The ultimate article on how governments fall. Addressing the anacyclosis cycle of political regime change and the cycle of collapse.
Enclavism: Conquering The Political Cycle of Collapse
What is Enclavism and Who Are The Enclavists?
What are we doing? We are building a new government framework based entirely on a government resistant to the political cycle of collapse. Every surviving civilization has gone through the same governmental cycles before their collapse. We call these "anacyclosis" and "the cycle of collapse". Our goal is to break this cycle. We want to build an entirely new system that is sustainable.
This government framework has a heavy focus on culture, family, community, and other anti-cyclical elements. We are currently writing a book on this subject, which we expect to release by the end of 2021.
A basic introduction can be read here: A Brief Overview of Enclavism.
Another part of our study on some key historical texts. Up next: George Washington on Anacyclosis and the cycle of collapse.
Another part of our study on some key historical texts. Up next: Giambattista Vico on Anacyclosis and the cycle of collapse.
A quick article on a cultural bell curve idea. My theory for how cultures change during the lifecycle of a nation.
Both democracies and republics demonstrate a type of “zealot class” as they degenerate. What is this class and why does it form?
On the problems of capitalist healthcare. Which can be just as problematic as socialist healthcare, but for very different reasons.
Democracy is not real. The rule by majority never truly exists. Not when a zealot class can form and transform it into a rule by zealots.
Some insight from Cicero on anacyclosis. Part of our series on key historical texts on the political cycle of collapse.
An insightful look into the cycle of political collapse. Francesco Sansovino on anacyclosis: Methods and solutions.
Further historical insight into the cycle of collapse. Montesquieu on anacyclosis, using his work “Complete Works – The Spirit Of The Laws”.
Hoffer’s book on the nature of mass movements is a phenomenal work. “True Believer” dives into what we need to know about movement formation.