Labour Zionism

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Labour Zionism is a secular, Jewish, economically left, culturally Center ideology located at the bottom-center of left.


In terms of history, Labour Zionism was believed even in the 20s of the 20th century with the uprising of the kibbutzim (Plural form of Kibbutz in hebrew). The kibbutzim are collective community based on socialistic and Zionist ideologies. The kibbutzim behaved in the past like a communist commune, they opposed money and hierarchy and believed that everyone is equal. agriculture and manufacturing was done by the people of the kibbutz. Today, the kibbutz is not the same like it used to be because of modernism and interest in money.

Poster of the communist party, "Maki", who supported a Socialist Zionist ideology


Labour used to stand alongside of his fathers, Socialism and Zionism. He is very antifascistic and has a strong hate for Nazism. He is proud for being the biggest form of Zionism for 70+ years. Basically (((Our Greatest Ally))) at the start of its existence. As of today, Labour Zionism supports Social-Democracy.

How to Draw

Flag of Labour Zionism
  1. Draw a cube
  2. Draw a red horizontal line among the front and side face
  3. Fill the bottom in blue and the top in red
  4. Draw a star of David outline in the middle of the front face with inverted colors
  5. Add eyes
Color Name HEX RGB
Red #EE161F 238, 22, 31
Blue #0035B9 0, 53, 185




  • Marxism–Leninism - Why did you later go after the Jewish doctors and support Palestine over Israel? At least you supported me prior.
  • National Communism - My Radical factions love your economic ideas!, but many of your followers are anti-Zionists which is bad.
  • Bundism - Why don't you want to return to the holy land?
  • Neoconservatism - Thanks but no thanks. Capitalist imperialism isn't the answer.
  • Eco-Capitalism - Oxymoron, but at least you care somewhat.
  • Titoism - You have based views, but you had to support him over me.


Further Information




  1. Ben-Gurion is said to have been "nearly obsessed" with Israel's obtaining nuclear weapons, feeling that a nuclear arsenal was the only way to counter the Arabs' superiority in numbers, space, and financial resources, and that it was the only sure guarantee of Israel's survival and the prevention of another Holocaust.