What is Fourth Estate Policy?

“The outlook of individuality is further complicated because the individual himself is a contradiction: because he is always situated in the foremost position in both battle and work. To hold this position and yet not to disappear in it, to be not only as the field of necessity but also of freedom–this is a capacity that has already been characterized as Heroic Realism. This ability, this real luxury of an extremely threatened species, forms the background of a peculiar spectacle in which our age allows us to take part: namely, that in the midst of a space replete with anarchic hostility a unified caste of leaders is beginning to mature.
[I]t must be seen that beyond the mixture of economics, compassion, and oppression, beyond the reflected feelings of the dispossessed, an increasingly clear Will-to-Power begins to announce itself, or, rather, a new reality has long been present, striving to express itself unequivocally through struggle in all areas of life. The variety of formulations with which this will is experimenting is of no consequence in the face of the fact that there is only one form in which it is possible to will at all.”  
[I]t cannot be clearer that [economic] freedom has to present itself precisely as an expression of this necessity within a world in which the name of the Arbeiter carries the significance of a badge of distinction, and whose innermost necessity is to be understood as Arbeit–or, in other words, it cannot be clearer that here every demand for [such] freedom appears as a demand for Arbeit.

“To be able to grasp this, however, one must be capable of [doing Arbeit, this] conception of ‘Work’ different from the traditional one. One must know that in the Age of the Arbeiter, if he bears his name properly and not in the sense, for instance, in which all parties today designate themselves as workers’ parties, there can be nothing not understood as Arbeit. Arbeit is the rhythm of the fist, of thoughts, of the heart; it is life by day and night, science, love, art, faith, religion, war; Arbeit is the oscillation of the atom and the force that moves stars and solar systems.
Such claims, however, and many others we will speak about, particularly the claim to confer meaning, are the hallmarks of a growing stratum of rulers. The question of yesterday read: ‘How does the Arbeiter share in the economy, in wealth, art, education, the metropolis, or in science?’ Tomorrow, however, it will read: ‘How must all of these things look in the workspace of the Will-to-Power of the Arbeiter, and what meaning will be ascribed to them?’
Every demand for [economic] freedom within the work-world is therefore possible only if it appears as a demand for Arbeit. This means that the extent of the [economic] freedom of the individual corresponds exactly to [becoming an] Arbeiter. To be an Arbeiter, the representative of a great form entering [Western economic] history, means to take part in a humanity destined for dominion over [Western Finance]. Is it possible that this consciousness of a new [economic] freedom, the consciousness of standing in the place of decision, can be felt in the space of thought just as much as behind whirling machines and in the bustle of mechanized cities [like New York’s 27 Wall Street]? We do not only have evidence that this is possible, but we also believe that this is the premise of every real intervention and that precisely here lies the pivotal point of transformations no redeemer ever dreamed of.”