Update (21 November 2021)

I just mapped out the entire US political map based on the various parties which I had become familiar with over course of investigating and finished The Work-Standard. At some point I am going to need to revamp the Blog again, this time to include a separate webpage involving the Third Place and eventually some more forays into the Mysteries of the SSE. Until I finish the next Third Place Post, I will be posting on the Blog the Party Identification Symbols for the Federalist Party and the Democratic-Republican Party (as the latter Party currently exists as the “Democratic and Republican Parties”).

How I perceive US Politics in general. Most US Political Parties often reflect the overall Weltanschauung of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe.

For the Federalist Party Cockade, whatever Symbol is at the Center is the Persona or “Ideology” that currently defines my Weltanschauung at the moment.
How the “Far-Left,” “Left-Wing,” Center-Left,” “Center,” “Center-Right,” “Right-Wing,” and “Far Right” perceive Hamiltonian Federalist Socialism (HFS). The Cassandra Coefficient Symbol is the most appropriate because everyday American perceptions of “Hamiltonian Federalist Socialism” will always be influenced by their own Projective Identifications directed at the Typus of Alexander Hamilton. Additionally, I have to make the most of the eight other ideologies included with HFS.

Yes, I am familiar with all of the major parties due to my attentions at overcoming the Korean Mousetrap on the 38th Parallel in the Korean Peninsula. Everything point back to the following table from an earlier Blog post:

“We should support whatever our enemies oppose and oppose whatever our enemies support.”

-Chairman Mao Zedong, The Little Red Book, ca. 1964

“To the modern politician and planner, men are the flies of a summer, oblivious of their past, reckless of their future.”

Russell Kirk, Ancestral Shadows:
An Anthology of Ghostly Tales, ca. 2004

“[Professor] Frank [had once] recalled my idle remark some years ago: ‘Never pass up the opportunity to have sex or appear on television.’ Advice I would never give today in the Age of AIDS and its television equivalent Fox News.”

-Gore Vidal, Point to Point Navigation, ca. 2006


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