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Not to be confused with Mediacracy.

"Don’t set out to raze all shrines—you’ll frighten men. Enshrine mediocrity—and the shrines are razed."

Mediocracy, or explicitly Rule of the Mediocre, is a form of government where a class of mediocre individuals are more dominant in society. While this ideology is mostly a joke, one could make the argument that the most average person in society is its best representative and as such should control the nation. It could be said that it is a less extreme form of Kakistocracy (which wants society to be ruled by the least competent, as opposed to just the mediocre).


Judging from its name, they're mediocre. Their best friends are Moderates, Grillers, and sometimes Neoliberals. He only prefer songs based on how popular or relevant they are.

How to Draw

Flag of Mediocracy
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill in it with blue(#4C87FF).
  3. Draw a white triangle pointing up, but not all the way up to the ball.
  4. Draw a blue crown in the triangle.
  5. Draw in the eyes.

You're done!

Color Name HEX RGB
Light Blue #4C87FF 76, 135, 255
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255



  • Democracy - Most people are mediocre.
  • Moderatism - Fellow normie.
  • Interculturalism - Wants the minorities to abolish their culture and become mediocre, like me.
    • - That’s… not what I want.
  • Neoliberalism - Good job constraining politics in the Overton Window, so people don't form radical opinions!
  • Ceremonial Monarchism - To achieve absolute mediocracy, do nothing. Doing anything makes you at least slightly good or bad.
  • Anti-Radicalism - He helps me remove anomalies.


  • Kakistocracy - Cool it down there bud. We should be mediocre, not downright stupid!
  • Ethnonationalism and Racial Nationalism - Hates minorities as well, as they are less mediocre than the majority, but we don't need to get rid of minorities!
  • Socialism - Wants to distribute resources equally based on the needs of the average person, but economic collectivism is a bit extreme.
  • Apoliticism - Fellow normie, but doesn't care about ruling.
  • Populism - Claims to be for me but too popular
  • Big Tent - Too inclusive but a fellow mediocre


Further Information


  1. Dangerous Dogs Act and ‘Back to Basics’ campaign