As Christians first, and reactionaries second, there is only room for one single, organising, inflexible reactionary political principle.
The Christian society is one organised-around the salvation of souls, or at least that is its ideal.
(Therefore, the Christian society is fundamentally different from the society we have.)
For Christian Reactionaries, political arrangements should be subordinated to retaining and growing the strength and possibility of Christianity.
Of course this does not at all mean that Christianity is the only important matter, since life cannot be divided and humans are corrupt, and almost all humans live 'in the world'.
It does not mean that The State/ Church should use 'compulsion' to engineer salvation. That makes no sense - the means must be the same as the end, and the end is that Christian salvation must be chosen, or not chosen.
(That is the necessity of Hell in the divine plan: because souls must be free to reject Christian salvation. This is perfectly explicit, and applies to angelic spirits as well as Men.)
Christianity is based on choice, on will; and the political principle must therefore also be based on choice, on will - that is on human attributes.
A Christian politics is necessarily a politics of individual choice - necessarily not (fundamentally) a system.
For the Reactionary Christian, civilisation must be fundamentally a thing of Man, of individual Men; therefore not of laws, rules, organisations, procedures, committees, votes, parliaments, panels, peer reviewing, nor democracy, nor mass movements, nor pressure groups...
Insofar as these things are necessary to civilisation, and they are, they must never be considered fundamental.
There is therefore no point, it is indeed counter-productive, to create blueprints for utopia for the perfect society that is Christian and much more.
Matters are too far gone, knowledge is too limited, that goal is too remote.
If we fight the battle on too many fronts, it will certainly be lost.
On the other hand, we must try to avoid being out-flanked - however this may not be possible with small forces.
The result may resemble a siege.
We cannot save everything, we must decide what it is vital to salvage.
In my opinion, when the nations and civilisations as a whole are anti-Christian then we probably, very probably, cannot save the current nation states and we cannot save our civilisation for the simple reason that Men are choosing not to save them.
There is no shortcut to the other side of salvation: we cannot make men want Good and then save them: salvation must come first: and repentance must precede salvation.
Societies have personalities (which are not the same, are the antithesis of, the results of votes and surveys and markets).
Modern Western societies must, as personalities, first acknowledge their sins (sin being the state of turned-away from God), and the cause of their sins; must take responsibility, repent, call for Divine aid.
This must come first, and it is pointless, no it is a dangerous delusion, to try and improve society without this; because it could be done only by coercion or trickery, and any apparent progress would swiftly be turned to its own undoing (since the apparent Good would in reality have come from the implementation of Bad intentions).
(contra Adam Smith, good results cannot ultimately comes from bad motivations but only briefly and delusively as a temptation; since over time bad motivations will thoroughly corrupt any well-intentioned system. Surely that is obvious by now? Isn't that precisely what we are experiencing?).
Thus the necessity for aiming fist-and-foremost at a state and practice of clear rejection of the world, and a humble acceptance of whatever consequences ensue.
(What possible inducement could people have to do this? - it might be asked. The answer is precisely the need for the conception of the wholeness of Christianity, that perceives the world as full or living intelligences ('angels') and life as Spiritual Warfare. From this perspective, suddenly, we are inside life and life is real with purpose and direction. This would be an infinite compensation for loss of worldly goods - if only we could hold to it; which we cannot, by our own efforts.)
Of course, as fallen Men, resolve will (almost certainly) fail, repeatedly; and need to be renewed; but ultimates outcomes are (as always) in the hand of Providence - and need not concern us.
As always, to a (simple) man of discernment, things are absolutely simple, what we need to do is absolutely simple.
And that state of simplicity and discernment is what needs to be striven for.