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BaronKhan

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Hey guys
I'm a young Protestant Paleoconservative Monarchist living in the U.S. I'm currently a senior at an all-male prep school. I've been told that I'm very mature for my age, and have always been a strong student. I've been interested in politics, philosophy, and the Classics since the 2012 election. I was once a NeoCon who listened to several hours of talk radio each day, but as I matured and learned more about how the system works , I saw the huge flaws and contradictions in democracy and modern "conservative" thinking. I started studying various political philosophers, and did a lot of heavy reading. As time passed, I continued moving further to the Right. I am now as anti-democratic as one can get, anti-egalitarian, very anti-Feminist, passionately against the LGBT perversion, and a staunch Protestant monarchist. I've been very influenced by men such as Edmund Burke, Julius Evola, Russell Kirk, and Joseph de Maistre. I'm also a devout Calvinist Anglican. My ideal regime would be a Protestant monarchical/aristocratic state. The residents of this country would all be Confessional Protestants.( Anglicans, Lutherans, Presbyterians, Reformed Baptists) There would be very distinct classes. (ie, the nobility, the clergy, the warrior class/military, the merchants/white collar workers, and the surfs/blue collar workers. ) There would be a very small chance of mobility, but the opportunity to become a cleric should certainly be open to anyone who feels they are called to it. It would be a very socially conservative state, with the clergy having the final say in all social matters. The economy would be pretty free. However, there would be tariffs on foreign imports. This quote by Thomas Flemming is one of my favorites . "Among the most dangerous of our theoretical illusions are the political fantasies that can be summed up in words like democracy; equality, and natural rights; the principle of one man, one vote and the American tradition of self-government. No one who lives in the world with his eyes open can actually believe in any of this." I hope I have some great conversations here!

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Welcome. Note that we do strive for a big tent here so don't expect everyone to agree with all of those views. Is that Thomas Fleming of The Rockford Institute (who I've met) or Thomas Fleming the bestselling historian and novelist? I would guess the former but wanted to be sure. (Note that they both spell their last name with one "M.")
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Welcome. Note that we do strive for a big tent here so don't expect everyone to agree with all of those views. Is that Thomas Fleming of The Rockford Institute (who I've met) or Thomas Fleming the bestselling historian and novelist? I would guess the former but wanted to be sure. (Note that they both spell their last name with one "M.")

It's Fleming of the Rockford Institute.

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