Creeperian Fascism

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Creeperian Fascism (Creeperian Spanish: Fascismo Creeperiano) is a political ideology of the Creeperian Initiative, and previously, of the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front and the Catholic Royalist Party. Under the leadership of Romero II, it largely became an authoritarian, conservative ideology connected with Creeperopolis.

Creeperian Fascism, along with Romerism, places a strong emphasis on Catholic religious identity. Like Romerism, Creeperian Fascism is extremely Anti-Communist and Anti-Atheist.

Forms

Classical Fascism

Some forms of Creeperian fascism resemble classical fasicsm where all authority is vested in the state and rule by one single dictator. Classical fascism was notably adopted by the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front and its predecessor organizations: the Creeperian Fascist Party, the League of Creeperian Fascists, and the Creeperian Fascist Union.

Clerical Fascism

Clerical fascism emphasizes the imprtance of the Creeperian Catholic Church in politics and demands that it has large influence over national politics. It was notably adopted by the early form of the Catholic Royalist Party before the leadership of Antonio Sáenz Heredia.

Falangism

Falangism mixes both classical and clerical facsism demanding rule by one strong ruler with heavy influence from the Creeperian Catholic Church. It was notably adoopted by the Catholic Royalist Party during the leadership of Antonio Sáenz Heredia. Falangism is named after the Falange Creeperiano, the paramilitary organizaiton of the Catholic Royalist Party.

Romerism

Romerism is the modern form of fascism in Creeperopolis. The ideology was officially adopted and implemented by the Creeperian Initiative in 1949. It is named after Emperor Romero I who reigned from 1933 to 1946.

Saelicism

Saelicism is a Castillianan form of fascism developed by the National Pro-Fatherland Front of Castilliano and was named after Maximiliano Saelices Dávalos, the leader of Castilliano from 1823 until 1845. The ideology was later adopted by the Union of United Nationalist Patriots and the Renewed Nationalist Front for the Fatherland and is continued to be advocated for by Neo-Saelicists.

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