A Critique of Democracy: A Guide for Neoreactionaries by Michael Anissimov

By Michael Anissimov

This consultant explores the arguments opposed to democracy. Democracy is usually seen as a compulsory process for any civilized nation, yet there's a compelling case, drawing on economics, political conception, and cognitive psychology, that says differently.

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One view of increasing polarization is that this is a natural process that waxes and wanes, and that it has no particular implications with the long-term stability of our country. A contrary view, based on the study of European history, is that de facto nation states form along ethnic and cultural lines and that the United States is in fact composed of several such states. According to this view, a geographically expansive country with a large and diverse population, such as the United States, would be especially prone to fissuring into several parts, as it almost did during the 1860s.

The property is restricted to the family, in the case of a monarchy the ruler being the head of the family. In government, this exclusiveness takes on a “special meaning,” which is that it “implies that everyone but the ruler and his family is excluded from benefiting from nonproductively acquired property and income. ” The sentiment expressed here is that if government is going to exist, and it's going to be parasitic to some extent, it is best to restrict that parasitism to a specific ruling family instead of creating a parasitic super-organism that sucks up 48% of national GDP and employs and finances millions of mediocre employees and welfare chattel.

It is based on multiculturalism, diversity, social justice, and championing causes such as global warming. A more crude definition of nationalism might be a group of people who want to have a certain cultural tone for a geographic area. The partisans of that view promote a given national tone and repudiate contradictions to it. Both liberals and conservatives attempt to set a tone to define what it means to be an “American”, but of course these definitions often conflict. Every nation will be composed of competing parts.

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