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    Peruanismo (Peruvianism) is a left-wing ideology originally from Peru, based on the thought of former Peruvian president Juan Velasco Alvarado (1910-1977), during the first phase (1968-1975) of the military dictatorship called "Revolutionary Government of the Armed Forces" (1968-1980). This ideology arises with the October 3rd 1968 coup d'etat in Peru, ruling until August 29 1975, when another coup was done making Francisco Morales Bermúdez the de facto Peruvian president.

    Beliefs

    It believes in a economic system which would not be capitalist neither communist, while de facto being pro-Soviet and socialist-leaning; it's developmentalist and highly nationalist, with a strong state control over property and the creation of self-managed socialist cooperatives. Culturally, it promotes Peruvian culture even sometimes rejecting western culture. It's authoritarian and militaristic, rejecting both armed revolutions and multi-party elections; while it rejected political parties as a ruling methog, de facto it established a one-party state with SINAMOS (Sistema Nacional de Apoyo a la Movilización Social, "National System of Support for Social Mobilisation" in English) being de facto ruling party (while it was government agency rather than a proper political party). In foreign policy, it was neutral in the Cold War (while again de facto being somewhat pro-Soviet in foreign policy), and it supported other anti-imperialist movements in Latin America (like Allende's Chile, Torrijos' Panama, etc)

    How to Draw

    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Draw to red stripes in the left/right sides and a white stripe in the middle.
    3. Draw a black silloute of Tupac Amaru's face in the white stripe.
    4. Draw a Peruvian military hat above the ball.
    5. Draw the eyes and you're finished.

    Relationships

    Friends

    • Stratocracy - "The Armed Forces with the people"
    • Left-wing Nationalism - The homeland first.
    • Allendism - Good Latin American friend who was the first Chilean president to visit me since the Pacific War and supported me from the beggining. We both know armed revolutions are not the way for changes, and we are both called too moderate by some hardline communists.
    • Castroism - Another Latin American friend, he supported me when planning a military operation to overthrow Pinochet and make Arica and Tarapaca part of Peru again. Although you are too bureaucratic and authoritarian.
    • Chavismo - Son that took my theories to the next level, and another victim of American imperialism.
    • Titoism - A close ally in Eastern Europe who also believes in socialist self-management and neutrality in the Cold War.
    • Market Socialism - Cooperatives and socialist self-management go BRRRRRRRRR!!!!
    • Ho Chi Minh Thought - "I remember going to the United States and seeing a big globe of the world. It was theirs. On it were marked the flags of all the places where the Army, the Navy, the air and atomic bases were stationed. Dots all over the globe. And I thought to myself that sooner or later that was going to come down, like Vietnam came down. They couldn't defeat a tiny little country. They massacred it, they dropped napalm on it, they left holes in the ground, but those people didn't give up. That is why, when there is national unity, there is courage. We showed once again that they did not reign here."

    Frenemies

    • MRTA - I don't like that you're violent and committed terrorist attacks, but some MRTA militants were former Velascoist officials.
    • Marxism–Leninism - Too bureaucratic and authoritarian, but thanks for giving me weapons against him and for some reason supporting my government.
    • Nixonism - Imperialist who boycotted me economically, but you helped me giving me aid after the 1970 earthquake.
    • Left Anti-Communism - We both agree communists are too bureaucratic and authoritarian, so basically kinda ok. But some communists cooperated with my government (even sometimes too much for my liking), and I supported them in foreign policy, as they did too with me.
    • Socialism - Many of my supporters (and sometimes even collaborators under my government) embrace you. But my son Javier Velasco rejects both socialism and communism despite he supports 21st century socialists like Luis Arce.

    Enemies

    • Pinochetism - STOP WITH THE BULLSHIT OR I SHALL TAKE BREAKFAST IN SANTIAGO! ARICA AND TARAPACA ARE PERUVIAN! YOU BETRAYED ALLENDE THROUGH AN ILLEGAL COU- also gets couped
    • Francisco Morales Bermúdez Thought - YOU TRAITOR AND CIA PUPPET! YOU DESTROYED WHAT I WAS TRYING TO DO! ENJOY DIYING IN PRISON!
    • Fujimorism - You're basically the guy above but even worse!
    • Neoconservatism - Damn pig, you only steal national resources and create inequality, overthrow governments to impose dictatorships that are subordinate to your interests, you are the worst of the worst! Anyways, your imperialism will somewhen come down, just like it did already in Vietnam.
    • Gonzalo Thought - WHY DID YOU BLOW UP MY TOMB!?!?!? YOU WERE A TERRORIST AND NOT A REVOLUTIONARY, DEAL WITH IT!
    • Neoliberalism - Get your stupid constitution and economic model out of my country, you fucking Fujimori and Soto.

    References

    1. rejected by Neo-Velascoism/Javier Velasco Thought, yet still sympathetic with (21st century) socialists like Luis Arce and Hugo Chávez in that variant


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