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    Social Nationalism
    is in its most basic definition is a Nationalist state with a social economy range from left social democracy to Rhine capitalism and potentially more right wing systems. The nationalist state by nature would be authoritarian but social nationalism acknowledges the problems with unchecked power and supports a constitution which would control the power the executive holds, its modern form is also a traditionalist ideology that is against gay marriage and believes that the three purposes of life are Nation, God and Love. However, the traditional version of social nationalism was much more progressive in its historical context. This ideology is not to be confused with Nazi.png National Socialism. It has seen a rise in support amongst Rpop.png national populist European groups and may present itself as a status quo in Natcon.png conservative countries like Poland and Hungary. Historical examples that are close to socnat include: Kemal.png Kemalist Turkey, 3princ.png Nationalist China under the KMT, and PRI.png Mexican Institutional Revolutionary Party, and Poland under Pilsudski.png Józef Piłsudski.

    It believes:

    • We shouldn’t strive for laissez faire capitalism, because that will lead to a degenerate culture of materialism and consumerism and we should not strive for communism either as it is inefficient and would weaken the nation
    • Economics should be somewhat flexible so that the system that best suits the people is what gets implemented.
    • Most immigration to a country should be from culturally similar nations & people and limited to only the most skilled. Actual refugees should go to the nearest stable country that offers asylum and if no one is willing to house them then they must remain in their homeland.
    • Economic migrants should be highly restricted to the needs of the nation and from nations similar ethnically and culturally to us for easy assimilation. If they have broken the law they should either be deported or imprisoned (Depending on how serious the crime is)
    • Nationalism, Social collectivism and Traditionalism should be taught in every school, aligning with the virtues that would be important to teach to youth, while other values like discipline, high work ethic, honesty and unity would be encouraged
    • Intervention in foreign countries to spread nationalism further and for national gain is neccesary, but a diplomatic option should always be tried first

    Stylistic notes

    • Social Nationalism believes in secularism and so doesnt appear with religious clothing.
    • Has an idea of a 'Nationalist Revolution', this could either mean a coup or an actual revolution, any means to access power is valid
    • His father nationalism really cares for him but his mother social democracy bullies him for his 'tribalism'
    • He thinks every quadrant has good ideas coming from it except LibLeft.
    • He doesn't read very much aside from his own written theories or History books

    How to draw

    Flag of Social Nationalism
    1. Draw a ball
    2. Draw a vertical line down the middle and will the left side with black
    3. Fill the left side of the line with white
    4. Draw the SOCNAT symbol of hope in purple
    5. Fill the symbol with white on the left and black on the right
    6. Add eyes
    7. Done!

    Relations

    Friends

    • 3princ.png Tridemism - My Chinese friend, but overtime the koumintang has become too progressive. It should return to Sun/Chiang era.
    • Kemal.png Kemalism - The more progressive Turkish vision of me. Sad too see but its better than alternatives.
    • Rpop.png Right-wing Populism - We must reclaim our national sovereignty from the Eurocrats!
    • Natcon.png National Conservatism - Hungary and Poland are the most based European nations.
    • Pilsudski.png Sanationism - Mój marszałku <3, I have a framed picture of you

    Frenemies

    • Socdem.png Social Democracy - Good economics, other than that you suck.
    • Fash.png Fascism - Nationalism and being socially-oriented are both based but you are too totalitarian and extreme for my liking.
    • Consocf.png Conservative Socialism - You are economically too moderate and socially too conservative.
    • Bosch.png Boschism – we used to be friends but now you're just 3way.png third way.
    • Blueeuronaticon.png European Nationalism - Reminds me of Prometheism and Piłsudski to an extent however national sovereignty is much more important.
    • Putin.png Putinism - We both oppose western degenerate liberalism and wokeism, but you are too imperialistic, oligarchical, and corrupt for my liking.
    • XiJinpingThoughtf.png Xi Jinping Thought - We both agree that western degeneracy is bad. But still, communism and totalitarianism still sucks.
    • NeoNat.png Neonationalism - You are based in general even though some of you variants are iffy.
    • Ethwelball.png Ethnic Welfarism- Too democratic, globalist, and progressive, but other than that you are a friend of me.

    Enemies

    • Nazi.png National Socialism - The neighborhood weirdo. You ruined the image of nationalism post-45 and caused the mess we are in!
    • Mao.png Maoism - Tradition and culture destroying commie who destroyed my guy Chiang Kai-shek.
    • European Federalism.png Eurofederalism - You must die for European nations to survive.
    • Ottoman.png Neo-Ottomanism - Cringe imperialist and Islamist scum.
    • Progress.png Progressivism - You've gone too far on wokeism! It's insanity.
    • Internation.png Internationalism - I pray on your downfall.

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