National Democracy

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"To be a Pole does not mean just to speak Polish or to feel close to other Poles, but to value the Polish nation above all else … [A Pole] must accept everything Polish, both good and bad, and must accept every period of the nation's history, both strong and weak."

National Democracy also called Endecja (clipping of Narodowa Demokracja) is a Polish democratic nationalist political movement.

Beliefs

Race and ethnicity

The National Democrats of the interwar period believe WIP

History

Partitions

The first national democratic movement arose in the early twentieth century, under Roman Dmowski. It opposed the Polish Socialist Party, in that instead of advocating for a revolution against the partitioning powers, it preferred a gradual change and smooth transition into independence. Therefore, it was against the 1905 Revolution, and even sided with the Imperial Forces in the uprising. With the beginning of WW1, the Endencja supported Russia in return for promised autonomy, with Dmowski even being part of the Duma.

Interwar Poland

In the interwar period, supporter of national democracy, Eligiusz Niewiadomski assassinated the first President of Poland, Gabriel Narutowicz. In 1926, following the elections, the Endencja entered a coalition with the Polish People's Party. However, the elections turned out to be a disaster, as Jozef Pilsudski, former leader of the Polish Socialist Party declared the election null and void, and staged a military coup. He went on to establish an autocracy, under a non-partisan bloc known as Sanation. The National Party became the main opposition against the military junta. Due to this, many of its leaders were arrested. In 1938, following the death of the original founder Roman Dmowski, the party underwent a, albeit informal and the party retained its unity, split. One faction, the more radical one and headed by Jedrzej Giertych, which supported active military support to Checkoslovakia against Germany following the Munich Agreement, and a more moderate one, headed by party leader Tadeusz Bielecki. However, the whole party opposed the Annexation of Zaolsie and proposed military assistance to Czechoslovakia.

WW2 and Communism

Following the invasion of Poland and the collapse of the Second Polish Republic, the National Party created its own resistance movement, the National Armed Forces, which was created in cooperation with the National-Radical Camp "ABC". Eventually, the Endencja left the National Armed Forces and merged with the Home Army. Following the war, the Party relocated to London. It was opposed to Communism and recognised the Polish Republic government-in-exile.

Modern

Following the collapse of the Polish People's Republic, the National Party relocated back to Poland properly. However, its popularity dropped, and although it still exists, it barely has over 0.5% support. The main National Democratic Party in Poland was the League of Polish families, under Roman Giertych, the grandson of Jedrzej. It was strongly eurosceptic and very nationalist. However, Giertych distanced himself from Endencja's heritage, and left politics in 2007, while the League eventually softened and became a National Liberal and pro-european party. The last remaining party (there are still active organisations, although they are usually Far-right, most notably the All-Polish Youth), is the National Movement, led by Krzysztof Bosak. It is part of the Confederation coalition.

Stylistic Notes

If you are drawing in WWI, he will be strongly pro-Russian, but still nationalist. If you are drawing in the interwar period, add a banner or armband with the Polish flag If you are drawing a member of the NSZ, he may be seen shooting everyone.

How to Draw

Flag of National Democracy
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill the left half white and the right half red.
  3. Draw a black letter N on the white side.
  4. Draw a white letter D on the red side.
  5. Add the eyes.
  6. (Optional) Draw it upside-down (as a reference to Polandball)

Personality and Behaviour

Natdem is very nationalist. He memorised all of Dmowski's books and likes to be a member of marches. His favourite food is Kielbasa. He was a member of the NSZ, but was captured and sent to POW camps and tried to escape 33 times (a reference to Jedrzej Giertych, who did do so). He is hated by everyone except for PSL to his hate of Pilsudzki, but that does not bother him. He is very religious, and if under arrest he may be seen lying down in a position on a cross for the whole night. If not, he will go to church every day and sing Polish religious songs like "Boże, coś Polskę".

Relationships

True Poles

Frenemies

  • Agrarianism - I killed your 1st president... But we still could create a coalition, PSL-"Piast".
  • National Capitalism - Great economic policy, but too authoritarian, undemocratic and racist. Even for me.
  • Korwinism - Polish right-winger compatriot and coalition partner... But you should be more democratic.
  • Braunism - Another faithful compatriot and coalition partner... But you are too anti-democratic and wtf? Why are you a monarchist? We don't have any candidates for the Polish throne LOL.
  • Zionism - HOW DARE YOU NOT ASSIMILATE INTO OUR CULTURE, WE HAVE BEEN PROTECTING YOU FROM ABSOLUTE COUNTRIES! We sheltered you from the Nazi scum though.
  • Austrian School - Heydel was great.
  • National Agrarianism & Industrialism - "A balance should be sought between agricultural and industrial production." - Roman Rybarski.
  • Japan LDPism - Friends from the Far East but War interventionism isn't a smart idea...
  • Liberalism - Listen "friend", love free-speech, don't have anything against liberalism and I am friends with some but opening borders for masses won't make any ones lives in Poland better. Be more like them rather than them .
  • National Radicalism - Dictatorship is cringe and because of you people think that "we are Chauvinists too" but I have to admire your love for Lechia.
  • Putinism - You may be a Scum and a Katyń praiser but you did stomp on degeneracy and we need gas to prosper.
  • Paternalistic Conservatism - I like to say I'm not keen on you but some of my followers supported expanded welfare state.

Honorless Scums

  • Agrarian Socialism - Do zobaczyska, Narutowicz!
  • Homoconservatism - You are incompatible with society. It is impossible for you to be conservative. And no, Bosak doesn't have anything to hide!
  • Fascism - Kinda cringe.
  • Sanationism - Carthusian Bereza, never forget!... At least we both oppose the Nazis and commies though.
  • Marxism–Leninism - BIJ BOLSZEWIKA W KAŻDEJ GO POSTACI, BO TO JEST TWÓJ NAJWIĘKSZY DZISIAJ WRÓG! [8]
  • Nazism - He literally killed between 1.8 and 1.9 million Polish civilians!
  • Stalinism - Same as the above and genocided 2 million Polish people.
  • National Bolshevism - Two guys above combined? THE WORST NIGHTMARE!!!
  • Phlillipine National Democracy - No, Not THAT "National Democracy", you filthy commie!
  • Neoliberalism - Shut up, Wałęsa!
  • Alt-Right - Calling yourself a "conservative" and a "nationalist", yet conserve only riots and totalitarianism? Worthy opponent for progressives.
  • Progressivism - You won't win, Punk!
  • Esoteric Socialism - That's what He was.
  • Zelenskyism - Unapologetic and ungratefull freeloading leech! Some of our members like you tho.
  • Kaczysm & Tuskism - "Enough of Old People's Dictatorship!".[9]
  • Roman Giertych - Filthy Backstabber!

Further Information

Texts

(Note: Most texts about the national democratic movement aren't translated)

Roman Dmowski

Other authors

Works from outside perspective

Articles

Wikipedia

Parties

People

Videos

Channels

Gallery

Citations

  1. Kościoł, naród i państwo (Church, Nation and State)
  2. Gospodarka narodowa (The National Economy), Adam Doboszyński
  3. Upadek myśli konserwatywnej w Polsce (The Fall of Conservative Thought in Poland), Roman Dmowski
  4. Polityka i gospodarstwo (Politics and Economics), Roman Rybarski)
  5. Roman Rybarski, Damian Koniarek]
  6. Adam Heydel – polski „austriak” w metodologicznym boju, Wojciech Paryna
  7. "Kumpel" in Polish means "Buddy". Kumpel=Buddy, Kumple=Buddies.
  8. "Beat Bolshevik in his every form, 'cause this is your greatest enemy today." - A fragment of a Polish anti-Bolshevik song; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQdiSpA8h60
  9. Krzysztof Bosak Quote.

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