The Postmaterial Party
The Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality is the distinctively visionary political enterprise. It exists for all who visualize and aspire to actualize the reality far beyond this ephemeral age of material extremism. Its ultimate mission is equality across humanity.
Postmaterialism, the ideological avatar of this mission, embodies the party's strategic worldview. Strategy, which is a function of ideology, is time-specific. It synchronizes the party's operational birth, for instance, with the death of all parties that are chiefly materialistic. In other words, party evolvement coincides with the extinction of all existing political enterprises worldwide.
Party platform, then, is the focus of this embryonic stage. It conceptualizes and creates the framework for the implementation of the strategic worldview. Such implementation, designed into a grand party scheme as a Movement for Worldwide Equality, invokes a threefold imperative: peace without arms, structure without hierarchy, and worldwide wealth without poverty. And it launches my campaign for equality in the world order.
At the risk of appearing academic, let me say that my primary objective in the schematic design is to advance understanding. The manner in which I define this objective distinguishes the party's agenda from the aspirations of all past and present political parties. For example, unlike the Marxist circles, whose focus is largely upon control of the means of production by the working class, the nucleus for my party's purpose is equality in the merits of production. That is, the party's propulsion, which is not inspired by production itself, reels upon output of production instead of on the means to the output.
Moreover, in contradistinction to the Democratic and Republican Party hypocrites of America, who make their party's existence a perennial objective, postmaterialism obviates the need for a perpetual party presence. Instead, our intent is to empower humanity with the understandings with which to liberate itself from the constraints of hierarchal structures. More succinctly, upon the worldwide embrace of my postmaterial value system, the party's commission will expire. The party will itself vanish into the infinite expanse of eternity where it may situate until misunderstandings, again, demand its vision.