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    I figured that an eye catching title would do well, perhaps it will.

    I was James Milibanter, back in the day.

    To go back to the start:

    Name: James Milibanter
    Preferred party(s): Labour
    Social stance: Anarcho-Syndicalist
    Economic stance: Socialist
    Anything else: The many ideals of those on the left wing of society are under represented (if they are represented at all) and it is only tactical to support Labour as they as left wing as it gets in mainstream politics.

    Political compass score : Economic Left/Right: -8.13 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -8.72
    As an openly anarcho-syndicalist student I then left school and got an apprenticeship, before I knew it I was no longer an anarcho-syndicalist and was then a social democrat:



    Cemented as a social democrat and a Labourite I was working my way up the party and had a great run as energy secretary, making a number of statements in an attempt to make the greenest government ever. Then, after Jarred had fallen victim to the chancellor's curse I was given the duty of replacing him, so I spent some considerable amount of time working on a budget. It was difficult, after all, I'm not an economist and had to create a document that could satisfy members on the right as well as the left, and I think I gave it a good shot. However, upon getting a new job, and changing circumstances, my views had begun to change, and before I knew it, I'd not get the same thrill from listening to Corbyn's speeches as I once did. Listening to David Cameron gave me a sense of nostalgia from back when he was in opposition, he was a voice of reason and his one nation rhetoric really resonated with me. I became conservative:


    So I had to go. On top of my change in ideology, there was also the fact that I had a job that needed doing, my career in labour was coming to an end. With talk of an impeding VoNC, the chancellor who wrote the budget defecting wouldn't have been the best thing for the government. I made a judgement call, the correct one as far as I'm concerned, I resigned from all my positions and created a new account, played the fool a bit so not to arouse suspicions and attempted a fresh start with a new (old) set of beliefs and the freedom of a fresh start. It was enjoyable while it lasted. I will be continuing on this account though, I've grown accustomed to it.

    Yours sincerely,

    James
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    Meh.
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    (Original post by Airmed)
    Meh.
    If only that were the reaction of all members. Then there wouldn't be this farce
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    What are your pronouns?
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    I don't approve being deceived but what the hell is "anarcho-syndicalist?"
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    (Original post by Gryffindorian)
    I don't approve being deceived but what the hell is "anarcho-syndicalist?"
    I take it you haven't seen the Holy Grail, we stack mud for a living
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    Fair enough.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    What are your pronouns?
    That's an issue that I've had for a while, read the budget.
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    I dont get it.
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    (Original post by Gryffindorian)
    I don't approve being deceived but what the hell is "anarcho-syndicalist?"
    It's what one becomes when he's too susceptible to brainwashing as a first year university student. Conservative is when one gets a decent job.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    It's what one becomes when he's too susceptible to brainwashing as a first year university student. Conservative is when one gets a decent job.
    Case in point.
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    I clicked this because I was in Latest Discussions but now I wonder what I got myself into lol
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    Reading up on it now and it sounds extreme.
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    (Original post by Gryffindorian)
    I clicked this because I was in Latest Discussions but now I wonder what I got myself into lol
    It's the MHoC, it's alright. Addictive as hell though, we have some saddos here who put off real life events to do stuff in this place.
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    At any rate lets take the opportunity to celebrate and welcome to right yet another convert after Birchington and MrDystopia. I smell the scent of a budding right winger on Miser and Ray too so in years to come lets hope they make the move.

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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    It's the MHoC, it's alright. Addictive as hell though, we have some saddos here who put off real life events to do stuff in this place.
    Really?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Really?
    Nigel Farage MEP
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    Or JD...
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    Or JD...
    What are they like, eh?
 
 
 
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