Trujillism (Spanish: Trujillismo) is an authoritarian ideology representing Rafael Trujillo, dictator of the the Dominican Republic from 1930 up until 1961 when he was assassinated.
Trujillism was practiced with a one-party state in which Trujillo had totalitarian power and a cult of personality. Under Trujillo's rule, practices of wiping out Haitian immigrants and people of Haitian ethnicity were used including the infamous parsley test used for the Parsley Massacare, a test used to identify Haitians living on the Haitian/Dominican border were forced to pronounce "perejil" (Spanish for "parsley"), a word the Creole-speaking Haitians wouldn't be able to pronounce. Trujillism had a mostly open-door policy though, accepting of other immigrants such as Jewish refugees escaping National Socialism in Germany, Spanish exiles from the civil war and Japanese immigrants too, largely for the purpose of increase the rate of light skinned people.
Trujillism is in favor of environmental protection and the slash-and-burn method of clearing land for agriculture and logging of pine trees without his permission were banned. In addition, agencies aiding the park system and forests were put in place.
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