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    My Ideology

    My ideology is a combination of Nihil.png Nihilism,Antrans.png Technoprimitivism, Aneco.png Eco-Anarchism, Machiavellianism, Ancon.png Anarcho-Conservatism, Pagan Theocracy, Religious Anarchism, and Community.png Communitarianism. All filtered through both an esoteric and materialistic lens. I believe that all abstract concepts, even the self, are subjective, and that therefore we only have our own inclinations to follow. I believe that we are most fulfilled when we embrace our primal instincts, a lifestyle like what we evolved to find fulfilling and our holistic connection to each other and the world. I also embrace the power of technology to augment us and speed up evolution. I believe in allowing the human spirit to flourish as it will without artificial constraints, and view the state, capitalism, and mass society as damaging to this. I believe that almost everyone inherently values freedom, stimulation, pleasure, power, achievement, conformity, community, nature, kindness, tradition, and stability, and it makes sense to seek these.

    Ideological Positions

    Based

    • Accel.png Accelerationism - Only in instability and chaos do we get the change we need.
    • Agorismf.png Agorism - Good way to create economic systems outside control of state and capital.
    • AnAg.png Agrarian Anarchism - Embracing a connection to the land, unalienated labor and production, and rejection of the state.
    • Ancon.png Anarcho-Conservatism - Embracing tradition while opposing state enforcement of it - the only truly organic conservatism.
    • Andist.png Anarcho-Distributism and - Economic system that decentralizes society and gives back control of the means of production from large companies, while allowing for free markets.
    • Anmona.png Anarcho-Monarchism - Stateless chiefdoms are one of the oldest systems of government.
    • Annil.png Anarcho-Nihilism - Nothing truly matters, so we do simply what life drives us to do.
    • Anprim.png Anarcho-Primitivism - Great critique of civilization and proponent of rewilding, even if your ideas are often impractical.
    • Antr.png Anarcho-Transhumanism - Supportive of freedom of form and of technological organization that wouldn't lead to tyranny of the minority or the majority.
    • Thar.png Anti-Authoritarianism - Resist all forms of tyranny.
    • Community.png Communitarianism - Humans are social animals and hugely shaped by our communities.
    • Cryptan.png Crypto-Anarchism - The internet is a reflection of the human consciousness, and may develop into a global mind, while today being our main source of information, so it must be completely free just like the physical world must be.
    • Aneco.png Eco-Anarchism - Embraces our values of nature and freedom and embraces rewilding.
    • Envi.png Environmentalism - We must preserve the land we value and our connection to it.
    • Mach.png Machiavellianism - Any movement that wants to succeed would do well to look to you.
    • Neolud.png Neoluddism - A lot of technology is too dangerous to exist, and we must figure out ways to prevent it from doing so.
    • Postconan.png Post-Colonial Anarchism - You fight imperialism and embrace cultural heritage.
    • Radenv.png Radical Environmentalism - Reform is not enough to save the environment.
    • Honk.png Satirism - You're funny.
    • Synthesisanarchy.png Synthesis Anarchism - We must be united against the state and capital.
    • Antrans.png Technoprimitivism - Based combination of primitivism and transhumanism.
    • Bioregionalism icon.png Bioregionalism - Regional identity is best based on the features of the land.
    • Civlibert.png Civil Libertarianism - Keep government out of your lives.
    • GE.png Gift Economy - Best model for within a community.
    • PagTheo.png Pagan Theocracy - Great way to embrace esotericism and spirituality without prescribed orthodoxy. Open to syncretism and evolution with society.
    • Tribal.png Tribalism - The first and most fulfilling social structure.
    • Acidcomf.png Acid Communism - Great analysis of capitalism and neoliberalism. Let's imagine new futures.
    • Ectrans.png Technogaianism - Let's use technology to preserve the environment and maybe create a global consciousness of all life which could function as a Gaia. But we must remember to keep our intimate connection to nature, not just keeping nature around for aesthetic purposes.
    • Falgsc.png FALGSC - I like automation of unfulfilling labor, LGBT rights, space, luxury, and ending capitalism. Still, you are a bit too utopian and sterile for my tastes.
    • File:Mutualist.png Mutualism - Usage rights are a good way to create property rights without the ability to abuse them.
    • Situ.png Situationism - The best Marxists. Great analysis of modern society and love the avant-garde.
    • Queer Anarchism - Be gay.
    • Illegalism - Do crime.
    • Post-Anarchism - Post-structuralist critiques provide a great deconstruction of societal dogma.
    • Religious Anarchism - Supporting spirituality without state tyranny.

    Mixed

    • Farm.png Agrarianism - I like your agrarian ideas, but you cozy up to the state and capital too much.
    • Cyber-Nihilism - I agree with a lot of your analysis. But your goal is one that is contrary to the values of almost all humans, including me.
    • Zero Accelerationism - You make a great analysis of collapse and entropy of acceleration, but a technological singularity could delay collapse indefinitely.
    • Decelerationism - I agree we need to decelerate resource acquisition, but at the same time, we have to accelerate complexity growth in order to hasten the end of the old order.
    • Apoliticism - Ideally, there would be no need for politics, but politics are one of the dominant forces of this world, and it would be foolish to ignore them.
    • Oligarchy - For better or for worse, all social structure ultimately come down to this.
    • Kleptocracy - At least you're honest. And better a thief than an inquisitor for ruler.
    • Insurrectionary Anarchism - I get where you're coming home, but you don't seem to have any of the pragmatism needed to actually succeed in abolishing the state.
    • Panarchism - People should be allowed to form communities and groups as they wish, but a stable community needs to control its own territory (whether temporary or permanent) and no group can be allowed to grow so big it could threaten to subjugate others.
    • Platformism - I agree with the need for organization and ideological unity for a successful political project, but you're too bureaucratic.
    • Ancom.png Anarcho-Communism - I like gift economies, communes, and anarchy, but you're often too bureaucratic.
    • Front.png Anarcho-Frontierism - A lot of cool ideas, but we need to abolish civilization, not just flee it. Otherwise, civilization will just expand.
    • Anin.png Anarcho-Individualism - I like self-rule, but the individual is completely determined by external "constraints.
    • AnSynd.png Anarcho-Syndicalism - Labor organization is a good way to resist state and capitalist oppression and anarchism is based, but you're too bureaucratic and we should try to abolish work, not just democratize it.
    • Avar.png Avaritionism - You reject morality and embrace strength, but you also reject any sort of empathy, camaraderie, or unity. You see through the veil, but your ideas can never have us be fulfilled.
    • Bckchn.png Bookchin Communalism - I like your ideas about technology in harmony with nature and communal self-governance and how communities could work together through confederation, but you're too idealistic, dogmatic, and technophilic.
    • Conservative.png Conservatism - You're cool in theory, but in our society you're too statist and capitalist, and with the constant change in our society, you're either a lagging progressive or a reactionary.
    • Cosmic.png Cosmicism - I agree with your worldview about the nature of the cosmos, but I don't like your racism or your love of civilization.
    • Cultural Nationalism.png Cultural Nationalism - It is great to have pride in one's culture and traditions (as I do), but I dislike the idea of the nation-state or of the nation as an entity to be devoted to.
    • Cybercr.png Cyberocracy - Could create heaven or hell or anything in between. Regardless, it would be another force beyond our comprehension ruling us, such as nature or the collective consciousness or the gods it creates, and we must ensure that whoever creates such a ruler does it right.
    • Deepe.png Deep Ecology - I support ecology and animal rights, but we are driven to value individual humans more than individuals of other species.
    • Dem.png Democracy - Tyranny is still tyranny, whether it's of the minority or the majority. But in cases where decisions must be made on a mass level, this is probably the best option, and I like consensus democracy.
    • Econat.png Eco-Nationalism - I like your environmentalism, but nature does not recognize human borders.
    • Ego.png Egoism - I like how you point out the phantasmal nature of constructs and the idea of the creative nothing, but the ego itself is a spook.
    • Monkeyzz-Enlightenment.png Enlightenment - You did good at destroying old orthodoxies, but you became an oppressive orthodoxy yourself.
    • File:ExistentialistAnarchism.png Existentialist Anarchism - You are right that we only have the meaning we create, but we are not independent actors creating meaning, but part of the universe.
    • Euras.png Fourth Theory - I like the idea of a society based on the state of being human, but you're too authoritarian.
    • Isolationist.png Isolationism - Communal and regional self-sufficiency are good, but you can't fully isolate yourselves. You can keep yourselves in, but you can't keep the world out.
    • Ormarxf.png Marxism - You had a great analysis of capitalism, but you have too materialistic values, are too dismissive of traditional living and of the lumpenproletariat, and it's been over one and a half centuries and your communist utopia has not come and your most successful revolutions ended up abandoning their ideals or collapsing in on themselves.
    • Natan.png National Anarchism - I like your neotribalism, embracing of people living in communities according to how they want, primitivist ideas, meritocracy, and warrior ethos, but your central cause is ultranationalism, which I hate.
    • Anarcho-Fascism
    • Anarcho-Naturism
    • Anpostleft.png Post-Left Anarchism - I like how you reject many constructs, including left-wing ones, and seek true liberation, but you don't really seem to have a coherent strategy to affect change.
    • Prim.png Primal Primitivism - We are animals and it makes sense to embrace our animal instincts, but our intelligence and thoughts are an important part of who we are.
    • Scientocracy Small.png Scientocracy - Science is awesome. But that doesn't mean scientists should rule over us.
    • Darwinist.png Darwinism - Strength thrives over weakness, but you reject empathy and unity and symbiosis and uplifting the weak rather than being cruel to them.
    • Unconditional Accelerationism.png Unconditional Accelerationism - You have a great analysis of capitalism, but you have given up hope when we must continue fighting.
    • Post-Genderism.png Post-Genderism - I'm all for varied gender and sexuality norms and identities, but I don't think gender roles will be fully abolished without a radical change in what humans are like.
    • Posth.png Post-Humanism - I like extending human abilities and we will eventually evolve into something other than our current species (if we don't go extinct first), but we still have human instincts and identity we would like to preserve.
    • Trad.png Traditionalism - I like the focus on tradition, but you seem unable to accept that culture changes.
    • Progress.png Progressivism - I like the focus on allowing culture to change, but you seem intent on forcing change, on destroying tradition, and on replacing an old authoritarian social order with a new one rather than abolishing it.
    • Anti-Humanism.png Anti-Humanism - Humanist philosophy is far too dogmatic and moralistic, but you're a bit too misanthropic for my tastes.
    • Transh.png Transhumanism - I like augmenting our bodies and freedom of form, but you could easily be used to create a dystopian order of a kind unseen in history and inescapable.
    • Natprim.png National Primitivism - You realize nationalism is an Enlightenment concept, not a primitive one, right? However, you could be useful in getting tribal groups with a shared culture to work together.
    • Soul.png Soulism - Probably one of the better futures for humanity, but your head is a bit too in the clouds there.
    • Capcom.png Capitalist Communism - Your decentralized forms are the best economic systems and your centralized forms are the worst economic systems.
    • Reactmod.png Reactionary Modernism - We have similar ideas, but you're way more oppressive.
    • Fut.png Futurism - I like your art, your avant-garde nature, and your love of action and technology, but I dislike your rejection of tradition and your disconnect from the living world.
    • Progcon.png Progressive Conservatism - I like preserving traditions while allowing them to evolve, but you're too content with the oppressive unsustainable order of the day.
    • React.png Reactionarism - I understand how alienating modernity is, but the past you wish to return too was also very oppressive.
    • Hmind.png Hive-Mind Collectivism - I support using technology to allow for a global consciousness and mind and break down barriers that isolate people from each other, but we still want individual identities.
    • Native.png Indigenism - People and cultures have a deep connection to the land they've developed and lived in, but I don't like the idea of any person or group having the exclusive right to land beyond what they're immediately using.
    • Merit.png Meritocracy - People should be trusted with authority according to their expertise and knowledge and skill with the form of authority they're trusted with, but you're often too elitist. Plus, everyone knows themselves best, so everyone therefore should be allowed to rule themselves, not be ruled by "experts."
    • PanGerman.png Pan-Germanicism - I support cultural unity among the Germanic peoples, but not enforcing some mass authority over them or expecting people to be loyal to a Germanic "nation" over themselves and their close communities or excluding other people from portions of the earth.
    • Platformism.png Platformism - Successful movements do need organization and some degree of ideological unity, but you're too orthodox in your anarchism.
    • Pop.png Populism - I support giving power to and appealing to the people and am against elitism, but you usually descend into tyranny of the majority or even the minority.
    • Minarchism and Minarcho-Socialism and libertarian ideologies - A minimal state is the best kind of state, but any state will still become oppressive.
    • Anarcha-Feminism - I agree with liberating men and women from coercive institutions and in freedom of gender expression, but I don't think most people are really going to want to abolish gender roles.
    • Maoism - I like your practical ideas and focus on the peasantry, but you're too totalitarian, environmentally destructive, and anti-traditional, and also a great example of why Autocracy and Totalitarianism are terrible ideas.
    • Democratic Confederalism - One of the most based statist ideologies currently in practice, but still too statist.
    • Eco-Socialism - Based combination of environmentalism and anti-capitalism. If only you could turn against the state.
    • Eco-Authoritarianism and Eco-Fascism - You're willing to take steps to protect the environment, but would unecessarily oppress others.
    • Longism - If every man is a king, what right do you have to rule over them.
    • Kakistocracy - Can be a useful tool but also very dangerous.
    • Cultism - Minor religious movements and flourishing of new communities is great, but you are too totalitarian towards your members.
    • Volkism - I agree with reviving old Germanic spirit and connection to the land and cultural pride, the ancient Germanic peoples were not nationalists and neither need we be. Also, "race" is not a social construct I place any stock in.

    Cringe

    • Ancapf.png Anarcho-Capitalism - Good for fighting against the state, but doesn't understand that capitalism is just as oppressive and even more alienating.
    • Esoteric Fascism - What the fuck are you going on about?
    • State Atheism - You're as dogmatic as what you're trying to get rid of.
    • Neoconservatism - Neoliberal imperialism.
    • Third Way - The centrist wing of the establishment.
    • Police Statism - Agents of the state.
    • Stratocracy - Being a good military leader does not make you a good civilian leader.
    • Dengism - Capitalism's main competition today, but just as alienating and even more oppressive.
    • Republicanism - Nothing about you is truly of the people.
    • Authoritarian Capitalism - Boo.
    • Anti-Environmentalism - You would destroy our lands to chase some ideal of constant growth.
    • Authoritarian Conservatism.png Authoritarian Conservatism - If you have to coerce people to follow traditions, those aren't their traditions.
    • State Socialism - "Let's replace capitalism with another centralized, oppressive, alienating economic system!"
    • Cap.png Capitalism - You are a cancer on the earth and a malicious AI enslaving humanity and an archdemon corrupting humans with ravenous greed. You must be defeated.
    • Eco-Capitalism - Even if a system requiring constant growth could preserve the environment, it would still fundamentally alienate us from it.
    • Ford.png Fordism - A very real possibility for how a totalitarian nightmare could descend on humanity.
    • Globalism - You destroy local cultures, force an alienating system on everyone, and allow for global tyranny.
    • Anarcho-Pacifism - In a violent world, pacifism is a great weakness.
    • Imp.png Imperialism - You are a threat to global freedom and are the reason any organization gaining too much power must be put in check.
    • Ingsocf.png Ingsoc - Another possibility for how a totalitarian nightmare could descend on humanity.
    • Lib.png Liberalism - Property is arbitary and based on force, rights are subjective, capitalist markets aren't free, laws are oppressive, and representative democracy is just tyranny of the minority with the illusion of tyranny of the majority. I disagree with all your core ideas.
    • File:Mediastocracy.png Mediacracy - Fuck your manufactured consent.
    • Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism - The embodiment of everything I hate about modern society.
    • Sec.png Authoritarianism - You are obsessed with controlling people and suppressing the free spirit. You must be defeated.
    • Anationalism - You're cultural imperialism, just towards everyone, stateless, and bad at actually having influence.
    • Rightac.png Right-Accelerationism - You take what could well be a dystopian future for humanity, and treat it like a good thing.
    • Corptism.png Corporatism and Statecap.png State Capitalism - You're like capitalism, but run by the state. Worst of both.
    • Vegarch.png Veganarchism - How can you love nature but hate something as core to it as predation?
    • VHMent.png Voluntary Human Extinction - No.
    • Altr.png Alt-Right - What happens when fascism undergoes internet brainrot.
    • Nrx.png Neoreactionarism - You seem like you want to combine the most oppressive aspects of modernity and premodern society.
    • voluntaryist ideologies - All property is ultimately sprung from taking, so how could it be upheld as something sacred and inviolable?
    • State Liberalism - What Neoliberalism is shaping up to turn into. Must be stopped.
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