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    Prosperitarianism (//) is the new and current ideology of user Holon . It is Opposite Unity and syncretic.

    It is economically centre-left to third position, fiscally conservative, governmentally libertarian, socially progressive, legally paternalistic, culturally traditionalist, infrastructurally reactionary, and diplomatically syncretic.

    Basically, it is a Social Georgist, voluntary minarchist, progressive conservative (in detail, progressive traditionalist), civic nationalist and cultural nationalist, technoprimitivist, productive environmentalist (or green industrialist) ideology. It can also be considered radical centrist in nature.

    More specifically, however, it is a largely Opposite Unity framework developed in part based on a focus on many earthy developments and grassroots political factions across the world, it attempts to consolidate Georgism, corporatism, tripartism, distributism, Social Credit, yellow socialism, Bookchin Capitalism, participism, feudalism, agorism, Pirate politics, economic liberalism, fiscal conservatism, interculturalism, polyculturalism, civic cultural nationalism, galacticism, world confederalism, constitutionalism, kritarchism, monarcho-republicanism, panarchism, e-democracy, liquid democracy, voluntary minarchism, regionalism, localism, meritocracy, technopopulism, Nordic agrarianism, progressive reactionarism, centrist feminism, archeofuturism, Christian democracy, traditionalism, eco-conservatism, and productivism all into a single, unique ideology.

    The thread which holds all of these diverse ideological influences together is the belief in the philosophical concept of the holon, that everything in the universe is both a part and a whole at the same time. It has also been notably influenced by various movements in Canada (examples: Red Toryism and Pink Toryism), Europe (for instance, One-Nation Conservatism and Nordic Model), and Oceania. Productive transhumanism and free banking is utilized in order to deliver a gradual transition through automation from a market economy towards a gift economy.

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    Ideological Origins

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    Governance Policy

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    Legal Policy

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    Social Policy

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    Cultural Policy

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    Bioethical Policy

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    Technological Policy

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    Infrastructure Policy

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    Diplomatic Policy

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    Platforms

    Platforms are an important component of how ideologies are played out. So let's see how my ideology would work if it had its own party, likely named Solidarity in Prosperity (SIP). Here would be my platforms if I ran for office in my home country of Canada:

    Economics

    • Allow unions to initiate trade disputes.
    • Eliminate interprovincial trade restrictions.
    • Institute a Born Alive Act.

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    Municipal Overview

    A problem on the municipal level is heavy-handed government bureaucrats getting rid of beloved, treasured institutions at the expense of the local residents of neighbourhoods, while also failing to deliver the plans everyone actually desire, and I hope to change that if I ever become mayor.

    Fiscal

    • Oppose a luxury homes tax.
    • Abolish the municipal land transfer tax imposed by David Miller.
    • Abolish the property tax and replace it with a land value tax (LVT).

    Housing

    • Eliminate all zoning laws, and by extension, remove the entire Yellow Belt, freeing all areas for potential housing development.
    • Privatize Toronto Community Housing into a network of community land trusts (CLTs).

    Transit

    Transit-wise, Toronto is lacking, with only one proposal completed construction since the 1980s. Here is how I intend to fix the problem:

    • Revive the Yonge North Extension of Line 1 Yonge-University.
    • Revive the West to Mississauga Extension of Line 2 Bloor-Danforth from the TTC's Rapid Transit Expansion Study (2001).
    • Finish construction of Line 3 Ontario, extend it on the western side from the Exhibition station towards Swansea, and then upwards, connecting to Jane station on Line 2 Bloor-Danforth and then extending northwards up Jane Street to the Pioneer Village station (on Line 2 Yonge-University), thereby reviving the alignment of the Line 8 Jane LRT which was proposed in the original Transit City (2007) plan, and on the eastern side extend the line up to the Don Mills station (on Line 4 Sheppard) as outlined for the former Relief Line North extension in Yonge Relief Network Study (2015), and then along the same path as the cancelled Don Mills LRT proposal in The Big Move (2008) northwards up Leslie Street all the way up to Shoppes of the Parkway in Richmond Hill.
    • Fast-track Line 5 Eglinton, build the westward extension to Pearson Airport, and as for the eastward extension, merge the Line 7 Eglinton East extension back with the mainline Eglinton Crosstown, cancel the Sheppard spur and replace it with the aforementioned Line 4 Sheppard eastward extension to Port Union, redirect the extension to turn westward on Ellesmere Road to Neilson Road's northern terminus, then along Morningside Avenue to connect it with both the Finch maglev route and Steeles BRT.
    • Extend Line 6 Finch West on the western side, extending the line southwards to the Pearson Airport as outlined in the Transit City update (2009), connect it to Line 5 Eglinton's Renforth station, then revive the long-shelved Etobicoke RT from Network 2011 (1985) as a southbound extension along the hydro corridor to the old unfinished trackbed and roughed-in platform which was designed for it at the Kipling station on Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, from there, the line would be further extended to continue southwest along the transformer route to ultimately terminate at the 2150 Lake Shore megadevelopment, and then, on the eastern side, extend the line eastwards, turning north on Dufferin Street and terminating at the Keele Valley landfill redevelopment.
    • Revive the Line 8 Jane LRT.
    • Build an Islington BRT, extending from the 508 Lake Shore streetcar's New oronto station at the southern end, to a new Woodbridge station in the north.
    • Reinstate the 511 Bathurst streetcar extension to St. Clair Avenue, that was discontinued in 1966.
    • Reestablish Toronto's trolley bus system, which was abolished in 1993.
    • Restart and expedite the Harbour Express ferry project.
    • Expand the underground PATH system, including a new link to the Billy Bishop Airport Tunnel.
    • Oppose all highway tolls if they are presented.
    • Demolish Allen Road and revert it back to the original Project Spadina unveiled in 1971, this plot features filling the ditch with a complex of pyramid-shaped buildings containing 4,000 apartment units and 23,226 square metres of commercial space, as well as underground parking for 3,500 commuters using the Spadina subway line.
    • Finish the cancelled Highway 400 southern extension proposal from the old 1943 City of Toronto Planning Board plan, extending from Black Creek Drive down to the Gardiner Expressway, this time using an underground tunnel.
    • Re-enact the legendary 1967 Metro expressway plan to build the Scarborough Expressway (Gardiner Expressway Eastern Extension), through boring a tunnel extending from the Don Valley Parkway to Highway 2A. This automatically rejects both the hybrid option and boulevard option, instead building the Gardiner East project underground, both so that development can occur above ground, and to minimize traffic (having the best of both worlds).
    • Move Lakeshore Boulevard underneath the Gardiner Expressway in order to open up the Sunnyside waterfront for redevelopment.
    • Complete the Morningside Avenue extension to Steeles Avenue East.
    • Privatize the Toronto Parking Authority by selling off all of Toronto's parking lots (the funds created from this privatization will go towards eliminating the deficit).

    Institutions

    • Streamline the time-consuming, backlogged heritage designation process to secure historic preservation as quickly as possible, and make conservation permanent.
    • Privatize Toronto Hydro.
    • Stop the Ontario government's plan to destroy an important cultural institution, the Science Centre.
    • Conserve the iconic Go Karts Toronto and batting cages in Centennial Park and fight to reverse the Toronto government's iconoclastic decision to remove them.
    • Return the water park back to Ontario Place.
    • Reconstruct the Palace Pier, which was arsoned in 1963.
    • Bring back the Sunnyside Amusement Park, which was demolished in 1955.
    • Rebuild the fabled Hanlan's Hotel, which was burnt down in a fire in 1906. Located on the Toronto Islands, it is next to the Billy Bishop Airport, and will serve once again as an idyllic boon for tourists.
    • Preserve Riverdale Farm past 2027.

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    • CNN — hating on Trump is not a political ideology.
    • Fox News — while you may not be the worst, that's honestly not saying much.

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  • Hunter Avallone — while you seem to now have inherited some of Vaush's worst characteristics and are a bit surlier than I like, we do share quite a few opinions.
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    • Justin Trudeau — You can't get more meh than Justin Trudeau.

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    • Neo-TDRHism — Shockingly similar to my ideology: centre-left libertarianism, tripartism, distributism, technocracy, nationalism, environmentalism!
    • Silasism — Great ideology!
    • Amogus Suss Thought — Based Christian democracy and social libertarianism! Not too sure about redistribution of corporate wealth and banning HRT for minors, however, these minor concerns.
    • Polfax Thought — Pretty epic ideology. Especially the voluntary minarchism and extremely based social views. Could cut slightly back on the Austrian economics though.
    • Pantheonism — Endearingly wacky ideology! Sound familiar? Progressive conservatism, cultural patriotism, architectural reactionarism, lots of things to like! Based aside from the statism.
    • Dumnorixism — Based meritocracy, confederalism, progressive distributism, Georgism, and libertarian conservatism.
    • Third Addycakesball Thought — Epic ideology, minus the statism of course!
    • Benevolent Directism — Same thing as above!
    • Beryism — We both share Habesha ancestry and we’re libertarians, what a coincidence!
    • Omegaism — Fellow moderate centrist. Not bad, not bad. I'm basically a synthesis of you with Opposite Unity.
    • 2x2Masterism — OH YEAH G'DAY EESHAY MATE! TELL 'EM THAT I’M DOIN EETSWA! HAHA! Based Aussie, we're both libertarian monarchists and share very similar opinions on culture, being both cultural conservatives who seek to preserve holidays such as Christmas. (-36.11, +75.84%)

    Bittersweetness ⍻

    • Davilandism (//) — Libertarian feudalism, reactionary feminism, and medieval tinism are all based, but you have rather unscientific views surrounding LGBT people, as you seem to believe it’s a lifestyle choice (and thus potentially valid or invalid) to make rather than an unalterable biological reality, which basically means you are unknowingly surrendering to the liberal concept of all identities being social constructs: very common among American conservatives (not to mention how many pre-enlightenment societies didn’t have homogenous views on social topics, for example, the Greeks and Romans did not share these beliefs you express, unlike what you seem to think). Do you really choose who you're attracted to? I'm skeptical of full-on Austrian economics, and social darwinism is also a bit too much, but at least it is more moderate than that of JoeyFloppaism and is somewhat mitigated by your wholesome virtue ethics. And please don’t nuke Japan! (-68.66%, +71.50%)

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    Disapproval ✗

    • Erissianism — Your libertarianism and individualism would normally save you, but your extreme opposition to moralism and cultural traditions, fervour for insurrectionary anarchism, and vying for the end of masculinity, humanity, and organic life (even going as far as to support the extinction of species) are pretty cringe, enough for you to sink into the disapproval category. (-86.50%, +30.84%)
    • Canadian Communism - I hate Marxism-Leninism with a burning passion! How dare you glorify murderous dictators, Stalin of all people! (-90.53%, +23.26%)
    • Skeletron Thought - Somehow even worse than the last one. What's the appeal of totalitarianism anyway? (-95.64%, +1.85%)

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