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Not to be confused with Racial Nationalism.

Ethnonationalism is the counterpart ideology to Civic Nationalism. Instead of believing that nationality is based on common shared institutions and values, it believes that it's shared by common ethnicity and views it as the primary pillar of citizenship.




Romania(Vampire Land)

Romania, a country in Eastern Europe, has had a long history of ethnonationalist ideologies. In the mid-20th century, an intense focus on the concept of a "Greater Romania" developed, aimed at uniting the different regions and peoples of the country through a shared nationality and identity. The idea of a Greater Romania was a powerful motivator for the unification of the Romanian Kingdom and Transylvanian regions, and has remained a significant element of Romania's national identity. Ethnonationalism has been a powerful and influential force in Romania's history, and its influence continues to be felt today. While it has often been framed as a tool for national unity and identity, ethnonationalism has also been associated with significant political and social tensions and conflicts. In recent years, the rise of globalism, multiculturalism, and economic austerity have challenged ethnonationalist ideologies and led to a resurgence of nationalistic, xenophobic, and anti-immigrant politics in Romania, as well as other parts of the world. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and diverse, the relevance and importance of ethnic self-awareness and nationalist identity has been brought into question. The concepts of a "Greater Romania" and Romanian ethonationalism have been challenged by the emergence of alternative political and social ideologies, including liberal cosmopolitanism, multicultural pluralism, and global citizenship. The future of nationalism, both in Romania and around the world, is likely to be shaped by the dynamics of globalism, migration, and the changing nature of national identity.


Main Article: Authoritarian Conservatism



Bosnia and Herzegovina

Main Article: Islamic Democracy (for Alija Izetbegovic)













Likud (The Consolidation) is a major party in Israel that has its roots in Ze'ev Jabotinsky's Revisionist Zionism, as well as in liberal and nationalist ideology. Immediately after the creation of Israel, the Herut (Freedom) party was founded, which was joined in 1961 by the Libralim organization (Liberals) in the Gahal electoral bloc, which was the main force of the opposition.

In economic policy, the party advocates for economic liberalism (as it is a traditional rival to the Labor Party), but also for a very pronounced nationalist rhetoric. On paper they advocate for free market capitalism, but in practise they have adopted a mixed economy.

In cultural policy, the party advocates both free enterprise and nationalism, but sometimes it compromises these ideals in practice because the support for populist economic programs does not meet these ideals. But it is designed to serve voters who are mostly nationalists, low-income and live in small towns and urban neighborhoods.

In more recent times, the party has shifted more towards populism.

Many former Likud MK's have founded splinter parties, such as Kadima (Forward) and New Hope.


Mahathir Mohamad: In 1981, Mahathir was sworn in as prime minister following the resignation of Hussein Onn. During Mahathir's first tenure as prime minister, Malaysia experienced a period of rapid modernization and economic growth, and his government initiated widespread industry privatization and a series of bold infrastructure projects. Mahathir was accused of several allegations, which are:

  • Dictatorship: He used the controversial Internal Security Act (now repealed) to detain activists, non-mainstream religious figures, and political opponents in Operation Lalang (1987) and later his Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, whom he fired in 1998. Mahathir's record of curbing civil liberties and his antagonism towards Western interests and economic policy made his relationships with Western nations difficult. He was also responsible for the eventual removal of the Lord President of the Supreme Court, Tun Salleh Abas, triggering the 1988 Constitutional Crisis.
  • Anti-Semitism: A strident critic of Israel, Mahathir has been accused of antisemitism since at least as far back as in The Malay Dilemma in which he wrote that "Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively". Apart from claiming that Jews control the international media, economy and "ruling the world by proxy" and getting "others to fight and die for them", besides disputing the number of Jews killed in The Holocaust.
  • Racism: Apart from his controversial statements on the Chinese and the Indian communities in his book The Malay Dilemma despite being of Indian-Muslim descent from Kerala, India, he further said of Najib; "a prime minister who came from 'Bugis pirates' is now leading Malaysia". He remarked, "go back to Sulawesi", which aroused discontent from the Bugis descendants in Malaysia and Indonesia who protested against him, including the royal members of Selangor and Johor.

After quitting UMNO for the second and last time due to his dissatisfaction with Najib Razak, Mahathir established a new party named "Malaysian United Indigenous Party" (PPBM) and co-operated with former parties from Pakatan Rakyat to form Pakatan Harapan, which the coalition won in the 14th General Elections in 2018. Despite being appointed as the Prime Minister of Malaysia for the second time, his views on ethnicity, Islam and Jews, remain unchanged.

In February 2020, developments commonly nicknamed the Sheraton Move (Malay: Langkah Sheraton) involved Parliament members from Barisan Nasional, Gabungan Parti Sarawak, Parti Islam Se-Malaysia and the "Cartel faction" led by Azmin Ali from Parti Keadilan Rakyat saw the ousting of the elected Pakatan Harapan government and the resignation of Mahathir, after 22 months in power. They were replaced with the Perikatan Nasional government under Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin. After being sacked from his own party months later, he later formed a new political party, named "Homeland Fighters' Party" (PEJUANG).




Ethnic Federalism

The Ethnic Federalism that preaches a Federalism with the federal units are defined according to the ethnicities, so that different ethnicities are concentrated in certain localities. Generally, Ethnic Federalism is implemented as a way of meeting ethnic demands, giving autonomy to certain ethnicities, avoiding interracial conflicts, reducing unequal treatment between ethnicities by the central government and establishing ethnic equality (in the case of Ethiopia), in addition to the development of culture in their homeland.

Even with good intentions, Ethnic Federalism carries some problems, such as problems when drawing the borders between units, difficulty in tracing ethnic identity and the implementation of the system, in which it can generate an increase in secessionism that generates an increase in state repression. , increased drafting within units, and ironically, increased interracial conflict. Examples of Ethnic Federalism are Ethiopia under Meles Zenawi, Bantustans in apartheid South Africa, post-independence Pakistan from East Pakistan (Bangladesh), Yugoslavia, present-day South Sudan and Nepal.


Ethno-nationalism should be stereotyped as an arch-typical balkan nationalist internet user.

How to Draw

Flag of Ethnonationalism

Ethno-nat is Civ-nat with black and white

  1. Draw a ball and fill it with a black, but not completely black color.
  2. Draw a white but not completely white flag on it (very light gray)
  3. Add the eyes, and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Black #202020 32, 32, 32
Very Light Grey #E1E1E1 225, 225, 225


Based Department

  • Ethnopluralism - Every ethnos a state? Eh, sure!
  • Nazism - I MADE YOU!
  • National Bolshevism - Best of the communists.
  • Hutu Power - Hutu nationalism is based.
  • Kahanism - Yup, it's good.
  • Ba'athism - Most based Arab, especially Saddam!
  • İttihadism and Turkish Idealism - TURKYE NO 1.!!!!
  • Rankovicism - Also a good communist. Milosevic was inspired by you for a good reason.
  • Indigenism - First come, first serve! (Wait, why are you mingling with outsiders... STOP IT!)
  • Ethnocacerism - Now that's more like it, American Indians who want to entirely kick out and genocide all the whites. Pretty based I must say.
  • Reactionary Liberalism - Henry de Lesquen, his Clock Crossroad gang, Japan LDP, and Peter Kauffman are based and redpilled.
  • Alt-Right - Ah yes... My fame on the internet... *Sips water from a paper cup*


  • Racial Nationalism - What you don't fathom is that race a state does not make, just because they appear to look like us, doesn't mean they're not filthy and impure degenerates.
  • Utilitarian Ethnonationalism - I don't know if you're actually going to do anything.
  • Pol Potism - I like the killing fields method, but you should limit yourself to mostly ethnic minorities not EVERYONE
  • Anarcho-Fascism - You want an ethnostate, but with no state? How exactly are you gonna do that, unorganised pogroms?!
  • National Anarchism - Same as above.
  • Cultural Nationalism - A nation's culture is defined not just by its traditions and customs, but also by the people themselves who created them in the first place.
  • National Liberalism - Brataniu was based but nowadays you're too cucked on ethnicity issues. Migrants and ethnic minorities NEVER integrate naturally, get that through your dense skull!
  • Totalitarianism - A tool for achieving our goals, otherwise... eh.


Further Information


Ethnonationalist Political Parties & Organisations



  1. [1], NST
  2. "Republics of Russia",
  3. "Regions of Ethiopia",