A Post-Peak Oil Hypothetical and Preliminary Probe of Caste
The post-industrial stratification of Western societies along racial, ethnic, social, economic, cultural, religious and political castes is alien only to the 200-year and relatively isolated conditioning of the Western liberal psyche. Any concerns that a Western liberal might hold for a discussion of castes are pithy when placed up against the innate deracination contained in Post-Peak Oil collapse and energy devolution. If the trajectory of post-industrial collapse points us in a direction of future caste differentiations for the purposes of survival, i.e. energy depleted divisions of labour, in the Occident then the issue must be addressed.
Recognizing the cybernetic contexts and dictates of civilizational collapse, the Renaissance Vanguard International endeavours to endorse and encourage for future autonomous White homelands on the NAmerikan continent the creation of post-industrial, five-tiered caste structures and economies consisting of:
- Small-Scale Techno-Scientific-Military/Militia Elite
- Agricultural Sector (Primary Economy)
- Small Industry-Artisans (Secondary Economy)
- Service Sector-Entertainment-Arts (Tertiary Economy)
- Mercantile-Finance (Supplementary Economy)
Such a hypothetical caste structure we consider to be reflective of ecological dictates and of a type of Neo-Samurai political ethos in spirit, scope and function.
The RVI anticipates early positioning, breakthroughs and progress in India due to an already existing caste structure. Recognition of Commonwealth traditions and institutions within a greater Hindu whole is also considered to be a political advantage. The racial and ethnic secessionist breakaways of NAmerika will need to pay close attention, learn and play catch-up.
We eagerly anticipate an essay being prepared by our India Representative, Ambreesh Mishra, which will undertake to explore these possibilities.
Lastly, it is an ideological blindspot and ontological red herring to think that the spiritual and psychological well-being and evolution of the individual need be tied to liberal democratic social conditioning. In an age when technological East (read “communications technology”) finally and actually does meet technological West (read “communications technology”), the noble Asian notion and tradition of “benevolent dictatorship” assumes political legitimacy in relative degree.
The choice is simple. Either bend over and have the Globalists impose their version of a post-industrial neo-feudalism, or stand up and create it ourselves.