National Communism

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"I can assure you that my first and foremost interest is my country."

National Communism is an authoritarian left, culturally moderate, and nationalist ideology. It believes that communism can be combined with nationalism which is mostly inspired by Marxism–Leninism. This ideology also believes that in order to build communism, it is not necessary to abandon national identities. He does not enjoy being mistaken for National Bolshevism as he is culturally more moderate, or even identifying as left-leaning especially in more recent years. due to his love for nationalism and relatively progressive policies as a means of building societal solidarity. And unlike Nazbols, he does not advocate for exclusivist supremacy and is rather more enthusiastic in actually developing pure communism than simply being content with state socialism. However, he tends to be far less tolerant of perceived "deviant" behavior than ML. He just loathes how his "Tankie" father advocates for internationalism and insists he was the one who was truly dominant in the Cold War given the nationalistic and anti-colonialist tendencies of politicians like Castro.

History

Kazakhstan

WIP

Poland

Wojciech Jaruzelski was a Polish communist general who ruled the country from 1981 to 1990. One of the initiators of the introduction of martial law, which operated in 1981-1983, during which the military-police apparatus suppressed the protests of the Polish anti-communist opposition in order to prevent a possible invasion by the Soviet Union. In 1989, under the pressure of protests, he started negotiations with "Solidarity" and the Catholic Church, the so-called "Round Table", after the election of the President of Poland in 1990 and the victory of dissident Lech Walesa, he resigned. He planned to introduce partial political freedoms in Poland and to move from a planned to a market economy (On this occasion, he met with David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski in New York in 1985)

Hungary

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Romania

Ceaușescuism: Nicolae Ceaușescu was the communist dictator of Romania from 1965-1989. His refusal to participate in the invasion of Czechoslovakia and his speech condemning the invasion in 1968 skyrocketed him to popularity in his own country and with western nations abroad. This set a pattern of a very anti-Soviet foreign policy for the rest of his reign. Ceaușescu took heavy inspiration from Maoism and Juche, Kim-Il Sung's grandiose parades and personality cult inspiring him to put on similar showcases back home in Romania. He developed one of the most pervasive personality cults in the Eastern Bloc, so much so that many observers remarked that it was the closest thing to an old-style functioning Stalinist regime, with the secret police (Securitate) monitoring every aspect of life and violently repressing any dissent against his regime. He also allocated funds to huge national monuments dedicated to himself, the most famous being the Palace of Parliament, which is the largest palace in the world and remains unfinished to this day.

Ceaușescu refused to liberalize during the period of glasnost and perestroika, and was very displeased when other members of the Warsaw Pact began reforming as well. He was referred to as "The Romanian Fuhrer" by Gorbachev. His reign of terror would eventually come to an end during the Romanian Revolution of 1989, where him and his wife Elena Ceaușescu were put on trial and executed by firing squad on national television.

Moldova

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Yugoslavia

Rankovićism: Alexandar Ranković was a Serbian communist who worked as head of the ministry of interior, helping Tito purge Stalinists following the Yugo-Soviet Split. He also led a reign of terror against Albanians in Kosovo, favoring Serb dominance over Yugoslavia, while rejecting recognition of Bosnian identity and wanting centralization of Yugoslavia. Eventually, he was fired from his position after being accused of wiretapping Tito's office. Ranković's policies heavily influenced Slobodan Milošević.

Titoism could also be seen as a type of Natcom, but unlike Rankovićism, it is Pan-Slavic rather than Serb supremacist.

Czechoslovakia

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Bulgaria

WIP

Sweden

During the early 20th century a politician by the name of Nils Flyg would lead one of Sweden's most prominent Socialist parties. Flyg was greatly influenced by Lenin and was a staunch communist. However, when Stalin took control of the USSR his political leanings would change. His radical opposition to Stalin's Soviet Union and Britain's Imperialism would lead him to sympathise with Hitler. He saw the nazis as a great opposition to Stalin, Britain and the League of Nations. It is speculated that he also supported the nazis for the economic incentive as his party would begin to recieve funding from Germany.

Cuba

Prior to 1959, Cuba was ruled by Batista, an authoritarian capitalist dictator. From 1959-1960, Fidel Castro and other revolutionaries started the Cuban Revolution and overthrew Batista. Fidel Castro was made the new leader of Cuba. In 1961, the United States attempted to overthrow Castro but failed miserably in the Bay of Pigs Invasion, causing them to start using undercover operations to try and kill Castro. In 1962, the United States discovered Soviet missiles in Cuba and thus began the Cuban Missile Crisis. The United States said these missiles were illegal and violated international law, though this was hypocritical as they had stationed missiles in Turkey. After the Cuban Missile Crisis ended a week after it started, the US would keep trying to assassinate Castro up until his death in 2016 by natural causes. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, Castro reportedly asked Khrushchev to launch nukes to strike the USA, which can be seen as a form of Posadism.

Turkey

W.I.P

Personality

He is almost like Marxism-Leninism but holds onto the social views of some 20th century ML movements, in that he's pro-nationalism as a the ultimate long term and not short term goal, while also not as culturally progressive as Marxism Leninism (though he is usually somewhat culturally left). This causes him to also butt heads with people confusing him for Strasserism or Nazbol as he is still generally anti-fascist even if he's more open to a tactical alliance than ML.

Will argue with Marxism-Leninism about him being the true embodiment of 20th century Communism, while still maintaining respect for him. Otherwise hangs out with the other cultural center and economically left-wing gang, though is not averse to discussing theory and strategy with extreme nationalist figures.

How to Draw

Flag of National Communism
  1. Draw a ball with eyes
  2. Fill it with a black
  3. Draw a Red hammer and sickle on it

You are done!

Color Name HEX RGB
Black #141414 20, 20, 20
Red #FF0000 255, 0, 0


Relationships

Protectors of the Motherland

  • Protectionism - Protecting local industry from foreign corruption is based.
  • Socialism - Solidarity! Some of your internationalist brothers should stop hating on nationalism though.
  • Conservative Socialism - I'm more culturally left-leaning and nationalistic but good direction.
  • Left-Wing Nationalism - I’m your logical and based end goal.
  • Police Statism - Almost all of my regimes were protected by him.
  • Hua Guofeng Thought - Based Chinese comrade and friend of Ceaușescu.
  • Ho Chi Minh Thought - Our mountains will always be, our rivers will always be, our people will always be, The American invaders defeated, we will rebuild our land ten times more beautiful.
  • Juche - Praise Pyongang and Bucharest!
  • Socialist Kemalism - Me if i was in Turkey!

Frenemies

  • Marxism - Dad, I read your theory and I seek a classless stateless society, but what do you mean by "The working men have no country"?
  • Marxism–Leninism - You're good but why Internationalism? I was the one actually dominant in the Cold War ya know.
    • For what Marx said, the working class has no country.
  • Titoism - Basically me but Pan-Slavic and more open to markets. Such a shame you sacked Ranković for wiretapping your office promoting the interests of Serbian people, but most of my other regimes liked you.
  • Distributism and Longism - Needs more socialism but your heart is in the right place.
  • Legionarism - Also fascist who imprisoned me but I ended up rehabilitating him after all that.
  • Hoxhaism - It’s good that you oppose the social imperialists too, but why do you call yourself an internationalist?
  • Anti-Fascism - Why are some of you against the state?
  • Maoism - A based combination of communism, protectionism, progressivism, and socialist patriotism but why internationalism?!
  • Marxism–Leninism–Maoism - Same as above. I love your Channel its so based!
  • Dengism - I like your combination of nationalism and economic collectivism, but you need to be less capitalist. And I suspect Xi is overshooting it, becoming like that madlad. (Quanguo and Pinkie fans have already overshot).
  • Pol Potism - Free Cambodia from imperialism, to hell with inva- *sees killing fields* What... is this madness?
  • Independence Anarchism - Quite a based Anarkiddy.
  • Proletariat Internationalism - A fellow communist but why do you call me an Oxymoron?
  • National Bolshevism and Strasserism - YOU BITCH! PEOPLE THINK I'M COPYING YOU TWO EVEN THOUGH I'M NOT! We definitely need to work together against capitalism. And Paetel is anti-Nazi, so he is not that bad (at least compared to the meme variant.)

Globalist sellouts

Further Infomation

Wikipedia

Notes

  1. Ceausescu got along well with both Western and Eastern Bloc countries, as well as non-aligned nations.
  2. Todor Zhivkov wanted to join European Economic Community and had good relations with some European states at all.

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