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It sees itself opposed to modern ideas like democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, and secularism.
I tried to give a more complete summary of its beliefs in Reactionary Philosophy In An Enormous, Planet Sized Nutshell.
Michael Anissimov writes: The present system has every incentive to portray itself as superior to all past systems.
Reactionaries point out this is not the case, and actually see present society in a state of severe decline, pointing to historically high levels of crime, suicide, government and household debt, increasing time preference, and low levels of civic participation and self-reported happiness as a few examples of a current cultural and historical crisis.