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A Simple(ish) Introduction [Jan. 18th, 2005|09:30 pm]
Veritism - Back to Basics


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As the title implies, I'm going to try to keep this short'n'sweet. First of all, I'd like to thank those viewing this journal. I'd also like to give special thanks to those appreciating and even contributing the material we provide here.

This journal is for the development of the Veritist community and our principles. Any forward-thinker can be a Veritist. To be a Veritist, one must believe in progress - the betterment of ourselves, our kind and our living conditions. Veritism is flexible and transpolitical in that no specific policies are taken to be written-in-stone, only the understanding of what makes a good policy is irrevocably defined. One Veritist may hold specific political views which contrast sharply with those of another Veritist, but they will nonetheless push onward together, for our union is as diverse as it is simple, as strong as it is flowing.

We are the anthropological singularity; we are the developmental inevitability; we are the future; there is our way or no way. Excelsior!

Founder of the Veritist movement, Chairman of the Veritist Parties, Director of The Cause,
Scott J. Irving

From: (Anonymous)
2009-05-12 05:48 pm (UTC)


I am a Verretist also..agree completely. My last name is Verret and have espoused the same ideals,and I called it verretism.
Michael Verret
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