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    Huism is the ideology of Hu Yaobang, a high-ranking official of the Chinese Communist Party in the 1980s, and his successors and followers. Hu was known during his years of leadership for his support for Liberalsoc.png liberal socialist policies; most notably, freedom of the press, free market reforms, and legal accountability of government officials. He formerly supported MaoHair.png Mao Zedong, but later grew critical of him. He was politically persecuted under Mao's rule along with DengXiaoping.png Deng Xiaoping, a close associate of his. After Deng's rise to power, he worked closely with Deng and Zhao Ziyang, the premier of China, to institute liberal reforms, focused on transparency and free market reforms.

    His liberal reforms in the 1980s, his forced resignation from the position of general secretary of the CCP in January 1987, and later, his death from a heart attack in April 1989, sparked a series of mass demonstrations in Beijing, consisting mostly of students and workers, that eventually ended in the Tiananmen Square Massacre on June 4th, 1989.

    Zhao Ziyang continued Huism and pursued further reforms both politically (Hong Kong Model) and economically despite the resistance of CNNeocon.png conservatives like Chen Yun and Li Peng. However, his speech that attempted to calm the students who protested in Tiananmen Square angered Deng Xiaoping. It resulted in his imprisonment for life after the Tiananmen Square Massacre.

    In China today, everything related to Hu Yaobang and Zhao Ziyang are censored from the internet. However, anti-communist Chinese liberals still remember and greatly respect Hu and Zhao as the primary architects of Chinese liberal democracy.


    Flag of Huism

    The flag is symbolic of the Tiananmen Square protests. It reads: Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!



    • Dengf.png Dengism (pre-1989) - We worked together to reform this country from totalitarianism and oppression. We also opened and reformed the economy and agriculture structurally to save it from collapse. You will surely hand over your power to me right?
    • Liberalsoc.png Liberal Socialism - A more humane and free form of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics is achievable.
    • Gorb.png Gorbachevism - My Soviet comrade who had a great vision for his country. It’s a shame that we both failed to democratize and reform our country. *Sigh*
    • Authdem.png Authoritarian Democracy - The Hong Kong Model will surely preserve our party dominance under a democratic mechanism.


    • Dem.png Democracy - 不自由毋寧死! (Liberty or death) But your ideals are too radical for me.
    • Thar.png Anti-Authoritarianism - I am sorry that I failed to prevent the tanks from running over you, but at least I tried my best. Your ideals were also too radical for China.
    • Hujintao.png Scientific Outlook on Development - Wen Jiabao mourned for me and recognized my contributions to the Reform and Opening. I am grateful for that. But why didn’t you rehabilitate the students and me in Tiananmen Square, wrongfully massacred by Li Peng the butcher, and instead continue to be a puppet of Jiang? Still far better than your predecessors and your successor, though.


    • Totalitarian.png Totalitarianism - Oppressive and inhumane! Socialism must be humane!
    • Dengf.png Dengism (post-1989) - You fucking backstabbing rat! You betrayed everything our reforms stood for!
    • CNNeocon.png Chinese Neoconservatism - Fuck off, Li Peng and Chen Yun.
    • XiJinpingThoughtf.png Xi Jinping Thought - You are a modern-day totalitarian freak that destroyed all of my legacy. You also censored me from the internet to block people from knowing me. Also, Xi Zhongxun would be rolling in his grave if he knew about your actions in Xinjiang. Xi Zhongxun: I don't have a son like you!
    • Jiangism.png Jiangism - Like the above but even worse! I’ll never forgive how you joined the conservatives to sideline me in the 1980s.
    • Mao.png Maoism - You must go for the sake of reform.


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