Geoliberal Social Democracy is the self-insert of the user Calafax. It's based on ideological social democracy and social georgism. The ideology is civically liberal, economically center-left, diplomatically internationalist, and culturally left.
Calafax is a cultural liberal in-general, he believes that progress is necessary to advance society, being a socially progressive ideology. He supports an egalitarian and open society were people are treated the same regardless of their back round such as their race, ethnicity, disability, gender, ect. Since discrimination does not contribute to a happy society and is pointless.civil libertarian, and believes you should be allowed to do whatever you want when you're not harming anyone else. This would make his overall cultural views individualistic because of his support for bodily autonomy over all societal influences such as community, religion, tradition, ect. If you don't want to conform to traditions, you shouldn't have to.
Calafax supports feminism and believes that woman deserve the same legal rights as men. He supports first and second wave feminism, and to a limited degree third wave feminism. Although, he can be critical of fourth wave feminism sometimes due to his presence of radical feminists within the movement.
Calafax's specific form of feminism would be social feminism, which incorporates elements of feminist philosophy into social democracy. He believes that feminism is necessary towards fighter gender and economic inequality, since neither contribute towards a happy society and must be fought
Calafax is pro-choice, and supports abortion being legal. He believes that abortion is apart of a woman's bodily autonomy, and therefore supports since he believes that it's not fair for society to force women to give birth to children they can neither afford or want. It doesn't matter how the woman got the child or why she chooses to abort it, it's her body and that's her decision to make.
Calafax is a sex-positive feminist, he believes that all interactions between consenting adults are normal human functions that shouldn't be demonized. As you can imagine, he supports the legalization of both pornography and prostitution. His sex-positive attitude also goes along with his support for queer rightsatheist feminist, he believes that religion is inherently oppressive towards woman's rights as you can see with how it's been used to justify restricting abortion rights among other things.
Calafax supports LGBT rights, since he doesn't see why someone should be mistreated for their sexual orientation. He supports the legalization of same-sex marriage, anti-discrimination laws for gay people in relation to employment, and their right to adopt. And on the topic of gay pride, he supports gay pride since he believes that pride marches have been necessary towards the acceptance of homosexuality.transgender is a misconnection between your sex at birth and your gender identity. He supports and hopes to expand gender-affirming healthcare access, and everything mentioned about gay people would be applied to the transgender community in relation to anti-discrimination and adoption. Along with this, he supports the recognition of non-binary identities and pronouns. Although, he believes that xenogenders and neopronouns aren't legitimate and they wouldn't be legally recognized.
Calafax, being on the secular left and a secular liberal, opposes the societal influences of religion. He believes that society should be based off of secular ethics and values. He supports the secular movement, and believes that religions have been used to suppress individual rights and liberties in the name of some ghosts that don't exist. The decline of supernaturalism would be necessary to achieving his ideal world federation in the long term since religion is another thing that pointlessly divides humans.anti-clericalist in this regard. He's personally fine with religious liberals, but still believes that organized religion is bad. So, instead of opposing the belief of god itself, he opposes the organized influences of religion since he believes that it's something that can actually be targeted. If you want to be religious personally that's fine, but organized religion should become a thing of the past since it's a barrier to human progress.
Calafax supports an internationalist foreign policy and believes that working together with other states is the best way to secure peace. He also believes that humanity should eventually unite under one global alliance between all nations of the world or a world government to secure our future from self-imposed humanitarian ills such as war.
Calafax can be critical of economic globalization and it's effects on the labor movement and other things relating to such, so he supports alter-globalism as his preferred diplomatic policy, believing that internationalism shouldn't involve exploitation.
Calafax supports co-operation between states in regards towards technology, since this has allowed for the acceleration of technology and technological breakthroughs which have greatly improved humanity. Although, he can be critical of how this does effect inequality, and supports it given its regulated to prevent such.
Calafax supports environmental globalization and the coordination of efforts regarding environmental issues between states to solve climate change, since it's an issue that we cannot solve alone. This would include support for the Paris climate treaty and other future climate treaties that come up in the future.
Calafax supports the eventual creation of a pan-human alliance that encompasses all countries, since he believes it would be the best way to reduce economic inequality between each country. Eventually, this pan-human alliance could be used to unify humanity into a world government. This would be a long term goal in the future
Calafax supports foreign aid. Not just for humanitarian reasons, but for geopolitical reasons. Since foreign aid encourages trade and peaceful diplomacy between different countries, it's a good way to achieve world peace as well.polyculturalism, since he believes that multiple cultures can co-exist in the same country but need a similar cultural beliefs to unify them all to prevent the exclusion that is unintentionally caused by multiculturalism. This is a form of interculturalism.
Calafax, while rejecting nationalism as a tool that causes pointless divisions in humanity, doesn't reject the idea of patriotism. Seeing this as mostly harmless, he believes that it could be used a force for good once humanity unifies in the future.social patriotism. This form of patriotism is based off of social democratic values and would be inclusive of everyone regardless of their backround. It would be based off the ideas of humanism as well.
Calafax supports intergovernmental organizations believing that they are a necessary part for the unification of humanity. However, he holds differing views on each one he'll run over.
Calafax supports the united nations and believes in using the governmental organization to further increase co-operation between different member states. This organization, among several different pan-nationalist organizations, would be used to eventually unite humanity into the pan-human alliance which would then eventually absorb all countries into a world government.
Calafax believes that the European Union is in need of reform to be more socialistic and less neoliberal, his ideal pan-nationalist alliance would be such and would protect labor rights while securing peace between all nations.NATO, and believes the alliance should be eventually phased out once it no longer serves a purpose. He would be a soft-natoskeptic in this regard, believing that trying to abolish the alliance before it is desirable would be bad idea, but still supports phasing out in the future.
Calafax supports welfare ethics, he believes welfare and the redistribution of wealth is necessary for nation since excessive wealth inequality doesn't contribute to a happy society. His welfare state would be universal and have provisions that cover anyone regardless of their social standing.welfare to work, believing that work reform is necessary for employment opportunities and to stimulate the job market. The government would play an active role in creating programs which help people get employed.
Calafax's ideal economic system would run off of corporatism, which is a system that organizes labor based off of professions and uses the government to collaborate between these classes to ensure worker's rights.democratic form of corporatism called neo-corporatism which would be based off of liberal principles with welfare ethics.
Calafax would divide the economy into two sections, first being consumer and luxury goods, and the second being capital and industrial goods. Whether it's an essential good or non-essential good would determine if it's produced by the market or the state.
Calafax would leave consumer goods up to the market, since he doesn't see why the state should intervene on this. Although, there would be some level of micro-management in the form of state-owned enterprises, but this would be very limited only to ensure that no unethical misdeeds are happening.regulate the production of capital goods and things relating to such like land production. This is were state-owned enterprises would be a lot more common to guide the economic production of what is produced, although there would be a degree of autonomy since he realizes that state-owned enterprises can become monopolistic and inefficient.
Calafax supports a liberal democracy, since it has allowed for the creation of countries which have the best human rights record and civil liberties. Despite this, I do recognize, that like all forms of government, it has it's flaws. I do support some governmental reforms to prevent corruption as well such as banning corporate lobbying and other undemocratic practices.
Calafax believes that representatives would be responsible for governing while citizens will be given more power in the democratic process through things like referendums, and supports a semi-direct democracy. He sees this as the best compromise between a representative and direct democracy since he views the former as being dated while the later as being not possible in most cases to operate.
Calafax supports a democratic republic, there would be no monarchs and leadership would not be hereditary. Although, countries with constitutional monarchs would be allowed to keep them since they aren't any more undemocratic than democratic republics although he personally opposes them and would abolish them if there was enough popular support.constitution that would be created which would safeguard the rights and civil liberties of the population. Although, it would be a living document so it would update with the times.
Calafax is a secular ideology, and supports the separation of church and state as you would imagine. Despite being a progressive atheist who opposes the cultural influences of religion, he doesn't believe directly enforcing this onto the population would be a good idea. He prefers a more passive approach towards secularizing society such as education and the liberalization of the population which would eventually lead to the decline of organized religion.secular liberal, which is a form of liberalism were secularist principles are prioritized as opposed to theocratic or illiberal states. This is the main thought behind secular humanism, which he identifies as.
Calafax's ideal government would be one were the government doesn't infringe of the civil liberties of the population when it's not necessary. This would make his government run off the principles of classical liberalism, making his government civically liberal.
Calafax supports privacy rights and believes that copyright is in desperate need of reform, since it's being used by massive corporations to extend their copyright while screwing over smaller creators. This goes along with his support for civil liberties.anti-authoritarian, he believes that authoritarianism disregards human rights while leading to dystopian societies. Due to his support for civil liberties, although he disapproves of anarchism and would describe himself as an " anti-anarchist anti-authoritarian".
- Social Democracy - The welfare state is based.
- Social Georgism - A land value tax is based.
- Progressivism - Equality and liberty!
- Alter-Globalism - May the future of humanity be bright!
- Social Liberalism - Modern liberalism is good.
- Social Corporatism - My main economic model.
- Market Socialism - Worker co-ops are pretty cool.
- Liberal Market Socialism - Now this is based.
- Nordic Model - I love the nordic countries in particular, which are cool. I want to visit Denmark someday.
- Feminism - I mostly support you, just control some of your supporters please.
- Civil Libertarianism - Civil liberties now, civil liberties forever!
- Anti-Authoritarianism - Authoritarianism mostly sucks, although please do not dogmatically subscribe to opposing even the good dictators just because they were auth, and also please do not support anarchism. So long as you aren't like that, you're my comrade in arms.
- Capitalism - Please put yourself to better standards.
- Socialism - Good in theory, bad in actual practice. I do get inspiration from you and I am willing to co-operate with some of your members.
- Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism - You try, which I do admire. At least you're better than regular berts.
- Distributism - Kinda based?
- Liberal Feminism - Depends on how you define yourself, your first and second wave variants are based but your modern day variants are a mixed bag.
- Alter-World Federalism - If this was done right, it would be the best outcome for humanity and its future.
- Globalism - Global problems require global solutions! Although, economic globalization is cringe.
- Progressive Conservatism - You make some good points and some tradition is worth preserving, but standing still doesn't help us when there is societal advancements to be made!
- European Federalism - The idea of a pan-european alliance is good, but the current political structure of the EU isn't... Just reform to become more left-wing and you'd be good in theory.
- Meridionalism - Your cultural leftism and civil moderation was barely enough just to save you. But your ideas are pretty wacky even if we oppose American and Eastern imperialism.