Who We Are
Dextarian is a teacher of positive thinking.
What We Do
Dextarian teaches positive thinking.
How We Do It
Dextarian identifies negativity in the thought and actions of individuals and institutions and devise positive responses to correct for and counter sinister pressures.
Every problem is a cost that someone created but did not pay. This is socialism. Socialism is poor accounting. Social costs creates threats of loss and risk for society and future generations. The creation of costs others must pay is socialism. Socialism is a manifestation of Babylon. Babylon falsifies costs and infringes on ownership rights using the doctrine of might makes right.
Right thinking is an attribute of positive persons.
Right thinking is analytical and logical. It is based on the apperception of Absolutes. It is not embedded in the idea of an independent or transcendental physical reality, that is a reality that has no relevance to the consciousness of man.
Right thinking does not produce solipsism. Logic is no more amenable to random impulses than an objective independent reality would be, if it existed.
Right thinking demands clear definitions. We think using concepts. Our reality is only as detailed and unmuddled as our conceptualization of it. If we cannot define the words, we use of define them all in circular ways our understanding will be limited. Right thinking is the study of words and concepts and the careful scrutiny of the implications that follow from them.
Truth is tied up in our language.
If we assume reality is implacably physical, then the concept of god will be corrupted by these assumptions. At the same time, we cannot easily embrace the idea of a reality composed of matter, energy, space, and time and conceive of conceptual absolutes. Our idea of truth will therefore be contingent and synthetic.
There is then two models of reality composed by two very different, even contradictory personalities.
The logical mind finds emotional reactions impossible to reconcile with logical enquiry, but the emotional or empathetic person finds the implacable logic of the right impossible to reconcile with his or her emotive personality.
The emotive person feels truth has to be beautiful, the logician thinks beauty must have a mathematical skeleton.
Sinisters look to feelings and perceptions; Dextarians to logic and analytics, to uncover the secrets of the universe.
Equality does not mean cookie cutter duplication. Modalities exist and to attempt to erase them in a monastic submission to a particular vision of the ideal person is to miss the point of equality and misunderstand the nature of justice.
Equal rights are equal property rights. Equality is equal justice. Equality of opportunity and results do not consider the nature of justice. Justice does not come from one person having authority over others. This is tyranny and tyranny always mean the person in charge is able to infringe upon the property rights of those below him.
The market is a method of achieving order in and through justice. The free market is said to be a market without a governing authority, but this does not mean the free market produces justice. Free markets suggest anything with a price can and ought to be sold. Asset markets are markets in which accountability for all costs is assured because only assets can be traded. When assets are exchanged no costs can be hidden or externalized. All value must be accounted for in the price. Property rights cannot be infringed against because liabilities are not permitted.
We own what we create, and no one has a right to impose costs onto others.
We are equal beings. Justice requires us to respect the rights of the creator to what he or she creates. We are accountable for the costs we create. Equal rights means no more or less than paying the costs we create and not being required to pay the costs others create. We are equal in our rights to justice and property that is to the value we create. So long as no one can deprive us of what we created we have no claim on what others create. Anything other than this is inequality and injustice.
Liberalism is an attachment to power over property masquerading as a love of freedom. Liberalism easily morphs into mob violence, anarchy, fascism, and chaos. Liberals want to tear up the social contract.
Liberalism subscribes to the principle that might makes right and the doctrine that ends justifies the means. It is this same kind of thinking that governs criminal enterprises. Criminals also reject the social contract.
Liberal social structures have power disparities, social inequalities, and administrative hierarchies because power overrides the social contract and the rights of property owners. If there are disparities of income or social standing produced by something other than an act of creation, the structure is a liberal creation.
Liberals believe ends justify the means. If the means involves the invalidation of the social contract, so be it. The left loves the trappings of power, the pomp and pageantry and the servitude of underlings. This is the way of the left.
The way of the left creates a technical problem. Socialism creates no wealth. The doctrine of might makes right is parasitic. The only way liberals can achieve their ends is by expropriating wealth from the creators of property. This explains why liberal policy is always divisive. The left is angered when the right erects barriers to the expropriations of the left.
Every division in society and every conflict exists because costs created by one agent is externalized onto those who did not create it. If you wish to understand the history of conflict look at who is producing the wealth and who is trying to take it.
Creating costs society and future generations must pay, is not ethical or rational because it does not produce value. Creating costs others must pay is the definition of evil. Evil destroys things of value without a compensatory benefit.
Sin is an act that creates costs for oneself. Evil creates costs for others. This can include the cost of the oppression. Subjugating other people creates costs the oppressed must pay.
There is a clear line of demarcation between left and right. This line is moral, ethical, economic, religious, political, and logical. On one side are those who live by the social contract, on the other side are those who live by the law of the jungle. Liberalism is the law of the jungle applied.
Capitalism has resulted in concentrations of wealth never before seen and democracy has systematically removed from the very people it is supposed to empower, the ability to resist the systematic theft that permits this concentration of power to exist. This is not a call to implement socialism or communism, its a discussion on the evils of capitalism and democracy and a suggestion that it is time to learn about and build the merit-driven mission Jesus told us to be