Furthest Right


As time goes on, it becomes clearer that Leftism has moved past its sell-by date. It promised many things, delivered on none, and brought about a raft of other problems which previously did not exist.

In the name of ending poverty and class warfare, it effectively destroyed our upper castes, caused people to stop breeding, made an ordinary life without many hours a day in corporate servitude impossible, and exploded the human population.

Now we find ourselves waking up in a diversity wasteland where getting hitched to a corporation and then doing as little as possible to offend anyone seems to be the only way out of the ghetto, but it also eats up our lives and moral choice.

We can argue how well a system works all day but once it begins to sabotage the private lives of those living under it, the system has invalidated itself. It failed in its promises and brought horrors instead.

This means that worldwide Leftism — sometimes called “globalism,” “internationalism,” or “world federalism” — has begun to fall. The first stage is that people do not reject it, but stop having faith in it.

That means that the cutting edge of our society is no longer endorsing concepts like entitlements, diversity, unions, equality, individualism, and civil rights. They see the answers as existing somewhere else, away from those.

Sad sacks that you see endorsing these things are behind the crest of the trend, meaning that they are the useful idiots and repeaters who come after the groundbreakers, and they are just imitating others in hopes of social success.

Very few of us on a practical level want to live under the alternatives to democracy like communism, fascism, socialism, national socialism, oligarchy, or military rule. These are oppressive and crush goodness in life.

Consequently, the cutting edge of human thinking has moved on to alternatives. Around here, we talk about Futurist Traditionalism, or a way of holding true to the concept of the past while pushing forward to new and greater things.

That rejects the backward-looking, wistful and nostalgic nature of conservatism, but also the Leftist focus on social “progress” at the expense of finding new realms to explore. Futurists see anti-poverty, for example, as irrelevant.

Regardless of what it is chosen, it will consist in, as the conservatives encourage, backing up the car to the last point where Western Civilization really made sense, probably the pre-Enlightenment™ medieval days or earlier.

It will involve avoiding the errors of Athens and Rome — diversity, bureaucracy, democracy, equality, empire — and replacing them with what made Europe thrive before Christianity: manorial feudalism, strong culture, social hierarchy, and a drive toward realism plus qualitative excellence (arete).

As a result, it is going to involve monarchism, which means picking your best people by the intersection between high intelligence and noble character, then entrusting them with money and power to keep it away from the middle classes.

Further, it means looking into what makes a civilization, and finding that the core of it is nature, meaning genetics, biology, and natural selection. All monarchism is ethno-monarchism, or societies made of one ethnic group only.

We can develop some principles of this forward ancient order:

  1. Realism: results matter more than optics, and consequences in reality far outweigh the various commentary about them.
  2. Humility: this means a lack of individualism, or the desire to make the individual succeed at the expense of all else, usually by drawing attention with optics and complaints.
  3. Unity: what is good for the best people is good for the nation, what is good for the bad people is bad for the nation, and having the best in power means a good outcome for all.
  4. Culture: government and economics displace culture, so it must always operate at a higher level of importance than those methods.
  5. Streamlining: decay occurs when too much detail is loaded into the system, obliterating the “why” and the goal. Reduce to the simplest possible form always.
  6. Character: people are born good or bad, so we have a social hierarchy with the best at the top, and they make the decisions without necessary regard to the others.

Ethno-monarchism says that there can be no pluralism, or agreeing to disagree, on crucial issues. Societies are formed of one ethnic group that then comes to some conclusions about its basic values and principles.

You cannot enforce unity or goodness, only select for them. This means that such a society will be constantly eugenic, sending away those who do bad and rewarding only those who do good.

This takes us in a different direction than The Enlightenment,™ the tendency to liberalize rules so that individualism could be the dominant order, is willing to consider.

Of course, that is the type of change we need. It is time to cast aside these old failed ideas instead of redoubling our efforts to force them to work against nature, and to escape to the fresh air of a world without egalitarianism.

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