Director of Media and Propaganda
The Postmaterial Party
The Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality is the world's only political party whose platform for governance projects beyond the fleeting trends of modern materialism. It is the only political party anywhere on earth whose economic agenda articulates a reality that raises humanity from disparity to prosperity -- qualitatively, quantitatively, and universally. And only will this party end terrorism, for it alone has a political ideology that stands superior to terrorism itself.
At this nascent stage of the party's creation, the PpWE is Internet-centered. As a digital creation, it serves as my personal outlet of expression as a political entity. In this respect, then, I AM the Postmaterial Party. But the entity itself is nonetheless political party -- a mass political party, in fact, by design. That is, it is a political party by virtue of its purpose -- the only criterion used by political scientists to gauge party authenticity.
In other words, the Postmaterial Party's purpose is identical to the purpose of all other party organizations, small and large, East and West. This often precarious but common purpose is, most fundamentally, to get control of the government. It is to get control of any and all institutions that would otherwise control the party. The Party's structural function, then, is designed for worldwide governance.
Postmaterialism is the ideological container for this design. As such, it holds both the Party's mission and its vision of governance, that is, the plan for world change and the methods for effectuating this plan. The Party's vision, for example, is postmaterial in the sense that it projects far beyond this modern era of material enterprise. Thus, the rise of the party structure will comport with the fall of all parties that were theretofore chiefly materialistic.
The Party's ideological framework is the conceptual and strategic foundation to its worldwide mission. The planks upon which this foundation rests stretch across a fourfold spectrum of values: peace without arms, wealth without poverty, structure without hierarchy, and facilitative world governance.
The Party's philosophical value system, then, is designed to facilitate a revolution in the structure of human relationships. My strategy for implementing the envisioned world system distinguishes this party movement from all past and present political parties. For example, unlike the Marxist cadre parties that place control of the means of production into the hands of the working class, my party's strategy relies upon equality in the merits of production for its identity -- both structurally and in terms of virtue.
Moreover, in contradistinction to the parties of the status quo, like the Democrats and Republicans of the U.S.A., which make party continuity a most essential aspect of their relevance, the Postmaterial Party is the world's only political party that was created with a plan for self-extinction woven into its creation fabric. The extinction to which I have reference is no ordinary phenomenon. The point at which it occurs will coincide decidedly with the embrace by humanity of the Party's value system. At that juncture, the Party's commission for operation must vanish. It must vanish and retire into oblivion in the wake of humanity's reawakening. And it must remain in oblivion unless and until the world again departs the virtues of parity upon which it now arises from a prior self-extinction.