"James Buchanan made a great statement on behalf of the right of revolution. Grant restored the gold standard. Harding denounced US imperialism in Haiti. But overall, my favorite president is William Henry Harrison. He keeled over shortly after his inauguration."
Paleolibertarianism (shortened to Paleobert and Paleolib) also called Old Right Libertarianism is a type of Libertarian sub-ideology which stresses inherent incompatibility between cultural egalitarianism/ progressivism, and inclusionism, and the concept of liberty, as well as a focus on the importance of inherited culture as a means of maintaining order.
Paleolibertarianism is distinguished by a particular opposition to all types of state interventionism, especially Foreign and Economic. Paleolibertarianism as an ideology is one which embodies a culturally and economically right-wing and a civically libertarian position.
- Total state as insitutional source of evil through whole history.
- Unlimited free market as moral and practical ideal.
- Private property as moral and economical necessity for society.
- State dominated by millitary-industrial complex is the biggest threat for society's liberty and prosperity.
- Welfare state as organized theft, which destroys producers, and then, it's consumers.
- Civil liberties based on property rights as basic necessity for just society.
- Egalitarian ethics as morally disgusting and devastating for private property and social authority
- Social authority in family, church, local communities, is necessary for protection of the citizen from the state and necessary for maintaining free and valuable society.
- Western culture as something utterly worthy protection.
- Objective morals - mostly that in abrahamic religions are necessary to maintaining civilized social order.
The early origins of Paleolibertarianism can be found within the thought of certain conservative tendencies within anti-statist movements and vice-versa.
The first type of Proto-Paleolibertarianism may be found in the likes of Edmund Burke, and, by extension, the Old Whig movement.
The second may be found in the ideas of the oppositors to the french revolution found in the French Liberal School, found in writers such as Frédéric Bastiat and Proto-Anarcho-Capitalist thinkers such as Gustave De Molinari, as well as the English Classical Liberal thinker, Herbert Spencer, acquired, especially on his later works, after which he was sometimes regarded as a " Conservative Anarchist."
Another, perhaps more obscure, example of a Proto-Paleolibertarian thinker may be found in the reactionary jurist, Karl Ludwig Von Haller, whom the anarcho-capitalist economist Hans-Hermann Hoppe has written an article about regarding the "radical libertarian" tendencies within his thought.
The Old Right movement
The formal origin of Paleolibertarianism, with its modern meaning, is to be found in the Old Right movement and its alliance with the modern American libertarian movement (or vice versa), with its biggest advocator being the Anarcho-Capitalist writer, Murray Rothbard.
The Old Right was a group of Conservative activists, thinkers, and politicians, who opposed foreign intervention (most notably, the Vietnam war), as well as Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal and Economic Regulationism in the broad sense (besides Protectionism).
They were more commonly known as the Paleoconservative movement, which later, as a consequence of Libertarians associating with some Paleoconservatives, the term Paleolibertarianism was coined. The advocators of Paleolibertarianism include Lew Rockwell, Murray Rothbard and Henry Louis Mencken. Lew Rockwell, among other Libertarians, dropped the usage of this label because it had come to be associated with a form of "conservative libertarianism" which, he argues, wasn't the point of it, he instead defines Paleolibertarianism as "libertarianism before the movement emerged to institutionalize it as an ideological wing of the state's political apparatus." Although he criticizes defining "Paleolibertarianism" as some sort of socially right-wing form of Libertarianism, he states that defining Libertarianism as socially leftist is problematic as well.
The "Paleo Alliance"
Christian Libertarianism is a branch of Paleolibertarianism with a greater emphasis on its religious aspects. Christian libertarianism combines Christianity and its teachings with libertarian political philosophy. It believes in the non-aggression principle and thinks that Christian values, beliefs, or morals should not be forced onto people violently, but rather be strongly encouraged through social institutions.
Catholic libertarians generally draw upon the philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, notable for synthesizing Aristotlean thought with Catholic theology. With the natural law (the concept of there being a law ordained through 'God, Nature or Reason', instead of the state) being a common theme. Aquinas also influenced secular libertarianism.
The historian, politician, and writer John-Alberg Acton, better known as just 'Lord Acton' whose work greatly influenced classical liberalism and with it libertarianism was a Roman Catholic.
Albert Jay Nock, one of the major figures of the Old Right movement and the first person to use 'libertarian' in a right-wing context was a member of the Episcopal church.
Libertarian Christianity is a type of Christian theology derived primarily from Calvinism. Not all Christian libertarians are Libertarian Christians, and sometimes there might be strong theological disagreements between Libertarian Christians and other Christian libertarians.
Kremlintarianism is a pejorative term for libertarians who sympathize with Russia, popularized by Liberpedia. Even though it's a derogatory term, something really close could be the blog ZeroHedge and its blogger Daniel Ivandjiiski, who considers himself austrolibertarian, but adopts (considerably) "Russophilia". The main targets of the term are:
- Walter Block: Walter Block was accused by Liberpedia of being a Kremlintarian for his pro-Russia, anti-Nato, anti-Ukraine and pro-Putin speeches, so much so that he stated that "If there were any justice in the world, Russia would never have entered the [sic] Ukraine. Instead, they would have declared war on all the member nations of NATO, all of them without exception. Thank God that there is no justice in this world. We should thank our lucky stars that Putin is a mensch..."and Walter Block also said that the reason why he is pro-Russian is simple. Russia respects private property more than Ukraine.
- Ryan Dawson: Ryan Dawson is a self-proclaimed libertarian and "pro-human rights" activist, despite having denied the Holocaust (even mocking) and having a certain relationship with the neo-Nazism (even making the gesture) and with Alt-Right. He is anti-born, anti-Zionist and conspiracyist, in addition to saying that the West exaggerates the crisis in Ukraine by threatening US hegemony, taking a pro-Russian, pro-Iran stance.
- Justin Raimondo: W.I.P
- Eric S. Margolis: W.I.P
Personality and Behaviour
- A combined personality of both ConBert and PaleoCon: likes his guns and property, but also rants about the homosex and globalists.
- Will generally avoid any situations of sexual promiscuity and substance abuse by progressivists.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball,
- Colour it purple,
- Draw a black Rattlesnake in the centre, with grass below it,
- Write "No Step" in black below the snake,
- Add the eyes, and you're done!
|Purple||#BD5BE5||189, 91, 229|
|Black||#141414||20, 20, 20|
|Green||#194619||25, 70, 25|
- Draw a ball and fill it with yellow
- Draw the rattlesnake around the cross
- Write "Don't tread on me" or simply "No step" under the cross
- Add the eyes and you're done!
|Yellow||#F5DD00||245, 221, 0|
|Black||#141414||20, 20, 20|
- Right-Wing Populism - I like your social and economic stances. Together we make the "paleo strategy".
You need to shut up sometimes.
- Austrian School - Great economic views!
- Libertarian Conservatism - Moderate version of me. Ron Paul is based!
- National Libertarianism - He's like a little brother to me!
- Conservative Liberalism - An even more moderate version of me. He just happens to be a bit statist, but has the same spirit as me.
- Anarcho-Conservatism - My radical counterpart, who took the anti-statist stance too seriously. Based nonetheless.
- Paleoconservatism - He influenced me greatly, but I wish he wasn't such a statist.
- Anarcho-Capitalism - A more radical and economically focused descendant that absolutely loves Murray Rothbard.
- Reactionary Libertarianism - Me, but crazier.
- Christian Democracy - Good friend of mine. Amen.
- National Liberalism - One of my best pals, he's almost like Classical Liberalism, but with some changes.
- Christian Libertarianism - Praise the Lord!
- Hoppeanism - My son lives in the same house, and I am proud of him, even if he says things that are too crazy.
- Korwinism - Basically Hoppean, but more insane and monarchist for some strange reason. And Polish. Oh well, at least you're trying to make libertarianism a thing there...
- Confederalism - The USA and Switzerland must return to the good old times!
- Reactionary Liberalism - He's also part of the Paleo movement.
- Minarchism - In general terms sounds great to me.
- Buchananism - My dear statist friend and the candidate of the Paleo-alliance for the 90s elections good old times.
- Monarcho-Capitalism & Libertarian Monarchism - The two types of Monarchy that I can get behind
- Alt-Right - I was part of your development, but you insist on not following my economic advice and want a totalitarian state. That Molyneux guy is kinda based though, if a bit too wignatty and crazy
even for me. Also, get off of the internet and go outside. It is turning your brain into mush!
- National Conservatism - Has great ideas, but way too and statist for my liking.
- National Democracy - Heydel, Koneczny and Rybarski were based but has the same flaws of above.
- Conservatism - If only you dropped the statism and actually implemented those small government policies you've been promising us...
- Homoconservatism - You're a conservative, so you get a pass. Just keep your degenerate habits to yourself. RIP Justin Raimondo.
- National Capitalism - No idea if I hate you or like you. You're statist, but you're Capitalist.
- Federalism - Not bad but give more power to the local governments.
- Anarcho-Monarchism - WHAT?!
- Austrofascism - Thanks for listening to Mises' advice, but be capitalist.
- Monarchism - You are mostly statist but also very conservative and want to preserve order. Also your children are really based.
- Pink Capitalism - Good economics, but you are still a progressive turd
- Racial Nationalism - Yes I wrote those papers.
- White Nationalism - David Duke was a good friend and Jared Taylor is somewhat based, be less statist and more separatist.
- Police Statism - "4.Take Back the Streets: Crush Criminals. And by this I mean, of course, not “white collar criminals” or “inside traders” but violent street criminals-robbers, muggers, rapists, murderers. Cops must be unleashed, and allowed to administer instant punishment, subject of course to liability when they are in error"."5.Take Back the Streets: Get Rid of the Bums. Again: unleash the cops to clear the streets of bums and vagrants. Where will they go? Who cares? Hopefully, they will disappear, that is, move from the ranks of the petted and cosseted bum class to the ranks of the productive members of society".
- Putinism - Our relationship is complicated.
- Globalism - A mega-state that forces all of us to give up our tradition in the name of so-called "world unity"? HELL NO.
- Fully Automated Gay Space Communism - Homosexual and communist globalism? Yeah, this is way worse.
- Fascism - Statist and Socialist in decay, need I say more?
- Social Democracy - You want to reform Capitalism, with Socialism. I mean, if you're "Capitalist" I guess you can stay, also why Welfare?
- Neoliberalism - He is annoyingly progressive, but unlike PinkCap, his centre-right economics don't make up for it. Oh, and he's a globalist.
- Social Liberalism - You're like the globalist, progressive idiot above but more stupid in general.
- Anarchism - We still need some state.
- Revolutionary Progressivism - I keep my rifle by my side so I could defend myself from the #woke scum like you!
- Marxism - Your dumb ideas are poisoning the minds of many!
- Libertarian Socialism - You don't like the state, but socialism? Come on...
- Anarcho-Communism - Yeah, good luck with that... Not gonna happen.
- Queer Anarchism - Hates the state but probably wants to turn me into a lesbian catgirl.
- Neoconservatism - You're a conservative, yet you conserve nothing. Also, STOP WASTING MY TAX DOLLARS ON POINTLESS WARS IN THE MIDDLE EAST! I'M NOT GOING TO DIE FOR OIL COMPANIES, YOU IDIOT!!!
- Neo-Libertarianism - "Libertarian" Neo"con"? I just- w-what the hell is this and why does it exist?!
- Third Way, Trotskyism, Rockefeller Republicanism, Nordic Model and Bull Moose Progressivism - Interventionism and Welfarism seems like a Hell to me.
- Anarcho-Syndicalism - I want to kill myself knowing that you exist.
- Socialism - What a joke.
- Keynesian School - Light socialism!
- Rooseveltianism - You ruined America!
- Illegalism - You don't care about social order, that means you are against liberty!
- Anarcho-Nihilism - Even worse, because he hates any tradition!
- Betrayal of the American Right by Murray Rothbard
- Getting Libertarianism Right by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
- Speaking of Liberty by Llewellyn Harrison Rockwell Jr.
- Our Enemy, the State and On Doing the Right Thing by Albert Jay Nock
- The case for Paleo-libertarianism by Llewellyn Harrison Rockwell Jr.
- Why Paleo? by Murray Rothbard
- A Foreign Policy of Freedom: Peace, Commerce, and Honest Friendship] by Ron Paul
- Right-wing populism:a strategy for the paleo movement by Murray N.Rothbard
- The New Fusionism by Murray N. Rothbard
- Nations by Consent:Descomposing the Nation-State Murray N. Rothbard
- For president:Pat Buchanan by Murray N.Rothbard and Llewellyn Harrison Rockwell Jr.
- The Irrepressible Rothbard by Murray Rothbard
- The Cultural Thought of Ludwig Von Mises Jeffrey A. Tucker
- Is Libertarianism Reactionary? By Andrew D. Allison
- Abortion and Evictionism Violate the NAP by Vincent John
- "The Right to Travel" does not exist by Jared Clark
- Que es el Hiper-Individualismo? by Sergio Villalta
- The Hoppesian Conflict Theory by Andrew Allison
- Why Authentic Liberalism is Right-Wing? by Michael Obrenovich
- Lew Rockwell
- Murray Rothbard
- Justin Raimondo
- Albert Jay Nock
- Garet Garrett
- Hans-Hermann Hoppe
- Janusz Korwin-Mikke
- Ron Paul
- Thomas Woods
- Thomas DiLorenzo
- Joseph Sobran
- Jeff Deist
- Alex Jones
- Stefan Molyneux
- Mikhail Svetov
- Paulo Kogos
- Agustín Laje
- Miguel Anxo Bastos
- Jakub Kulesza
- Jiri Keronen
- Paleo Angloism
- Un Señor De Logroño USDL
- Occdente em furia - com Paulo Kogos
- El Gentilhombre
- Krul TV
- Lobo Conservador
- Sacrum Imperium Romanum
- How libertarians started liking Putin | Mikhail Pojarsky (eng sub).
- Libertarianism and the Old Right by Lew Rockwell
- The Principled Libertarianism of Edmund Burke
- Anarchism and Socialism by Georgi Plekhanov (1895).
- The Idea of a Private Law Society: The Case of Karl Ludwig von Haller by Hans-Hermann Hoppe.
- The Bertrayal of the American Right by Murray N. Rothbard
- Do You Consider Yourself a Libertarian? Kenny Johnsson interviews Lew Rockwell for The Liberal Post
- The Philosopher-Theologian: St. Thomas Aquinas by Murray Rothbard.
- What Did John Locke Believe About Human Nature
- John Locke: Natural Rights to Life, Liberty and Property by Jim Powell
- Stylish Elegance: A Biography of Albert Jay Nock by Jim Powell