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In my post regarding the ‘alt-right’ political movement/subculture, I mentioned that I do not consider myself a ‘rightist’ of any kind, but rather an ‘alt-liberal’. This is a concept I thought was worth taking further. What is an ‘Alt-liberal’ of my personal style? To define the concept as I intended it, I offer the following mini-manifesto of what I believe to be positive alt-liberal principles. –
We are liberals, but…
… we do not believe that Islam and other reactionary third-world cultures are compatible with – or preferable to – the way of life historically prevalent in Western nations.
… we do not believe that immigration is necessarily a good thing – but that its value depends entirely on the type of immigrants being admitted. Muslim immigration is a self-inflicted wound and one we must stop inflicting on ourselves.
… we do not accept that egalitarianism is an achievable political aspiration. Humans vary naturally in intelligence and ability and any attempt by the state to enforce an artificial equality will lead inevitably to the Gulag.
… we view political correctness as an over-prescribed and unhealthy solution to the failures of social cohesion. Social cohesion is best achieved when reactionary and barbaric ways of thinking (including racism) are voluntarily rejected and replaced with honesty, cosmopolitanism and understanding.
… we believe in speaking plainly about the superiority of the West and do not worry about offending primitive cultures.
… we support the defence of secularism from all its enemies, including the cultures of immigrants.
… we believe that sensible limits should be put on the size and power of the state.
… we are grateful for, and enthusiastic about, capitalism – an economic system that has improved the lives of millions and has proved to be the only workable kind of social organisation.
… we do not condemn, but celebrate consumerism and materialism as means of satisfying innate human drives and desires.
… we support democracies over tyrannies. We do not support – nor sympathise with – autocratic regimes.
… we are not pacifists and recognise that many wars (WWII, the US Civil War, etc..) have been for the common good.
… we reject anti-Semitic incitement disguised as ‘anti-Zionism’.
… we actively support the continued dominance of the United States of America over the military affairs of the world. This has been an undeniable blessing for humanity and has served to maintain stability and peace.