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Fictional Ideology
"The party would like to remind you this ideology has never existed" - Ingsoc
This article is about a fictional ideology and has no foundation in real life political movements.

National Feminism or Feminazism, is a totalitarian, culturally far-right (not including its stance on gender) ideology that has characteristics from Nazism, such as anti-Semitism and ethnic cleansing of the "Untermensch". However, it is operated under the rule of women. They persecute men and patriarchs so that women can become the dominant gender. It’s a totalitarian state view of extreme feminism and Nazism mixed together. They believe that Nazism is fine if women are ruling and are the dominant gender in society.

History

Rotha Fascism

Rotha Fascism is based on the thoughts of a British political figure Rotha Lintorn-Orman.

She was born at London, England, United Kingdom on February 7th 1895. Her father, Charles Edward Orman was a major in the Essex Regiment (who later became a cricketer) who married Blanch Lintorn Orman, and her material grandfather was Field Marshal Sir Lintorn Simmons- but the Orman family would adopt the surname of Lintorn-Orman in 1912.

On September 4th 1909, Rotha Lintorn-Orman, along with her friend Nesta Maude, was among the few girls who showed up to the Crystal Palace Scout Rally wanting to be Scouts. This led to the foundation of the Girl Guides lead by Agnes Baden-Powell since Rotha had registered as a Scout troop using her initial rather her forename in 1908.

In 1911, Rotha Lintorn-Orman was awarded the first Silver Fish Awards by the Girl Guides but then during World War One (1914-1918) she served as a member of the Women's Volunteer Reserve along with being at the Scottish Women's Hospital Corps but then in Greece she was decorated for her contribution at the Great Thessaloniki Fire of 1917, but she invalided home with malaria and In 1918, she became head of the British Red Cross Motor School to train drivers in the battlefield but then after the war she is placed as an advertisement in a Right-Wing Journal called "The Patriot" seeks out Anti-Communists.

In May 6th 1923, Rotha Lintorn-Orman founded a political party called the "British Fascisti" as a response to the growing strength of the "Labour Party" that was too prone for advocating class conflict or Internationalism while his mother Blanch Lintorn Orman funded the "British Fascisti" as support but nonetheless struggled due to the preference of remaining within the law along continuing the ties to the fringes of the "Conservative Party" even the United Kingdom was lead by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin until 1929.

Rotha Lintorn-Orman was essentially a Tory by inclination but was driven by strong Anti-Communism while attached herself to Fascism largely because of her admiration for Benito Mussolini because of his action-based style of politics even the March on Rome of 1922, but the "British Fascisti" being brought into being more by a fear of Left-Wing politics than a devotion to Fascism while the ideals of the Boy Scout movement with many early members had also been involved in their younger days played a role for the "British Fascisti" wished according to R. B. D. Blakeney to uphold the same lofty ideas of brotherhood, service & duty and the group was positioned in the same Right-Wing Conservative camp as the "British Empire Union" & the "Middle Class Union" while shared some membership with these groups.

The "British Fascisti" had a complex structure that being presided over by both an Executive Council along with the Fascist Grand Council that was made up of nine men with county or area commanders controlling districts that contain a number of companies in which the turn were divided into troops with each troop made of three units while the unit containing seven members under a leader and separate structure existed along similar lines for the group's sizeable female membership.

The "British Fascisti" has early membership such female members, Aristocrats, Militarists, Admirals & other male members however most serving military personnel were eventually banned from joining the group by the "Army Council" but also the "British Fascisti" attracted a membership of young men who came from the middle-class or working-class who spent much of their time in violent confrontations with similar men involved in the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) and the peerage along with high-ranking officers meant that certain concerns not normally associated with the demands of Fascism such as anger at the decline of the large landowning agricultural sector, high levels of estate taxation & death duties eve the dearth of high-ranking civilian occupations considered suitable for the status of officers who were a central feature of the political concerns advanced by the "British Fascisti" group.

British Fascisti Individual Participants

The "British Fascisti" confined itself to stewarding Conservative Party meetings or canvassing for them but in particular it campaigned vigorously on behalf of Oliver Locker-Lampson's "Keep Out the Reds" campaign slogan struck a chord with the group's strong Anti-Communism along with indulged in a series of high-profile stunts many of the members in which were more in the vein of elaborate practical jokes than genuine subversion and in one such example five British Fascists forcibly removed a Communist named Harry Pollitt from a train while attempted to bundle him on to a different train to prevent him from addressing the "National Minority Movement" event in Liverpool but as the result five British Fascists were arrested for the event even they insisted that they had intended to send Pollitt on a weekend break along with claiming that he had taken £5 in expenses they offered him for that purpose even the "British Fascisti" has a policy that call for a reduction in income tax so that the well-off could hire more servants or reducing unemployment.

In 1924, Rotha Lintorn-Orman renamed the "British Fascisti" into the "British Fascists" in an attempt to distance itself from Italian associations because the group's Patriotism had been questioned because of the Italian spelling of the name while accusations were made because it was in the pay of the Italian government although this move helped to bring about a split in the "British Fascists" with a more ideologically fascist group called the "National Fascisti" lead by Henry Rippon-Seymour and then Rotha wrote a letter to "Labour Party" home secretary Arthur Henderson telling him that the group was at his disposal if he wished to deploy them against picket lines during industrial unrest as an offer to which Henderson did not respond.

Leopold Canning who is the co-founder of the "British Fascists" was replaced by R. B. D. Blakeney as secondary leader of the group while at the same time was made editor of a certain propaganda journal called "The Fascist Week" but insisted that the "British Fascists" be run in the spirit of intelligent patriotism along with soughing to build links with mainstream Right-Wing pressure groups such as the "Anti-Socialist Union" and Blakeney believed that one of the main duties of the group was to be prepared to defend established society in the event that "The Swarms from the Slums" came out in a revolution while supported the group involvement with the "Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies" (OMS) even accepting the government terms that the movement should temporarily abandon references to Fascism in order to participate in the government-backed group but rejected by Rotha Lintorn-Orman with the Fascist Grand Council by a vote that lead Blakeney along with his supporters left the "British Fascists" to form a group called the "Loyalists" that later merged with the "Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies" following the outbreak of the 1926 General Strike.

The "British Fascists" did occasionally put up candidates in local elections for example two candidates Henry Simpson & Arnold Leese managed to secure election to the local council in Stamford, Lincolnshire and Simpson would retain his seat in 1927, although by that stage both he along with Leese left the group together.

In March 1925, the "British Fascists" mustered 5,000 people for march in London on Empire Day but then in December 1925, an attempt to organise a meeting in Manchester was broken up by Communists so the "British Fascists" abandoned its attempts to set up in the city as a result and then in 1926, the "British Fascists" claims that it had 200,000 members but then began to take on a more prominent role in the run-up to the General Strike, as it becomes clear that the propaganda predicting such an outcome was about to come true however members of the "British Fascists" not permitted to join the "Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies" (OMS) to mobilise a non-striking workforce in the event of general strike without first relinquishing any explicit attachment to Fascism as the government insisted for the group to remain non-ideological such as unwilling to rely on the "British Fascists" because of what they saw as the group's unorthodox nature with its reliance on funding from Blanch Lintorn Orman.

After the 1926 General Strike as result, a split in the "British Fascists" occurred as the number of members starting to join the "Loyalists" but after that the "British Fascists" formed their own Q Division which took on much of the same work as the "Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies" (OMS) during the strike without having any official government recognition even the strike severely damaged the group as it failed to precipitate the "Bolshevik Revolution" which Rotha Lintorn-Orman has set up to fight while in fact the strike was largely peaceful that was restrained along fears of future outbreaks were quelled somewhat by the passing of the Trades Disputes Act of 1906.

The "British Fascists" renamed the certain propaganda journal the "Fascist Bulletin" into the "British Lion" that went from a weekly journal to a monthly journal along with the loss of a number of key members that the erratic leadership of Rotha Lintorn-Orman who was battling alcoholism brought about a decline of activity while the "British Fascists" became ravaged by factionalism with one group following Lady Downe with it's old ways of the group while an another centred around James Strachey Barnes & Sir Harold Elsdale Goad advocating full commitment to a proper Fascist ideology.

In 1927, the "British Fascists" began to move gradually towards a more defined Fascism by adopting a blueshirt uniform with a beret in the style of similar movements in Europe while in the same year the group attempted to organise a eemembrance day parade past Buckingham Palace where they requested King George V gives a salute from the balcony but the requests were rejected so the parade did not take place and then in 1928, after Arnold Leese just left the group began to advocate a more Authoritarian government in which the Monarch would take a leading role along with advocating the establishment of a Mussolini-style Corporatist state but these policy changes were made possible without R. B. D. Blakeney who was committed to representative Democracy along with his main economic opinion was opposition to the gold standard.

The "British Fascists" still retained some of their Conservative-linked views such as such as Monarch loyalty, Anti-Trade Union legislation, free trade within the nation & general preference for the rural although these were bolstered by Fascist influenced policies such as limiting the franchise, gradual purification of the English race & stringent restrictions on immigration or activities of immigrants admitted to the nation however as Martin Pugh who is a historian has pointed out the "British Fascists" actively encouraged comparisons with the Conservative Party, feeling that it would add a sense of legitimacy with Britishness to their activities but particularly as the "British Fascists" faced harsh criticism from not only the Leftists but also some Conservative Tories for their increasingly paramilitary structure and some other Conservative Tories were close to the group such as Charles Burn, Robert Tatton Bower, Robert Burton-Chadwick, Alan Lennox-Boyd & Patrick Hannon even in May 1925, he booked a room in the House of Commons to host an event for the "British Fascists".

In 1932, the "British Fascists" abandoned its attempts to form a distinctly British version of Fascism so they instead adopted the full programme of Italian Fascism but the group ultimately lost members who are male to join the "Imperial Fascist League" lead by Arnold Leese & the "British Union of Fascists" (BUF) lead by Oswald Mosley along with a proposal that was accepted by Neil Francis Hawkins, Lieutenant-Colonel H. W. Johnson & E. G. Mandeville Roe to merge with the (BUF) although the leadership of Rotha Lintorn-Orman turned the proposal down due to objections over serving under Mosley even the "British Fascists" had protested against his public meetings since 1927, when they denounced the former Labour MP as a dangerous Socialist and as a consequence Neil Francis Hawkins left the group to join with Mosley even he dismissed the "British Fascists" as three old ladies with a couple of office boys.

In 1933, the "British Union of Fascists" (BUF) sent its fighting squad the "Fascist Defence Force" to wrecked the offices of the "British Fascists" who had heckled the headquarters of the (BUF) but with this stage only the hardcore members are left in the group with some various schemes that were floated in an attempt to reinvigorate the group after Rotha Lintorn-Orman has been taken ill although none succeeded for example Archibald Whitmore announced a plan to turn the "British Fascists" into an Ulster loyalist group as a successor to the Ulster Volunteers after claiming that he was preparing to begin recruitment in Northern Ireland to fight against the Irish Republican Army (IRA) but nothing came of this and Dorothy Grace Waring who is a close friend to Rotha hoped the group could profit from the emergence of a prominent Fianna Fáil politician named Éamon de Valera who is leader of the Irish Free State but the plan was scuppered when the policies of the Ireland towards Northern Ireland largely remained the same under Valera but a small group of "British Fascists" did exist in this nation claiming to have a thousand members although in fact having no more than 25 members active in Dublin under H. R. Ledbeater who favoured reunification with the United Kingdom while the group was involved in sending Anti-Semitic leaflets to prominent Jewish people such as Robert Briscoe while it also sought a merge with the "Army Comrades Association" aka the Irish Blueshirts but this was rejected by it's leader Eoin O'Duffy due to its Pro-British stance.

The "British Fascists" has even more schemes by the members such as planning to merge with the "Imperial Fascist League" (IFL) lead by Arnold Leese & the "National Workers Party" by Graham Seton Hutchison but the plan was abandoned when it became clear that far from having the 20,000 members in Mansfield alone that Hutchison claimed, the group was little more than a one-man show and then the "British Fascists" adopted a strongly Anti-Semitic platform to reverse its decline by a bid while Lord Ernest Hamilton & Lady Downe who are representatives of the group, entertained an envoy named Gunther Schmidt-Lorenzen at their country estate while suggested to him that the National Socialists from Germany should avoid any links with the "British Union of Fascists" (BUF) lead by Oswald Mosley who accused Downe of being in the pay of Jewish figures such as Baron Rothschild & Sir Philip Sassoon.

During the last moments of the "British Fascists" fellow member Madame Arnaud repeated similar allegations about Oswald Mosley to Dr Margarete Gartner of the "Economic Policy Association" but then Blanch Lintorn Orman has financially cut off the group because rumours about her daughter Rotha Lintorn-Orman that seem to be true began to damage her reputation such as drinking alcohol, buying drugs & doing orgies then in 1934, the group fell into debt until being declared bankrupt while also when Colonel Wilson called in a £500 loan it effectively brought the group to a conclusion and then Rotha died on the Canary Islands, Spain on March 10th 1935.

After Roth Lintorn-Orman has died, the "British Fascists" was all but defunct and her body was buried at the English Cemetery in Las Palmas.

Personality and Behaviour

National Feminism is generally anti-Semitic, racist and is violent towards communists, Jews and men alike. She wishes about a world where men doesn't exist. They will try to argue genetically that the Y chromosome is a symbol of inferiority.

How to Draw

Flag of National Feminism
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill in with pink.
  3. Draw a white circle in the center.
  4. Draw, in the middle of the circle, a black Venus symbol (♀).
  5. Draw a black swastika inside the Venus symbol.
  6. Draw the eyes.
  7. Draw a white bow on Nazfem's head.
  8. (Optional) Draw a Nazi peak cap or a black-white-red bow stylized with an Iron Cross.


Color Name HEX RGB
Pink #DB5268 219, 82, 104
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Black #141414 20, 20, 20


Relations

True Feminists

  • Radical Feminism - Yes, kill the men! KILL 'EM ALL!
  • Nazism - The Jews and the Communists don't deserve to live although he believes that feminism is a Jewish conspiracy. But at least he allowed me to fight against those filthy commies and banker puppets in WW2.
  • Peronism - Isabel Perón was the first female president in the world! Ignore she was an idiot. Evita was of course great as well
  • British Fascism - Cool with that suffrage, fascism cannot thrive without women's rights!
  • Pekerism - Another pro-women rights fashie.

Frenemies

  • Feminism - Women are the supreme race, but we need to kill the undesirables.
    • - Please just tell me you are just one of his sockpuppets to make the feminist movement look bad.
  • Fascism - I like your ideas, but those men need to die. Also, I like idea of "bundle of sticks", which is directly referred to my "Womens and girls should stick together and remove all males".
  • Conservative Feminism - Ja, Ich bin real.

(((Men)))

  • Patriarchy & Manosphere - Hitler might be somewhat daddy but off to ze gas chambers you go!
  • Men's Liberation - Still a dirty man!
    • - *(REDACTED)*
  • Zionism - Your state? Anschulssed . Your people? Gassed.
  • Marxism–Leninism - Fascism is ze new type of utopia. GET OVER IT, COMMUNIST SCUM!
  • Trans people - DISGUSTING PERVERTED MEN UNT TRAITOROUS WOMEN WHO NEED TO BE GASSED AND BAKED IN ZE OVEN!
  • Stransserism - BEING A FASCIST DOESN'T MEAN YOU CAN BE A TR*NNY!!!
  • Homofascism - YOU MALEVOLENT C*CK-SUCKER!! I AM ZE TRUE GASSER!
  • Homoconservatism - Go to ze chamber.
  • Queer Anarchism - Ew.
  • Postcolonial Feminism - Colonized women aren't women.
  • Showa Statism - YOU MURDEROUS RAPIST!!! DON'T YOU EVER THINK THAT YOU ALLIED WITH HITLER THEN WE'LL TOLERATE YOU!!! COMFORT WOMEN NEVER FORGET!!!
  • Liberal Feminism and Marxist Feminism - FAKE FEMINISTS AND DEGENERATES!!!
  • Anarcho-Syndicalism - GET FUCKED
  • Trumpism - Even I vould not support him, If he was ze last person on earth.
  • Conservative Socialism - Yes, feminism is fascism and zere is nothing wrong vith zat.
  • Jewish Feminism - Flithy juden! I hate her so much!
  • Alt-Lite - Stupid internet male trolls backed up by the bourgeoisie and jews! Though Vivian James is based.
  • Korwinism - Sexist loon AND Polish untermensch??!! DIE!!!!
  • Revolutionary Progressivism - Not only do you say zat men should be treated equally to vomen, but zat tr*nnies should have human rights?! OFF TO ZE GAS CHAMBER- *gets shot*
    • - Take that, misandrist fascist scumbag! FEMINAZIS RAUS!
  • LesbiaNRx - You won't destroy men. YOU'LL JUST CREATE MORE TR*NNIES INSTEAD.

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