35.5%. A large part of these is coming from the ‘Corporatism’ sector (because I’m not in favor of economic deregulations, privatizations and all that, certainly not in key industries incl. energy, infrastructure and transportation).
Also I noticed a rather high degree (60%) in the ‘Denunciation of Enemies’ sector, and 40% in ‘Control of the Media’. I guess it was due to these questions:
>> Many of our country’s ills are the result of certain groups of people who plot against the nation’s well-being behind our backs.
A cartel of tycoons and their affiliate politicians seeking for their own enrichment at the expense of the others would also qualify, I think.
>> There are certain people within our nation whose viewpoints are so odious that ordinary citizens are justified in using force against them.
Well I guess if a neo-Nazi violently attacks a passing-by person of an ethnicity they hate, the other people around can interfere and fend off the assailant, can't they? Same goes for rapists that hide behind the lines of 'she shouldn't have dressed/behaved so provocatively if she didn't want to be assaulted'.
>> There are certain viewpoints and opinions that are too dangerous to be allowed to be aired in public.
>> Some views need to be shut down by any means necessary.
Ahem, do Nazism, racial supremacism or extreme religious positions (like ISIS or Christofrums) count?