The Postmaterial Party
The Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality is the world's only distinctively visionary political party. The party of light, it projects enlightenment. This projection extends into a future well beyond this ephemeral age of material extremism. The ultimate party mission is equality across humanity.
Postmaterialism, the ideological avatar of this mission, embodies a strategic worldview for a world party movement. Strategy, which is a function of ideology, is time-specific. It synchronizes the party's operational birth, for instance, with the death of all political parties that are chiefly materialistic. In other words, the party's evolvement as a guiding light coincides with the extinction of all hitherto political enterprises.
A platform for worldwide change, then, dominates the current thrust of the party's concentration. This embryonic phase of evolvement conceptualizes the framework for implementing the strategic worldview. Designed into a grand party scheme as a revolution in the structure of human relationships, it ascends from the threefold imperative of an authentically egalitarian political economy: peace without arms, structure without hierarchy, and worldwide wealth without poverty. It, thus, lays out my campaign for equality in the world order.
At the risk of appearing academic, let me say that the campaign design projects well into the postmaterial era of enlightened understanding. Its premises distinguish the party's agenda from the aspirations of all past and present political organizations. For example, unlike the Marxist party brand, which focuses heavily on control by the working class of the means of production, the idea at the core of the Postmaterial Party purpose is equality in the merits of production. That is, the party's propulsion, which is not uniquely an inspiration of production itself, reels upon parity in enjoyment of the fruits of output. The means of production, in the party sense of production, is universal employment, occupational rotation, and lifelong learning.
Moreover, in contradistinction to the self-interested brand of Democratic and Republican Parties of the United States, the postmaterialistic model of selflessness defines my party's essence. It is a model which obviates a need for perpetuity. Instead, the party's projections into an era of an enlightened humanity liberates governance of hierarchal structures. Thus, upon the worldwide embrace of the postmaterial value system, the party's commission will expire. And with this expiration, the party will vanish into the infinite expanse of eternity, reclining in dormancy until misunderstandings, again, compel its illumination.