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Nacionalismo was a far-right, Argentine Fascist ideology, that came out of a resurgence of Traditionalism and nostalgia for Feudalism in the early 1910s. It became a powerful and significant force in Argentine politics in the 1930s. Nacionalismo supports Authoritarianism, Traditionalism, Corporatism, militant catholicism and support of the landed gentry. They despised Liberalism, Socialism, Freemasonry, Feminism, Jews and foreigners. It believes that Liberalism and Democracy are the prelude to Marxism.


Beginning in the mid-1930s, Nacionalistas declared their concern for the working-class and support for social reform, with the newspaper La Voz Nacionalista declaring "The lack of equity, of welfare, of social justice, of humanity, has made the proletariat a beast of burden... unable to enjoy life or the advances of civilization". By the late 1930s, with industrial development increasing in the country, Nacionalistas promoted a policy of progressive income redistribution to allow more money to be with wage-earners and thus allowing them to invest and widen the economy and increase industrial growth.

In the 1940s, the Nacionalistas rose from a fringe group to be a substantial political force in Argentina. In the 1940s, they emphasized the need for economic sovereignty, requiring greater industrialization and the take-over of foreign companies. By the 1940s, the Nacionalistas was effectively run by the military clique known as the Grupo Oficiales de Unidos (GOU). The GOU was highly suspicious about the threat of communism and along with the Nacionalistas supported the revolution of 1943.

Argentine Fascism/Nimio de Anquín Thought

Argentine Fascism" or "Nimio de Anquín Thought is based on the thoughts of Argentine political figure Nimio de Anquín.

He was born in Córdoba, , Argentina, on August 12th 1896, and attended Monserrat National College. However, he later studied law alongside the natural sciences at the National University of Córdoba. In 1920, Nimio de Anquín began working as an editorialist in the newspaper "The Principles" but then, in 1924, he founded a magazine called "Arx" with help from Professor Martínez Villada and, in 1926, he obtained a two-year scholarship to study in Hamburg, Germany. However, due to its concern about the central epistemological approaches of Ernst Cassirer he was appointed to participate in the courses that he along with Albert Goerland & N. Sauer dictated at that time.

In 1928, Nimio de Anquín stated that a fellow raised the contrast between the inexhaustible richness of thought along with the precariousness of the means of discourse pointing out the lack of flexibility of the word that pure thinking requires as he did nothing but manifest himself in his natural predisposition for metaphysics but his vocation always mysterious according to the philosopher's own had awakened early there on the eve of World War One (1914-1918) when de Anquín was still a high school student and he looked through a window at the lagging books of philosophy that had belonged to a Mr. Lobo. Books that the Cordovan boy was acquiring at the rate of 50 cents a copy.

In Europe, during his stay, Nimio de Anquín developed his interest in politics, and after reading his work he became a follower of Charles Maurras, who was leader of "Action Française". Nimio developed his own political ideas trying to combine Thomism with Hegelianism, which led him to advocate a national union state in Argentina.

In 1929, Nimio de Anquín became associated with the "National Fascist Party" led by Ottavio Dinale, while Anquín founded "Santo Tomás de Aquino" Institute, but then in 1930, according to data provided by Jorge A. Linossi, he became a professor of logic and ethics at the Monserrat National College by opposition and in 1931, he began to give classes, until 25 years later the Agentine government was subject to a coup d'état known as "Revolución Libertadora" led by Eduardo Lonardi, who removed him from all his positions as professor.

In 1934, Nimio de Anquín was suspended from his teaching position in the Monserrat National College due to the violence of his group while in 1935, he changed the name of the "Argentine Fascist Party" (PFA) into the "Fascist Forces Front" and allied with the "Nationalist Liberation Alliance" led by José Félix Uriburu alongside with "Argentine Nationalist Action" (ANA) lead by Juan P. Ramos.

In 1936, Nimio de Anquín founded the "National Fascist Union" (UNF) that succeeded the "Argentine Fascist Party" (PFA), which had been founded by Ottavio Dinale in 1932, but, when in August 1936 he attempted to force students at the Monserrat National College to pledge a statement of support for the Spanish general Francisco Franco during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), the police responded with a crackdown against Argentine Nationalistas. He argued that Argentine Nacionalismo should follow the Italian Fascist model by seeking to create support, but that the domestic version of Fascism should put a stronger emphasis on the centrality of Catholicism to national identity than its European counterparts, even if he was strong admirer of Benito Mussolini.

During the same year he began teaching Logic at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Córdoba, but in 1938, he was fired due to his opposition to the Argentine government that was lead by Agustín Pedro Justo, while in the meantime he participated in Catholic culture courses organized by the "School of Philosophy of Catholic Culture Courses" founded by Monsignor Octavio Nicolás Derisi four years beforehand. Support for the "National Fascist Union" (UNF) surged after two Nationalists were shot in the Monserrat National College, and Anquin denounced the middle and the upper classes for their cowardly complicity and he claimed that Communism, Judaism & degenerate Radicalism were responsible for causing the murders. He called for the mourners to swear "By God, Honour, and the Fatherland" to return the homicidal bullet.

In 1939, the "National Fascist Union" (UNF) ceased its activity after being involved in violent events. Nimio de Anquín then returned to his town where he resumed his previous career as a teacher, but in November 18th 1941 the "National Culture Commission" chose Anquín to carry out studies on the origins of Argentine culture in some of the countries that were part of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata and he praised Adolf Hitler stating that "By the work of the great Hitler, Liberalism & ugly Democracy have died", even if he harshly criticized Nazi racism, comparing it to Jewish racism. He continued writing on political matters until late in his life, inevitably focusing on his two favoured themes: Militant Nationalism and Anti-Democracy.

In June 27th 1950, he was granted his most significant international recognition by the University of Mainz, distinguishing him in an extraordinary way as Doctor Honoris Causa based on his contributions on the complex history of Aristotle's writings alongside all of his contributions that would derive from it in relation to Aristotelian studies, while in turn he was recognized as the most qualified connoisseur of Germanic culture of his time in South America and in December 8th 1950, he participated in Rome, Italy in the proclamation of the Dogma of the Blessed and Immaculate Conception done by Pope Pius XII, in which showed his particular devotion to Mary.

In 1951, Nimio de Anquín carried out the foundation along with the direction of the Institute of Metaphysics and History of Metaphysical Systems" while it can well be said as Linossi who does that the dissemination body of said Institute was the magazine "Arkhé" who edited his first roll on October 5th 1951 of that same year but in that magazine Anquín has published many of his works some of which have been selected to form part of the two publications in book format mentioned above and in 1954, he later played in the vice-deanato.

During these years in association with Luis Guillermo Martínez Villada along with other colleagues Nimio de Anquín founded an institute that bore the name of Santo Tomás de Aquino but in 1955, after Eduardo Lonardi become president of Argentina after the coup against Juan Domingo Peron, Nimio de Anquín was removed from his position as professor from the institute. Following this event he went on to teach in the Catholic University of Santa Fe, thanks to the hospitality of the Pbro while Ernesto Leyendecker appreciated him during his statement and Anquín moved within Peronist Nationalism that earned him the political persecution of the dictatorship of Pedro Eugenio Aramburu while in 1956, he publishes "Myth And Politics" so he is arrested for a few months.

Nimio de Anquín does not completely abandon the political activity that it continues to develop in the newspapers "Sun and Moon and New Policy" and his religious streak is also important and he is part of a group of intellectuals around Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo.

In 1962, Nimio de Anquín published a book called "Ente y Ser. Perspectives For A Philosophy Of Being Nascent" by the Editorial Gredos but nine years the editorial of the National University of Córdoba thanks to the mediation of its student but later he attached Judith Botti González de Achával published "Of The Two Inhabitations In Man" and a year later he published "Political Writings" by the Leopoldo Lugones Institute.

In 1969, Nimio de Anquín he recovered his chairs in which he taught until shortly before his death and in May 16th 1979, he died at the he Spanish Hospital in his hometown while analyzing his existence with a certain spiritual perspective.

How to Draw:

Flag of Nacionalismo

The colours of the flag of Nacionalismo represent the national colours of Argentina while the cross represents Christianity.

  1. Draw a ball
  2. Draw 2 thick light blue lines, one from top to bottom, one from right to left
  3. Add eyes
Color Name HEX RGB
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Light Blue #74ACDF 116, 172, 223




  • Peronism - We trusted on you, but why did you have to betray us and ally with the commies ?
  • Alt-Right - The American, 21st century version of me, but stop saying that Argentinians are not White as we, Europeans, came from BOATS!!!


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