The Postmaterial Party
The Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality is the world's only political party advocate of quality of life equality across humanity. I discovered it in concert with other idealists -- some revolutionary, most extraordinary, and all seers of the reality beyond. This discovery advanced the boldest plan for world change in more than 500 years, and possibly, in the history of civilization. It launched the first of the five functions in my development model in a scheme for equality's resurrection.
Function II, which centers on the Party's design and resurrection, defines the current thrust of my activity. Design blueprints will lay the groundwork for construction -- the third function. This construction function will erect a structure from the party's design -- from its conceptual abstractions and drawings -- for actions. Then will follow the Function IV stage of promotion -- the interval that creates from the structural erection a revolution in the structure of human relationships, a byproduct of which will be equality in the world order.
The visionaries of the reality beyond materialism were cyber visionaries -- Internet-centered in operation -- who named the Party's discovery a World Party Movement. This digital operation is the medium through which I dispense my prescription for the postmaterial tomorrows that follow. As the Party's discoverer proprietor, and its chief propagandist, developer, and choreographer.
In spite of the entrepreneurial essence of the Party's foundation, World Party Movement has been, and remains today, the world's only visionary political party. Its mission of equality in the structure of human relationships coincides logically with the postmaterial ideal of worldwide equality at my agenda's crest. Only this party endeavors the symbiosis of structural equality with human equality.But while party idealism defies prophetic realism, the Party, nonetheless, is an enterprise of practicality in heritage. It bears this trait of practicality, for instance, by virtue of its purpose -- the characteristic that distinguishes, or should distinguish, political parties from pressure groups, i.e., from groups that endeavor alternative political policies -- not political systems.
As a political party, then, WPM's purpose is identical to that of all authentic political parties. Here, I refer to the simple, bold, and ambitious purpose of getting control of the government. But, while the endeavor of the cadre parties -- like the Democrats and Republicans of the United States -- is but control of the government of one country, the Postmaterial Party extends its focus to governance worldwide. Tactical perseverance in this purpose is my prescription for progressing change across the human race.
Postmaterialism is the ideological emblem of such progression. As such, it holds the Party's mission and its vision of governance together, glued one with the other as the construct for party ideals and strategy. More precisely, postmaterialism supplies a coherence to the system of values -- structurally and methodologically -- on which my leadership theory is largely mounted. The substance of that system has always been and must forever remain a strategic superiority.
But at the risk of sounding apologetic, let me make very clear that the object of party strategy is the catalysis of freedom -- not dominance. This objective is
The party's ideological framework is thus built both upon freedom and justice, the twin children of the cherished tomorrows of worldwide equality. The planks of this platform must project, ultimately, upon the perfection of egalitarianism. The party's ideological value system, then, creates a pathway to the triumphant endpoint of my purpose in human relationships.
The productive dimension of this structural revolution distinguishes this party's DNA from all past and present party labels. For example, unlike the Marxist cadre parties of Europe and Latin America, which place control of the means of production squarely into the hands of a working class constituency, my paradigm for output relies on equality in the merits of production as its productive spire. Universal employment and occupational rotation across careers are but two of its constructive imperatives.
An important attribute of this merit-focused productive model is my party's self-perceived sense of its relevance. For example, in contradistinction to the ephemeral cadre parties, like the Congress Party of India, the Communist Party of China, and the various statist parties of the disintegrated Soviet Union -- each of which makes party perpetuity the costly expense of its perceived level of self-importance -- the Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality comes to power with a plan for its own ultimate irrelevance. For in the nature of the development of structural equality, there emerges a sense of peoplehood that rejects all institutional dependencies. As an institution myself, my party is one alongside and with me. We are one -- a solitary ship upon the long swerving course from popular pertinence to worldwide irrelevance.
The party view of its importance to humanity, then, is revolutionary; it has no historical precedence. The point at which it progresses into oblivion coincides with the embrace by all humanity of its entire value structure. At that victorious moment of universal embrace, the party's commission for operation will cease and vanish. It will divest and disappear -- in deference to the whole human race's reawakening. And it will remain invisibly in darkness until there again evolves departures from my structural standards -- i.e., from the foundation upon the deep crystal sea of immortality from which we now arise from our prior, pre-Socratic state of periodical irrelevance.