You Scored as Anarcho-Primitivist
Anarcho-Primitivism questions not only the state and capitalism but all the institutions which make up 'civilisation' including technology. It is perhaps the most recent development within the anarchist movement and key thinkers include John Zerzan.
If you notice, I scored zero on Anarcho-Primitivist, then I became one in response to one answer on the tie breaker.
Surprisingly I agree with most of the Anarcho-Primitivist positions, it’s only on the solutions that I differ. Man is the technoprimate. Whether he likes it or not, that’s his game. So technology is the game. Unfortunately, it will probably destroy him. However, if he gets it right, it will take him to godhood. The problem is, he’s just a clever monkey, and not a god.
99.99 % for extinction, 0.01 % for godhood, it’s my incurable optimism.
I question technology, I don’t reject it, but I question it.
I even created a technological interstellar society without civilization for a novel, but nobody bought it. I don’t think it was the idea, I just can’t write.
Oh, why I scored zero on everything else? The questions were made for conventional Anarchists, I’m not a conventional Anarchist. Most of the questions didn't apply to me.
“Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler”, A. Einstein
“As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.” A. Einstein.