Culturism (cǔl-chər-ǐz-əm) n. The use of philosophy, art, governance policy and science to honor, promote, manage and protect traditional majority cultures.


Culturist (cǔl-chər-ǐst) n. 1. An advocate of culturism. 2. One who engages in the philosophy, arts, policy creation and sciences that promote, protect and manage traditional majority cultures. 3. Adj. Of or pertaining to culturism, culturists or culturist policy.








Culturist Law and Individual Rights

Since only the West promotes individual rights, policies taking western solvency into account ultimately strengthen individual rights. Alongside individual rights, culturist rights must once again have legal standing.


Individual rights are too often used as a defense of overtly anti-social and destructive activities. Liberty entails sustainable freedom.  License is unsustainable abuse of freedom. 


When asked, ÔWhose values should predominate?Õ we must answer ÔThose of the West.Õ  Both Socrates and Jesus taught that the soul was higher than the body. Putting the mind first is a noble battle both urged.  Failing this, social studies show families help make successful citizens.


As the West must survive, culturists reject the position that government policy must remain scrupulously impartial to morals and culture. 


Culturist Rights and Welfare


You have an individual right to make babies with several men; society has a culturist right to not subsidize such irresponsibility.

People whose actions are blatantly irresponsible should lose their welfare benefits.


To those who worry about the children; indiscriminately subsidizing single-parenthood has undermined the African-American family and, ultimately, hurts the poor.  Policy must consider group and individual ramifications.


Western governments must stop all subsidies to polygamous families. This practice is anti-western. Those who engage in such arrangements should be imprisoned.


Fault-free Divorce Laws Should Be Reconsidered


Divorce laws should aim at strengthening families. On the whole, single-parent homes are much worse for children. Children's rights and the need of the family contextualize parent's rights.


Gay Marriage Rights


Individual rights do not automatically trump society's culturist rights. Society's morals, traditions, and marriage rates must have standing.


While culturists of good will may disagree over gay marriage, none would enter this discussion without considering the potential impact on the health of our culture.


Culturist Rights and Media


Public airwaves should once again provide a pro-social, non-pornographic space that promotes family formation and stability. This is why the FCC was formed.


In the age of the internet, having public decency laws does not stop people from accessing any type of information they seek. Freedom of expression is no longer a viable argument.


Controlling airwaves sends the culturist message that our society celebrates morals and discourages immorality. 


Culturist Rights and Zoning Laws


Strip clubs should be pushed to the periphery of cities.  Men will still be able to access strip. But, their partial exile will implicitly convey society's shaming of such behavior.


Culturist Rights and Schools


Pregnant teenagers should be expelled from mainstream public secondary schools. This will teach that actions have consequences. In the long run, this will reduce teen pregnancy.


Other grievous violations of morals and criminal behavior should also be grounds for expulsion. Using individual rights to protect anti-social behaviors undermines schools' culturist mission.


Visibly tattooed teenage students should not be employed in public schools. Employing them conveys a tacit approval.  Our schools are public institutions with a public culturist mission. Your individual rights should not trump our cluturist right to define and guide our society.