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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    What do y'all libertarians think of the Alt Right?
    Collectivist scum that embrace leftist economics and statism as necessary.
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    Collectivist scum that embrace leftist economics and statism as necessary.
    What do you think about their social beliefs?
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    (Original post by Gladstone1885)
    For you're sake I hope you're referring to the ongoing war on terror
    No, I mean WWII, post war might mean something different stateside, but it's very much WWII this side. It's also interesting to think I might already be able to declare the music of the future generally **** without it having even been conceived, let alone written yet

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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    What do you think about their social beliefs?
    I strongly disagree with state administered morality and the erosion of civil liberties in the name of counter terrorism, I do however respect their defence of freedom of speech and the free exchange of ideas.
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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    What do you think about their social beliefs?
    Are you interested in joining the MHoC in general, or the Libertarians, out of interest?
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    Are you interested in joining the MHoC in general, or the Libertarians, out of interest?
    I'm a Public Policy masters student so MHoC sounds interesting. Might give it a go.

    I agree 100% with all the social Libertarian beliefs but economically I'm more left leaning, though center-left not full blown communist.
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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    I'm a Public Policy masters student so MHoC sounds interesting. Might give it a go.

    I agree 100% with all the social Libertarian beliefs but economically I'm more left leaning, though center-left not full blown communist.
    I hate to be a poacher, but my party, the TSR Liberals may be a better fit for you. We'd socially liberal and we're centrist economically.

    Either way, I hope you do join a party and stick around. Welcome to the MHOC


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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    I'm a Public Policy masters student so MHoC sounds interesting. Might give it a go.

    I agree 100% with all the social Libertarian beliefs but economically I'm more left leaning, though center-left not full blown communist.
    Which party have you decided to join? , you could consider the tories
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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    I'm a Public Policy masters student so MHoC sounds interesting. Might give it a go.

    I agree 100% with all the social Libertarian beliefs but economically I'm more left leaning, though center-left not full blown communist.
    I have to agree with my good friend PetrosAC here, the liberals would be a perfect fit for you, we only accept free marketeers but it's always good to see more social liberals in the house.

    The Labour Party on here is currently in coalition with the effectively communist socialist party so I think they'd be less suitable for a moderate like yourself.
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    Which party have you decided to join? , you could consider the tories
    All TSR political party's going Jehovah's Witness on me :rofl:

    I appreciate it guys but I think I'll remain apolitical for now- aspiring Civil Servant so practicing neutrality for the greater public good.
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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    All TSR political party's going Jehovah's Witness on me :rofl:

    I appreciate it guys but I think I'll remain apolitical for now- aspiring Civil Servant so practicing neutrality for the greater public good.
    If you're left leaning, the Tories wouldn't be for you. I'll try and be non-partisan and say that any of the Liberals, Greens and perhaps Labour could work for you.

    Take your time though, there's no rush


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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    All TSR political party's going Jehovah's Witness on me :rofl:

    I appreciate it guys but I think I'll remain apolitical for now- aspiring Civil Servant so practicing neutrality for the greater public good.
    The liberals would be the best fit for you.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    If you're left leaning, the Tories wouldn't be for you. I'll try and be non-partisan and say that any of the Liberals, Greens and perhaps Labour could work for you.

    Take your time though, there's no rush


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    All TSR political party's going Jehovah's Witness on me :rofl:

    I appreciate it guys but I think I'll remain apolitical for now- aspiring Civil Servant so practicing neutrality for the greater public good.
    I would agree with Petros.
    I was joking.
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Do u prefer tories?
    Tories are better than Labour in terms of policy and ideology.
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    (Original post by Unown Uzer)
    Tories are better than Labour in terms of policy and ideology.
    Libertarians or tories?
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    Libertarians or tories?
    I'll have to see
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    I have to agree with my good friend PetrosAC here, the liberals would be a perfect fit for you, we only accept free marketeers but it's always good to see more social liberals in the house.

    The Labour Party on here is currently in coalition with the effectively communist socialist party so I think they'd be less suitable for a moderate like yourself.
    The Libs would be a better fit, rest of this is just lol

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    Your output has slowed considerably since I left, why should people maintain their confidence in your foundation post-Paddy? :holmes:

    Your main argument for being allowed to form despite <10 members was that your active members made up for any shortfall; do you still think this is the case? On what basis, within the last week?

    I still support your formation, but answers would be appreciated.
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Your output has slowed considerably since I left, why should people maintain their confidence in your foundation post-Paddy? :holmes:

    Your main argument for being allowed to form despite <10 members was that your active members made up for any shortfall; do you still think this is the case? On what basis, within the last week?

    I still support your formation, but answers would be appreciated.
    In the last week we have released both the workers' income guarantee bill and the representation of the people act (amendment) bill, I think two bills in a week is more than adequate, and is more than the conservatives are managing at the moment (ironic considering they are the ones saying we're too small to form.)

    More will come Paddy, we have a lot of legislation in the works on our subforum that just needs perfecting before we can release it.
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Your output has slowed considerably since I left, why should people maintain their confidence in your foundation post-Paddy? :holmes:

    Your main argument for being allowed to form despite <10 members was that your active members made up for any shortfall; do you still think this is the case? On what basis, within the last week?

    I still support your formation, but answers would be appreciated.
    It's perhaps also worth mentioning that we've had the elections for leader and deputy leader (which is still ongoing) to worry about in the meantime as well as starting to draft our manifesto and perfecting the party constitution, which has limited our time producing bills.
 
 
 
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