I assume that I am under some sort of boycott because I won't conform to the general Rightist tendency. Tell me that I am wrong about that, Scott!
I am not sure what you mean by this last part here, Ralph. Nobody (including you) is on any kind of ban or boycott. The closest is that Nafcash or related Spam is not allowed, but only because of the Spamming aspect.
Your posts tend to be a little involved, which is probably why they don't generate many replies, I guess. That is not a bad thing on your part, of course.
As far as the post-Capitalist future, I think that you can either organize a modern society around race-nation or around the economy, which either means Capitalist or Communist oligarchy and 99 percent serfdom. Any kind of socialism must have a strong folkish element to work or it will be utopian and sterile like Marxism.
Secondly, I do think that Western Civilization is culturally the zenith of anything ever achieved by humanity, and the more that this is realized and appreciated the better. The Asian industrial societies have figured this out and they are quick studies. The Chinese, for example, have realized this, although I think their one-child policy is too extreme. Two should be sustainable if growth has to be severely controlled. But in any case the colored hordes from the Third World will need to be contained for the benefit of everyone else, and kept to their native lands (like the African continent) and otherwise left to their own devices until they have had a millennium or two of their own evolutionary progress to show for it. White missionaries and medical workers have done more harm than good by reducing deaths from poverty, ignorance, and disease in populations who are simply not capable of living in complex, modern societies. The result is over-population, where excessive human capital is a liability and not an asset. Cheap Labor benefits no one except for financial parasites and traitorous subversives; these are precisely the people that the Democracy-Capitalist system seeks to elevate as its rulers, the very opposite of meritocracy. This is why the Black Death in the 14th century led to a surge in creative growth that we now call the Renaissance--but those seeds for both the disaster and the recovery had been planted long before. The Folk gives you something to work with, if you appreciate its value.
A couple of things that I don't admire about the White man is that his society is excessively pious and altruistic by nature, to the point of fault, that his own kith and kin are neglected. And his tolerance, which is otherwise commendable, makes him easy pickings for organized alien parasites and agitprop from execrable minorities. He is unable to do what must be done whilst there is still time to do it, and then there is hell to pay and he pays it. That is the history of Western Civilization in a nutshell. If the White man fails in his role of world steward, at least the East Asians will have learned well and will make short work of Islam and Africans.
I don't think progress is inevitable but it should be. It demands human intervention, long-term planning, certainly not "the businessman's point-of-view" but something much more comprehensive. Only superstition and corruption holds us back. That is why I consider myself a Progressive, in an authentic sense. Authentic change for progress and not change for the sake of change. I don't think Enlightenment thinkers would disapprove. Capitalism and Christianity got Western Culture trapped onto a groove that is running out of vinyl and rapidly careening to the gutter of the proverbial phonographic disk. Instead a cutting a creative and original track and playing a nice tune to get there, we are scratching and thumping at 78 rpm and just waiting for the electric motor to burn up for good. It is probably too late for incremental change to effect systemic healing, but hopefully the die is not already miscast.
Btw, I am not a "Social Darwinian" but I do think that an evolutionary model--or an organic morphology, as Spengler would have called it--as applied to cultures and to complex civilizations is a useful paradigm.