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Hi! I'm a Marxist from the American state of Georgia who likes history and politics.

My old account was User:PatriotMapperOMSBand, but I have since abandoned that account (forgot the password) and this is my new one.

Political Journey: Apolitical Kakistocracy (2009-2016), Conservatism (2016-2018), Fascism (2018), Liberalism (2018-2019), Stalinism (2019), Socialism (2020), Marxism (2020-2021), Libertarian Marxism (2021), Funderburkism (March 8, 2021 - Present)

Wiki Relations

Best Friends


Kind of Friends

Kind of Enemies


  • User:Sr Deyvid (Capitalism) - You're a cringe capitalist, but the 'worst enemies' section is reserved for fascists only.

Worst Enemies

Political Positions

Before I explain my political positions, my political ideology is called " Funderburkism".


My cultural positions tend to lean with Cultural Left. This can be seen in my beliefs in Feminism and Progressivism (for more information, see User:HistoryIsPog#Social Justice). I tend believe in left culture and am morally against slavery, Racism, Sexism, and any other kind of discrimination. I also support LGBTQ+ rights.


I believe in Socialist and Marxist economics. I am strongly Anti-Capitalist and support the removal of Capitalism along with the abolition of markets. I support the idea that factories should be communally owned by the people rather than an individual or corporation. I also support that currency should be removed all together and instead people work together collectively to survive. I also believe in the labour theory of value and that all products should only be worth the amount of labour that went into making them. I would also like to remove taxes, but, if they are kept, I think we should tax the rich more than we should tax the poor. I also support Welfare programs and believe that both education and healthcare should be free. In the event we do keep money, I would also like a higher minimum wage ($15-$20 or maybe even higher).


At heart, I am against the state. However, I am not an Anarchist. I believe in Libertarian Marxism and that the government should have very little power. I also believe that rather than a state, the government should be an elected workers' council that makes laws. I also think that all drugs should be legalized and that punishments for crimes that don't harm others (drug abbuse, theft, etc.) should have smaller punishments. When it comes to major crimes that do harm others (murder, assault, rape, etc.), I believe punishments should be harsher than on minor crimes, but no death penalty. A death penalty should only be for corruption and abuse of power that could lead to an attempted return to Capitalism . I believe that all political parties should be legal as long as they don't have corruption.


When it comes to guns, I am more Moderate on the issue. I don't believe entirely in gun control or gun rights, but rather that people should be aloud to own guns for self-defense as long as it's not a military-grade weapon. Military-grade and semi-automatic weapons should be reserved for the military only, regular citizens should only have reasonable weapons. There is absolutely NO reason why a regular civilian should need an AK-47.

Social Justice

I am a Marxist Feminist. I believe that all genders, all sexes, and all races should have equal rights in society. There should be no discrimination whatsoever. Discriminating against anyone for any reason should result in short prison sentence (maybe a month) or simply rehab if necessary.

Political Relationships

Super Based

  • Anarcho-Collectivism - Colllectivism is based and a state is not! IdeoSort also said I'm one of you so...
  • Anarcho-Communism - Ngl, the state and capitalism are both cringe.
  • Antifa - Yeah! Kill 'em nazis!
  • Eco-Socialism - Environmentalist and Socialist? Pog!
  • Marxism - Worker ownership of the means of production is super pog. Let's destroy Capitalism!
  • Marxist Feminism - Marxist, Progressive, and Feminist? Super pog!


  • Feminism - All genders deserve rights, but you're still not radical enough.
  • Progressivism - Egalitarianism is based, but you're not radical enough.
  • Socialism - Not quite radical enough, but like your ideas.

Kind of Based

  • Jacobinism - Kind of based... but stop choping heads off!
  • Kemalism - Back when Turkey was based... you cringe Succdem
  • Sandersism - Pretty based ideas, but you're a Succdem Social Democrat.
  • State Socialism - You're pretty based over all, but stop being a state!

Kind of Cringe


Super Cringe

  • Absolute Monarchism - Authoritarian and monarchist? Why?
  • Authoritarianism - The state is bad enough, but making it powerful? That's worse!
  • Capitalism - Worst system ever! You're an abusive, authoritarian, far-right, oppressive, white nationalist, idiot who cares nothing for actual people.
  • Fascism - Capitalism in decay.
  • Nazism - All people should be equal, regardless of race, sex, gender, religion, or any other quality. Also, genocide is just straight up bad.

How I Would Vote in Every US Election

My Accepted Ideology Proposals

My Rejected Ideology Proposals


Bourbonism, also known as Bourbon Feudalism, is a political ideology originating from the Middle Ages in the Kingdom of France and the House of Bourbon. It's based around and in the developments of Feudalism in France during the Medieval period.


The House of Bourbon was first founded in 953 when in split off from the Capetians. Knight Aymar or Adhemar was the first Bourbon ever and the start of the First House of Bourbon. The First House of Bourbon died out in 1218 when Mathilde I, Lady of Bourbon died. The House of Bourbon came back as the House of Bourbon-Dampierre, or the Second House of Bourbon, with Archambaud VIII the Great, Lord of Bourbon in 1242. The Third House of Bourbon, more simply known as the House of Bourbon and the Current House of Bourbon, started in 1256 with Robert de France, Count of Clermont. The House of Bourbon ruled France quite Feudally for multiple centuries and greatly expanded the borders of France throughout their reign to match something similar to the modern one. The House of Bourbon was originally deposed in 1792 with the Jacobins cutting King Louis XVI's head off and arresting his wife during the War of the First Coalition and aftermath of the French Revolution. The House of Bourbon was restored to power in France in 1814 and 1815 after the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte. The House of Bourbon was deposed again in 1848 during the French Revolution of 1848.

Foundations and Beliefs

Bourbonism is an extremely Conservative ideology at heart. It follows the ideas of old Catholic Feudal Traditionalism. It is extremely Counter-Enlightenment and believs the Monarchy should keep all power. It is also based around the concepts of a Mercantile system. Catholicism is a core part of Bourbonism as all members of the House of Bourbon were Catholics and mostly on good terms with the Pope.

Personality and Behavior

Bourbonism likes to betray revolutionaries by running off to Belgium every time a revolution happens in France. They also like to have they're political opponents arrested.


  • Bonapartism - You may have betrayed me, but at least you reestablished a French monarchy.
  • Capitalism [5] - Your economic model is cringe, but you carry some aspects from Mercantilism.
  • Enlightened Absolutism - You're a cringe Enlightenment, but at you least you're king has absolute power.
  • French Constitutionalism - No, constiutions are cringe! One July Monarchy later... Ughhhh, fine!

Futher Information





Hillarylandism, also known as Hillaryism and Hillary Clintonism, is a center-right political ideology that originates from the political positions of Hillary Clinton.


Hillaryism first emerged as a political ideology in 2000 when Hillary Clinton ran for New York senator as a Democrat. She also ran under the Working Families Party and the Liberal Party of New York simply because they did not nominate their own candidates. She won that election with ease, becoming New York Senator. Though, Hillary Clinton had been the First Lady of the United States for several years during the presidency of Bill Clinton. Hillary ran for New York Senator again in 2006 this time as a Democrat, Working Families, and Independence Party. Hillary Clinton attempted to run for president in 2008 but lost the Democratic National Convention. Hillary Clinton did win the 2009 United States Secretary of State nomination.

Most famously, in 2016, Hillary Clinton ran for US president as a Democrat. She landslid through the primaries and nation convention, getting the Democratic nomination with ease. She went up against Republican candidate and reality TV star Donald Trump. Donald Trump seemed incredibly racist to a lot of people and he ran under the vague slogan of ' Make America Great Again'. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote quite easily mainly from people voting against Trump, but lost to Trump anyways because of the electoral college.

Foundations and Beliefs

Hillarylandism is based on the political positions of Hillary Clinton. This includes many Progressive ideals. Hillarylandism is located center-right on the political spectrum, despite having many left-leaning ideals. Hillarylandism supports Isolationism and getting the United States out of foreign affairs. This foreign policy includes ending the War on Terror and ending the War on Drugs, while also dealing with diplomatic issues with Russia and China. Hillarylandism also has a stance on Anti-Authoritarianism as Hillary Clinton supports less government authority and is against the somewhat authoritarian Trumpism. Hillarylandism also believes in regulations to keep Capitalism in check and prevent it from becoming Laissez-Faire. Further into economics, Hillarylandism also supports economic nationalism and keeping the American economcy stablized first as appose to other countries' economies. Hillarylandism also suppoerts Environmentalism and it wants to protect the environment and keep it together. Welfarism is also a core part of hillarylandist theory with welfare services being provided to the old and poor. To an extent, Hillarylandism has ties to Social Democracy due to it's previous association with the Working Families Party. Hillarylandism also follows Third Way Liberalism due to it's association with the New Democrats. Neoliberalism is also part of Hillarylandism as Hillary Clinton is somewhat of a centrist Democrat.

Personality and Behavior

Hillarylandism can commonly be found ranting about a glass roof that needs to be cracked. Hillarylandism is also a great listener.


  • Environmentalism - The environment is pretty pog.
  • Progressivism - We've gotta a glass roof to crack.
  • Regulationism - Capitalism is only good when regulated.
  • Big Tent Liberalism - Centrist liberalism? Count me in!
    • Democratism - My political party.
  • Third Way - Fellow center-rightist liberal.
    • Clintonism - My husband.
    • New Democratism - Best faction in the Democratic Party
    • Third Way Liberalism - Pretty pog, not gonna lie.
  • Capitalism - Your economic system is only good when regulated.
  • Neoliberalism - As cringe as you are, I am one of you...


Ottomanism is a politicial ideology originating from the 19th century Ottoman Empire based on the First Constiutional Era of the Ottoman Empire. It arose a political ideology that seeked to catch the Ottoman Empire back up with the rest of Europe and westernize the empire.


Ottomanism first developed as a concept in 1876. It arose as the ideology that helped kick start the First Constitutional Era of the Ottoman Empire (1876-1878). Due to the events of the French Revolution and Napoleon's invasion of Ottoman Egypt, ideals of westernization hit the Ottoman Empire. The Ottomans had begun starting modernize after the Napoleonic Wars but couldn't catch up to the rest of Europe. This eventually caused the Young Turk Revolution in 1908, which caused a revival in Ottomanism and the Second Constitutional Era of the Ottoman Empire.

Foundations and Beliefs

Ottomanism is a form of Nationalism at heart, as it was influenced by the rise of Nationalism caused in the aftermath of the Napoleonic Wars. Islamic Theocracy and Islamism were core parts of Ottomanism as well as it was very much an Islamic religious movement. Jacobinism was also a part of Ottomanism as it was influenced by the ideals of the French Revolution. Byzantine Model saw parts of itself in Ottomanism as the ideology believed the Ottoman Empire was the new Rome. Constitutional Monarchism and İttihadism were also involved in Ottomanism as it seeked to reestablish a power Ottoman monarchy with constitutional limits put in place and do to associations with the Young Turks.

Personality and Behavior

Ottomanism can often be found yelling in Instanbul/Constantinople demanding the House of Osman establish a constitution, and then starting to protest. Ottomanism can also be found screaming at Greeks for wanting independence and for thinking they were the rightful new Rome.


  • Bonapartism - Y'know, I hate that you invaded my empire in the 1700s[6], but you're still pretty cool.

Christian Right

Christian Right, also known as Religious Right and Christian Conservatism, is a right unity ideology that is based on the foundations and beliefs of Conservatism within Christian political movements that have right-wing foundations. It is usually at odds with Christian Socialism and Christian Communism which is calls 'fake Christians', whilst also sharing ideals with Christian Nationalism.


The first Christian Right organization in the United States was the National Reform Association in 1863, which had the goal of adding a 'Christian Amendment' to the U.S. Constiution and make the state religion Christianity. This however failed as it violated the First Amendment, which guranteed freedom of religion.

Later in American history, Christian Right would gain a large faction in the Republican Party. The 'Christian Right Republicans' would move forward on the Republican platform with additional quarks such as schools teaching Christianity and anti-abortion.

In the 1960s, the Christian Right got a small boost from John F. Kennedy, as he was a right-wing Catholic.

In the 1980s, the movement got the nickname 'New Christian Right'[7]. The New Christian Right as been heavily associated with the ideals of 'moral majority' and 'Christian Coalition'. The New Christian Right was mainly focused on combatting State Atheism which it saw as Communist (hence why it thinks left-wing Christian movements are 'fake Christians').

Christian Right got more support in the 1980s and a major boost in morale with the presidency of Ronald Reagan, a right-wing Christian Republican. Reaganism, and later Trumpism , greatly helped in expanding popularity in Christian Right. Even far-right movements associated with Chrisitanity saw a boost (the KKK for example).

Foundations and Beliefs

The core foundation in Christian Right is the same of that in Christian Theocracy: Christianity. Though, Christian Right tends to take it further with a sort of 'Christian Supremacism', thinking Christianity should be the only religion and every other religion is bullcrap. Conservatism is also a fudemental part of Christian Right. Christian Right tends to believe LGBTQ+ is a mental disorder is often Islamophobic.

Personality and Behavior

Christian Right tends to have a very aggressive personality, sometimes directly attacking it's enemies and using force to beat up gay people.



English Democratism

English Democratism is a Nationalist political ideology based on the concept of self-determination for England and indepedence from the United Kingdom.


English Democratism first came into existence in 1998 as an offspring of English Nationalism. The so-called "English Democrats" wanted more liberation and rights for England. The English Constitutional Convention would be created by the English Democrats, though was later dissolved.

In 2007, Vernon Coleman, a TV medical doctor, joined the English Democrats, widely expanding the support for the party.

In 2013, English Democratism saw an enormous wave of support with the election of Peter Davies as Mayor of Doncaster. This success was, however, short-lived as Peter Davies left the party in 2015.

The party saw new support again in 2016 with the Brexit Referendum, as many Englishmen supported Brexit like the English Democrats did. More Englishmen flocked to the support of the English Democrats when Scotland and Wales started making calls for secession during Brexit.

In 2019 and 2020, with the finalization of Brexit, the English Democrats lost their wave of support as the people of England returned back to regular lives with Brexit successful. When Covid-19 hit, the English Democrats blamed the British government for the pandemic, but these accusations got nowhere.

Currently, English Democratism is considered a 'fringe' ideology.

Foundations and Beliefs

One of the core foundations of English Democratism is Nationalism as they believe in 'putting England first'. English Democratism is also a Separatist as it seeks to make England an indepedent country. Right-Wing Populism also plays a major rule in English Democratism as English Democrats tend be rely on popular support while remaining far-right.

Personality and Behavior

English Democratism has a very agressive personality and gets extremely heated in debates.


  • Conservatism - Eh, you can be cringe with your British parties. But I'm kind of Comservative, so eh.
  • Separatism ( Scotland and Wales) - No! How dare you betray England!

Illiberal Democracy (TBA)

Bloombergism (TBA)

Notes and References

  1. I only support George Troup due to him being from the State of Georgia, not for political reasons.
  2. The 2024 United States Presidential Election has yet to happen. This response is based on what is currently known about potention 2024 candidates.
  3. Neo-Bonapartism was rejected it's own page, however TheGhostOfInky allowed it to be added as part of Bonapartism.
  4. Neo-Fascism was rejected its own page, however TheGhostOfInky allowed it to be added as a part of Fascism.
  5. It's important to note that Bourbonism was Mercantile, not Capitalist. These two things are similar but not the same, which is why Bourbonism and Capitalism are shown as 'Frenemies' rather than 'Friends'.
  6. French Campaign in Egypt and Syria
  7. "The past two decades have been an important time in political debates and in the same time frame religious citzens became more politically active in a time period labeled the New Christian Right." - Christian right, English Wikipedia