Apr 29, 2020, 1:33 PM
I want to be able to respect different people with different intuitions, beliefs, and understandings. P-law and Nationalism and markets for polities for everyone is in everyone’s interest. Monopoly political orders are impossible and contrary to the natural right of self determination.
We are separating the african, muslim, christian, wn/natsoc, and mainstream ‘libertarian” discussions into individual groups because we lost most of the (silent) military people due to natsoc activity.
We must reach people on their own terms and build unity for DIFFERENT political orders under P-law: Let A Thousand Nations Bloom. And mixing muslim, christian, wn/natsoc, world government, antifa-marxist groups versus constitutionalist, civnat, social democratic, and traditional democratic groups prohibit outreach to one another.
Until enough people understand P in each faction, comprehension, cross conversation, and collective cooperation against our united enemy of the (((financial, media, entertainment, academy))) that seeks to destroy our civilizations cannot be achieved.
Our mission is to reach everyone so that ‘separation’ is possible at the expense of the (((financial, media, entertainment, academy))) and state bureaucracy, and if separation is not possible then escalation to conflict is necessary.
But stifling the conversation before people understand their options is counter-productive. And so the only valuable arguments or ideas are those that are in fact arguments so to speak. And all you do when you cross paradigmatic boundaries is cloud the conversation – when P-law is UNIFYING across ALL PEOPLE who wish to live their lives as they do without imposing costs upon the way of life of others by doing so.
So understand your audience. The main feeds are mainstream (rule of law, monarchic, republican, democratic mixed economy,. Post Monopoly paradigms: Christian, Muslim, WN, NATSOC, Globalist, Antifa-Marxist content to those audiences and mainstream P-content to the mainstream audiences.
Muslim/Secular Muslim and Propertarians
Continental African Propertarianism.
Mainstream Propertarians (rule of law)
Socialist and Left Propertarians
WN/NATSOC and Propertarians