>Extended families (not the government) should provide welfare to their family members...
>This minimises fraud, inefficiency, big gov and welfare dependence.
>Nature layers and distributes things beautifully
this isn't true and my proof is that universally people have always tried to escape their family. if what you're saying is true, you need some theory of why we don't live in one big happy communal family. why did a group of people who were more related to each other than any modern family could be decide to run away and start fighting with each other? Where did alienation of the family come from?
The sensible answer is that the family was always alienating, that the same way your family can abuse you and lead to feuds, petty and justified, and some never speaking to others again, was there from the beginning. The only answers fascists have is a fantasy about how everything would be perfect if only it weren't for some outside intruder, whether it be a person or an idea, that came in and ruined it.