Third positionism

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Third position

Third Positionism is a political ideology advocating the usage of middle-ground policies between what would traditionally be called Communism (heavy State control over economic mechanisms, State control over all aspects entirely, heavy taxation and class warfare) and Capitalism (free-market liberalism, the priority of big business in a competitive, deregulated economic environment), while proposing new and revolutionary policies to accompany a Third Positionist manifesto.The ideology is opposed to both Left Wing and Right Wing political ideas while adapting a bit of both.


Third positionism is a branch of Fascism which came to popularity during the early part of the 1900's, primarily in Europe and the United States, but its roots can be seen all throughout European history. The third position umbrella encompasses ideologies such as Fascism, National Socialism, Ethno-Nationalism, Tribalism, Korean Juche, syndicate ism, localism, and smaller movements such as back to the land, and animist breakaway groups. Third position is explicitly anti communist and anti capitalist, embracing hybridism in both government and economics.

The third position is naturally anti Zionist, and anti new world order.

Men like Wat Tyler of 1300's England and Italy's Da Vinci brought the basics of populism to the forefront during their own times with ideals rooted in both traditional viewpoints as well as "radical" ideas of bestowing the common man with a chance at upward mobility and education. Rejecting the false dichotomy of establishment right and left, they instead chose to look for truths wherever they may be present, laying the groundwork for modern third position theory.

Third position became well recognized as a political movement during and after The World's War Against Communism as many National Socialists and Fascists embraced it. Owing to its malleability to pull from both the right and left equally regarding populist issues, third position has created some strange ideological bedfellows within its ranks. Strasserites of the National Socialist left share the stage with Juan Peron's authoritarian populism, and Qaddafi's national Arab-ism in Libya.

In the US, third position found its spectrum amongst the leftwing worker's rights populism of men like Huey Long, and staunch American right nationalism of George Wallace. Movements to reject both Capitalism and Communism came forth to encompass the modern third position landscape. Today, the works of the "New Right" and men like Alain De Benoist highlight where the group is moving in the modern world with his critiques of neo-liberalism and late stage democracy. Jonathan Bowden's critiques of both established right and left, and refusal to be labeled as either give good insight into third position's insistence upon being above strict ideological polarization.

Beliefs and Ideology

From its inception, third position-ism has been a catch all for politics that do not align with the all encompassing jewish Hegelian Dialectic, and the false dichotomy that it enshrines. It is claimed that third position stands in stark contrast to all things mainstream, but the reasoning behind this often goes beyond what simple comprehension those in the mainstream can muster, and deeply into an esoteric realm that cannot be breached by ideological surface dwellers.


The most important thing to know about third position's stance on the environment is that it eschews today's hysterical, shrill, over the top, agenda driven mainstream "environmentalism". Third positionists look to nature as an example for how nothing in this world is equal, and embrace nature's simple message of strength for survival. In the eyes of third position, nature is not some dumbed-down zoo attraction. It is brutal and raw, and it requires the utmost intellectual and physical strength to survive and thrive.

Finnish Eco Fascist Pentti Linkola characterizes much of third position's views on nature and the environment with his ideals that modern man is still part of nature, must remain part of nature, and must turn away from the weakness and comfort of civilization, back to the self preservationist attitude of wildlife, and ancient man.

Third positionists seek to preserve nature beyond any foolish scratchings and noises made by today's so called environmentalists. We care little for the alarmist cries of climate change as a single issue designed to gaslight the population, and choose instead to embrace the holistic approach of viewing the natural world as a completely interconnected monad that cannot be separated piecemeal for the gain or benefit of corporations, popular special interests, or moneyed elites. Man does not lord over the natural world as seen in judeo-christian dominion. Rather, he is in his rightful and proper place within it.

Labor and the rights of workers

Third position embraces a populist attitude, and draws equally from the true left and true right, unconcerned with what is socially popular at the time. This spirit is embodied in the vast spectrum between men like writer and investigative journalist Upton Sinclair, and his passion to showcase the plight of the voiceless worker, to Germany's leader, Adolf Hitler, who advocated for living wages across the board, arguing that no job was unimportant or worth less in his nation.

Third position tends to embrace a more socialized form of labor, giving rights to the worker, and having management take a background role. A varying degree of support for labor unions, guilds, apprenticeships, and communal associations at the local level are reflective of third position's views on labor. Localism is favored, and globalism is viewed harshly.

Globalism is universally condemned as supply side economics, machinations of the wealthy elites, shadow politics, and overall, financial doom for the working man in every nation on earth. Globalism is part of the new world order of neo-liberal economics. Third position embraces localism and the usage of local laborers and products. Third position also favors the populist belief of a restricted labor pool, thus unlimited immigration into a nation must be curbed to prevent the devaluation of labor.

Heritage and tradition

Third position usually skews classic right on these issues, aligning with the views of men like Romania's Corneliu Codreanu and England's Oswald Mosley as they spoke of a rejection of modern neo-liberal democracy and a return to traditional heritage based ways of life that were specific to each individual group and region.

Religion often plays a role in the ideal third positionist setting of a society, and is not a stand-alone entity, but is woven into the very fabric of everything that government does in a way that is natural to the people who live with it.

The governmental structure of a third position society also skews classic right and embraces varying degrees of authoritarianism, one-party-statism, theocracy, and benevolent dictatorship. The democratic process has a place within this system, but does not govern it outright and is not allowed such power as to become saturated with outside influence and affect a coup d'etat upon the nation at the behest of foreign interests.

Social fabric

Third positionism skews largely to traditional beliefs. Men and women are not equal, but are complimentary in nature. Women are feminine and men are masculine. The outsider interest in agitating the sexes against each other is not allowed. Forced equalization of the sexes, as well as of men in general is viewed rightfully being part of neo-liberalist doctrine, and rejected. The modern jews agenda to destroy traditional societies and beliefs, be it in white nations, or others around the world, is rejected across the third positionist spectrum.

The traditional family is the central facet of the majority of ideologies which exist under the umbrella of third positionism. Children are viewed as the future, and not as simply extra working hands or cogs in a system's machines. The men and women of the nation are not expendable or disposable, and exploitation of them is not allowed.

Third position embraces varying degrees of authoritarianism. From Mussolini's Facism, to Japan's highly culture oriented Showa Statism, third position nations show a wide array of general-ism in mass application, to extremely tight specifics that deal strictly with the inner workings of a single nation viewed through a Fascist lens.

Foreign policy

Third position tends to trend towards non interventionism and isolationism in its foreign policy viewpoints. The dual cases are made such that any monies and energy in the nation must be spent on the nation, as well as the potential for imperialistic acts to deal bad blood in kind several fold to future generations.

A third positionist nation cares far more about interior issues than expansion, but this should not be mistaken for pacifism, since a third positionist nation is also one that would tend to be pro-martial, with a certain amount of military training as a requirement for all citizens. Once again, the neo-liberal ideal of foreign wars of choice is rejected in favor of a wholly new ideal based upon war as a last resort to defend the nation and possibly other national allies if they are threatened.


Most third position nations will include a spiritual belief system within their governing body, and in varying degrees, there will be no separation between spirituality and state. This belief system will also be in charge of overseeing the general morality of the nation and enforcing moral law when necessary. This can range from outright theocracy such as one would encounter with America's Amish population, to milder approaches like traditional Japanese Shinto, whereby the spiritual aspect is simply woven into the fabric of daily life itself.


Third position's stance on race varies with each instance of it. Though Mussolini's Italy claimed to have no exclusive policy on race, Slavs were viewed as part of the neo-liberalist order encompassing Masonry, and many were held in internment camps.

Hitler's Germany had a very definite racial component which can be best understood through his 25 points on National Socialism.

Saddam Hussein's reign was tribal in nature and consisted of ingroups and outgroups that were not racially specific, but rather based on religious and tribal factions.

Showa Statism's Japan based Nationalism was ethnic in nature.

Mobuto's Zaire functioned as a cult of personality state, and was not racially specific in scope or ideology.

Law, order, and economics

Much of third position, owing to its Fascist roots, is highly order dominated. Familial piety and family duty are a central tenet in all third position instances. The tradition and order based writings of Yukio Mishima constitute an overarching third position worldview that is classically right wing based and embraced in relative fashion by each instance of third positionism.

Third position societies are more likely to be tough on crime, education focused, and representative of a social compact between government and citizen wherein the citizen has certain behavioral duties and responsibilities. An amount of time spent in the military may be a requirement for third position citizens. Third position is also etiquette based, with certain public codes of behavior.

Economically, third position eschews neo-liberalism's usage of the dollar and petro dollar, and thus has made a target of itself in the world, bearing the brunt of endless attacks by the neo-liberal west to establish its economic world hegemony and wipe out any interference. Syria is one such recent example of a nation that has found itself in the neo liberal crosshairs for economic "recalcitrance".

Third position represents such economic movements as national currency, barter, labor as currency, and commodity based currency which includes currency backed by gold. Third position does not advocate fiat currency, usury, inflationary practices such as printing currency backed by nothing more than faith, market manipulation, or mafia style practices such as predatory loans and high interest rates.


It is important to note that while third position stands in stark contrast to today's neo-liberal world order, it is not aligned with the anarcho viewpoint. Third position is counter-revolutionary in most facets and seeks to bring back worldviews of previous times whilst updating and combining them with current solutions to modern problems.

It is not staid and stagnant, however. The goal is to take the best of the past and unite it with the best of present times to create a functional and working future for the nation and its people. Neo right and neo-left are ignored and discarded for simple traditional beliefs coupled with the best that Science and technology has to offer on the human scale. The overarching goals being that of creating golden age societies. Men are expected to reach beyond simply just existing and become great by exploring their full potential, physically, intellectually, and spiritually. Third positionism seeks to make that great 700 year leap of humanity towards the Sons of God.

Each instance of third position will differ based on its geopolitics, needs, and founders. Naturally, third position black fascist groups such as Nation of Islam will be very different in goals and governing than groups like the UK's Official National Front and its calls for men to become, "new men", rejecting the ills of modern society.

Third position does not seek to be quantified and easily understood. In fact, its very nature defies easy description. The one true thing which can be said is that each instance of third position, be it white or non white, will form because a group of people have been abused by the current worldwide neo liberal order and are fed up. A way rejecting all tenets of the current new world order will be forged instead.

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