Salazarism

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"Portugal was born in the shadow of the Catholic Church and religion, from the beginning it was the formative element of the soul of the nation and the dominant trait of character of the Portuguese people."

Salazarism is an authoritarian, culturally right-wing to far-right and economically centre-right ideology with a strong emphasis in Imperialism and Catholicism that was the sole ruling ideology of the Estado Novo, aka 2nd Portuguese Republic, a traditonalist corporatist dictatorship that ruled the country of Portugal and its imperial colonies from 1933 until the carnation revolution of 1974.

Despite several similarities, Salazarism refuses to associate with fascism as he deems him to be a godless heathen, and absolutely loathes Nazism, especially the esoteric variety as he deems it to be nothing more than "Pagan Caesarism". He is however very good friends with his fellow Iberian catholic Franco.

Beliefs

Portuguese nationalism

WIP

Portuguese Irredentism

WIP

National Conservatism

WIP

Traditionalism

WIP

Corporatism

The National Union ideology was corporatism, and it took as many inspirations from Catholic encyclicals such as Rerum novarum and Quadragesimo anno as well as from Mussolini's corporate state. Compared to Fascist parties, the National Union played a much smaller role in its regime. The National Union was set up to control and restrain public opinion rather than to mobilize it, and ministers, diplomats and civil servants were never compelled to join the party.

Lusitanian Integralism

Integralismo Lusitano was a Portuguese integralist political movement founded in Coimbra in 1914 that advocated traditionalism but not conservatism. It was against parliamentarism but favoured decentralization, national syndicalism, the Roman Catholic Church and the monarchy.

Pluricontinentalism

Pluricontinentalism was a geopolitical concept, positing that Portugal was a transcontinental country and a unitary nation-state consisting of continental Portugal and its overseas provinces. With origins as early as the 14th century, pluricontinentalism gained official state sponsorship in the Estado Novo regime.

Lusotropicalism

Lusotropicalism was first used by Brazilian sociologist Gilberto Freyre to describe the distinctive character of Portuguese imperialism overseas, proposing that the Portuguese were better colonizers than other European nations.

How to Draw

Flag of Salazarism
  1. Draw a ball
  2. Fill it with blue
  3. Add a white square to the middle
  4. Draw 5 blue shields in a cross formation inside the square
  5. Draw 5 balls inside each shield in a cross formation
  6. Add the eyes and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #003399 0, 51, 153
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255

Relationships

Amigável

  • Integralism - The greatest influence of my ideology.
  • Monarchism - "O meu maior erro foi não repor a monarquia".[1]
  • Corporatism - The only system worthwhile on this planet.
  • Catholic Theocracy - The pope's word shall be law!
  • Colonialism - HERÓIS DO MAR, NOBRE POVO, NAÇÃO VALENTE E IMORTAL!
  • Francoism - Nuestro hermano.
  • Austrofascism - Austrian counterpart and great inspiration (you're kinda scary by the way with that "fascist" thing).
  • Brazilian Integralism - My zuca brother.
  • National Agrarianism - There's no better feeling than to do some honest, hard-work cropping in good old rural Portugal.
  • South Africa - Thanks for helping me fight those communist rebels in Angola.
  • Batistaism - I helped sheltered Batista from the Communist degenerate known as Castro. Viva Batista! Vou sentir sua falta.
  • Neoconservatism - I joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and was present during the creation of the Alliance, and I let you use the Lajes Air Base and you let me join NATO, fellow commie hater. Why did you support the FNLA rebels in Angola.

Tolerável

  • Zionism - I helped you escape Nazism but that doesn't mean I will recognize your invasion of the holy land.
  • Fascism - You have tons of great ideas but it's God who deserves adoration and not an earthly leader. And you are sometimes too extreme with your jacobinist origins.
  • Hayekism - Thanks for your advice but liberalism is a sin.
  • Economic Liberalism - Has a few good advices too.
  • Right-Wing Populism - You have some weird ideas, but at least you and your friend André Ventura defend some parts of my ideals.

Degenerados e Malditos Comunas!

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