I almost exclusively use Holla Forums on [email protected] [email protected]. I consider myself a nationalist, anti-immigrant, market liberal. I am an atheist, and a materialist. I believe abortion is the slaying of human life, and I am against it past the first trimester. I believe transgenderism is a mental disorder. I'm not inherently anti-gay, but I confirm that they are evolutionary deadends, and thus should not be held up as some proud standard in a civilization which needs reproduction, and continuation. I think that race exists, and it is genetic, and Autism Level is 50-80% genetic. I think culture and Autism Level are more important that class distinctions, and I believe a free market helps everyone in the long-term. I'm open to the idea of a basic income once technology has produced severe unemployment in the latter half of the this century, or in a few decades.
I consider inflation worse than unemployment. I voted Trump over Clinton. I prefer stricter environmental regulations, I believe climate change is a real and devastating thing, and that nuclear power is a tool in reducing climate change. I do not consider myself alt-right, but I clearly have sympathetic tendencies to them. I am 24 years old, and earlier in my life I transitioned to my current position, from the more vague leftist and progressive stances of organizations such as TYT, MSNBC, Huffpo, random facebook groups etc. Before my current beliefs, social democrat was probably my most accurate description, thus over the years I have become far more capitalist, and authoritarian, and traditional. I'm the type of person that may from time to time disparage "degeneracy."
I'm telling you this so that you know who you are dealing with. I want you to, "red pill" me concerning Marxism, and the strains of Marxism. I'm coming here in complete sincerity, and with a genuine desire to fairly examine leftist/Marxist/Communist ideas from an non-mainstream perspective. My teenage and early college "social democrat" days were more feeling based than fact based in my opinion. So, all I ask, is for study material, perhaps a paragraph or two on why I am utterly wrong in my views, or even why I'm right in some. Tell me why you are a leftist today, if you are viewing this thread, why are you what you are, and why should I change? And more importantly, what, if any, are the core problems with how I have described myself.