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Right-Wing Populism shortened to RightPop, also known as National Populism or Neo-Nationalism is a culturally right-wing to far-right, nationalist, in theory civically apathetic but mostly slightly authoritarian, and economically variable (ranges from center-left to right-wing) ideology. It is a rebranded version of National Conservatism combined with Populist rheotric.

RightPop's primary belief is that the West's Metropolitan Elite or raw progressive rules are actively trying to destroy Institutions of the nation primarily through the method of unrestricted and mass migration (although they might mention other methods, countering of these methods then forms RightPop's policies).

The term right-wing populism is used to describe groups, politicians and political parties that are generally known for their opposition to Immigration, Globalism, Multiculturalism, the "Liberal Elite" and in Europe, the EU. Right-wing populism is generally associated with ideologies such as Social Conservatism, Cultural Nationalism, Climate Skepticism, Neo-Nationalism, Anti-Globalization, Nativism and Protectionism.

Right-Wing Populists may support expanding the Welfare State, but only for the "deserving", this concept has been referred to as Welfare Chauvinism and is primarily popular in Europe. However there still is a good amount of them who traditionally support Economic Liberalism, specially in the Anglosphere and Latin America.



Neo-nationalism, or new nationalism, is an ideology and political movement built on the basic characteristics of classical nationalism. It developed to its final form by applying elements with reactionary character generated as a reaction to the political, economic and socio-cultural changes that came with globalization during the second wave of globalization in the 1980s.
In its extreme forms, neo-nationalism is associated with several positions such as right-wing populism, anti-globalization, nativism, Protectionism, opposition to immigration, Islamophobia in non-Muslim-majority countries, and Euroscepticism, where applicable. With globalisation and the idea of a single nation, neo-nationalists see the problems of identification and threatened identities. They call for the protection of symbolic heritage, like art and folk traditions, which is also common for Cultural Nationalism. However, contrary to popular belief that Neo-Nationalists were capitalists and anti-communists in general, there are several proponents of Neo-Nationalists who are under Communist or Socialist quadrants, such as Xi Jinping from China, Kim Jong-un from North Korea and the Vietnamese Communist Party.

Right-Wing Euroscepticism

Right-Wing Euroscepticism is a version of euroscepticism that focuses on the issues the right-wing has with the European Union. The right-wing focuses more on nationalism and unrestricted immigration, seeing these policies as erasing the national identity of the countries residing within the European Union, along with noting the wasteful bureaucracy which is seen as undemocratic, and lacking transparency over its member states. Right-wing populists are more likely to be hard eurosceptics, seeing the European Union as fundamentally unreformable because of the Treaty of Rome.




Rise in the 2010s


Around the world

United States

One of the earliest examples of right-wing populism in America was the political campaigns of Pat Buchanan, former advisor to Ronald Reagan and one of the founding voices of Paleoconservatism. Buchanan was a controversial figure for his far-right views on certain issues, specifically his defence of Hitler and denial of the holocaust. Buchanan was critical of the more "liberal" direction the Republican Party was taking under George HW. Bush and decided to challenge him in the 1992 Republican Primaries, only to be unsuccessful. In 1999, he left the GOP to join Ross Perot's Reform Party. He ran in 2000 against George W. Bush and Al Gore, his campaign focused on Isolationism, Protectionism and opposition to immigration. None of his campaigns were very successful, but his large influence on the American far-right is often cited as a important footnote.

The Tea Party

The Tea Party was a political movement that was opposed to the policies of The Obama Administration. It had close ties to the The GOP and was based off radical fiscally conservative principals. The movement was divided between the more libertarian faction, represented by Ron Paul and the one tied closer to the Christian Right within the Republican Party represented by Sarah Palin. The biggest dividing issue was foreign policy, with the former favoring a non-interventionist approach while the latter was much more hawkish. The Tea Party's greatest success came in the 2010 midterm elections with many Tea Party candidates beating more establishment GOP candidates in the primary before going on to win the general election. Some notable Tea Party candidates from this election include Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, and Mike Lee. Many in the Tea Party movement were early supporters of Donald Trump, with Trump saying in August 2015 "The tea party people are incredible people. These are people who work hard and love the country and they get beat up all the time by the media." A CNN poll in January 2016 showed that 37% of self identified Tea Party voters supported Donald Trump while the next highest was Ted Cruz at 34%.


Trumpism represents the ideology of the 45th United States President Donald Trump and his supporters. He believes in many conservative policies, such as American Nationalism and strict opposition to illegal immigration.

Donald Trump ran for president as a candidate for the Republican Party. He mainly focused on issues such as illegal immigration, Islamic terrorism, political correctness, and reforming the federal government. Despite being very controversial with The Media and Liberals, he also became popular with the party's voters. Trump won the primary and was nominated as the GOP's candidate for president, against Hillary Clinton. In the general election, both candidates turned out to be generally unpopular with the public though Hillary was mostly favored to win, both by the media and polls. Trump won the election in a huge upset and became president on January 20th, 2017.

His most recognized accomplishment was consistent economic growth, despite greatly increasing the national debt. This came to an end with the COVID-19 Recession of 2020. He denies climate change and has rolled back on policies meant to limit its effects, although he has been a conservationist in many regards (Great American Outdoors Act, 1 Trillion Trees Initiative). His party repealed the least popular part of Obamacare, the individual mandate, although he failed to implement "TrumpCare". He has greatly increased border security and enforcement, garnering much controversy for the treatment of illegal immigration compared to past presidents. In terms of foreign policy, he has taken a hawkish approach on Venezuela and Iran, supported Saudi Arabia's invasion of Yemen and doubled the drone strikes from Obama's administration. However, he has also withdrawn troops from Syria and expanded outreach to North Korea. He has been staunchly supportive of Israel and held close ties with the country's PM Benjamin Netanyahu, under his presidency the US declared Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. During his presidency he was friendly to many international right-wing leaders including Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson in Britain, Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, Viktor Orbán in Hungary, Narendra Modi in India, Marine Le Pen in France, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Turkey, Jarosław Kaczyński in Poland, Horacio Cartes in Paraguay, Hong Joon-pyo in South Korea, Najib Razak in Malaysia, Matteo Salvini in Italy and Geert Wilders in the Netherlands. While having a mixed relationship with Vladimir Putin of Russia, who he was initially friendly with which caused many to claim the two were in cahoots, despite this he also continued many sanctions towards Russia and aided the troops in Ukraine against him. In 2020, Trump was met with criticism concerning his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests across the country.

In 2020, the Democratic Party nominated Joe Biden to run against Trump in the 2020 United States Presidential Election. Biden was controversially supported by (self-proclaimed former) Alt-Right figure Richard Spencer, who had previously endorsed Trump in 2016. [17]

In the election, Joe Biden won with 306 electoral votes while Trump garnered 232. Biden gained 51.3% of the popular vote compared to Trump earning 46.9%. Trump, after hearing this news, denied the results and refused to concede, claiming voter fraud. Due to these claims, Trump supporters attacked and stormed the United States Capitol Building in an attempt to overturn the election results and allow Trump to continue in office for a second term. This insurrection failed and Joe Biden still became the 46th President of the United States.

Donald Trump and his supporters still believe the election was rigged and have attempted to make claims that Trump will be reinstated as president at some point in 2021 or later. Many have also denied responsibility for the storming of the Capitol, instead claiming that the events were a false flag organised by other actors (such as Antifa and/or the FBI etc) with the intention of discrediting or even criminalising the MAGA movement.

On November 15, 2022, Trump announced he would run for president again in 2024. Prior to his announcement he preemptively attacked Governors Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin, seeing them as potential rivals in the GOP primary.

On January 21, Ron DeSantis has dropped out, leaving only Nikki Haley to oppose Donald Trump

On March 6th, Nikki Haley dropped out, leaving Donald Trump as the presumptive nominee for the GOP.

Christian Trumpism

Christian Trumpism is a variant of Trumpism that seeks to combine the ideology of Donald Trump with Christianity. Part of the broader Christian Right, Christian Trumpists oppose abortion, pornography, LGBT+ rights, Multiculturalism, and comprehensive sex education while supporting American exceptionalism, Christian Nationalism, and the end-times.

In 2020, over 80% of white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump. In contrast, 64% of Protestants of ethnic minorities, including over 90% of black Protestants, voted for Joe Biden.[18]

Christian Trumpists compare Nehemiah's wall around Jerusalem to Trump's wall keeping out the enemy, among whom, include Mexican migrants, LGBT+ people, Satanists, and occasionally Catholics.

Southern Baptist pastor and Fox News commentator Robert Jeffress believes that governments have one responsibility, which is Romans 13. This same chapter has been used to by former U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions to claim justification for Donald Trump's policy on separating children from immigrant families.

Esoteric Trumpism

Esoteric Trumpism, also known as Trumpist Mysticism, is an offshoot of Trumpism that goes beyond the realms of the supernatural and paranormal. This variant of Trumpism is very reminiscent of Paganism in which adherents view Donald Trump as a god and therefore must be loyal to him.





France's far-right party National Front was founded in 1972 by Jean-Marie Le Pen and Several others. The party was well known for its racism, xenophobia, and Holocaust denial. Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of the party and multiple time candidate referred to the Holocaust as "a detail of history". In 2011, Jean's youngest daughter Marine took control of the party, ditching some of the party's extreme policies. Marine was pro-choice, LGBT friendly, and Liberal on several other social issues. Also under Marine, the party became more supportive of Protectionism and welfare benefits, but only for disingenuous French citizens.

In the 2017 election, she made it to the 2nd round but lost in a landslide to Macron.

In 2018 the party was renamed to "National Rally" as Marine Le Pen tried to clean up the party's image.

Recently, due to Macron becoming increasingly unpopular with the French public. Le Pen lead in the polls for the first round of the 2022 election and was catching up to him in the second. However, Macron ultimately won the election, albeit by a reduced majority.


The Alternative for Germany party is a right-wing populist and national-conservative political party in Germany, founded in 2013 by Bernd Lucke. In its early years, the party campaigned for soft eurosceptic and national liberal policies such as leaving the Eurozone and returning to the D-Mark, ending bailouts to economically weak EU member states along with mildly conservative stances on social issues. Under the new leader Frauke Petry, the party experienced a sharp turn rightwards (causing Lucke to leave the party), and would much later be catapulted into the national parliament in 2017 after gaining momentum from the 2015 refugee crisis. It became known for its hardcore populist rhetoric, islamophobic (and often xenophobic) sentiment and in recent times, connections to anti-mask and anti-vaccine initiatives. Furthermore, the party campaigns for the introduction of Swiss-style referendums and public consultations.

The AfD remains a constant fixture in modern German politics, although other parties are almost universally opposed to forming any sorts of coalitions with the party.

The Liberal Conservative Reformers (originally named Alliance for Progress and Renewal) are a minor, conservative-liberal party founded by original AfD founder Bernd Lucke in 2015 after Frauke Petry's victory in the AfD's internal power struggle. It supports economic liberalism, soft euroscepticism and other policies reminiscent of the AfD's original years. The party remains rather small and unsuccessful.

The Blue Party was another minor offshot from the AfD which existed from 2017 to 2019. It was founded by Frauke Petry and her lawyer, the former of whom, after being responsible for the rightward shift of the AfD, was herself eventually pressured to leave her party due to the ever continuing rightward shift of the AfD and its lack of distancing from extremist factions such as Der Flügel, thus motivating her to found a new party. Its policies were mostly national liberal and could be best defined as slightly to the right of the LKR's policies. The party failed to gain any form of popularity and was formally dissolved on 31 December 2019.


Orbanism is an economically center to center-right, culturally right-wing, and strongly authoritarian ideology used to represent prime minister of hungary Viktor Orban.


Lega Nord was originally a big tent secessionist party who wants the independence of the North Italy (named by them:Padania). Under Salvini the party moved further to the right and became a national populist party with a campaign using the line "Italy First" reminiscent of Trump's "America first" campaign.








The Political Party Vox is the most successful right-wing populist party in Spain. It supports Spanish Nationalism, Centralism, Nativism, Economic Liberalism, Atlanticism, Protectionism, Soft Euroscepticism and Traditionalism.

This political party was founded at the end of 2013 like a split of People's Party mainly formed from Centralists against the autonomy statutes, Neoconservatives and Social Conservatives.

The first election in which the party stood it was the 2014 European Parliament elections with Alejo Vidal-Quadras Roca as a candidate in which the party got 246,833 votes, finishing 11th in those elections, but despite the large number of votes received, could not get any seats, after participating in several elections without much success,o nly having some success in Melilla and Madrid, but during the summer of that year the party suffered an internal crisis in which people like Ignacio Camuñas, Cristina Seguí and even Alejo Vidal-Quadras Roca.

But in 2014 Santiago Abascal and he became the chairman of the party, which he remains to this day. In February 2015 the political party called Right Navarre and Spanish that now is called "Vox Navarre". Later the party focused on the regional elections of that year and only getting 22 councilors and 2 mayors.

The party became more radicalized since the formation decided to participate in the Eurosceptic convention that took place in Koblenz where Santiago Abascal had contact with people like Marine Le Pen, Frauke Petry and Geert Wilders, for after have a very close contact with Steve Bannon, also in the same year was one of the political parties that made the most activism against the Catalan independence Movement.

In the Andalusian regional elections of 2018 the party got 396,607 votes obtaining the 5th place obtaining representation for the first time of those elections and got 12 seats due to his Anti-Immigration, Traditionalist and Spanish Nationalist speech, but when it began to have more voice it was in the Spanish General elections of the 2019, in April it got 2,688,092 and 24 seats, but when the elections were held again in November of the same year, in this case it reached 3,656,979 votes and having 52 seats and a greater representation in the Congress of Deputies would not have much success in 2020. with the regional elections of the Basque Country and Galicia but in 2021 and 2022 the party have already begun to have a large number of votes in Madrid, Catalonia, Castile and Lion and Andalusia, governing as vice presidents in Castile and Lion, along with PP.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom Independence Party aka UKIP. As its name states, was a party mainly focused on the secession of the UK from the EU, led by Nigel Farage. Originally branded as a Classical Liberal/ Libertarian party with nationalistic and populist tendencies. They started to gain traction in the 2010s, attracting the growing eurosceptics in the country and defecting Tories who were disappointed in the more liberal direction the party was going under David Cameron. They also caused tons of controversy, due to their heavy focus on anti-immigration and British nationalism, which caused people to deem them as "racist" and "xenophobic". While not getting any seats in UK parliament due to the country's FPTP system, it got the third highest popular vote in the 2015 UK election and got the most seats in EU parliament in 2014. In 2016, The UK voted to leave the EU, which was what Farage and the rest of the party wanted from the beginning. Farage stepped down as leader due to finally accomplishing his life-dream and UKIP was now stuck in a weird position because of it. However due to Theresa May's delays on Brexit, UKIP could now see a second-boost from this. But instead, the party moved more to the fringe right under Gerard Batten, who hired far-right figures like Tommy Robinson and focused more on opposition to Islam. This caused Farage to leave the party and start another under the name of the "Brexit Party", which took all of UKIP's seats in EU parliament. Now that the UK has finally left the EU, as of 2021, Farage is now officially retired from politics.

Former Prime Minister and leader of the Tory Party, Boris Johnson has been cited as espousing populist rhetoric and policies, specifically during his campaigning for Brexit and the 2019 UK Election. During his premiership, he has implemented stronger limits on immigration based on the point-based system in Australia and law and order policies. However, recently he has come into conflict with other right-wing populists over his lockdown restrictions during COVID.


Jair Bolsonaro, the ex-president of Brazil is known and controversial for his ultra-conservative social views, believing in a society based around strong Christian Values. Being opposed to Secularism, Homosexuality, Feminism, Immigration and Environmentalism. He holds a open admiration of Brazil's past Right-Wing Military Dictators and Pinochet, who he says "didn't kill enough communists". Also a proponent of neoliberal economics who advocates for heavily amounts of deregulation and decentralization of Brazil's economy, as well as supporting free trade and gun rights.


Reform Party of Canada was a right-wing populist party from the late 80s to early 2000s, that split off from the Progressive Conservative Party after disaffection with the leadership of Brian Mulroney, along with members of the old Social Credit Party, which at that time was actively falling apart. Led by Preston Manning, a former Social Credit Party member, the party advocated for Fiscal and Social Conservatism. It took over most of the Tories support and seats, although only gaining a small percent of the popular vote causing failed to go too far electorally due to the voter split between parties and the Canadian FPTP system, especially as the PCs had similar amounts of votes causing large splits in non conservative areas. In 2000, the Reform party along with PC members became the Canadian Conservative Reform Alliance (Canadian Alliance). The Alliance started with most of the same ideals in a more moderate light however it later became more moderate and focused on moderate Social Conservatism and fiscal issues. In 2001-2002, due to ideological issues the party split in 2 creating the Democratic Representative Caucus. The Caucus joined into a coalition with the PCs and advocated that the Progressive Conservatives and Canadian Alliance should become a single party.

In 2003, both parties merged and eventually became the current Canada Conservative Party, although most of the party had abandoned right-wing populist ideals in favour of a more moderate way. In 2018, former Canada Conservative Party MP Maxime Bernier founded the People's Party of Canada (PPC). A year prior, Bernier was a candidate for party leadership and had a strong lead in the polls, but ultimately lost to Andrew Scheer by just 1.90%. The party supports a libertarian economic agenda and Cultural Nationalism, it strongly opposes multiculturalism and mass-immigration, while promoting Climate Change Denialism.

In 2017 to 2019 Right-Wing Populism became a large factor in the Conservative wave that changed the governments of most provinces to Conservative or Progressive Conservative Parties. And again in 2022 they were a factor in the freedom convoy / convoy occupation, a protest that wanted moderate reform for the vaccine mandates and passport system before Right Wing populist elements became the overall majority and started bringing in a political element. In the aftermath of the convoy protests in Canada much of the conservative party which were either supportive or neutral to the protests removed the more moderate party leadership in a leadership review and started a new leadership election. Three of the candidates for this leadership election: Pierre Poilievre, Leslyn Lewis, and Roman Baber have all supported Right Wing Populist ideas, with Pierre Poilievre earning the nickname of Canada's Trump in many circles. With these candidates polling ahead of their more moderate rivals and Party being lead by more populist leaders, and the PPC getting more support Right Wing populism seems close to a real nation wide revival.

South Africa

Eugène Terre'Blanche was a South African police officer and politician. At 1973 he founded the Afrikaner Resistance Movement, a white nationalist and separatist party seeking the creation of an ehtnostate for the Boers/Afrikaners , aka Volkstaat. Despite being called a Neo-Nazi by his opponents, he identified as a defender of the Boer nation and Christian nationalism. Terre'Blanche was assasinated in 2010 by two blacks.

In 2019, one of Terre'Blanche's students, Pieter Groenewald, was considered to be his succesor, with his party, Freedom Front Plus, winning 10 seats in South African Parliament. Groenewald was more moderate than his mentor, supporting both the Volkstaat movement and Cape independence.


Main Article: Ethnonationalism


The 63rd Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (assumed office from 2012 to 2020), a member of the right-wing organisation Nippon Kaigi, has promoted ideas of new nationalism, as does the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan.


Right-wing populism main priority is culture war values, being strongly opposed to Islamism, mass immigration and Globalism. Some take it even further being against cancel culture and what they see as "gender ideology". Economically it is variable (but usually right leaning), ranging from figures and parties such as Marine Le Pen and The National Rally in France or Law and Justice in Poland who want to nationalize the economy and expand the welfare state, to ones such as Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil or Vox in Spain who want to deregulate the economy and cut social services.

Right-wing populism is used as a strategy in some cases, by growning conservative political parties. In order to bring together members from all  right-wing views, common values of them are emphasized and  pro-people discourses are adopted. Republican Party in the USA, United Russia in Russia and AK Party in Turkey are right-wing populist political parties with like a right-tent structure.

Many right-wing individuals or groups from classical liberalism, social conservatism, national liberalism, libertarianism, national conservatism, religious conservatism and ultranationalism unite under these political parties.


Right-wing populism is portrayed as a stereotypical... well... right-wing populist. Meaning that he's VERY conservative, often suspicious (but not hostile) of foreigners, LGBT+ people (Mostly, some do tolerate them while being sceptical towards the other categories (i.e. the T community), for instance Alice Weidel who's against discussion of sexuality prior to puberty and legalization of same-sex marriage despite being a lesbian), non-Christians (if applied to either America or Europe), takes national pride very seriously and NEVER shuts up about it, might even deny climate change or to put it simply, his personality will resemble people like Donald Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, Marine Le Pen, Matteo Salvini, Viktor Orbán, and Nigel Farage.

He is usually portrayed as being rather nationalistic, not liking the behaviour of progressives and/or socialists, and really loving conspiracy theories and memes, especially Pepe the frog for some reason. He also browses alternative social medias especially Gab, Telegram and GETTR as he often gets censored by mainstream social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

How to Draw

Flag of Right-Wing Populism

The symbol of right-wing populism is a white fist (representing the power of the common people) on a blue background (representing right-wing economical and cultural aspects).

  1. Draw a ball
  2. Fill it Blue
  3. Draw in a raised white fist
  4. Add eyes and you're done
  5. (Optional) Add a tin foil hat
Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #00A3E9 0, 163, 233
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255


The People


  • Conservative Liberalism - One of the better people on here. Burke is Our all's founding father and Churchill, Prager, Peterson, and Whatifalthist are Based with a Big "B"! Just Morrison and Truss are opportunist, corrupt, elitists and Peterson could be more socially conservative.
  • National Liberalism - Another based liberal that isn't a cuck and cares about his nation. UKIP is based as F***! However, Kurz disapointed me with alligning with The Greens and Covid restrictions and DPP is too degenerate, but at least they hate the CCP.
  • Reactionaryism - Sometimes gives good advice but let's keep the distance.
  • Posadism - Alien commie but we can fight the lizard together. Don't worry I will end you after.
  • Left-Wing Populism - My misguided sibling, who thinks that socialism will be good for the people, but at least he does care about the people.
  • Left-Wing Nationalism & Conservative Socialism - I love Nationalism and Conservatism, but I'm not a fan of left-wing ideologies.
  • Neoconservatism - YES! Put down the Islamic fundamentalist/Communist/Anarchist insurgency!!! But you're too globalist, elitist, help cuckservatives, Neolibtards and helped cause The 2015 refugee Crisis.
  • Neo-Libertarianism - Libertarian version of above.
  • Capitalism - Damn the commies. But you allow degeneracy.
  • Neoliberalism - Reagan, Thatcher, Friedman, and Pinochet's economics were pure triumphs but now you are all woke and globalist.
  • Ultranationalism - Nationalism is good and all, plus I appreciate the support, but I think you're going a bit too far.
  • Ethnonationalism - Same as above also you kinda remind me to them .
  • Paternalistic Conservatism - Has some good ideas, but is too economically left-wing to my liking.
  • Welfare Chauvinism - Same as above, but more patriotic. Just don't overshoot.
  • Piratism - We need to embrace free speech, it's a shame you support Trump's impeachment though.
  • Eco-Conservatism - Conservative tree-hugger. But I agree we need filters to remove chemicals that make frogs gay.
  • Eco-Nationalism - Nationalist tree-hugger.
  • Homoconservatism - See leftoids? Gays can be conservative too! As long as you don't push your ideology on me!
  • Libertarianism - Hates The Elites and my economically liberal counterparts admire your economics but you advocate for open borders and LGBT, 50% of The time. Milei is based though.
  • Hong Kong Protestors - FREE HONG KONG! Wait why is Joshua Wong praising CCP agents Greta Thunberg and AOC? But at least we both love Pepe the Frog. Also Jimmy Lai is based.
  • Milk Tea Alliance - I used to support some of you earlier, until these libtards and the elites were hijacking you all...
  • Alt-Right - I hate those neo-Nazis and white supremacists, I swear! Thanks for the support though.
  • Anarcho-Conservatism - Keep those borders closed, please.
  • Hoppeanism & Neoreactionaryism - There's no redpill I need to swallow.
  • Lukashism - ANTI-NATIONALIST SOYCIALIST TYR- Wait, you didn't fall into the Covid hoax? It is indeed better to be a dictator than to be-
  • Conservative Feminism - Pink pussy hat or MAGA hat, pick one.
  • Islamic Populism - Whose side are you on?.
  • Eco-Capitalism - See Marxists? Capitalism isn't bad for the environment. Don't bring me back into the Paris climate treaty hippie.
  • Bojoism - I liked Brexit and lifting covid restrictions, that's pretty much it. Give Kippers a chance now.
  • Regulationism & Fiscal Conservatism - Depends on my economic views.
  • Plutocracy - WE WORKING PEOPLE NEED TO RISE UP TO THE LIBERAL ELITE! Thanks for the money, Thiel and Rydzyk.
  • Christian Democracy - Nowadays you're a Christian ideology in name only. But I admire a lot of your early proponents.
  • Putinism - You had potential, and some of us still support you, but you many of us now dislike you because you invaded Ukraine and turned Russia into a dictatorship. At least, you fight woke ideology. (Give gas).
  • Neoluddism - I hate vaccines and microchips but I love Youtube and Alt-tech.
  • Zionism - We hate Soros, some of us think you are a good fighter against The Radical Islamic Insurgency but a lot hate you getting us into wars.
  • Police Statism - No more invigilation! Stop Social Distancing Communism! Capitol Hill riots were provoked! And Gender should matter. Giuliani and Arpaio were darn based and ignore Trump increasing Police Power.
  • Juche - Doesn't Kim know that my button is bigger and WORKS? Kim and Trump are good friends, but please stop being aggressive with nuclear threats...
  • National Radicalism - Excellent job at chasing Those Cults out and you're great Polish Patriots that tried best at destroying Sanitation. I defend you every time in Poland when Leftism labels you but Dmowski denounced you, Piasecki was a Commie betrayer and can... you just chill?
  • Authoritarian Conservatism - You have nice cultural policies, even if sometimes too extreme, but are too elitist for me.
  • Hindutva - You go too far and are the biggest victory of him, but I respect Narendra Modi somewhat.
  • Neo-Ottomanism - Keeps order in Turkey, has smart moves on diplomacy, owns Merkel and Macrons. But starts to tear on Populism more and more. ??? YOU'RE FLOODING US WITH ILLEGALS???!!!
  • Civil Libertarianism - Those damn Marxists and Wokes want to censor our free speech! But be more like them . Dobromir Sośnierz is based.
  • Civic Nationalism - Too moderate.
  • Ordo-Liberalism - Based economics but same as above also the CDU betrayed you why don't you side with AfD?
  • Secularism - Some of my modern adherents support you but others prefer religious governments.
  • Ilminism - Based anti-communism, manosphere, and nationalism but you had aggressive moments in The 1970s, and Illbe, as much as they redpill, they're still kinda scary.
  • Zelenskyism - Many of us such as Trump, Carlson, Ron Paul, Orban, Braun, Bosak, Korwin-Mikke and Farage, aren't fans of you as you seem to be a fake populist who is payrolled by The Oligarchy and a friend of The Wokes but Zemmour, Tice, Meloni, LDP, Duda and other atlanticists are supportive of your efforts and iron balls to fight Putin.
  • William Sherman - I don't know how to feel about you. On the know hand, a lot of Southerns that support me hate your guts, but on the other hand, you had said some of the most based things I heard about the press.

The Elites

  • Libtard - Get outta here and stop making frogs gay! I mostly hate the cultural values, with some of us being OK with economics.
  • Social Liberalism - Libtard socialist cultural Marxist, need me to explain more? Also, LET'S GO BRANDON!
  • Liberal Conservatism & Progressive Conservativism - Damn cuckservatives, there is a reason why Trump quit RPUSA and took over the GOP instead! I do kind of like Poroshenko as a conservative nationalist who fought against the oligarchy also Le Pen is culturally moderate. And Trump worked with Perot before he went on the right track.
  • Rockefeller Republicanism - Those RINOs are a thing because of you! Still, Eisenhower was great.
  • European Federalism - We got Brexit done and got our country back!
  • Multiculturalism - My culture, assimilate or go home.
  • Globalism - We're coming for ya globalist! I don't like 'em putting chemicals in the water that turn the freakin frogs gay!
  • World Federalism - STOP LYING, YOU'RE THE SAME THING!
  • Progressivism - Damn Cultural Marxist.
  • Social Democracy - Damn Actual Marxist.
  • Marxism–Leninism - Goddamn Actual Actual Marxist! At least you admit it, though.
  • Marxism - Actual Actual Actual Marxist. You're ruining Western civilization!
  • Cultural Marxism - One of the greatest modern evils, hail the lobster!
  • Democratic Socialism - Communist dictatorship disguised as democracy!
  • Socialism of the 21st Century - Socialism of XX'th Century, of XXI'st Century... does it matter? You're all commies with nationalist masks, no exception! Trump and Bolsonaro could have gotten you...
  • Castroism - ¡Patria y vida! ¡Viva Cuba libre!
  • Chavismo - We cannot let socialists take over, otherwise our currency will crash.
  • Refugees - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=toL1tXrLA1c&pp=ygUSdGhleSB0b29rIGVyIGplcmJz
  • White Nationalism - Nationalism is cool and all, but racism isn't. Thanks for the support.
  • Black Nationalism - The white racism the woke media is pushing on our generation! Also, owners of BLM literally just use the money to buy mansions!! Some "freedoms fighters" they are, you disgusting Neo-Marxist scum.
  • Environmentalism - Stop killing our jobs! The Paris climate treaty is nonsense.
  • Nazism - Hitler is a socialist! Also, Hitler believes in the environmentalist cucks, and loves those culture destroying Muslims!
  • Positive Christianity - Literally Merkelreich! And Alex Jones is afraid of Kanye.
  • Socialism - [Country] will never be a socialist country!
  • Jihadism - Hippity hoppity get the fuck out of my country.
  • Kemalism - Turkish succdem!
  • Ba'athism - Pretty sure you were behind 9/11 and hid the WMD in Syria.
  • Third Way - Get fucked Hillary. Can't stump the Trump! MAGA! And Billy, oh boy, let's not forget you allowed China into WTO.
  • Obamaism - Islamocommunist and a puppet of China, Cuba, and Iran. The problem with you wasn't the bombs you drop it was the bombs you didn't drop.
  • Bidenism - People are fleeing from socialism in Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela and you want to implement it in the US. I'm pretty sure Chavez came back from the dead to rig the 2020 presidential election.
  • Maoism & Marxism–Leninism–Maoism - THIS IS THE FUTURE LEFTOIDS WANT!
  • Dengism - The Chinese Communist Party is infiltrating Wall Street, hijacking capitalism, and corrupting Western elites to further their agenda. We must arrest all traitorous billionaires to stop the spread of Chinese communism. (At least you hate Soros tho...)
  • Anti-Fascism - You're the true fascist.
  • Pink Capitalism - You're selling trans pride socks? This is the death of Western civilization...
  • Queer Anarchism - [REDACTED]
  • Anarchism - Borders stay closed.
  • Eurocommunism - Didn't communism ruin the lives of millions of Europeans? Why do you support it?
  • Green Liberalism - How many years do we have to live, again?
  • Eco-Socialism - Bit of an oxymoron, Venezuela probably has a bad environment right? Thanks for taking votes from Democrats.
  • Feminism - You want women's rights, yet you protest against Le Pen the first possible female president of France and Giorgia Meloni the first female prime minister of Italy.
  • Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism - Libertarian, minus the good parts about it.
  • Liberal Socialism - All liberals support socialism, no exception. Except for these based ones.
  • Radical Feminism - Feminazis like you should go back to the kitchen and stop canceling me on Twitter!
  • Revolutionary Progressivism - Disgusting!
  • Corporatocracy - Big Tech just keeps on censoring conservatives.
  • Kleptocracy - Aren't you the Liberal Elites?
  • Blanquism - Damn the socialist elite!
  • Capitalist Transhumanism - Bill Gates is giving microchips to us through vaccines, and that's a bad thing.
  • Acid Communism & Existentialist Anarchism - You are the true conspirophiles, not me!
  • National Communism - Fake nationalist, still a commie.
  • Khrushchevism - Corn Syrup Commie, run for your lives!
  • Dawkinism - A faith-destroying soyboy who says that nationalism and patriotism are the greater modern threats, giving Trump and Brexit as examples, your master Hitchens is not much better.



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  1. A common trend among news/political outlets (usually on the centre) is to conflate right-wing populism with populism in general, despite it's certain destinctivness.
  2. Almost always on the cultural difference, sometimes economically
  3. Especially seen in politicians Pim Fortuyn and Alice Weidel.
  4. Especially against wars regarding the Middle East and Russia.
  5. Especially with regards to foreign policy with China and Latin America, reluctantly towards the Middle East and Russia.
  6. While President, Trump enacted pro-Ukraine policies with regards to its conflict with Russia, increasing sanctions on the latter. He was nevertheless accused of being pro-Russia due to his scepticism of NATO and alleged Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election in his favour. He has since openly supported the Russian annexation of southern regions of Ukraine, though he has also called Zelenskyy "honorable" and promised to send him more arms if Putin rejects his peace proposals.


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