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Core Philosophy Of Brett Stevens

The core philosophy of Brett Stevens consists of a transition from active nihilism to a notion known as parallelism, which (1) refers to how to assess the truth of pattern causality, (2) resolves the tension between dualism and monism, and (3) asserts an independence of method from the universal, allowing multiple human groups to have their own semi-arbitrary methods of adaptation.

This includes a notion of futurist traditionalism, or the idea that tradition is eternal but needs orientation toward the future in order to arise, since most traditionalism so far has been reactionary and therefore unstable. It also notes that the reason for the failure of the Right has not been the Right, but the inherent tendency of the lower 90% of humanity to favor illusions over realism.

Consequently, the first job we anticipate is to rediscover realism or the idea that reality exists, is independent of our desires, and is consistent even if we perceive it unequally. We then have to get away from the combination of individualism and social pressure which claims that we perceive the world equally, creating a universal standard that is both accepting of all and enforced on all, a form of control masked as “freedom.”

You may find more of interest in the Amerika mission statement, but this outline should give you the core ideas of Brett Stevens.

Introduction

Love and Nihilism: A Parallelism Primer

A Parallelism Primer

What Is Conservatism?

Goals

Nationalism

The Nationalism FAQ

Nationalism defends the rare against the average

Why cultural morality is better than governmental morality

Race: the ultimate taboo

Ending the 20th century

We are the future

Realism

Nihilism

Learning to Fly

Postmorality

Reality is Nihilism

Racist? We’re not; multiculturalism is.

Faith Through Nihilism

Conservation

Ecocide

Nature is a Bug-Wrecking Factory

Trees

Conservationism versus environmentalism

Conservationism Summary

Environmental holocaust

Family

Sex and Love

Sexual liberation sacrificed the family

Soul restoration

The existentialist case for Conservatism

Postmodernism

Postmodernism

Facing emptiness

Diagnosis

Equality/Altruism

Equality as a tool of the salesperson

The psychological consequences of equality

Why Civilization Requires Selfishness

Dysfunctionality

Iconoclasm

Method

Face Value

The Dunning-Kruger effect

Moving away from the subsidy model

Inversion

Divided nation

Solipsism/Narcissism -> Individualism

The Small World

Intransigence

Oncology

Darkness and light

All liberals are cowards

There’s a real world out there

How Baby Boomers spread a schizoid worldview

21st century conflict: brats versus opportunists

Generational conflict

Education is not intelligence

Passive aggression

A certain sense of satisfaction

Responsibility

Progress

This World is Becoming — High School

Utopia is a day in hell

Bleak

Why conservatism is important

California

Bureaucratic methods wreck everything

Success for me, but not for thee — the secret of guilt culture

Democracy

The election

Are we the failures, or is it?

Fiddling While Rome Burns

How to Become Your Parents

Diversity

Diversity Doesn’t Work

Diversity is genocide

Knowing when to fish or cut bait

Surviving Multiculturalism

Separating Cause and Effect

Multiculturalism leads to monoculturalism and fragmentation

No-culture is still culture that wants to destroy other cultures

Crowdism/Collapse

1789

Crowdism

The headlines change, but the pattern is the same

Angkor Wat syndrome

Liberalism as a social phenomenon

Depression

The problem is the Crowd

The pathology of a mob

Will to Power as cooperation

Failures of Right-Wing Movements

Destroy White Nationalism

Blame can be a disease

Methods

Secession

Texas Secession

Forgiveness

White secession

Health

The First Lecture

Men Among the Compost

Continuity Movement

One World

Fantasy

Identity

Cultural Revival

Eugenics

Are you third world or first world, in bed?

Low Biological Quality of Humankind

Creating the African Superman

You’re not oppressed; you’re irresponsible

Consequentialism

To reign in hell

Radical Evil

Confused conservatives

Leadership/Hierarchy

Why Libertarianism fails

Profiles

Theodor Herzl

Jacques Cousteau

Pentti Linkola

Ted Kaczynski

Updated through (http://www.amerika.org/politics/bureaucratic-methods-wreck-everything/) May 29, 2011 (http://www.amerika.org/page/217/).

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