I. The National Principle: Our aim is America’s rebirth in the Aryan (-European) spirit.

  1. The formation of a homogeneous national state, embracing all of the Aryan race. One who is not Aryan may live within the state as a guest-resident and may be subject to foreign law.
  2. Dismissal of all non-Aryans from all responsible positions in public life.
  3. None but those belonging to the collective Aryan race who professes to the entire community with the spirit and destiny of our National Community may exercise the rights of a citizen of the state.
  4. In order to support the National Community of America, immigration law must be restructured similar to that prior of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.


II. The Economic Principles: The economic duty of the state is to ensure the necessities of life.

  1. National Socialism recognizes private property as a principle and protects it by law.
  2. The national welfare, however, demands that a limit shall be set to the amassing wealth in hands of individuals.
  3. Within the limits of the obligation of every American to work, the sanctity of private property being respected, every American is free to earn and to dispose of the results of his labor.
  4. The healthy combination of all forms of business, small and large, in every domain of economic life, shall be encouraged.
  5. Usury, profiteering, and personal enrichment at the expense and/or injury of the nation shall be punishable by law.
  6. The analysis and large scale redevelopment of Social Security. Every member of the National Community shall be assured of enough to live upon attaining a certain age, before that age if permanently disabled, etc.


III. The Financial Principle: Finance shall exist for the benefit of the state and National Community.

  1. Effort toward a balanced state budget and the relief of the state, and hence of the National Community, from its public indebtedness.
  2. The abolition of the Federal Reserve and the transference of its infrastructure into a new central banking system.
  3. Necessary and efficient provision of money for all public objects (Ex. Infrastructure).
  4. Creation of a national bank of business development for granting non/low-interest bearing loans.


IV. The Cultural Principle: The sciences and fine arts shall flourish on the basis of a politically and economically healthy state.

  1. The standard of health in the nation must be raised through training up the youth to be healthy in body and mind.
  2. The reorganization of the education system. Revision of grades K-12 into K-10. The following two years shall be dedicated to: obtaining a two year degree or trade certification as part of public education for the good of the National Community, basic military training for all able males, and basic work experience.
  3. General liberty of creed and conscience is essential to the reality of individual will. However, there must be discouragement of dogmas which contain matter injurious to the state and National Community, and are opposed to American moral instincts.
  4. Discouragement of all evil influences in the press, in literature, the arts, and the state.
  5. Press Reform – Suppression of all journals which militate against the national good. Strict responsibility for all untrue and intentionally falsified intelligence.


V. The Military Principle: The protection of the state and National Community are essential to the development of a free people.

  1. To ensure right of American citizens to bear arms for the intent of defense and recreation.
  2. To ensure the nation is efficient by permitting every free American to serve.
  3. Abolition of the paid-mercenary army.


VI. The Government Principle: The reorganization of government structures and mechanisms through the creation of a strong central state with the aforementioned points in mind.

  1. Executive Reform: As the branch primarily tasked with the authoritative responsibility to govern the state, it is generally understood that it is the duty of the executive branch to guide the country. As such, a strong executive branch with the guidance of the ideal and party apparatus must lead legislative and judiciary bodies toward a common future for the betterment of the National Community.
  2. Legislative Reform: The Senate – A chamber which must remain similar to that which exists today, lawmakers and representatives from across the country who assist in drafting and completing new laws. The House of Representatives – A chamber which must be reshaped to represent various trades and professions. This would provide more accurate representation of the day-to-day person, and provide further depth to understanding the effects of implementing potential laws.
  3. Judicial Reform: The judicial system must be reorganized, unifying the state and federal courts into a single, unitary system. These courts becoming specializations of the unified system.