This is how I placed on the Political Compass:
Economic Left/Right: -7.88
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -6.72
I obviously have a lot of distrust for the government, but I also have trust in its civilians to be distrustful as well. To me, the real enemies are the people that operate behind the scenes; if you look at the top 20 wealthiest people in the country, most people won't even know who they are.
Even churches, which I adamantly detest, have many people involved that are genuinely trying to do the right thing, but when someone gets involved in business, they're trying to make money. Nobody goes into business to make the world a better place, and that's why corporations require such heavy regulations.
What really bothers me is someone who refuses to recall a product because it's cheaper to pay off lawsuits than to issue a recall, or anybody who makes similar decisions based off of money. When a CEO will allow thousands or even millions of people to die just to increase profits, I find that worse than genocide; when you actively pit an army against a specific culture or population, you are acknowledging human life, even if you disregard it. When you make a business decision without even taking into account the number of people dying, you aren't showing any recognition for human life in the first place.
Furthermore, there are, statistically, more than enough sociopaths to populate a conspiracy or leadership positions, and keep in mind that a sociopath is actively seeking out these kinds of roles. For the most part, I don't believe in a whole lot of conspiracies, but I rarely rule out the possibility of one.