Artillerymanism is the ideology of the artilleryman from H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. It makes its appearance with the return of the artilleryman in book 2 chapter 7, The Man on Putney Hill.
Artillerymanism is the idea that, when faced with disaster, the best of humanity has a responsibility to keep the human race alive by creating a new world underground. building shops, hospitals, and barracks in the subways and sewers underneath the surface. Artillerymanists believe that the destruction of civilization would be a chance to build a better world.
Artillerymanism rejects poems and novels, and believes that the purpose of humanity is to collect knowledge. Artillerymanism rejects the weak and mischievous as well.
Artillerymanists also believe that returning to the surface to play cricket is necessary for the survival of the human race.
Artillerymanism is a dreamer, but he lacks the work ethic to bring his grandiose ideas to fruition. He loves champagne and card games.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball with eyes
- gold shovel
- 1800s british artilleryman hat
- Posadism - We’ll start all over again!
- Fascism - The weak fall by the wayside but the strong will be saved!