What kind of right? The following is the history to right-wing politics: Note: By definition right-wing is conservatism, conservatism = Social Control and Economic Freedom
Reactionary Right: Monarchist who want to return to a very Traditional lifestyle (me) note: I consider this real conservatism, religion and classical culture is the norm (social control) and the entire economy is privately owned by landlords (aristocratic nobles and the monarch) and some small businesses (economic freedom). Heck even the "government" is privatized.
Moderate Right: Prefer limited government and distrust intellectuals (Since most "intellectuals" are liberals anyway)
Radical Right: Nationalist (Sometimes accused as Fascist)
Extreme Right: Accused and/or admit to racism *A more extreme version of radical right* (Also accused as fascist)
Neo-Liberal Right: Capitalist with beliefs of conservative social values (I think this is you) *Called Neo-Liberal because capitalism is know as Classical Liberalism, except this time in modern times*
No, it's not. I see you keep saying this, but it's not. Let me explain.
The only way that this could be interpreted as leaning left is if you were behind the stamp. The words would then be backwards. Therefore, the only way that it could possibly lean left is invalid. All you need to do is take a glance at it to notice that geometrically, it's leaning right.
No, I'll teach you something, look in the mirror and raise your left hand. Now it might look like you've got your right hand raised but als you do not you have your left hand raised. This is the same principal. Also if you put this exactly on a t-shirt and wore that shirt the writing wouldn't be backwards and the picture would be leaning to the left. Maybe if you didn't spend so much time telepathically comunicating to imaginary sky people you might learn you left from your right.
its ok, I understand that conservatives are simpletons and need things explained carefully.
Ask a someone to face you and raise their left hand. whilst they do that raise your right hand. You may think this person has their right hand raised because its on the same side as your raised right hand but, alas, they do not, they have their left hand raised. This is called the mirror affect.
If you printed this image and put it on a t-shirt, what side would it be leaning?
I'm not attacking your art I'm simply criticizing your seemingly self-centered ideal of perspective. idk if you have figured it out yet but this is NOT a t-shirt, it is a stamp designed to express a message to the AUDIENCE. If you can see it's a two dimensional figure which cannot in anyway be classified as it leaning to the left as you arrogantly and seemingly rudely want to push. And even if it WAS a design for a t-shirt the objective is pointed at the AUDIENCE not the fuckball using it.