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    Neonationalism is a File:Anarcho-Reactionarism.png culturally far-right (but pro-technology and pro-science), Ultranat.png ultranationalist, Totalitarian.png totalitarian, and economically ill-defined (But opposed to liberal, communist, and fascist economics) ideology. Neonationalism is totalitarian, and its government encompasses every aspect of society. It supports radical traditionalism in a similar vein to Superfash.png Julius Evola. However, it disagrees with the more mainstream interpretation of reactionarism, instead favoring a form of reactionarism that holds ultraconservative and anti-egalitarian values, while rejecting the notion of the past itself, wanting to impose its own institutions. Culturally, this makes it similar to Fut2.png Futurism , as it holds both far-left and far-right sympathies, while rejecting the orthodoxy of both sides. Neonationalism is also an environmentalist and a ultra-nationalist.

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    Neonationalism thinks that all industries, except for the service economy, should be nationalized for-profit (except for healthcare, education, and electricity, which would be free), and that each of these industries should be organized as one single government-owned megacorporation, which would utilize economic hierarchy, economic planning, and there would be markets in which these industries would purchase products from other industries. However, there is no competition within a single industry, as neonationalism sees competition as futile and not subservient to national interests. For this reason, Neonationalism is viewed as a corporatist, however he rejects the traditional fascist economy, and instead opts for a more totalitarian and communitarian form of corporatism proposed by Aristotle and Plato, in which the economy is completely subservient to the state.

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    Neonationalism believes in distribution of land and more widely-owned assets as opposed to concentration of wealth. He thinks that the service sector specifically should be dominated by private small businesses in which families use their own property to create said small businesses and ownership of them is passed down generation by generation. These small service sector businesses however would be required to join economic federations for their said industry in which they and the government can set and negotiate regulations. The government of course would have the final say.

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    Neonationalism believes in a specialized form of unions which would theoretically be employee-employer syndicates, which would be organized along industry lines. These unions would be controlled by the government and used as a function for employees, employers, and the government to all represent their interests within said industry.

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    Neonationalism also supports a government-owned guild system. These guilds would be separate and different from the unions, as they would be organized along lines of trade or craft as opposed to by industry. These guilds would allow for all the craftsmen of one profession to share their knowledge with one another and build a system of mutual support.

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    Neonationalism is a fan of a rather extreme form of economic protectionism, in which there aren't just extremely high tariffs, but where any imports and exports are completely and fully banned. The reasons for this are both in the name of national security, of which neonationalism cares so much about, and in the name of ultranationalism, not wanting any foreign influence on his country.

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    The neonationalist government likes to strictly oversee and regiment the economy. He supports relatively progressive income taxes. Neonationalism also favors getting rid of the sales tax, banning unhealthy products, and strictly regulating production to make sure it yields the highest amount while still being economically-friendly.

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    Neonationalism supports a generous social safety net as well as welfare benefits for his own citizens. Due to excess revenue from government control of the economy, neonationalism can provide universal healthcare, UBI, free post-secondary education, free childcare, and free electricity for his own people. He also has a generous social security programs for his citizens when they retire. There is also a national wealth dividend in which the government invests any excess revenues, and the wealth is divided among the people in bank accounts that they can only spend during economic depressions.

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    Neonationalism has a positive view on cameralism, in that the economy should work to enrich the state. However, this is not out of pure corruption, but rather because neonationalism believes that enriching the state is the best way to help the common people. He generally opts for lower, but not nonexistent, estate taxes and wealth taxes.

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    Neonationalism believes that Western civilization has an inherently warrior-like, Faustian spirit which must be protected at all costs. He believes that the cultural elites are trying to subvert the Faustian spirit. He is very pro-Western civilization and has an interest in fine arts, science, innovation, and pushes a culture of self-improvement and the pursuit of knowledge.

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    Neonationalism is culturally far-right, and wants to return to the social values and lifestyle of the Roman empire, which he views to be the peak of Western civilization and the purest manifestation of the Faustian spirit. He thinks that by doing this he can restore the Faustian spirit and his nation will evolve into a Western chauvinist, Neo-Roman Imperium. While believing this, neonationalism simultaneously wishes to reject the actual social institutions of the past, seeing such organizations as a subversion of traditional values, and instead wants to fuse traditional values with his own government-controlled institutions. Neonationalism promotes traditional gender roles, natalism, fundamentalism, and patriarchy.

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    Neonationalism, when applied to Western civilization, is a very devout Christian. However, neonationalism has had to adapt his own version of Christianity in order to suit his agenda. This form of the religion is very spiritualistic, and even has some Volkisch ideals connected to it. He also likes Gnostic Christianity, seeing the materialistic world of today as being antithetical to his spiritualistic Imperium. He draws inspiration from the traditionalist school of reactionary thought, and has a love-hate relationship with Julius Evola, due to the aforementioned Evola's skepticism of Christianity.

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    Neonationalism is a radical traditionalist who rejects the Enlightenment. Similar to his inspiration Julius Evola, he is anti-egalitarian, anti-liberal, anti-individualist, and anti-democratic. Even though he despises the current elite of society, he is strongly anti-populism, as he fears it would destroy natural hierarchy, instead seeing the current elite as being antithetical to the Faustian elite, with whom he wishes to restore an Ancien Regime. He does not see the enlightenment as the advent of science and technology that it was, and instead thinks that such advances were made solely due to the advent of Western civilization.

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    Neonationalism also wishes to ensure the supremacy of his nation, culture, and people. He supports education curriculums that instill extreme patriotism in the children of his nation, and supports the assimilation of any foreigners residing in his borders. He pushes a rebirth notion for his nation, hoping to spark what he calls a Faustian revolution, in order to restore the spirit that connects his nation, people and culture. This trait, alongside his authoritarianism, make him similar to fascism, however, similar to Evola, Neonationalism rejects fascism, saying that it, alongside liberalism and communism, has its roots in enlightenment philosophy, and that fascism concerns itself with material notions of a nation-state as opposed to his spiritual and idealistic notion of a nation-state.

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    Neonationalism also opts for militarism, and a soldier lifestyle, wishing to militarily regiment society. He supports mandatory military training for all males, and promotes a culture of obedience, loyalty, honor, and sacrifice.

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    While supporting traditional values and a traditional lifestyle, neonationalism is also pro-technology. He believes that technology is a way to display the achievements of his nation, and that it can be used to improve the lives of his people. He is somewhat moderate in this regard, as he opposes automation of jobs. However, he supports genetic engineering, seeing that as a means to eliminate the diseases of the modern day, and also as a means to strengthen his peoples gene pool. He supports most other technologies, such as the internet, as well as technologies to improve the military, and make life in general easier. Neonationalism rejects technologies that he thinks erode tradition and promote a culture of degeneracy and materialism.

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    The most powerful position within the neonationalist government is the Supreme Commander, who sits at the convergence of executive, legislative, judicial, bureaucratic, military, and religious power. The Supreme Commander has the final say in all matters, and will appoint the next in line, which is not necessarily hereditary.

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    • Reactsoc.png Reactionary Socialism - He's a cool dude but takes it too far (WAY too far). Also, learn to embrace technology!
    • Nazcaptransh.png Heinrich-Cheungism - We agree on a lot of stuff but I don't know about capitalism.
    • File:09Aism.png09Aism - You're a satanic degenerate but at least you also want to restore the Faustian spirit. The Imperium sounds based ngl...
    • EsofashHat.png Esoteric Fascism - We both read Evola, and he wants to defend EVROPA too, but Paganism isn't really my jam either.
    • Statecap.png State Capitalism - Also state-owned economy gang! Too bad you're a godless capitalist.
    • Statesoc.png State Socialism - Also also state-owned economy gang! Too bad you're a degenerate socialist.
    • Nietzsche-icon.png Nietzscheanism - He has more good ideas than bad ones but he rejects Christianity.
    • Fash.png Fascism - We agree on a lot of things but you have your roots in the enlightenment and your authoritarianism is inorganic and materialistic.

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