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    National Distributism (also known as NatDist) is a Third-positionist, Authoritarian democratic, economically Center-Left, and culturally Right, peaceful nationalist ideology. While National Distributism shares some similarities with classical distributism, it is distinct in its emphasis on state intervention and its commitment to the well-being of the nation as a whole.

    The concept of National Distributism emerged as a response to the challenges faced by societies in the modern era. It draws inspiration from distributism, an economic philosophy that advocates for the widespread ownership of productive property and seeks to create a more equalitable society. National Distributism, however, introduces a nationalistic dimension to distributist principles, emphasizing the importance of the nation-state in guiding economic policies and fostering social cohesion.

    The exact origins of National Distributism are difficult to pinpoint, as it encompasses a range of ideas that have developed over time. It has been influenced by various thinkers and movements, including distributist theorists such as G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc, as well as other nationalist and statist ideologies. Proponents of National Distributism argue that a strong nation-state can provide the necessary framework to ensure the fair distribution of resources and promote the common good.

    National Distributism retains the central tenets of classical distributism, which seeks to achieve a society where property ownership is widespread and the means of production are decentralized. It advocates for a more equalitable distribution of wealth and economic power, with a particular emphasis on facilitating access to productive assets for the majority of citizens. The aim is to foster economic self-sufficiency, individual autonomy, and a more balanced distribution of resources.

    National Distributism places a strong emphasis on state intervention in the economy to ensure the achievement of distributist goals. This may include policies such as land reform, protection of small and medium-sized businesses, regulation of monopolies, and the provision of social safety nets. The state is seen as a vital instrument in shaping the economic structure and guiding it towards distributist ends.

    National Distributism promotes a peaceful form of nationalism that emphasizes the well-being and interests of the nation as a whole. It rejects aggressive expansionism or militarism and instead focuses on fostering a strong national identity, cultural cohesion, and social solidarity. The aim is to create a society where citizens feel a sense of belonging and actively contribute to the common good.

    In National Distributism, the concept of authoritarian democracy is proposed as a means to ensure effective governance and the realization of distributist goals. This form of governance prioritizes the authority of the state, with an emphasis on strong leadership and decision-making processes that ensure stability, social harmony, and economic justice. However, it is important to note that National Distributism rejects the oppressive and totalitarian aspects associated with fascism, striving instead for a more inclusive and participatory system.

    Personality and Behaviour

    National Distributism has strong sense of nationalism and a deep belief in the importance of the nation-state. They prioritize economic equality and widespread property ownership to promote social cohesion and the common good. They advocate for state intervention in the economy to ensure fair distribution of resources and access to productive assets for the majority. Their nationalism is peaceful, focusing on cultural cohesion and social solidarity rather than aggressive expansionism. They envision an authoritarian democracy, emphasizing strong leadership and decision-making processes to achieve stability, harmony, and economic justice without oppressive or totalitarian elements.

    How to Draw

    Flag of National Distributism

    Drawing Distributism is rather complicated, its flag is based on a design posted on Reddit:

    1. Draw a ball
    2. Draw a line in red vertically on the leftmost third and fill it in.
    3. Fill in the rest of the ball with black
    4. Draw a dog in red carrying a torch with the flames stretching leftwards in white. This can be as detailed or as vague as you want; we can't all be Van Gogh.
    5. OPTIONAL: Draw military cap.
    6. Add the eyes, and you're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Red #DA121A 218, 18, 26
    Black #141414 20, 20, 20
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255



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    • National Libertarianism — You understand my governing principles
    • Mutualism — You understand my economic principles.
    • Eco-Conservatism — Economic regulation to protect the Environment? Social Conservatism? Based!
    • National Syndicalism — You reject concentration of wealth, megacorps, and worker abuse while retaining some form of private ownership, I am what you are looking for!
    • Falangism — Pretty much my Iberian equivalent. But still, can you stay away from others Fascists and be less associated with them?
    • Paternalistic Conservatism — My more moderate friend who can help me integrate my policies.


    • Corporatism — Based system that creates class harmony.
    • Longism — A more socialist version of me but we are not the same!
    • Social Democracy — Excessive welfare and democracy can destroy a nation.
    • Strasserism — Wants widespread private ownership and likes guilds but Gregor was a bit too close to Hitler for my liking...
    • Pink Distributism — Why?


    Further Reading

    National Distributist Party


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