So, I've been wanting to discuss this for a while, statecraft, government and policy. And how we obtain the holy grail of good government. Where citizens can actually be happy with the way things are run and we are empowered to live good lives.
As most of us are, I'm politically far removed from centrist feelings of keeping up the status quo, and when I attack the status quo of the Western Liberal Democracy (WLD) that I live under, I'm reminded of resident court jester Winston Churchills famous quote, that it is the best system out of all the bad systems we have tried.
Obviously, that is an intellectually foul thing to say, and it shows a deepseated unwillingness to reimagine the economic and political systems we have built in the WLD, to support our way of life.
So I'd like to discuss policy with you all, my spiritual comrades in arms, about how a society would look, in which we win. In which we can shape ourselves and the future.
I don't want to hear about killing Jews, killing Arabs and killing blacks. Obviously we can't build our societies purely around slaughter. So just don't go there, nobody cares about how we need draconic laws to keep Jews out of government affairs and national finances. That's obviously a given, what is important is how we would actually want our institutions built, so they can outlast our generation and pave the way for future generations.
Ideas such as Feder's abolition of interest slavery, Keyenes model economic policies and the distribution of executive, legislative and judicial powers, are insanely important for us to discuss and understand, if we want to offer the vast majority of people, who simply don't care, an alternative to the current WLDs where we're subjected to rampant materialism and a return to our most basic purpose of breeding and finding instant gratification.
How does the NatSoc state we envision, actually work, if we wanted to establish a framework we could actually model it upon. Instead of the typical references to Nazi Germany, which was in no way perfect and in many ways only a rearrangement of German society as it was.
How would monarchists return power to a monarch, and also abate the fears of an incompetent king?
What policies should we argue for to reach our goals?`And what ARE those goals? Do we want equality of opportunity in all fields of society, or should some level of tradition and inheritance play a part in our economy?
I have a lot of topics that I'd like to broach and discuss, even at length, but to start, I'd like to hear where your ideal state derives it's power from, and how this power is distributed and represented.