So, we all know what the political compass is, an X and a Y axis, the former representing economic policies (left being centralised, right being more laissez-faire), and the latter being government power (top being very authoritative and bottom being anarchist).
I have gone and taken 10 political ideologies and mapped them on the compass as well as I could, though some may be a bit off due to my lack of in-depth knowledge on a few of them. Here's a guide to the symbols, as some may be difficult to recognise. That's because I used some 'unofficial' or 'close enough' symbols due to a lack of appropriate symbol to represent said ideology.
1) Swastika - National Socialism, Hitlerism - A bit more friendly towards privatisation compared to Strasserism, very authoritative.
2) Hammer and Sword - Social Nationalism/Strasserism - National Socialism that hates capitalism more than NS and more tolerant to redistributionism.
3) Fasces - Fascism - State-centred ideology, state capitalism.
4) Hammer and Sickle - Stalinism - Statist, not exactly nationalist but not internationalist, centralised as fuck
5) Gay Hammer and Sickle - Neo-Marxism, (((internationalist authority))), pro-degeneracy
6) Socialist Fist - (((European))) socialism - High Taxation, Sweden, pro-immigration, (((globalist))), some free market
7) Jerusalem Cross - Feudalism - For King, God and Country, Authoritarian, economics shaky, basic form of taxation
8) Apple - Crony Capitalism - (((globalist))), avoids taxes, collects personal data, erodes culture
9) Money Bag - Libertarian Dream - No taxation, company governments, ultimate individual
10) Red-Black star & Nationalist Cross - National Anarchism - Racial tribalism, Stateless coexistence
As you can see, we run into a few issues. First of all, there is a huge cluster of opposite ideologies in the top left quadrant. NS, Strasserism, Neo-Marxism, these shouldn't be together, should they? After all, NS anPost too long. Click here to view the full text.