Revolutionary Liberalism is a form of liberalism that seeks to radically change the status quo of a certain region in an effort to establish a liberal democracy. Much like regular Liberalism, it is politically centrist, supporting Keynesian economic theory and a balance between free markets and welfare, as well as being culturally progressive, and most of all, strongly supportive of representative democracy.
It can seek to revolutionize any status quo, as long as it sees said status quo as fundamentally non-liberal. This means it can oppose an excessively socialist, excessively capitalist, excessively authoritarian, and/or excessively conservative status quo. It can even oppose modern liberal democracies, if it sees them as non-liberal in some way or another.
Its opposition to various status quos and its revolutionary ideals put it at odds with most other centrist ideologies, and its centrism puts it at odds with most other revolutionary ideologies.
Revolutionary Liberalism has a rather strong personality, being very blunt, very vigilant in upholding political integrity, and very intolerant of deception. They are often seen crashing liberal meetings and yelling about how they are the only true liberal in the room. They have a visceral hatred of all non-liberal politicians, no matter their political leanings, only somewhat softening their attitude with those that have moved their status quos towards liberalism. As a revolutionary, they can somewhat sympathize with other revolutionary ideology balls, though their liberal ideals cause rifts to occur there too.
- Liberalism - What I'm fighting for against the anti-liberal forces of the world. I don't necessarily always get along with your followers, though.
- Populism (in theory) - I agree, return power to the people!
- Radical Democracy - A bit too radical, but we agree on many things.
- Hong Kong Democratism - Probably the most well-known manifestation of me.
- The establishment - Some of my supporters are somewhat comfortable with you; others want you overthrown.
- Left-Wing and Right-Wing Populism - I can see what you mean when you say that the elites of modern liberal democracies are traitors to the people, but I also don't like either of your ideals.
- Classical Liberalism - Yes, our system may be no longer liberal. No, I will not subscribe to your definition of "liberal".
- Post-Left Anarchism - I like your hatred of the establishment and disillusion towards both the left wing and right wing, but you're also very absurd.
- Gorbachevism - Tried to make the Soviet Union more liberal, but was ultimately a reformist, and an incompetent one at that.
- Yeltsinism - Brought an end to the illiberal Soviet Union, but installed another illiberal regime.
- Dengism - Somewhat liberalized China for a few years, but then cracked it all back down.
- Populism (when a populist politician continues upholding the system or builds an even less liberal one) - TRAITOR!! LIAR!! EAT MY BULLETS!!!
- State Liberalism - You call yourself a liberal?
- Corporatocracy - No, I can't allow you to be the face of liberalism.
- Fascists - This anti-liberal bullshit is ridiculous.
- Marxists - And the same goes for all of you.
- Fourth Theorists - And you.
- Alt-Right - And you.
- Anarchists - And you.
- Xi Jinping Thought - An illiberal menace that must never control Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet, or East Turkestan.
- Stalinism - 1953 was a great year...
- Marxism-Leninism - And so was 1991.
- Pinochetism - And 1990.
|Populists - For the people!|
|Left-Wing||Torontoism • American Greenism • Eco-Cooperativism|
|Right-Wing||Liberalism-Conservatism-Populism • Dilucism • Neo-Deshret Monarchism • French Liberal-Conservatism|
|Self-Inserts|| Torontoism • Scarletism • General Shrekretary Thought • • TypicalFan1 Thought • Irish Neo-Marxist Republicanism • Neo-National Populism with Malaysian Characteristics • French Liberal-Conservatism • REDUCTED • |
Casagonism• Torch Socialism • Pantheonism • Yoda8soup Thought • • Amism