Black Hundredism

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Black-Hundredism, also known as Black Hundred, is a culturally extreme right and economically variable ideology based on the Black Hundreds movement in early 20th century Russia. It was based on strong support for the House of Romanov and violently opposed any form of retreat from the autocratic rule of the Tsardom. It is also notable for its extremist views which were mainly composed of xenophobic and prejudiced beliefs such as its strong anti-Ukrainian rhetoric as well as anti-Semitic and anti-Masonic ideals.


The Black Hundreds were established as a movement following the Revolution of 1905. They were regarded as staunch Tsarist loyalists who mobilized opposition to any attempt at reform and acted as a loose bloc of pro-Tsar Russian nationalist and fiercely supremacist militias, helping him maintain power through brutally terrorizing and persecuting dissidents. The Black Hundreds were eventually dissolved following the February Revolution and most of their members fled after the Russian Civil War. Their legacy partially lived on in the Russian Fascist Party, which supported similar reactionary ultranationalist beliefs, combined with elements of Nazism, but had dropped the explicit support for monarchism. Black Hundredist thought influences modern Russian ultranationalist movements, such as Pamyat, and arguably even Putinist ideology.

Russian Imperial Movement/Vorobyevism

Russian Imperial Movement/Vorobyevism is based on the thoughts of Russian political figure Stanislav A. Vorobyev.

He was born in Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union on June 2nd 1960 but then in 1982, he graduated from the faculty of law at St. Petersburg State University (LSU) and in years later he was a supporter of the "All-Russian Party" of the "Monarchical Center".

In 2002, Stanislav A. Vorobyev founded the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) at St Petersberg, Russia but according to various data the movement was founded in 2005 but then in 2008, the "Imperial Legion" was formed by the movement as a paramilitary arm that was lead by Denis Gariev six years later as he called for young Orthodox men to dedicate themselves to defending Novorossiya while the paramilitary arm maintains two training facilities in the city but one of which is located south of Heinäsenmaa island called camp Partizan that runs urban warfare training, shooting training, tactical medicine, high-altitude training, military psychology & survival training and during that same year members of the movement visited Stockholm, Sweden in order to attend Karl XII's Memorial Day with a Neo-Nazi group called the "Party Of The Swedes" (SVP) lead by Stefan Jacobsson until 2015.

In 2011, the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) has joined with the "People's Militia Named After Minin And Pozharsky" (NOMP) lead by Vladimir Kvachkov until 2015 but then in July 2014 during the War In Donbas (2014-2022), the "Imperial Legion" began training while sending volunteers in support of unrecognized republics such as Donetsk or Lugansk even they participated in hostilities in the areas such as Slavyansk, Debaltseva & Mius but then sat down Nikishino and then certain members of the legion worked as mercenaries in the Middle East along with North Africa.

In 2015, it was noted that the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) provided support to the "Nordic Resistance Movement" (NRM) while Stanislav A. Vorobyev had visited the movement in Sweden but then he got a visit by the "Atomwaffen Division" lead by Brandon Russell while both groups adhere to James Mason's Accelerationism and according to an investigation which was conducted by an online newspaper called Infobae, a new cell of the "Atomwaffen Division" was created in Russia receives training from the movement as the citizens of the United States of America who are affiliated with the group are also believed to have taken part in it.

The "National Counterterrorism Center" (NCTC) with it's director Christopher Miller confirmed that American Neo-Nazis have had contacts with the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) specifically on previous occasions as they have travelled to Russia to train with the group while Miller described these connections as relatively loose or informal and Kaleb Cole who is the new leader of Atomwaffen Division allegedly was one of them who was trained by movement.

In May 2018, the "National Democratic Party of Germany" (NPD) lead by Frank Franz held a meeting in Riesa, Germany with related organizations such as "Serbian Action" along with "Bulgarian National Union - New Democracy" (BNU-ND) but the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) with its representatives are in this event and in November 9th 2019, Stanislav A. Vorobyev was invited by an Austrian Monarchist movement called the "Black-Yellow Alliance" lead by Nicole Fara to took part in the movement's congress in which was held in Vienna, Austria at the Parkhotel Schönbrunn a guest house for the palace of Franz Joseph I but then during the same month a representative of the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) held a speech in an international conference in Madrid, Spain that was organized by the far-right Spanish political parties such as "National Democracy" lead by Luis Mateos along with the "Alliance For Peace And Freedom" lead by Roberto Fiore.

In January 26th 2020, Anatoly Udodov who is a representative of the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) was arrested at the Stockholm Arlanda airport in Sweden after the "Swedish Police Authority" had discovered a cache of weapons belonging to him but then they confiscated numerous firearms from him the previous summer due to his connections to "Nordic Resistance Movement" (NRM) for being a representative of this group as well even he was a local recruiter for training camps in Russia and according to the police, Udodov is friends with a convicted terrorist named Viktor Melin who was part of a group of Swedish Neo-Nazis who went to Russia for military training with a upon returning was responsible for a string of bombings against minorities along with political enemies at a Leftist bookstore or an asylum centre.

The "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) has also provided paramilitary training to German, Polish & Finnish Neo-Nazis that have been recruited by Johan Bäckman & Janus Putkonen and they are aligned with the movement.

In January 30th 2020, it was reported that a member of the "Imperial Legion" named Vladimir Skopinov who had also previously fought in the War in Donbass (2014-2022) & the Syrian Civil War (2011-) died in the Second Libyan Civil War (2014-2022) but then the website of the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) has been found to be part of a broader cluster of websites for political groups in Russia that promote Monarchy & Orthodoxy while drawing inspiration from the Black Hundreds (1904-1917) but also the cluster has other 202 groups such as "For Faith and Fatherland" along with the modern revival of the "Union of the Russian People" lead by Vyacheslav Klykov.

In April 6th 2020, the "United States Department of State" (DOS) added the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) along with Stanislav A. Vorobyev, Denis V. Gariyev & Nikolay N. Trushchalov to the Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) list thereby making it the first White Supremacist group to be designated a terrorist organization related to Islamic Terrorism by the U.S State Department and "United States Department of Justice" included the movement’s website along with its print media are in the list of extremist materials but also the Representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova stated that the inclusion of "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) in the list of terrorist organizations is designed for external propaganda effect while does not contribute to the fight against terrorism.

In April 29th 2020, the "Spanish Ministry of the Interior" (MIR) received an intelligence report which stated that the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) was inciting its Right-Wing extremist contacts in Spain to commit acts of terror such as attacking the infrastructure & transportation system and using chemical weapons against the public.

In June 5th 2020, a German magazine called "Focus" reported that the German security services were aware of the training of German Neo-Nazis in Russia but they could not prohibit the Germans from traveling to the country for legal reasons while the authorities assume that President Vladimir Putin is aware of the camps tolerate it and the "International Centre for Counter-Terrorism" (ICCT) described the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) relationship with the Russian government as an adversarial symbiosis as long as they do not commit terrorism domestically as they are free to operate while offer training to militants even to send troops to conflicts abroad where Russia has a stake in the world.

In February 3rd 2021, the "Russian Imperial Movement" (RIM) was officially designated as a terrorist group in Canada and In 2022, the German government verified that members of the "National Democratic Party of Germany" (NPD) youth organization "Junge Nationalisten" along with the "Third Path" trained are in Russia while the representatives of the movement were involved in military operations during the Russian invasion of Ukraine with the "Imperial Legion" that has a approximate number is 4000 personnel-personal composition, 20 RSZO-Grad, 20 artillery M777.10 armoured personnel carriers, 5 T-74 tanks, 20 Sarmat units & 49 Dagger units even the legion was in Central African Republic Civil War (2012-2022).


Ukrainians and Belarusians were considered part of the Russian identity. This attracted support from individuals who rejected Ukrainian nationalism, particularly among those who identified as Russian "Moscowphiles." The Black Hundreds sought to suppress Ukrainian cultural awareness and closed down the local branch of the Ukrainian Prosvita society in Odessa, an organization dedicated to promoting literacy in the Ukrainian language. They criticized the White Russians for not sufficiently emphasizing monarchism as a fundamental ideological pillar in Russia, attributing this to the influence of Classical Liberals and Freemasons, whom they believed had weakened the movement through internal conflicts. The Black Hundreds perceived this as a Judeo-Masonic conspiracy aimed at undermining true Russia.

The Black Hundreds vehemently opposed democratic and social reforms, constitutionalism, and the autonomy of non-Russian groups, particularly Jews. They viewed Jews as a threat to the social, economic, and political fabric of Imperial Russia. Anyone challenging or opposing the monarchy was considered to be under the influence of a global Jewish conspiracy. On a religious level, they portrayed Jews as the embodiment of the antichrist and enemies of God. They even coined the term "Judeo-Communism," reminiscent of the later phrase "Judeo-Bolshevism" used by the Third Reich.

The Black Hundreds claimed that equal rights movements, such as the suffragettes, were inherently Jewish. They asserted that non-Jews would overthrow Russia's identity in the event of a revolution, while Jews would only benefit from it. They also accused Jews of creating usury and inflation in Russia to undermine the Tsar by fueling conflicts between the landlord and aristocrat classes and the peasants and workers. The Black Hundreds played a significant role in inciting anti-Jewish pogroms during the Tsarist era as a means to counter communism. Vladimir Lenin criticized the organization and denounced the Tsarist pogroms in his Collected Works.

The Black Hundreds had their own version of "blackshirts" known as the "yellow shirts," named after their bright yellow shirts symbolizing loyalty to the monarchy. These yellow shirts were deployed to suppress communist uprisings, drawing parallels to the later blackshirts in Italy and brownshirts in Germany, who adopted similar aesthetics and engaged in comparable actions. Some members of the Black Hundreds migrated to Germany and played a role in the formation of the Nazi party.


Black Hundredism is an archtypical dead-pan Russian who is a proffesional antisemite, practically inventing modern antisemitism and directly inspiring Nazism with the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. He absolutely loathes communists in every regard, seeing them as a jewish-masonic-satanic plot against Russia and Third Rome. May or may not be depicted as an alcoholic. Despite the antisemitism he is very fond of jews like Zhirinovsky, seeing him as the greatest modern Russian politician. Otherwise he has a disposition similar to Fourth Theory.

How to Draw

Flag of Black Hundredism
  1. Draw a ball with a black outline
  2. Separate it into three stripes
  3. Fill the top stripe with black
  4. Fill the middle stripe with yellow
  5. Fill the bottom stripe with white
  6. Draw a yellow circle in the middle
  7. Inside that circle, draw a smaller white circle
  8. Draw a black orthodox cross inside of the white circle
  9. Add the eyes and you're done
Color Name HEX RGB
Black #202020 32, 32, 32
Yellow #FFCE00 255, 206, 0
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255


Servants of Third Rome

  • Absolute Monarchism - Боже, Царя храни!
  • Authoritarian Conservatism - The natural practice of governance.
  • Corporatism - Class collaboration under a strong government? Blessed.
  • Reactionaryism - We must restore Mother Russia to her former glory! Down with Modernism, Bolshevism, and Progressivism!
  • Reactionary Modernism - Alexander III was the greatest of the Tsars, Stolypin and Witte were God-sent ministers, and Medvedev's antics speak for themselves. A modern Tsardom shal be our aesthetic.
  • Orthodox Theocracy - За Святую Русь!
  • Classical Conservatism - The way it shall be, my friend! Still too liberal and Angloid for my liking
  • National Conservatism - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, I wish your words were known to the whole world!
  • Monarcho-Fascism - Правосла́вие, самодержа́вие, наро́дность.
  • Great Russian Chauvinism - The malo- and byelo- are inferior to us.
  • All-Russian nation - This united Land of Russia shall never fall.
  • Clerical Fascism - As Ivan Ilyin said, you were a reaction of the noble elements of Western civilization to godless Bolshevism, and an expression of healthy national patriotic feeling.
  • Francoism - Good job saving Spain from the Zh*dobolshevik anarcho-tyranny and establishing a technocratic economy. I wish we had someone like you in our civil war. Though you should've been more picky about the new king...
  • Legionarism - My Romanian brother in Orthodoxy but I am genuinely shocked to say, you went farther than I thought possible. Remember, if a zhid converts they are fine more or less!
  • Rubbish Collection Association - How interesting. I have a Thai counterpart.
  • Zhirinovsky - You are the best Zh*d the Fatherland could ever ask for, ЛДПР! Великая Россия!


  • Putinism - Modern Russia is absolutely deplorable and degenerate, You should have listened to Zhirik! But, I really like the way this Putin guy handles things, even if he's a filthy republican.
  • Jingoism - Half of you are much like me, a lot more are Bolshevik sympathizers and... for some reason there's a significant amount who like both?
  • Mladorossism - The Zydobolsheviks will never accept you, face it. If only you understood their demonic ideology beyond the aesthetics!
  • Fourth Theory - Truly a Mixed Bag, on one hand you are socially reactionary support Christianity, Russian Imperialism, despise liberalism and such but you're not always a tsarist, you're still communist-leaning... Eh, good enough for now.
  • Nazism - You slaughtered so many Russians, but at least you killed a lot of them as well. And my followers provided you funding, training, and ideological basis in your early days. ЛЮДИ. Я ГИТЛЕР. Я ВЕРНУЛСЯ , ВАМ ВСЕМ ПИЗДЕЦ !
  • Taboriskyism - Zh*d, but at least he hates himself. Nabokov's dad deserved to die. He goes too far even for me in TNO.
  • Showa Statism - In many ways my Japanese counterpart that sheltered White exiles, like Rodzaevsky. But I won't forgive you for what happened in 1905. The Samurai shall not have Sakhalin!
  • Reactionary Socialism - Traditionalist, monarchist, good! Socialist... Heavens, NO! But I really like the Anti-Maidan movement.
  • Navalnyism - I think you were a grifter honestly, but your comments about Churkas and Hohols were rather funny back in the day.
  • Reactionary Liberalism - Liberalism likewise is horrible, you're much like Decembrists actually, so even if you're a reactionary... eugh
  • National Bolshevism - You're a literal Bolshevik but at least you support the Fatherland and hate Yeltsin, even more than I do. I know neither of us are happy about it but we tend to be on the same side in Russia.
  • Integralism - A Heterodox, but our views on the proper way of governance and life are pretty similar.
  • Paternalistic Conservatism - Too moderate, but your authoritarian version could be a good remedy to Russia's woes back in the Tsars' times.
  • Khomeinism - Filthy republicanism aside, he's pretty much my Shia Muslim counterpart. Actually, you are much better in cultural and religious matters than the Shah you dethroned. I only wish you were as tough on the Zh*ds at home as you are on them in Israel.
  • Saudi Royalism - I'd call you my Sunni Muslim counterpart if you weren't so chummy with Americans. MBS is a rather good fellow, though...
  • Hindutva - He follows the wrong faith, but his thoughts on government flow in the right direction.

The Enemies of God and Holy Rus

  • Hohols Malorussians and Byelorussians - You're part of the Russia Triune and I will preach triune Slavic unity anyway.
  • Black Nationalism - Not that kind of black hundred!
  • Kerensky - Eaten by the revolution you started, how deserving a fate.
  • Socialist Revolutionarism - You lost us the war.
  • Leninism - So, Zydo-Bolshevik, you destroyed russia and it took 100 years to recover to some semblance of normality. I take every opportunity I can to piss on your rusting statues that to my dismay still stand. Also you are a mushroom.
  • Trotskyism - Being both a hohol and Zydo-Bolshevik, it's safe to say you are one of the worst people here and make Stalin look better by comparison because he was the one to get rid of you.
  • Bundism - A pogrom upon you godless Zhidic nationless communists! At least Zionists want a country and don't want to leech off us!
  • State Atheism - You dare disrespect the Lord?!
  • Esoteric Socialism - Come on, fight me, coward! I will gut you like a fish, you masonic scum! You too are responsible for the ruin of Mother Russia, not only him!
  • Jewish Theocracy - "If you lack a devil in your home, invite in a Jew." "A Jew will say he was beaten, but will never say for what." "A leech will gorge itself and fall off, a Jew won’t." "A Jew boasts of things a gentile repents for." "The Jew cries out in pain as he strikes you." -Old Russian Proverbs. TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF YOUR WRETCHED ANTICS! TWO HUNDRED YEARS!
  • Liberalism - Another pest upon our holy land! And the Kadets are the worst of your lot! My only regret about killing Nabokov Sr. is that I couldn't whack Milyukov as well.
  • Yavlinskyism - Aren't you just a Neo-Kadet libtard?
  • Yeltsinism - I thought we had something good when the Bolsheviks fell, and then you showed your true colours the second after! You sold the Holy Rus to the Zhidic oligarchs, your reforms forced our noble people to resort to prostitution! Everything wrong in modern Russia is YOUR fault. My hatred for you is one of the few things I'll ever agree with them.
  • State Shinto - You turned the Tsar into a weeaboo with a cursed dragon tattoo!
  • Anarcho-Nihilism - Congratulations, you murdered the only Tsar sympathetic to you, now the noose awaits.
  • Constitutional Monarchism - No, the Tsar won't swear an oath of allegiance before some rabble! The people of Holy Rus need no piece of paper as long as they have the divine law to guide them.
  • Sternenkoism - A Hohol version of Navalny? Prepare to die!
  • National Democracy and Sanationism - The epitome of the haughty lyakhi. I may not like the USSR but the 1939 Partition was awesome.



Further Information


  • Sergei Nilus - The Great in the Small
  • Sergei Nilus - On the Bank of God's River
  • Sergei Nilus - The Power of God and the Weakness of Man
  • Konstantin Pobedonostsev - Reflections of a Russian Statesman
  • Ivan Ilyin - On the Resistance to Evil by Force
  • Ivan Ilyin - Our Tasks
  • Ivan Ilyin - Foundations of Christian Culture
  • Konstantin Leontiev - Byzantinism and Slavdom
  • John of Kronstadt - My Life in Christ

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