View Poll Results: Your Racialist State:

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  • Permanent Authoritarianism implemented upon seizure of power to safeguard the ideals of Racialism

    11 19.30%
  • Permanent Authoritarianism implemented upon seizure of power for any reason (state reason)

    4 7.02%
  • Gradual implementation of an Authoritarian State to permit Social Engineering in order to create a loyal Racialist Society

    8 14.04%
  • An Authoritarian State to serve as a buffer State during a Racialist take over to be subsequently substituted by the gradual development of a Libertarian State retaining a Racialist outlook on Society.

    19 33.33%
  • A Libertarian State (state the characteristics of such a State)

    15 26.32%
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Thread: Authoritarianism or Libertarianism?

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    Post Re: Authoritarianism or Libertarianism?

    As you can see from my 'Politics', this is a hard question for me to answer, so I didn't vote.

    I have many conflicting sociopolitical theories - and this causes much confusion within me :x

    Hell, I could very accurately call myself a radical-anarchist, primitivist, radical-environmentalist, national socialist, totalitarian...

    Sometimes it all comes down to current environment and mood, but I usually have the core of all those ideas listed above in my theories at all times.

    *sigh*
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    Post Re: Authoritarianism or Libertarianism?

    Gradual implementation of an Authoritarian State to permit Social Engineering in order to create a loyal Racialist Society
    Thats what I think fits in best to reach the progressive Collectivism with a biologistisch (biologial oriented worldview) perspective.

    Both a strong social normalization and human Eugnic should be used.

    The aim is to reach the most effective and better organized, higher developed society with as human means as possible.

    The means are secondary, the goal is what counts.

    If its possible to gain power and reach the goals without too much Authoritarianism its fine, if Authoritarianism is necessary, its fine too. It depends on the society and how fast the goals can be effectively reached.
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    Post Re: Authoritarianism or Libertarianism?

    "Liberalism" is a facade for plutocracy in most cases.

    I am for a collective authoritarianism - and since humans haven't quite evolved to that point, an enlightened participatory authoritarianism a la Plato's Republic.
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    The poll outcome is very progressive and gives hope. Really blew my expectations.
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    Post Re: Authoritarianism or Libertarianism?

    Permanent Authoritarianism implemented upon seizure of power for any reason (state reason)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormanBlood View Post
    I picked the first, mostly out of caution. Ok so we implement an authoritarian government which is for the most part dedicated to White/European preservation. We then come to a point where our people are fully "rehabilitated"...then what? It doesnt' mean that the "plague" won't strike again. So then we slowly move to a libertarian society then one day people start "respecting" other cultures and trying to implement these aspects of other culture into their own lives. Then we have "multiculturalism" all over again and not much can be done because we don't have strict authority anymore..we do not have absolutism. Of once European lands are restored we will obviously have a more "Free" society because we won't have as much to worry about. But it would still be for the most part perminantly authoritarian, I believe that is the only way to safeguard.
    "An Authoritarian State to serve as a buffer State during a Racialist take over to be subsequently substituted by the gradual development of a Libertarian State retaining a Racialist outlook on Society." (my choice)

    It looks like a circle or cycle of social life. One regime change after another. Periodically spilling blood is actually a literal mantra among the IRA. Either way, authoritarianism makes its presence felt. Logically speaking, It is natural to have ebbs and flows and checks do not exist without balances.

    Personally, I follow Locke and not Hobbes.

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