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    Enso Jin Thought is the ideology of Internet political theorist Enso Jin. It is a Left Wing, Syndicalist, and Libertarian ideology. After Enso was heavily influenced by generally socialist ideas, he moved firmly to the left, and began to align more to a Libertarian Socialist ideology as compared to the syncretic nature of SyncBert.

    Enso's Beliefs

    Enso Jin is a Socialist, and believes Syndicalism is the best way to get it. Often, Enso just calls himself a libertarian socialist or a syndicalist.

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    Family's beliefs

    (Christfem.png/Confem.png/Prager.png) Mother

    (Calvin.png/Antitrump.png/Reagan.png) Father

    (Gamer.png/Radcent.png/Altcentr.png) Brother

    (ChiangKaiShek.png/PanGreenTW.png/Authcon.png) Pateral Grandmother

    On various issues

    Reform or Revolution

    Revolution is probably going to be the answer. Reform is nice too though, and should be done when possible. The one thing that really bothers me sometimes is when a leftist basically says they want to revolt for every little thing, when some of those can be covered by reformist liberals, without needing to fight anyone physically. But in the end, the neoliberal Status Quo won't give what the people need fast enough/ without the right wing resistance. So reform is a means to a revolution. If done absolutely perfect, like a perfect game of Jenga, no blood will be shed. But again, how often do you get a perfect game of Jenga?

    On the Taiwan Strait Crisis

    This is complex because I am indeed Han Chinese. My ancestors are Fujianese. But I'm also a East Asian Studies major, and also my specialty is the Chinese Civil War and the after-effects. So the issue of Taiwan is one of my focuses.

    In general, I believe Chiang Kai Shek was a bad guy. He was a opportunist who jacked Sun Yat Sen's KMT and built it into his personal little army toy. Then his anti communism bullshit was betrayal of the Communists in the middle of the First United Front (which is of course, something you should avoid, or if you don't want to avoid it, don't do the alliance). Also his actions on Taiwan after losing the Civil War? Sore loser activity.

    Now take a look at modern Taiwan. It had a liberalization into a liberal democracy in the 90s after the death of Chiang Kai Shek and Chiang Ching Kuo. I may not like liberals all that much, but I do think Taiwan made a jump when it became what it is now. The Kuomintang are a declawed cat; they are Center-Right, and are also pro reunification now because they just want the conflict to end. Their voter base is the older generation of Taiwanese people who still think of themselves as Chinese in some way. Then of course there's the Democratic Progressives, who are the Center-Left, but ironically are the ones who are more opposed to China, being Pro Independence and all. The DPP seems very devoted to the people, and the youth in Taiwan, like the youth worldwide, tend to be more progressive anyways, so many of the Taiwanese youths are DPP supporters. Also if 2 parties isn't democratic (It isn't), there are more parties than these two that run at the local level but other parties tend to fall in line behind these two in coalitions for the presidency.

    Why do I say all this? It's to say that Taiwan is honestly no longer a threat; they're just every other left leaning libdem country now, like Sweden or Germany, and that they, like every other nation, should have the right to self determination. Most Taiwanese aren't dogmatic like the Chiang days about taking back the mainland under a right wing dictatorship. They just wanna live their fucking lives and be gay if they want. They don't care. What they do care about is China constantly threatening them. The threat of having their liberal free speech taken from them if they get invaded. The threat of having all their liberalism taken from them. That's what the average Taiwanese person is worried about with China. The Taiwanese may have the same root as the Chinese in Sinitic culture, but the Taiwanese cultural seed flew a bit of a way from its tree. Its the same plant type, sure, but its a different plant now.

    Now from the Mainland Chinese side, I can tell from my research that the Chinese leaders don't care about taking Taiwan anymore. They really don't care. It's not even in their top 10 list of things to do right now. They still threat this stuff to scare the US, after all the US still has to defend Taiwan because of the Treaty, so anytime China wants to Distract the US, all that President Xi needs to do is threaten Taiwan enough to make America send some weapons or planes or something over, Voilà. You made the US waste money. (WIP)

    Liberalsoc.pngLiberal Socialism?

    I view liberal socialism as Historiography, where the best way to carry the freedom that classical Liberalism promised is through socialist means. Marx himself cited classic liberal ideas as the foundation of why he developed Marxism, so it only makes sense that liberalism should be evolved into socialism. This is similar to what Chomsky said about Libertarian Socialism being the logical end of Classical Liberalism's principles. Anyways I don't like Vaush all that much so consider me not a liberal socialist even if I agree with one of it's many definitions.



    • GeoSynd.png GeoSyndicalism: If I was to say exactly what I am, it would be a Geosyndicalist.
    • Libsoc.png Libertarian Socialism: Socialism and Freedom. 👍
    • Libms.png Libertarian Market Socialism: Yes this. (But fuck you Vaush, you populist scum)
    • SyndieSam.png Syndicalism: I like you. Strikes are great, and socialism could easily come through this.
    • AnSynd.png Anarcho Syndicalism:You and Ancoms are great!
    • Ancom.png Anarcho-Communism: Met several of these and they are all wonderful people.
    • Prgess.png Progressivism: Progress good.
    • Thar.pngAnti-Authoritarianism: A good idea, however its been appropriated by Liberals.
    • Mutalist.png Mutualism: Overall great ideas (Fuck you Proudhon)
    • Anpacf.png Anarcho Pacifism : You guys are the passive part of the revolution, and you can still help in other aid roles. Same for Libertarian Pacifism.png Left Libertarian Pacifists.
    • 2ball.png 2ball: My profile picture.
    • 1ball.png 1ball: Also technically me according to polandball fans.
    • Libpos.png Libertarian Possibilism: Highly unlikely that reform will come lead to the end of capitalism but it does sound possible and I'll always leave that chance open. It would be better that the revolution be a bloodless thing, you know?
    • Lpop.png Left Wing Populism: Yep, 99% and stuff. Also I'm a dirtbag lefty so why not.
    • Green Party (US).png American Greenism: The best party in the US as of right now.


    • Lib.png Liberalism: A good start, and good for the apolitical, however, to be interested in politics is to understand it, and pure liberalism isn't enough to work. I do go fairly light on you guys though, liberals have their uses.
    • Soclib.png Social Liberalism: Ah yes, the ideology of "I support these things, but I won't defend them with any policy without the conservatives saying yes too." You know they won't say yes. They stand in the way.
    • Bhl.png Bleeding Heart Libertarianism: Well you get a W on the Cultural stuff but the Capitalism is a bit more yikes. Then again this was me before SyncBert, so again, I would like to help Bleeding Hearts understand leftism better.
    • Succdem.png Social Democracy: Man, the Marx Leninists are kind of right about you. Half of you are almost Demsocs and the other is Soclibs LARPing. Stinks to see that.
    • ML.png Marxism-Leninism: Yes you may have had successful revolutions, but where's the "I give up my power to the people" part? Do that and I might trust you more. Some of you are alright though. Just like to see usage if the brain, and don't fall for everything just because its anti-American. Not everything Anti-US is good.


    • Fash.png Fascism: Everyone knows, you suck. Piss off fashy, unless you want to catch a hand with your skull.
    • Trad.pngTraditionalism: Tradition is dead. The world will move on. We must appreciate the past without glorifying it.
    • Conserv.png Conservatism: Conserve what? Idiocracy?
    • Libertarian.pngLibertarian Capitalism: Used to be cool, now you're just lying to yourself.
    • Mao.pngMaoism: Ok I'm not a fan of you, especially post revolution. During the revolution Mao was pretty good, but after the 60s....yikes. Plus most of your modern supporters are way too serious about defending Mao to do left wing stuff. Deng said 70% good and 30% bad. Honestly its more of a 40% good, 60% bad.
    • Ancrap.png Anarcho Capitalism: I used to be a Right Wing Libertarian and definitely was more interested in what ancaps were back then. Then I met some and realized that more often than not, an ancap would be culturally right rather than left, meaning most of these dudes were just conservatives who pretend to hate the government but only when its left wing. They suck the leader's dick if he's right wing. In short, Too many Hoppeans, I like Bleeding Heart Berts better.
    • Dengf.png/CronCapMask.png Dengism: Oh boy, did those "market reforms" fail. Socialism with Chinese Characteristics has become just a Capitalism variant. Love watching Dengoids jump through hoops to try and defend that its socialism. Honestly, 開左燈,向右轉 is a wonderful way to put it. Only time I'll defend modern China is genuine misinformation. Outside of that I have no alliance with you.
    • Moder.png Moderatism: No way you get into politics and decide that both are somehow wrong. Moderates are goofy grifters. At least the Griller.png Apoliticals stay out of it.
    • Juche.png Juche:Juche is about as much communist as I am a white person. Which is to say, under Juche it isn't really all that communist anymore, but people will call it whatever. I will still combat misinformation, but you, like Dengism, have no alliance with me.

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