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"Mais mourir pour Dantzig, non !"

Neosocialism was a political faction that existed in France and Belgium during the 1930s and which included several revisionist tendencies in the French Section of the Workers' International(SFIO).

During the 1930s, the faction gradually distanced itself from Marxism and reformist socialism. Instead, they advocated for an Authoritarian, Corporatist, and Class-collaborationist regime which would bring about a revolution from above, which they referred to as a constructive revolution. In France, this brought them into conflict with the Socialist Party's traditional policy of anti-governmentalism and the Neosocialists were expelled from SFIO.

Though rooted in the Planism of Henri de Man in Belgium, their Corporatist stance linked them to Fascist politics in France - with many Neosocialists expressing admiration for Italian Fascism. This tendency later emerged as an ideological orientation in its own right. Despite previous hostility, the Neosocialist Party, known as the National Popular Rally, collaborated with Germany during the Vichy government, introducing a new Nazified strain of Neosocialism which advocated for limited antisemitic policies as well as a form of Nazi Pan-Europeanism. Many Neosocialists also fought in the resistance however, with Neosocialist politicians such as Henry Hauck, Louis Vallon, Paul Ramadier, and Max Hymans participating in the French resistance against the Nazi occupation.


Marcel Déat was born at Guérigny, France on March 7th 1894 while his father named Joseph Déat was a administrative clerk of the French Navy along with his mother who is named Amélie Ernestine and Déat was raised in a modest environment which shared Republican & Patriotic values but then in 1914, after he made some brilliant studies he joined the "École Normale Supérieure" (ENS) after having been a student of Émile Chartier aka Alain who is a philosopher that was active in the "Radical Party" while wrote an deeply Anti-Militarist book after World War One (1914-1918).

In the same year Marcel Déat joined the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) out of Philosophical Idealism than Materialism but then as he worked to get a philosophy degree in which World War One has started, he joined the French Army while in active duty that lead him to earn the Légion d'honneur along with five bravery citations to be a ranked captain under the pseudonym of Taëd and then Déat published a piece of literature called the 'Cadavres et maximes, Philosophie d'un revenant/Corpses and Maxims, Philosophy of a Ghost' where he expressed his horror of war from the trenches which explained a visceral Pacifism that would be decisive for his choices in his career while at also he was fascinated by collective discipline along with camaraderie/comrade at the front.

In 1918, Marcel Déat resumed his studies at the "École Normale Supérieure" (ENS) while he came in second for the special classification of the aggregation of philosophy under the tutelage of Célestin Bouglé who is a radical sociologist, friend of Alain & also a member of the "Radical Party" as well but then Déat taught philosophy in the city of Reims and then in 1920, he turned to sociology.

During this year the majority of the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) decided to spin off to found the "French Communist Party" lead by Ludovic-Oscar Frossard while Marcel Déat along with Pierre Renaudel positioned themselves at the Right-Wing of the (SFIO) take part in the "Socialist Life Group" but then Déat was elected municipal councillor of Reims and in 1926, he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the Marne but in 1928, he lost his seat after an election.

In these times the leader of the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO), Léon Blum sought to favour some young people because the rise in the party hierarchy was difficult so he appointed Marcel Déat as secretary of the parliamentary group after having been put in charge of the documentary center of the ENS by Célestin Bouglié but then Déat founded a new documentary centre for the parliamentarians and then in 1930, he participated in the third university course in Davos along with many other French & German intellectuals.

In 1931, Marcel Déat published a piece of literature called 'Perspectives Socialistes' as theoretical revisionist work closely influenced by Henri de Man's version of Planism along with over a hundred articles written in the "La Vie Socialiste" journal but the review of the literature by the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) made him to shift from Classical Socialism to his own ideology called Neosocialism as it has a plan to end class struggle by collaboration of classes with national solidarity but then advocated Corporatism as a social organization model while replacing the notion of Socialism by Anti-Capitalism and then supported an Authoritarian state which would plan the economy while also parliamentarism would be repealed.

The ideology of Neosocialism also believes that it is necessary to adapt to the evolution of Capitalist society in which does not seem to be self-destructing that was contrary to Marxist predictions while the state must have a privileged role in the management of property which is must be individual but also Marcel Déat is against Collectivization or a revolution because the chaos is according to himself the credo of the Fascists but in these points, he fiercely opposes the Marxism but close to Planism and he believes that it is necessary to go through an intermediate regime while not to wait for the political vacuum for Socialism to take hold.

In 1932, Marcel Déat was elected deputy of the 20th Arrondissement of Paris against Jacques Duclos who is a Communist but then in November 5th 1933, Déat along the other Neosocialists were expelled from the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) for their revisionist views including disagreements with Léon Blum's policies toward Prime Minister Édouard Herriot who is from the "Radical Party" as the leader of the second "Cartel des Gauches/Cartel of the Left" and then later the official position of the (SFIO) supported the Cartel without participating in the government which it considered bourgeois.

Marcel Déat joined the "Socialist Party of France/Jean Jaurès Union" (PSdF) lead by Pierre Renaudel that was made out of Neosocialists along with Planists who are rejected by Left-Wing Pivertists & Centrist Blumists while some of it's members followed Déat after had declared at a congress of the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) that the new slogan of the Socialists should become Order, Authority & Nation with a speech following which Léon Blum had declared to be frightened while also the Neosocialists wanted to reinforce the state against an economic crisis open themselves to the middle classes or participate in Non-Socialist governments and then in 1935, the political party have been merge with the "Republican-Socialist Party" along with the "French Socialist Party" to form the "Socialist Republican Union" lead by Joseph Paul-Boncour.

Marcel Déat who was a speaker since 1933, at a protest rally against Adolf Hitler's pursued Racism or Anti-Semitism throughout the 1930s while he speaks at various "International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism" (LICRA) Anti-Nazi meetings and then in November 1935, he participated in a protest meeting against the Nuremberg Laws while he says we are a people of mestizos Invoking Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling, Immanuel Kant, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe & Friedrich Schiller of German Idealism while he wanted Germany to reconnect with humanism to regain its true face.

Marcel Déat was a Pro-Zionist who is a member of the "Committee France-Palestine" and also a member of the "Committee for the Defense of the Rights of the Israelites in Central & Eastern Europe"

Marcel Déat along with relatives joined the "Republican Socialist Union" (USR) but then Déat became a member of the "Vigilance Committee of Anti-Fascist Intellectuals" lead by François Walter but in 1936, Déat became the Minister of Air in the French government but he quickly resigned his post over disputes with Prime Minister Albert Sarraut with the increasing threats represented by Nazi Germany even Pacifism is an important part of Déat's commitment and then the (USR) rallied to Prime Minister Léon Blum after the victory of the "Popular Front" lead by Maurice Thorez but then Déat was defeated in the French Parliamentary Elections of 1936.

In April 25th 1936, the "Republican Socialist Union" (USR) has "Le Droit de vivre" newspaper called for a vote for Marcel Déat while publishing his photo because he was one of the French politicians who protested the most against Racism or Anti-Semitism but then he goes to the chamber of deputies as a delegate from Angouleme and supported the "Popular Front" before denouncing Communist infiltration of it but then in 1938, after Léon Blum was replaced by Édouard Daladier which marked the end of the "Popular Front", Déat took part in an Anti-Communist rally a year later after losing his former mandate to a Communist.

During the same year Marcel Déat made his support of the Munich Agreement in an article that was titled Why Die for Danzig?, published in a newspaper called "L'Œuvre" in which augured that France should avoid war with Nazi Germany if it seized Poland but then the publication caused a widespread controversy that propelled Déat to national fame who would collaborate with the newspaper during the entire period of Vichy France during World War Two (1939-1945) and Déat also denouncing the guarantees given by Great Britain to Poland while rebelled against the idea that French workers or peasants had to shed their blood for such a distant cause.

Marcel Déat smiled at the forgery of the Polish people who felt they could victoriously confront the German Army with its armored divisions while he accuses the leaders of France for warmongering that are being manipulated by a Capitalist Britain seeking to defend its economic empire by using this country but then during World War Two (1939-1945) after the Battle of France in 1940, he supported Germany's occupation of Northern France while he took up residence in Vichy France that was lead by Philippe Pétain and then he supported the Armistice of June 22th 1940, requested by Pétain but then the appointment of Pierre Laval as Vice-President of the council.

Marcel Déat who was a political ally of Adolf Hitler & Pierre Laval but hated by Philippe Pétain left for Paris to try unify the French collaborating movements of the German occupation of Northern France in order to create a single party which would be the spearhead of a National Socialist revolution modelled on its German or Italian neighbours while he proposed Pétain to form under his patronage a committee for the constitution of the single party in which he himself would be the president but Pétain who did not wish to follow up ask for a report to be drawn up while influenced by his Conservative entourage along with not following up on this totalitarian project and Déat then gradually distanced himself from Vichy France including its policy which considered too cautious or reactionary while he approached to the Nazi Germany.

Marcel Déat would collaborate with the "L'Œuvre" newspaper in his disagreement with Vichy France while refraining from attacking Philippe Pétain or Pierre Laval who could get him a position in the government but then in December 14th 1940, he along with Laval was briefly arrested by the Vichy police by order of General de La Laurencie and then following the failure of his attempt to form a single party, he undertook with the help of parliamentarians from the Leftists along with the Rightists.

In February 2th 1941, Marcel Déat created a political party called the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) but then German authorities imposed a fusion between the (RNP) & the "Revolutionary Social Movement" (MSR) lead by Eugène Deloncle as an inheritor of the "Cagoule" terrorist group but the merger between these two political party does not take place because of the rivalry of the leaders with the divergence of the profiles of the members of the two organizations while the (MSR) retains its de facto autonomy within the (RNP) with its main role is to form the RNP's security service called the "National People's Legion" and in April 1941, the (RNP) occupies the premises of the "International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism" (LICA).

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP)

Marcel Déat has modelled the political party on the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) in order to seduce his electorate popular middle class people while the name of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) as a reference to the "Popular Rally" as the original name of the "Popular Front" and as the central level there are 15 main leaders of the political party since February 2013, 6 come from the (SFIO), 6 from certain Neo-Socialist parties, 1 from the French Communist Party (PCF) but then the "French Popular Party" (PPF) lead by Jacques Doriot & 2 come from the Right-Wing.

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP) has members that came from the urban middle classes such as employees that are civil servants, teachers, craftsmen, traders & Liberal professions while the political party has few workers especially railway workers and in total the political party has older intellectual members but therefore less activist, than the "French Popular Party" (PPF) & the "Francist Movement" lead by Marcel Bucard.

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP) in quantitative terms failed to seduce the masses just like all the parties of collaboration but it generally granted members between 20,000 & 30,000 and in 1942, the political party reached its peak as other estimates give it only 2,640 truly active members of whom were only 13% industrial workers.

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP) has a militant weekly is called Le National Populaire while the political party was supported by the L'Œuvre newspaper that Marcel Déat have worked with in the past and there are other French Collaborationist Socialist newspapers that supported the (RNP) such as L'Atelier, L'Effort, La France Socialiste, Le Rouge et le Bleu & the Germinal newspaper.

Political Ideology

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP) is in favour of a one party Fascist regime in a unified Socialist Europe while it defends the principle of universal suffrage, public schooling, an secular line & the maintenance of busts of a national personification called Marianne but in town halls and in the writings of Marcel Déat he claims the Republican mixed revolutionary tradition that affirms praises the kinship between Jacobinism & Totalitarianism while he thinks the revolutionary state of the French First Republic in 1793, is singularly close to the totalitarian state but it is not at all a Capitalist or a Liberal state.

Marcel Déat says that the French Revolution (1789-1799) has tended towards a National Democratism while he says that the French people are now tending towards National Socialism But in his claims the first movement was as revolutionary as the second that has the same meaning while it went in the same direction but it is absolutely wrong to pit the revolutionary ideals against each other and also the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) has less violent Anti-Semitism than the "French Popular Party" (PPF).

Marcel Déat from the outset intended to give preponderance to his Socialist friends for the programmatic part by creating a series of commissions along wit study committees that brings together the thinking heads of the Left-Wing while welcoming the fact that he could use his extensive links in the academic world as well as in all kinds of technical or intellectual circles and after the departure of the Right-Wing elements of the "Revolutionary Social Movement" (MSR), Ernst Achenbach suggested that Déat make contact with the masses while insist on the socialist orientation of his movement but in fact the standing vommittee, the governing body of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) included twelve people from the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO), the "Socialist Party of France/Jean Jaurès Union" (PSdF) & the Republican Socialist Union (USR).

Political Entryism

In the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) there are some activists with two different political tendencies that will try to carry out a strategy of Entryism that is to tactically form an influential group that can change its policy in the desired direction for example there are some Trotskyists who accustomed to the strategy of entryism within the Left-Wing parties and there are some Algerian Nationalist Militants who hope to advance the cause of the independence of their country.

Trotskyist Entryism

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP) has a small group of Trotskyists that came from the "Internationalist Communist Party" (PCI) lead by Raymond Molinier become the members of this political party including Henri Molinier, Roger Foirier, Maurice Déglise and then André Gailledrat dit Morgat & Jean Desnots.

Algerian Nationalists Entryism

The "National Popular Rally" (RNP) has some North African Anti-Colonialist Nationalists play the card of collaboration with Nazi Germany that gives them hope for the independence of Algeria in order to weaken France but with this in mind several Algerian Nationalist leaders of the "Algerian People's Party" (PPA) lead by Messali Hadj especially the team that favoured action in France but not in Algeria entered this political party in hoping that it would serve as a cover for their action for example the "North African Committee of the RNP" from May 1941 to 1944 was lead by Secretary General Mohamed el-Maadi who is a member of the "North African Star" but tempted by the "Algerian People's Party" then joined the "Hood" (Osarn) and then in 1943, he was expelled from the (RNP) for plays the German card too much while then he created the "North African Legion" as Pro-German military unit.

Trade Union Organisations

In April 1941, the "Centre Syndicaliste de Propagande" (CSP) was created by a team of the trade union newspaper called "L'Atelier" who joined the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) such as Francis Delaisi, Georges Albertini & Georges Dumoulin in the expectation of creating a national trade union rally while in the meantime the (CSP) is a think tank pressure group calling for a labour charter that is more favourable to employees and there are general secretaries of this group such as Georges Dumoulin, Aimé Rey, Roger Bertrand, Kléber Legeay & René Mesnard.

The Social Labour Front (FST)

In July 1942, the "Social Labour Front (FST)" was created by Francis Desphelippon that wanted this union to have cells in the companies while the "Union of North African Workers" (UTNA) brings together the North Africans who were 3,000 recruited members including among the 18,000 unskilled workers hired for the construction of the Atlantic Wall during the war and the (UTNA) was lead by Mohamed Laroubi, Amar Khider & Si Djilani.

The Union de l'Enseignement

In November 1942, the "Union de l'Enseignement" was created to bring together the teachers of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) while the union secretary was Pierre Vaillandet who is a professor at the "École Normale Supérieure" (ENS) while also a "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) deputy of Vaucluse and also the union was directed by Georges Albertini but turns out to be a failure.

The League of French Thought

In November 30th 1942, the "League of French Thought" was created by René Château to bring together Pacifist Secular intellectuals along with the relatives of Marcel Déat but sometimes put off by the systematic alignment of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) with the "German National Socialist Party" while the league was made up of members that came from the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO), the French Communist Party (PCF), the General Confederation of Labour (CGT), the "National Union of Teachers" (SNI) & the "Radical Party" who are with the "National Federation of School Principals", the "League of Education" & the "Center of Youth Hostels" and also the league has Freemasons & former members of the "Vigilance Committee of Anti-Fascist Intellectuals".

The "League of French Thought" believes that the France must work with Nazi Germany to obtain in return the restoration of Secular or Republican institutions as well as a good place in a brand new Europe while the league is supporting the line of Pierre Laval and also opposed to Petainism described as Reactionary, Catholic, Regionalist & return to the land).

The "League of French Thought" us more or less frowned upon by the small collaborationist world because it is suspected of being a resurgence of the "League of Human Rights" or the "League of Education" and then in February 1943, René Château was expelled from the "National Popular Rally" (RNP).

The Peasant Centre

The "Peasant Centre" was created by René de Robert who is a agricultural engineer and a member of the "European Circle" while the members of the group was André Gorse, Julien Dobert & Jean Desnots who is a member of the central committee of the "French Communist Party" which switched to Trotskyism.

The National Popular Youth (JNP)

The "National Popular Youth" (JNP) was created by Roland Silly while it was lead by militants from the "Federation of Revolutionary Students" (SRF) or other structures of the Trostkyists among with other leaders such as Roland Goguillot who is known as Roland Gaucher as member of the (SRF) even the (JNP) has song that is a march of the "German Communist Party" and the (JNP) does not have a program of action but four commandments.

  • A Chef: Déat
  • A Mystic: Serving
  • A Doctrine: Socialism
  • A Motto: Heroic Times, Heroic Youth

This motto adopted at the first congress will serve as the theme for the posters illustrated by the Joseph Bara drum thus displaying the kinship claimed by the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) of the revolutionary Jacobin heritage and the "National Popular Youth" (JNP) has 2,500 members for the entirety of France.

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In June 23th 1941, Marcel Déat in his report to foreign minister Joachim Von Ribbentrop that advocated a peace treaty that would prevent the establishment of a Left-Wing government with an opposition against the "Axis Powers" in Europe but Otto Abetz the ambassador to France therefore favoured the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) in accordance with his personal inclinations as a former Social Democrat but also he preferred to work with former Socialists such as Marcel Déat with the collaborators mainly motivated by Pacifism with the idea of unifying Europe, even if it was under domination by Nazi Germany rather than the "French Popular Party" lead by Jacques Doriot for suspected of being too independent because he could end up imposing himself while arousing a national mystique capable of renovate the France in the National Socialist sense in which Berlin does not want.

Councillor Schleier noted that the vast majority of supporters of the policy of collaboration come from the French left as Otto Abetz pushed to promote the entry into the Vichy French government of trade unionists or Socialists who had acquired collaboration while Marcel Déat would eventually join the government and the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) lead by Marcel Déat continues to criticize Philippe Pétain along with the "French Popular Party" (PPF).

In July 8th 1941, the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) lead by Marcel Déat along with the "French Popular Party" (PPF) lead by Jacques Doriot & the "Francist Movement" lead by Marcel Bucard created a French unit of the German Wehrmacht that later affiliated with the Waffen-SS called the "Legion of French Volunteers Against Bolshevism" lead by Edgar Puaud and on August 27th 1941, Déat was wounded in an assassination attempt that carried out by French Resistance member Paul Collette who wanted to kill Pierre Laval who reviewed the French Wehrmacht soldiers at Versailles but then Déat recovered as he became a supporter of Laval who is now supported more Reactionary policies than Pétain even Laval had become prime minister of the Vichy France in 1942.

In October 1941, the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) rejected the "Revolutionary Social Movement" (MSR) lead by Eugène Deloncle after the terrorist attack carried out by Paul Collette and then the (RNP) have reorganized itself by excluding members suspected of being close to the (MSR) until the first months of 1942.

In March 16th 1942, Marcel Déat was at a conference at the grand theatre of tours but then an improvised explosive device was thrown from the third galleries but the wick came off when hitting the desk and the perpetrators of the attack such as the leaders of the National Front Louis André & Maurice Beaufils, Georges Bernard & Maxime Bourdon were founded to be shot along with four young Communists according to a witness to the attack.

The Anti-Semitism of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) is indisputable but it is behind that of the other political parties of collaboration while the leaders of the (RNP) demanding that the Jewish people should be rejected from the nation but not from humanity thus the internal bulletin of the (RNP) admits the distinctions between various categories of Jewish veterans and useful Jewish scholars, intellectuals & producers that must be integrated into the nation in which the "French Popular Party" (PPF) later violently criticized.

Marcel Déat writes in his political memoirs that he opposed radical Anti-Semitism while distinguishing between foreign Jews who had recently arrived as undesirables and French Jews who are assimilated in the nation even he had the names of them such as Henri Bergson who was acclaimed by the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) congress.

The National Revolutionary Front (FRN)

Marcel Déat who is the leader of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) was very disappointed not to accede to the Vichy French government in the wake of the return to power of Pierre Laval in April 1942, along with the occupation of Southern France by Nazi Germany with Fascist Italy during Operation Anton in November 1942, Marcel Déat devoted the next year to trying to achieve a single party of collaboration that would allow him to impose himself while following the meetings between himself & the "Revolutionary Social Movement" (MSR) lead by Eugène Deloncle who had known each other at the "French Section of the Workers' International" (SFIO) and then the (RNP) launched the "National Revolutionary Front" (FRN).

In February 28th 1943, the "National Revolutionary Front" (FRN) have been launched as a group during a public meeting at the Salle Pleyel while Marcel Déat managed to bring together the main collaborationist parties apart from the "French Popular Party" (PPF), the "Revolutionary Social Movement" (MSR), the "Francist Movement" (MF), the "Social Front of Labour" (FST) lead by Francis Desphelippon, the "Collaboration Group" lead by Alphonse de Châteaubriant & the "Anti-Bolshevik Action Committee" (CAA) lead by Paul Chack but this grouping had been imagined by Otto Abetz who wanted to put under control the "French Popular Party" (PPF) to be gone.

The "French Popular Party" (PPF) lead by Jacques Doriot refused the maneuver given by Otto Abetz but then Marcel Déat managed to debauch one of its leaders such as secretary Jean Fossati while he appointed Eugène Deloncle at the head of the "National Revolutionary Front" (FRN) however Henri Barbé knew the group would lead to nowhere and in April 11th 1943, a public meeting was held in the Winter Velodrome but without a future.

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In March 11th 1943, Marcel Déat escaped a terrorist attack by the French Resistance while staying with his wife Hélène Déat in his villa at Arbourse but in March 16th 1944, under pressure from Nazi Germany, Déat was appointed as Minister of Labour & National Solidarity of Vichy France with supported a policy of total collaboration with the "Axis Powers" while come into conflict with Pierre Laval who is now prime minister and the activity of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) is therefore neglected even he tried to make his mark while entrusted Ludovic Zoretti with the project of creating a worker's university.

In August 17th 1944, Marcel Déat along with his wife Hélène Déat fled to Nazi Germany, Sigmaringen during the Liberation of France where he retained his title as Minister of Labour in the government commission with the Vichy French government in exile with him while he lead the "National Popular Youth" (JNP) as Roland Gaucher would accompany Philippe Pétain into exile as well and in August 26th 1944, Déat was invited to the headquarters of Adolf Hitler while he mocks his colleague Abel Bonnard in reference to the former obsession with the single party even the members of the "National Popular Rally" (RNP) generally prefer to remain in France until the next year when the political party was dissolved.

In May 3th 1945, Marcel Déat along with his wife Hélène Déat fled to Italy to took refuge for three weeks in a chalet near Naturno, Trentin-Haut-Adige but the threat of imminent arrest forced him to flee across the mountain to Merano even he is helped by priests and then he including Hélène Déat & Marcel Déat who is a daughter left for Bolzano but later Milan, Lombardie in which he take on temporarily teaching.

In June 1945, Marcel Déat was sentenced to death in Absentia but was never arrested while in 1947, his family including himself moved from Genoa, Ligurie to Turin, Piémont in which he goes to a boarding school for girls run by nuns called the "Joan of Arc Institute" even he takes the maiden name of his wife and then he was used by a Catholic religious order in the convent from San Vito, Sardinia in which he becomes a Catholic but he stayed in Turin where he wrote his memoirs until he died in January 5th, 1955.


  • Neosocialism has the mind of Marcel Déat.
  • He lives in a villa with his waifu and it was sometimes damaged by Gaullism.
  • Wishing to have a revolutionary phrygian cap so he could wear it with certain French revolutionary ideologies who are friends with him.
  • He is a sidekick of French Fascism who help him fight against Communist ideologies but not Reactionary ideologies for a certain reason.
  • He has a best friend called French National-Collectivism because he has something most in common even other ideology balls did not realized that.
  • He likes travelling from France to Italy at Southwest Central Europe even he went to Catholic schools as a visitor.
  • He was a Secularist but he seems that Catholicism is fascinating.

How to Draw

Flag of Neosocialism
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill it with the color red.
  3. Draw a white square at 90° angle.
  4. Draw blue upside down Othala rune from the flag on the white square.

You are done!

Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #002654 0, 38, 84
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Red #CE1226 206, 18, 38



  • Jacobinism - Long Live The French Revolutionary Spirit!
  • French National-Collectivism - We are Best Friends Forever even nobody noticed us together like this.
  • Strasserism - Thank You, for making a French version of yourself.
  • Babouvism - I am proud to wear this revolutionary cap just like you but if I have one already.
  • Pan-Europeanism - The most revolutionary civilization in the world is European Civilization.
  • French Republicanism - Every civilization must protest their traditions just like the French protecting the tradition of a Republic!
  • French Patriotism - I am proud to be French!
  • Fascist Syndicalism - Workers Of The Nation, Unite!
  • Social Corporatism - It was also known as Socialist Corporatism.
  • National Agrarianism - Not only industrial workers will triumph but also agriculture workers as well just like you.
  • Socialism - I am the newest version of you but still without Marxism into the mix.


  • Nazism - I like your economic policy and some aspects of your social policy. Maybe someday we will become unified under one state, but in the meantime, can you please cool it with the Antisemitic remarks?
  • Classical Fascism - I feel bad about you getting cancelled by the Italian Socialist Party but if this does not happen so that means your life will be like Bombaccism.
  • French Constitutionalism - "Viva La Revolution" this revolutionary peace of paper have to be reformed just like the other constitutions from every nation who has one.
  • French Fascism - You're a fellow hero but why are you so against Socialism?
  • Mediacracy - The news media can be used for good and evil at the same time.
  • Radicalism - You have been my amazing babysitter but we are all extremists even your name says so.
  • Technocracy - Please be calm around my friends just because they are Socialist just like even I have accepted your amazing plans.
  • Trotskyism - I feel bad for you being killed by a P3dostache Communist but your followers have helped me even though they are Jewish like you.
  • Alter-Globalism - It was also known as Socialist Ethnopluralism even he was not Ethnopluralism.
  • Democratic Socialism - You have rejected me but I have continued your goals of the future with my amazing thought even in failure
  • Algerian Separatism - Would you rather have Algeria an independent country or a French colony department?
  • French Left-Conservatism - I wish you were here to support me even in the future.
  • Yellow Socialism - You are a Reactionary version of me but that's fine.
  • Catholic Fascism - I guess that Catholic Christianity won't hurt me a but if I give it a try at the end of the life road.
  • Integral Nationalism - You are a reactionary yellow socialist but want a monarchy. at least you worked with sorel
  • Neo-Bonapartism - You called yourself a monarcho socialist!?!?


  • Progressive Absolutism - You are a Cancel Culture Counter-Revolutionary Tyrant that the world does not want.
  • Reactionary Capitalism - Wait you can't be that guy no no no no no no.
  • Churchillism - That Jabba The Hut ruins everything! For example he ruined France with British Imperialism!
  • Rooseveltanism - I thought the United States of America is the land of the free and home of the brave but not a British puppet state with a fake false revolution that fooled the people around the world.
  • Bio-Posadism - You're degenerate for not washing your hands for a reason.
  • Marxism - I know you have some good ideas but I can't trust a 19th Century Jewish Hippie who lives in London for some reason.
  • Reformist Marxism - You have cancelled me idiot.
  • Marxism-Leninism - The "Legion of French Volunteers Against Bolshevism" will fight against your oversized moustache.
  • Gaullism - The Attack Of The Seagaulls.
  • Police Statism - F** The Vichy Police who arrested me for what purpose.
  • British Imperialism - I least you did not have Algeria otherwise the world's balance will crumble.
  • Anti-Fascism - I have seen the woke future of you and this is why I have become myself from your influence.

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