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"Was royalism a perfect system? It was not. But if we imagine a world in which the revolutions and civil wars of the last four centuries had never happened, it is hard not to imagine that world as happier, wealthier, freer, more civilized, and more pleasant."

Neocameralism (Neocam), occasionally called Joint-Stock Feudalism by some is a form of government proposed by the Neoreactionary writer Mencius Moldbug, largely inspired by the economic system of Cameralism as in place under the Prussian King, Frederick the Great.

Neocameralism is a Monarchical system as enforced by the framework of the corporate joint-stock model that can be seen in the most companies in the western countries. In short, it believes a large joint-stock corporation should be chosen as rulers of a country, and the corporation's (large) shareholders should choose a "Monarch-CEO".

Neocameralism is the idea that a sovereign state or primary corporation is not organizationally distinct from a secondary or private corporation. Thus we can achieve good management, and thus libertarian government, by converting governments to the same management design that works well in today’s private sector. This system can easily be associated with Feudalism or Corporatocracy.
The sovereign power (sovereign corporation, or ‘sovcorp’), alone, is able to ensure its own property rights. Its might and rights are absolutely identical, and, from this primary identity, subordinate rights (to ‘secondary property’) cascade down through the social hierarchy.

In simpler terms, the argument suggests that the sovereign, being the paramount power, possesses both the strength and the entitlements necessary to secure its property. This primary authority then extends its influence downward, establishing a hierarchical structure where subordinate rights to secondary property are derived from and ultimately subservient to the sovereign power. The implication is that the entire social order is structured around the sovereignty's ability to assert and maintain property rights, with all other rights in the societal framework stemming from this foundational premise.


Corporate Governance: Sovereign corporations operate as private entities, typically under the leadership of a monarch or a CEO-like figure who holds ultimate decision-making authority. This leadership model differs from democratic governance, where power is derived from the consent of the governed.

Citizen Choice: Citizens, or shareholders, choose which sovereign corporation to associate with based on their preferences, which can include factors like service quality, policies, and the overall experience. The ability to switch allegiance to a different corporation provides a crucial check on the power of the governing entity.

Service Provision: Sovereign corporations are responsible for providing essential government services, including law enforcement, judicial systems, infrastructure maintenance, and more. The quality and efficiency of these services are driven by the competitive nature of the system.

Profit Generation: The profit motive encourages sovereign corporations to operate efficiently, reduce waste, and cater to the needs of their citizen-shareholders. Profits may be distributed among shareholders or reinvested in improving services and infrastructure.

Dispute Resolution: Neocameralism typically employs private arbitration and dispute resolution mechanisms, which are subject to the terms of the contractual agreements between the sovereign corporation and its citizen-shareholders.


How to Draw

Flag of Neocameralism
  1. Draw a black ball with eyes.
  2. Draw a gold German Treasury or any structure which reminds it (usually state buildings)
  3. Draw a circle around it.
  4. Above and Below the circle draw 2 lines of increasing length from




  • State Capitalism - I get what he's talking about, but he's way too collectivizing.
  • Fascism - For me he is a commie Understands the degeneracy of the society.
  • Nordic Model - We may have copied a bit of your homework.
  • Austrian School - The Austrian school is based but libertarianism is degenerate liberalism.
  • Anarcho-Capitalism - I like Rothbard but we need a private corporation state that has incentives to limit his size because we need order and laws for achieving certain level of individual freedom.
  • Liquid Democracy - Cool, but why I can't buy votes?
  • Libertarianism - You need to swallow the red pill: Embrace the state.


  • Neoliberalism - I must conclude you're just plain evil.
  • Anarcho-Syndicalism - If you go to the bookstore and pick up some Chomsky you get a blue pill coated in red.

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