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    American Confederatism

    American Confederatism is a slightly libertarian, economically far right and culturally far right ideology, practiced most notably in the Cball-US.png United States of America during the 1780s, and the Cball-CSA.png Confederate States of America during the 1860s.

    Confederalism is a system where the states have militias and far more power than the federal government. In extreme versions, states might even have in-country tariffs and strong borders. It can be described as Libertarian.png Libertarianism on a macro-scale freedom of the states.

    Overview

    US Confederation Period Confederatism (1781–1789)


    Confederate State of America Confederatism (1861–1865)

    Other/Miscellaneous


    Personality

    American Confederatism acts like a stereotypical American southern slave owner or soldier of the Civil War era. They have a disdain for black people and believes in their natural subservience to the white man. They like Southern music, especially pro-Confederate Civil War era music. They espouse hatred for the "yankies", which is what they call the northerners. They hate the federal government, especially when it prevents them from openly expressing their cultural views.

    They don't like modern society, as it puts black people in a position far less subservient to white people than "back in the day". However, in recent years, it has often found some level of solace with the ideals of Trumpism.png Trumpism, and sometimes cooperates with Trumpism in their political goals. However, Trumpism often tries to distance themself away from American Confederatism when the situation is inconvenient, in fear of public backlash.

    How to Draw

    1. Draw a ball with eyes
    2. 5 red circles in a X, the center circle can be bigger than the other 4, but it doesn't need to be
    3. 5 white circles in the red circles
    4. 5 blue stars in the white circles
    5. (Optional) confederate can be drawn as 5 separate balls, each with one of the circle-stars, usually arguing.

    Relationships

    Friends

    Frenemies

    • Libertarian.png Libertarianism- We're all slaves in Uncle Sam's plantation!!
    • Trumpism.png Trumpism - Replace Mexicans with yankies and we've got a deal.
    • Consti.png Constitutionism - The Constitution is amazing, but what's with these inalienable rights?!
    • Monarch.png Monarchism - I'm not a monarchist but I really liked Mexico and Brazil.
    • USAGOP.png Republicanism- LOOK AWAY! LOOK AWAY! LOOK AWAY! DIXIE LAND! Wait, you're defending me now?
    • Nazi.pngNational-Socialism- Thank you for supporting me ! But everyone thinks I'm like you because of your actions.
    • Texas.png Texas Separatism - We share the same values but you only care about Texas...

    Enemies

    • Lincolnism.png Lincolnism- YOU BURNT MY FARM, TOOK MY SLAVES AND TAXED MY LAND! REEEEEE!!
    • Prohib.png Prohibitionism USAPRO.png - GET OUT OF HERE, YOU FUR BEARIN' CARPET BAGGER! The states should decide this issue!
    • Protect.png Protectionism -NO STEP ON SNEK FUCK THE UNION AND FUCK YOUR TARIFFS!!
    • Demcon.png Democratic Confederalism - Trash town based loyalty believer, state is real government!
    • Fed.png Federalism - But what about the states' rights?
    • MLK.png MLKism - My archenemy!
    • Kennedy.png Kennedyism - You destroyed the Democratic Party!

    Further Information

    US Confederation Period Confederatism

    Wikipedia

    Literature

    Confederate State of America Confederatism

    Wikipedia

    Literature


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