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Anti-Radicalism, also known as Anti-Extremism, is an ideology that's based around the belief that ideologies outside the Overton Window or movements that are ideologically distant from the status quo are harmful to society as a whole, and that political action or restrictive policies must be applied to stop them. It has variable beliefs, but typically adheres to liberal or neoliberal positions (since these function as the global status quo, and therefore the political center).


Anti-Radicalism argues that extreme and radical political change in a society that adopts an ideology with centrist characteristics as its dominant system (or one that remains within the Overton Window) is undesirable. He does not, however, defend the status quo unconditionally, since an ideology can be centrist and not be practiced (e.g. technoliberalism). His beliefs revolve around the absolute opposition to political extremes, equally condemning ideologies such as fascism, communism, anarchism (both anarcho-communism and anarcho-capitalism), etc.

Personality and Behaviour

Anti-Radicalism acts violently and often threatens radical and extremist ideologies with his knife. He despises Centrists that are indifferent to radical ideologies, and also enjoys spying on and infiltrating extremists. He hunts extremists with his knife, which has the ability to release a poison that makes one's ideology less extreme. Anti-Radicalism may also be portrayed with the usual centrist stereotypes.

How to Draw

Flag of Anti-Radicalism
  1. Draw a ball,
  2. Draw a circle in the middle with the color scheme of the political compass (Red (#FF6262) for AuthLeft, blue (#00B1FF) for AuthRight, yellow (#FFFF80) for LibRight and green (#00FF88) for LibLeft),
  3. Draw a red (#FF0000) cross out mark around this circle,
  4. Draw the eyes and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
AuthLeft Red #FF6262 255, 98, 98
AuthRight Blue #00B1FF 0, 177, 255
LibRight Yellow #FFFF80 255, 255, 128
LibLeft Green #00FF88 0, 255, 136
Red #FF0000 255, 0, 0



  • Centrists - Nice and moderate, as it should be.
  • Moderatism - My best friend, who is sometimes too moderate against r*dicals.
  • Horseshoe Centrism - I agree that there is no difference between r*dicals of opposing ideology.
  • Neoliberalism - Although I don't agree with you, but I can't argue against the status quo.
  • Liberalism - A good friend of mine, he is sometimes r*dical, but insists on being a "good" one.
  • Liberal Conservatism - Based.
  • Reformism - Nice! Revolutions are a breeding ground for r*dicals!
  • Dead Centrism - I will protect the pure middle from those r*ds.


  • Conservatism -Overall good, but your version of ultra-conservatism is cringe.
  • Radical Apoliticism - Shares disdain for r*dicals... but is also r*dical?
  • Anti-Authoritarianism - Hates half of the r*dicals, but endorses the other half too.
  • Anti-Fascism - Fascism is bad, but why so friendly with the far-left?
  • Anti-Communism - Communism is also bad, but why do you give a pass to the far-right?
  • Illiberal Democracy - So you're a r*dical most of the time...but preventing other r*dicals from taking control by banning their parties is admirable, to say the least.
  • Peronism - A friend of the guy above, but thank you for (almost) always humiliating those r*dicals in the elections.

Radical Extremists

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