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Below is a statement of unifying principles shared by the political Right, drawn from historical regimes and current ones that share elements of this philosophy.

Those on the Right are also referred to as "Rightists" and the "Authoritarian Right." A current of thought within Conservatism is Rightist, though not all Rightists are conservative, and not all conservatives are Rightist.

Prominent IdeologiesEdit

-Classical Conservatism (the classical conservatism of Edmund Burke)

-Neo-Conservatism (more authoritarian than the classical, fucused in an authoritarian foregin politic)

-National-Conservatism (Nationalist and authoritarian, a moderate right that likes the economic nationalism)

-Paleo-Libertarianism (an far right anti-satate conservatism)

Statement of Principles Edit

The Right believes:

  • That government is the appropriate vanguard of society and protects it from harm
  • That the State exists to protect a society
  • That the individual exists to protect, serve and obey the State
  • That protecting the traditional family is the duty of the State
  • That children should be raised to support and nurture the State
  • Military service is important for all citizens, male and female, to perform, and is a valuable formative experience for youth
  • That markets should be free, as long as they serve the interests of the State
  • That the law binds a society and must be obeyed by all individuals, without question
  • That individual rights are not as important as the continuing harmony of society
  • That religion should be allowed to exist, so long as it does not oppose the State or the goals of society as a whole
  • That leadership in a society should be culled from an elite class who are prepared to lead through extensive education
  • That an orderly (sometimes regimented) society is of the utmost importance
  • That Race is often (but not always) an important unifying element in society