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FirstStooge

Constable
  • I live in Indonesia
  • I was born on August 22
  • My occupation is Local Secretary of the Japanese Nationalist Party
  • I am Male

Chief Anthemologist
FirstStooge

Tsptf
I'm a TSPTF member now :D
"Why, you numbskull...!"

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"All Pain, No Brain"

My IQ
L128
Personal information
Nationality Flag of Indonesia Indonesian
Ethnicity Banjar Sultanate Flag Banjarese
Flag of Dayak Besar Dayak (perhaps)
Residence South Kalimantan flagSouth Kalimantan
Date of Birth August 22, 1995 (1995-08-22) (age 24)
Gender Male
Religion Islamic pantheism
Language
Personal motto Je suis condamné à être libre
FirstStooge's political compass
Political views Social Democracy
Political parties Red star Socialist Party of Indonesia
Anthem Nella Fantasia
If I Ruled the World
Philosophy of religion
Interests
Alternative history
  • Anthemology
  • World War I & II
  • Korea (all periods)
  • Japan (all periods)
  • Religion
  • Ancient East Asian languages
  • Ancient Southeast Asian languages
Non-Althist
  • Comedy
  • Pyschology
  • K-Pop
  • Anything about Korea
  • Politics

I'm only an ordinary Indonesian who loves alternate history on one side and K-pop on another. Simply being like that. I'm a Liberal Socialist whose supports the ideals of Keynesian economics and social liberalism. I am a cultural Muslim, but mostly secular. My views on Supreme Being is closer with Spinoza's concept of God and Laozi's teaching of Tao

I was a non-Marxist Socialist and a revolutionary Nationalist during my early youth. I admired some authoritarian figures, such as Soekarno, Lenin, and even Mussolini. However, I gradually transformed to become more liberal and open-minded. Sutan Sjahrir is now my political hero so far.


Favorite words

  • A national revolution is only the result of a democratic revolution, and nationalism should be second to democracy. The State of Indonesia is only a name we give to the essence we intend and aim for.
    ----- Sutan Sjahrir, Our Struggle (1945)
  • Our strength must exist in cultivating feelings of justice and humanity. Only a nationalism that is founded in these feelings will take us further in world history.
    ----- Sutan Sjahrir, Our Struggle (1945)
  • Philosophies change and theories of politics and economics are only a snap, but a nation's success is everlasting.
    ----- Kim Gu, Journal of Baekbeom (1947)
  • (Regarding Korean culture wave)
    I want our nation to be the most beautiful in the world. By this I do not mean the most powerful nation. Because I have felt the pain of being invaded by another nation, I do not want my nation to invade others. [...] The only thing that I desire in infinite quantity is the power of a noble culture. This is because the power of culture both makes ourselves happy and gives happiness to others.
    ----- Kim Gu, Journal of Baekbeom (1947)
  • No prosperity and no glory can save a nation that is rotten at heart.
    ----- Theodore Roosevelt, Address at the Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul (2 September 1901)
  • Superstition must go.
    ----- Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, as quoted in Turkey Today (1928) by Grace Ellison
  • We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other happiness, not by each other's misery. We don't want to hate and despise one another.
    ----- Charlie Chaplin, an excerpt of the famous "Barber Speech" from The Great Dictator (1940)
  • Nothing is more precious than Independence and Liberty.
    ----- Ho Chi Minh, as quoted in Ho Chi Minh and His Vietnam: A Personal Memoir (1972) by Jean Sainteny
  • As you can see I don't have a supporter who speaks well nor some tall nor someone slim. I only have the (Infinite Challenge) members with me who are very lacking and ordinary at the best. But the absolute majority of our society is an average person. Give me an average person to change the world, not someone elite who can talk well.
    ----- Jeong Hyeong-don, as quoted from the 379th episode of Infinite Challenge (17 May 2014)
  • The tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao. The name that can be named is not the eternal Name.
    ----- Tao Te Ching 1:1-2
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