Occult political theory sees the phenomena of the hidden rather in the manner that the Greeks viewed their gods: the gods were indifferent and impersonal, performing their functions as was needed, governing the order of the world without direct interference. Occult political theory, seeing even laws as contingencies, treats memes, currents and forces, not as synonymous with the various cabals and coos which embody them and carry them out, but rather, as metaphysical realities which will diminish when their time is due and perhaps rise again in a new form one day.
Does one combat such an understanding of the world or does one accept it? It depends entirely on what these terms mean. The best form of combat may be accepting it, while to combat it may be simply a way of validating it. There are those who are swept up in the activity that comes with these forces-those involved in cabals and coos. On the other hand, there are simply everyday people, objects in a top-down regulated structural force without being much aware of it. In any event, the only thing to really do is to accumulate a higher degree of awareness. Does one ride this or that current or denounce it all? The answer to this question can only be arrived at through one's apprehension of one's path and its position within the world.
One can only begin to ascertain the nature of occult politics when one understands that it is merely one inevitably hidden domain of life among many.