Date of Birth: Nov. 11, 1988
Country of Residence: Canada
Where do you put yourself on the political spectrum: Far Right
Philosophical-political: Classical Reactionary
Party Allegiance(s): Schwarz-Gelbe Allianz, Klub Zachowawczo-Monarchistyczn, Alleanza Monarchica, et. al.
Religion: Roman Catholic catechumen
Abortion: I am against abortion in all circumstances and under any conceivable explanatory circumstance. In my opinion, the practice of abortion should induce a jail sentence upon the practicing party of nothing less than five years.
War in Iraq: I am generally for the Iraq War, as it is fitting to have seen Saddam Hussein taken to task for the despicable evils he committed against his fellow human beings.
Recreational drugs: I am against the public use of marijuana and such things, though I must say that it seems to be a matter of personal prudence in the private realm. I believe that melting one's brain on one's own time should be a matter of individual virtue, and not of state control.
Firearms: I believe there should be legal provisions for the open and free purchase of firearms in retail, whether singularly or in bulk, pending a criminal record scan.
Regarding the status of Marriage: I am hostile to the notion that the secular state should make any definition of marriage. In my opinion, there should be no provisions of physical or legal status made for marriage by any state, province, kingdom, or federation. The institution of marriage ought to be left to the cultural mores of each church denomination, family, and individual human conscience. To have its meaning debated and its very status defined is to drag the authority of morality away from God and to place it in the hands of the secular state. This is unacceptable.
Adoption: I believe homosexuals should be barred from adopting children, absent circumstances of impending death or injury on the part of the waiting child(ren).
Religion: I want to live in a nation which enshrines the Roman Catholic Church as the State Church: technically separate by law, but bound by practice and tradition. In this sense, I would not be averse to the practice of granting the Society of Jesus (and other such organisation) rights to education vouchers.
Education: I believe that all education of children and ignorant pupils desirous of learning should be directed by the individual and collective initiative of private associations. In my view, corporations and societies should form for themselves in order to fund their own education, and to give parents a prominent part in the process of forming curricula. The state should have no legal right to institute or subsidise educational facilities, except those which are required for educating those who work to maintain the state's legitimate functions. Public didactic facilities such as museaums and art galleries should stand on their own feet, and not expect state funding in my ideal society.
Health Care: I do affirm the belief that the sovereign, autonomous state should have no part whatsoever in the individual bodily welfare of its citizens, apart from protecting them from the external invasion and internal collapse inherent in war, foreign and civil. There should not be even one government-operated hospital or medical facility. Instead, all such institutions and organisations ought to rely on their own ingenuity, the principles of competition, and of basic human charity from good men and women. The only circumstance I can foresee which might allow government interference therein is that of a severely disabled child or critically-dysfunctional person who can find no shelter or charity.
European Union, United Nations, et. al.: I believe the United Nations is an immoral organisation of corrupt states vying entirely for the power to constrain those good republics and virtuous kingdoms of the Earth which contribute to sound peace and moral stability. Similarly, I firmly believe that the European Union is merely an excuse to melt away all borders of grand old Europe in order to impose quasi-Marxist and Marxist ideas from a central core. The idea of international unions is not inherently evil by its own virtue, but all international unions have, thus far, been evil by their own virtue in reality. I believe in practical reality first, not idealism; it is obvious, from mere recent observance, that all modern international organisations - as they are currently constituted - are not practical or even ethical.
Immigration: I support all legal, honest immigration into a country through its checkpoints and internationally-recognised border entry-points. Those who enter any nation in an illicit fashion should not expect any conference of rights from the nation in question. Illegal immigration is not immigration, and it must be vigorously opposed, whereas proper immigration is to be encouraged.
Environmental issues: I believe that the Earth can get stuffed while we build at a rapid pace to develop the technology which allows us to terraform other planets, and thus create the conditions suitable for re-seeding the desolate Earth in future. Human safety and welfare comes before the planet, "mother-earth", dogs, cats, etc., and all the rest of it. Even if climate change were entirely anthropogenic, I would continue say that this nonsense of contemporary environmentalism is merely Green on the Outside - and entirely Red on the Inside.
Morality:I am an anti-Communist in every last sense and connotation of the word. Every last thing I believe is informed by the old European intellectual traditions, being primarily post-Medieval and pre-Neoclassical. I am a monarchist and royalist first, and my loyalty is given most happily to monarchs who are Roman Catholic. Glory, joy, and majesty in God and life come before any other things, including equality and fairness.