/pol/ - Hey /pol/, I have decided to come here to brief my political opinions.I'm an Arab traditionalist, who believes that the current state of affairs in Arabia is caused by inorganic entities that wish to take over our clay. I believe that the state is inor


/pol/ - Politically Incorrect

[Return] [Go to Bottom] [Catalog]

File: aden-crater-yemen-old-post….jpg (186.46 KB, 1222x778, 611:389, 1587123922305.jpg) [Show in Hex Viewer] [Reverse Image search]

 No.916[D]

Hey /pol/, I have decided to come here to brief my political opinions.

I'm an Arab traditionalist, who believes that the current state of affairs in Arabia is caused by inorganic entities that wish to take over our clay. I believe that the state is inorganic in that it creates a divide between the leader and his people inherently if not when the state is established, then over time, and therefore a communal traditionalist government is the way to go. Now, you may ask "How could this apply to a giant entity like Arabia?", and my answer here is a confederation. Communities should be independent. I'm not an anarcho-capitalist per se, but I do believe in covenant communities.

Of course, to me, I don't want too many expatriates in my lands. These Western rootless cosmopolitans wish to turn Arabia into another Vegas, they want to turn our people into a bunch of materialistic and hedonistic pieces of filth. Western ideas are incompatible with our ideas, and so for an Arab to adopt Western ideas to me is traitorous.

 No.919[D][DF]

File: 260253.mp4 (3.37 MB, 640x480, 4:3, 1587147870230.mp4) [Show in Hex Viewer] [Reverse Image search]

>>916
In my opinion anarchism is a huge step towards primitivism. As for Arabia, I don't think it's the problem of the state as an institution, but rather it's a problem that derives from other states meddling in the affairs of the region such as Israel,USA,Turkey even though ((((Saudi Arabia))) is almost as big of a jew as Israel (same goes for Jordan).
A government and a strong leader is what can keep a lasting peace in the Middle East. When speaking about ideologies people tend to dismiss all current and past political events, one thing is speaking about "theoretical" approaches and another is actually going with something that will work within the current geopolitical situation of the region or at least perfect the idea of changing the existing situation.
>Saddam gets removed
>country goes to shit
>Gaddafi gets removed
>country goes to shit
Are you seeing the pattern?

 No.1950[D][DF]

>>919
OP here. Sorry for being far away for so long.

I see you there. More or less I believe that most leaders don't represent the people, and are more or less forced to choose a side, either Russia or America. Other states meddling here are a big problem.

I am neither supportive of any state, I simply want us to be free to do what we want.



[Reply to this Thread]

[Return] [Go to top] [Catalog]
[Post a Reply]