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Political Definitions

2021-11-17 02:05:05.028752+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

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For the non US folks out there, here's an update on US political terms to help you sort it out what people mean:

Patriot = Nationalist
Republican = Fascist
Democrat = Conservative
Liberal = Authoritarian Centrist
Socialist = Centrist
Communist = Moderate Progressive Left

To which I'd add: Libertarian = Monarchist.

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#Comment Re: Political Definitions made: 2021-11-18 15:22:15.99346+01 by: ebradway

I wish you'd add a "Lyke" button to Flutterby!

#Comment Re: Political Definitions made: 2021-11-19 00:13:21.959951+01 by: Dan Lyke

Thought about it, but I'm still pondering how much the heart button on Twitter, or the reacts on Facebook, guide the culture there...

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