Eleven points of Advocacy:
1: Corporatist Republic:
The national function of an organic and truly representative republic. We call for revolutionary change to the very core of the modern American function. We call for the abolition of liberalism in its political, social, and economic manifestations.
The abandonment of liberal-capitalism in exchange for an organic and nationalistic economic function based in Corporatist theory.
(This would be done to promote national unity through class cooperation, contrary to Marxist alternatives which advocate class warfare, or the current function of capitalism which bears the philosophy of profit before the interest of the national-collective).
The nationalization of the American banking system.
The nationalization of American labor unions in accordance with Corporatist theory.
The establishment of a national Agricultural union.
(This would be done to protect farmers/ranchers from the exploitation of rural properties & industry by capital.)
Re-structuring of the American voting system.
(We believe that the American nation should be structured in organic manner, with a representative and efficient republican system of government which is to be elected by the people for their specific collective interests led by competent men and women of action. We believe that the electoral process should be contained within direct sects of interest rather than the utilization of regional voting.)
2: Education Reformation:
:It is no secret that America's education system has failed miserably. It is the duty of both the state and parents alike to ensure that the youth are given the education necessary not only to achieve academic success but also to lead healthy lifestyles, to be capable of self-sufficiency in state of disaster, and to carry about a radiant sense of pride for both themselves and nation.
Immediate and remarkable reformation to the American education system. This reformation would involve the following:
Nationalization of American schooling.
Banning of critical race theory.
Banning of social clubs based on sexual preference or identity.
Improved physical fitness courses.
Increased funding to JROTC & sports programs.
Increased funding to agricultural programs.
Increased annual income and benefits for teachers
Introduction of courses in firearms handling, maintenance, and marksmanship competitions.
Introduction to a system of education which encourages collective morality and patriotism.
The new State shall form a national union for the planning and functions of American education.
We demand that higher education be available to all young Americans free of charge. Students would maintain focus on the courses of the trade or profession selected; this would be done to save time, money, and the efforts of both staff and students.
3: Reclamation of Identity:
-We reject the acceptance and promotion of the cultural melting-pot theory as a healthy national phenomena. We promote the belief in a unified American identity created by the shared experiences, triumphs, and struggles of our American ancestors regardless of past ethnic background.
This unified national identity cannot exist so long as endless waves of migrants whom have no history or ties to the soul of our nation continue to displace American nationals.
A moratorium on immigration.
Securing of American borders.
Deportation of all illegals.
End of birthright citizenship.
Repatriation of citizens whom refuse to accept the American identity/ loyalties.
End to dual loyalties.
Ban on all foreign political interest groups.
4: Arms & Defense:
The national implementation of castle-law doctrine.
The disbandment of the ATFE as a government organization.
The abolition of gun-control measures such as the gun control act of 1968, national firearms act, and the Brady handgun violence prevention act.
That all able-bodied men and women which participate in military service whether standing army or national militia be granted exceptional tax cuts.
That criminals charged with felony convictions be granted the opportunity to erase their criminal records through military or civic service; after completion of service to the State they would regain all rights and privileges previously lost.
5: Taxation & Trade:
A barring of the taxation of workers overtime pay via the higher-income bracket scheme.
The national elimination of homeowners property taxes.
Protectionist Trade Policy
Family Tax-Cut Incentive Program.
(Lowering the annual taxes of working class individuals per dependent child birthed in order to promote national procreation while also easing the financial struggle of growing families.)
6: Press & Media:
The Creation and annual independent auditing of an openly State run news outlet.
Restricting the access of minors to internet pornography by mandating that users submit government issued ID verification before being granted access to said media.
That big-tech companies are held accountable for the violation of Americans privacy, security, and interference of cognitive thought process by manipulating algorithms to project liberal narratives and propaganda as the cultural norm.
7: Anti-American Extremism:
That America's historical monuments, arts, and symbols are protected by the State.
That desecration of the national flag with anti-national intent is punished by law.
That conspiracy to undermine our national union by means of advocating secession for regional and/or political reasons be criminalized.
8: The Defense of Innocence:
:The Initiative opposes all forms of physical and psychological manipulation or harm of the nations' youth.
National ban on abortion procedures with exception for unfortunate cases of rape or incest.
Should a pregnant victim of the previously stated circumstances decide to abort, the offender should rightfully be charged not only for sexual assault but also for the murder of the unborn child.
The banning of "Drag-Queen" events which target minors as an audience.
We endorse the death penalty for offenders found guilty of sexually exploiting children.
We call for the banning of the portrayal of same sex relationships or attraction in media which holds the youth as its intended target audience.
9: Welfare Reformation & Workers' Rights:
Universal Healthcare for all American citizens.
Socialized housing for Americas' homeless population (individuals would be placed into a work program & would rent the property from the State; once a reasonable finance for the property is met & paid the State would sign said property over to the citizen).
Paid Parental leave for new mothers & fathers.
Workers be granted a minimum of ten paid days off per year after one complete year of employment additional to paid vacation & national holidays.
We demand that the State meet the demand of the working-class for a higher wage standard.
We endorse the transition from the traditional 8-hour workday to a new 6-hour national standard to be co-opted by increased wages & technological modernization.
Lowering the national retirement age.
10: Land Reformation:
That excess rural properties being hoarded by the financial elite is seized by the State. Properties seized would be distributed among young Americans' who have chosen to pursue a future in agriculture.
Increased protection & expansion of national parks.
Increased State research & preservation of Americas' oceans, lakes, & rivers.
The Construction of artificial islands to support "floating cities" in order to curb overpopulation.
State subsidized/maintained community gardens.
Increased State research into clean energy sources & the gradual distancing from reliance on fossil fuels (this would be co-opted with environmentalist architectural concepts, known currently as 'eco-futurism').
11: National Loyalty:
:We propose a nation where our leaders focus Americas’ resources and efforts within our own territories.
An end to proxy wars.
The offshoring & exit of the United Nations.
An end to all foreign aid packages until America is able to recover from its own financial debts.
The disbandment of all foreign interest groups within American politics.
"--That whenever any form government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government, laying it's foundations on such principles and organizing it's power in such form, as to them shall seem most likely effect their safety and happiness."