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"Anyone who will say that religion is separate from politics is a fool; he does not know Islam or politics."

Khomeinism is a republican, fundamentalist variant of Shia Theocracy. It seeks to revolt and establish sharia law. It derives itself from Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, leader of Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. It is culturally right-wing to far-right and economically center-left or third positionist.[Note 2] Notably, it is the governing ideology of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the ideology of the militant Lebanese political party Hezbollah.



Ruhollah Khomeini was a prominent Shia Muslim religious leader and scholar in Iran. Born on September 24, 1902, in Khomeyn, Iran. Khomeini received a traditional Islamic education and studied under renowned religious scholars of his time.

In 1963, Khomeini delivered a series of fiery sermons denouncing the Shah and his regime. The regime responded by imprisoning Khomeini, which led to widespread protests and demonstrations in support of his release. Khomeini's imprisonment and subsequent exile to Iraq and later France further elevated his status as a symbol of resistance against the Shah's rule.

Islamic Revolution (1978-1979)

Demonstrators at the Azadi Square during the Iranian Revolution

The Islamic Revolution, also known as the Iranian Revolution, was a culmination of widespread discontent with the rule of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, who was seen as a pro-Western and authoritarian ruler. The opposition to the Shah's rule came from various segments of society, including religious leaders, intellectuals, students, and leftist groups.

On September 8 1978, thousands of protesters took to the streets of Tehran to demand political reforms, including an end to the authoritarian rule of the Shah and the establishment of a democratic government. The protests were met with violent repression by the Shah's security forces and the SAVAK.

The security forces fired on the demonstrators, resulting in a significant number of casualties. The exact number of deaths and injuries remains disputed, with estimates ranging from several hundred to over a thousand people killed. The violent crackdown on "Bloody Friday" shocked the Iranian population and further fueled the momentum of the revolution. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, a Shia cleric at the time, emerged as the spiritual and political leader of the revolution. He vehemently opposed the Shah's regime, calling for its overthrow and the establishment of an Islamic government.

The revolution was characterized by massive street protests and demonstrations across Iran. On January 16, 1979, the Shah left the country, paving the way for Khomeini's return from exile.

After the Shah's departure, a referendum was held, in which Iranians voted overwhelmingly in favor of turning Iran into an Islamic Republic. On April 1, 1979, Iran officially became an Islamic Republic, with Ayatollah Khomeini as its Supreme Leader.

Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988)

Following the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Iran-Iraq relations dropped to a new low as the new Iranian regime’s Shia Theocracy stood in contrast to Saddam’s Sunni dominated Ba’athist dictatorship that suppressed Shia clerics. There were frequent clashes along the Iran–Iraq border throughout 1980, with Iraq publicly complaining of at least 544 incidents and Iran citing at least 797 violations of its border and airspace.

Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini openly called on Iraqis to overthrow the Ba'ath government with the intent of spreading the Islamic Revolution throughout the Middle East. Iran supported a government in exile for Iraq, the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, and recruited POWs, Shias, Kurds, and other dissidents that had been oppressed under Saddam’s regime.

Iraq launched a full-scale invasion of Iran on 22 September 1980. The Iran-Iraq War quickly became a subject of foreign interest groups and the world’s leading nations who sought to ensure that neither Iran nor Iraq would get the upper hand in the war. Iran's three main suppliers of weaponry during the war were China, Syria and Libya.

The Iran–Iraq War was the deadliest conventional war ever fought between regular armies of developing countries with a total of over a million casualties on both sides. The war also led to the massive destruction of critical infrastructure and severe economic loss for both sides.

Iran-Contra affair

In the early 1980s, the Reagan administration sought to support anti-communist rebels known as Contras, who were fighting the socialist Sandinista government in Nicaragua. However, U.S. Congress had imposed a ban on direct military aid to the Contras due to concerns about human rights abuses.

In 1985, in an effort to secure the release of American hostages held by Hezbollah in Lebanon, members of the Reagan administration initiated a covert operation to sell arms to Iran. The proceeds from the arms sales to Iran were then covertly funneled to support the Contras in Nicaragua. Israel would act as intermediary in the negotiations. From 1985 to 1986 Israel delivered thousands of anti-tank and hundreds of surface-to-air missiles to Iran. Panama's dictator Noriega also helped coordinate the logistics of transporting the arms and ensuring their delivery to the Contras. In return for his cooperation, Noriega was believed to have received financial rewards and favors from the Reagan administration.

In November 1986, the Iran-Contra Affair was exposed when the Lebanese newspaper Al-Shiraa reported on the arms sales to Iran. U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese confirmed the existence of the covert operation and the diversion of funds to the Contras.

Presidency of Mohammad-Ali Rajai (1981)

Rajai's political program was based on a kind of constitution that relied on the values ​​of revolutionary Islam. He affirmed that the rulers should be loyal to Islamic and revolutionary values ​​and support the poor and deprived. He respected people's freedom as long as it did not conflict with Islamic law, and during his rule, he tried to create a coherent government. His goal was to help deprived areas and make welfare, education and health issues available to the poor and deprived sections of Iran.

Presidency of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani (1989-1997)

Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani alongside Supreme Leader Khomeini

Hashemi Rafsanjani served as the President of Iran from 1989 to 1997. During his presidency, Hashemi Rafsanjani adopted policies (primarly economic) and supported a privatization policy, which were opposed to the economic trends of the state that dominated most of the Islamic Republic; the sources of the government call him economically liberal, civilly authoritarian and statist, and philosophically traditional and culturally conservative.

He tried to limit the powers of revolutionary and ultra-conservatives, but he almost didn't succeed, but perhaps this caused the culturally changing spectrum of reformists to be voted in and come to power.

In general, some sources describe him as a practical Islamic conservative. And that some conservatives and revolutionaries and some reformers have accused him of corruption, and some Islamic liberal conservatives and right-wing economic reformers have defended him.

But these opinions have nothing to do with Hashemi Rafsanjani after his presidency, and in some opinions they have differed in terms of time. For this reason, he is called a pragmatist and culturally, he has turned from conservatism to moderate conservatism.

Presidency of Mohammad Khatami (1997-2005)

Mohammad Khatami served as the President of Iran from 1997 to 2005. His presidency marked a period of relative political and social reform in Iran, often referred to as the "Reformist Era". Khatami aimed to promote a more open and tolerant society while seeking political and cultural reforms within the framework of the Islamic Republic.

His emphasis on dialogue, civil liberties, and cultural opening had a significant impact on Iranian society, although his reformist agenda faced challenges and limitations.

He can be called one of Islamic Social Liberalism, but now he may no longer have a social orientation.

Presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (2005-2013)

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was the President of Iran from 2005 to 2013. During his presidency, he pursued a number of controversial policies that had significant implications for both domestic and foreign affairs.

One of the most controversial policies pursued by Ahmadinejad was the expansion of Iran's nuclear program. Despite concerns from the international community about the potential for Iran to develop nuclear weapons, Ahmadinejad's government continued to pursue the enrichment of uranium and other activities related to the nuclear program. This led to increased tensions with the United States and other countries, and ultimately to the implementation of economic sanctions against Iran.

He is a National Conservative and supporter of State Capitalism.

Presidency of Hassan Rouhani (2013-2021)

Hassan Rouhani served as the President of Iran from 2013 to 2021. He is known for his more moderate stance on domestic and foreign policy issues, and worked during his presidency to improve relations with other countries and to address economic challenges facing Iran.

Rouhani's presidency was marked by efforts to improve relations with the international community and to address the economic challenges facing Iran. One of the key achievements of his presidency was the negotiation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran nuclear deal, which was signed in 2015. The JCPOA was a major international agreement that lifted economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for limits on its nuclear program, and it was seen as a significant diplomatic accomplishment for Rouhani's administration.

Despite these efforts, Rouhani's presidency was also marked by challenges and controversies. He faced criticism from hardliners within Iran who viewed his policies as too conciliatory towards the West, and he faced resistance from certain factions within the government that have opposed his efforts to reform certain aspects of Iranian society.

Overall, the presidency of Hassan Rouhani was marked by a more moderate approach to domestic and foreign policy, and by efforts to address the economic challenges facing Iran. His presidency has also been shaped by the ideological legacy of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, which has had a significant influence on the political landscape of Iran.

He is a Liberal Islamic Conservative and is ostensibly anti-populist.

Presidency of Ebrahim Raisi (2021-)

Ebrahim Raisi is the current President of Iran, having served since 2021. Raisi is part of the Principlist political group, also known as hardliners by western media. He also has a background in the judiciary and has been involved in the prosecution of political dissidents and human rights activists in Iran. Ebrahim Raisi faced a lot of media attacks from Iran's liberals and capitalist conservatives, but the revolutionary stratum supported him, he is very diligent in attracting the poor stratum, and recently he provided free medical expenses for the 1st to 3rd deciles. In general, he is a Paternalistic Conservative and has increased welfare spending.

Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC)

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, also referred to as Pasdaran or Sepah, was established by Khomeini in the aftermath of the Islamic Revolution to act as the "Ideological" armed forces of the newly established Islamic Republic.

The IRGC operates 5 different branches: Ground forces; Navy; Air force; Intelligence and Special forces. It also controls the Basij, a militia composed of volunteers and the Quds Force, that provides assistance and training to various militant organizations around the world. The IRGC is also a major force when it comes to controlling Iran's economy, owning more than 15% of the entire country's GDP.


Velayat-e Faqih

Khomeinism is a radical ideology rooted in Twelver Shia Islam, which integrates religious principles with governance. Central to Khomeinism is the concept of Velayat-e Faqih, wherein a learned Islamic jurist is endowed with the role of supreme leader, possessing ultimate authority over both religious and political matters of the state. This concept originated from Political Mahdism, viewing the Supreme Jurist (Faqih) as a divine deputy for Muhammad al-Mahdi, hence granting him divine Guardianship (Velayat) over the nation.


Khomeini's populism was deeply intertwined with Islamic principles. He positioned himself as a champion of the people's faith, presenting the revolution as a religious duty and framing the struggle against the Shah's regime as a battle between good and evil. By presenting the revolution as a movement for the opressed against the opressors and promising to address their grievances, he gained substantial support from various socio-economic groups. This religious populism helped mobilize a significant portion of the Iranian population.

Islamic Resistance

Khomeinism promotes the idea of resistance against foreign domination and imperialism. It views the United States and its allies, particularly Israel, as adversaries and calls for the protection of Iranian sovereignty and independence from Western influences. In recent years, Iran has formed a significant sphere of influence in the Middle East, ranging from Lebanon to Yemen. It's so-called "Axis of Resistance" includes Hamas, the Houthis, multiple Iraqi militias and other armed groups that pledge their allegiance to Iran's supreme leader.

Social Justice

Khomeinism emphasizes the principles of social justice, economic redistribution, and equality. It calls for the provision of basic needs and welfare for all members of society, with a focus on addressing poverty and inequality. Khomeini viewed poverty, inequality, and exploitation as injustices that needed to be dwindled through government intervention and policies grounded in Islamic ethics.

Exporting the Revolution

"We shall export our revolution to the whole world. Establishing the Islamic state world-wide belong to the great goals of the revolution."


Exporting the Revolution in Khomeinism refers to the belief that the ideals and principles of the Islamic Revolution in Iran should extend beyond the country's borders. Khomeini and his followers believed that the Islamic Revolution's success in Iran could inspire and mobilize Muslims worldwide to challenge oppressive governments, resist Western influence, and establish Islamic governments based on Sharia law.

Khomeini believed that following the revolution, Iran had become the new Mecca, the leader of the Islamic community or Ummah, the Umm al-Qura (the core nation of the Islamic world). This theory serves until this day as the main doctrine of Iran's foreign policy. Despite Iran's claims of fighting Imperialism, this policy has caused many countries to accuse Iran of being a imperialist regional power.

Iran refers to its military personnel working abroad in behalf of Shia interests as "Holy Shrine Defenders".

Saudi Arabia

Due to its proxy conflict with Saudi Arabia, Iran supported OIRAP (English: Organization for the Islamic Revolution in the Arabian Peninsula) and Hezbollah Al-Hejaz throughout the Qatif conflict.


Since the beginning of Syrian Civil War, Iran has been one of Syria's main supporters. Iran-backed Afghan militants fought under the command of Liwa Fatemiyoun and Pakistani militants fought under the command of Liwa Zainebiyoun against the rebels.


Iran supported Iraq in its war against ISIS by training and advising Shia militias of the PMF (English: Popular Mobilization Forces) such as the Kata'ib Hezbollah and the Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq. The main political group representing Iran interests in Iraq is the Fatah Alliance.


Hezbollah is one of Iran's main allies in the Middle East, and has received economic and military support from Iran since its founding. Islamic Amal, which separated from the Amal Movement due to its more religious views, was also supported by Iran between the years of 1980-1985.


Iran supports al-Ashtar Brigades, al-Mukhtar Brigades and Waad Allah Brigades against Saudi Arabia-backed Bahrain. IFLB (English: Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain) was among Iran's allies in Bahrain between the years of 1980-1990.


In order to gain power in the Arabian Peninsula, Iran sided with Houthis after the start of Yemeni Civil War and opposed Saudi-led intervention in Yemen.


Sabireen Movement, which fights against Israel, is in cooperation with Iran and Hezbollah.


Husayniyun in Azerbaijan also have connections with Iran.

Is Iran Pro Trans?

Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the 1979 Iranian Revolution and the first Supreme Leader of Iran, did not hold a positive stance towards transgender individuals or transgender rights. Khomeini's interpretation of Islamic teachings and his vision of an Islamic state did not align with recognition or acceptance of transgender identities.

Under Khomeini's leadership, the Islamic Republic of Iran implemented strict gender segregation policies and enforced traditional gender roles. The state did not officially recognize or provide legal protections for transgender individuals instead they would target homosexual people. In fact, Iran implemented a policy known as "gender reassignment" in the 1980s, which required transgender and homosexual individuals to undergo medical procedures as a condition for legal recognition. This policy was criticized by human rights organizations as coercive and violating individuals' rights to self-determination.[5][6]

Some may say Iran is pro trans because of the fatwah that was implemented but they fail to realize that this fatwah was not for a liberal progressive reason but for a medical reasons in the country. Klinefelter syndrome is a common genetic condition where a male is born with an extra X chromosome. Typically, a male has one X and one Y chromosome. People with Klinefelter syndrome can experience breast growth, breast cancer, osteoporosis, infertility and learning difficulties due to this defect. The surgery is meant to help them be put into 1 gender not 2 and not be confused because of their body. This is not like in the west were people without this defect are able to get transgender surgeries in private. This is further proven by Ayotollah Makarem Shirazi (who is known for being even more Pro Welayat Faqi then Imam Khamenei(ha) himself).[7]



Hezbollah is a Khomeinist movement, party, militia and (according to many countries) terrorist organization based in Lebanon, usually considered to be the single most powerful political and military force in Lebanon. Hezbollahism stands in the center-authoritarian left quadrant and is culturally right-wing.

Hezbollah is believed to have been formed in 1982 as a consolidation of different shia militias of the Lebanese Civil War, being funded and trained by Iran. This new organization shifted its attention south to resist the Israeli occupation of Southern Lebanon. Hezbollah officially disclosed itself in 1985, although it is certain it already existed for years prior to that under the name Islamic Jihad Organization. The IJO is also known for carrying the Beirut barracks bombings that killed 241 American and 58 French military personnel.

Hezbollah's 1985 manifesto, titled "An Open Letter: The Hizballah Program", underlines it's main political goals:[8]

  • to expel the Americans. the French and their allies definitely from Lebanon, putting an end to any colonialist entity on our land;
  • to submit the Phalanges to a just power and bring them all to justice for the crimes they have perpetrated against Muslims and Christians;
  • to permit all the sons of our people to determine their future and to choose in all the liberty the form of government they desire. We call upon all of them to pick the option of Islamic government which, alone, is capable of guaranteeing justice and liberty for all. Only an Islamic regime can stop any further tentative attempts of imperialistic infiltration into our country.

The manifesto also talks about its perceived necessity for the destruction of the Zionist Entity (sic).

Under the leadership of current secretary-general Hassan Nasrallah, they have fought three conflicts with the neighboring country and mortal enemy Israel: the South Lebanon conflict (1982-2000), the 2006 Lebanon War and the 2023 Israel-Hamas war. His leadership has also marked a change in appeal and (at least nominally) end goals. For example, in it's latest manifesto released in 2009, states that it no longer strives to make Lebanon a Shia republic, additionally, it calls for the replacement of Lebanon's troublesome confessionalist political system.

Hezbollah's funding originates from two main sources: Iran's annual transfers (last reported sum of $700m); and from members of the Lebanese Diaspora scattered all around the world, specially from Latin America where it is suspected to operate a wide-ranging network and accused of conducting illegal activities alongside local drug cartels in Brazil, Paraguay and Venezuela.

Reformist Khomeinism

The Reformists of the Islamic Republic have many differences in terms of ideology, most of them are culturally pragmatic and support neoliberalism, and some are enemies with Putin and Russia, while some are neutral with Putin and Russia. The reformers can be roughly divided into four groups:

1: Islamic liberalism group: culturally, this group is center and some are center to left, and economically, they start from the middle right to the right;

2: Islamic democrats: culturally, this spectrum is center-right to center, and economically, center-right;

3: Islamic Social Democracy: Culturally, it is the center, and economically, because it is one of the right-wing social democracies, it is economically right-centered.

4- The reformists who support Velayat al-Faqih and are separated from the rest of the reformists: economically, they are left-center to left, and they are in favor of reforms that do not harm the values ​​of the Islamic Revolution, and this spectrum is culturally from the center-right to the right.

Popular Mobilization Forces

The Popular Mobilization Forces or PMF is an Iraqi state sponsored Shia umbrella organization composed of roughly 67 armed paramilitary groups. The PMF is mainly composed of Shias but also has Sunni, Christian and Yazidi groups. The PMF was formed in 2014 to combat ISIS but has origins in the Iraqi insurgence where it fought Americans as well as Ba'athists and Jihadist groups. While it receives support from the American backed Iraqi government, it is anti-West and many member organizations such as Kata'ib Hezbollah are designated as terrorist organizations by the US. The ideology of the PMF is majority Khomeinist, although historically there were factions aligned with the Iraqi nationalist Sadrist Movement until 2022 when anti-Iran factions split from the group. The PMF receives support from Iran and have supported Assad and his allies in the Syrian civil war. The group has diminished in relevance since the defeat of ISIS and a new network composed exclusively of pro-Iran militias, the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, has gained prominence recently.


Khomeinism is usually portrayed as a fundamentalist, modern Shia Muslim. He enforces ideas of women wearing veils, Anti-LGBT, anti-Americanism (The United States is still frequently referred to as the "Great Satan"), and other Shia Islamic characteristics. He's difficult to be friends with but, he'll work with shia moderates (and occasionally even non-Muslims) for strategic purposes (especially if it's in opposition to America). Khomeinism has an extreme commitment to erasing the entity of Israel. Khomeinism believes that the only way to free Palestine is through resistance and Intifada towards establishing a Shia republic in Palestine. Khomeinism is usually spotted shouting Ali! or Hussain! while chest-beating. He is also very emotional and cries a lot.

How to Draw

Iran Design

Flag of Khomeinism
The Star Emblem
  1. Draw a ball
  2. Fill the top third of the ball with a dark green, the middle with white and the bottom third with red.
  3. In the middle of the ball, draw the star emblem in gold, with the centre filled in gold with the words "Allahu Akbar" in kufic script. The emblem can be simplified how much you want.
  4. Draw 4 rays of light going out of the emblem up and another 4 down
  5. Add the eyes and give the ball a stylish black turban and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Gold #D49E32 212, 158, 50
Dark Green #1D5431 29, 84, 49
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Red #AD3232 173, 50, 50

Hezbollah Design

Flag of Khomeinism

An alternative design for Khomeinism is based on the flag of Hezbollah. The flag depicts a stylized representation of the Arabic words حزب الله (ḥizbu-llāh) "Party of God". It also incorporates an assault rifle, a globe, a book, a sword, and a seven-leafed branch. Sometimes the text on the flag appears in red lettering. The usage of red in this case is used to symbolise the blood of the martyrs who fell for the cause of the organization. The text above the logo reads فإن حزب الله هم الغالبون meaning "Then surely the party of God are they that shall be triumphant". Underneath the logo are the words المقاومة الإسلامية في لبنان meaning "The Islamic Resistance in Lebanon".

  1. Draw a ball
  2. Fill it in with yellow
  3. Draw the green Hezbollah logo
  4. Add the eyes


Color Name HEX RGB
Gold #F7E117 247, 225, 23
Green #197B30 25, 123, 48



  • Shia Theocracy - Is literally me.
  • Class Dealignment - You hate economics?! So do I! Our people MUST study Sharia and the Quran, NOT economics!
  • Putinism - Thanks for the support, Mate!
  • Chavismo - My closest friend in the West.
  • Fourth Theory - My ideological ally who's currently fighting Western hegemony. Dugin really likes me and he even said that I am the center of the fight against modernism.
  • Islamic Theocracy - My Grandfather.
  • Internationalism - "Until the cry 'There is no God but Allah' resounds over the whole world, there will be struggle."
  • Conservative Socialism - Good Westerner, he is for his country being great and sovereignty instead of imperialism and sucking off This Dog. And he may be a Soycialist but hates Capitalism. He sometimes defends me and my other friends from Neocucks.
  • Manosphere - W*men belong in the kitchen and must wear veils instead of short skirts.
  • National Radicalism - Based Polish Catholics. Thank you Falanga for supporting us.
  • Nuclear Power Advocacy - Nuclear energy is my second favorite type of energy and my nuclear program is purely scientific. URANIUM PURITY LEVELS AT 84% of 90%, ERASING THE ZIONIST ENTITY SOON...
  • Dengism - Another great ally and thanks for arming me in Iran-Iraq war! Best ally one could have and you helped me with ending the proxy-conflict with the Saudis![9] The US warmongers can cope.
  • Juche - He helped me kickstart my nuclear and missile program, also supported me in the war. Best Korea!
  • Pancasila - Indonesia and Iran are the prime representatives of the Islamic world.
  • Paternalistic Conservatism - You are great, the capitalists should pay taxes and help the government to reduce the class gap and create social welfare for the lower classes, at the same time stop the cultural decline and encourage the people to religious values.
  • Yellow Socialism - You got it, center-left economics and cultural reactionaryism is the way to go.
  • Welfarism - "We have a duty to struggle against all attempts by the oppressors to establish a monopoly over the sources of wealth. We must not allow the masses to remain hungry and deprived while plundering oppressors usurp the sources of wealth."


  • Ba'athism - Raghad and Saddam hate me but Assad is cool.
  • Neo-Ottomanism - No matter how much I dislike you and you are a Sunni, our political arm in Turkey has allied with you and helped you in the elections.
  • Integralism - We are somewhat alike and will be good allies for now. You are basically me but a noble infidel.
  • National Conservatism - Protecting religious and national values ​​is great, but we must simultaneously spread our revolution in the world.
  • Nationalism - We love nationalism as much as it is for the defense of the homeland and the protection of religious and national values, like the martyrs who were martyred for the cause of Islam and Iran in eight years of holy defense, and that we promote the Iranian-Islamic lifestyle. We do, but if nationalism is higher than religion and higher than the cooperation of the Islamic nation, then that patriotism is a product of imperialism that wants to create division in the Middle East.
  • Fascism - Your hatred for Progressivism and support for third-position economics is admirable, but you are too European for my liking and even hate Isla... Wait, why did Mussolini call himself "The Protector of Islam"?!
  • Socialism of the 21st Century - Lula, Maduro and Evo are all good friends but that fake leftist Boric and that feminist Dilma can both fuck off.
  • Castroism - Not a fan of communism but the way you stand up to America will always be based!
  • Gorbachevism - Too bad I couldn't convince you to convert to Islam.[10]
  • Islamic Capitalism - Our relationship is complicated, to say the least! However, Qatar and UAE are ok, and I've recently made peace with Saudi Arabia ending our decades-long proxy conflict.
  • Authoritarian Capitalism - Pahlavi Dynasty go bye bye but this is the direction I've been taking during the 21st Century.
    • This is a good way to progress.
    • Yes, of course progress is for capitalists, not the poor, so please shut up.
  • Neoliberalism - My Principlist wing hates you but my Reformist wing has no problem with you.
  • Posadism - I share your love for nukes but I'm not very fond of this Communism thing neither of this weird Alien thing.
  • Reformism - Yeah sure, Khatami and Rouhani were reformists, whatever...
  • Third Way - Thanks for the JCPOA (Iran Nuclear Deal) but don't you think it is a bit hypocritical for the US, the only nation that has used nuclear weapons on civilians to tell another nation not to build nukes?
  • Libertarian Conservatism - Good Americans, for their Nation and against scapegoating me and That Abomination but supports legal debauchery, a capitalist and not fond of the whole "Freedom and Liberty" thing.
  • Saadehism - Stop trying to turn Assad against me you secular degenerate. But in Lebanon we are gucci, also Susli likes me.
  • Marxism–Leninism - Cringe atheist and progressive but thanks for aiding me against the Sh*h. Sometimes defends me from America. Sorry for purging you in the 80's. Not sorry.
  • Nazism - Aren't you just Saddam? But the Holocaust didn't happen and was a lie, but your other crimes are not lies, but because of the respect you have given to Islam, I will not rank you as an enemy. Although your respect for Religion is for your own benefit and not for God's pleasure.[11]
  • National Bolshevism - Good culture but bad economy.
  • Islamic Socialism - Thanks for aiding me, now get purged dumb Marxist. But Ali Shariati is valuable to me and Mahmoud Taleghani was one of my followers.
  • Gaddafism - You were a great ally in Libya until the so-called "Arab spring" took you out. I then unfortunately had to denounce you...
  • Falangism - Your Lebanese type is a Z**nist dog, and your Polish type is good with me, and some called me an Islamic Falange at the beginning of the revolution, you are religious but a rebel.
  • Islamic Fascism - Sometimes you are okay, other times you want to exterminate Shia and that you are an extreme nationalist and you care more about ethnicity than Islam, which is not good at all. Zionists call me you which is funny.
  • Francoism - You are too authoritarian from a civil point of view and please give the clergy more political influence, but your values ​​are good.
  • PIS - Every good relation with Poland (A country that we shared alliance with during WW2) left, after Jews and Americans took over is gone thanks to you. Thanks for attending the anniversary of the Revolution tho...[12]
  • Jewish Theocracy - We are enemies of Z**nism, not of Jewish people, honestly. We even reserve a seat in the Majles for a Jewish representative. When will you all convert, anyway?
  • Zelenskyism - Am*rican lackey but Ahmadinejad came to like you somehow.
  • Paleoconservatism - American Nationalist and a Christian Fundamentalist who opposes my revolution and is islamophobic but he is against demonizing me and we both hate The Parasite.
  • Braunism - Similar to the above. A Lechistanian who appriciates our ancestors help in WW2 and fights US Imperialism in his country. I'm skeptical because your love for Capitalism and The fact you're a Monarchist, itself reminds me of Someone.


  • American Model - Marg bar Āmrikā, DOWN WITH THE GREAT SATAN!!
  • Neoconservatism - We're kicking all your arses out of West Asia. But in retrospect your invasion of Iraq ended up pretty well for me. And Reagan supplied me with weapons during the war.
  • Satanic Theocracy - LITERALLY AMERICA!!
  • Feminists - Know your place and wear a veil!
  • State Atheism - We will destroy you where ever you take hold. Although I am friends with China.
  • Objectivism - How did all this dirt and cruelty come to consensus in one person?!!!
  • Stransserism - Not only don't you want a foreskin, but you don't want a penis! How 'bout we hold your legs apart and let the mutt maul it off then! At least you can turn gays straight.
  • State Liberalism - Capitalism is haram and so is the degenerate filth you stand for.
  • Jihadism - The west clams to hate Daesh, but we actually are serious about fighting them. I'm basically you, but Shia.
  • White Nationalism - Yes, Iranians are Aryans just not your made-up definition of Aryan. Ignore that Matthew Heimbach and David Duke are good allies of mine, but we don't talk about that.
  • Zoroastrian Theocracy - Never heard of him. But i still admired you.
  • Liberal Conservatism - What are you really protecting?
  • Progressivism - Degenerate kaffir! I WILL HANG YOU!
  • Pink Capitalism - Capitalism itself is a decadent thing. Then it mixes with this cultural filth and becomes absolute evil.
  • Bidenism - I had my hopes for you but they were chrushed after you lied about rejoining the JCPOA.
  • Enlightened Absolutism - W*stern pr*gressive m*narch, basically the Sh*h.
  • National Front - HA HA you fool! Do you really think there would be a place for you after the revolution? Now get purged! Of course, Mossadegh was somewhat good.
  • Anti-Authoritarianism THE IRANIAN REGIME SHALL PERSIST AT ALL COSTS! STOP YOUR PROTESTING! Of course, now you are declining, but during this time, you used every dirty method to bring me down, but you did not succeed, and by the grace of God Almighty, I remained in power, and if I am a dictator, as you say, you are pluralistic totalitarians who are not afraid of killing people. You use it to achieve your false goals.
  • Pacifist Feminism - Take off that witch hat and put on a hijab, or else...


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  1. Refers to Mohammad Khatami and Hassan Rouhani, who both support free market capitalism and detente with the West.
  2. Although Khomeini didn't have a set opinion on economics, he openly criticized both Capitalism and Communism, advocated for welfare, free housing and public services while at the same time emphasizing the sanctity of private property within sharia law and encouraging entrepreneurship.