Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Why Nationalism should replace Conservatism, Liberalism and Socialism

Liberalism is no longer about liberty and Conservatism no longer about social conservatism. Both ideologies are now hopelessly corrupted and distorted and in effect meaningless. If Liberalism means anything at all, it means sexual liberation. If Conservatism means anything, it means conserving the status quo, no matter how or what it is, in favour of the wealthy, unless the left make things too difficult.

In Britain, the Labour Party is the 21st century version of Populares, and the Conservative Party the 21st century version of Optimates.

It should be noted that the imperial period of Rome lasted approximately 1,500 years compared to the 500 years of the Republican era.

Time now for a new ideology that promotes the national interest: a nationalism which seeks to balance the conflicting interests of men and women, the old and young, the rich and poor while in government instead of waiting for the incumbent party to fail. Time to rationally govern the nation in the long term national interest for our descendants as yet unborn, who will not revile our memory for squandering what we could have passed on to them, if we had been less selfish, less sexually liberated, too busy waging a class war and heedless of posterity.

If you want want a one party state you will be accused of fascism, but the only countries who defy libtard US Deep State with an independent foreign policy are China, Iran, North Korea and Russia. Time now to rethink our political system and about replacing our degenerate matriarchy with a rational patriarchy, if we are still allowed to do such things as form our own opinions and create our own platforms for a full and frank exchange of ideas.

for the political parties to come together - in a national government 

A "national government" is a euphemism for a one party state.

The logical and necessary consequence of abolishing whipping in the Commons by disqualifying anyone who is a Whip from membership of the House of Commons - as Peter Bone proposed - would be the establishing of a one party state. 

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