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    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought (ลัทธิพิบูลสงครามยุคใหม่), also known as Siamese Dark Enlightenment (ลัทธิการตรัสรู้อันมืดมน), Siamese Neoconservatism (ลัทธิอนุรักษ์นิยมยุคใหม่), National Liberalism with Thai Characteristics (ลัทธิเสรีนิยมแห่งชาติ), or Revisionary Phibunsongkhram Thought (ลัทธิพิบูลสงครามฉบับปรับปรุง) is an ideology of NesanelF which is based on the ideas of Thai Nationalism by Marshal Plaek Phibunsongkhram, known as Rattaniyom. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought’s ideas of monarchism is based on a form of Thai Royalism known as Chakriism as it views H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej as the hero who rescued Thailand from the red menace since the Cold War, combined with the proposed Moldbugian neoreactionary governance, with an economic model called neocameralism, which is based on the Prussian model of cameralism. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is the ideology that promotes social conservatism, extreme technological development, environmental protection, and cultural rejuvenation, in order for Thailand to be truly a civilized and prosperous nation. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought’s economic model is based on the ideas of Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich August von Hayek, and Thomas Sowell, whose ideas were centered around free-market capitalism, such as market deregulations, the use of cryptocurrencies, economic liberalization, tax cuts, privatization of utilities and products, or disablement of central government-based welfare in favor of private charities or local government-based welfare. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought’s foreign policy advocates for closer relations with other Asian market economies such as India, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, or the Philippines, and detente with the West, while it seeks hostility with the Eastern dictatorships such as Russia, China, Iran, or DPRK. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports free trade policy towards Western, Asian, and Third World market economies, while being protectionist towards hostile nations from the East, which results in neo-mercantilism. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought opposes certain ideological demagogues such as economic socialists, communists, primitivists, fascists, wokeists, neo-progressive hawks, populists, anarchists, totalitarians, republicans, jihadists, trumpists, putinists, dengists, and pro-eastern sympathizers.

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    Summary: Decentralization Aristocracy Monarchy Post-Libertarianism

    The Police
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is in favor of increasing the funding of the police, while decentralizing it to enhance the efficiency of the police force. The police should exist to enforce the law to protect the citizens from having their liberty stripped by criminals and ensure that the NAP will be protected. The police should have the rights to fight against domestic terrorists like Antifa or the Alt-“Right” militia. Local police will have more say in each provinces though.

    The Military
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports mildly increasing the funding of the military. Detente with the hostile powers have been shown in history that it doesn’t work, as it allows those hostile powers to bully smaller nations. However, military leaders tend to do more harm in the economy than good, as they don’t have the knowledge in economics. The military will use force to control the state if they are given too much power, resulting in an authoritarian state. It supports maintaining the mandatory conscription, but also deregulation of the conscription laws, meanwhile the disabled should not be conscripted, and the use of the voluntary conscription system like in the US, while encouraging the partial privatization of the military, such as mercenaries or private military contractors, and the use of robots and artificial intelligence. Thailand should have a military of quality, not quantity.

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports the concept of Mencius Moldbug's idea of a "Patchwork" system. It is a concept for a society structure that is made up of small, sovereign and competitive city-states or "sovereign corporations". Each city-state or corporation would have its own unique set of laws, customs, and political systems, and citizens would be free to choose which city-state they want to live in based on which set of principles and values they align with. Citizens would be free to move between these city-states or sovereign corporations, and the competition between these entities would drive innovation and efficiency, as citizens would be able to vote with their feet and move to a more desirable sovereign corporation if their current one was not meeting their needs. The Patchwork system acknowledges that people often have very different and even opposing visions of how society should be structured, and instead of trying to impose one vision of society upon everyone, the Patchwork system seeks to create a diverse and competitive marketplace of societal structures. In a Patchwork system, these city-states or sovereign corporations would be ruled by for-profit companies, which would be responsible for providing essential services such as security, infrastructure, and welfare. These companies would compete with each other for consumers, and citizens would vote with their wallets or feet, choosing to live in a sovereign corporation whose system of government and values align with their own. The competition between these entities would drive innovation and efficiency and force them to continually improve their services to attract and retain citizens.

    Free Speech
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is mixed on the concept of free speech. It is necessary for an individual to have freedom to express his or her opinions. However, too much free speech allows extremists and political demagogues such as communists, fascists, wokeists, or national traitors to have a say. In conclusion, the government must fight against these certain ideologies, by using knowledge to disapprove these political theories. Speaking of the Lese-Majeste Law, it is unnecessary because the government should not be treated like an all-correct god, and H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej never endorsed this law.

    The Monarchy
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports a decentralized absolute monarchy as a form of government that is based on the model of the medieval Ayutthayan Kingdom. The basic idea behind this form of government is that the monarch holds absolute power, but this power is decentralized across a number of different regions or principalities within the kingdom. Under this kind of system, the monarch would hold ultimate power and decision-making authority, but would grant significant autonomy to local nobles or lords within his kingdom. These nobles would be responsible for governing their own territories and ensuring order and stability within their own local communities. In exchange for this autonomy, the local nobles would be required to pay taxes and provide military support to the king, as well as to maintain law and order within their own territories. This system allowed for greater flexibility and responsiveness to local needs and concerns, while still ensuring a strong central authority and the ability to mobilize resources quickly in times of crisis. Overall, while the specifics of how a medieval decentralized absolute monarchy would work varied depending on the time and place, it can be seen as a system that sought to balance the benefits of local autonomy with the need for strong central authority and unity. Although an idea of a Monarch-CEO running the country isn’t a bad idea, as the state will be able to make profits with the Joint-Stock Enterprises and Corporation to increase the state fundings in exchange for the population to pay much lower taxes in form of a voluntary one. A Monarch-CEO can be either from the Chakri Dynasty or not based on political circumstances. If a Monarch-CEO isn’t from the Chakri Dynasty, the Chakri Dynasty will be retained but will have their title granted as “Marquis of Extended Grace” based on the Imperial House of Ming after the Qing Dynasty had taken over China in the 17th century.

    Rule of the Best
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought prefers Aristocracy, Noocracy, and Technocracy over Democracy and Autocracy. Why? This form of government intends to give the leadership into the hands of highly-qualified people, which is laudable. It prevents the rise of a single dictator, by distributing power between members of a council. The patronage of the ruling classes has led to the blossoming of arts and culture in historical kingdoms ruled by aristocrats. The less number of leaders involved increases the efficiency of the government, by reducing chances of political deadlocks and disagreements. Ideally, well-intentioned leaders in an aristocracy can do what is best for the country, without getting swayed by public opinion. This form of government is advantageous in cases of military conflict, since it results in a well-organized chain of command.


    Summary: Austrian School of Economics Tax Cuts Free Market Environmentalism Economic Imperialism

    Economic Liberalism
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought opposes excessive economical regulations, seeing them as stagnative to a thriving market economy (Keynesian Economics have already proven that, such as the US Democratic Party). Economical regulations by a long term only benefits the governmental bureaucracies and it usually causes economic delay and lesser productions in the market which can cause poverty. It is supportive of minimal governmental interference in the economy. People should have the opportunity to start up businesses. The owners and workers should have the rights to freely negotiate in the international and national framework based on the Law of Supply and Demand.

    Alternatives to the Fiat Money
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports free banking and bringing back the Gold Standard. The Central Banks shouldn’t have a large say in the economics. The Central Bank only defends monopolies, and the fiat currency is a tool for the government to control the economy especially Keynesians, because the government prints fiat money such as banknotes, which cause the fiat currency to lose their values each year, causing inflation and net deficit. It is supportive of the competitive crypto-currencies based on the Gold Standard because to make the government stop bossing around in the economy, privatization of currencies is necessary, as what Friedrich August von Hayek said about it.

    Taxation is usually a theft, and people shouldn’t pay too high taxes, which can hurt the economy in long term (For example, the Japanese economy, which causes Japan to be one of, if not, the country that suffers population decline the most.) and gives the big government too much of a say. The government should be fiscally responsible so that the country won’t be drown in debt. In short, it supports tax cuts in order to be fiscally responsible without the government wasting taxpayers’ money irresponsibly. The percentage of taxes should be between 10%-15%.

    Private Property
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views private property as a bulwark to the society. Anyone should have the rights to profit from the land they own, as it’s natural for human beings. In summary, Free Market Economy is necessary for a country to economically thrive. The more freedom to start up businesses, the better the economy is.

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is environmentalist in a propertarian way. Pollution is a violation of the other private properties by one. A polluter will be economically punished in one way or another. Green energies and technologies in the 21st century are the results of free-market capitalism that seek to compete in the markets against fossil fuels. Capitalism is the system that will ensure that the environment will be kept green as humans create technologies to sustain the forests, the oceans, or natural resources. Socialists, especially Marxist-Leninists, claim to care about the environment, but in reality, they seek to eliminate the market competition in technology, while replacing it with uncompetitive planned economy that consumes more natural resources than capitalists do, the USSR and the PRC are the proofs of that.

    Gun Rights
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports the idea of gun rights. Citizens shouldn’t rely too much on the police to defend themselves from criminals, as sometimes, the police can collude with the crime syndicates which bribe them to erode the freedom of the common people. Gun control only makes criminals easier to kill someone, as they don’t follow the law. However, the minimum age of a gun owner should be 18.

    Free Trade
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is in favor of Free Trade aka Economic Internationalization. High tariffs and Autarky only hurt the country’s economy than it helps. Autarky can cause economic delay, starvation, and wars. Free Trade allows small countries to gain access on foreign products with higher qualities, and also preserves every nations’ political independence from wars. In order for a country’s economy to be successful, a country should be very permissive on free trade, which allows goods to be exchanged with very few to no restrictions, whether on local, regional, or global levels. It is in favor of free trade with Western, Asian, or Third World market economies for resources that can develop the country’s economy, however, it is protectionist when it comes to trading with hostile nations such as China or Russia, as trading with hostile nations only allow them to be stronger. It is supportive of neo-mercantilism.

    Helping the Poor
    Speaking of free healthcare and welfare, Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought believes it should be the local government’s decision to implement one, not the central government. The poor and ill should be helped in this way, or by private charities.

    Intellectual Property
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought opposes strong Intellectual Property protection as it is seen as a form of government intervention in the free market. IP laws usually restrict market competition and can lead to monopolies or oligopolies, thereby thwarting the free-market system's competitive nature. IP protection can also create an artificial scarcity that leads to higher prices for goods and services, which can be unaffordable for many people. This, in turn, can limit innovation, especially in less developed countries where companies and individuals may not have the resources to pay for IP licenses or legal fees associated with defending IP claims. Moreover, IP laws infringe on freedom of expression, as they allow corporations and individuals to control and restrict access to information and ideas. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views IP protection as an unjust restriction on individual liberty, as it limits the free flow of information. In summary, strong IP laws can be seen as an unnecessary government intervention that can stifle competition, lead to higher prices, limit access to information and hinder innovation.


    Summary: Progressive Reactionarism French Secularism Civic-Cultural Nationalism Identity Politics Skepticism

    The State and Religions
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports French Secularism, and the religious organizations should have NO say in the government, as religious organizations lobbying with the state never ends well. Everyone should be free to worship any religions and beliefs. Both theocracies and countries with state atheism are equally tyrannical as religious leaders don’t make good political leaders as this has been proven in history that focusing too much on religions hinder the technological progress, while countries with state atheism only prop up cults of personalities as the ex-communist states have proven about that.

    Cultural Rejuvenation
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views culture and tradition as what keep the Thai nation unique and what reflects the Thai nation, although it views modern Thai culture as corrupted and regressive culture revolved around senseless collectivism. It supports some parts of Social Conservatism as a way to preserve the good parts of the Thai culture and transmit all those values to the country, including national holidays. However, the modern form of conservatism conserves nothing but regressive policies combined with the promotion of populist demagoguery. Thailand needs a cultural rejuvenation, based on Marshal Plaek Phibunsongkhram’s theory of cultural revolution, in order to make the Thai culture civilized and great again.

    Identity Politics
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is critical of identity politics and believes that it is a form of tribalism that can be harmful to society. One of the strongest arguments against identity politics from Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought’s perspective is that it creates divisions within society and leads to an emphasis on group identity over individual identity. This can lead to a breakdown in social cohesion and a lack of trust between different groups. In Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought’s view, this can ultimately lead to conflict and instability. Another argument against identity politics from Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought's perspective is that it encourages people to view themselves as victims or oppressors based on their group identity. This can lead to a sense of entitlement or resentment that is not necessarily based on merit or individual achievement. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought believes that this can lead to a culture of victimhood that undermines personal responsibility and accountability. Finally, Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought argues that identity politics is often based on a flawed understanding of history and society. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought believes that it oversimplifies complex social and historical dynamics and ignores the role of individual agency and choice. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought argues that identity politics is a form of reductionism that fails to take into account the complexity and diversity of human experience.

    Abortion is not a woman’s right in the eyes of Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought. It is a murder that cuts unborn fetus’ chance to view the world. Abortion should be mostly illegal unless a woman’s life is threatened or a woman is a rape victim. Although it supports birth control as an alternative to prevent such thing to happen at first place.

    LGBTQ+ Individuals
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is neutral leaning negative in terms of LGBT rights. LGB individuals should be treated equally with the Heterosexuals. Gay marriage should be legal or illegal up to the states’ decisions. However, the T and Q parts, it is a bit less tolerant to trans people. It will still accept transmedicalists as equal citizens because these people want to live normally like cisgender individuals. However, the LGBTQIA+ movement should be strongly prohibited as this movement has spread their agenda that turned children into who they shouldn’t be, which has ruined and demolished several families and their agenda seeks to destroy the functional family values built for thousands of years. In conclusion, if you want to be a homosexual or a bisexual, keep your sexual deviance yourself, if you are a transgender, seek a doctor or a surgeon and live like a normal person after gender transition.

    Opposing Racialism
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views racialism as a very stupid idea. Not every races are born that way, and this stupid ideology of racialism is built on a pseudoscience. The reason why some certain people from the Third World are inferior in intelligence is only because education and technology aren’t present as much as in the First World. It also opposes intersectionality aka reverse racism, which only promote national betrayal and divides the country, by dividing the country’s population into two groups, such as the “priviledged” and “marginalized”, which is literally built by a non-existent myth known as “structural racism”. Individuals must combat racialism from both sides ASAP.

    Cultural Assimilation
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports civic and cultural forms of Nationalism. Skilled and talented immigrants are welcome to the country, but they should also assimilate into the Thai culture (depends on which provinces). In terms of native minorities, they shall gain equal rights to the majority. It opposes the concept of multiculturalism because a functioning society cannot accept some detrimental external cultures which can divide the country.

    Legalization of Drugs
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports legalization of drugs, as keeping them illegal only make people more unsure about the drugs. This legalization of drugs is the best method to combat drug uses, as drugs’ prices will drop and the drug dealers will actually go bankrupt. However, the minimum age of a citizen who can legally buy drugs is 18.

    Women’s Rights
    Speaking of Feminism, Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports the concept of the first and some parts of second waves of feminism. Women should have the rights to determine themselves, as they can choose to be anything, including tradwives, nuns, businesswomen, or even the Prime Minister. However, it opposes the concept of the third and fourth waves of feminism, as it only makes gender equality pointless as these type of feminists, especially radical feminists, are as sexist as the Manosphere supporters.

    Death Penalty
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is in favor of retaining the death penalty. Some crimes are so serious that only the death penalty will suffice. Violent and sexual crimes against children, for example. Those who commit such heinous acts will always represent a danger to society. Thus the death penalty is the only appropriate punishment in such cases. The death penalty acts as a deterrent. If people know that they are likely to be executed for the most serious of crimes, then they will be less likely to commit them. The death penalty saves taxpayers' dollars. In comparison with all the money spent on prisoners' upkeep, execution involves relatively little expense. With the best will in the world, some criminals are beyond rehabilitation. Whether they're out on the streets or locked up inside a prison they're always going to represent a danger to someone. The death penalty deals with this problem by removing dangerous elements from society permanently. The death penalty satisfies the natural human desire for vengeance. This may not be one of its stated aims, but it's the main reason why people support it. Executing criminals takes vengeance out of the hands of private individuals, thus maintaining social stability while at the same time satisfying the community's desire for revenge.


    Summary: Bright-Green Technology Biological Ascensionism Reactionary Modernism Eugenics

    Post-Industrialization Economy
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is supportive in a post-industrialization economy. It increses free trade between the nations. Increases in capital are made which allow investors to finance the country. It allows global mass media ties all around the world. It allows greater ease of transportation of goods and people. It spreads of liberal ideals to other nations. The economy becomes more efficient in environmental protection.

    Technology and more specifically computers have made the human lives much better in all aspects. Technology is not a dynamic entity, it depends on the user to be applied. Technology should be seen as the greatest accomplishment of the human mind, in the eyes of humanity. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is very supportive of innovating technologies for the betterment of the nation and the economy as the market competition allows technologies to be developed furthermore.

    Bringing Back the Order of the Past with Futuristic Methods
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is supportive of technological advancements in order to bring back the order and hierarchal system of the past, based on the theories of Nick Land and Curtis Yavin. Technologies are not oxymoronic with traditionalism as good numbers of the reactionaries in the past had supported industrialization such as Pyotr Stolypin. What Marx and the Marxists want in their “progressive” dystopia is not a futuristic world order but a return to the primitive days as those days were the time human hierarchies and civilizations didn’t exist. Religions and Science should not be separated either as history has shown that scientific progress can be made even with religions such as the Islamic Golden Age.

    Biological Ascension
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views machines as essential things to evolve human biology, as one day, if technology is advanced enough in few centuries ahead, humans will evolve from mere biology into superior forms of machines that have higher intelligence quality, durability, and strength that will prepare themselves to conquer and colonize the Outer Space.

    Green Technology
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is in favor of environment-friendly technologies as technologies are a net positive to protect the environment such as green energies. Renewable resources should be slowly implemented to replace fossil fuels in the future as fossil fuels are limited in this planet and are expected to run out in decades. Climate Change is also a factor that we shouldn’t avoid giving attention as humanity will eventually be drowned in oceans as the Earth’s temperature increases caused by carbon emissions.

    Nuclear Power
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports the use of nuclear power. It is generally considered to be the safest and most efficient energy source for generating electricity. This source of power is used to power almost 20% of the world. It’s one of the most inexpensive and environmentally-friendly sources of energy. In 2018, the cost of nuclear power was just $35/MWh. This is less than half the cost of coal- and gas-fired power plants. The price of nuclear power will be even more competitive in the future. Nuclear power is an efficient and environmentally safe energy source. It doesn’t produce greenhouse gases and can be used in a wide range of applications. Nuclear power plants do not produce any significant amount of greenhouse gases or pollutants. This energy source is safer and more cost-effective than fossil fuels such as coal and gas. It’s one of the cleanest and most inexpensive energy sources on earth. It is an effective way to reduce carbon emissions. It doesn’t generate any greenhouse gases. In fact, the generation of one MW of nuclear power is equivalent to the renewable energy that is produced by 400 acres of trees. Nuclear power will be the most effective resource for curtailing global warming and climate change.

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is in favor of CRISPR-based Eugenics as this type of eugenics is very effective to improve the lives of the next generations of the Thai people by removing genetic deflections/imperfections and enhancing the human efficiency and intelligence by using biological cheat codes via manipulating certain genes. It opposes race-based types of Eugenics, although interestingly enough, it can enhance the genes of the next generations of the Thai race.


    Summary: Thai Nationalism Atlanticism ASEAN Nationalism Space Exploration

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports co-operating with other countries for the greater good of the nation, as internationalism promotes peace and security, self-determination, economic stability, and humanitarianism within each nations on Earth. Different nations should co-operate on large issues such as economic globalization, military co-operation, solving climate change, sharing technology, and others. Although it is not supportive of World Federalism or extreme globalization, as those things will erode nations’ sovereignties.

    Approaching Towards the West
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views the West as the better side in the modern-era Second Cold War, as the West tends to favor things such as free-market economy, capitalism, technological advancement, liberty, or free trade, while the East tends to favor things such as collectivism, planned economy, socialism, or totalitarianism. Thailand should make a detente with the Western, Asian, and Third World market economies, and offer an economic co-operation with those certain countries. Thailand will improve relations with certain countries with diplomacy such as the United States, the British Commonwealth, Japan, Republic of China, Republic of Korea, India, the European Union, Brazil, Egypt, Ethiopia, South Africa, or the rest of ASEAN. Thailand will honor its decades-old friendship with the United States with military, economic, and technological co-operation. Thailand will be hostile towards the Eastern-aligned countries such as the PRC, Russia, Iran, DPRK, or Syria, by giving them economic sanctions and diplomatic cuts, causing Thailand not to co-operate with any of these countries. Even if sanctions are made towards China, Thailand will not suffer economic decline, as Thailand will still trade with the West, the rest of Asia, and the rest of the Third World that can offer alternative resources instead of the certain Eastern-aligned nations.

    Thai Nationalism
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is an ideology that promotes Thai Nationalism. It is proud of the country, nation, and heritage to the blood. It will do the best in anything to improve the country, not serving other countries’ special interests. Nation, Culture, and Identity are what ancestors lost their blood in their struggle against any odds, and it will fight to the last breath for the country. Thailand should expand its borders to restore most of the lost lands such as Kengtung, Laos, Phra Tabong, Phibunsongkhram, Nakhon Champassak, Sibsongbanna, Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan, and Terengganu. Thailand should expand its borders by using private companies and private military contractors to buy those lands, by offering economic prosperity in those lands, while slowly “re-colonizing” the lands, eventually those lands will be given back to Thailand, uniting the lost-Thai lands during the 19th-20th century.

    Separation of “Nation” and “State”
    According to Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought, the state should not try to impose a particular culture or identity on its citizens, as this can lead to the suppression of individual liberties and the erosion of the nation's distinct identity. Instead, they argue that the state should act as a neutral arbiter that protects individual rights and allows citizens to freely associate with like-minded individuals to form communities based on shared values and goals. In its view, a strong sense of national identity is important for maintaining social cohesion and providing individuals with a sense of purpose and belonging. However, the state should not enforce a particular national identity on its citizens, as this can lead to conflicts and the suppression of individual rights. Overall, Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought emphasizes the importance of separating the words "nation" and "state" to recognize the difference between the organic identity and sense of community that nations provide, and the legal and political construct of the state. By doing so, they believe that societies can avoid the overreach of state power, protect individual rights and liberties, and maintain social cohesion and national identity.

    Regional Alliances
    ASEAN is a regional alliance which unites Southeast Asian nations. Although Thailand should cooperate against incoming threats from the PRC, Thailand will not support rogue states like the government of Myanmar or Cambodia. ASEAN should be more than an economic alliance to truly unite South-East Asia. ASEAN should become a military alliance like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, by offering free trade agreements and military co-operations with ASEAN member-states such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, or Malaysia to build a shield in South-East Asia against the threat from the PRC and its allies like Pakistan or DPRK. ASEAN should be an alliance that promotes cultural preservation, national identity, military co-operation, and free trade to protect South-East Asia from any external threats.

    The Kra Canal
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought supports digging the Kra Canal (which was what Thaksin Shinawatra proposed to improve the Thai economy), as this canal will make the country profit more in international naval transportation, as the ships don’t have to stop at Singapore anymore and pass the Kra canal in Thailand instead, which can boost the Thai economy.

    Space Exploration
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views Space Exploration as a necessity in the 21st century, for given reasons. Experiments performed in space help us understand health problems on Earth. The space sector generates high-tech jobs for Thais. Satellites data can be used to predict natural disasters and to support emergency relief efforts. Astronauts encourage young people to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Satellites provide data on climate change, measure pollution, and help protect our planet. Space technologies improve products we use every day, weather forecasts, and communications worldwide. Scientific breakthroughs are challenging humans’ assumptions and pushing humanity’s boundaries by exploring the unknown.

    The Jews have owned the Holy Land for thousands of years before the Romans came. The Jews after being expelled by Emperor Hadrian from the Holy Land faced a lot of persecution under the guise of anti-Semitism for centuries, specially in Europe. This was the reason why the Jews cannot be stateless anymore. The Holy Land has to be returned to its rightful owners, the Jews. The Jews accepted the 1948 UN Partition of the Holy Land, the Arabs refused. Look, what Israel is doing against the Arabs in West Bank and Gaza is bad, but the Palestinian side is not innocent either, as Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, and other Arab terrorist groups want to exterminate every single Jewish citizens of the Holy Land. In this case, Israel must annex the West Bank and Gaza, while also treating the Arabs as their equal citizens. Thailand will offer more co-operation with Israel with trade deals in economy and military, giving some foreign aid to the country, with private charities and companies going there, while the country will suspend the recognition of the Palestinian State, seeing that there is no benefit for Thailand to side with the Arabs against Israelis, as Thailand is not a Muslim country, and it doesn’t share any diplomatic relations with the Palestinian State.


    Summary: Machiavellianism Individualism Natural Law Theory Communitarianism

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought’s view on realpolitiks is that the geopolitical arena is dominated by pragmatism with principles and values wielded when useful and disregarded when not. Any attempts to analyse the actions of great powers or even middle powers using a framework of principles and values would result in a ton of contradictions and inconsistencies. As a result trying to justify or analyse actions (or inactions) by these states using a framework of principles and values is a useless endeavour and believers that those are what drive states are the 'homeopathy' practitioners of the geopolitical field. Happy to be convinced otherwise a framework of values and principles when analysing geopolitics of great and middle powers is not absolutely useless.

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram’s Thought views the community as what makes the country stable with social cohesions, with these advantages: Increase of acceptance for renewable energy, increase of social capital, socioeconomic regeneration/economic regional development, energy literacy and environmental lifestyle changes, empowerment, access to affordable energy, knowledge and skills development, support for ambitious climate and energy policy, and energy supply resilience.

    Orthodox Christianity
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought views the Orthodox Church as the one and only true church of christ, although it doesn’t want the religion to become the majority of the country’s population. There’s a lot that could be said here, but the reason why it believe this is that it examined both the Scriptures and the early history of Christianity, and it became convinced that the only church that matches them both is Orthodoxy. Particularly formative for me were the writings of St. Ignatius of Antioch, a disciple of the Apostle John. The church life he described was definitely not what it saw in Evangelicalism. Since he was someone who learned how to be a Christian from the Apostles themselves, it wanted to be in his church. Orthodoxy takes history seriously and doesn’t gloss over the hard stuff. It also doesn’t pick and choose from early Christian witness to develop a streamlined “system” of theology that is easy to swallow. Rather, because Orthodoxy is truly the community descended from the Apostles, within its theological memory are centuries of dogma, doctrine and theological reflection. Not all of it is totally consistent or easy to sort out, but it is nevertheless one great river of truth with an overall unified direction. One doesn’t see that in the same way in Roman Catholicism (there are several major turns in history), and it is impossible to find that in Protestantism. Most Protestants aren’t even concerned with it.

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is influenced by the Chinese philosopher named Kong Qiu, known as Confucius, as Confucianism believes in ancestor worship and human-centered virtues for living a peaceful life. The golden rule of Confucianism is “Do not do unto others what you would not want others to do unto you.”

    Natural Law Theory
    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought believes in Natural Law Theory. It is based on reasoning, and not revelation – this allows making it possible for everyone to follow the principles. It is universal and absolutist; so it is always relevant. It allows for a clear cut approach to morality and establishes common rules.

    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought believes in Individualism as having a sense of individualism is having a concrete set of beliefs about yourself. You know what you want and what you don’t. Because of this, you get to do the things that you love without worrying what others may think that free us from too much emotional attachment in our surroundings. Individualism is also inclined to Self-Improvement. The more you know about yourself the more you are willing to improve yourself. You’re more likely to engage in some activities to develop skills that you are interested in. Individualism develops a solid foundation inside us. People can’t easily destroy you by their judgments and opinions about your personality. You know your personality so well that people can’t use that as a weapon against you. Someone who have a strong sense of individualism can’t be easily influence by others rather they are the influencers. They have vivid picture of what they want from color, smell to smallest details. They show that being unique is cool that one reason people adore them.

    On Humanism
    Humanism is based on an unrealistic view of human nature, as Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought argues that Humanism assumes that humans are inherently rational, moral, and cooperative, which is not supported by empirical evidence. According to Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought, humans are actually driven by irrational desires and emotions, and are often violent and selfish. Therefore, the Humanist project of improving society through education and moral enlightenment is doomed to fail. Humanism is a secular religion, as Neo-Phibunsongkhram claims that Humanism has replaced traditional religions as the dominant worldview in modern societies. He argues that Humanism has its own set of dogmas, such as the belief in progress, equality, and democracy, which are taken as articles of faith and are not subject to empirical testing or rational scrutiny. Humanism is responsible for the decline of classical Thai civilization, as Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought attributes many of the problems of modern Thai society, such as political polarization, social unrest, and cultural decline, to the influence of Humanism. He argues that Humanism has led to the erosion of traditional institutions and values, and has created a society that is fragmented, atomized, and lacking in social cohesion. Humanism is incompatible with modern science and technology, as Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought suggests that Humanism's focus on humanistic values and goals is incompatible with the pursuit of objective knowledge and technological progress. He argues that Humanism has led to a "softening" of the sciences, as researchers are more concerned with the social and ethical implications of their work than with advancing scientific knowledge for its own sake.

    Political Journey


    Years Before Nesanel Thought Existed (Also known as: Apolitical Epoch) (20??-2018) ()
    This was the era before Nesanel gets involved in politics, when he was a child. He used to only care about studying hard and pursue his own future. Back then, He didn’t know about the concept of politics, so there’s nothing much in this era.

    Nesanel Thought 0.0 (Also known as: Thaksinist Epoch) (2018-2019) (///)
    This was the era when Nesanel was getting into the first stage of politics. He was told by his parents how great Thaksin Shinawatra was when he was the Prime Minister. He was fascinated how he made Thailand an economical power. He used to oppose Free-Market Capitalism and neoliberal economics. So, He turned his eyes on Keynesian economics, and became a social democrat.

    Nesanel Thought 0.1 (Also known as: Liberal Dengist Epoch) (2019-2020) (///)
    This was the era when He discovered wider politics and became more critical to the West. At that time, he met a friend who is a Wumao simping for the CCP, making him believe that China is an actual functioning market socialist country. He turned him into a Wumao and a Xi Jinping simp. He also supported unbridled free trade as this makes China the new world superpower. Thus, mixing Market Socialism with Third Way economics.

    Nesanel Thought 0.2 (Also known as: Sam Kib Epoch) (2020-2021) (///)
    This was the era when Nesanel realized that authoritarianism is a no-go for me, and that his friend’s ideology was simply stupid as he’d realized that China is actually a State Capitalist state. He quit being a Dengist because of this. This era was the time when the Sam Kib movement (aka Three-Fingers mob) were very popular as Pr*yuth won the elections “fairly”. (Fr it’s not even a real election. The 250 senates who helped him were already selected by him.) So, he decided to tone down his simpery for Dengism and embrace democratic socialism instead.

    Nesanel Thought 1.0 (Also known as: Neoconservative Populist Epoch) (2021-2022) (///)
    After he tried to understand more about socialism, He has realized that equality that the economical system preaches is just equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity, and its end results will always be authoritarianism that pretends to “care” about the poor. He was recommended by his university professor, who was a liberal conservative, into Milton Friedman’s economics. He told me that the West is obviously better than China. He also told him why capitalism is so successful, as other economical systems had failed. The more Nesanel listened to him, the more he became a Neoliberal. Plus, he has had enough of many leftists simping for authoritarian quasi-fascist states like Russia or Iran. So, he becomes supportive of the principles of Neoconservatism.

    Nesanel Thought 2.0 (Also known as: Alt-Lite Libertarian Epoch) (2022) (///)
    This was the era when Nesanel became a full blown Alt-Lite obsessed with supremacist identity politics. I was told by some paleolibertarians that libertarians will not risk other people’s lives in pointless foreign wars. He had become quite skeptical of Milton Friedman’s advocacy of Free Trade. He also thought that he should put his nation, tradition, and liberty first, as they reflect what he is in his nation. Globalism has actually done more negative things than positive things in his POV in this period. He had also extended himself into other libertarian schools of economics, such as the Austrian School of Economics. He was also a full blown right-wing populist and national libertarian. To preserve his freedom, he must put his nation first. I also embraced some parts of the original form of Paleoconservatism. He thought that mindless progressivism would end up into a tyranny, like the USSR, or Revolutionary France. This was where he choose to study more about Paleolibertarianism.

    Nesanel Thought 2.1 (Also known as: Pragmatic Libertarian Epoch) (2022) (///)
    Months later, after Nesanel had studied more about classical liberal and libertarian philosophy, I have been told by more literate libertarians that supremacist identity politics is not what a true Classical Liberal or a Libertarian will stand for, as identity politics in general is a form of collectivism. Libertarianism in general stands for individuality, freedom, and liberty. He also has realized that populism is just a tool of corrupt politicians to trick people into “fighting the elites”, which is just not different from an ochlocracy. His economic views are now more of Hayek’s than Mises’. He had also come back to embracing free trade, as that thing prevents countries from being involved in wars and conflicts. There is a way to oppose globalism without embracing autarky, such as being diplomatically non-interventionist, or refusing to politically cooperate with other nations. He became a Progressive Conservative leaning to conservative in cultural views, a hardline conservative in economy, and a mixture of civic and cultural nationalist. He identifies himself with the Alt-Lite movement no longer.

    Nesanel Thought 3.0 (Also known as: Neoreactionary or Post-Libertarian Epoch) (2022-present) (///)
    This is the current period of Nesanel, as he has already taken the R E A C T P I L L after seeing how chaotic post-modern era has become, although he didn’t become an ultra-traditionalist, he has reverted back to social conservatism even though he still despises populism and populists like Trump or the MAGA cesspool. He views detente with the Eastern tyrannies as obsolete similar to how isolationists like Neville Chamberlain appeased Hitler to “keep Europe peaceful”, which was a completely stupid idea as the evil empires like the Third Reich didn’t stop at Austria or Czechoslovakia, so he takes the NATOpill back, although he still doesn’t like regime chances that much as he prefers NATO and ASEAN being defensive alliances to counter the dangers from the East rather than offensive alliances that Lockheed-Martin innocent Third World countries. Nesanel is now a neoconservative out of pragmatism, not dogmatism. He also has become even more skeptic towards democracy as this system, especially direct democracy, allows uninformed voters to have a say, which is a tool for kleptocrats and oligarchs to rise into power, resulting in a country becoming an immoral dictatorship. He has become supportive of aristocracy and noocracy instead of democracy or autocracy as the former two only allow the qualified, the noble, the intelligent, and the fittest to rule, which make the process in the country faster and more efficient than democracy.


    Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is a silent person that trusts no one as it considers no one as someone that truly care about it, although that it views other ideologues by personality, not by their ideologies. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought usually gets along with contemporary conservatives and economic liberals, most likely neoconservatives, neoliberals, or neo-libertarians. Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought abhors political demagogues such as socialists, communists, wokeists, populists, science deniers, fascists, jihadists, or pro-Eastern sympathizers. Despite being socially conservative, Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought despises Trumpists and paleoconservatives as those two groups of political demagogues seek to weaken NATO from the inside while submitting to the Russians, which will divide the West, because Trump wants the US to withdraw from NATO had he won the second term in the US Presidential Elections, and paleoconservatives want very similar things Trump wanted, the fact that modern paleocons in the US sympathize for anti-Atlanticist tyrants like Assad or Putin doesn’t help either. In conclusion, Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is fine with everyone in personality as long as you are not a dickhead towards it, because it views people in terms of their personalities rather than their ideologies.

    General Version
    The flag design of Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is based on the rotated flag of Thailand with the Coat of Arms of Mises Institute.

    1. Draw a circle
    2. Draw the flag of Thailand with horizontal lines rotated by 52 degrees with these following colors: #a51931, #f4f5f8, #2d2a4a
    3. Draw the Von Mises Coat of Arms.
      1. Draw a 4 quarter Shield.
      2. Make Top-Right and Bottom Left quarters Light Blue and the other two light Grey.
      3. Through the Grey quarters draw a thick red line.
      4. (Optional) Draw an opened Bible in bottom left corner and a Caduceus in the top right
    4. Draw the sunglasses and the Royal Thai Army officer cap.
    5. (Optional) Draw Heckler and Koch 416 assault rifle next to the ball like it is armed with the rifle.
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Crimson #a51931 165, 25, 49
    White #f4f5f8 244, 245, 248
    Dark Blue #2d2a4a 45, 42, 74
    Blue #007ed0 0, 126, 208
    Light Grey #d8d2d5 216, 210, 213
    Red #da0b0d 218, 11, 13

    Alternate Version
    The alternate flag design of Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought is based on the flag of Siam combined with the flag of the Dark Enlightenment.

    1. Draw a black ball with eyes.
    2. Draw a gold Elephant, based on the flag of Siam.
    3. Draw a circle around it.
    4. Above and Below the circle draw 2 lines of increasing length from it.
    5. Draw a cybernetic eye on the left side of the eyes and the Royal Thai Army officer cap.
    6. (Optional) Draw Heckler and Koch 416 assault rifle next to the ball like it is armed with the rifle.
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Black #000000 0, 0, 0
    Gold #fbc900 251, 201, 0

    Test Results


    Theories & Literatures

    Books That I Have Read
    Principles of Economics by Carl Menger
    Human Action by Ludwig von Mises
    Individualism and Economic Order by Friedrich A. Hayek
    The Road to Serfdom by Friedrich A. Hayek
    1984 by George Orwell
    Reflections on the Revolution in France by Edmund Burke
    The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
    The Invisible Hand by Adam Smith
    Race and Culture by Thomas Sowell
    Black Rednecks and White Liberals by Thomas Sowell
    Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell
    Democracy: The God That Failed by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
    End the Fed by Ron Paul
    For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto by Murray N. Rothbard
    The Ethics of Liberty by Murray N. Rothbard

    Books That I Want To Read
    Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
    Revolt Against the Modern World by Julius Evola
    Ride the Tiger: A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul by Julius Evola
    The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
    Anthem by Ayn Rand
    Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
    The Thirst for Annihilation: Georges Bataille and Virulent Nihilism by Nick Land
    Fanged Noumena: Collected Writings 1987-2007 by Nick Land
    The Dark Enlightenment by Nick Land
    An Open Letter to Open-Minded Progressives by Mencius Moldbug
    A Gentle Introduction to Unqualified Reservations by Mencius Moldbug
    How Dawkins Got Pwned by Mencius Moldbug
    Moldbug on Carlyle by Mencius Moldbug
    Patchwork: A Political System for the 21st Century by Mencius Moldbug
    From Aristocracy to Monarchy to Democracy: A Tale of Moral and Economic Folly and Decay by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
    Against Intellectual Property by Stephan Kinsella
    Leviathan or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Commonwealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil by Thomas Hobbes
    The Decline of the West by Oswald Spengler


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