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    Corwin Schott Theory (shortened to Schottism) is a highly syncretic, totalitarian, economically third positionist, civic nationalist (though highly supportive of race mixing), and culturally left ideology of the blogger Corwin Schott, who self-identifies as an American Futurist.


    Corwin Schott supports the creation of a revolutionary, forward-thinking society and culture with an economic system which goes beyond the left and right, taking the best of Capitalism and Socialism while opposing the worst of both (in a similar vein to modern social democracy). He also champions imperialism. What Corwin Schott favors the long-term creation of a totalitarian global empire (unipolarity) led by and to the benefit of his ideal regime. He feels that such a system is the best way for America to realize its true potential as a civilization state; even if such an empire, though necessitated by the State's[Note 1] unique geopolitical interests, is ultimately a Faustian gamble. The beliefs of Corwin Schott—much of which can be extracted from The Manifesto of American Futurists, American Civilization Theory: An Introduction, How Uncle Sam Can Undermine Black Markets (And Profit Off Them!), and other blog posts—include the following ten positions:

    1. The long-term liberation of females from the burden of motherhood, blurring of racial and sex-based differences, and removal of dysgenic qualities (e.g., genes which correlate with low intelligence) by combining CRISPR gene editing and reproductive cloning en masse.
    2. Complete liberalization, and at times direct state promotion of certain, drugs on social Darwinist, hedonistic, and apathy promotion grounds.
    3. Reforming the Senate to incorporate occupation-based representation, giving equal representation to capitalists and workers.
    4. Executive guidance of key industries by "nudging" business interests towards the State's interests via contracts, subsidies, and the formulation of cartels and monopolies (a "national champion" policy).
    5. The abolition of marriage, state promotion of free love, and communal child rearing.
    6. State promotion of a synthesis of masculine and feminine traits; society would be dominated by "masculine femboys" and "feminine tomboys".
    7. Freedom from religion.
    8. A strong Chief Executive who serves for life and embodies the interests of the corporate state.
    9. The implementation of Federal Service—where citizens above a certain age must perform military or civil service—similar to the Swiss system.
    10. Waging war against traditional cultures, the formal establishment of a neo-colonial empire, and undermining and overthrowing governments hostile to American interests.


    Recommended Literature

    Max Lerner

    • America as Civilization: Life and Thought in the United States Today (1957)

    Fredrick Jackson Turner

    Arthur Schopenhauer

    Hermes Trismegistus

    • Corpus Hermeticum (est. 200 BC)

    Baruch Spinoza



    Alexandra Kollontai

    Friedrich Nietzsche

    Peter Zeihan

    • The Accidental Superpower: The Next Generation of American Preeminence and the Coming Global Disaster (2016)

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau

    Lawrence H. Keeley

    Peter Kropotkin

    Henry George

    Marquis de Sade

    Tommaso Marinetti

    Anthony Giddens

    • Beyond the Left and Right: The Future of Radical Politics (1994)
    • The Third Way and its Critics (2000)
    • The Third Way: The Renewal of Social Democracy (1999)

    Mariana Mazzucato

    • The Entrepreneurial State: Debunking Public vs. Private Sector Myths (2013)

    Niccolò Machiavelli

    Valentine de Saint Point

    Aleksandr Dugin

    Friedrich Engels

    Georges Sorel

    Thomas Taylor

    Dr. Henry Kissinger

    Michael Lind

    • The New Class War: Saving Democracy from the Managerial Elite (2020)
    • Vietnam: The Necessary War (1999)

    Robert D. Atkinson

    • Big is Beautiful: Debunking the Myth of Small Businesses (2011)
    • Supply-Side Follies: Why Conservative Economics Fails, Liberal Economics Falters, and Innovation Economics is the Answer (2007)

    José Vasconcelos

    Oswald Spengler

    Leverett S. Lyon et al.

    Pope Leo XIII

    Michael Hudson

    • The Destiny of Civilization: Finance Capitalism, Industrial Capitalism or Socialism (2022)

    A. Raven Thomas

    G.D.H. Cole

    Planned Studies

    Edward Bulwer-Lytton


    • The Enneads (270)

    Daniel A. Bell

    • Just Hierarchy: Why Social Hierarchies Matter in China and the Rest of the World (2020)
    • The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy (2016)

    Henry Charles Carey

    • The Harmony of Interests: Agricultural, Manufacturing and Commercial (1851)

    Captain A.T. Mahan

    How to Draw

    Flag of Corwin Schott Theory
    1. Draw a ball
    2. Add three vertical stripes from left to right: One dark red, one dark green, and one dark purple.
    3. Draw 13 white stars to represent the Thirteen Colonies in the red stripe.
    4. Have him wear sunglasses
    5. Place a gold crown on top his head.
    6. And done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Dark Red #542222 84, 34, 34
    Dark Green #235449 35, 84, 73
    Dark Purple #5b307c 91, 48, 124
    White #fefeff 254, 254, 255





    • Third Positionism - While I agree with you on corporatism, national rebirth, imperialism, and various other issues, I wish you listened to Marinetti and stopped focusing so much on worthless traditions, petty nationalism, and racism. Merge with him.
    • Falangism - Cringe traditionalism. But your tripartite syndicalism is nearly identical to mine (just accept the land pill) and we both agree on race mixing.
    • State Liberalism - Uneducated folks say I'm you, but you need to keep the bourgeoise under the State's boot and not kiss their asses constantly. Nationalism is also a smaller framework to driving human progress. That said I do admire Justin Trudeau and Jiang Zemin.
    • National Capitalism - I like Hoshino, Lee Kuan Yew, and Päts—at least their economic policies—but you don't need to exterminate or oppress other races; nor is the laissez-faire often associated with you desirable.


    • Duginism - I'm the complete inverse of you.
    • Marxism-Leninism - I like your governing style and the proved a successful rival to American civilization; but it is for that reason alone that I am happy you lost the Cold War.


  • Social Authoritarian Bonapartism - You're honestly pretty based!
  • BasedSnowFlakeism - Me if I was an anarchist.
  • - We're not that different to be honest. Although I think representation based on corporate interest groups is better than rule by private corporations.
  • Sundog - You have nice aesthetics. And I'm glad you see certain things my way.
  • Meowxism - My main complaints about you mostly relate to economics. We both want economic planning, but I prefer class collaboration—if you've read between the lines these last few months I always did—to class struggle. So I'd be closer to the Asian Tigers than the Soviet Union at this point. I also support pornography and prostitution; these are valid expressions of sexuality previously hindered by Judeo-Christianity. However, everything else about your ideology is close to perfection to be honest. A hyper-progressive, totalitarian, one-party state which guides the masses towards a superior future is something we can both agree on and that is what matters to me the most. By the way, tankies like yourself are confused fascists.
  • - Not much to complain about. Just be more authoritarian and state capitalist and you'll be pretty close to me. Be less of a lib basically.
  • Mixed

    • Jadedism - Yellow socialism is acceptable from what I little I know about it. Otherwise, your ideology is far too conservative and isolationist for my liking. Embrace NATO and then we can talk.
    • - I like your spirit, but you need to embrace class collaboration. Imagine the wonders which could be achieved if the entrepreneurial elite and the working masses co-existed in harmony.
    • Konstantina Thought - Too traditionalist; otherwise, your ideology would be passable.
    • Danielism - You aren't a fascist. At least not in my opinion. You advocate for neither corporatism, an imperium rooted in Sorelian myth-making, nor methodological totalitarianism. You're what a few online fascists I do know consider me. Honestly, though, you're just too capitalistic. Having a strong entrepreneurial elite is necessary for a thalassocracy like America (same goes for Singapore which blended neoliberalism with syndicalism for comparable reasons). But that elite must be subservient to a ruling party aiming to create a grand future.


    Further Information





    1. For Corwn Schott, the State is synonymous with a national community or country; comparable to a social organism vis a vis Herbert Spencer.



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