All of those elements are also consistent with the Imperialism within Ancient Rome. You're clutching at straws here. And also, as I said. Just because 1 element is a critique of fascism, doesn't mean the ENTIRETY of it is. As I said previously, you could have said it in a completely different way and bring up the rest of the Legion's inspiration, but you didn't, which is why we are having this conversation, sweetie. First of all, I used this a recent example of Imperialism to contrast my claim of Caesar's Legion being inspired by Ancient Rome. Secondly, it was still an Empire, which is why I used it as an example. I could've used the Empire of Billy Buck Fuck and it would've made no difference. I wasn't drawing a comparison to the actual specifics of the culture itself. Thirdly, I was trying to say that these are the Empires one thinks of when they think "Empire". Ancient Rome especially. Which is what Caesar's Legion's aesthetic is trying to replicate. AnCap by definition is the elimination of a complete and legislative state in favor of private corporations and businesses. House takes many of his fundamental beliefs from this philosophy, however, instead of advocating for a free market, which is a fundamental concept of AnCap, he is Imperialistic in nature and wants everything for himself. Therefore, while House is AnCap by nature, he also takes many of his strategies from Imperialism. I never argued against this idea. I was merely stating that House is the leader of a corporation (RobCo) who also wants to claim territories for his own while also making them private and capitalistic, as evidenced by him defending The Strip from the bombs during the Great War, becoming the de facto leader of it, and then using that private land that is now his to make profit off of the casinos. That is AnCap by nature. To deny this is to deny reality. Then we agree. Everything is a possible interpretation, dummy, especially when it comes to factions that are literally a blend of multiple different ideologies and philosophies. The only solid tangible fact is how much of those ideologies are represented within their core principles. Holy shit, you don't know your own game. Try playing it once in a while and reading the wiki maybe. Two fucking endings. Two. One of them implies that the riots started and the securitrons were unable to put an end to them. One of them implies that the riots started and the securitrons were able to put an end to them, but they still fucking happened, and no amount of death will stop that. This means that anarchy exists and the riots began, just that the securitrons are either unable or able to squash them. Then of course the people accept the anarchistic state. Not that they accept it because any sort of rule or legislature was spawned.