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The Analytic Humanist

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Liberalism

Liberalism is usually referred to as the politics of protecting and enhancing personal freedom. Conservatism is often defined as the believes of a person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in relation to politics. However, these definitions do not get to the core of the distinction nor explain well the antipathy of one for the other.

Liberals believe progress is acheived through competition whereas conservatives look to cooperation and unity to serve as the engines of progress.

Liberals promote freedom because freedom allows for competition and conservatives value tradition because this indicates shared values and a common bond.

Affiliated Organizations

Ecumenics Org is a cultural response to the states abuse of mankind's human rights. Crime, war and social division are symptomatic of states that have usurped our human rights. Our social problems such as unemployment, poverty, pollution, taxation, inflation, economic cycles, debt, social stratification, elitism, globalism and crime are the result of human rights violations. Social problems exist as part of the ills and errors of liberalism. 

Human rights take precedence over the states offering of legal rights. The right must unite in defense of mankind's human rights. Support for human rights eliminates the sources of social division. Legal rights are the main source of all friction and therefore the primary cause of poverty and debt. Uniting the right creates progress even as it enables the elimination of human rights violations. 

Please join with us to combat the emotionality of the left. Ecumenic Exchanges, are a scientific response to the ideological excesses of liberalism. Exchanges promote private solutions and free market operations.

Anyone and everyone needs to fight for their ownership rights and the free market. Exchanges promote private ownership and the free market is a counter to the emotional injustices of liberalism. Exchanges reduce the need for the state and lowers costs by promoting free market solutions. 

Start an Exchange and promote private ownership and the free market.