Feb 11, 2020, 8:35 AM
—“So, what is your political ideology? I mean I know you’re right wing. But, what are you? A Nationalist-Socialist or Libertarian Civic Nationalist?”— Amit Patel
I am none of those things – all of which i consider excuses for obtaining power under democracy to circumvent markets. I am ‘right wing’ only in the sense that I am intolerant of violations of the laws of nature and the natural law of reciprocity.
I am an Aryan(european branch of indo-europeans): transcendence of man into gods through competitive heroism, demonstrated excellence, speaking truth, and creating beauty.
I am a European Sovereigntarian: Markets in everything: Let A Thousand Nations Bloom.
I am an Aristotelian: Realism, Naturalism, Operationalism,
I am a Jeffersonian libertarian: a written constitution of natural law, with transactional procedural modifications.
I am a Constitutional Monarchist favoring multi-house governments as markets for the classes.
I am a Manorialist: natural eugenics – home before children, family as the central unit of society, bring capital to people not people to capital.
I am a Conservative: Bear your own costs, externalize no cost, purely empirical government, change by evidence not by hypothesis.
I am a National(kinship) Socialist: direct the maximum proceeds to the production of capitalizing (not consumptive) commons.
I am a Kinship Christian: humility in ones never ending pursuit of virtue, exhaust all opportunities for forgiveness before abandoning it, and demonstrate personal acts of charity at personal cost.
I am a Kinship Pagan: we owe a debt to nature, our ancestors known and named, and known as heroes, and known only as archetypes (gods), and are responsible to them for preserving their investments in making us, just as those that follow us are responsible for preserving our investments in them.
I am a universalist: any people that wishes european civilization’s benefits can adopt them if they try – or not if they choose not to.
The Laws of Nature
The Natural Law
Our Transcendence into gods
Sovereignty to do so
A Universal Militia
The Oath of Reciprocal Insurance
A constitution of the natural law
Markets in association, cooperation, reproduction, production, commons, polities.
A Judicial Priesthood
A monarchy as a judge of last resort
Houses for the classes (three or four)
Local Priority in Legislation, regulation, norm.
Professionalized (Privatized) Education