In the "Economic" Right-Left (or South-North) Axis, I'm Centrist. People may freely choose to participate in "Leftist" collective economies (like kibutsim) for safety in numbers, or in "Rightist" individualist economies (like free markets) for competative self-interest. The best economy allows both systems to coexist. The "Political" Right-Left (or East-West) Axis is more important to me. Here what I call "Rightist" means the INDIVIDUAL has the ultimate authority (like Human Rights). (But some call this kind of individualism "Leftist".) What I call "Leftist" means the COLLECTIVE has the ultimate authority (like in Fascist dictatorships). Democracy is a Centrist compromise between the two, where each individual has an equal vote to determine what the collective decision may be. In this Political pole, I am strongly "Rightist" (or what some might call "Leftist"). Each individual has the inviolable right to decide what they will do with their own life. Period. "Enlightened Anarchy".
Labor court orders Jerusalem light rail operators to return to work (Haaretz)
from the article: The test of the Zionist left