Quartzism, also known as Individualist-Voluntarism, is a progressive libertarian ideology that wishes to re-establish the status-quo of Voluntarism and to remove its prominent association with Anarcho-Capitalism. True Voluntarism should have more of a focus on each individual rather than economics and in a truly free society, a universal economic system cannot exist. Quartzism is neither left nor right on the economic axis, instead allowing the individual to voluntarily organise their own forms of trade and allow economic independence and interaction with other individuals be without the intervention of others.
While against a universal economic system, Quartzism often embraces both extremes being comparable to the wacky ideology that would represent Anarcho-Capitalist Communism
Personality and Behaviour
Quartzism is a very friendly character becoming very passionate in individuality and voluntary action, having a very optimistic view on Markets while staying sceptical to Capitalism. Her greatest desire is to establish LibUnity where a free market can exist with Mutualists and Anarcho-Capitalists with more left leaning polcompballs being able to reside in their own sufficient communes and communities that can co-exist together. Quartzism is often found helping and discussing with other libertarians and anarchists as she attempts to subtlety encouraging her own values into them.
Hates being mistaken as an anarcho-capitalist for identifying as a Voluntarist.
Also avoids using the term 'Anarchist' when identifying herself due to the internal conflicts of the ideology and she believes Voluntarism is a better alternative to describe her core beliefs.
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- Autarcho-Monarchism - Romantic crush uwu
- Market Socialism - Socially run businesses in a competitive market is ideal
- Mutualism - An admirable market-anarchist although a traditional currency would work much better than "Labour Notes"
- Anarcho-Capitalist Communism - Why pick one side when you can have both? The cooler more extreme version of Mutualism
- Anarcho-Nihilism - Life has no true meaning, each individual must create their own purpose
- Agorism - Has an admirable philosophy of peaceful revolution against the state
- Georgism - If there has to be a tax, a land tax would be the best way to fight the monopolisation of land ownership
- Minarchism - The best state is a minarchist state
- Anarcho-Capitalism - Skeptical on the private ownership of capital and whether Capitalism can be completely Voluntary but otherwise I share your passion for a free market economy
- Anarcho-Communism - While you claim to provide maximum individual freedom your system doesn't work for everyone due to its collectivised nature and you can't force everyone to be like you in an anarcho-communist society. Even so, if you're willing to make compromises you could be a great friend who shares a common goal of individual freedom
- Democracy - Uneducated complete democracy just leads to rule of the majority, good for Voluntary associations in businesses but honestly I'd rather live under the rule of a Monarch then have my individual freedoms be decided by the collective of society
- Marxism - Collectivism is the biggest threat to individual freedom.
- Fascism - Collectivism is the biggest threat to individual freedom.
- Conservatism - Collectivism is the biggest threat to individual freedom.
- National Socialism - Collectivism is the biggest threat to individual freedom.
- Hive-Mind Collectivism - Literally the god of dystopian societies