- 05 Dec 2014 06:01
I am a National Syndicalist. Syndicalism is an economic model - it leaves open plenty of room for the implementation of other ideas. Some Syndicalists may be Fascist, others may be far-left.
The major difference between most socialist syndicalists and myself is that I recognize the reality of human biological diversity and the inequalities that come from it. So while I believe very much in Syndicalism as an economic model, I also see the need for a clearly defined hierarchy - with the means of production spread out across the most productive members of society. I recognize the fundamental truth that some genetic vessels are inherently inferior, and as such, I feel that communism is the antithesis of biological progress. An ideology based in fluff and heart, kowtowing to inferior specimens, with no regard for objective truth and the cold reality of the natural world. Humans are merely specimens, therefore the nation should work as a laboratory with the clearly defined goal of biological amelioration and the purging of inferior genetic elements.
But at the same time I realize that in a Capitalist society, some specimens will never reach their full potential. For me, social justice is about leveling the playing field, giving the organisms all a fair shot to prove their mettle, and Syndicalism, merged with a heavy dose of far-right sanity, seems the best way to go about it.