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Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism and Collectarchist Thought (WIP)

Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism and Collectarchist Thought

A Comprehensive Description of Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism

What is Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism?
Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism can be described as a political theory similar to traditional patriotic nationalism. However, it emphasizes loyalty, pride, unity, identity, and cultural prowess. Under the previous Imperial System, the nation was launched forwards and advanced rapidly through history. That left the nation under an Imperial Democracy that threatened to shift the balance of power within the government. The NPP was formed to better adapt to future situations and answer the people's calls for identity. The idea emphasizes culture and traditional advancement. Institutionalism is pillar in this ideology, and all major institutions are praised. The principle that the people serve the state and the state serves people is also integral. If the people work hard and succeed in life, the government will provide meritocratic support, approval, and protections to its people. Whether it's in the office, serving in the army, or being a good citizen. Official Education Commendation Awards are held high, and education is prioritized. People are granted democracy and unalienable rights, the constitution states these rights and mandates the state to defend those rights at all costs for all people. The native Hanguk-Nipponese people across the empire are held in great priority, and will be the state's first priority when considering internal and external actions. The general application of the state's foreign policy is technically disassociated with this ideology. Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism takes into account of making the lives of the Hanguk-Nipponese easier, so all foreign words shall be transcribed into Hanguk-Nipponese text based off of their phonology.

Hanguk-Nipponese Nationalism was always prevalent, but large-scale notice of it only has happened recently. The first mention of the way of thought was in an address from the Minister of Education to the Imperial Diet in 1987. Much later, during the Hanguk-Nipponese 2032 Elections for Prime Minister, a new party rapidly gained success with the public. This was and still is the National People's Party (NPP). They emphasized the goal of national pride, unity, and identity as their slogan and amassed support from all ages in all areas of the empire. However, they had to compete with the Imperial Democratic Party which was the ruling party at the time. They also had internal factional struggles. The Justice and Development Forum and the Liberal Democratic National League were two such groups within the party. In the grand struggle for them that was the 2032 Elections, they just managed to make it past the first round of voting. Once the second round rolled along, the party grew in size and was more centralized. A clear leader was nominated, that was Seong Hayashi, future National Leader and Prime Minister. Another thing of note was the right ascendant of many political parties in Hanguk-Nippon. The NPP capitalized on this and absorbed many of the smaller parties, as well as bulk up their support base. They then finally won the election in a marginal victory over the IDP.