Norge Ã¤r sannerligen den sista sovjet staten. Allt Ã¤r sÃ¥ politiskt och byrÃ¥kratiskt. he he Anyway, the scale thing is quite interesting and I don't think I agree on the meaning of ultra liberal. In my mind that is someone who thinks the most important thing is freedom. Freedom to create your own success with almost none interacting with the government. A socialist prefers a society with much interacting with the government to create a stable ground for all it's citizens. A government that restricts the market. A conservative prefers a system with a strong government but also a free market. A government that protects its citizens. In sweden anyway we have a different Party system than that in the US. I think I would translate it like this. swe: socialist - socialdemocratic - liberal - conservative us: superultraliberal - ultraliberal - liberal - conservative - ultraconservative Anyway I understand the meaning of conservative has changed and conservative people often are more liberal than the liberals. Anyway on your scale I think I would find myself on -2. Also. The russian flag is red, white and blue and Norway most certainly has a "Joey" law.