>>2122>because i don't>because i do
I said not to ask anon : ^ (
And no. Triggered a few snowfalkes at a theater last month though.>>2125
I see myself as a Reactionary Constitutionalist. I can only imagine the United States working smoothly again if we follow the intentions and designs of our founding fathers. Thats to say I really like the idea of repealing the seventeenth amendment and revoking universal suffrage and returning the right to vote exclusively to land owning white males. This would exclude me from voting but I've come to understand more and more why the founders didn't specifically kill the revolution on the hill of egalitarianism despite the ideal that 'We believe all men to be equal'.
I used to be libertarian and being from a lightly conservative household gives me the disposition to nearly automatically dislike strong centralized governments. Although recently I've come to be able to entertain fascist arguments and even some of the points from the monarchists are fairly compelling to me as well. I'm unsure if I'm comfortable with white nationalism (not to be confused with white supremacy) but I'm certainly race aware.
In respect to news even Fox, in my opinion, is controlled opposition. It swings more to the right than the other main networks but I still don't trust it. I like to get my news by reading articles about the same subject form CNN, Fox, RT, BBC and then compare that to Twitter and see where any dependencies lie. And the media is so jewy in my country. It really sucks. Is it as bad in France as it is here?
I'm a 'polite' American. No need to brag that we've got one of the least restrictive gun policies in the world. Wish we were Switzerland though…