The Civil Right is about traditional culture and civility, and the social/political system that results from it.
When we speak of “the Right”, we speak of cultural matters rather than strictly political matters. Politics follows culture, and there is much overlap, but culture always precedes politics. Those who try to take a shortcut by changing politics without first changing the culture are certain to fail in the long term. Our focus here is on the traditionalist culture of the Right.
Our objective is to reach “The Middle” – those who do not strongly identify with the Left or the Right. We want to reach those who simply want a better life for their families and their descendants than the degenerate culture that has become the norm. The Middle is the default position for most people most of the time. Unfortunately, “most of the time” has gone, and the middle position is rapidly disappearing. The Civil Right is the logical next move for those who cherish their God, their family, their people, and traditional culture.
Western civilization is broken. It doesn’t just need a little tweaking over here and something patched up over there. It needs to be rebuilt as a complete restoration project. The Civil Right is focused on putting us back on the right path: to re-create the best of Western civilization while learning from the mistakes of the past.
Think of the Civil Right as Alt-Right for grownups. While that sounds condescending, it is not intended as such. It is a recognition that different levels of maturity bring different viewpoints and different priorities. In this case, it is the viewpoint of those who are focused on building strong families, building a society that supports a strong family structure, and using the hierarchy structure of the family as a pattern for the entire society.
The Civil Right is intended to complement the Alt-Right rather than being an alternative to the Alt-Right. Same goals – different approach.