The Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality
The Postmaterial Party for Worldwide Equality is the world's only distinctively egalitarian political organization, its only ideological alternative to the conservative, liberal, and progressive parties of the status quo, and its only political entity whose agenda would rescue civilization from conflagration by terrorist organizations and nations that prefer it destroyed than equal. The Party's plan for worldwide change is, thus, the boldest such plan since the Renaissance. It possibly is the bouldest plan ever!
As its name infers, the mission of the Postmaterial Party is equality across humanity. Equality, in this context, translates into four egalitarian aspirations: quality of life equality; equality in human relationships; equality in the manifestations of law; and equality in the world order. To be appreciated anywhere, these four ideals must be realized everywhere -- throughout civilization and simultaneously.
Through the Party's platform, its plan for world change calls for a world governing structure. The visualized structure is devoid of hierarchy and is, therefore, a structure for world peace devoid of weapons. A third platform goal is worldwide wealth under conditions that are devoid of poverty.
Through the economic plank of this platform, the Party's bold plan calls for universal employment, occupational rotation, and deferred occupational specialization. And through the practical ramifications of such platform objectives, it calls for less work, more leisure, freedom of travel, and free worldwide travel accommodations to everyone, everywhere across humanity.
The Party's economic objectives, which are central to its global endeavors, project along policy and systemic dimensions. On the policy interval, they call for equality in the merits of production -- i.e., in the value of goods and services produced, whether high or low. In their requirement that everyone work and rotate work across the best and worst occupations, they obviate the traditional divisions of labor, and demands for "control of the means of production," by invoking justice into the production scheme. Moreover, equality in the merits of production optimizes the productive process by interjecting freedom of cost, or, cost freedom, into the exchange mechanism.
Systemically, the Party's economic objectives repel the myths of the magic of money, and they dismiss the antiquated laissez faire market antics of moneymongers as mythology. As systemic objectives, they are designed to reengineer the world's economic system and, in particular, to replace the money economy with a structural innovation that equality in the outputs of production supports. More fundamentally, they are designed for a free economy -- for the injection of cost freedom into the veins of liberty. And they are designed to humanize work while universalizing privilege.
A finer distinction between the Postmaterial Party and the primitive parties of the minority middle and upper classes is borne out by our differences on popular issues. The Party's position on migration, for instance, is designed to achieve freedom of mobility in a borderless world. Its alternative to income inequality is income freedom, or, income-free equality -- quantitatively and qualitatively -- across humanity. Its position on jobs is addressed in the slogan, "Equality First, Then Jobs!" On education, it imposes a lifelong learning imperative, throughout civilization. And its recipe for defense is a system for peace through which the armed forces, on every continent of the globe, are required to disarm.
For the sake of equality in human relationships, the Party's plan for worldwide change calls for the forgiveness of debt, unconditionally. Toward equality in such relationships, and in the manifestations of law, it requires the freeing of incarcerated persons, universally. Toward the goal of justice through employment, it requires that the options to retire, specialize, or govern be the choices awaiting all at the endpoint of their careers. And through diversity in the occupational system, it requires the cessation of the traditions of horizontal path inequality through occupational channeling, characteristically a presentday practice.
The greatest problem facing the world today is inequality. Having recognized the problem in terms of its symptoms and victims, the mission of the Postmaterial Party is to make the world equal -- to kill the roots residing beneath the problem and innovate justice and freedom. This challenge requires surmounting the high mountain of resistance now habitated by the middle and upper class minority -- a mere ten percent of the world's population. Indeed this opposition, and the parties of war and poverty that represent it, would prefer to see our world destroyed than to see it equal. Fortunately, equality is the immortal will of the human race.
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