Are you a Nazi? - take the test

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There are two components which make up a Nazi - evil and fascism.

Thus there are two tests:


The first one will check if you are EVILLLLL!!!:

http://personality-testing.info/tests/SD3.php

For this one I got:

Narcissism (excessive self-love): 1%
Machiavellianism (a manipulative attitude): 7%
Psychopathy (lack of empathy): 2%

Meaning I'm a pretty nice guy .


The second one will check if you're a fascist, (i.e. Agree with right wing authoritarianism)

http://personality-testing.info/tests/RWAS/

Which I got, 15.91%, meaning that I'm anti-authoritarian.

If you get high in both, you're probably a Nazi (which hopefully should be no-one ).
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Nice cultural Marxist test there. By "fascist" they really are just talking about the sane and normal beliefs that have the norm throughout the history of civilisation which are important for a society to function and survive in the long term as compared to their leftist evil nonsense that is currently clearing wrecking havoc in the West.

I got 70.45% so I guess Adorno would consider me a horrible fascist who needs to be re-educated into thinking that communism is a great idea.
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Narcissism: 4%
Machiavellianism: 15%
Psycopathy: 4%

17% for the authoritarian test, so anti-authoritarian.

These quizzes always confuse me a little in how exactly they total up the answers though. I loved the short quiz after about which painting you preferred though!
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I would very much disagree that Nazism or fascism was "right-wing" authoritarianism. Right wingers favour freer markets, less government spending and privatisation over nationalism; the exact opposite of Nazi Germany. It has more in common with left wing ideas. The only thing remotely linking fascism to right wing ideology is the strong social conservatism that was found in fascist states, and even social conservatism is not restricted to the right. Many on the Christian left are socially conservative for example.

To say that Nazism was a far right ideology is unfair, considering radical elements of both ideologies define it.

EDIT: I was 7% authoritarian which is unsurprising since I'm a right-Libertarian
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I got:

TraitScorePercentileNarcissism1.9 17Narcissism is an egotistical preoccupation with self. [more]Machiavellianism2.2 26Machiavellianism is a tendency to be manipulative and deceitful. [more]Psychopathy0.8 2Psychopathy reflects shallow emotional responses. [more]
and 51.7%
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(Original post by Jonny360)
I would very much disagree that Nazism or fascism was "right-wing" authoritarianism. Right wingers favour freer markets, less government spending and privatisation over nationalism; the exact opposite of Nazi Germany. It has more in common with left wing ideas. The only thing remotely linking fascism to right wing ideology is the strong social conservatism that was found in fascist states, and even social conservatism is not restricted to the right. Many on the Christian left are socially conservative for example.

To say that Nazism was a far right ideology is unfair, considering radical elements of both ideologies define it.

EDIT: I was 7% authoritarian which is unsurprising since I'm a right-Libertarian
The very definition of Nazism is extreme right wing which is quite different compared to the policies of more normal right wingers like the conservatives.

Whereas extreme left wing is Communism which in a nutshell is all about wealth equality, which is the total opposite of Nazism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far-right_politics

"Some far-right movements, such as the Nazis, have pursued oppression and genocide against groups of people on the basis of their alleged inferiority or their alleged threat to the nation or state."

"Far-right politics commonly include authoritarianism, anti-communism, and nativism."

Even read the blurb before the test:

Following World War II there was a significant amount of interest in what was termed the "authoritarian personality". Psychologists wanted to understand the psychologies of fascist regimes and their followers.
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The very definition of Nazism is extreme right wing which is quite different compared to the policies of more normal right wingers like the conservatives.

Whereas extreme left wing is Communism which in a nutshell is all about wealth equality, which is the total opposite of Nazism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far-right_politics

"Some far-right movements, such as the Nazis, have pursued oppression and genocide against groups of people on the basis of their alleged inferiority or their alleged threat to the nation or state."

"Far-right politics commonly include authoritarianism, anti-communism, and nativism."
Nazism is the ideology followed by the Nazi Party, that's the definition. Not just "Nazism is extreme right wing". Extreme right wing would be complete free market capitalism with all property, industry and means of production in the hands of private individuals (that is the true opposite of communism).

Communism is about common ownership, an extreme form of socialism (which is just the common ownership of the means of production). The Nazis held common ownership of the means of production; they were socialist, hence it is untrue to call them "right wing". Fascism/Nazism is extreme AUTHORITARIANISM that combines both left and right wing.
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I don't need to take a test to know I'm not a Nazi.
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Wow
TraitScorePercentileNarcissism 0.9 3 Narcissism is an egotistical preoccupation with self. [more] Because of all their experience with maintaining their self image, people who score high for narcissism will often appear charming but their narcissism will later lead to extreme difficulty in developing close relationships. [less] Machiavellianism 2.8 51 Machiavellianism is a tendency to be manipulative and deceitful. [more] It usually stems from a lack of respect or disillusionment for others. [less] Psychopathy 2.3 30
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I got 40%, 80% and 48% respectively. I agree with the results, although maybe a little less narcissism?
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Narcissism 0%
Machiavellanism 20%
Physcopathy 0%

Authoratarianism 5.64%
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(Original post by Jonny360)
Nazism is the ideology followed by the Nazi Party, that's the definition. Not just "Nazism is extreme right wing". Extreme right wing would be complete free market capitalism with all property, industry and means of production in the hands of private individuals (that is the true opposite of communism).

Communism is about common ownership, an extreme form of socialism (which is just the common ownership of the means of production). The Nazis held common ownership of the means of production; they were socialist, hence it is untrue to call them "right wing". Fascism/Nazism is extreme AUTHORITARIANISM that combines both left and right wing.
Okay tbh I've very little knowledge about politics and I'm sure you probably know a lot more than me, but going by this wiki page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far-right_politics and other sources, Nazism is/was clearly far right.

Perhaps far left and right wing have evolved to mean something different nowadays, but back then the very definition of fascism was far right.
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Narcissism3.4 84Narcissism is an egotistical preoccupation with self. [more]Machiavellianism3 62Machiavellianism is a tendency to be manipulative and deceitful. [more]Psychopathy3.1 68Psychopathy reflects shallow emotional responses. [more]
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Narcissism: 20%
Machiavellianism: 35%
Psycopathy: 9%

Hmmmm quite machiavelic I must say
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Narc = 1
Machi =3.8
psycho = 2.2
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Okay tbh I've very little knowledge about politics and I'm sure you probably know a lot more than me, but going by this wiki page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far-right_politics and other sources, Nazism is/was clearly far right.

Perhaps far left and right wing have evolved to mean something different nowadays, but back then the very definition of fascism was far right.
Well yes, seeing as the terms "left-wing" and "right-wing" were born during the French Revolution it can be difficult to place ideologies on such an old and basic scale. On their own, the terms left and right are quite meaningless. You have to take libertarianism vs authoritarian into account too. I'm right wing, but have many things in common with social liberals (who are often left wing) and can be at odds with fellow centre-right Conservatives.

The Nazis nationalised so much of the German society (first country to have nationalised health care system for example, and the building of the autobahns) and were, by definition, socialists. So to describe them as right wing is false. They were certainly very socially conservative (or authoritarian), but social conservatism is not synonymous with right wing. I am right wing and not at all socially conservative, I'm very much libertarian.
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39,2% far right. Well...
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2.7 46%
2.6 40%
2.2 26%
Cba for second test, got a feeling ill score quite high.
I would consider myself an outwardly nice person, but years of helping EVERYONE at school has made me hate those who cant help themselves.
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(Original post by Jonny360)
I would very much disagree that Nazism or fascism was "right-wing" authoritarianism. Right wingers favour freer markets, less government spending and privatisation over nationalism; the exact opposite of Nazi Germany. It has more in common with left wing ideas. The only thing remotely linking fascism to right wing ideology is the strong social conservatism that was found in fascist states, and even social conservatism is not restricted to the right. Many on the Christian left are socially conservative for example.

To say that Nazism was a far right ideology is unfair, considering radical elements of both ideologies define it.

EDIT: I was 7% authoritarian which is unsurprising since I'm a right-Libertarian
They were the national SOCIALIST party confusing right?
My dad says there should be a y axis on the political spectrum...
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Narcissism 3%
Machiavellianism 46%
Psychopathy 4%

Right-wing authoritarianism 5.36%. So all in all I'm not a Nazi. Which is good to know, I guess....?
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