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    Vynism //// is a comprehensive ideology that embraces Authoritarianism, Cultural Conservatism, Environmentalism, Internationalism, Religious Spirituality, and Corporatism with a paternal stable leader at the head of the state with differing systems of representation based on a peoples cultural origin. Vyn advocates for an organic state that renews itself and maintains its traditions and health like muscles in a body, the prioritization of the integration of both religious and scientific perspectives, and seeks to replace the prevailing Liberal World Order with alternate international institutions and multipolar global politics.

    Social Media/Contact

    Telegram: T.me/TheVynlazer


    Personality and Behaviour

    Despite His Worldview Extremism, He always tries to be kind, nice, compassionate, and good to people, He always strives for wholesome, good, and moral things only. He believes in the restoration of chivalry values, the beauty of the soul, nobility, humility, righteousness, compassion, help towards others, self-sacrifice, empathy, and kindness.

    I like Shin Megami tensei, community work, Dogs and animals, sharing food, sharing knowledge, and anime.

    Discussion Board


    HEW Thought

    • Vyn-Bestie!!! i love your stances and positions!!!

    User:Khomeinism - Hello, I have added you, if you can add me too.

    • Vyn- Based Iranian Friend!!!! My "monarchy is just a grand father figure that everyone can connect with and my state would act like Napoleon with a Emperial Republic instead of the Shah.

    Tiberius Thought-

    • Vyn- We get along well and we have fun together. Your cultural views is where the problems come in but we don't talk about that


     Niiloism -

    • Vyn- based

     Bread and Circuses Thought - Add?-

    • Vyn-based in the current world order but in my system no thanks. i want someone to cat call aoc in the middle of a session.

    Jefbol Thought -

    • Vyn- Cool guy with nice marxist analysists. Hopefully he doesn't buy into the fascism is cap in decay nonsense.


    Meridionalism - Add me?

    • Vyn- Your ideology seems pretty cool, i just dont like supporting the spanish republic because they murdered nuns for no reason and were masonic. I also dont like you liberal cultural progressivism or confederal statism. you would probably go in the frenemies tier

    Dissapointing, misguided

    Schumacherianism- add me? :D (also if you want me to add you can you chat me up in my page? thanks)

    • Vyn- Literally just a libertarian with luddite aesthetics. Very poor understanding of what socialism is, which boils down to the same tiring line of “socialism is when the government does stuff”. However, it’s to be expected from someone whose political background comes from watching ridiculous anti-communists like ShortFatOtaku and Ben Shapiro. I’m sorry, but I cannot take this seriously, especially after seeing you claim social democratic “economic progressives” are socialists and are responsible for capitalism’s problems, and with you being an unironic neoconservative libertarian. Also capitalism in the way we view it today exists because of industrialism, so I'm confused how you reconcile capitalism and anti-industrialism

    Brazilian Liberalism -

    • Vyn- you want 'economic freedom" because it allegedly makes a society rich. It does not, it makes the capitalists rich and not the people. it still keeps the people as wage slaves. You should look at bismarcks welfare state for inspiration of a competent welfare state. The one we have where you lose it if you work is not compatible with a society. deficit spending is okay if the GDP goes up at a greater rate than the deficit. Private banking is terrible I agree. The free market doesn't exist because it is the state of nature it is nasty brutish and short, you shouldn't advocate for a free market. Most industries should be publicly owned just like distribution. I agree with most of your taxes except carbon because that makes everything expensive. your public reform and tripartism is good. WHst stops lgbt people from being given the same rights as people is that they are completely different people. as a doctor I don't treat all patients the same they have different needs and different afflictions. A person who is lgbt has problems that are within them that need to be fixed, while other people attack the person with no compassion, I instead have compassion to them, they are not my enemy,they are people that need help the same way a drug addict needs help. Feminismis just capitalist exploitation of women. It turns women into inferior men that can weaponized against other women and men. abortions are the failsafe of the capitalist system. Maternity leave is not possible when abortion is around. Trans does not exist and is mostly mental illness, it got strongarmed into society by people that woanted to make a new eunuch class in society to get a profit. Marijuana is a highly addictive drug that causes short-term memory loss, malaise, psychosis in predisposed individuals, violence and violent fits, as well as impairment of physical and mental functioning. I don't want open borders because it should be known who is in a country for safety reason, not everyone is good even tho I want them to be. Indigenous people are in a tough place because a lot of their reservations are poorly run slums that don't use their money well and are miny absolute fiefdoms. Its sad. Zionism is cringe, their entire existence is white supremacy and genocide. Your Brazilian neoconism is gross, economic imperialism is disgusting.

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    My beliefs are huge and are often contradictory because they are like water and are made for certain situations. But also like water I have certain principles that i follow.



    Vynism views are considered Reactionary modernist. He believes in using and learning from the past to adapt in modern circumstances. He Believes a Church State Symposium is the solution to societies ills by allowing an institution that has created social cohesion and stability a stronger voice in the society that it creates. Thus it is opposed to Communism, Liberalism, Anarchy, and Capitalism. Vynism is extremely influenced by Perrenialist and Theosophist School ideas believing every Religion has at least some truth in itself and ultimately leads to God. He believes God forms both personality, energy of totality of universe and nature making Him an extreme form of Idealistic Monist and Pantheist. He believes corruption, sin, wickedness, and evil is not separate force, but rather a byproduct of false ego.

    Societal Worldview

    When it comes to societal worldview Vyn stands for:

    Limited Racial Nationalism combined with Limited Ethnic Nationalism, Anti-Vulgar Racism

    Vynism believes that Ethnicity is a biological reality and should be protected but does not demonize racemixing like others do.

    To solve ethnic conflict Vyn believes:

    • The creation of an apocalyptic situation to force unity.
    • Mandated autarkic ethnic zones for people with a population size suitable for reproduction.
    • Shade Zones for ethnic dialogue between ethnicities and people
    • Cosmopolitan zones in most resource heavy areas and along coasts.

    Vyn does not believe in a white race as a racial category and instead sees it as a social category because Europeans have more differences among eachother than what they share (for example Italians have more in common with Arabs than they do with Nords) . Despite this Vyn does not believe that people in this group should have their cultures and identities removed.

    For people that are mixed to the point where they cannot completely assimilate into a race they can have a spot in the Cosmic Race which will be subsidized.

    Anti-SemitismAnti-Judaism, Anti-Zionism

    Vyn believes to be consistent with his anti-racist beliefs he must be anti-Semitic

    He sees Jews as a parasitic people that have veered away from their texts in favor of Talmudic exploitation as seen in their apartheid state in Palestine and their exploitation of other people through lobbying and control of international monetary systems. He also sees secular Jews as being subconsciously affected by the narcissistic nature of Judaism even if they don't consciously align themselves with Judaism. To answer the Jewish question, Vyn wants mandatory family seperation as well as sterilization.

    Preferably Vyn wishes that Jew's would not exist


    Vyn beleieves the social justice that progressives flock to is false and consumerist they don't want to change the system they want to suck up to it. Liberal Social Justice is a white supremacist "civilizing effort".


    Vyn is against the concept of LGBT, not the people affected by it. He sees people that have these beliefs as being infected and exploited by capitalist and liberal forces, and as not conducive to a creative expanding society.

    Vyn opposes LGBT for the following reasons:

    • LGBT is a bourgeois perversion that degenerates society. Just as I would not allow for drug dealers to come into society I wouldn't allow gender ideologues into society. I won't kill them, I would send them to rehabilitation that doesn't feel like a prison center, drug user's and homosexual's are not criminals, they are sick people who need our help.
    • LGBT behaviour and mannerism degenerate society by removing the building block of society the traditional family(not the nuclear family) they have nothing productive to add to any democratic process which depends on procreation(infertile people don't create a broad community of infertility, they see it as a condition.)[1]
    • LGBT is a capitalist creation to make a class of constant consumers. For example LGBT has a short term time preference because of their lack of a traditional family structure
    • LGBT attacks language which creates difficulty for communication
    • LGBT has an incoherent metaphysical system and does not realize they make metaphysical claims

    Vyn would implement the following policies to remove LGBT

    • Treating LGBT spreaders like drug dealers legally
    • Implement dont ask dont tell policies
    • Allow for rehabilitation in less severe cases


    There is no reason to have sex with children it is out of the question completly

    Anti-Liberal Globalism

    Anti-Liberal Multiculturalism

    Liberal multiculturalism is consumerist and anti cultural,

    In America there is this idea of a multicultural melting pot. This Idea is only good when you choose what goes into the pot in order to make a stew. A stew with just unseasoned chicken is bland. That is why you add spices and vegetables. You don't add something to the stew that does not compliment with the other flavours.

    The Mass migration capitalism causes uproots people from their communities and creates a false multiculturalism by depriving economic opportunity from the third world. This economic opportunity also deprives cuylture from these people


    Vyn believes that the granting of political power to women on a mass scale has led to disastrous consequences to the world. He believes that this process has psychologically damaged women into wanting to be men and work in male environments to the detriment of their health and societal health. Vyn believes feminism is a capitalist scheme that contributes to consumerism and uses women as weapons against working men and working men against women. The end result of this is what is seen today with women turning to prostitution like only fans to prey upon the loneliness caused by capitalism. Vyn believes by dismantling patriarchy, we have lost some things of value: the protective father, the responsible man, the paternalistic attitude that exhibits care and compassion, rather than simply placing constraints on freedom. This has resulted in a horizontal, competitive society that suits consumer capitalism very well, one in which there is no power outside the market and state. Those who oppose injustice should think twice before denouncing patriarchy.

    To fix this process vyn believes in:

    • Removing Women's right to vote unless the join the army to become tomboys.
    • Removing Abortion Rights
    • Removing women from the workforce(we should have more consequences to going to war).


    Prostitution and Porn are women's only staple ability to earn money throughout history in the modern world

    I believe that this will lead to the major inflation as half the population can make the same wage as a factory worker from doing something that gives them pleasure equivalent to drugs. Prostitution is not the equivalent to a factory worker and actively hampers sustainable birthrates, sexuality, and societal moral health. contributing to societies destruction. It is the nuclear option for women and one of the main reasons they should not have the same privileges they have now.


    Marxism has an insufficient view of society and doesn't use morality for its values. It sees capitalism and its effects on economics instead of its effects on culture and society. I agree with it on economics but am not a full Marxist.


    Usury and its consequences have been a disaster for humanity. Getting money through doing nothing and sabotaging anothers misfortune is evil.


    Liberalism, with its emphasis on individual freedom and autonomy, has fragmented society, turning people into atomized individuals disconnected from their heritage, history, and community. It rejects collective identities and the bonds that traditionally hold societies together, privileging personal desires over communal responsibility. This ideology prioritizes market forces and economic gain, leading to oligarchic structures that concentrate wealth and power in the hands of a few, while the majority are left to navigate a world increasingly devoid of shared moral grounding. Liberal societies provide no strong common values, fostering a culture where authority, family, and tradition are undermined in the name of personal freedom. The result is a society that celebrates an abstract notion of individualism, ultimately causing cultural erosion, social disorder, and the destruction of meaningful connections. It is an ideology that thrives on the illusion of freedom while actually facilitating corporate control and societal decay.

    Anti-Liberal Democracy

    What is liberal democracy?

    Vynism believevs a liberal democracy meets the following traits:

    1. All adult citizens enjoy the right to vote or hold public office.[2]
    2. Representatives (elected officals) are held accoutable thanks to constitutional limits on power.
    3. Citizens have vast civil freedoms (e.g., freedom of speech) with minimal restrictions.

    Why does Vynism oppose liberal democracy?

    In the mind of Vynism, liberal democracy sounds great on paper; but, in practice it always devolves into a queer, revolting combination of ochlocracy and plutocracy. By allowing every citizen the ability to vote or hold public office—without accounting for one's virtue or merit—subverters of the nation are free to affect change from the bottom-up through grassroots activism and rallying the impulsive herd to their cause. And liberal democracies also bestow unique advantages upon the wealthy. Those who succeed the most in a liberal-democratic system are moneyed interests who have the financial resources to launch expensive electoral campaigns. Furthermore, due to freedom of speech, more money means more speech, allowing the rich to not only manipulate the masses but also to manipulate elected officials (who tend to be wealthy themselves). This means liberal democracies placate the unwashed masses, lick the boots of the bourgeois, or seek to combine the two. Contrary to what defenders of liberal democracy say, Vynism sees corporate lobbying as a symptom of the problem, not the problem itself.


    A common good consists in those needs and concerns that are identified in the ordinary requirements of ordinary people. The common good is the sum of the needs that arise from the bottom up, and which can be more or less supplied, encouraged, and fortified from the top-down.  In a good society, the goods that are “common” are daily reinforced by the habits and practices of ordinary people. Those habits and practices form the common culture, such as through the virtues of thrift, honesty, and good memory.  However, once such a common culture is weakened or destroyed, the only hope is a renewal and reinvigoration by a responsible governing class.  A politics of the common good makes a good life more likely, even the default, for commoners.

    “Politics ought to have care of the common good, that is to say, the duty of creating an order in which personal fulfillment is possible, where man might be able to completely fulfill his destiny.”

    Danielou pointed to the duty of those charged with leading the political order not to deprive ordinary people of the ability both to participate in and realize the essential goods of human life.  It is not enough to ensure their freedom to pursue such goods; rather, it is the duty of the political order to positively guide them, and provide the conditions for the enjoyment of, the goods of human life.  “Religious liberty,” “academic freedom,” “free markets,” and “checks and balances,” etc., are no substitutes for piety, truth, equitable prosperity, and good government.  The liberal order maintains that the absence of constraint in these and all other domains is the sufficient condition for people to attain fulfillment.  The liberal sovereign treats all people equally, assuming that radically free human beings are equally capable of achieving the goods of human life. It is the liberal equivalent of the old Anatole France quip, “The law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal their bread.”

    What we should notice is that it is ordinary people – the “working class,” citizens in “flyover country,” “essential workers” – are increasingly those who enjoy theoretical liberty and few of the substantive goods that are supposed to flow from their individual choice.  As a political order, we have provided them “the pursuit of happiness,” but deprived them of happiness.

    Those who seek to advance the common good should attend especially to the profound ordinariness of the concept – how it can be tested especially by reference to an answer to the question, “how are regular people doing today?”


    This goes against the ideology and foundation of America not the American people. America was founded as a liberal masonic hive of individualism.


    Progressivism is built upon the false Whig historical presupposition and the assumption that things that are old must be outdated. This has led to the fragmented capitalist society we see now. The entirety of their world view comes from postmodernism and John Stuart mill which has led to degeneration of society where they think they can stop a flood by not stopping the source of the problem. for example they want universal healthcare yet want open borders.


    This removes purpose from people and leads to degeneracy.



    Satanism believes in the following


    Lust is one of the Seven Deadly Sins from Abrahamic Lore, which is directly condemned in the Sixth and Ninth Commandments. Like all of the capital sins, lust is considered to be a gateway to other forms of immorality. Lust is a form of intemperance which is directed towards sexual pleasure.

    While lust can be a physical form of perverted sex (such as when sex is not open to procreation or is not in proper marital unity), it can also be in impure and excessive desires for said pleasure. It is related to other sins such as gluttony, among other forms of abusing earthly pleasure. In Buddhism, one of the Ten Precepts used to train novice monks tells them to refrain from lust. In Hinduism, Krishna proclaims lust to be one of the sins that is a gateway to hell.


    Gluttony is the overindulgence and overconsumption of anything to the point of waste. One reason for its condemnation is that the gorging of the prosperous may leave the needy hungry.

    Medieval church leaders such as Thomas Aquinas took a more expansive view of gluttony, arguing that it could also include an obsessive anticipation of meals and overindulgence in delicacies and costly foods.


    Greed is one of the Seven Deadly Sins, meaning that it can lead a person to do other things immoral or act as a motivator for evil. Also known as "covetousness", "avarice", or simply as "greed"; all describe an excessive desire to possess something. A person may commit greed through coveting other's possessions or qualities, or by willing to do something evil to get power, money, physical possessions, or knowledge. The demon that represents greed is Mammon and the corresponding virtues for greed are generosity and detachment. Greed is condemned in the Tenth Commandment.


    Sloth is one of the Seven Deadly Sins from Abrahamic Lore. Sloth is a sluggishness towards doing good. It is a kind of laziness which is not interested in other people's prosperity, but only in whatever is easy. Sins like idleness, negligence, and despair can all come from sloth. Unlike the other seven deadly sins, which are sins of committing immorality, sloth is a sin of omitting responsibilities. It may arise from any of the other capital vices; for example, a son may omit his duty to his father through anger. The state and habit of sloth is a mortal sin, while the habit of the soul tending towards the last mortal state of sloth is not mortal in and of itself except under certain circumstances. Sloth subverts the livelihood of the body, taking no care for its day-to-day provisions, and slows down the mind, halting its attention to matters of great importance. Sloth hinders the man in his righteous undertakings and thus becomes a terrible source of human's undoing.

    The demon that represents Sloth is Belphegor and the corresponding virtue is diligence and zealotry.


    Wrath is one of the Seven Deadly Sins from Abrahamic Lore. It is based on the emotion anger and if left uncontrolled it leads to violence, hatred, self-destructiveness and bloodthirst. It can manifest in many ways such as becoming a vigilante, revenge and being impatient. Originally, the sin also represented hatred for oneself as well as external hatred. Committing suicide is viewed ultimate expression of hatred for oneself as a result. The demon that represents this sin is either Satan, Amon or Moloch. The corresponding virtue is patience.

    In Hinduism, anger is equivalent with sorrow as a form of unrequited desire. It is one of the five hindrances in Buddhism.


    Envy is one of the Seven Deadly Sins, and it is a form of resentment directed at other people's success and achievement. Rather than lovingly rejoice in another person's happiness, envy acts bitterly and seeks to bring the person down. Envy is often brought up from a fear that another person's goodness takes away from one's own. Its associated demon is Leviathan and its corresponding virtue is Kindess or Love.


    Pride is one of the Seven Deadly Sins from Abrahamic Lore and is the most vile of the seven, as it is the source of the others. It is an inflated desire to be more important than others, attractive than others, refusing or failing to acknowledge the good work of others, and excessive love of one's self. It is often synonymous with hubris, which is extreme pride. The demon that represents Pride is Lucifer, whose Pride led him to oppose God as he viewed himself above him. His defeat at God's hands and fall from grace gave rise to the phrase "Pride before a fall". The corresponding virtue is humility. Pride can also be an emotion with good thoughts behind it, such as satisfaction with one's or others' choices. National Pride is born out a love for one's nation and its people, while racial pride is born out of love for one's fellow race.

    Pride, also known as hubrisor futility. It is considered the original and worst of the seven deadly sins on almost every list, the most demonic.It is also thought to be the source of the other capital sins. Pride is the opposite of humility.

    Pride has been labeled the mother of all sins and has been deemed the devil's most essential trait. C.S. Lewis writes in Mere Christianity that pride is the "anti-God" state, the position in which the ego and the self are directly opposed to God: "Unchastity, anger, greed, drunkenness and all that, are mere fleabites in comparison: it was through Pride that the devil became the devil: Pride leads to every other vice: it is the complete anti-God state of mind." Pride is understood to sever the spirit from God, as well as His life-and-grace-giving Presence.

    One can be prideful for different reasons. Author Ichabod Spencer states that "spiritual pride is the worst kind of pride, if not worst snare of the devil. The heart is particularly deceitful on this one thing." Jonathan Edwards said: "remember that pride is the worst viper that is in the heart, the greatest disturber of the soul's peace and sweet communion with Christ; it was the first sin that ever was and lies lowest in the foundation of Satan's whole building and is the most difficultly rooted out and is the most hidden, secret and deceitful of all lusts and often creeps in, insensibly, into the midst of religion and sometimes under the disguise of humility."

    The modern use of pride may be summed up in the biblical proverb, "Pride goeth before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall" (abbreviated "Pride goes before a fall", Proverbs 16:18). The "pride that blinds" causes foolish actions against common sense. In political analysis, "hubris" is often used to describe how leaders with great power over many years become more and more irrationally self-confident and contemptuous of advice, leading them to act impulsively.


    Drug's get you addicted to an unhealthy self destructive lifestyle.


    1. Alcohol leads to weight gain.
    2. Alcohol interferes with memory and learning.
    3. Alcohol increases the likelihood that you will use other drugs.
    4. Alcohol increases your risk of developing cancer.
    5. Alcohol can lead to liver disease and other severe, chronic diseases.
    6. Alcohol may trigger emotional or past traumatic experiences.
    7. Alcohol can lead to dependence and alcoholism.
    8. Alcohol increases depression and anxiety.
    9. Alcohol accelerates the aging process.
    10. Alcohol disrupts normal sleeping patterns.

    They ask you about wine (khamr) and gambling. Say, "In them is great sin and [yet, some] benefit for people. But their sin is greater than their benefit." — Qur'an 2:219,

    "O you who acknowledge, Do not go near prayer, (Salat) while you are stupified (under influence), until you know what you are saying" —   Qur'an 4:43

    O you who have believed, indeed, intoxicants (khamr), gambling, [sacrificing on] stone altars [to other than God], and divining arrows are but defilement from the work of Satan, so avoid it that you may be successful. —  Qur'an 5:90



    My friend died of the Covid vaccine, He was a perfectly healthy 32 year old father of 4 and he died in his sleep unexpectedly. He would always go out of his way to make sure people were fed and happy giving free food to the needy and making a multicultural kitchen where all could be welcome. Big pharma and their capital greed to turn us into lab rats robbed me of a friend, the community of a beacon, a wife of a husband and 2 daughters of a father just so some capitalists could watch a bar go up.

    Animal Rights Advocacy




    Vyn defines socialism(or whatever he wants other than capitalism) as:

    An ethical doctrine which argues that the economy—the means of producing, distributing, and consuming commodities, and the surplus value (profits) generated therein—should be geared towards social ends, as opposed to the private wealth accumulation (Mammon) of employers or wage labor (capitalists).

    He defines social ends as that which advances the cause of social justice; " Essentially that which elevates the totality of life— the common good—within the organic state. Social ends then be anything which promotes social equality and welfare for the general public. What Vyn considers "social ends" include:

    • Affordable food
    • Affordable housing
    • Affordable medical care
    • Distributive justice
    • Equality of opportunity
    • Full employment
    • Inclusivity
    • Poverty alleviation
    • Public infrastructure
    • Worker's rights

    Unlike the communist mode of production advocated for by Karl Marx, socialism would preserve few elements of the capitalist mode of production: Entrepreneurship, limited wage labor, commodity production, self-motivation, etc. But socialism, when applied in full, would negate capitalism's worst excesses through the redistribution of surplus value towards social ends; moreover, private wealth accumulation would be made negligible through other policy efforts like the land tax.


    Vynism wants an economic system oriented towards social justice for people. It would ensure that every citizen has enough to participate in and enjoy the benefits of a cooperative national ecos; but, it would also cultivate the the skills of the gifted and talented, allowing them to advance civilization. The archetypal economy would be a mixed economy which fosters:

    • Tripartite cooperation between labor, employers, and government.
      • Vyn's economic beliefs advocate for the organization of society into specialized employment sectors, such as agriculture, military, engineering and others, referred to as "corporations". Individuals are assigned to these corporations based on their interests and skills, and their employment is aligned with the goals set by the government, such as achieving a monthly production target of 40,000 cars. Corporatism promotes a cross-class system of regulation, where workers, employers, and the state engage in negotiations to efficiently manage the economy and ideally satisfy all parties involved.
    • Equitable distribution of capital goods.
    • State dominance of strategic industries.
    • Generous wealth redistribution.

    Vynism's economic model is very similar to modern social democracy and even retains some elements of the Third Way. However, he is friendlier to state guidance and market socialist advocacy than many Western center-left parties, making him comparable to the Nordic Model.

    Anti Capitalism

    "Capital is an abstract parasite, an insatiable vampire and zombie maker; but the living flesh it converts into dead labor is ours, and the zombies it makes are us".

    Capitalism is a system which prioritizes profit over human health and well being. Vyn considers wage labour to be a form of slavery and wanted to abolish the wage system. On housing he criticized rent because for him it compromised freedom and instead wanted people to own their own homes. He wanted income to be a partnership between people and for people to manage their own income instead of gaining it from others through charity or wages. He wanted people to own their own lands rather than having it rented from another person which he considered to infringe on freedom.

    He is very opposed to capitalism, claiming its immoral, materialist, and wicked system which is a byproduct of modernity. He is a supporter of Limited individual private property, natural agrarian socialism, and at the same time, he is opposed to wage labor, large private corporations, and "work" in the unnatural sense of a consumption economy. He hates big businesses which he sees as unnatural and abusive economic entities to man. He also is extremely opposed to modern banking, and sees it as extremely evil and immoral, with things such as usury. He is opposed to capitalism. He also supports an eco-friendly economy and fair trade protectionism.

    Public Sector

    Vynism favors socializing the economy's critical industry. He defines critical industry as sectors which are vital to people's development sovereignty and typically dominate economic life (i.e., they employ large numbers of people or drive consumer spending). Oil, for instance, fuels all economic and social life—from access to food to the military affairs.

    Vynism would socialize these sectors through social wealth funds (SWFs)—"collectively held financial funds, fully owned by the public and used for the benefit of society as a whole"[3]—and some for-profit state-owned enterprises (SOEs). There would be five results from this policy:

    1. The strengthening of people's development, for industries critical to to its security and health are under state control (making it harder for subversive elements to undermine them).
    2. By keeping the industries under state control, the State now exerts influence over the whole economy.
    3. Countries critical industries each generate hundreds of billions of dollars a year,[4] which can be utilized to maintain a balanced budget and fund a generous welfare state.
    4. As SWFs hope to maximize returns on investment, firms owned by them will pursue global trade with state backing combined with his interventionist foreign policy.
    5. Minority shares (controlling or otherwise depending on the situation) can be owned by investors (domestic and very restricted foreign) and workers, promoting both development and equality.

    The sectors Vynism would socialize are:

    • Agriculture (namely farming)
      • People walk on their stomachs so food has to be a states responsibility.
    • Natural resources (i.e., land and mining)
      • Vyn wants the State to collect all economic rents dealing with natural resources (including land, mining, and petroleum).
    • Heavy manufacturing
      • Most manufacturing industries are best left in state hands. Semiconductor manufacturing, for instance, fuels the technology Americans take for granted while being worth billions. Socializing these industries is critical to maintaining a balanced budget and national security.
    • Military industry
    • Guns
      • 3D-printed guns and the deep web pose a serious national security risk as people can form criminal enterprises selling firearms without the State's purview. Monopolizing the gun trade—with the government using the gains to fund programs which minimize gun-related violence—would benefit the State.
    • Finance (i.e., banks)
    • Healthcare
    • Education

    National Guilds

    Vynism's ideal regime would achieve economic democracy through what he calls National Guilds. Each industry or trade in the economy (especially ones which fall outside of critical industry) will have one National Guild; each will be headed by nine representatives of three groups:

    • Workers: All employees of a given industry or trade across the nation—irrespective of their role or starting position—will democratically elect three of the National Guild's representatives.
    • Employers: Business owners, executives, and managers will democratically elect three representatives of their in the same manner workers do.
    • Government: The central government will appoint three experts to represent the nation's interests as a whole.

    The Guilds will coordinate all economic activity for their profession. Including, but not limited to, the following:

    • Commodity prices
    • Hiring practices
    • Maximum wage/salaries
    • Minimum wage/salaries
    • Training
    • Work-life balance
    • Working conditions

    Employee Ownership

    Today, financial capital is what fuels wealth accumulation; most profits do not stem from wage labor, but investment in stocks and immaterial gains's. This the reason CEOs often times purchase thousands of dollars of their own stocks:[5] It is a reliable source of profits and is the main driver of wealth inequality apart from land speculation. Vynism wants all private corporations, especially ones with more than 500 workers, to be majority employee-owned. The goal is that most of the revenue generated in financial markets go to the workers themselves. An example of this in the United States today is WinCo Foods, where long-time employees in otherwise simple positions (e.g., bagging groceries) own millions of dollars worth in stock.[6]

    It would be required by law that at least 50% of a company's board of directors must be democratically elected by employees. This way the interests of workers are balanced with the company's desire to maximize all profits; although the fact they are already majority employee-owned would entail greater overlap. The national unions would ensure all companies are conforming to the greater national interest either way.

    Social Georgism

    How Schottism's site value tax would pay for itself.

    Vyn is a strong supporter of a 100% tax levied on the unimproved value of sites (site value taxation or SVT). He believes land and other natural resources rightly belong to people. And that the long-term consequences of land speculation (i.e., skyrocketing rents and artificial housing shortages) are intolerable. Social justice for him necessitates SVT, which would be equivalent to the common ownership and leasing of land. If one were to claim a piece of territory and seek to make money off it, they must pay a tax based on its unimproved value (i.e., the value of the site determined by externalities). In relation, Schott also is a strong advocate of social wealth funds (SWFs) which will ensure state dominance of natural resources: especially their commercial exploitation (e.g., mining). He also wants SWFs to own most securities in finance and to purchase shares in successful corporations to influence management and accumulate even more profits. He also would implement:

    • A progressive inheritance tax (on both liquid and non-liquid assets) to be a check on excessive inequality in wealth and opportunity.
    • A Harberger tax on patents and copyrights, so the State is entitled to a percentage of the rents derived from intellectual property.

    Vyn wants economic rents and SWFs to be the primary source of state revenue. The money would go towards strategic-industrial policies, public-private partnerships, military spending, education, and other cases of State "nudging". This way, both site values and the profits derived from commercially exploiting natural resources rise, ensuring a constant flow of cash. In addition, the money would fund welfare programs, including:

    • The Freedom Dividend: All Americans above the age of 18 will receive $1,000/month in the mail, no questions asked; those below that will get $500/month.[Note 1]
    • Medicare for All: While healthcare services will be Diversified into state and private entities (i.e., hospitals), their expenses will be covered by a national health insurance scheme which replaces private health insurance.
    • Federal Jobs Guarantee: All unemployed Americans will be able to work in the public sector (e.g., infrastructure projects) until they acquire the skills or resources to find private-sector labor.

    Deontological Arguments

    Georgists generally believe that land naturally belongs to all people for a very simple reason: no one invented land, therefore nobody can claim a special monopoly on land or other natural resources found in land such as coal or various metals.

    Georgists often compare land and oxygen/air in the sense that nobody invented it as it is a natural resource. If we have established that nobody invented air we therefore should naturally accept that nobody should be given special monopiles over the air we breathe since no one invented it, it follows that this should also apply to land — a resource that, much like air, no one has invented and therefore no one can claim special ownership or monopoly rights too.

    Therefore if you wish to own land and keep the general population off your land, Georgists propose you should pay a LVT (Land Value Tax) for the privilege of owning that land and it's resources. As opposed to just hoarding a monopoly on a item which you did not invent and therefore can claim no special privilege too.

    In short, no one invented land therefore you should pay a land value tax for the right to use the land you claim to own.

    Consequential Arguments

    Georgists believe that implementation of a Land Value Tax would help with problems such as Speculation and undeveloped land, and would allow us to cut down on other taxes.

    Georgists believe that because an LVT taxes unimproved land, Land Hoarders who just buy land and wait for it to become more expensive as time goes on without improving it will be taxed on the value of that land completely, giving them no profit. And because landlords have an incentive to make money, they’ll have to actually develop and improve their land.

    Georgists also believe that a Land Value Tax would put down rents and housing costs. Since unused space would be taxed, landlords and developers would have an extra incentive to create more housing on said unused space, which would increase supply and lower prices.

    And of course because it inherently put money into the government, Georgists believe that this money should be redistributed to the people in some way. Originally, Henry George believed that an LVT would be able to abolish all other taxes, as well as providing Public Transportation and a UBI, but most Georgists think his belief was unrealistic. Most Georgists believe that an LVT could replace current property taxes, cut other taxes, and perhaps still increase revenue when combined with similar measures such as taxes on negative externalities (which Georgists near-universally support).

    In short, Georgists believe that a Land Value Tax would be able to cut rents, end Speculation and lower taxes.


    Most productive People hate the idea of socialized medicine since they think that they will pay more into it than they will get out of it, and they are right. People who take care of their health—i.e., exercise and avoid smoking, junk food, excessive drink, and recreational drugs—should also hate the idea of socialized medicine, since they will be paying for the cancer treatments of chain-smokers, the triple bypasses of lard-asses, the venereal diseases of the oversexed and impulsive, and the diabetes, cirrhosis, dialysis, obesity, etc. of the overfed and overindulgent.

    A socialized healthcare system should not exploit the health-conscious to coddle the sickly and self-destructive.It should award health-conscious people certain benefits and penalize people who do not take care of their health appropriately, so perhaps they would take better care of themselves.

    Vynism advocates for a generous but paternal welfare state. He has 3 reasons for this

    1. For those who want to climb the social ladder, redistributive programs ensure they have the financial resources to unlock their true potential.
    2. Some degree of wealth redistribution is necessary to everyone has a relatively equal starting position in life.
    3. As land or other natural resources rightly belong to the society, residents should be entitled to a cut of its commerical use.

    In other words, Vynism's reasoning reflects his conception of social justice Specific programs he favors include:

    • National Dividend
      • Whatever is left over of the revenue derived from the taxing of economic rents and state-owned enterprises (including sovereign wealth funds), upon funding the other social programs and essential government functions, would fund a monthly basic income for all Americans.
    • Medicare For All
      • All Americans would be enrolled in a national health insurance program which covers all healthcare provision[7]—from dental to check-ups—while banning duplicate private-sector programs.
    • Housing
      • The State will ensure all Americans will have affordable housing; nobody, not even drug addicts, will be without a roof over their head.
    • Unemployment Insurance
      • Those are who are out of the job market will be paid half what they made in earnings until they secure better work.
    • Vocational Training
      • All Americans will be able to acquire marketable skills with government financing.
    • Taxation of Vices/Incrementally move towards Prohibition
      • Divert all the monies raised from cigarette and liquor taxes to the healthcare system, so that people who smoke and drink subsidize their own care.
      • Tax junk food for the same purpose. Make corn syrup more expensive than caviar. Return to a society where obesity is a rare sign of great wealth rather than a common sign of poverty.
      • Give tax breaks for healthy lifestyle choices: joining gyms, taking yoga classes, quitting smoking and drinking, etc. Change zoning laws to mandate mixed-used development and walkable communities.

    Post Industrialism

    Post-Industrialism is a technological and social stage of development in which the economic output of manufacturing is surpassed by the economic output of the service sector. It is distinguished by a technological focus on electronics and communication technologies as opposed to analogue technologies and heavy machinery of Industrialism.

    Fair-Trade Protectionism

    Fair-Trade Protectionism is a version of protectionism that is designed to help producers in developing countries achieve sustainable and equitable trade relationships. The fair trade movement combines the payment of higher prices to exporters with improved social and environmental standards. The movement focuses in particular on commodities, or products that are typically exported from developing countries to developed countries, but is also used in domestic markets, most notably for handicrafts, coffee, cocoa, wine, sugar, fruit, flowers, and gold.

    Everyone deserves fair trade and to not be exploited by countries that are bigger than them. Everyone in the world is our brother and the want to compete with each other and dominate each other leads to Environmental and ecological damage.



    I am 100% theocratic in terms of governance, as I oppose the separation of the state and the church, as the religious clergy is necessary for the organic state to be run under the guidance of Christianity and its values, to keep society stable, moral, and free. The clergy and the state are to complement each other, exhibiting mutual respect with neither institution presuming to dominate the other. However, a theocracy can also have freedom of religion too, such as the Austro-Hungarian Empire. However, the religious clergy should not try to dominate2 the state like the Papal States, which goes against the Symphonia of Orthodox Christianity. Modern secular states or dictatorships are always tyrannical as those types of states have materialistic cults of personalities that delude people away from what’s truly moral or not and seek to destroy the organicism that makes the state stable and free, as the tyrannies of the 20th century have proven about that.

    Bodhisatva State

    Vynism is against the concept of political parties this stems from his belief that they inherently fueled division and concentrated power, He argues that parties lead to internal strife and power concentration among elites, undermining national unity. Vynism aims to establish an imperial regime at the head of which would be placed a member of the family of Vyn(including nonblood related friends), and in the broadest sense, it aims to establish a nation-state with a strong and centralized executive which is authoritarian and largely undemocratic, Monarchist, and which regularly consults the will of the people through plebiscites. The executive and other branches of government would preach social justice, Socialism, militarism, Unity in diversity, and civic cultural nationalism. Anyone looking to be within any branch would have to serve the federal state previously. The State's and its official ideology would permeate in all aspects of public and private life through paternal means.

    The Bodhisatva's would be responsible for daily administration, including the overseeing of economic policy. The Bodhisatva's would also pledge loyalty to Sovereign.

    Semi-Constitutional Monarchism

    Vyn's ideal form of government would be a semi-constitutional monarchy with elements of illiberal democracy and technocracy. A semi constitutional monarchy is type of monarchy where the monarch retains large amounts of political power (usually functioning as a powerful executive) however the monarch has some limits placed on their power to prevent tyrants. Typical ways of doing this is an independent and powerful court system that even the monarch is forced to kneel for as well as a parliament for rubber stamping legislation or functioning like a co-habitation like in a semi presidential republic. In Vyn's system the biggest limiter would be the rule through will and testament.

    The Constitution

    The constitution under Vyn would outline the functions of government. It would also guranatee a combination of reasonable negative and lots of positive rights to citizens living under his regime, especially ones which often correlate with the Harmony. This includes (though is not limited) to:

    • Freedom of religion that correlates with the civic religion
    • Freedom of speech to a degree
    • Freedom of the press to a degree
    • The right to decent housing
    • The right to food
    • The right to stable work

    However, the constitution would grant the government enough leeway to destroy all internal and external threats to the national interest. It would also delegate more authority to the executive branch—the Sovereign. For example, suspending freedom of religion if it was proven an evangelical insurgency was active in certain territories.

    The Executive Branch

    Executive authority would be embodied in the Sovereign. The throne would be a hereditary position with a clearly defined line of succession: Passed to the most capable child (or next of kin if the Sovereign did not have children). The constitution would grant the Sovereign near-dictatorial powers, but their authority would be checked to some degree by the judicial system, the will of last testament and the advisory councils.. Powers the Sovereign would have include:

    • Suspending the writ of haebus corupus (imprisoning extremists, potential terrorists, and other enemies of the state without a trial).
    • Serving as Commander in Chief while reserving the power to declare war and make peace as they see fit.
    • Appointing the Prime Minister to the National Assembly.
    • Enforcing the laws of the land.
    • Head of State

    Formalism is the belief that actual power and recognised power (especially in the form of ownership) should align as closely as possible. The belief in formalism makes the Neoreactionary movement especially skeptical of democratic forms of government, favouring forms of government based on ownership.


    The head of government is the highest or the second-highest official in the executive branch of a sovereign state*8 who often presides over a cabinet, a group of ministers or secretaries who lead executive departments.

    This person would need to follow some criteria: administrative capacity and resourcefulness; a good past record; trustworthiness and piety; and

    convinced belief in the fundamental principles of Vynism.

    An electoral process like Irans with a supreme leader monarch, a president , electoral monarchs and an authoritarian democracy

    Legislative Branch

    The legislative branch consists of:

    • The National Assembly
    • The Consultative Assembly

    Democracy (Kerakyatan yang Dipimpin oleh Hikmat Kebijaksanaan dalam Permusyawaratan/Perwakilan)

    1. Put the interests of the country and society first.
    2. The deliberations to reach consensus are covered by the spirit of kinship.
    3. With good faith and a sense of responsibility to accept and carry out the results of deliberations.
    4. Deliberation is done with common sense and in accordance with a noble conscience.
    5. Decisions taken must be morally accountable to the One True God, upholding human dignity and dignity and the values of truth and justice.

    Judicial Branch

    The judicial branch—embodied in the Imperial Court—would be based on civil law with very little common law. It would be appointed by the Sovereign with the advice and consent of the National Assembly, and shall serve for a term of 15 years. Their goal is to oversee a system of inferior courts and to ensure the laws passed on the local, provincial, and national level are in accordance with the constitution.


    Vynism seeks to establish a semi-centralized police force. It would have a similar accountability structure to the military (i.e., independent courts to punish abusers), and would have a complex training system to weed out bad-faith actors. In addition, Vynism would unite the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), and NSA (National Security Agency) into a single agency; combining the functions of law enforcement, data collection on potential enemies of the State, and foreign espionage. Essentially a KGB-style secret police. Such an agency would be led by the Sovereign.

    Localized Republics

    To permit more effective governance in general, Vynism supports permitting multi-party democracy on the local- and provincial level. For the sake of simplicity, he calls them commonwealth republics on the provincial level and ward republics on the city or town level. Each republic would allow for democratic elections, so the will of the people within local areas can be reflected in the decisions which impact their daily life. People would fight over which party should take a city council instead of the national government. However, it should be noted the Sovereign can overturn laws made at the local level; the Imperial Court can also overrule laws incompatible with the constitution. Secession attempts would also be brutally punished.

    Ceremonial necrocracy

    The term necrocracy has been used to refer to a type of government in which a leader remains the head of state even after they died, akin to the role of the monarch in a ceremonial monarchy. An example of a ceremonial necrocracy includes the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in which Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il are given the title of eternal leaders (eternal president and eternal chairman respectively) of North Korea.[8][9]

    In Vynism people may leave the physical world but their ideas and effects live on as eternal ideas.

    Rule through Will and Testament

    The use of will and testament can be said to be an example (even if minor) of necrocracy, as a person dictates what should be done after they are dead. A notable example is ROC, where Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Last Will and Testament (國父遺囑) influenced the 1947 constitution.[10]. Currently in Taiwan, Sun's Last Will and Testament accompanies his portrait and the Flag of the Republic of China to be displayed during official events and in government buildings except for the Ministry of Defence, through the public reading of Sun's Last Will and Testament is no longer practiced.

    Tradition as the democracy of the dead

    According to the distributist writer G.K. Chesterton the usage of tradition within politics can be said to be the "democracy of the dead".[11]

    Tradition may be defined as an extension of the franchise [to vote]. Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about. All democrats object to men being disqualified by the accident of birth; tradition objects to their being disqualified by the accident of death. Democracy tells us not to neglect a good man’s opinion, even if he is our groom; tradition asks us not to neglect a good man’s opinion, even if he is our father. I, at any rate, cannot separate the two ideas of democracy and tradition; it seems evident to me that they are the same idea. We will have the dead at our councils. The ancient Greeks voted by stones; these shall vote by tombstones. It is all quite regular and official, for most tombstones, like most ballot papers, are marked with a cross.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1908), Orthodoxy p. 43

    Hoppean influence

    In his book, titled as "Democracy - The God that Failed," Hoppe contrasts and compares western Hereditary Monarchies against Democratic Republics. To Hoppe, a dynastic monarch (a king or queen) is technically the owner of the country, at least from their point of view, since property is passed generationally, and is able to be sold; on the other hand a president elected democratically is like a "caretaker" or a "lessee."
    Both the king and the president have incentives to exploit the country that they are in charge of in their self-gain, whether it's power, wealth, or both. The difference resides in the time preference of both. In the same way that the owner of a house has inherent interest in maintaining the house's "capital value" (contrasting with the tenant) in the long run, in a democracy, due to being temporal (with a higher time preference) rulers, functionaries democratically elected have all the incentives to sack the wealth of the productive citizens as soon and as fast as they're able to, without caring of anything that might happen to the country as a whole, much less caring about what might happen after their period in office is up, and, since they only have access to the government revenue but not to the actual capital, they only focus on increasing taxes without caring for its effect on the prosperity of the country, thus leading to more government exploitation and slowing the civilization process of increasing real incomes and decreasing social time preference more than a monarchical system (or even reversing it).
    Another issue Hoppe sees with democracy, is that since what the public sector controls is inalienable (for instance, schools, public hospitals, police stations, or even the country itself) and doesn't have market prices, their value can't be calculated, thus not only exploitation will tend to increase but it will also do so less rationally.

    Another argument that Hoppe presents is the "class consciousness" of the governed or ruled. Since the monarch is the owner of the state, the monarch will distribute jobs only to his family members, relatives, and friends. The monarch has little to no incentives to give jobs to the general population, doing this would let the people get ahold of his family's benefits. Because of this, we can say that in a monarchy, a sense of "class consciousness" develops within the general population. The people start seeing a clear and well-defined distinction between themselves and the ruling class, so the people fiercely protect their liberties. They resist any kind of high taxes and they see wars as the monarch's problem, not theirs. The monarch does not have the power to draft his subjects to the army and he is forced to hire mercenaries. The people also expect the monarch to fund his wars out of his own pocket. During the old monarchies, the rulers funded their wars with their own money, in democracies, on the other hand, since there is no clear distinction between the people and the rulers, a kind of emotional identification develops within the nation. Because of that, the people tolerate the draft and the taxes.

    In June 2005, Hoppe gave an interview to the German newspaper "Junge Freiheit," where he qualified monarchy, although he's not a monarchist himself, as a lesser evil compared to democracy, and said "Liberty over Democracy!". In the same interview, Hoppe also condemned the French revolution and said it belonged in "the same group of vile revolutions such as the Bolshevik Revolution or the Nazi Revolution" since they all had provoked "regicide, egalitarianism, democracy, socialism, hatred for religion, terrorist measures, mass looting, rapes, homicides, conscription, and an ideological and total war."[12]



    Interculturalism is a cultural ideology that holds that while different cultures should be able to co-exist, they should also engage in cross-cultural dialogue, interactions, and cultural fusion with one another. The government should promote common values and ideas between different cultures to hold them together and create a common but diverse identity. Another way to see it is akin to a milder form of "cultural-assimilation" or "globalization", where people of various backgrounds focused less on their cultural backgrounds and more on how their value can help the community's well-being as a whole. However, this varies much as Interculturalism represents a broad umbrella of different movements based on cultural unity, with some motivated more by nationalism/patriotism while others see it as a way of implementing more cosmopolitan ideas.

    Despite the similarities with Multiculturalism, Interculturalism rejects the former's identity politics. Additionally, Interculturalism criticizes the way many multicultural societies have a tendency towards self-segregation, division, and lack of communal identity and cohesion instead of proper integration.

    For someone who is presented as a pseudofascist,Vyn is benevolent towards minorities, granting them equal rights with whatever majority population they are in, as long as they acknowledge themselves as Guests of the and are loyal to the state.

    Civic Cultural Nationalism

    Civic Cultural Nationalism is a form of cultural nationalism that shows none of the ethnocentrism that's often associated with cultural nationalism and monoculturalism. Although civic cultural nationalism varies, it usually supports immigration so long as it's legal, but will allow for multiple different cultures in society to exist so long as they engage in cross-communication dialogue with each other.


    Polyculturalism is an ideological approach to the consequences of intercultural engagements within a geographical area which emphasises similarities between, and the enduring interconnectedness of, groups which self-identify as distinct, thus blurring the boundaries which may be perceived by members of those groups. As such, it opposes assimilationist/monocultural ideas, but also opposes traditional multiculturalism, which it sees as focusing too much on pointless identity politics and needlessly dividing people.

    Authoritarian Civic Nationalism

    Authoritarian Civic Nationalism combines elements of Civic Nationalism with Authoritarianism. AuthCivNats believe that a person's nationality is determined by their allegiance or loyalty to a state (citizenship). However, they believe that national unity must be sustained through forced diversity and a strong police force. This is to ensure any potential source of division among the citizenry (e.g., religion or race) is mitigated. Perhaps the best example of this is modern-day Singapore, where the ruling party has diversity quotas in housing and laws prohibiting hate speech to ensure all ethno-religious groups in the country are unified. Abraham Lincoln could also be considered an AuthCivNat, as he utilized dictatorial powers to keep Americans united.


    Assimilationism occurs when one group of people take on the customs, beliefs and culture of another group. This is usually done by a minority group to fit in with the majority and can either be enforced through government policy or happen naturally. Assimilationism is often favoured by National Conservative groups as they believe that immigrants should adopt the customs and culture of their new country.

    Doubled Citizenship

    Emperor Marcus Aurelius believed every human being has two citizenships and two sets of responsibilities that come with them. First is the citizenship of your homeland and responsibilities you have to your countryman and the second citizenship is to the Cosmopolis - The community of the world, that comes with responsibilities to the world and humankind as a whole.

    Social Justice

    Social Justice is justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society. Although not directly tied to social progressivism, social justice is a form of economic progressivism that supports the creation of social safety nets, environmental justice, and regulation & taxation for equal opportunity to advocate for gender, ethnic, social equality, environmental justice, and for the physically and developmentally disabled. Because this is a form of economic progressivism, it can be practiced by both socially progressive and socially conservative ideologies, such as social democracy which social justice is one of the main principles of, or Christian democracy.

    1. Develop sublime deeds that reflect the attitude and atmosphere of kinship and gotong-royong (communal shared work).
    2. Maintaining a balance between rights and obligations.
    3. Respect for the rights of others.
    4. Do not commit acts that harm the public interest.
    5. Tolerance and hard work for the betterment of a society as a whole regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, and moral backgrounds.

    A Fair and Civilized Humanity (Kemanusiaan yang Adil dan Beradab)

    1. Recognizing the equality of rights and equality of duty between fellow human beings.
    2. Love each other.
    3. Develop a tolerant attitude.
    4. Uphold the values of humanity.
    5. Encouragement of humanitarian activities and aids.

    Unity in Humanity

    1. Placing unity, interests, and the safety of nation and country above personal or factional interests.
    2. Willing to sacrifice for the benefit of the nation and the country.
    3. Love the homeland and the nation, with the promotion of patriotism and nationalism.
    4. The feelings of pride as an Indonesian, recognizing our cultural heritage as seafarers.
    5. Advancing association for the unity and unity of the nation with the motto "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika" (Unity in Diversity).

    all of these must be in accordance with vynism


    Maternalism can be generally defined by the belief that men and women are "Equal but Different" (Christina Hoff Sommers) and that the sexes have distinct roles to play, this is in contrast to much of modern Feminism, whom Maternalists would argue to consider men and women identical or nearly identical in terms of capability.

    Some early Feminists considered Maternal Feminism to be merely a strategy to achieve normal Feminist goals of equal rights, although some Feminists and Maternalists may disagree with this assessment.

    One way which Maternalism opposes mainstream Feminism is that while Feminists both historically and presently argue that women should have a place in male dominated fields, Maternalists believe it's better that new jobs and positions be created that women are specially capable for, such as in teaching and medical fields, they similarly believe that Women have a unique role to play in political reform, many groups linked to Maternalism have supported movements such child labor laws and prison reform.

    Vyn also criticizes the liberal mainstream feminist movement, as it sees it as being focused entirely on women in the West. Vyn analyzes how liberalism and the sociopolitical consequences of colonialism have affected women in postcolonial countries. Vyn opposes the use of the term "Women" as a single, universal group, as doing so causes women to only be categorized by their gender, and not their class, race or ethnicity.

    Vyn also believes that the oppression of women is directly caused and reinforced by Capitalism in order to increase the exploitation of the working class. According to Vyn, Capitalists keep female workers underpaid by threatening to replace them with "better working" men, as well as also more exploit male workers by threatening to replace them with "less demanding" women. So, by intentionally putting male and female workers at odds with each other bourgeoisie are preventing the proletariat from uniting against them. In Vyn's view, one of the ways of achieving their goals is the creation of the special state-backed "Women's Committees", run by women. Their role would be to directly promote and defend women's rights on the local and national level; propose and prepare gender equality-related laws; and also agitate, educate, organize, and generally help women all across the country. Vyn also despises Bourgeois Feminism, saying that female Capitalists are oppressing the working women just as much as the male ones do.

    Nation In Arms

    Vyn is greatly influenced by Colmar Freiherr von der Goltz's idea of a "Nation in Arms". The Japanese Empire had a code of Bushido (The Way of the Warrior) and indoctrinated all Japanese young men into believing that there was no thing more honorable than to fight (and die if necessary) to protect the Emperor. Vyn was impressed by how well the Japanese fought in the Siege of Port Arthur, where thousands of Japanese soldiers were mown down by Russian Machine Guns, but they kept advancing out of love for the Emperor. Vyn wants to emulate Bushido and the culture of Japan on an international scale. Vyn also observed the Russian troops, tired and not even knowing why they were in Manchuria or at war with the Japanese in the first place, and concluded that troops needed a reason to fight or they wouldn't be effective soldiers. This is now more relevant in the modern day with the Neoliberal world fighting against Russia, Saddam's Iraq and Afghanistan, where the american troops would be tired of the guerilla warfare and want to return home. People's of the east" didn't care if their lives were sacrificed for the greater good, but westerners foolishly clung onto their lives with all their might to return to the capitalist materialism of their home country. Vyn believes that the people should be motivated to fight for the concept of Theosophist Jihad , and dying to achieve Nirvana and fight Liberal AntiCulturalism.


    Vyn believes that the main job of the party is not just political agitation and revolution, but also to educate the People. He thinks that political revolution is not enough and that it has to be followed by a cultural revolution. Bourgeois culture will be replaced, and a new culture would be formed.

    Vyn does not think people should reject the rich cultural heritage of the past, its material and spiritual achievements. Instead, people must look it over critically, choose what is of value and use it to produce a new culture.

    Pragmatic Reactionaryism

    Pragmatic Reactionaryism appears in practice when a reactionary or very conservative government or country uses any resources and means avalilabe to ensure it's long-term surivival and prosperity as well as the continuation of it's ideals through maintaining an economic, technological, military and industrial base to finance the state and maintain the state aparatus and economy and sufficient standards as a way of legitimising the extremely socially conservative government at the head. In essence, creating a functional socially reactionary society with a modernised economy based upon mainly export and production, using such as leverage to prevent external cultural influence from abroad. In most cases these economies follow some form of state oriented capitalism or corporatism.

    Some modern regimes that fall into this definition are Iran with it's extensive nuclear energy investments and military industrial complex, India under the BJP with it's massive IT sector, Japan, especially during it's Tiger period of development, modern Russia in some aspects as while it's deposits of natural gas are a significant economic source, it is the STEM sectors that have picked up the slack in the current climate Russia has found itself in. Historically, Russia during the reign of Alexander III and later Nicholas II, facing stagnation which reared it's head during the Crimean war and the ineffective reforms of Alexander II, underwent rapid industrialisation, modernisation and economic growth, culminating in the creation of the Trans-Sibirian railway, one of the largest industrial projects to this day.

    In it's most boiled-down form, Pragmatic Reactionaryism simply striving for a modernised economy with a fundamentally traditionalist or reactionary regime at the head in order to keep it competitive in the world.


    Technoromanticism refers to the belief in the transformative power of advanced technologies, which is associated with the revival of the artistic and philosophical movement known as Romanticism. This term was first used in 1999 in the book "Technoromanticism," which highlighted the presence of romantic ideals in discussions about digital technology at the time.

    Technoromanticism suggests that technology has the ability to solve humanity's problems and create techno-utopias. It is an idealistic perspective that also looks to the past, seeing advanced technologies as an opportunity to bring back traditional values, similar to William Morris' fascination with medieval guilds. Technoromanticism embraces narratives of wholeness, in opposition to the supposedly reductionist tendencies of rationalism. The idea of using digital networks to restore a sense of organic unity to human society and the world can be considered technoromantic, as can the belief in the religious redemptive qualities of digital technology.

    Vyn Cosmism

    Cosmism is a theory of natural philosophy and the combination of elements of religion and ethics and the development of human existence within the cosmos. Vyn is therefore very fond of Cosmist's theory. Vyn also desires to take the ideas and themes of Cosmism to radical conclusions, such as the development of science to not only traverse the skies but to also change humanity and achieve immortality. Vyn also believes in the potential of blood transfusion to develop humanity through human rejuvenation. He sees blood transfusions as a symbol of solidarity between the generations, where elderly people benefit from the rejuvenating effects of young people, while the young receive immunity to diseases from the blood of the old.

    Cultural Revolution

    The conclusion of the initial anti liberal revolution and the dawn of illiberal dictatorship does not wipe out bourgeois ideology. On the contrary, it asserts that the anti-liberal struggle is intensified during socialist transition and a near-continuous struggle against such ideology and its social roots. The target of cultural revolution is often aspects of the superstructure, often encompassing various existing markers of a capitalist or even a reactionary past.

    King Culture

    On the internet there are some men-focused movements and groups which are opposed to the ideas of both Manosphere and Men's Liberation. It dislikes Manoshere's toxicity and hatred towards women and its usual non-traditional and one sided view of relationships. It does, however, also dislike, even more, Men's Liberation's attempt to "free" men from traditional masculinity and its general progressivism. Instead it wants men to embrace traditional masculinity and work on self-improvement. It is generally against the "modern wester lifestyle" and wants men to free themselves from modern degeneracy, such as pornography and extreme consumerism. Work out and read good litterature (such as the Bible or philosophy) is what it believes men should do instead of partaking in the lifestyle which western society promotes.


    The official language of Vynism would be Esperanto because of how easy it is to learn. It would not replace other languages but would be a mandatory auxiliary language like it was intended to be.


    Vyn believes in the sustanainable developement in the economy with a strong emphasis on environmentalism and ecology. He believes in the harmonious development of man and nature that properly handles the relationship between economic construction, population growth, resource utilization, and ecological environment protection that builds a resource-saving and ecological sustainable society. To do this he believes the use of technology.

    Vyn wants to:

    • Clean and destroy the Pacific garbage patches
    • Increase the use of nuclear power
    • Colonize countries in the third world temporarily to create sustainable development.
    • Create an international military force to enforce environmental regulations.
    • Promote soil friendly products and remove soil harming products like Tobacco
    • Drive invasive species to extinction in non native countries and hold businesses accountable for spreading them.

    To be sorted

    Right to roam

    The freedom to roam, or "everyman's right", is the general public's right to access certain public or privately owned land, lakes, and rivers for recreation and exercise. The right is sometimes called the right of public access to the wilderness or the "right to roam".

    In Austria, Belarus, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland and the Czech Republic, the freedom to roam takes the form of general public rights which are sometimes codified in law. The access is ancient in parts of Northern Europe and has been regarded as sufficiently fundamental that it was not formalised in law until modern times. However, the right usually does not include any substantial economic exploitation, such as hunting or logging, or disruptive activities, such as making fires and driving offroad vehicles.

    Alienating capitalist Spectacle

    Situationists philosophized about post-war modernity from a framework that Marx got it right with class but missed a few things, and assert that capitalism is beyond just materially vicious, but also philosophically insidious. It has sown alienation, commodification, and isolation of community in favor of fetishized corporate brands and a conception that excessive spending on consumption will bring the cure to that isolation. Their solution was to subvert the culture by sowing the seeds of what may be arguably called prototypical Post-Modernism.

    The two seminal books to come out of the movement were Debord's Society of Spectacle and Raoul Vaneigem's book, translated literally as "Treatise on Manners for a Younger Generation". Debord's book was written as a set of aphorisms, a subversion of the Tao Te Ching that critiqued capitalism's emphasis on spectacle as replacing representation with reality and essentially gutting the cultural fabric that was the working classes' last respite. Whereas Vaneigem's book, possibly sarcastically titled, takes a more pro-active critique of how people fail to truly communicate with each other, encouraging the youth to engage in being more socially open.


    The first edition of Internationale Situationniste defines the constructed situation as "a moment of life concretely and deliberately constructed by the collective organization of a unitary ambiance and a game of events."

    As the SI embraced dialectical Marxism, the situation came to refer less to a specific avant-garde practice than to the dialectical unification of art and life more generally. Beyond this theoretical definition, the situation as a practical manifestation thus slipped between a series of proposals. The SI thus were first led to distinguish the situation from the mere artistic practice of the happening, and later identified it in historical events such as the Paris Commune in which it exhibited itself as the revolutionary moment.


    A détournement is a technique developed in the 1950s by the Letterist International, and consist in "turning expressions of the capitalist system against itself," like turning slogans and logos against the advertisers or the political status quo. Détournement was prominently used to set up subversive political pranks, an influential tactic called situationist prank that was reprised by the punk movement in the late 1970s and inspired the culture jamming movement in the late 1980s.

    Art and politics

    The SI rejected all art that separated itself from politics, the concept of 20th-century art that is separated from topical political events. The SI believed that the notion of artistic expression being separated from politics and current events is one proliferated by reactionary considerations to render artwork that expresses comprehensive critiques of society impotent. They recognized there was a precise mechanism followed by reactionaries to defuse the role of subversive artists and intellectuals, that is, to reframe them as separated from the most topical events, and divert from them the taste for the new that may dangerously appeal the masses; after such separation, such artworks are sterilized, banalized, degraded, and can be safely integrated into the official culture and the public discourse, where they can add new flavors to old dominant ideas and play the role of a gear wheel in the mechanism of the society of the spectacle.

    Work, leisure, and play

    The situationists observed that the worker of advanced capitalism still only functions with the goal of survival. In a world where technological efficiency has increased production exponentially, by tenfold, the workers of society still dedicate the whole of their lives to survival, by way of production. The purpose for which advanced capitalism is organized isn't luxury, happiness, or freedom, but production. The production of commodities is an end to itself; and production by way of survival.

    The theorists of the Situationist International regarded the current paradigm of work in advanced capitalist society as increasingly absurd. As technology progresses, and work becomes exponentially efficient, the work itself becomes exponentially more trivial. The spectacle's social function is the concrete manufacture of alienation. Economic expansion consists primarily of the expansion of this particular sector of industrial production. The "growth" generated by an economy developing for its own sake can be nothing other than a growth of the very alienation that was at its origin.


    The word psychogeography, suggested by an illiterate Kabyle as a general term for the phenomena a few of us were investigating around the summer of 1953, is not too inappropriate. It does not contradict the materialist perspective of the conditioning of life and thought by objective nature. Geography, for example, deals with the determinant action of general natural forces, such as soil composition or climatic conditions, on the economic structures of a society, and thus on the corresponding conception that such a society can have of the world. Psychogeography could set for itself the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, whether consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals. The charmingly vague adjective psychogeographical can be applied to the findings arrived at by this type of investigation, to their influence on human feelings, and more generally to any situation or conduct that seems to reflect the same spirit of discovery.

    Random Walks

    The Chilean Poet society that Alejandro Jodorowsky was involved in, documented in his film Poesia sin Fin, is a roughly contemporaneous example of Situationism. The protagonist and his poet friend decide to begin walking in a straight line no matter what and encounter a series of home owners as they march through doors, climb through windows, amble over public barriers and so on, which causes a variety of fun social interactions and blurs property boundaries. However these Chileans do not qualify as Situationists as they are not French, thus they are merely Sparkling Surrealists.


    Personal freedom and the acceptance of others' rights to choose their identities are important aspects of a liberal society, but they don't, by themselves, define or guarantee adherence to the broader tenets of liberalism as a political ideology.


    Dasein is a concept and is one of the main ideas of Fourth Theory. Dasein goes back even before Dugin to Heideggerian (and Hegelian) philosophy. Dasein is basically translated to existence or presence and one experiences this Dasein by confronting personhood, morality, and the dilemma of being together with other relationships while still being alone in oneself or maintaining your single identity. Essentially, it's a weird version of individuality and consciousness put together as one along with the many paradoxes of life and the choices that are made to fulfill this Dasein.

    Neoreactionary Influence


    It is the general belief that absolutist systems of governance work best, specifically when the line of succession is clear (which coincides with Moldbug's criticism of dictatorship).
    Royalists don't favor a particular mode of succession; some favoring something akin to an elective monarchy (see Neocameralism below) while others favor hereditary monarchism, and such; and is less so an indication of a particular view on the de jure process of monarchies than it is an indication of support for the de facto 'virtue' of monarchism (stability and order, which NRx's generally associate with freedom)[9]

    Neoreactionary Neologisms

    The Neoreactionary movement came up with a lot of neologisms to describe various concepts. Neologisms are perhaps the most influential thing to come out of the movement, appearing in political discourse outside of the movement.

    The Neologisms include:

    • The Cathedral - "The Cathedral" within the context of Neoreactionary discourse is a term used to refer to a society's intellectual elite meaning a class of people who are able to decide what the average person thinks is true or false, right or wrong and important or unimportant.

    Historically this role was fulfilled by religious institutions hence the usage of the term "cathedral", this is intentionally contrasted with the institutions that fulfill the role of the cathedral in the modern age that being Schools, Universities, the Media and the Entertainment industry who largely market themselves as "Secular". It is worth to note that the Cathedral (in it's modern incarnation) is not a formal institution that people just belong to but rather an informal network of leaders of the before-aforementioned institutions that happen to agree on most important matters (Harvard, The New York Times, Disney and The Guardian rarely disagree for example)

    • Redpill - Within the context of Neoreactionary discourse a "Redpill" is any realisation or experience that disconnects an individual from the established cathedral. The term is a reference to the popular film trilogy The Matrix.

    The concept of the Redpill is THE most influential term to come out of the NRx movement, being practically ubiqutous within political discourse on both the left, right, centre and beyond. The term "Redpill" spawned many off-shoots generally named after the specific realisation the redpill provides (including terms Blackpill (Pessimism), Whitepill (Optimism), Greenpill (parnamormalism) and more) and also the combination with the term "Based" forming "Based and Redpilled". The various pills have also expanded into apolitical contexts, especially on dating (examples of dating-specific pills being the Purplepill and the Dogpill) and fitness (example of a fitness-specific pills including the Onionpill).

    A variation on the term "Redpill" to have actually come out of the NRx movement is the term Clearpill which is the concept that the best way to come out to political conclusions is to separate yourself from current political factions you have an emotional attachment to and think about policies and systems in an outside context.

    • The Iron Polygon - The Iron Polygon is an extension of the concept of the Iron Triangle.

    The concept of the "Iron Polygon" is a neoreactionary idea that describes a system of interlocking societal institutions that mutually reinforce each other to maintain the status quo of a particular political order.

    According to neoreactionary thought, the Iron Polygon consists of three main institutions: the Cathedral, the Corporate-Managerial Complex, and the Military-Industrial Complex.

    The Cathedral refers to the institutionalized power of the mainstream media, academia, and the government bureaucracy, which the neoreactionaries see as an interconnected network that perpetuates a progressive and egalitarian ideology. The Cathedral's power is derived from its ability to control the flow of information and shape public opinion.

    The Corporate-Managerial Complex is the second institution in the Iron Polygon, and it includes large corporations, the financial sector, and the managerial class. The neoreactionaries view this complex as an essential component of the Iron Polygon since it helps maintain the dominant political order by providing resources, expertise, and access to power.

    The Military-Industrial Complex is the third institution in the Iron Polygon. It includes the military, defense contractors, and the intelligence agencies. According to the neoreactionaries, the Military-Industrial Complex provides the necessary force to maintain the political order and protect the interests of the ruling elite.

    Together, these three institutions form the Iron Polygon, which the neoreactionaries believe is a self-reinforcing system that is resistant to change or reform. The Iron Polygon ensures that power remains in the hands of the ruling elite and perpetuates a system of governance that the neoreactionaries believe is efficient, stable, and just.

    • Red and Blue Empire also called the Red and Blue Governments - The concepts of the Red and Blue Government, clipped to RedGov and BlueGov is a specific power analysis of U.S. politics, it's the notion that the United States is not under the control of a single government, but rather of two each with their own internal and foreign policies.

    Those two Empires being the Military and Police-based Red Empire represented in the U.S. congress by the Republican Party and the Blue Empire based around every other part of the iron polygon represented by the Democratic Party.


    The Liberal world order is a blight on the earth and has caused the displacement of people for corporate profit and "individual success".

    Great replacement weaponized

    Vyn believes that western society is too individualistic and the trumpist/national conservative proposed solution of closing the border will only have the liberalism of america grow inwards for the next neoconservative war. To fight this Vyn wants to create a minority 5th column within cities that act as psuedo societies like Huey Long's share the wealth club. These societies should discriminate from liberals and be strong enough to seperate liberals from liberal society to cleanse them of their liberal impurities.

    The second and third world will be used to counteract liberal aggression and hijack the great replacement happening in these Western countries. Vynism believes in the Pancasila ideals of unity in diversity.

    Protracted People's War

    Protracted People’s War, often abbreviated as PPW is what Maoists view as the proletarian’s military strategy. Protracted People’s War combines insurgency with guerrilla warfare, offensives by the People’s Army, concentrated under the leadership of the Communist party, It is a misunderstanding to believe that this form war is simply a peasant strategy used in semi-feudal and semi-colonial backwaters. The People’s War uses three revolutionary instruments. The United Front, the People’s Army, and the Party itself. The United Front allows for agitation in areas where the party has yet to establish base areas. The People’s Army is the method of keeping politics in command of the gun, the Party having an armed wing. The “Party” is self-explanatory. Protracted People’s War also emphasizes the protracted nature of revolutions, hence the name.

    USA capitalist oligarchy

    Princeton University made a study of the analysis of the government programmes and made the decision that the the USA had converted from a Democracy to an Oligarchy, where elections became just a ceremonial procedure. The top 1% of the U.S. population by wealth in 2007 had a larger share of total income than at any time since 1928. In 2011, according to PolitiFact and others, the top 400 wealthiest Americans "have more wealth than half of all Americans combined." thus, they had a big power in American Politics in the Senate.


    Africa has been used as the millitary-industrial complex's test ground to make tribes fight against eachother and create monstrous wars. Africa has been used as a capitalist colony to try and spread america's consumerist culture to. Africa has been injected with liberalism to destroy their axiomatic values in order to break their culture in order to commodify it and atomize them. A united Africa is the only way for scientific progress , culltural maintaenance, multicultural integrity, social justice. An AfroPancasilla would be the greatest way to facilitate a stable African Union to resist capitalism, liberalism, and revitalize the continent.

    Three Delineated Worlds

    In the early 1970s, Mao Zedong put forward a thesis which analyzed the contradictions between imperialist powers and the semi-colonies of the world. He theorized that the first world, (in his case the US and the USSR) are imperial powers which compete for hegemony and fight over the division of the globe. The second world involves the imperial periphery (in his case Britain, Japan, France and others). The third world involves the colonies and semi-colonies of the world (in his case most of Africa and Asia). Many successive figures have put forward their strategies for handling the contradictions between the worlds, the most prominent of those being Deng Xiaoping.

    Global people war

    He insists a global people's war is a necessary military strategy for bringing an end to the historically unequal relationship built between the First and Third Worlds. This strategy includes the systematic delinking of the exploited economies of Third World countries from the parasitic First World, and the unification of international forces to deprive the imperialist countries of resources and wealth extracted from Third World countries. To break this relationship Maoism–Third Worldism proposes a joint-dictatorship of the proletariat of oppressed nations (JDPON) to work as a centralized organization to defeat the First World.

    World Federalism

    Vyn also believes in world federalism. World Federalism is an ideology and movement aiming to create a global federal government. A world federation would have authority on issues of global reach, while the power over local matters would reside in the members of such federation, the overall sovereignty over the world population would largely reside in the federal government. Vyn's world federalism would be anti-liberal and relatively autonomous to work within axiomatic truths.


    If you are going to make a dissident group start with small steps and build from there with a vague goal at the end to draw people in that would help. No one will want to join an overly specific edge fest. Focus on "can i give food to this guy so in the future he will march with me". Create small investments. Try not to antagonize people because most battles are not needed and you can't grow from them if you are quick to perceive people as enemies instead of as chances to grow you won't get far. Keep things simple and to the broad of the population. If you are an edgy group don't be edgy outwardly. The communists called themselves democratic socialists before they came to power. Be mindful of buzzwords and your political climate.


    Vynists ultimately do not like to engage in war. If they feel countries friendly to them have been wronged, they will send military aid, but they try to capture, rather than kill, enemies. They are upset if they achieve victory through bloodshed. The main purpose of war is to achieve that which, if they had achieved already, they would not have gone to war over.

    Geopolitical Views


    NATO is the North Atlantic Terrorist Organization used to spread white supremacy Liberalism and the genocide of people of culture.

    The Korean Peninsula

    I wish Park Chung Hee never dies, maybe we would have had a unified Korea

    China and Taiwan

    I am Neutral on China. I understand that they are a good counterweight against the Us but they need a counter weight themselves. I don't want them dominating Asia. Taiwan is also just an island, stop trying to go after it, its a waste of resources and just a unneeded dogmatism. Poor Mongolia man...

    Russia and Ukraine

    Russia is fighting against the liberal powers and fighting to protect ethnic minorities in Donbass. Ukraine also has always been apart of Russia but that a whole other Conversation. Most Ukrainian nationalism has been synthetic and created by either Lenin or America as a sledgehammer. I support Russia in this war.

    Israel and Palestine

    Zionism is White supremacy. It is the father of white supremacy as The "chosen people" v.s. goyim mentality influenced white supremacy.

    I stand with the palestinains against the apartheid construction of Israel.


    Iran Is one of the only fighters in the middle east that is resisting American Hegemony and white supremacy. The reformist faction in it that supported the invasion of Qaddafi need to be dismantled. The Iran Iraq war was also completely unnecessary and sad.

    Kosovo and Serbia

    Bring Back Yugoslavia


    The Tatmadaw Regime is sadly the only thing that can hold myanmar together. It is sad that China supports this infighting within it. Myanmar deserves a buddhist Socialist government and a return To Aung san's pan asian dreams. Get annexed by Thailand already

    Saudi Arabia

    You need to diversify your economy dude. Mohhamed Bin Slaman is doing good work.

    Religion and Philosophy

    Civic Religion

    Vyn beliefs an all encompassing broad civic religion should be placed on the World Empire to act as a broad social glue for other faiths in the empire.

    The civic religion for vyn is pretty simple:

    Belief in God (Ketuhanan yang Maha Esa)

    1. Believe and be takwa (i.e. god-fearing) to the One True God according to their respective religions and beliefs according to the basis of a just and civilized humanity.
    2. Respect and cooperation between religious people and adherents of different faiths so that harmony is built, as said in the national motto.
    3. Mutual respect for the freedom to worship according to their religion and beliefs.
    4. Forced conversions are deemed inhumane and uncivilized.
    5. Atheism and agnosticism is regarded as the lowest tier in society (as according to national law)

    Vyn would only persecute religions if they were a harm to society (jews)


    On moral questions, Vynism holds a preference for Virtue Ethics while maintaining other ethics. He believes there is a good life to be sought characterized by the pursuit and enjoyment of knowledge, science, music, film, art,writing, and communal developement. The most excellent individuals in society form a "Guiding Bodhisatva".

    The nature of the Axiom

    The Axiom, also known as the Great Reason, is the ultimate source and sustainer of all existence, transcending time, space, and the cycle of reincarnation. It is both one and everything, and everything is a fragment of it; It is the binding force of the universe, and the true Supreme Being of the Megami Tensei setting. The origin is the state of nothingness and fullness, the divine unity, from which The Axiom emanates. The origin is indefinite, beyond all qualities and attributes, and incomprehensible to any being.

    The Axiom created humans with the power of observation, which allows them to shape their own destiny and beliefs. The Axiom also creates messiahs, humans of great power who can guide mankind in times of crisis. The Axiom is not sentient in the human sense, and its nature is beyond the grasp of even the most transcendental entities. All other gods, such as YHVH, are merely interpretations of The Axiom, born from human ideals, and they are far inferior to The Axiom in power and scope.

    The Axiom is the absolute infinity, the Ein Sof, the ultimate reality that exceeds all human concepts and limitations. It is the highest expression of omnipotence, omnipresence, and omniscience. It is the absolute derivation, the origin of all forces and elements, the cosmic keystone, and the unity of totality. It is the most profound and primal aspect of the collective unconscious, the shared awareness of humanity. It is the Great Reason, the ultimate logic and order that governs all things.

    In the grand scheme of things, there is one conscious Being, that is the creator of all living things on earth and the universe at large, in the sense of plants, animals, and humans. Descending from the creator, which has no beginning or end or middle, which exists beyond time and space, each monad, divides itself into a series of opposing forces, the most fundamental being negative and positive energy, which situates itself into ever increasing sizes which make up the objects of our given universe. There is an opposite for everything, light versus darkness, woman versus man, large versus small, earth versus water, etc etc. that make up the universe in which we partake. like Augustine said, evil is the absence of good, as water is the absence of land, woman is the negation of man, darkness is the negation of light, all of these justify the supporting position on the problem of evil. God cannot exist without Satan and vice versa.  What we perceive of the universe, however, is illusory, objects are simply collections of energy that our mind(s), by sheer will, see as actually "existant" things, our body is an extension of our minds in that reacts to sensory knowledge, an "apple" is only an "apple" because our mind organizes the shape, color, and since its food, the taste and scent of it as an "apple". Outside of our own experience, however, its nothing more than energy, and nothing else, its only our mind causing the sensation of something existing because of the consciousness provided by the first mover, God, which is the first part of the trinity which produces the word (logos) and the spirit (consciousness), the latter of which exists in all living beings.



    According to Vyn, there exists three realms:

    1. The Material Realm: This is the universe humanity inhabits. Conflict, corruption, and decay is the Material Realm's distinguishing feature.
    2. The Archetypal Realm: This is where the Forms originate; essentially blueprints of the perfect version of that which exists in the Material Realm.
    3. The Spirit Realm: Also known as the Astral Realm, this is where immaterial beings, spirits, and souls reside.


    Vyn believes there exists a hierarchy of deities within the framework of panendeism . He believes the Supreme God ("God") is a deity who resides outside of space and time. He created the known universe ("the Cosmos"). The Cosmos, however, is a god in itself and acts as a single substance from which its various expressions ("modes") and manifestations ("lesser gods") are constantly at odds with one another, leading to everlasting conflict and suffering. And yet, despite these forces being locked in struggle, they remain paradoxically bound together. As such, the Unity of Opposites is the defining feature of the Cosmos.

    Buddhism Tenants

    1. Life often—in fact almost always—involves suffering.
    2. The reason for this suffering is that we want things to be a certain way.
      • Paññobhāsa considers this "the most politically incorrect doctrine of Buddhism".
      • This does not mean you should be a religious rejectionist that does not have any ambition, it means that you should know that those cause suffering. Just like you know gravity exists to overcome it.
    3. The way to cure suffering is to rise above this desire.
    4. The way to rise above desire is to follow the Noble Eight fold Path, practices which help us change our minds and understanding.

    Noble Eight-fold Path

    The Buddha told people to follow a special way of life called the Noble Eightfold Path if they want to understand the Four Noble Truths. These are:

    1. Appropriate views. Know and understand the Four Noble Truth(no liberalism)
    2. Appropriate thought. Turn your mind away from the world and towards the Dharma(no religious rejectionism)
    3. Appropriate speech. Tell the truth, don't gossip, and don't talk badly about others.
    4. Appropriate conduct. Don't commit evil acts, like killing, stealing, or living an unclean life("Killing to save lives" is, uniquely amongst Buddhist schools considered justified by certain Mahayana scriptures such as the Upaya-kaushalya Sutra where, in a past life, Shakyamuni Buddha kills a robber intent on mass murder on a ship (with the intent both of saving the lives of the passengers and saving the robber from bad karma).
    5. Appropriate livelihood. Earn your money in a way that doesn't harm anyone
    6. Appropriate effort. Work to make your mind more good and less evil
    7. Appropriate mindfulness. Remember the Dharma and apply it all the time
    8. Appropriate meditation. Practice meditation as a way of understanding reality

    Five precepts

    Buddhists are encouraged to follow five precepts, or guidelines. The Buddha taught that killing, stealing, having sex in a harmful way, and lying are not signs of skill.

    I will not hurt a person or animal that is alive.

    I will not take something if it was not given to me.

    I will not engage in sexual misconduct.(no gays)

    I will not lie or say things that hurt people.

    I will not take intoxicants, like alcohol or drugs, causing heedlessness

    Alot of this can be changed by redifing people


    Anti Humanism

    Humanism is based on an unrealistic view of human nature, as I argue that Humanism assumes that humans are inherently rational, moral, and cooperative, which is not supported by empirical evidence. According to me, 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 I claim that Humanism has replaced traditional religions as the dominant worldview in modern societies. I argue 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 civilization, as I attribute many of the problems of modern society, such as political polarization, social unrest, and cultural decline, to the influence of Humanism. I argue 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 I suggest that Humanism's focus on humanistic values and goals is incompatible with the pursuit of objective knowledge and technological progress. I argue 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.


    Stoicism teaches the development of self-control and fortitude as a means of overcoming destructive emotions; the philosophy holds that becoming a clear and unbiased thinker allows one to understand the universal reason (logos). Stoicism's primary aspect involves improving the individual's ethical and moral well-being: "Virtue consists in a will that is in agreement with Nature". This principle also applies to the realm of interpersonal relationships; "to be free from anger, envy, and jealousy",and to accept even slaves as "equals of other men, because all men alike are products of nature".

    4 Stoic Virtues

    Stoics believed that there exist 4 great virtues individuals should practice to become a better person

    Wisdom - Understood as ability to perceive and define good and evil, the differences between them and gain understanding of the universal laws of the universe

    Temperance - Understood as ability to live avoiding excess and deficiencies, finding the "golden middle" between extremes and acting reasonably.

    Justice - Understood as ability to act in accordance with the natural, universal morality. Giving everyone what is their due, always acting in good faith and working for the good of society as a whole

    Courage - Understood as the ability of innovative thinking and bravery to voice unorthodox ideas.


    Logos was the active reason pervading and animating the Universe. It was conceived as material and is usually identified with God or Nature. The Stoics also referred to the seminal logos, or the law of generation in the Universe, which was the principle of the active reason working in inanimate matter. Humans, too, each possess a portion of the divine logos thanks to which we have the ability to reason.


    The foundation of Stoic ethics is that good lies in the state of the soul itself, in wisdom and self-control. One must therefore strive to be free of the passions. For the Stoics, reason meant using logic and understanding the processes of nature—the logos or universal reason, inherent in all things. The Greek word pathos was a wide-ranging term indicating an infliction one suffers. The Stoics used the word to discuss many common emotions such as anger, fear and excessive joy. A passion is a disturbing and misleading force in the mind which occurs because of a failure to reason correctly. For the Stoic Chrysippus, the passions are evaluative judgements.[32] A person experiencing such an emotion has incorrectly valued an indifferent thing.[33] A fault of judgement, some false notion of good or evil, lies at the root of each passion.[34] Incorrect judgement as to a present good gives rise to delight, while lust is a wrong estimate about the future.[34] Unreal imaginings of evil cause distress about the present, or fear for the future.[34] The ideal Stoic would instead measure things at their real value,[34] and see that the passions are not natural.[35] To be free of the passions is to have a happiness which is self-contained.[35] There would be nothing to fear—for unreason is the only evil; no cause for anger—for others cannot harm you.[35]


    The Stoics arranged the passions under four headings: distress, pleasure, fear and lust.[36] One report of the Stoic definitions of these passions appears in the treatise On Passions by Pseudo-Andronicus (trans. Long & Sedley, pg. 411, modified):

    Distress (lupē): Distress is an irrational contraction, or a fresh opinion that something bad is present, at which people think it right to be depressed.

    Fear (phobos): Fear is an irrational aversion, or avoidance of an expected danger.

    Lust (epithumia): Lust is an irrational desire, or pursuit of an expected good but in reality bad.

    Delight (hēdonē): Delight is an irrational swelling, or a fresh opinion that something good is present, at which people think it right to be elated.

    Present Future

    Good Delight Lust

    Evil Distress Fear

    Two of these passions (distress and delight) refer to emotions currently present, and two of these (fear and lust) refer to emotions directed at the future.[36] Thus there are just two states directed at the prospect of good and evil, but subdivided as to whether they are present or future:[37] Numerous subdivisions of the same class were brought under the head of the separate passions:[38]

    Distress: Envy, Rivalry, Jealousy, Compassion, Anxiety, Mourning, Sadness, Troubling, Grief, Lamenting, Depression, Vexation, Despondency.

    Fear: Sluggishness, Shame, Fright, Timidity, Consternation, Pusillanimity, Bewilderment, and Faintheartedness.

    Lust: Anger, Rage, Hatred, Enmity, Wrath, Greed, and Longing.

    Delight: Malice, Rapture, and Ostentation.

    The wise person (sophos) is someone who is free from the passions (apatheia). Instead the sage experiences good-feelings (eupatheia) which are clear-headed.[39] These emotional impulses are not excessive, but nor are they diminished emotions.[40][41] Instead they are the correct rational emotions.[41] The Stoics listed the good-feelings under the headings of joy (chara), wish (boulesis), and caution (eulabeia).[33] Thus if something is present which is a genuine good, then the wise person experiences an uplift in the soul—joy (chara).[42] The Stoics also subdivided the good-feelings:[43]

    Joy: Enjoyment, Cheerfulness, Good spirits

    Wish: Good intent, Goodwill, Welcoming, Cherishing, Love

    Caution: Moral shame, Reverence


    The Stoics accepted that suicide was permissible for the wise person in circumstances that might prevent them from living a virtuous life,[44] such as if they fell victim to severe pain or disease,[44] but otherwise suicide would usually be seen as a rejection of one's social duty.[45] For example, Plutarch reports that accepting life under tyranny would have compromised Cato's self-consistency (constantia) as a Stoic and impaired his freedom to make the honorable moral choices.[46]

    Love and sexuality

    Early Stoics differed significantly from late Stoics in their views of sexuality, romantic love and sexual relationships.[47] Zeno first advocated for a republic ruled by love and not by law, where marriage would be abolished, wives would be held in common, and eroticism would be practiced with both boys and girls with educative purposes, to develop virtue in the loved ones.[47][48] However, he did not condemn marriage per se, considering it equally a natural occurrence.[47] He regarded same sex relationships positively, and maintained that wise men should "have carnal knowledge no less and no more of a favorite than of a non-favorite, nor of a female than of a male."[48][49]

    Zeno favored love over desire, clarifying that the ultimate goal of sexuality should be virtue and friendship.[48] Among later stoics, Epictetus maintained homosexual and heterosexual sex as equivalent in this field,[49] and condemned only the kind of desire that led one to act against judgement. However, contemporaneous positions generally advanced towards equating sexuality with passion, and although they were still not hostile to sexual relationships by themselves, they nonetheless believed those should be limited in order to retain self-control.[47][49] Musonius espoused the only natural kind of sex was that meant for procreation, defending a companionate form of marriage between man and woman,[47] and considered relationships solely undergone for pleasure or affection as unnatural.[

    Spiritual Stoicism

    Metaphysical Transcendence: In Spiritual Stoicism, the belief in materialism is replaced with a more metaphysically transcendent view. Instead of the universe being purely material, it is seen as a combination of the material and the spiritual. This perspective allows for the existence of non-material entities, such as souls or spirits, which are not constructed from matter but possess a spiritual essence.

    Materialism and Its Challenge

    Classical Stoicism, founded by Zeno of Citium in the 3rd century BCE, is renowned for its emphasis on rationality, ethics, and the pursuit of virtue as the key to leading a eudaimonic life. However, a cornerstone of classical Stoicism is its materialistic worldview, asserting that everything in the universe, including human beings and even divine beings, is composed of material elemental substance. This concept stems from the Stoic belief that the universe is a rational and deterministic system governed by natural laws.

    While the materialistic view of the universe serves as the foundation for Stoic ethics, it poses challenges to those who seek a more spiritual or non-material perspective on existence. Spiritual Stoicism emerges as a response to these challenges, allowing individuals to reconcile Stoic ethics with a belief in non-material entities.

    Metaphysical Transcendence: The Coexistence of Material and Spiritual Realms

    In the framework of Spiritual Stoicism, the universe is understood as a combination of the material and the spiritual, creating a dualistic worldview that embraces both aspects of reality. This dualism acknowledges the existence of non-material entities, such as souls or spirits, that possess a spiritual essence distinct from material substance.

    The material realm represents the physical world that we can perceive through our senses. It is governed by natural laws and exhibits the characteristics of classical Stoicism. However, the spiritual realm, coexisting with the material, is perceived as transcendent and beyond the reach of sensory perception. It is the realm of non-material entities, such as souls, spirits, or divine principles, that influence and guide the material world.

    Another line of reasoning hinges on the nature of human consciousness and rationality. Proponents of the spiritual realm might argue that the capacity for abstract thought, moral reasoning, and the pursuit of meaning in life point to a dimension beyond the material. Human rationality allows us to contemplate concepts such as justice, truth, and purpose, which transcend the physical realm.

    In this view, human consciousness itself becomes evidence of a non-material aspect of existence. Spiritual Stoicism suggests that our ability to engage in moral reflection, pursue wisdom, and cultivate virtue signifies a connection to a higher, transcendent order that guides our ethical decisions and moral development.

    3. The Universality of Values:

    The universality of certain values and moral principles across diverse cultures and historical periods can be seen as an argument for the existence of a spiritual realm. Spiritual Stoics might contend that if moral principles were solely products of cultural or individual evolution, there would be more significant variations in ethical beliefs and practices. The presence of common ethical values, such as the prohibition of murder or the concept of justice, suggests an underlying source or transcendent moral order.

    While this argument doesn't provide empirical proof, it does imply that there may be an overarching, non-material foundation for these shared ethical values.

    4. Emergence of Purpose and Meaning:

    Spiritual Stoics could posit that the human pursuit of purpose and meaning in life goes beyond materialistic explanations. The desire for a meaningful existence, the search for a higher calling, and the quest for eudaimonia suggest that human beings are driven by more than just biological survival and material comfort.

    The existence of this yearning for purpose, they argue, implies a spiritual dimension that infuses life with significance and offers individuals a path to align with a higher order, transcending mere materialistic concerns.

    While these arguments offer a more rational perspective on the existence of a spiritual realm within the framework of Spiritual Stoicism, it's important to remember that the nature of metaphysical beliefs often lies outside the realm of empirical proof and may vary significantly among individuals. The existence of a spiritual realm, as with many philosophical and religious beliefs, ultimately depends on personal conviction and interpretation.

    Ethical Focus and Virtue in Spiritual Stoicism

    The ethical core of Stoicism remains intact in Spiritual Stoicism, emphasizing the cultivation of virtue as the path to eudaimonia, a flourishing life in accordance with one's true nature. Virtue, including wisdom, courage, justice, and self-control, remains central to leading a good life. However, the emphasis shifts from aligning with a rational material order to aligning with a higher spiritual order.

    In this variant, the pursuit of virtue is seen as a means to connect with the spiritual realm and attain spiritual wisdom. Virtue becomes the bridge that enables individuals to transcend the limitations of the material world and access the spiritual dimension of existence. This shift in emphasis underscores the importance of inner transformation and the development of moral and spiritual character.

    Contemplative Practices and Inner Transformation

    To engage with the spiritual realm and achieve wisdom in Spiritual Stoicism, contemplative practices, meditation, and introspection become essential tools. These practices help individuals transcend the material world by turning their attention inward. Through meditation and introspection, practitioners seek to connect with the spiritual principles and values that guide the universe.

    Contemplative practices enable individuals to quiet the distractions of the material world and focus on the deeper, spiritual aspects of their existence. They facilitate the development of self-awareness and the cultivation of a profound sense of inner peace and harmony.

    Reinterpreting Stoic Concepts for a Spiritual Framework

    In Spiritual Stoicism, classical Stoic concepts are reinterpreted through a spiritual lens. For example, the Stoic concept of "Logos," which in classical Stoicism represents the rational principle that governs the universe, can be seen as a divine, spiritual Logos. This Logos is not merely a rational and material order but a manifestation of the transcendent spiritual order underlying the cosmos.

    The reinterpretation of Stoic concepts allows individuals to maintain a philosophical continuity with Stoic tradition while adapting it to their anti-materialist worldview.

    Detachment and Spiritual Growth

    One of the shared values between classical Stoicism and Spiritual Stoicism is the idea of detachment from material possessions and worldly desires. However, in Spiritual Stoicism, this detachment takes on a different meaning. It is motivated by a desire to transcend the material and focus on spiritual growth.

    Practitioners of Spiritual Stoicism seek to detach from the material world not as an end in itself but as a means to connect with the spiritual realm and pursue a deeper understanding of the universe. The detachment from material desires is seen as a way to free the mind from distractions and attachments that hinder the journey toward spiritual wisdom and virtue.

    In conclusion, Spiritual Stoicism offers a unique perspective that accommodates anti-materialism within the Stoic ethical framework. By introducing the idea of metaphysical transcendence and the coexistence of the material and the spiritual, this variant of Stoicism provides a pathway for individuals to reconcile Stoic ethics with a belief in non-material entities and a deeper, spiritual dimension of existence. It allows individuals to combine the timeless wisdom of Stoicism with their spiritual and metaphysical aspirations, offering a holistic approach to living a eudaimonic life.

    Dualism: Spiritual Stoicism embraces a form of dualism, where the physical world and the spiritual realm are distinct but interconnected. The physical world is considered an imperfect reflection or manifestation of the spiritual realm. This dualism acknowledges that there are aspects of reality that cannot be reduced to material substance.

    Ethical Focus: Like classical Stoicism, Spiritual Stoicism places a strong emphasis on ethical principles and the cultivation of virtue. Virtue remains central to leading a good life and achieving eudaimonia, but the emphasis shifts from aligning with a rational material order to aligning with a higher spiritual order.

    Inner Transformation: The path to wisdom and virtue in Spiritual Stoicism involves inner transformation and spiritual growth. Practitioners seek to understand and align with the spiritual principles and values that guide the universe.

    Contemplative Practices: Spiritual Stoicism incorporates contemplative practices, meditation, and introspection as a means to connect with the spiritual realm, attain wisdom, and achieve self-mastery. These practices help individuals transcend the material world to some extent.

    Reinterpretation of Stoic Concepts: Classical Stoic concepts like "Logos" can be reinterpreted in spiritual terms. The Logos could be seen as a divine, spiritual principle that underlies the universe's order, guiding human moral development.

    Detachment from Material Desires: Spiritual Stoicism retains the Stoic value of detachment from material possessions and worldly desires. However, this detachment is motivated by a desire to transcend the material and focus on spiritual growth.


    The Stoics propounded that knowledge can be attained through the use of reason. Truth can be distinguished from fallacy—even if, in practice, only an approximation can be made. According to the Stoics, the senses constantly receive sensations: pulsations that pass from objects through the senses to the mind, where they leave an impression in the imagination (phantasiai) (an impression arising from the mind was called a phantasma).

    The mind has the ability to judge (συγκατάθεσις, synkatathesis)—approve or reject—an impression, enabling it to distinguish a true representation of reality from one that is false. Some impressions can be assented to immediately, but others can achieve only varying degrees of hesitant approval, which can be labeled belief or opinion (doxa). It is only through reason that we gain clear comprehension and conviction (katalepsis). Certain and true knowledge (episteme), achievable by the Stoic sage, can be attained only by verifying the conviction with the expertise


    All existence as cyclical, the cosmos as eternally self-creating and self-destroying


    Zoroastrianism believes in a dualistic cosmology of Good and Evil, with the uncreated and benevolent diety of wisdom, Ahura Mazda, being exalted as the supreme being who is in eternal opposition to the destructive spirit that is Angra Mainyu. the forces of Angra Mainyu originate from Aka Manah and are opposed by the positive forces of Spenta Mainyu, and so the forces of Asha (truth and cosmic order) constantly battle Druj (Falsehood and Deceit), placing the duties on the humans, who are gifted with free will, to follow the Threefold Path of Asha -Humata, Huxta, Huvarshta (Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds)- in order to empower the positive forces of Spenta Mainyu for the ultimate battle between Ahura Mazda and Angra Mainyu.

    A manner in which Zoroastrian Theocracies differ from other Theocracies is how historically it treats its religious minorities, zoroastrianism does not demand the conversion of heretics and so as consequence zoroastrian rulers often have treated their religious minorities with tolerance akin to multiculturalism, allowing for the co-living of different religious groups within zoroastrian states, most examplified by the actions of  Cyrus the Great.

    Violence and killing


    The 14th Dalai Lama has spoken on when it is permissible to kill another person. During a lecture he was giving at Harvard University in 2009, the Dalai Lama invoked the Upaya-kaushalya Sutra and said that "wrathful forceful action" motivated by compassion, may be "violence on a physical level" but is "essentially nonviolence", and we must be careful to understand what "nonviolence" means. Indulging in violence is a form of self-harming.

    The rejection of violence in society is recognized in Buddhism as a prerequisite for the spiritual progress of society's members, because violence brings pain to beings with similar feelings to oneself. The Buddha is quoted in the Dhammapada as saying, "All are afraid of the stick, all hold their lives dear. Putting oneself in another's place, one should not beat or kill others". Metta (loving kindness), the development of mindstates of limitless good-will for all beings, and karuna, compassion that arises when you see someone suffering of the human being, are attitudes said to be excellent or sublime because they are the right or ideal way of conduct towards living beings (sattesu samma patipatti).

    Defensive war is always permitted.


    Anti-Materialism, as opposition to  Materialism, is a philosophical stance that fundamentally rejects the notion that the material world is the ultimate reality or the sole determinant of existence. It challenges the belief that everything can be explained solely in terms of physical matter and its interactions.

    A Bodhisattva

    A Bodhisattva, one who had reached enlightenment but turned his back on nirvana to continue the cycle of birth and re-birth to help other souls along the path to blissful perfection.

    The end goal

    Nirvana is the end goal of the Buddhist path and the ultimate eradication of duḥkha—nature of life that innately includes "suffering", "pain", or "unsatisfactoriness" that is caused by the demiurge.

    To achieve this end goal people must follow axiomatic truths according to their religions or philosophies like buddhism or stoicism. This good life can be described as Eudaimonia.

    Political Journey


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    British Fascism



    Debunking Ideologies

    Apartheid was bad

    My position on aprtheid was that it was bad. It was bad for white people and it was bad for africans(obviously). All the apartheid system did was brew discontent and generational hatred which resulted in a terrible result when Nelson Mandela took power.

    Keeping Rhodeisa and south Africa would have kept a liberal anchor in africa.

    Keeping these states in south africa would have done nothing but put a liberal anchor in south africa that would have spred LGBT, drugs and more to these states.

    South african isolation hindered economic growth

    The claim that apartheid made South Africa and Rhodesia stable and successful is not accurate. Apartheid was widely condemned by the international community, leading to sanctions and isolation. This isolation hindered economic growth and technological advancement. In addition, apartheid policies caused significant human rights abuses, making it difficult to argue that these nations were "successful."

    Seperate but equal bro

    Apartheid called for the separate development of the different racial groups in South Africa. On paper it appeared to call for equal development and freedom of cultural expression, but the way it was implemented made this impossible. Apartheid made laws forced the different racial groups to live separately and develop separately, and grossly unequally too. It tried to stop all inter-marriage and social integration between racial groups. During apartheid, to have a friendship with someone of a different race generally brought suspicion upon you, or worse. More than this, apartheid was a social system which severely disadvantaged the majority of the population, simply because they did not share the skin colour of the rulers. Many were kept just above destitution because they were 'non-white'.

    White nationalists scream when jewish people have basically apartheid status in their countries but than want it in another country showing that they lack the knowledge to see that other races will want to perpetuate this concept

    An Anecdote On The Psychology Industry

    My main issue with the subject of mental illness is that there is no objective basis on the emotional states of the subjects that are being observed, that is, everything is assessed based on observed behaviors that are incongruent with the behaviors of the community, state, or federation. That the entirety of these diagnoses are mostly made up by people with much money to burn and pills to push to select and discriminate individuals based on observable traits that do not mesh with the environmental instances of events.

    One example is say most people find car wrecks depressing and sad, but there is this one guy who finds them funny so they are selected to be reformed through therapy and medication so they adjust their mental states to something more appropriate for the occasion like everyone else, instead of letting themselves "be themselves". Not only that but there is no criteria deciding which behaviors are appropriate for the given situations, those decisions are decided by the community at large to pinpoint what behaviors are good and which ones are bad, the therapists and pill pushers are just social analysts who observe the situation and then put a label on the condition and create the cure for it.

    And oftentimes, its not even a cure but something that people have to take everyday, which usually is akin to a vaccine, only much worse as it doesn't prevent the condition, only treats it with no end in sight, something that wouldn't be an actual problem if society first and foremost did not see it as incongruent to the social fabric of any given culture and primarily just saw these emotional states as mainly just variations on different personalities instead of a problem that needs to be evacuated.

    Justification of Monarchy

    The legitimacy of the remaining reigning monarchs of the world is not to be called into question. Monarchies, in this day and age, are an endangered species and monarchists must remain ever vigilant to preserve those which remain. If any were to fall they would most certainly not be replaced by another dynasty or alternative member of the Royal Family but would be replaced by a liberal republic. That cannot be allowed to happen. Now is not the time to argue over centuries-old conflicts or obscure genealogical charts. We no longer have that luxury. The monarch brings a tradition and tie to the nations history that ties itself to the people.

    Monarchies are too expensive!

    Not true, not by a long shot. Some monarchs (such as the Prince of Liechtenstein) cost the public nothing at all. In the United Kingdom, the money the Queen grants the government from the Crown Estates is considerably more than the allowance she receives from the Civil List, so Britain effectively makes money off the monarchy. Republics often spend more on their presidents, past presidents and first families than monarchies do on their royal houses. Many countries (like Australia, Jamaica or Canada) share a monarch and pay nothing and monarchies do not have the constant, massive expense of elections and political campaigns for the top job. Obama cost more to the US than the British monarchy does to the UK. This doesn't even count the cost of campaigning and elections.

    Monarchies are un-democratic!

    Not true. Actually, most monarchies in the world today are more democratic than most republics in the world. Political Stability: Monarchies often exhibit greater political stability than republics. This is because the hereditary nature of monarchies provides a long-term perspective that can help prevent the political instability often seen in republics due to frequent changes in leadership. For instance, countries like Sweden and Japan, which are constitutional monarchies, have enjoyed long periods of political stability.

    Low Corruption: Empirical evidence suggests that some constitutional monarchies have lower levels of corruption compared to republics. A 2019 study by Transparency International showed that several countries with constitutional monarchies, such as Denmark, Norway, and the Netherlands, consistently rank among the least corrupt nations in the world. Their monarchies, as apolitical figures, can contribute to maintaining clean and transparent governance.

    Citizen Satisfaction: Surveys measuring citizen satisfaction and trust in government often find high levels in constitutional monarchies. The 2020 World Happiness Report, for instance, revealed that countries like Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands, which are all constitutional monarchies, rank among the top ten happiest nations. This could be linked to the stability and impartiality provided by the monarchy. Happiness in the Nordic countries is found to be from higher personal and institutional trust

    Non-Partisan Head of State: In constitutional monarchies, the monarch serves as a non-partisan head of state who represents unity and continuity, while elected officials handle the day-to-day politics and are accountable to their political interest groups who are pretty much accountable for his election and his political image while a monarchs interest groups are the entire country.. This can help mitigate political polarization, as seen in many republics where partisan politics often lead to gridlock and divisiveness as seen in Indonesia(you did the right thing Sukarno) and in Ireland.

    Cultural and Historical Significance: Monarchies often play a significant role in preserving and promoting a nation's cultural and historical heritage. They can serve as unifying symbols that transcend political divisions, fostering a sense of national identity and pride. Literally Blood and Soil Except for monarchies that are from cross marriages. I believe cross marriages should be carefully considered and be given careful consideration by the people.

    Economic Prosperity: Empirical data has shown that many constitutional monarchies, such as Sweden, Norway, and the United Kingdom, have strong and prosperous economies. These monarchies have combined elements of social welfare and social capitalism(yes i know capitalism gross), leading to high standards of living for their citizens.

    Checks and Balances: In constitutional monarchies, the monarch typically has limited powers and operates within a framework of checks and balances provided by a democratic system, making them accountable to the rule of law. This system ensures that the monarchy does not become autocratic. Most absolute monarchies have this too because they most bend the knee to the religion of the country making no monarchy absolute.

    It's important to note that the effectiveness of monarchies in promoting democracy depends on the specific constitutional framework in place, and there are certainly variations among different monarchies. However, the above empirical evidence suggests that, in some cases, monarchies can be more democratic and effective in governance compared to certain republics.

    Further, in most republics (even the United States) the President is not directly elected by the people anyway. However, being democratic is not necessarily a good thing. Benevolent leaders and bloodthirsty dictators have both come to power through democracy. Monarchy provides a more controlled environment for good monarchs to come because of the records and ability to keep them provided by the position.

    Hereditary monarchy just isn’t fair!

    Why not? How can any system for determining national leadership be absolutely fair? It hardly seems fair that one person should receive the top job simply because he or she is more popular. Surely the correct criteria should be how qualified a person is rather than if they are good at making speeches, more photogenic or being more gifted at graft and deceit. Let's look at King Baldwin IV, he was a child afflicted with leprosy at a young age he was weak and feeble but was loyal and devoted to his kingdom through his aching body and debilitated head. Baldwin ruled a thriving realm and succeeded in protecting it from Saladin and earned his respect. In a monarchy the top job goes to someone trained from birth to fill that role. In a republic, even under the best circumstances, an elected president will take half their term learning to do the job and the other half campaigning to retain it; hardly a model of efficiency. Hereditary succession seems much more “fair” than granting power to those able to swindle enough money and promise enough favors to the powerful to obtain the highest office in the land.

    Monarchies are dangerous! What if the monarch is incompetent?

    The same question could be asked about republican leaders. However, rest assured, monarchs who are not capable of fulfilling their duties can be replaced and have been throughout history. Take two of the oldest and most stable monarchies; in Great Britain, when King George III became incapacitated the Prince of Wales was made regent and exercised his duties for him. Similarly, in Japan, when the Taisho Emperor was no longer able to fulfill his duties, the Crown Prince took over those duties for him as regent. On the other hand, even in the most successful republic in the world, the United States, only two presidents have ever been impeached and neither one was actually removed from office. Could Mussolini be deposed if he became the monarch like Napoleon did?

    Monarchy is an archaic throwback! It’s simply out of date!

    Certainly monarchy is an ancient institution as it developed naturally from the dawn of time and the growth of human civilizations. However, democracy and republicanism is just as archaic. The Greek city-states of ancient times tried direct democracy and found it of very limited value, lasting only so long as people found out they could vote themselves the property of others. Republicanism was tried on a large-scale by the ancient Romans and yet they too found that it caused too many divisions, factions and civil wars before they decided a monarchy was preferable. The oldest republic in the world today was founded in 301 AD. How out of date is that?

    What about cruel monarchs like Nero or Attila the Hun? Surely no benefits could be worth risking leaders like that!

    Far more people have been butchered in wars or massacred by those in power since the start of the revolutionary period than in all history previously. Nero or Attila the Hun were unsavory characters but nowhere near as bad as people like Winston Churchill, FDR, and if their is a liberal reading this think about Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Mao Zedong or Pol Pot. It has only been in the post-revolutionary era of mass politics and political ideologies that governments have taken to killing their own people in huge numbers. Nero was cruel to his own family and later persecuted Christians who were still a tiny minority and Attila the Hun, as ruthless as he was toward his enemies, ruled his own people well from what we know and with justice. No monarch ever wiped out as many of their own people as the rulers of the Twentieth Century, all of whom did so in the name of “the people” and “fairness”.

    Royals are too out of touch. They have no idea how regular people live.

    Some people believe this, but it simply isn’t true. Queen Elizabeth II was a mechanic and truck driver during World War II, the King of Thailand is a renowned jazz musician and composer, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has painted illustrations for several books, including the Danish edition of “The Lord of the Rings”. The Emperor of Japan grows his own rice, the King of Cambodia was a practically anonymous dance instructor before coming to the throne and many royal heirs take ordinary jobs, often in obscure places where they are unknown, after finishing school. Despite what people think, royal life is not all champagne and caviar. Compare this to many presidents who have often never worked outside the public sector in their entire lives, never served in the military (as most royals do) or ever known any other life besides making speeches and casting votes.

    At best, monarchs are unnecessary. A president could do just as good a job.

    Not true at all. Some republics have ceremonial presidents that are supposed to be non-political but they still invariably have a political background and are beholden to the party that appoints them. A monarch, on the other hand, is above all political divisions and has a blood connection to the history of the country, its traditions and most deeply held beliefs. No politician could ever represent a people in the way a monarch can whose family history has been the history of the country itself.

    Monarchies must be bad or else there would be more of them!

    That argument could only begin to make sense if most monarchies had fallen because of a conscious decision by the whole people to see them end. This has certainly not been the case. Most monarchies have fallen because of brute force exerted by a powerful, motivated minority or because their country was defeated in war and their state collapsed. How about looking at how people live? The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development annually puts out a list of the best countries to live in based on a variety of factors and monarchies invariably outrank republics by far. Last year, 2012, is a typical case with 8 out of the top 10 best countries to live in being monarchies; the only republics to make the top 10 were the United States and Switzerland. If republics are so great, shouldn’t their people be living better lives than those in monarchies?

    Monarchs are so set apart, they cannot represent ordinary people.

    Actually, that is precisely why they can represent everyone in a way no politician ever could. President Hollande of France is an agnostic socialist, so how can he truly represent those French who are Catholic or capitalists? President Napolitano of Italy was a long-time communist, which is certainly not representative of most Italians. President Obama of the US, a liberal from Hawaii, cannot have much in common with a conservative from South Carolina. Yet, a monarch, because they are set apart, can represent everyone because they are not from any particular group.

    Republics bring progress, monarchies only oppressed.

    Historical fact says otherwise. Time and time again history has shown that the end of monarchy makes things worse for a country, not better. In France it resulted in the “Reign of Terror” that saw tens of thousands of people get their heads chopped off. In Russia, the loss of the monarchy allowed the Bolsheviks to take power who then created the Soviet Union which spread oppression around the world and murdered millions of people. In China the result was a chaotic period of warlord rule followed by the bloodiest civil war in human history and then a communist dictatorship that took the lives of 60 million people. The end of monarchy in Germany and Austria resulted in divided republics that allowed Adolf Hitler to come to power, devastate the continent and butcher 9 million people. The fall of Napoleon Led to the spread of British domination and exploitation. The end of the Spanish monarchy led to the Spanish republic which soon spiraled out of control into the Spanish civil war. The abolition of the Greek monarchy in the late 1960s coincided with a period of political turmoil and the eventual establishment of a NATO military junta. The monarchy was later restored in the 1970s, contributing to Greece's return to democratic governance. Cambodia: The end of the Cambodian monarchy in 1970 was followed by a period of civil war and the Khmer Rouge, which resulted in a famine of nearly 2 million people. The monarchy was later restored in 1993, contributing to the country's stabilization and gradual recovery. The removal of Emperor Haile Selassie in 1974 led to a Marxist-Leninist government known as the Derg taking control. This period resulted in warlord rule, and economic decline, causing significant instability in the country, later leading to liberalism to take root there. In 1910, Portugal transitioned from a constitutional monarchy to a republic. The subsequent decades were marked by political instability, including military coups, which ultimately contributed to a period known as the Portuguese First Republic, characterized by frequent changes in government. The removal of the Shah monarchy in 2008 was followed by a decade of political turmoil and instability, marked by frequent changes in government and conflicts. Afghanistan: The removal of King Zahir Shah in 1973 marked the beginning of a period of political instability and conflict that eventually led to the Soviet invasion, the rise of the Taliban, and decades of war and turmoil. The monarchy was restored in the early 2000s as Afghanistan sought to reestablish stability. Under shah there were close ties to fascism. These are only a few of the examples that could be cited and the facts are inarguable.

    John stuart mill debunked

    The heroin addict typically ends up turning to crime to fund their addiction; an alcoholic can fail to perform his function as a husband and a father; becoming obese or diabetic can impose costs on others in a system with state-funded healthcare; involving oneself in a gay or trans community can increase its influence, undermining public morals, or contribute to the spread of STDs; your choice to not abort a defective child can impose costs on others who have to support it; your choice of partner, said to be a “private” matter can similarly impose costs on society if it is dysgenic.

    In addition to these more straightforward cases of supposedly private actions harming others, there is the concept of potential benefits lost to society. For a utilitarian such as Mill, this should have been a major consideration. Certain forms of behaviour prevent one from becoming what one could otherwise be, thus depriving oneself and society as a whole of the potential benefits of that development. We can include drug and alcohol abuse, or simple laziness under this heading.

    But suppose that there were self-regarding actions i.e. actions that do not directly impinge upon the wellbeing or liberty of others. In such a case, one can argue, we still have a duty to step in and ensure that members of our community or polity don’t do irreversible harm to themselves. This applies both on an individual level and on the level of the state: as a person has duties to friends, family, and members of their folk, so the state has a duty to all members of the folk. A father who did nothing to interfere with his son’s drug habit on the grounds that he was harming nobody but himself would be contemptible, and so would a state that justified its inaction in the same way.


    While Bookchin gave many good insights to Vyn and was a family friend who took care of him before his death. there is many flaws in his thinking like his belief in anarchism or hostility towards the state. The state is the only thing that can fight international capitalism and lifestyle anarchism.

    Russia Ukraine

    There is no point in supporting Ukraine. It is a liberal creation and is run by Jewish oligarchs and a Jewish president


    Zelensky supported the creation of a jewish apartheid in Ukraine

    Imperial Japan

    Japan didn't need to be Nuked

    The atomic bombing was not even on enemy combatant's it was on civilians including women and children. Nuclear war isn't a quick process if effects the land and people and the fallout is dangerous. It's not some magical reset button.

    7-8 Five star generals and admiral's

    The whole point of the bombing was that america had a toy that they wanted to use and then their toy got leaked to the soviets. If the bombing never happened than the cuban missilie crisis and cold war would have been delayed.







    Religious rejectionism is stupid


    Suharto was a scumbag that ruined indonesia and stole millions of dollars from the people of indonesia and murdered those that were not apart of his National Conservative Kleptocracy

    Floating mass

    While some have drawn parallels between Suharto's approach and corporatism due to its emphasis on state-led development and control over society, it's important to recognize that they are not the same concept. Corporatism, as mentioned earlier, is a distinct economic model characterized by the organization of society into hierarchical, functional interest groups (corporations) representing employers and employees, along with the government, to make economic decisions collectively.

    Suharto's regime did exhibit some elements of authoritarianism and state control, but it did not fully embrace corporatism as an economic system. Instead, it employed a mix of centralized state planning, crony capitalism, and authoritarian rule to pursue economic development and maintain political stability. This is shown by how foreign interest countries like Dutch shell were given a voice while the oil workers were sidelined or turned into another crony system.

    Most Corrupt Politician in history

    Suharto enlisted a group of mostly US-educated Indonesian economists, dubbed the "Berkeley Mafia", to formulate government economic policy to solve the economic crisis left by the Sukarno era. By cutting subsidies and government debt, and reforming the exchange rate mechanism, inflation dropped from 660% in 1966 to 19% in 1969. Sukarno's economic autarky policies were reversed by opening selected economic sectors of the country to foreign investment under the new Foreign Investment Law of January 1967 and foreign companies that had previously nationalized were re-privatized and returned to their original owners. The government began a series of large-scale intensive investments in infrastructure under a series of five-year plans. Indonesia experienced massive economic growth during the New Order coincided with rapid expansion in corruption, collusion, and nepotism as Suharto used his dictatorial rule to enrich himself and his family and cronies, Suharto embezzled 15 to 35 billion dollars which makes him the most corrupt politician in the history of the world.


    Myth: The North subjected the South to military rule during Reconstruction.

    This is the great myth of Reconstruction... that it was an oppressive set of regimes sent into the South to invent the Republican Party, using the black vote, running the legitimate leadership of the white South out of town and out of business, and putting Americans under a kind of oppressive rule by the federal government. Part of that whole story is also deeply rooted in this American tradition -- which isn't just Southern -- of localism, of faith in states' rights, that the federal government is an oppressor when it crosses state lines to create institutions, to expand liberties. And part of the myth of "Negro rule," or the tragic legend, is rooted in this states' rights reaction to the use of federal power. This has been at the heart of our debate about the nature and meaning of Reconstruction ever since. Was it truly a military occupation? You could argue, no, it really almost never was. The numbers of troops still left in the South by 1875 and '76 at the end, were tiny. And most of them were garrisoned in forts along the coast, never had anything to do with the enforcement or operation of the internal politics of Southern states. They guarded no state houses. They didn't even guard ballot boxes, which they should have, in most states by the middle of the 1870s. It really wasn't a genuine military occupation after 1868, in any sense of the term we've come to understand military occupations in the 20th century.

    The idea that the South was under military rule and military occupation is really a myth. The Union army was demobilized very, very fast at the end of the Civil War. Some people thought, too fast, because there was so much chaos and violence in the South. By 1866, there are 10,000, 12,000, maybe 15,000 soldiers left in the South. But most of them are in Texas, fighting the Indians. You could go for months and months in the South without ever seeing a federal soldier. There were small encampments of federal soldiers around. And if there were outbreaks of violence, they would sometimes be brought in to try to suppress it. Sometimes the Freedmen's Bureau would call in a few soldiers to arrest a planter who refused to pay his workers or something like that. But no. Law and order was in the hands of governments, not of the army. And military rule was very, very brief. And the occupation was quite short-lived, really, in any practical sense.

    Yankees and blacks conspired to exploit the South after the war.

    There's a deep and complicated legend... that Reconstruction was essentially a Yankee conquest, the occupation of the Southern states and the oppression of the Southern people; that they were put under so-called "Negro rule" or "carpetbag rule." And this is all based on the ideas that Southern state legislatures under the radical regimes, from 1868 on, were really ruled by blacks and by Northerners who came South. There was only one Southern state legislature that ever had a majority of blacks and carpetbaggers.

    There were a few carpetbag governors -- that is, Northerners who came South. The vast majority of carpetbaggers, Northerners who moved South, moved there early. They moved there right after the war. They moved there because the South was now the new pioneer society... It was a place of opportunity.

    And we need to remember that there was a good deal of skullduggery and "get rich quick" motivation among some carpetbaggers. But since when is it not a great American tradition to go where the main chance is, to go where the new opportunities are, to go where entrepreneurship is so welcomed? The South dearly wanted Northern investment. It's one of the ironies of this. Early on, they wanted Northern investment. They wanted federal investment to help them rebuild their harbors and build some railroads and rebuild towns and cities, re-establish agricultural production. Most Northerners that went South and became carpetbaggers were already there in 1865 or '66, before the radical regimes are even created. So that idea that they all went there to exploit and establish radical Republican political organization is not exactly the case.

    Lincoln's greenback currency only funded the international Elite.

    Lincoln's greenback currency was the only thing stopping them. It was the only way of stopping usurious loans from Europe. The sources that try to say that Lincoln was in international business are the Mises institute who critiqued Lincoln and Bismark for not being liberal enough.


    You are an exploiter of vulnerable people into your sex cult.

    Not having gender affirming care causes suicide

    Genital Mutilation is the cause of suicide. Reframe the conversation that it is the same as saying opoid users will kill themselves if not given their next fix.


    You dont progress anything, you make people's lives worse by giving them the "freedom" to do stupid things then you encourage them to do stupid things as "liberation" your progressivism progresses nothing.

    Progressivism is a regressive

    Progressivism is a reactionary ideology that seeks to return to the past and call it progress. We see segregation coming back, we see eugenics coming back, we see eunuchs in the form of trannies coming back.


    You have never been about helping women all you have done is made them into inferior men, you are trying to put a square block into a triangle hole and actively whittling away the square's uniqueness to fit a society and culture hostile to them


    Black Lives Matter



    I need a peer reviewed source

    peer reviewed sources are only as good as the peer reviewing them. people will use this line to be cemented into their liberal world view. The people that use this argument are lazy and want to stay in their closed mindedness

    You cited X source so they must be biased

    Are you so incapable of having an open mind and dont have the skills to use sources in different ways.

    When assessing the credibility and reliability of a source, especially in a situation where bias and corruption are being discussed, it's important to take a thoughtful and balanced approach. Here are some points you could consider discussing with the person:

    Multiple Sources: Encourage the use of multiple sources when researching a topic. If a single source is deemed biased or corrupt, it's important to cross-reference information with other reputable sources to get a more complete and well-rounded understanding of the subject.

    Transparency and Objectivity: Evaluate whether the source openly acknowledges its potential biases or conflicts of interest. Some sources may openly disclose their affiliations or perspectives, allowing readers to factor that into their interpretation of the information.

    Critical Analysis: Explain the importance of critically analyzing information from any source, including those perceived as biased or corrupt. Encourage the person to critically examine the evidence, logic, and reasoning presented in the source, regardless of its perceived bias.

    Consider Context: Discuss how the source's bias or corruption allegations might impact specific aspects of the information it presents. Are there areas where the source's bias might be less relevant, or where its information is supported by other, more neutral sources?

    Bias vs. Facts: Emphasize the distinction between bias and factual inaccuracies. Just because a source is biased doesn't necessarily mean that every piece of information it provides is incorrect. It's essential to separate opinions or interpretations from verifiable facts.

    Use as a Contrasting Viewpoint: Suggest that the biased or corrupt source could be used as a contrasting viewpoint rather than a sole source of information. By comparing it to other sources with different perspectives, one can gain a better understanding of the range of opinions on the subject.

    Expert Opinions: Consider whether experts in the field have evaluated the source's claims. If reputable experts have analyzed and engaged with the source's content, it could provide additional insights into its credibility.

    Acknowledging Limitations: Acknowledge the limitations of using biased or potentially corrupt sources. While they may provide some insights, they should be balanced with more objective and reliable sources to ensure a well-informed understanding.

    Remember, the goal is to promote critical thinking and informed decision-making. Encourage the person to approach the subject with an open mind and a willingness to engage with a variety of sources to form a well-rounded perspective.

    We should't listen to fascist on their own ideology

    i guess we shouldn't listen to Marxists about their ideology, or liberals on theirs. No historians study these topics from many perspectives, to be needlessly dogmatic to try and be on the "right side of history" shows your own bias.


    You have failed to conserve anything except israel, capitalism and the same liberalism that got us into this situation.

    Conservatives use political excitement to fuel themselves and only use it to create more political excitement instead of turning it into material political gain like shelters and community hubs.

    Muh cultural marxism



    It should come as no suprise that the idea of "social justice" in its true Christian sense, strikes fear in the minds of the libertines and even among their pseudo "socialists" who are far removed from any genuine notion of ethics. There can be no socialism Jewisht faith in God. All else leads to Mammonism.

    Vulgar racialism


    The KKK was a jewish brainchild of Judah P Benjamin who was a British citizen and jewish. The KKK was also created by albert pike who was the father of freemasonry in the south. The KKK was also financed by Dr. Kuttner Baruch of the B'nai B'rith

    You admire X fascist you are just simping for that race

    No i am finding ideas that i like and I'm using them. Both wignats and liberal race nats use this argument to call someone an uncle tom or something else.

    Culture comes from race

    Culture is a multifaceted and dynamic construct that cannot be simply attributed to race. Individuals from certain racial or ethnic backgrounds might share certain cultural practices or traditions, culture itself is shaped by a complex interplay of historical, social, environmental, and individual factors. Culture is not genetically predetermined, but rather emerges from interactions, exchanges, and adaptations over time. It is crucial to recognize that people of the same race can belong to vastly different cultural groups, while individuals from different racial backgrounds can share common cultural elements due to shared experiences or influences. Reducing culture to a product of race oversimplifies the intricate tapestry of human heritage and overlooks the richness of diversity within and across racial groups.

    Through archaelogy the people buried together are the same geanology

    Archaeological evidence often indicates that people buried together in certain contexts share some degree of genetic or familial relationship. However, it's important to avoid generalizing this observation to the entirety of cultural development and identity. While burials can provide insight into familial or community ties, they represent only a specific aspect of culture.

    Cultural practices, traditions, and identities are shaped by a wide range of factors beyond genetics. Historical, social, economic, and environmental influences have all played significant roles in the formation and evolution of cultures. Additionally, archaeological findings might not always paint a complete picture, as they can be influenced by preservation biases, cultural practices, and specific historical events.

    Furthermore, human history is marked by migration, trade, and interactions between different groups, leading to the blending and exchange of cultural elements. People from distinct genetic backgrounds can adopt and adapt cultural practices from each other, making culture a dynamic and multifaceted phenomenon that can't be solely attributed to shared genetics. Therefore, while archaeology can offer valuable insights, it's essential to consider a holistic and nuanced perspective when discussing the origins and development of culture.

    1. Language and Dialects: Even within the same ethnic group, variations in language or dialect can lead to distinct cultural differences. For instance, Spanish-speaking populations from different regions might have unique idioms, accents, and linguistic nuances that contribute to separate cultural identities.
    2. Religious Practices: People from the same ethnic background can practice different religions or variations of the same religion. For example, among South Asian communities, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, and Christians might share common ethnic origins but have distinct cultural practices associated with their respective faiths.
    3. Culinary Traditions: While sharing a common ethnicity, different regions might have unique food preferences, ingredients, and cooking techniques that contribute to diverse culinary cultures. Italian cuisine, for instance, varies widely between regions like Northern Italy and Southern Italy.
    4. Social Norms: Social norms and customs can differ even within the same ethnic group. One community might emphasize certain traditions or behaviors more than another. These differences can be influenced by historical experiences, migration patterns, and interactions with other cultures.
    5. Festivals and Celebrations: Even if two groups share the same ethnic background, their celebrations and festivals might vary significantly. Chinese New Year celebrations in mainland China might differ from those in Taiwan or among Chinese communities abroad.
    6. Art and Aesthetics: Artistic expressions, such as traditional clothing, music, dance, and visual arts, can vary among groups of the same ethnicity. Indigenous communities around the world often have distinct artistic traditions that reflect their unique histories and environments.
    7. Historical Experiences: Different historical contexts can lead to variations in cultural practices. For example, African Americans have diverse cultural expressions influenced by factors such as the transatlantic slave trade, regional migrations, and experiences during the Civil Rights Movement.

    Bible forbids race mixing

    it does'nt all the examples given are people against religion mixing not some sort of racialism like you see with wignats.

    Iran, Khomeinism, and Hezbollah

    Is Iran Pro Trans?

    Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the 1979 Iranian Revolution and the first Supreme Leader of Iran, did not hold a positive stance towards transgender individuals or transgender rights. Khomeini's interpretation of Islamic teachings and his vision of an Islamic state did not align with recognition or acceptance of transgender identities.

    Under Khomeini's leadership, the Islamic Republic of Iran implemented strict gender segregation policies and enforced traditional gender roles. The state did not officially recognize or provide legal protections for transgender individuals instead they would target homosexual people. In fact, Iran implemented a policy known as "gender reassignment" in the 1980s, which required transgender and homosexual individuals to undergo medical procedures as a condition for legal recognition. This policy was criticized by human rights organizations as coercive and violating individuals' rights to self-determination.[14][15][16][17]

    Some may say Iran is pro trans because of the fatwah that was implemented but they fail to realize that this fatwah was not for a liberal progressive reason but for a medical reasons in the country. Klinefelter syndrome is a common genetic condition where a male is born with an extra X chromosome. Typically, a male has one X and one Y chromosome. People with Klinefelter syndrome can experience breast growth, breast cancer, osteoporosis, infertility and learning difficulties due to this defect. The surgery is meant to help them be put into 1 gender not 2 and not be confused because of their body. This is not like in the west were people without this defect are able to get transgender surgeries in private. This is further proven by Ayotollah Makarem Shirazi (who is known for being even more Pro Welayat Faqi then Imam Khamenei(ha) himself).[18]

    Is Hezbollah Neoliberal

    Recently Online western marxists have argued that hezbollah is neoliberal because they found a faulty paper made by a syrian professor.

    Hezbollah cannot be considered neoliberal. Here's a breakdown of the reasons:

    1. Property Rights: Neoliberalism supports strong pro-private property rights, which means that individuals and corporations have the right to own and control property, including land, businesses, and other assets. However, Hezbollah is a militant group and political party based in Lebanon with a history of supporting collectivist ideologies, advocating for the redistribution of wealth and resources, and challenging private property ownership. Hezbollah's military activities and presence in southern Lebanon have raised concerns about land expropriation. They have been accused of taking over private lands for military purposes and building infrastructure without the consent of the landowners. Their actions in expropriating land without proper compensation and due process indicate a disregard for private property rights.
    2. Pro-Market with Correcting Market Failures: Neoliberals generally support the idea of free markets, but they also recognize that market failures can occur and might need government intervention to correct them. On the other hand, Hezbollah's ideology leans towards a more socialist and collectivist approach, with a strong belief in the role of the state in managing and controlling the economy. They have been critical of the unregulated free market and promote state intervention in economic matters.
    3. Pro-Fiat Money: Neoliberalism is generally supportive of fiat money, which is the currency declared by a government to be legal tender. It allows for central banks to manage monetary policy and the money supply. While the stance on fiat money might not be a primary concern for Hezbollah, they have expressed opposition to the economic policies and influence of international financial institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, which are closely associated with neoliberal economic policies.
    4. Free Trade and Free Flow of Capital: Neoliberals advocate for free trade and the unrestricted flow of capital across borders to promote economic growth and efficiency. On the other hand, Hezbollah has taken a more protectionist stance on economic matters, especially when it comes to Lebanon's economic policies and relations with other countries. They prioritize domestic production and local economic self-sufficiency rather than embracing global free trade.
    5. Open Immigration: Neoliberalism typically supports open immigration policies, allowing for the free movement of people across borders to foster economic integration and cultural exchange. However, Hezbollah's position on immigration is not explicitly clear, but given its focus on national identity and resistance against external influence, it is unlikely that they would fully align with open immigration policies.
    6. Individualism: Neoliberalism places a strong emphasis on individualism, where individual freedom and personal responsibility are valued. Hezbollah, on the other hand, is a collective and ideological organization that prioritizes the group's interests and objectives over individual autonomy.
    7. Opposition to Populism, Collectivism, Socialism, and Austrian Economics: The provided definition explicitly mentions opposition to populism, collectivism, socialism, and Austrian economics. Hezbollah, as an organization, aligns more with collectivist and socialist ideologies, and they are known for their opposition to neoliberal economic policies and free-market capitalism because they are Islamic Populists.


    Lincoln was no different than jackson

    Lincoln was fighting a war against men armed with guns and european battle tactics alongside british support. If the confederates won there would be no native americans because their manifest destiny wanted a full golden circle. His decisions were out of wartime necessity. Jacksons decisions were because he was bat shit insane and actively manifest destineyed native americans out of the lands simply for whote supremacy. There is no comparison between the two and people making these arguments are historically isolated individualists who cant see history holistically.

    Pol Pot

    Agrarian Laicist retard that murdered religious people and refused help when cambodia was starving

    Vietnam Started the War

    Out of fear of Vietnamese expansionism, there were continuous border clashes between Cambodia and Vietnam. In January 1978, the Cambodian Army launched raids on various Vietnamese villages. The Vietnamese Politburo then concluded that it must not leave Pol Pot in power and began to train Cambodian refugees to overthrow Pol Pot’s government. Pol pot started the war against Vietnam, this is no different than the Russian ukraine war.


    Jackson was a white supremacist libertarian retard. Jackson's small-government fetishism and crank monetary policy views stunted the attempts of better leaders like John Quincy Adams to invest in American infrastructure, and led to the Panic of 1837, a financial crisis that touched off a recession lasting seven years. Jackson was succeeding John Quincy Adams, a truly great, scandalously underrated president who was an enthusiastic supporter of government intervention to build necessary infrastructure ("internal improvements") and fuel economic development. Adams believed that "taxing and being taxed were essential to responsible self-government; the country required a modern, national, and regulated banking system … and the federal government had an important role to play regarding the 'general welfare' in the creation of educational, scientific, and artistic institutions, such as the Smithsonian Museum, the national parks, the service academies, and land grant universities," according to recent biographer Fred Kaplan. Jackson believed none of that. He believed government was a threat to be contained, that national banks like the one originated by Alexander Hamilton were abominations and threats to freedom, and that the federal government's role in building infrastructure should be limited. He vetoed a bill to run a road in Kentucky, arguing that federal funding of such infrastructure projects was unconstitutional.

    "While he criticized the Maysville Road for being insufficiently national, Jackson did not wish to be misunderstood as favoring federal funding for a more truly national transportation system," Howe writes. "Instead he warned that expenditures on internal improvements might jeopardize his goal of retiring the national debt — or, alternatively, require heavier taxes." The veto, Howe continues, ultimately led to "the doom of any comprehensive national transportation program."

    Contrary to Jacksonian propaganda, the Second National Bank worked quite well. It produced reliable paper currency of consistent value across the country. But Jackson, as an avowed opponent of paper money and of national economic institutions like the Bank, vetoed the renewal of its charter in 1832. His rhetoric against the bank drew upon populist anti-bank sentiment, but its real crime in Jacksonian eyes was propping up a powerful government. "The advocates of hard money did not condemn banks as agents of capitalism," Howe writes. "They condemned them as recipients of government favor."

    Jackson's war on the bank, combined with his intent on paying off the national debt, would lead to one of the worst depressions in American history. Once the government started running a surplus, Jackson had nowhere to put the money, without the bank around. So he divided it among the states. "The state banks went a little crazy," Planet Money's Robert Smith explains. "They were printing massive amounts of money. The land bubble was out of control." Before long you had the Panic of 1837, and years of recession.

    Not all economic historians accept this story of the Panic. Others think Jackson screwed up in other ways that caused it. Vanderbilt's Peter Rousseau, for instance, blames two actions Jackson took in 1836 — requiring public lands be purchased with coins rather than paper money, and "supplemental" transfers of money between banks by the Treasury that summer — for causing the crash. This interpretation, Rousseau writes, "calls into question claims that the nation’s seventh President was an innocent bystander and casts serious doubt on his financial wisdom."

    But muh populism

    Jacksons populism was towards whites that wanted to expand their slave plantations and was geared towards the south. Frequent censorship was apart of his

    Austro Fascism

    Dolfuss was a pinochetan dictator

    I know about the mises situation, mises was in the same situation as schatt and left because he felt he wasn't being listened too. Austrofascism was in no way like Pinochet Chicago school.


    Fascism is capitalism in decay

    read faces of janus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX4y5Bny81c

    The Lebanese Kataeb Was not Fascist

    The Lebanese Kataeb was a paramilitary anti-communist group that followed the status quo in Lebanon except they wanted to emulate the fascist aesthetics of Mussolini such as discipline and nationalism. Their party was more inline with a paramilitary YMCA than any fascist group.

    Fascist Aesthetics

    "The Kataeb party was established on November 5, 1936 as a Maronite paramilitary youth organization by Pierre Gemayel who modeled the party after Spanish Falange and Italian Fascist parties he had observed as an Olympic athlete during the 1936 Summer Olympics held in Berlin, then Nazi Germany. The movement's uniforms originally included brown shirts and members used the Roman salute." This passage shows how the aesthetic was what drove Pierre not any actual fascist doctrine.

    He(Pierre) founded the party along with four other young Lebanese: Charles Helou (who later became a President of Lebanon), Chafic Nassif, Emile Yared and Georges Naccache.

    Economic liberalism

    "The Phalange Party motto is "God, the Fatherland, and the Family," and its doctrine emphasizes a free economy and private initiative. Phalangist ideology focuses on the primacy of preserving the Lebanese nation, but with a "Phoenician" identity, distinct from its Arab, Muslim neighbors. Party policies have been uniformly anticommunist and anti-Palestinian and have allowed no place for pan-Arab ideals."

    No fascist believes in leaving the fate of the country to the free market, that is a liberal economic philosophy.

    Western Reaction to SSNP

    The foundation of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party by Antun Saadeh in 1932 was the trigger for the establishment of the Kateb Party, since the former actively tried to influence Lebanon towards the Syrian interests, leading to direct challenge for Lebanese nationalists. The founders of the Kataeb Party were young, French-educated and middle-class professionals who committed to independent and Western-oriented Lebanon. Charles Helou, who later served as Lebanon's president from 1964 to 1970, was one of the founders. By the time of his presidency, however, Helou was no longer a party member, and Gemayel unsuccessfully opposed him in the presidential election of 1964.

    The creation of the Kataeb was a reaction based on a western oriented reaction to block the SSNP from removing western influence from the levant.


    The beliefs of the Lebanese Kataeb align more with national conservatism because of their lack of syndicalist rhetoric, their focus on national sovereignty, their privatization free economy rhetoric, and their alignment to western states like Israel.



    Franco was not a fascist

    A further impetus to economic liberalization came from the September 1953 signing of a mutual defense agreement, the Pact of Madrid, between the United States and Spain. In return for permitting the establishment of United States military bases on Spanish soil, the Eisenhower administration provided substantial economic aid to the Franco regime

    A former correspondent of London's Financial Times, Robert Graham, described the Franco era as "the triumph of paleocapitalism--primitive market skills operating in a jungle of bureaucratic regulations, protectionism, and peddled influence."

    A debate took place within the regime over strategies for extricating the country from its economic impasse, and Franco finally opted in favor of a group of neoliberals. The group included bankers, industrial executives, some academic economists, and members of the semi-secret Roman Catholic lay organization, Opus Dei (Work of God).

    Chinese Blueshirts were not fascist

    The chinese blueshirts adopted fascist aesthetics but they were not fascists. They also engaged in elitist activities that mimicked freemasonry.


    Sun yat sen was not a mason

    The sodality of Freemasonry that evolved out of the European Enlightenment bears no resemblance, other than the name, to another society—one that finds its origins in Southern China. Styling itself in English as The Chinese Freemasons, this body might be better termed the Vast Family (Hongmen) or Hall of Universal Justice (Chee Kong Tong).

    first explanation

    Chinese revolutionary and political leader, Sun Deming, often referred to as Guofu or "Father of the Nation", played a prominent role in the overthrow of the Qing Dynasty in 1911 under the pseudonym Sun Zhongshan.

    The history of that overthrow, and the myth-making accompanying it, has lead to some confusion as to Sun's relationship with Freemasonry. While never a member of regular Craft Freemasonry, Sun appears to have been active in at least one society commonly referred to as Chinese Freemasonry.

    Through his writings Sun attempted to depict the earlier Tiandihui Society as anti-Manchu, a perspective without historical merit but with great political value in mobilizing support for his revolution.

    Sun is believed to have joined the Zhigongtang (Chee Kung Tong) in Honolulu. It is also said that he "was a Triad official of long standing and is reported to have been a 426 "Fighter" official of the "Kwok On Wui, as it was called in Cantonese, in Honolulu and Chicago; this society came under the general supervision of the Cantonese-named Chi Kung Tong, a mainly overseas section of the Triad Hung Mun." The terms Tong and Triad, generally used in reference to criminal gangs, also incorporates a grouping of mutual aid societies under the name Tiandihui or Hangmen Society.


    Second explanation

    Sun yet sen joined many organizations and like Ataturk used them for his own gain. He joined the white lotus and the Taiping society and was all around had one goal in mind. So if he did join the masons as someone claimed there needs to be backup reasoning as to why.



    Napoleon was a FREEMASON

    napoleon fought against the masonic powers and destroyed freemasonry's influence in the countries that he went to.

    Napoleon was a Jewish pawn

    Napoleon was extremely antisemtic and he showed it in orthodox ways. His support for Israel was an attempt to have all the jews in one place so he could keep tabs on them. This is consistent with early answers to the Jewish question.

    King Louis emancipated the Jews and gave them special privileges in 1791.

    Napoleon rescinded these privileges and in the "infamous decree" he banned Jews from any form of finance/money lending or owning newspapers. He annulled all debts owed by anyone to Jews. And he changed the law to " guilty unless proven innocent" to any Jew accused of financial malfeasance



    Before we killed Muammar Gaddafi he led his nation to become the wealthiest in all of Africa. A decade after his demise, it is riven by tribalism, terrorism and slavery, all because the West could not allow an Arab leader to succeed. NATO’s bombing of Libya and support for rebels seeking to overthrow Gaddafi had little to do with wanting the country to prosper. Under the guise of ‘human rights’ and ‘democracy’, the Western military alliance helped murder one of the Arab world’s most prominent leaders in order to steal Libya’s resources and protect Western hegemony. Here’s what Libyans were getting: 1. There was no electricity bill in Libya; electricity was free for all its citizens. 2. There was no interest on loans, banks in Libya were state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at zero percent interest by law. 3. Having a home was considered a human right in Libya. 4. All newlyweds in Libya used to receive 60,000 dinars (£34,470) by the government to buy their first apartment, to help start up the family. 5. Education and medical treatments were free in Libya. Before Gaddafi only 25 percent of Libyans were literate. Today, the figure is 83%. 6. If Libyans wanted to take up a farming career, they would have received farming land, a farming house, equipment, seeds and livestock to kickstart their farms... all for free. 7. If Libyans could not find the education or medical facilities they needed, the government funded them to go abroad. For it was not only paid for, but they got a £1585/month for accommodation and car allowance. 8. If a Libyan bought a car, the government used to subsidize 50 percent of the price. 9. The price of petrol in Libya was £0.09 per litre. NINE PENCE!!!!! 10. Libya had no external debt and its reserves amounted to £103 billion -which are now frozen globally. 11. A portion of every Libyan oil sale was credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens. 12. A mother who gave birth to a child received £3447.


    The nazis hated native americans

    That's really fucking funny because the Nazis Mythologized native americans and considered them native american. The attempt to wash this away from history show a clear white supremacist agenda to remove native american history.

    Muh manifest destiny

    The native americans were manifest destinying eachother way before any white came into america. Imperialism isnt a monopoly of the nazi's and them adapting and revising manifest destiny has no correlation to wanting to genocide native american's. Marx revised utopian socialist arguments that doesnt mean he had all the beliefs of Fourier.

    Hitler was a wignat

    Hitler believed in 6 races and wasn't into a no more brother wars ideology like wignats like to portray him as some white saviour when he isn't.


    Stalin was a jew

    No he was not he was a georgian.


    Kim Jong Il

    Kim had a "reputation for being almost comically incompetent in matters of economic management". The economy of North Korea struggled throughout the 1990s, primarily due to mismanagement. In addition, North Korea experienced severe floods in the mid-1990s, exacerbated by poor land management. This, compounded with the fact that only 18% of North Korea is arable land[61] and the country's inability to import the goods necessary to sustain industry, led to a severe famine and left North Korea economically devastated.


    Lifestyle anarchism

    The problem of lifestyle anarchism, as articulated by Murray Bookchin, refers to a critique he raised against certain strands of anarchism that prioritize personal lifestyle choices over collective social and political action. Bookchin argued that focusing solely on individual lifestyle choices without engaging in broader societal change is insufficient for achieving meaningful and lasting transformation.

    According to Bookchin, lifestyle anarchists often emphasize personal autonomy, self-expression, and non-conformity through choices such as alternative diets, fashion, or subcultural practices. While these lifestyle choices may embody anarchist ideals on an individual level, Bookchin contended that they do little to challenge the fundamental structures of oppression and hierarchy that exist within society.

    Bookchin criticized lifestyle anarchists for their detachment from political struggles and their failure to address systemic issues such as capitalism, state power, and social inequality. He argued that without actively engaging in collective action and working towards structural change, lifestyle anarchists risked becoming apolitical and ineffective in challenging the oppressive forces that perpetuate social injustice.

    Bookchin believed that anarchism should strive for a comprehensive social revolution that seeks to fundamentally transform the economic, political, and social institutions of society. He emphasized the need for organized efforts to challenge and dismantle hierarchical power structures and replace them with decentralized, directly democratic alternatives.

    In Bookchin's view, lifestyle anarchism alone was limited in its ability to bring about meaningful change because it did not address the broader social and systemic issues that contribute to inequality and exploitation. He advocated for anarchists to participate in grassroots organizing, build alliances, and engage in collective struggles aimed at achieving a free and egalitarian society.



    • Pancasila-One of my main inspirations, UNITY IN DIVERSITY. Rest In Power Sukarno
    • Technocracy, Noocracy, [[Meritocracy]-This is how the economy should be organized.
    • Longism - One of the few American figures I like. Every Man A King! Coughlin is a great man due to being a pro-welfare clerofascist.
    • Bonapartism -A main inspiration. Many people mischaracterize you as a masonic or a Jewish puppet when you are not.
    • Falangism- One of My main Inspirations. Jose Antonio Presente
    • Gaddafism - Another inspiration, Very similar in theory to my beliefs (the sensical ones at least).
    • Vperedism -Another inspiration of mine. His theories on the intelligentsia are based as well as his cultural critiques.
    • Legionarism - Based inspiratiob of mine. The antisemitic waffle man!
    • Fourth Theory, National Bolshevism, National Syndicalism, Neosocialism - Legendary truly Socialist Brothers, may we restore what's good in the world dear Brothers :DDD
    • Khomeinism - An inspiration that showed that Trotsky's permanent revolution can be used in different ways. Ralsi is doing a good job as well.
    • Nationalism - A little bit of Nationalism is always good.
    • Federalism - An excellent concept that works perfectly for my vision of a unified humanity.
    • Ikki Kita Thought-Based Japanese man and inspiration
    • Integralism -Another big influence on my ideology. Also Paxtube is a good friend
    • Environmentalism - Defending our environment and countering climate change are perhaps the most pertinent issues of our time.
    • Pragmatism - I try to make friends whenever i can.
    • Welfarism - We need a global welfare state to help the unfortunate around us.
    • Brazilian Integralism - Based Brazillian friend
    • Globalism, Internationalists, Interculturalism, Cosmopolitanism - We will unite under the axiom and create a united world
    • Fusion Populism- The best populism.
    • Platonism - One of the main cores of my Philosophy as a whole, thank You, Plato, for existing and being such a great expression of God's Divine Essence.
    • Red Fascism, Fascism, Monarcho-Fascism,* Democratic Fascism, Counter-Enlightenment, Geofacism - Alliance of Fascists, Socialists, and Monarchists against Liberalism.
    • Ilminism -Park chung hee was extremely based.
    • Showa Statism - Liberator of Asia against Liberal Supremacy. Your left showa is very based. Your right not so much.
    • Paternalism,-- We must ensure what's good :DDD.
    • Keith Woods- Pretty Good guy and helped redpill boomers on capitalism.
    • Christian Socialism - Based
    • Cybercommunism - Makes my job even easier!
    • Anti-Free Speech - free speech leads to degeneracy
    • Deep Ecology - I really like your views on the environment. but you need to understand that humans have a special role to play within the environment.
    • Radical Environmentalism - Animal agriculture is the second largest contributor to human-made greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions after fossil fuels and is a leading cause of deforestation, water and air pollution and biodiversity loss.
    • Bismarckism - Created one of the first welfare states that functioned. Extremely Based.
    • Cultural Nationalism - A shared collective identity is my end-goal.
    • Allendism -Based dude who tried to make chile better. he wanted to remove jews from the country for terrorizing the populace. He wanted believed in a cure for homosexuality, and he worked with fascists like peron and velasco. Only bad part was he was a freemason.
    • Integral Nationalism - Based Friend from France
    • Mexican Fascism - Traditionalist, nationalist, irredentist and economic third positionist? Based!
    • Boseism Based Indian Man
    • Yockeyism -based american
    • Natural Law Theory, Roman Stoicism, Virtue Ethics, Moral Universalism, Absolute Idealism - Very important ideas to my philosophy as a whole.
    • Utopian Socialism, Agrarian Socialism, Gift Economy, Guild Socialism, and Distributism - My economic friends indeed, one day surely, we will restore a proper economic order of the universe into reality and free people from the oppression of capitalists of any kind.
    • Hobbesianism - I really like your work.
    • Tolkienism - Thank You Tolkien for existing and expressing such Eternal Principles and Truth in Your Works, I believe that LOTR, Silmarillion, and similar books of Your are expressions of both exoteric truth in the world's history and also of esoteric deeper one. May we restore Arda.
    • Tsarism - Based men from russia!
    • Mladorossism - Very based socialist monarchism.
    • Eco-Fascism - Natural Environment is sacred and we must defend it.
    • Arab Socialism - Nasser and the pan arab state are based.
    • Conservative Socialism - Sadly, You're too moderate Brother, but Your ideas overall are good
    • Putinism -you have your own problems you have to deal with. But you have done a great job for Russia and have been an anti-liberal force.
    • Abraham Lincoln -Based Proto fascist president. It was the right choice to end slavery during a brutal civil war and it was a good idea to send former slaves back to their natural homeland but it never happened because of a Confederate con artist.
    • Left-Wing Nationalism - We should have you across the world and create a united left wing nationalist world.
    • Theocracies - There is Perennial Primordial Truth common in World's Religions, Your pure form ultimately leads to God indeed.
    • Juche - Basically national socialism, but even your autarky is extreme for me.
    • Socialism - Very based, Too bad your modern followers are uneducated liberals
    • - Nuclear energy is my favorite type of energy and my nuclear program is purely scientific. URANIUM PURITY LEVELS AT 84% of 90%, ERASING THE ZIONIST ENTITY SOON...
    • British Fascism - Based British inspiration.
    • Dengism, Xi Jinping Thought - Occupies a similar region to me on the political compass, just be less friendly to Israel and you are good. Also free tibet and stop being imperialist to my asian friends.
    • Syndicalism - Syndicates should be the backbone of the workers.
    • Gaullism - You were robbed of a good future by liberalism and forced to make so many hard decisions and compromises. Algeria wasn't your fault, you inherited a France that was exploited.
    • Blueshirtism -based irish friends
    • Keynesian School - "Fascism entirely agrees with Mr. Maynard Keynes, despite the latter's prominent position as a Liberal. In fact, Mr. Keynes' excellent little book, The End of Laissez-Faire (1926) might, so far as it goes, serve as a useful introduction to fascist economics. There is scarcely anything to object to in it and there is much to applaud."[19]
    • Euskadi Carlism - You are better than original Carlism!
    • Eco-Socialism - Good ideas but needs to be more forward-thinking.
    • Castroism - The based closeted Falangist himself.
    • Alter-Globalism - You want to unite the world while protecting workers and the common people, wonderful! Still doesn't like my idea of a single world government but I try to get along with him nonetheless whether he likes it or not.
    • Georgism - Your ideas are surprisingly compatible with mine. The land of the world belongs to all people and those that claim it for themselves do so at the cost of others.
    • Catholic Workerism -good friend, the anarchism is only to create a seperate society within america so i dont mind.
    • Singapore -Crypto fascist friend that made on of the greatest cities.
    • Scientocracy & Technocracy - We have similar interests and I particularly like your dedication to science, knowledge, and education. CERN is a great example of international scientific collaboration.
    • Tridemism - Very based principles to modernize china. Too bad Yuan shikai went haywire. I know there are masonic conspiracy theories on you but i mainly hate chiang kai shek.
    • Austrofascism - My Austrian friend, dolfuss did good kicking out mises. Too bad he was killed a month after.
    • Cameralism - "Science of the state"? That definitely sounds great.
    • Welfare Chauvinism - Good friend but usually to ultra nationalist.
    • Bull Moose Progressivism - I like Teddy, he also agrees with me on trusts.
    • Universal Monarchism - This would be acceptable if it is a constitutional or ceremonial monarchy.I wish I was the Emperor of Mankind (pre-Horus Heresy).
    • Bukharinism - It was sad that you were purged when you would have made russia even better than before.
    • Pan-Africanism - Our independence is meaningless unless it is linked up with the total liberation of the African continent!
    • Sandinismo - I support the Sandinistas!
    • Infrared -Pretty cool guy, his community is pretty retarded though.
    • Sanationism - Respect for The Marshal! Very based poland. Smigly may have been a mason though which is cringe
    • Socialism of the 21st Century-Based South American friend
    • Nkrumaism, - Based guys, too bad the CIA took you out.
    • eco globalism - Climate change is a global issue and requires global cooperation.
    • Peruanismo - Really cool guy inspired by Tito and others that tried to make Peruvian fascism that wasn't disgusting.
    • Rodrigo Duterte- Cool guy in the phillipines


    • Futurism -There is a reason why you end up crashing and burning yet you like that. Japans warrior ethos is still beter and i can get it from jihad too.
    • Pacifists - (Sigh) Look...... I prefer peace too, but if you won't even fight Liberals or other Degenerates then de factoly speaking you're as well as helping them, this should be elementary-level common sense.
    • Trumpism - If only you kept your previous views and weren't cucked to the GOP establishment...
    • Stalinism -hes allright, too bad he repressed religion and purged bhukarin.
    • Right-Wing Populism - Cultural Marxism is Cultural Liberalism, as long as we have capitalism and liberalism we will have this degeneracy you see today. Receptive of my cultural ideas thought but is being slowly subverted by liberalism.
    • Left-Wing Populism - On the right track, but way too progressive for me. People like RFK and corbyn are based, while Bernie is cringe in social policies. And BLM is a capitalist scam.
    • Guild Socialism - He's pretty cool but his business model is very old fashioned.
    • Attlee Socialism - One of the only good UK prime ministers.
    • Hindutva -Based party in India, I don't like that you killed Gandhi or that you dont have a corporatist or socialist system. Try not to be nazcap and don't support Israel.
    • Aristocracy - The aristocracy of a country can be good or bad, depends on the country. Supporting it just to support it is idiotic.
    • Alt-Lite - Too moderate and economically right-wing sadly, but at least you've got some decent ideas.
    • Salazarism -Based and way more tolerable than franco. Too bad he joined nato but he led portugal for the better.
    • Japan LDPism - Friends from the Far East but War interventionism isn't a smart idea...
    • Fiscal Conservatism - I understand that having a big public debt sucks and a balanced budget is important, but you could cut other expenses instead. And what's wrong with higher tax rates anyway?
    • European Nationalism, Ethnic Nationalism - I will fight for your right to exist, but miscegenation is not the main evil you say it is.
    • Mastrianoism - Really dude, Qanon is one of your influences? you need to get out of that bubble and learn to hate capitalism and liberalism.
    • Francoism - You abandoned Jose Antonio to die, then you neoliberalized. You were in it just for yourself and used others to get in your way. But at the same time you prevented spain from becoming a masonic pit for a time.
    • Situationism - One of my Influences and teachers. It taught me the spectacle of capitalism. Too bad it was used to foment egoism and individualism.
    • Guevarism - Pretty cool guy who worked with peron. His foco strategy is something that I adopted too. Too bad he is anti religion
    • Reactionary Liberalism - Economic liberalism only breeds more degeneracy. at least you are more tolerable than other liberals.
    • Christian Democracy - You're more moderate than me on diplomacy but you're bearable, just cut it with supporting sodomy. American solidarity party and Kanye are based tho.
    • Nordic Model - You seem to have economics similar to mine but refuse to call yourself Socialist.
    • Industrialism - Polluter and destroyer, Ted Kaczynski and Tolkien were right.
    • Carlism -Too reactionary but a good ally against liberalism.
    • Social Democracy - Is a good mask to use. And a good segway to third positionism. Too bad people try to liberalize it.
    • Nehru Socialism-I looked at your page and i like the stuff i see with the anti zionism and left social authoritarianism, but i heard you cucked to the liberals.
    • Horthyism- You were allright for hungary, but too many jews were saved
    • Person Dignity Theory -you had a good corporatist system being created but your killing of buddhists ruined any hope for it to be implemented.
    • Democratic Socialism - You were based back then but usually you are a cringe liberal nowadays
    • Ho Chi Minh Thought - Good guy, I'm sure if you saw Israel now, then you wouldn't support them. Still better than pol pot
    • Constitution Party)-Your party worships a piece of paper that does none of the things you want to fufill. Liberalism is incompatible with your views and you keep trying to go towards it. Embrace distributism already. It embarrassing i used to be with you guys
    • Paleoconservatism - Isolationist boomer who follows liberalism, my experience with the constitution party was a dead end boomer circle jerk. Tucker Carlson's fusion populism are cool. Marjorie taylor greene's qanon is extremely cringe. The groypers are in a civil war with oneanother and have a homo side they need to purge.
    • Marxism-Leninism, State Socialism, State Capitalism - I appreciate your revision from Marx to create something new. Too bad it often becomes a degenerated Crony state.
    • Anationalism - While we both agree on a united world, I definitely don't think anarchism is the best way to achieve that. I guess I could use Esperanto as a way to unite the human race.
    • Democracy -Tyranny of the stupid, system that puts majority opinion even if it means suicide.
    • Neoreactionaryism - On one hand, you are often a stupid liberal, and many of your transhumanist ideas are dangerous. And Nick Lands' plans are outright disgusting. But often, your ideas are derived from the same sources as mine and you often have a certain respect for tradition.
    • Civic Nationalism - You have been corrupted by liberalism. A revision is needed just like in Yugoslavia Or China.
    • Modism - Very good out of the options for india, just be less capitalist and less zionist.
    • Maoism -I do appreciate that you achieved a successful land reform, though. But it was too violent and ineffective, which only hurt farmers later.
    • Multiculturalism, Humanism -You have some good ideas, but you're too focused on pointless identity politics and putting people against each other for you to really work. We need to actually unite people, not divide them. Liberalism has warped you into anti cultural commodity egoism.
    • Mutualism - I don't like anarchism, but I can appreciate his economic model. and his otherbased views.
    • Libertarian Market Socialism - Same as above but with some state.
    • National Conservatism , Paternalistic Conservatism, Lawsonomy - Good candidate for radicalization.
    • Nazi-Maoism/Franco Freda Though -A lot of my friends like you, me not so much because of your anti church sentiment.
    • Nazism - I don't like your racial policies, I'd rather have them for everyone. But I won't forget that you were the main adversary of liberal power.
    • Liberation Theology - Usually liberal and degenerate, but your conservative aspects are based.
    • Aung San Suu Kyi Thought - God, you were a disappointing leader in so many ways.
    • Alt-Right -I used to be one of you until i realized that you are just racist liberals. You do not want to help your own race, you just want other races to be hurt and you do not want to get out of the liberal capitalist system that exploits you. Still you may be the only willing fighters to go out and fight unlike boomers.
    • Reactionary Socialism - You're head is in the right place, just ditch the decentralization and strict reactionism.
    • Neoluddism, Agrarianism - Head is in the right place but we can't completely remove industrialization. You will help us create a post-industrial society.
    • Khrushchevism - Don't know enough about you but your persecution of religion is cringe. Your we will bury you speech is based tho.
    • National Anarchism - I like your anti-capitalism and social views, but get a state anarkiddy.
    • Pahlavism - You may have been a friend of hitler and educated on fascism but your obsession with westernization and becoming a resource cursed economy is extremely cringe. If you listed to the islamic revolutionaries you could have broken from the west.
    • Jason Unruhe- Taught me a lot of things when i was young, too bad he became more tolerant to cultural liberalism and cant understand fascism.
    • Social Capitalism - A good cover for my beliefs.
    • Pol Potism - I can always appreciate a fellow socialist nationalist, and what you did with the banks was based, but you're f*cking insane.
    • Neo-Ottomanism - You're not perfect but I would rather support you than those cringe liberals and succdems.
    • Leninism - Had some ups and downs
    • Hoppeanism -"That is, they subsidize immigration- they force taxpayers to subsidize immigration. In particular, they also subsidize domestic employees who contract foreign cheaper workers". Hoppe is a weird mixed bag, I don't like his economics or his cultural views but he presents his arguments in a way that I can use. Democracy the god that failed is a great book. Too bad he's an ancap.
    • Democratic Confederalism, -Bookchin used to babysit me when I was a kid. His anti-capitalism influenced my beliefs. The only thing I don't agree with is your libertarianism and fear of authority. Rest in peace
    • Cardenismo - Why did you send volunteers to Republican Spain to kill Catholics when you just got out of the cristero wars and criticized Calles for doing the exact same thing the Republicans were doing? Without your terrible foreign policy I would say you are based.
    • Black Hundredism - Basically the russian version of hindutva and has the same problems as it. Its ultranationalism clouds its visions.
    • Sandersism -A jewish liberal, but he is one of the best out of the shit options we have.
    • Marxism - It is now sufficiently clear that even the socialism—or sociology—of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, which emerged as the opposing worldview, is a very vulgar interpretation of society. In spite of all claims of opposing it, they could not escape serving capitalism—even more so than its official ideology, liberalism. This is sufficiently clear from the trends, movements, and state systems of real socialism, Social Democracy, and national liberation. Despite their highly noble traditions of struggle, if the above mentioned trends and movements, while acting in the name of oppressed classes and nations, have found themselves in this situation, this is closely related to their knowledge structures. The knowledge structures that they rely on—both in their positive and negative aspects—have produced overall results that have contradicted their intentions. These outcomes would not have emerged so easily if there were not a chain of serious flaws and mistakes in their fundamental paradigm and structures.
    • Confederalism - You are too decentralized, but you may be used for a gradual transition. HRE and CSA are horrible. The former is too close to Patchwork and the latter is both racist and separatist.
    • Fitzhughism - Your Ideology is gross. I dont want a confederal slave society.
    • Silver Legionism -You are the reason that leftists today are so retarded with your new age shit.


    • Spanish Republicanism- You killed Jose Antonio, his black bodyguard, and the innocent Spaniards who didnt follow your liberal ideology, you white supremacist, masonic liberal fuck!
    • File:KKK.pnG [KKK]- Liberal reactionary white supremacist, you will never be a fascist with your beliefs.
    • Liberal Conservatism - Just another cringe laisses-faire who pretends he's a conservative. Chris Sunnunu did listen to me which is based. Hopefully he becomes a distributist one day.
    • BLM -CAPITALIST SCAM! you trick black people into abiding the system that opresses them.
    • Sorosism -Your open society is the cultural liberalism that is poisoning the world
    • Racial Nationalism - Our True Nationality Is The Axiomatic Truth
      • White Nationalism - Your entire existence is based off of liberalism and a separation from religion. There is no white race. Its fun to see wignats fight each other on whether greeks or italians are white.
      • Black Nationalism - you have the same problems as the white nationalists trying to seperate yourself from the community without fixing the underlining problems.
    • Rockwel Neo-Nazism - This retard perverted fascism and national socialism into retarded racist liberalism. It's good that the Greek that got kicked out of the party for being knowledgeable on fascism killed you.
    • Eco-Capitalism -An Oxymoron. Capitalism is inherently cancerous and profit driven instead of environmentally driven.
    • Authoritarian Capitalism - Authoritarianism and unregulated capitalism. What a nightmare.
    • National Capitalism - This what happens when rightists dont read literature or understand socialism. They become economic liberal totalitarians.
    • Trotskyism - Your Permanent revolution idea is mine now. And i like purposefully misinterpreting your works to make you seem like a fascist. Your modern day counterparts are liberal pawns.
    • Frankfurt School - Disgusting Jewish liberals that larped as marxists and ruined the American old left to create the new left.
    • Ultranationalism - Easily the worst nationalist by a long shot. "Nationalism cannot flower if it does not grow in the garden of Internationalism. Internationalism cannot flower if it is not rooted in the soil of nationalism.
    • Isolationism - Why are you so distrustful of outsiders? You only further divide the various people of the world. We got your little cottage in the forest surrounded, consume the corn syrup!
    • Reformist Marxism - Bernstein and all his spawn were liberals trying to disguise themselves as Marxists.
    • MLK Jr -You are a Jewish liberal puppet that perverted socialism and made the black population degrade into what it is today. Fatherless poverty-stricken and infighting.
    • Churchillism - Masonic White supremacist warmonger who brought the world into war.
    • Civil Libertarianism - You expand degeneracy among people and lead to cultural decay.
    • Gonzalo Thought - ..Retard that boiled babies alive in peru
    • Liquid Democracy - Oh, a bottle! I sure hope this won't be one of the reasons that caused the breakup of Yugoslavia.
    • Anarchism - While a few of my more left-leaning supporters may not outright hate you, the fact is that I don't care if you say that 'anarchism' and 'anarchy' somehow aren't the same thing. Believe it or not, we can have a borderless society without your gullible idea of just completely getting rid of the state.
    • National Primitivism & Odalism & Volkism - Now what, Fascist-Tribalism? Where are these abominations coming from?
    • Ethnocacerism -Retarded Racialist Nazbol who wants to do a genocide in peru. You are insane!
    • Vaushism -Pedophile degenerate who is a corrupt manipulator.
    • Capitalism, Jewish Capitalism - Expression of Enlightenment, Satanic Idea that is one of the cores of nearly all problems we have in existence.
    • Eco-Anarchism - Anarchism will not save the environment
    • Enlightenment - Core of most problems of the Modern Universe, Enlightenment put humans above supernatural, reason above wisdom and intuition, and liberty above morality and proper behavior.
    • Zelenskyism -Faggot Jew Who brought Ukraine Into war
    • Zionism, Kahanism - Your leaders are the same as NWO leaders and founders of Enlightenment ultimately. Horrible beings they are indeed, who are responsible perhaps for the majority of the world's problems. Funny how everything in the protocols of zion are coming true and observable in daily life.
    • Objectivism - My opposite and is one of (((them))), truly evil.
    • Liberal Feminism - The experiences of first world priviledged liberal upper-middle class white women do not represent all the women of the world.
    • Neoliberalism, Neoconservatism, Neo-Libertarianism - Status Quo of System of Diabolic Powers, Your end is near, and Goodness will be restored. We will Bury You
    • Liberalism - The real power of capitalist modernity is not its money or its weapons; its real power lies in its ability to suffocate all utopias - including the socialist utopia which is the last and the most powerful of all - with its liberalism.
    • Bundism - International Jewish supremacist organization who saps the wealth from other countries.
    • Pinochetism -Jew puppet that ruined Chile and terrorized it with his rape dogs. Very suspicious that you went against Allende after he said homosexuals can be cured and that jews are a poison.
    • New Ageism - disgusting perversion of theosophy. Liberalism corrupts everything it touches.
    • Libertarianism - Surely, the worst version of Liberalism, may you be purged from Universe, for allowing immorality, pollution, and disorder of things that are sacred. If you believed in Kindness you wouldn't be a libertarian.
    • Franklin D. Roosevelt - Masonic plutocrat that plunged the world into war. I don't care if you met Mosley and i don't care if you admired the soviet union. You are a white supremacist piece of shit.
    • Thatcherism - Ding dong the witch is dead!
    • Plutocracy - Oligarchical Rule of any kind including of Pseudo-Aristocratic Elitarists or Corporatocrats is horrible and is the opposite of Natural Humble Leadership that is close to people. Under the current system of global governance, large multi-national corporations avoid taxes and regulations, damage the environment, and cause global wealth inequality. Also, the influence that military contractors have over governments is one of the main reasons behind many recent wars.
    • Individualism - Same as above, but applied to Individuals, reject your False Ego and embrace Eternal.
    • De Francism - OH GOD, WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS??!
    • Mandelaism -i don't approve of apartheid. you existing and ruining south africa is not a good alternative.
    • Anarcho-Egoism - You seriously think you can just go around serving your own interest instead of the state? F*cking cringe... AND WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU READ HEGEL AND FOLLOW HIS TEACHINGS?! GGGAAAAAHHHH!!!
    • Jewish Theocracy -Your entire identity is built off of rejecting jesus and racial supremacy. You are disgusting
    • Liberal Socialism - Liberalism corrupting socialism
    • Girondism and La Plaineism - The original masonic warmongers
    • Yeltsinism -Retarded Alcoholic that destroyed the soviet union and made crony capitalism in russia.
    • Azovism/Biletskyism-NazCap wignats who are israeli and liberal pawns.
    • American Republicanism - You are just a liberal on a speed limit and a part of the liberal hegemony
    • Rockefeller Republicanism - The Original Rhino
    • Jacksonian Democracy - Libertarian mason who brought the us into a depression.
    • Progressivism - Perhaps the worst expression of Enlightenment and Liberalism, polluter of everything that it touches.
    • Eisenhowerism - It was you who vastly expanded the MIC and the powers of CIA and military lobbyists in the first place.
    • Reaganism- Neoliberal who destroyed the american dream.
    • Jeffersonian Democracy - Decentralizer that wanted jacobin revolutions in europe and wanted to spread liberalism.
    • Anti-Fascism - Crush the Anti-Fascist Mob.-
    • Hedonism, Sexual Liberationism, Sexocracy - The easiest way to destroy your life as whole.
    • Pink Capitalism - Wicked and Evil Enemy of Universe as a whole.
    • State Liberalism - Same as above, just wants his wicked government to enforce this. You have no right to exist and will not last.
    • Three Represents -You are Chinese Reagan and are responsible for all the corruption in china!!
    • Wilsonianism -Racist who tried to spread white supremacy worldwide and destroyed the monarchies of europe.
    • Suhartoism-You undermined sukarno and made indonesia into a capitalist pit, good thing you kicked out.
    • Secularism - The state must be an expression of the Higher Divine Order of existence. and You want to destroy it, everyone can notice surely how much of evil you and your other enlightenment liberal zombies have spawned.
    • Anarcho-Capitalism - Stateless (((Bankers))), your theorist is literally a bourgeois Jew.
    • Apartheid - Stop oppressing black people, You racist sh*tty-ass son of a b*tch! They are humans like us, NOT animals!


    The Unbound Prometheus: Technological Change and Industrial Development in Western Europe from 1750 to the Present by David S. Lanes (Shortened Version

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    Zionist literature to understand their ideology

    Alexander Hamilton

    Some of Henry George's major publications


    Democratic Confederalist

    Distributist Literature



    What is the Gnosticism in Layman's Terms?


    Reflections on the Limits of Liberalism



    1. Why should they be allowed to decide the future of a nation or empire that depends on heterosexual reproduction to survive? This is consistent that ususrers shouldnt be given rights either because they dont provided anything of material value. Its absolutely ludicrous that these people who mostly engage in behaviors that are not only vile, but borgeiousie, to the point where someone like even Karl Marx was appaled at their very presence, to allow them to participate in a process that defines whether a civilization stays afloat or sinks into the ground with all the other "failed" civilizations. By restricting their constitution, the people who actually are able to give this country its workers, its scientists, its clergy, its leaders, that less policies could be passed that affect the ability of families to prosper. its also a good way to stop big gay in its tracks and encourage more people to pursue traditional gender roles and traditional morals if their rights get taken away from them. who knows, they might learn their lesson and civilizations and societies won't fall as easily, and we might even get beyond space.
    2. Minors and felons are usually excluded from having political rights, although there have been efforts by liberal democracies to include them.
    3. [A Sharing Economy: How Social Wealth Funds Can Reduce Inequality and Help Balance the Books by Stewart Lansley
    4. The American oil industry, for example, made $162,553 billion a year on average between 2010 and 2020. It is easy to imagine what the government could do if all that revenue went directly to them.
    5. When CEOs Buy Their Own Stock, Pay Attention, Forbes Magazine
    6. How WinCo Foods Turns Its Employees Into Millionaires, Strixus
    7. It should be noted that while private health insurance would be undermined, the actual provision of healthcare services (e.g., doctor's practices and hospitals) would remain in private hands.
    8. The Constitution of North Korea (1972): 'The great idea of Comrade Kim Il Sung and the great achievements made under his leadership are the lasting treasures of the Korean revolution and the basic guarantee for the prosperity of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Under the leadership of the Workers' Party of Korea, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Korean people will hold the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung in high esteem as the eternal President of the Republic and carry the revolutionary cause of Juche through to completion by defending and carrying forward the idea and achievements of Comrade Kim Il Sung. The Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea shall be called Kim Il Sung's Constitution, the codification of the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung's Juche-oriented ideas on and exploits in State building.'
    9. 9.0 9.1 Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (2012): 'Under the leadership of the Workers’ Party of Korea, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Korean people will uphold the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung as the eternal President of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Comrade Kim Jong Il as the eternal Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and will carry the revolutionary cause of Juche through to completion by defending and carrying forward their ideas and achievements.'
    10. Constitution of the Republic of China (Taiwan): "The National Assembly of the Republic of China, by virtue of the mandate received from the whole body of citizens, in accordance with the teachings bequeathed by Dr. Sun Yat-sen in founding the Republic of China, and in order to consolidate the authority of the State, safeguard the rights of the people, ensure social tranquility, and promote the welfare of the people, does hereby establish this Constitution, to be promulgated throughout the country for faithful and perpetual observance by all."
    11. Orthodoxy, Chapter 4
    12. "Freiheit statt Demokratie" Der libertäre Vordenker und bekennende "Antidemokrat" Hans-Hermann Hoppe über seine provokanten Thesen / The libertarian thought leader and avowed "anti-democrat" Hans-Hermann Hoppe on his provocative theses (2005).
    13. All of the parts i wnated from it could easily be gotten from buddhism and the east without the baggage gnosticism carries
    14. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(22)00070-0/fulltext
    15. https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2020/03/iran-forcing-gay-men-gender-transition-surgeries-make-straight/
    16. https://www.dw.com/en/how-irans-anti-lgbt-policies-put-transgender-people-at-risk/a-53270136
    17. https://www.dw.com/en/iran-how-transgender-people-survive-ultraconservative-rule/a-57480850
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    19. James Strachey Barnes, Universal Aspects of Fascism, Williams and Norgate, London: UK, 1928, pp. 113-114

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