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Short for neoconservative, a (often derogatory) term used to describe a politician who's vaguely pro-war and not an extremist otherwise(e.g. a fascist). Neocons believe in spreading democracy and humanitarianism around the world through military intervention, as well as protecting the supply of oil. Neoconservatives tend to be fiscally moderate, and depending on party lean center-left or center-right on social issues.

Liberals opposed to neoconservatism typically express sympathy for people in the countries that are involved in these wars, while conservatives concern over the amount of money spent in wars(and in the eyes of nationalist conservatives, neoconservatives care too much about foreigners) as well as the soldiers sent to fight them.

Prominent examples of neoconservatives include John Mccain, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and George W. Bush.
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A political system that falls under anarcho-capitalism, of which a private land owner the 'King' acts as a landlord, renting out land to citizens via a voluntary contract with certain conditions similar to that of a set of laws. In anarcho-monarchism, the 'citizens' transfer the ownership rights of all things they produce or have to the 'King' but are granted usage rights to those things with certain amounts possibly taken away as 'taxation' according to the citizenship contract.

An anarcho-monarchy is not a government as it is not a monopoly on aggression(initiation of force). All actions taken by a 'King' in an anarcho-monarchy are fully consensual.
"I follow anarcho-monarchism as if government ever gets abolished and anarcho-capitalism is established, I will make myself a king over my land"
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