New member here. Just joined this site tonight, but I consider myself a Trotskyist.
I'm an Anarchist.
I suppose I'm something of a social democratic Shachtmanite. I would ultimately see the abolition of the nation-State as such, but I believe history has shown the revolutionary approach to be less than feasible under most conditions, as a Strong Man oft emerges and imposes an authoritarian regime that oft proves no better than those who were overthrown.
It's a problem of Man's heart. Mankind must progress spiritually and the common philosophy must be more conducive to the libertarian socialist form before we can see the emergence of the ideal society on any large scale.
I'm a libertarian socialist with no particular tendency. I'm keen on Luxemburgism, anarchism, council communism, ect.
I am a democratic socialist.
I'm a communist. Really, the only communist idea I reject is totalitarianism. Apart from that, full far-left.
Socialist-Marxist though I still have to do research.