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About me

Nationallity: Spanish

Politiscales: http://www.politiscales.net/en_US/results/?m1=98&c0=12&c1=71&b1=64&b0=26&t0=14&t1=69&j1=76&j0=10&p0=10&p1=86&e1=81&e0=12&s0=43&s1=31&reli=67&mona=67

Political compass: Economic 7.25, social -0.34

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Ideology: Classic liberal, patriot and sympathizer of the Austrian School of Economics
Pro: Classic liberalism, patriotism, Austrian School of Economics, EU, NATO, atlantism
Leaning pro: Libertarianism, liberal conservatism
Leaning against: Social liberalism, anarchocapitalism
Against: Communism, socialism, SJW movement, third-wave feminism, populism, ANTIFA, fascism, environmentalism, Catalan separatism, green politics, social democracy

My views on...

I do not support an independence referendum as it is essentially anti-constitutional and because the Catalan separatist movement lacks any logical reason for their intentions other than racist, xenophobic and populistic prejudices. It is also worth noting that the "referendum" Catalan officials organized on October 1 2017 was nothing but a fake done to pursue international attention by giving a greatly distorted image of the Spanish government abroad (as that of an "opressive government"). This voting was virtually only compeled by advocates of Catalan separatism (the reason why they managed to win with a whopping 90% of the vote while separatism fails to get more than 40% of the popular vote at regional elections), lacked an organized census which made it possible for some people to vote several times at different polling stations (one person was even capable to vote with the pseudonym "Michael Jackson" from Sevilla) and, worse of all, was conducted entirely with public funds and in government infrastructure, which had been largely vandalized in the process, despite the leaders of this "referendum" knew that it was going to be completely futile and referred to it as "symbollic" in several occasions.

Public education should be organized through a school voucher system, guaranteeing its universality while also allowing competitivity and freedom to take place.

Globalization offers a great amount of opportunities for humanity, principally in terms of peace and free trade. However, we should make sure that such internationalization does not interfere in the sovereignty of independent nations.

Who would I support?

- 1977 - Adolfo Suárez (Union of the Democratic Centre)
- 1979 - Adolfo Suárez (Union of the Democratic Centre)
- 1982 - Manuel Fraga (People's Alliance)
- 1986 - Manuel Fraga (People's Alliance)
- 1989 - José María Aznar (People's Party)
- 1993 - José María Aznar (People's Party)
- 1996 - José María Aznar (People's Party)
- 2000 - José María Aznar (People's Party)
- 2004 - Mariano Rajoy (People's Party)
- 2008 - Mariano Rajoy (People's Party)
- 2011 - Mariano Rajoy (People's Party)
- 2015 - Mariano Rajoy (People's Party)
- 2016 - Mariano Rajoy (People's Party)

- 1796 - Thomas Jefferson (Democrat-Republican)
- 1800 - Thomas Jefferson (Democrat-Republican)
- 1804 - Thomas Jefferson (Democrat-Republican)
- 1808 - James Madison (Democrat-Republican)
- 1812 - James Madison (Democrat-Republican)
- 1816 - James Monroe (Democrat-Republican)
- 1820 - James Monroe (Democrat-Republican)
- 1824 - John Quincy Adams (Democrat-Republican)
- 1828 - John Quincy Adams (National Republican)
- 1832 - Andrew Jackson (Democrat)
- 1836 - Martin Van Buren (Democrat)
- 1840 - Martin Van Buren (Democrat)
- 1844 - Henry Clay (Whig)
- 1848 - Martin Van Buren (Free Soil)
- 1852 - Winfield Scott (Whig)
- 1856 - John C. Frémont (Republican)
- 1860 - Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
- 1864 - Abraham Lincoln (National Union)
- 1868 - Ulysses S. Grant (Republican)
- 1872 - Ulysses S. Grant (Republican)
- 1876 - Rutherford B. Hayes (Republican)
- 1880 - James A. Garfield (Republican)
- 1884 - Grover Cleveland (Democrat)
- 1888 - Grover Cleveland (Democrat)
- 1892 - Grover Cleveland (Democrat)
- 1896 - William McKinley (Republican)
- 1900 - William McKinley (Republican)
- 1904 - Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
- 1908 - William Howard Taft (Republican)
- 1912 - Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)
- 1916 - Charles Evan Hughes (Republican)
- 1920 - Warren G. Harding (Republican)
- 1924 - Calvin Coolidge (Republican)
- 1928 - Herbert Hoover (Republican)
- 1932 - Herbert Hoover (Republican)
- 1936 - Alf Landon (Republican)
- 1940 - Thomas E. Dewey (Republican)
- 1944 - Thomas E. Dewey (Republican)
- 1948 - Harry S. Truman (Democrat)
- 1952 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
- 1956 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
- 1960 - Richard Nixon (Republican)
- 1964 - Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (Republican)
- 1968 - Ronald Reagan (Republican)
- 1972 - Richard Nixon (Republican)
- 1976 - Gerald Ford (Republican)
- 1980 - Ronald Reagan (Republican)
- 1984 - Ronald Reagan (Republican)
- 1988 - George H.W. Bush (Republican)
- 1992 - George H.W. Bush (Republican)
- 1996 - Steve Forbes (Republican)
- 2000 - John McCain (Republican)
- 2004 - George W. Bush (Republican)
- 2008 - Rudy Giuliani (Republican)
- 2012 - Ron Paul (Republican)
- 2016 - Marco Rubio (Republican)

- 2010 - David Cameron (Conservative)
- 2015 - David Cameron (Conservative)
- 2017 - Theresa May (Conservative)

- 2017 - François Fillon (The Republicans)

- 2016 - María Corina Machado (Vente Venezuela)

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