to Our Political Party/Moral Standards Page....
Political Party Standardizes to be...
interest group socially instituted with degrees of authority within a more-inclusive
social contract. If therein we institute any given party
to have special access to the political process through its individual
members we are immoral. We've acted politically to exclude others not so
favored, and have combined with one another through our politicized public-sector
roles as governor and governed here and otherwise. This "real-world" example
pivotal, we institute top-down political control through our "enlightened"
self-interests as mutually we "back scratch." This extends to the private sector within which others hierarchically also rule as men. There
and then we've left the moral alternative unobserved, the one which does
form from within one commonly-inclusive source truly to permit democracy
must implement that just alternative ultimately somewhere. There and then,
all the enfranchised equally would have only a private right as
individuals to combine as nominally-labeled "parties" or not. Individuals
within parties then wouldn't have special, "more-equal" rights than individually-independent
others to run for offices or to access the common wealth which equally
and justly also would reserve to the people as a whole.
each of us privately is an equal individual who morally can support those
individuals and parties which politically aren't moral themselves. Indeed,
we individually can yield morally to the immoral political authority of
others whether it's socially instituted with political authority or not.
"Moral relativism," therefore, can standardize morally with absolute authority
as also to be within our fully-optioned private rights because the individual's
rights form morally first to be "inalienable" as more than a standardized
concept. Thus, the paradox: The formatively-absolute truths and
facts morally do apply to explain and enable even our immoral behavior
as the rationally-sovereign species.
this knowledge and pending our kind's forming our first morally-exemplary
social contract, we at this site secondarily dedicate
it to those political sites and those behind them which and who at least
would point us in the right direction. Yet we also must inform you that
largely we only can know them at best by the standardized language
they profess. That they and their candidates also tend to be "less equal"
than the "major" parties on our ballots and otherwise within our immoral
nation-states makes what little we can do to publicize them all the more
of course, we dedicate this site to those individuals among us who would
produce a moral social contract in the first formative instance....