Friday, 20 September 2013

The purpose of politics

  1. Politics is the art of imposing on others your idea of what is right.  
  2. Politics is about changing laws.
  3. Politics is about passing and repealing laws.
  4. When you have passed or repealed enough laws you will have in fact changed the ideology that governs your nation and its moral environment.  
  5. This state ideology referred to is in fact religion.  
  6. It is perfectly possible to have a state ideology that does not refer or involve a supernatural deity eg Liberalism, Communism, Nazism, Fascism, Socialism, Feminism.
  7. Judaism (originally the ideology of a tribe), Christianity, Islam, Fascism, Nazism, Apartheid, Communism, Liberalism, Socialism etc are all state ideologies if they have been adopted by a nation state. 
  8. It is a mistake to think that Communism, Liberalism, Fascism etc is not a religion.
  9. The word religion comes from the Latin "religare", which means "to bind".
  10. The thing that religion is meant to bind is society, hence the term "social cohesion". 
  11. The purpose of social cohesion is to make the members of a society behave well towards each other, feel a sense of comradeship so as to better be able to defend that society against potential enemies who may invade, exploit and abuse them as well as its internal enemies whose ideas and practices would dilute whatever social cohesion that currently remains.  
  12. Religion, through instilling morality, brings about social cohesion through making members of a society behave better towards each other than they otherwise might.  
  13. Religion is a restraining influence on the natural inclinations of people.  
  14. Liberalism liberates people from their natural inclinations.  
  15. Liberalism has created the social problems that is the result of liberating people from their natural inclinations.  
  16. Liberalism cannot solve the problems that it has created without drawing attention to its flaws and fundamental errors the most grave of which is the idea that sex between consenting adults does society no harm.  
  17. Responsible and moral politicians must have the courage to acknowledge that liberalism is fundamentally flawed.
  18. Any state ideology that fails to bring about social cohesion through imposing morality will die a natural death.  
  19. Feminism has destroyed social cohesion by desecrating the institution of marriage, practised universally in advanced civilisations.  
  20. The purpose of marriage is to regulate sexual relations.  
  21. The most urgent debate that we are not having is whether sexual relations should be regulated and the long term consequences for our society if this is not done.
  22. The purpose of responsible and moral politicians in Britain can only be to make the British respect marriage again, but it does not appear that any of the leaders of the political parties of Britain are responsible and moral or recognise or wish to discuss this question.  
  23. The are four ways of respecting the institution of marriage: (i) The prohibition of extramarital and premarital sex. (ii) The exclusion of same-sex couples from the privilege of marriage.  (iii)  The stigmatisation of never married mothers. (iv)  The reintroduction of fault in any divorce settlement.   


Anonymous said...

Yes but Claire,

Culture defines politics.

People will not vote for right-wing, traditionalist conservative parties because they are ideologically incompatible with the degeneracy of today's culture which we are all forced to partake in, at least to some extent.

A key, core characteristic of left-wing politics is altruism. More specifically, compassion for the "cultural other".

The most left-wing people of all are generally so altruistic, that they will sacrifice common sense self-interest on the altar of compassion for people who are completely worthless.

It's worth noting that some feminists don't believe in gay marriage, because they believe that marriage should not exist full stop.

Claire Khaw said...

If I were Media Spokesman for the BNP I would be in a position to make all these points without getting bogged down in the usual accusations of racism, antisemitism and Islamophobia.

What nationalists could realistically be doing is demand that Nick Griffin annul my expulsion and appoint me BNP Media Spokesman.

You can email him and Tweet him so it won't even cost you a penny.

But you won't, will you?

Anonymous said...

Who cares about the BNP? It's a dead duck.

How can you fight the degeneracy when Western civilization has come to this as the epitome of its culture:

Claire Khaw said...

You don't seem to understand that my saying what I say on my own will have no effect whatsoever on the voting public who are basically stupid, effeminate, hypocritical and cowardly.

They need to be led and want to be led.

The BNP could get back some credibility, but only if it appointed me as their Media Spokesman.

If that were to happen, people would sit up and not stop saying the BNP is a dead duck, wouldn't they?

Anonymous said...

I honestly don't know.

What I do know is that the BNP reeks of uncool.

Claire Khaw said...

Politics is not fashion. In politics, it is OK to be uncool. You must be very young to care so much about being perceived as uncool.

They are uncool because they consist of the lower classes, are mostly low-income, low-status, poorly educated men with no prospects in life.

As I have already said, I have the ability to turn the BNP into a cool party, but the leader doesn't want to lose control of the party by admitting someone who obviously wants to and can replace him.

I cannot join UKIP because they do not admit ex-BNP members.

The Conservative Party have expelled me.

There are no cool parties in politics anyway.

Anonymous said...


I bet most Marxist and socialist student twats think they're cool!