My observations and criticisms do not emanate from some petty desire to disparage neoreactionaries, but rather from the understanding that the challenges we face today require and demand spiritual action rather than political action.
Those who subscribe to the various tenets of neoreaction reject the primacy of the spiritual - more specifically, Christianity - and insist that the solutions to all worldly problems can be found exclusively through worldly mechanisms like politics, governance, law, economics, and all the rest of it.
The main trouble with neoreaction and other so-called "right" movements is their utter disregard of the reality of God and Creation, the reality of man as a spiritual being, and the reality of the development of consciousness.
Neoreaction's lazy indifference to or, in some cases, vehement opposition to the above-mentioned not only ensures it can never provide what is needed to successfully and meaningfully counter and resist the enslaving, deterministic, and objectifying forces of the given world, but also ensures that any unlikely "victory" it ever does manage to secure would only serve to exacerbate the slavery, determinism, and objectification it claims to oppose.
Of course, neoreaction or any other so-called "rightist" movement will never score any victories against the System because the System itself is in firm control of the "left-right" horizontal axis to which all secular "right-wingers" restrict themselves.
Neoreactionaries and other alt-rightists do not comprehend that the System's supremacy over the horizontal political axis is dominated by negative spiritual objectives. The forces behind the global totalitarian coup of 2020 are utilizing their tyranny of the horizontal (worldly) to prevent and deny any and all positive movements along the vertical (spiritual). By disregarding the primacy of the spiritual, neoreaction does little more than fortify and support the Establishment's negative spiritual objectives.
The forces driving the Establishment and the System wasted no time launching an intensive campaign to "change the world" immediately after the successful 2020 global totalitarian coup. Though the campaign presents itself as inherently "good" and proactive, it is fundamentally evil and destructive. It aims to obliterate the reality of God, destroy all vestiges of authentic Christianity, lock humanity into the lower realms of obedience or slavery consciousness, and impose worldly conditions that will actively push every person to willful self-damnation or despair.
Though the campaign is ultimately motivated by negative spiritual ends, the achievement of these negative spiritual ends is completely restricted to worldly means. Put another way, it can use nothing but the "given world" to restrict your consciousness and get at your soul.
I use the term "given world" to refer to the faux, enslaved world the System controls. The given world is essentially a prison in which individuals believe themselves to be determined almost exclusively by external forces. The given world denies the reality of God and the reality of man's spiritual nature. It is a purely horizontal world. Individuals who abide by the "laws" of the given world forfeit the spiritual resources needed to resist the imposed determinism of the System's objectified world. Within this "given world", people exist as objects and interact exclusively with other things.
Since neoreaction and other alt-right movements do not believe in the primacy of the spiritual, they are completely restricted by and can only respond to this "given world." The best solution neoreaction or other secular rightists could ever hope to provide is the substitution of one "given" world for another.
If the campaign against us is fundamentally evil and destructive, then our response must be fundamentally good and creative.
If the campaign against us is motivated by negative spiritual ends, we must respond by pursuing positive spiritual ends.
If they can only get at us through the means of the "given world", we must spiritually distance ourselves from the "given world" and rediscover the created cosmos of Divine Reality and use it to expand our consciousnesses and save our souls.
Thus, the way forward lies not in neoreaction but in neocreation*; that is, not in "reacting" to the slavery of the "given world", but in "co-creating" in the freedom of Divine Reality - in the "created cosmos" of God and Creation.
* H/T to Wm Jas Tychonievich for this specific term, which he drew from my anagrammatic tinkering with the terms reaction/creation. Wm also cited 2 Cor. 5:17 as an example of neocreation: "So if any one [be] in Christ, [there is] a new creation; the old things have passed away; behold all things have become new."
Note: I personally find the juxtaposition of Jesus's unconcern for the "given world" of His time and his deep concern for Divine Reality to be one of the most striking features of the Gospels, particularly the Fourth Gospel.