Here in America, "liberal" and "conservative" have so much excess baggage on them, so many extra connotations. But when you break them down to their roots, their true meaning, the words apply to someone's relationship to the status quo.
A Liberal is someone who wants to make changes and reforms within the system.
A Conservative is someone who wants to leave the system as it is, or make only the smallest and incrimental of changes.
A Radical is someone who wants to completely overthrow the system and replace it with something very different.
A Reactionary wants to remove changes made in the system, back to an earlier state.
By those four definitions, how do you characterise your beliefs in relationship to the power structure in your country?