Authoritarian Conservatism

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"Democracy, in effect, is no more than an aristocracy of orators"

Authoritarian Conservatism (AuthCon) is an authoritarian, culturally right-wing to far-right and economically variable (ranging from centre-left to right-wing) ideology. It believes in a society following traditional values enforced through the state and typically takes the form of an autocratic government built on conservative social values.


Authoritarian conservatism usually shows up as an aspect of other authoritarian ideologies, two prominent Authoritarian Conservatives would be António de Oliveira Salazar and Engelbert Dollfuss. Much of authoritarian conservatism appeared around the same time as Fascism, causing significant conflict between the two ideologies.


Main Article: Populism

  • Thomas Hobbes: Thomas Hobbes was british philosopher and author of "Leviathan". He thinks that humans left the state of nature, aka war of all against all. Hobbes supported absolute monarchy. WIP

Ottoman Empire

Abdul Hamid II was one of the longest-ruling sultan, ruling from 31 August 1876 – 27 April 1909. At the beginning of his reign, he proceeded over the creation of the first constitution which would reign until 1878 when he would centralize his rule into an absolute monarchy due to Young Turk interference. The Ottoman Empire also had great relations with Germany with Bismarck saying that 90% of the intelligence in Europe was owned by Abdul II. He was also anti-zionist, multiple zionists tried to buy Palestine from him but he refused saying that land cannot be bought it can only be conquered, and that selling land would be disgraceful to the soldier's sacrifice. He also banned Jews from praying, he also denied Jewish suffrage. He was overthrown in April by the young Turks stationed in Salonica Greece. Some consider him to be one of the first victims of Zionism for his refusal to transfer ownership of Palestine.


Main Articles: Kleptocracy and Fourth Theory

Nicholas II

  • Nicholas II was the last Tsar of the Russian Empire from the Romanov dynasty. Better known for building the Trans-Siberian Railway, agrarian reforms (especially under Pyotr Stolypin), monetary reforms, education reforms, production growth, etc.

Almost all the years of Nicholas II's reign were marked not only by economic growth and successful achievements, but also by various tragic events in Russian life, such as the death of many thousands of people due to crush during the coronation, as well as riots and uprisings in various cities. In addition, the Russian Empire lost the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 and then entered an extremely disadvantageous First World War, losing millions of people and complicating the situation in Russia, which led to the February Revolution of 1917.

In 1917, during the February Revolution due to anti-war discontent among the population, the Tsar abdicated the throne under pressure from the generals and senior government officials who believed that a new form of government would make Russia better and immediately lead to victory over the German Empire in World War I. After the abdication, Nicholas II and his family effectively became political prisoners and were under virtual house arrest.

In 1918, on the night of July 16 to 17, Nicholas II and his family were shot by the Bolsheviks in the basement of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg.

Russian White Movement

  • The White Movement (White Army, White Guard) is a Russian anti-communist movement that operated throughout the former territory of the Russian Empire in 1917-1923, with the main goal of overthrowing Soviet power.

After the October Revolution, many servicemen didn't want to put up with it, so they started an armed campaign.

Since the White Guards proclaimed the preservation of the old system in Russia (which implied recognition by the new authorities of the old credit obligations of the Russian Empire), it was actively supported by the leading Western countries (which actively lent to the economy of the Russian Empire in the last decades of its existence), including the British Empire, the United States, France, Japan and others.

Some of the leading leaders of the White Army were Alexander Kolchak, Anton Denikin, Pyotr Wrangel, Nikolai Yudenich, Anatoly Pepelyaev, Lavr Kornilov and others.

In the European part of Russia, the main hostilities involving the White movement took place in 1918-1919, and in some areas in 1920. After it became clear that the Whites could not win because of the constant lack of resources and the absence of a unified command, the Western interventionists began to retreat quickly, thus accelerating the rapid defeat of the depleted parts of the White Movement by the Bolsheviks. After 1921, anti-Soviet resistance survived only on the outskirts of the former Russian Empire, so in 1921-1923 continued active fighting in the Far East led by Pepelyaev.

With the formation of the USSR over time, the White Guards lost the civil war, after which many White generals either fled abroad or were shot by the Bolsheviks.

Those who managed to escape created their own organizations and dreamed of overthrowing the Bolsheviks. For example, Baron Wrangel created the ROVS, which still exists today. Others did not show any activity at all, but just lived their lives. For example, after his escape abroad, Denikin wrote only books and articles, but did not take any active actions.

When the Nazis came to power in Germany with Hitler, the latter hoped that he could recruit many former White Guards to his favor under the sweet promises of the return of the former united and indivisible Russia. Some of them, like Pyotr Krasnov, went to fight on the side of the Wehrmacht, but later all Hitler's plans failed, as well as the very idea of the former White generals and officers. Some White Guards on the contrary, like Denikin, supported their already Soviet homeland, and raised money to help the USSR. And in the end, the very idea of bringing back the former Russia came to naught.

Many Russians White Emigrants also strongly hoped that the USSR would not last long, would go bankrupt and disappear. However, their expectations failed - the Soviet Union ceased to exist only in 1991, and that by the hands of its party elite and "without a single shot", just when the party elite itself had finally decayed.

Vladimir Putin

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  • Vladimir Putin is the Russian leader, Russia's second-in-command and possibly permanent president. Putin is fervently known for his suppression of standard democratic practices and deference to other authoritarian/ totalitarian leaders. Under him, in addition to preserving traditional values and the Soviet legacy, corruption and theft have taken the lead and have become symbols of the Putin era.

The late 1990s saw the rise of the of future leader and dictator of Russia, Vladimir Putin. Within merely two years, 1997-1998, Vladimir Putin had become one of the most prominent politicians of the Russian Federation. On 25 July 1998, Yeltsin appointed Putin director of the Federal Security Service (FSB), the primary intelligence and security organization of the Russian Federation and the successor to the KGB. In 1998, he virtually privatized power in the country, ousting Boris Nemtsov and other liberals from all positions in the struggle for power. A year later Putin was appointed Acting Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation by President Yeltsin. By ingratiating himself with Russia's top leadership, Putin managed to gain the position of Director of the FSB, which gave him access to the voluminous archives of compromising evidence he used against Nemtsov, presumably Yeltsin's real successor, in order to oust him.

Vladimir Putin would reach wide international recognition for his actions during the Second Chechen War. In September 1999 a series of explosions that were attributed to the Chechen Mujahideen hit four apartment blocks in the Russian cities of Buynaksk, Moscow and Volgodonsk. The Russian Apartment Bombings gained the Russian government full public for a new full-scale war in Chechnya, which boosted the popularity of now Prime Minister Putin who took a leading role in the war.

Despite the tremendous damage caused by the Second Chechen War, it was clear at this point that Putin was one of Yeltsin’s most loyal followers and his eventual successor. On 31 December 1999, Yeltsin unexpectedly resigned and, according to the Constitution of Russia, Putin became Acting President of the Russian Federation and on the same day signed a presidential decree that shielded the former president and his family from prosecution for corruption charges. Throughout his first presidential term, engaged in a violent “power struggle” with the Russian oligarchs, eventually reaching a 'grand bargain' with them. This bargain allowed the oligarchs to maintain most of their powers, in exchange for their explicit support for and alignment with Putin's government. One notable Yeltsin-era oligarch who got the short end of the stick was Mikhail Khodorkovsky, former CEO of the oil company Yukos and possibly the richest man in Russia at the time. Khodorkovsky was arrested in 2003 by Russian authorities on charges of fraud and sentenced to nine years in prison. It is widely believed that Vladimir Putin personally embezzled the wealth acquired by Khodorkovsky and Yukos, possibly becoming one of the richest men in the world.

Initially, Vladimir Putin actively supported friendly relations with Western countries and even suggested that then-President Clinton consider Russia as a possible NATO member.

In 2008, he moved into the seat of prime minister for 4 years with all his powers, making Dmitry Medvedev the formal president.

In 2012 Putin returned to the presidency through another rigged presidential election, which understandably provoked a deterioration in relations with Western countries. The 2013 law that banned gay propaganda did not help matters. Already in 2014, after the Euromaidan, Russia occupied Crimea and Donbass, thereby starting a limited war with Ukraine, which markedly increased the deterioration of relations with the collective West. As a result of these events, Putin divided the ranks of opposition-minded Russians and thus, by sowing panic in the ranks of the enemy, was able to guarantee an extension of his rule for at least another 10 years.

In 2020, Putin adopted a new Constitution of the Russian Federation, further strengthening his power and the power of the oligarchs. According to the new constitution, the president's term was nullified.

In 2022, to solve the "Ukrainian question" , he launched a 'Special Military Operation' to 'denazify' Ukraine. For this reason, Russia's relations with the West deteriorated much more, and well-known multinational corporations and other Western brands left the Russian market. In 2023, the ICC issued an arrest warrant for him, due to being charged with deportation of underage Ukrainians.


  • Antanas Smetona - Antanas Smetona was the first president of Lithuania between 1919-1920 and 1926-1940 before it was occupied by the Soviet Union. He was one of the most important Lithuanian figures in World War I and World War II and was one of the early adopters of nationalism in Lithuania. He came to power in 1919, becoming the first president of Lithuania, after being chosen by the Lithuanian State Council, but in 1920, the Assembly chose Aleksandras Stulginskis and Smetona was not re-elected. He was arrested in 1923 for a few days for publishing an article but was released, becoming an assistant professor sometime later.

After overthrowing President Kazys Grinius in a 1926 coup d'état, he became president. As president, he suppressed parliament, later creating a constitution with much broader powers for the president, taking a dictatorial stance without parliament. He was extremely nationalistic, in which he banned Polish-speaking schools and also banned communist parties, claiming to be “non-Lithuanian force invading the country”, even though their leaders were Lithuanians. He took a hit after a farmers' strike, in which he repelled and arrested those who participated in the strike, but later support for the regime became dependent on farmers, so much so that he was cautious in industrialization and did not encourage foreign investment, but supported the sector. agricultural. His regime was the first to try the Nazis, in which he arrested 76 Nazi Hitlerites and executed 4, but had to hand over the Memel region to Nazi Germany, making his distaste for Hitler grow, appointing opponents to regain credibility. He left after the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, with the Soviet government's ultimatum, in which he proposed an armed revolt, but failed, leading a government-in-exile in Germany, stating that "I don't want to make Lithuania a Bolshevik country with my own hands".


Main Article: Khomeinism



Main Article: Metaxism

Metaxism is a Greek authoritarian, ultranationalist, and militaristic ideology. It was the ideology of Ioannis Metaxas, the ruler of Greece from 1936 to 1941. Metaxas believed in a corporatist economy, rejecting both capitalism and communism. Metaxas believed in a "Third Hellenic Civilization" and a a totalitarian society. Metaxas suspended the Greek parliament on August 4th, 1936, driving Greece into a dictatorship. Metaxas would rule until his death in 1941, which occured during the Italian invasion of Greece. The Nazis would invade Greece soon after, and what remained of the Metaxas regime was droven into exile.



Carl Schmitt was a Catholic philosopher of politics and jurist who was a major influence on political thought in places like China and Russia, and who also supported the Third Reich government after its formation. His most famous book was The Concept of the Political, other books include Political Theology and The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy.

The “political,” for Schmitt, was a concept distinct from politics in the normal definition of the term, and was based on the distinction between “friend” and “enemy.” The political exists wherever there exists an enemy, a group that is different and holds different interests, and where there is a possibility of conflict. This criterion includes both groups outside of the state as well as within the state, and both inter-state war as well as civil war are taken into account. A population can be unified and mobilized through a political act, in which an enemy is identified and battled.

Schmitt also defended the practice of dictatorship, which he distinguished from “tyranny.” He described dictatorship as a form of government that is established when a “state of exception” or emergency exists in which it is necessary to bypass slow parliamentary processes to defend the law. According to Schmitt, dictatorial power is present in any case in which a state or leader exercises power independently of the approval of majorities, regardless of whether or not this state is “democratic.” Sovereignty is the power to decide the state of exception, saying: “Sovereign is he who decides on the exception.”

Schmitt further criticized parliamentary or liberal democracy by arguing that the original basis of parliamentarianism — which held that the separation of powers and open and rational dialogue between parties would result in a well-functioning state — was negated by the reality of party politics, where party leaders, coalitions, and interest groups make decisions on policies without a discussion. Another argument made by Schmitt was that true democracy is not liberal democracy, where a plurality of groups are treated equally under a single state, but a unified, homogenous state in which leaders’ decisions express the will of the unified people. In Schmitt’s words, “Every actual democracy rests on the principle that not only are equals equal but unequal will not be treated equally. Democracy requires, therefore, first homogeneity and second – if the need arises elimination or eradication of heterogeneity.”


Main Article: Paternalistic Conservatism



Orbanism is an economically center to center-right, culturally right-wing, and strongly authoritarian ideology used to represent prime minister of hungary Viktor Orban.



  • Franjo Tuđman was the first president of post-Yugoslavia Croatia in 1990, he was also a member of the Yugoslav Partisans in World War II, he received his doctorate in history in 1965 and was arrested in 1972 for participating in the Croatian Spring movement. He lived anonymously until the end of communism, but began his political career in 1989, founding the Croatian Democratic Union and winning the 1990 elections.

As President of Croatia, he suppressed the Log Revolution, in which Jovan Rašković held a referendum on Serbian sovereignty and autonomy that Tuđman deemed illegal, sparking several armed conflicts in the region, especially in Knin. In 1991 he held an independence referendum which had 94% approval, declaring independence in June of the same year along with Slovenia, was celebrated with a military parade and was boycotted by Croatian Serbs. The Yugoslav government and ethnic Serbs had not accepted independence, which generated the Croatian War of Independence, in which Yugoslavia came to occupy Croatia, but failed and then the Serbian forces self-proclaimed the Krajina Republic of Serbia and had not been recognized. The Yugoslav government sent the Yugoslav People's Army to the Slovenian border with Italy, which resulted in the Ten Days War, delaying independence for 3 months. In the same year, he held several meetings with post-Yugoslav leaders such as Slobodan Milošević and Alija Izetbegović. Even though Croatia won the war in 1995, it had an economic recession of 21-25%, lost production, high number of deaths and refugees, damaged infrastructure, among others. He also participated in the Bosnian War, in which he, at first, had supported bosnian muslims, in which he sent soldiers, tanks and armaments, along with the foundation of Hrvatsko vijeće obrane (HVO, Croatian Defense Council), but then croatians started to fight against the bosniaks in order to annex Croat-majority territories. He also met with Milosevic in Karađorđevo in order go discuss the partition of Bosnia between Serbia and Croatia.

Other things like the president introduced a new constitution with political, economic and social reforms, removed communist and socialist symbols from Croatia and made several government officials who were Serbs or communists fired. There was also a lot of repression against ethnic Serbs and accusations of authoritarianism and glorification of Ustaše. In economics he had the Ministry of Privatization and the transition from a planned economy to a market economy and he had recoveries and economic growth. He also declared support for NATO and won the Zhukov Medal in 1996 for his Anti-Fascist struggle.

The United States

Main Articles: Neoconservatism and Paleoconservatism


DeSantism is based on the political beliefs of Florida Governor and 2024 Republican Presidential candidate Ron DeSantis. While running for Governor, DeSantis emphasized his support for Trump by running an ad in which DeSantis taught his children how to "build the wall" and say "Make America Great Again" and dressed one of his children in a red "Make America Great Again" jumper. Asked if he could name an issue where he disagreed with Trump, DeSantis did not identify one. DeSantis ran on a platform supporting Fiscal Conservatism and opposing sanctuary cities.

In February 2021, DeSantis announced his support for several election law restrictions. He called for eliminating ballot drop boxes and limiting voting by mail by requiring that voters re-register every year to vote by mail and that signatures on mail-in ballots "match the most recent signature on file" (rather than any of the voter's signatures in the Florida system). The changes to mail-in voting were notable given that Republicans had historically voted by mail more than Democrats, but Democrats outvoted Republicans by mail in 2020. DeSantis's signature match proposal could have led to rejections of his own mail-in ballots due to changes in his signature history over time; voting rights experts argued that the signature matching proposal could be used to disenfranchise voters whose signatures varied over time.

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, DeSantis resisted imposing restrictions such as face mask mandates, stay-at-home orders, and vaccination requirements. In May 2021, he signed into law a bill that prohibited businesses, schools, cruise ships, and government entities from requiring proof of vaccination.

In March 2022, DeSantis signed into law the Parental Rights in Education Act, called the "Don't Say Gay" law by its opponents, which prohibits instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity in public school classrooms from kindergarten to grade three. In response to The Walt Disney Company's opposition to the bill, and amid an ongoing feud between DeSantis and Disney, DeSantis suggested that the Florida legislature revoke Disney World's special self-governing privileges over its 25,000-acre (10,000-hectare) property—privileges granted to the company in 1967. On April 22, 2022, he signed a bill to dissolve the Reedy Creek Improvement Act, which allows Disney to self-govern its district, by June 2023.

Project 2025

Project 2025 is a plan to fundamentally change the United States government in a event of a Republican victory in the 2024 presidential election. The plan is written by the Heritage Foundation founder Kevin Roberts. The Heritage Foundation has influenced the policy of many other US presidents, most famously Ronald Regan. Other writers of the plan include Kiron Skinner, Charlie Kirk, and Ben Carson. The polices of the plan include:


Main Article: Tridemism




South Vietnam

  • Ngô Đình Diệm - Ngô Đình Diệm was appointed Prime Minister of the State of Vietnam in 1954 by former Emperor Bảo Đại. With help of his brother Ngô Đình Nhu he declared himself President of the newly created Republic of Vietnam or South Vietnam through a rigged referendum in 1955. Through a constitution written by a rubber-stamp legislature, Diệm achieved the power to create laws by decree and arbitrarily give himself emergency powers which he used to prosecute and execute political dissidents such as communists and even fellow nationalists. Diệm's regime was infamous for its preferential treatment of South Vietnam's Catholic minority which came at the expense of the country's Buddhist majority. Public servants and army officers had long been promoted on the basis of religious preference, and government contracts, US aid, business favors, and tax concessions were preferentially given to Catholics

Diệm's autocratic and despotic regime made it easy for the North Vietnamese communist government led by Hồ Chí Minh to infiltrate South Vietnam which they perceived to be a neocolonial puppet state and extension of US imperialism. In 1959 the Communist Party of Vietnam launched a people's war on the South to overthrow the US-backed capitalist government and create a unified Vietnam under communist rule.

Discontent with Diệm's rule peaked during the 1963 Buddhist Crisis and the increasing threat of the Viet Cong which had grown massively in numbers and popularity, which caused the US government of John F. Kennedy to lose faith in Diệm's leadership.

In November 1963, President Ngô Đình Diệm and the Personalist Labor Revolutionary Party of South Vietnam were deposed by a group of Army of the Republic of Vietnam officers who disagreed with his handling of both the Buddhist crisis and the Viet Cong threat to the regime.

  • Nguyễn Cao Kỳ and Nguyễn Văn Thiệu - Following the 1963 coup d'etat South Vietnam was ruled by a series of short-lived military juntas for 5 years, market by infighting and military coups until 1967. Nguyễn Cao Kỳ and Nguyễn Văn Thiệu were two ARVN officers who had participated in the 1963 coup against Diệm and were able to end the cycle of coups that followed the one caused by the Buddhist crisis. Nguyễn Cao Kỳ served as Prime Minister from 1965–to 1967 and Vice President under Nguyễn Văn Thiệu from 1967-1971.

In 1965, Kỳ told the journalist Brian Moynahan: "People ask me who my heroes are. I have only one: Hitler. " This controversial statement put him at odds with President Lyndon B. Johnson who denied to the American media that Kỳ had made the remark.

Nguyễn Văn Thiệu was the President of South Vietnam from 1967-1975 and was criticized for his corruption and for appointing loyalists rather than competent officers to lead ARVN units.

During the Lunar New Year of 1968, the communists launched the infamous Tet Offensive, a massive attack on the cities of Vietnam in an attempt to topple Thiệu and Ky's government. The Tet Offensive resulted in thousands of casualties and the displacement of thousands more.

After the signing of the Paris Peace Accords—which Thiệu opposed and the US withdrawal, South Vietnam resisted the communists for another two years until the communists' final push for victory with the 1975 spring offensive, which saw the South openly invaded by the entire North Vietnamese army. Both Thiệu and Ky fled the South before the Fall of Saigon and settled in the United States.


Main Article: White Nationalism





Main Article: Pinochetism





Authoritarian Conservatism is a mix of Authoritarianism and Conservatism. Authoritarian conservatives want to preserve traditional values by any means necessary, and so they believe in a strong government in order to truly protect family values.

Personality and Behaviour

When compared to his father, Authcon is much more openly homophobic, transphobic, etc and willing to use violence against progressives and sexual minorities, sometimes sending them to "horny jail". Generally hangs out with Reactionaryism, Salazarism and Francoism. Authcon's worst enemy is Queer Anarchism. He hates being referred to as a fascist, and will quickly correct anyone that does so.

How to Draw

Main/UK-inspired design

Flag of Authoritarian Conservatism
Flag of Authoritarian Conservatism (UK)
  1. Draw a ball
  2. Draw a light cyan inverted triangle in the center
  3. Fill the two sides with black
  4. (Optional) Within the cyan triangle, add a white squiggly tree
  5. Add the eyes and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Light Cyan #00B0EF 0, 176, 239
Black #141414 20, 20, 20

US-inspired design

Flag of Authoritarian Conservatism (USA)
  1. Draw a ball
  2. Draw a blue inverted triangle
  3. Draw three white stars stacked vertically in the inverted triangle
  4. Color the sides red
  5. Draw the eyes and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #3F48CC 63, 72, 204
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Red #ED1C24 237, 28, 36

Optional Props

  1. A baseball bat used for bonking people and sending them to horni jail (the one Cheems uses).


Guardians of Tradition

  • Conservatism - Dad!
  • Corporatism & Yellow Socialism - Class Collaboration inc.
  • Counter-Enlightenment - Based, and I particularly think we should revive your methods of dealing with criminals and degenerates.
  • Police Statism - Back the Blue!
  • Illiberal Democracy - The only good form of democracy.
  • Patriarchy - We both suppress rebelling women together. But seriously, stop confusing us two. We're not the same just because our flags look like each other.
  • Reactionaryism - A bit extreme but you help me a lot, especially with Franco and Salazar's regimes. Besides you basically support me every time I come to power.
  • Reactionary Liberalism - The only tolerable libtard.
  • Reactionary Modernism - The reign of Alexander III and the Qing Self-Strengthening Movement are among the best moments of the 19th century and a proof that economic growth and technical development don't need l*beral d*mocratic reforms to accompany them.
  • Technocracy - Many children of mine like Chiang Kai-shek and Franco are great friends with him and he helped to build their economies and made them successful.
  • Absolute Monarchism - The reason behind the prosperity of Saudi Arabia and Brunei along with all that oil, and the model Russia and China should eventually return to. Why rig elections, control and lock up the opposition when you could get rid of all that baloney together?
  • Black Hundredism - Based Tsarism and traditionalism.
  • Bismarckism - This man has all my respect.
  • Spenglerism - What Germany needed instead of that Austrian psychotic lowlife.
  • British Fascism - Your ideas would've saved the British Empire!
  • Carlism - The true legitimate kings of Spain! Franco should've restored your lineage to the throne instead of that l*beral sellout Juan Carlos.
  • Chiangism - My son in China/Taiwan, white terror wasn’t enough.
  • Francoism & Salazarism - My most successful sons.
  • Austrofascism - One of my son's other influences and a great one at that, at this point he's part of the family.
  • Ilminism - My Korean counterpart. I would've preferred it if South Korea didn't democratize seeing how based it was during the regimes of Syngman Rhee and Park Chung-hee respectively.
  • Metaxism - My Greek counterpart. Fate was too cruel towards you.
  • Apartheid - A.k.a. when South Africa was cool. However you shouldn't have allowed the whites to vote either.
  • National Capitalism - I tend to get along with you better than with regular Nazism for some reason, just ask Cao Ky, Videla or Tudman (probably due to him). Wagner's mutiny was most definitely an act of high treason, though.
  • Authoritarian Capitalism - Great economic system; Singapore is based.
  • Pinochetism - Ditto, though by now it appears you haven't dropped enough degenerates from your helicopter.
  • Neoreactionaryism - A weird terminally online nerd, but he also admires the two above.
  • Conservative Neoliberalism - Reagan and Thatcher even if democratic were quite based too.
  • Paternalistic Conservatism - While usually Democratic, Paternalism and Conservatism is still a great mix. PiS in Poland, in particular, is really based.
  • Authoritarian Conservative Socialism - The only tolerable leftist. Both Chiang Kai-shek and Park Chung-hee claimed to be you before going capitalist. Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua is especially based!
  • Fourth Theory - Neat ideas! Your idea of a multipolar world led by Russia to combat western l*beralism sounds awesome! The l*beral West must fall and the East shall rise.
  • Khomeinism - Pahlavi had it coming for letting 'em females run around in short skirts! Also, amazing job not letting those cringe Moderates run in your elections anymore, every country should follow suit.
  • Integralism - My Iberian sons gladly provided him a hand in a time of need. Too religious for me though, besides he can't grasp that many of my followers aren't Catholic or even Christian.
  • Puritan Theocracy - While you revolted against your king, your rebellion was about the only one in the West that had a legitimate reason and brought about an objectively better government. The more I think of it, the more I come to believe Britain would have been much better off hath it remained under the Protectorate.
  • Kahanism - My favorite variant of Zionism!
  • Modism - A bit too soft but you have potential and are going in the right direction, especially in Jammu and Kashmir.


  • Fascism - While I like how you uphold the Traditional values of your Nation and how you deal with political enemies, your more Modernist aspects are suspicious. And don't forget how you went against my Greek follower. I still support you over communists no matter what.
  • Nazism - I will never forgive you for the death of Engelbert Dollfuss. Most of my followers hate you but at least Carl Schmitt was a member of your party and Paul von Hindenburg and Franz von Papen enabled your rise to power.
  • Clerical Fascism & Monarcho-Fascism - The best forms of fascism but you are too extreme.
  • İttihadism - Too modernist and I don't like how you got rid of Abdulhamid II, but you still cared for your nation's traditions. Also, based for opposing Ataturk later on.
  • White Nationalism - You don't get along well with my non-western followers but at least we both agree that South Africa and Zimbabwe were better off under Apartheid and as Rhodesia respectively.
  • Imperialism - The Spanish, Portuguese and German Colonial Empires were awesome and The Russian Empire and the Ancient Chinese Dynasties should be restored. However, the British, French and now the US Empire continues to spread l*beral d*mcrocacy and must therefore be destroyed!
  • British Imperialism - Once you were the beacon of western civilization but unfortunately you're also the main reason why most countries consider themselves d*mocracies. Also, Churchill should've followed in Chamberlain's footsteps to support Nazi Germany against the USSR not the other way around.
  • Isolationism - Tokugawa Japan was pretty based, but sometimes you are just an annoyance. I mean, how can you object to Prussia unifying German lands or Russia reclaiming its lost territories? Though I wish that the US, for once, reverted to you until they cleanse themselves of this filth...
  • Semi-Constitutional Monarchism - Better than your fully constitutional sibling (as Germany can attest to), but don't forget every small concession to l*berals is a seed of your own undoing.
  • Stratocracy - Most of the time he supports me. We work well together in Myanmar and Thailand, and the Russian White Movement was generally based. Chiang, Park, Horthy, Metaxas, Primo de Rivera and Franco all were great men as well, Evren was about the only worthy Turkish leader between Abdulhamid and Erdogan. But the Decembrist mutiny and the Carnation Revolution were frankly terrible, and Sankara really sucked.
  • Alt-Lite - The Proud Boys are very based American patriots, especially the FBI informant Enrique Tarrio. However, many of you are degenerates who complain about "muh freeze peach".
  • Alt-Right - Likes me even more than his moderate brother, but get of the internet and overthrow the l*beral establishment and save western civilization from itself.
  • Anarcho-Conservatism - Look, we can't reliably ensure tradition without a state, if we don't, someone will.
  • Bonapartism and Caesarism - Too progressive for your time but you serve as a good role model for my modern followers, especially republican ones.
  • Classical Conservatism - Your cultural standings are commendable, but you're too moderate. Carlyle was pretty based, though.
  • Conservative Feminism - The least bad feminist, though even that is often still too progressive for my liking. At least Marine Le Pen is (so far) friendly enough...
  • Gaullism - You shouldn't have pulled out of Algeria, and you should've cracked down all the way on those insolent students in May '68.
  • Hayekism - Although we have our differences, he gave me good advice on economics.
  • Ordo-Liberalism - Freiburgers gave me some economic advice as well. Not too bad, but too liberal.
  • Korwinism - HOW. CAN. YOU. HELP. SPREAD. TRADITION. WITHOUT. A. STA- Wait... you hate d*mocracy? You also like Pinochet AND support the death penalty? Curious...
  • Liberal Conservatism - In most cases we disagree but the Republican Establishment supported my regimes since Cold War to present day. They even used to like Putin, but now most of them don't anymore... for some reason (at least openly). Berlusconi was also good enough as a quasi-authoritarian Putin fan.
  • Manosphere - Some good takes on combatting f*minists but do calm down.
  • Monarcho-Capitalism - The Gulf monarchies are generally great, and Bhumibol kept Thailand on the right track. And of course I still wish the most blessed Russian PM would have lived for another decade or two. On the other hand, Pahlavi was a disgrace for the US Cold War camp and the Islamic Revolution was absolutely justified to stop him from destroying Iranian culture with woke women's rights and secularism, nevermind that some of my variants are secular conservative feminists.
  • National Conservatism - Focus less on the nation and more on the state. And please don't go after conservative anti-nationalists , conservative globalization can be good.
  • National Liberalism - You're a libtard, and the Springtime of Nations was a collective act of high treason, but we have the same enemies and our economics tend to be similar, and Anders Lange was a staunch supporter of Apartheid South Africa and Rhodesia. Though your Russian and especially Taiwanese followers are cringe.
  • Neoconservatism - For some, you were a useful ally against communism during the Cold War in regions like Latin America and East Asia. But since the end of the Cold War you've betrayed almost all of my followers by funding color revolutions turning South Korea, Taiwan, Spain, Portugal, Chile, South Africa etc. into cucked l'beral d*mcracies even though they were perfect under military dictatorship and minority rule. May Russia and Iran destroy you.
  • Neoliberalism - Stop pretending to be progressive. At least we both love Pinochet and Fujimori.
  • Paleoconservatism - We agree on that US should make peace with Russia and Iran but sending troops to Korea and Vietnam was justified during the Cold War.
  • Libertarian Conservatism - Your social conservative views are great, but the state needs to have more authority. At least Friedman supported Pinochet.
  • Right-Wing Populism - Although I despise populism, people like Orbán and Erdoğan have become me.
  • Jacksonian Democracy - Almost getting it!
  • Wilsonianism - Thanks for your support for the Russian Whites during the Russian Civil War but I won't forgive you for destroying the German Empire and Women's Suffrage!
  • Rockefeller Republicanism - Way too moderate but thanks for aiding the creation of South Vietnam, signing the Pact of Madrid and your hardline anti-communist stance during the Cold War. But why support Pahlavi?
  • Nixonism and Kissingerism - War on drugs and overthrowing Allende was based but abandoning South Vietnam to the Viet Cong and betraying the ROC in favor of cooperating with Mao wasn't. You're proof that the US was never a trustworthy ally.
  • Trumpism - I wished you caused an actual riot...
  • Jihadism - Taliban and Hamas are based, but this guy is too extreme for me.
  • Batistaism - You claimed to be a Conservative yet you had teamed with the commies even if you did kick them out later. And you kinda deserved to be overthrown for allowing g*y bars, drugs and nightclubs, though I wish someone other than Castro did that.
  • Yeltsinism - A drunk degenerate but thanks for finishing off the USSR and paving the way for Putin to consolidate power.
  • Zionism - You're very controversial among my followers, and being the "Only d*mocracy in the Middle East" is nothing to be proud of but hey, Kahane and Bibi have the right ideas.
  • Bibism - I feared you'd stay a moderate l*btard but you turned out pretty based after all. But stop attacking Iran.
  • Reactionary Socialism - Too left-leaning economically but thanks for the support in Austria and Russia nonetheless.
  • Social Authoritarianism - Almost me when I'm more welfarist and regulationist. Lukashenko and Thanarat are based, but some of you like Kemal and Thaksin are culturally left so….
  • Tridemism - You destroyed the Qing Dynasty throwing China into anarchy for the sake of western l*beral d*mocratic ideas neither China or any other country with self-respect should embrace. However, Chiang Kai-shek was mega based with his white terror, New Life Movement, and Chinese Cultural Renaissance Movement in Taiwan, though.