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    Fictional Nationalism is a Non-Quadrant ideology and culturally variable.


    Fictional Nationalism is a fictional ideology that focuses on the belief that every individual has the right and capacity to establish their own nation based on their cultural preferences and personal values. This ideology promotes autonomy and cultural diversity as fundamental values, encouraging people to forge their own national path without fear of being judged or limited by a predefined list of political or economic choices.

    In Fictional Nationalism, cultural syncretism is a key element. This means that individuals have the freedom to mix and match different cultural influences to create a unique national identity tailored to their needs and desires. There is no one "correct" way to build a nation, allowing for the coexistence of different ideologies and political systems.

    This ideology encompasses a wide spectrum of political and economic possibilities. Some individuals may choose to establish socialist nations, where resources are distributed equitably and there is strong state intervention in the economy. Others may prefer capitalist nations, where the free market and private property are fundamental for economic development. There is even room for the possibility of fascist nations, although it is important to note that this does not imply endorsement of this ideology in the real world.

    Fictional Nationalism opposes the idea of imposing a rigid list of options or categories that restrict creativity and freedom of choice. Instead, it promotes open-mindedness and acceptance of diversity of ideas. Being syncretic, this ideology fosters mutual respect and peaceful coexistence of different political and economic approaches within a global community.

    Within the framework of Fictional Nationalism, the development of international institutions that promote collaboration and equitable exchange between nations is encouraged. These institutions would be oriented towards protecting human rights, safeguarding cultural and natural heritage, and jointly addressing global challenges such as climate change, poverty, and conflicts.

    Fictional Nationalism acknowledges that the construction of a national identity is not limited solely to politics and the economy, but also encompasses social, cultural, and environmental aspects. The preservation and promotion of traditions, arts, languages, and cultural expressions specific to each community are valued.

    In this context, education plays a fundamental role. Fictional Nationalism promotes an inclusive and diverse educational system that fosters knowledge and respect for different cultures and perspectives. It seeks to overcome stereotypes and prejudices, promoting understanding and empathy among individuals and communities.

    Furthermore, Fictional Nationalism advocates for social justice and equal opportunities. It recognizes that economic and social inequalities can undermine autonomy and cultural diversity. Therefore, policies that seek to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor, ensure access to basic services such as health and education, and promote citizen participation in decision-making are encouraged.

    Personality And Behaviour

    Fictional Nationalism is kind and gentle. It is an ideology that supports everyone and loves reading, reading anything. In addition to being kind and gentle, it supports anyone, whether they are good or bad.


    The "Meat"

    The 'Meat' was an event in the United Federation of Bak Bax, where Baixian scientists cloned pork meat in a laboratory in the southern hemisphere of the world.

    The 'Meat' was a mistake, as the scientists intended to create more sustainable meat. They produced a television commercial for the Meat, which was accidentally released.

    The 'Meat' spread under the slogan 'Pure and Real Meat in a Can.' It was sold due to a greedy scientist who sold canned Meat.

    The 'Meat' had no natural properties. Those who tried it said it didn't taste like meat; in fact, it was salty and resembled a 'pork meat mass.' Furthermore, the 'Meat' had a slightly spoiled pork taste, and a hint of rotten eggs and salt.

    The 'Meat' originally consisted of these ingredients:

    1. Pork meat.
    2. Lactobacilli.
    3. Bacteria.
    4. Chemicals.
    5. Water.

    Research has revealed that the 'Meat' has a life of its own…

    The 'Meat' possesses a brain and is capable of communicating with people.

    How to Draw

    How to Draw

    Flag of Fictional Nationalism
    1. Draw a round black ball.
    2. Draw some eyes.
    3. Draw six red circles in the center.
    4. Color it.
    5. Done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Black #000000 0, 0, 0
    Red #ff0000 255, 0, 0






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