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    Brazilian Integralism


    Brazilian Integralism is an Sec.png authoritarian, culturally Trad.png right-wing and economically Authunity.png ambiguous ideology.

    Brazilian Integralism broadly believes that there should be a "a fully integrated social and political order, based on converging patrimonial (inherited) political, cultural, religious, and national traditions of a particular state". While Integralism refers to a broad set of movements, which vary nation to nation, this article is specifically about the Brazilian one. He is not exactly Fash.png fascist, but paleo-fascist. Q\And when fascism creates corporations dependent on the state, Integralism creates organic and independent corporations, not interfering in anyone's jobs and companies.

    While in Fash.png fascism the end is the state in Integralism the state is the beginning, the human being is the means and the end is God, another difference is that fascism was inspired by PagTheo.png paganism and extreme materialism unlike Integralism, which is inspired by Christianity. It also believes that the only god is Jesus and the leader is simply a normal person, so they do not endorse cults of personality.

    History

    Plínio Salgado was born in 22th January 1895 at the Conservative small town of São Bento do Sapucaí, São Paulo, Brazil with his father Colonel Francisco Das Chagas Salgado who is local political leader, his mother Ana Francisca Rennó Cortez who is a teacher and his grandfather Manuel Esteves Da Costa who is the son of a supporter of King Miguel I during The Portuguese Civil War 1832-1834 against the Liberals. Plínio Salgado was a very active child at school having developed a taste for mathematics & geometry but in 1911 his father Colonel Francisco Das Chagas Salgado died in which turned Plínio Salgado into a bitter young man and his interests shifted towards to psychology & philosophy.

    In 1915, Plínio Salgado has founded a weekly newspaper called Correio de São Bento but in 1918 he began his political career by participating in the founding of an unknown Municipalist Party in which congregated town leaders from municipalities in the Paraíba Valley region along with advocating municipal autonomy while in the same year Plínio Salgado has married to Maria Amélia Pereira and in July 6th 1919 a daughter called Maria Amélia Salgado was born but fifteen days later Maria Amelia Pereira died.

    Plínio Salgado was filled with sorrow so he left his study of Materialism while he found comfort in Catholic Theology and began to study the works of Brazilian Catholic thinkers such as Raimundo Farias Brito & Jackson Figueiredo. Plínio Salgado became known by fellow journalists because of a weekly newspaper that he created and he was invited to work for another newspaper called Correio Paulistano that supported the Paulista Republican Party. Plínio Salgado started as a reviewer of the Correio Paulistano newspaper but later became a copywriter that lead him became a friend with an poet writer who is a Modernist called Menotti Del Picchia, later then Plínio Salgado just became a prominent participant in the Modern Art Week 1922 who is leading Brazilian Nationalists that wanted a form of art that is purely Brazilian while not having foreign art that pleases Anthropophagics and In 1924 he left the Correio Paulistano newspaper to employed himself in the law firm of Alfredo Egídio de Sousa Aranha who is a lawyer, businessman & banker.

    In 1926, Plínio Salgado has published his first book called "The Stranger" but after that, he got help from Cassiano Ricardo to create a Nationalist group called the Green-Yellow Movement inside of the Modernist art movement and the next year in 1927, Plínio Salgado founded the Anta Movement in which exalted the indigenous people even the Tupi as the true carriers of the Brazilian identity while in the same year published an another book called "Literature & Politics" in which it has Anti-Liberal and Pro-Agrarian propaganda in it.

    In 1928, Plínio Salgado was elected state deputy in São Paulo by the Paulista Republican Party but in 1930, he supported the presidential candidacy of PRP member Júlio Prestes against the future dictator Getúlio Vargas while at the same time travelled to Europe and becomes impressed with Benito Mussolini and Fascist Italy. Plínio Salgado returned to Brazil in October 4th 1930 during the Brazilian Revolution that deposed president Washington Luís and he wrote two articles in Correio Paulistano newspaper defending the current president but later he supported Getúlio Vargas instead and joined the Revolutionary League of São Paulo. In June 1931, Getúlio Vargas just becomes an editor of a another newspaper called A Razão in which he developed an intense campaign against Constitutionalism that drew the ire of Anti-Authoritarian activists and they burned down the newspaper's office just before the outbreak of the Constitutionalist Revolution Of 1932. In February at the year of 1932, Getúlio Vargas founded the Society For Political Studies that gathered intellectuals who are sympathetic to Fascism and months later he released the October Manifesto (Not Russian) in which presented the guidelines for the founding of a new political party called the Brazilian Integralist Action.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Brazilian Integralism

    Drawing Brazilian Integralism is very easy:

    1. Draw a ball and fill it with blue
    2. Carve out a white circle in the middle and fill it with white
    3. In the white circle draw a black Sigma (Σ) symbol
    4. Add the eyes and you're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Blue #0000BB 0, 0, 187
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255


    Relations

    Friends

    • Salazar.png Salazarism - Oh yes my dear tuga brother, keep protecting the empire from godlessness!
    • Cfash.png Clerical Fascism - Basically a more extreme version of myself.
    • Strato.png Stratocracy - Ah yes... back when Brazil was based. He gave some of my fellas a seat in his government back then, and frankly enough, he best suited my interests. I miss you.
    • Heart-Integralism.png Integralism - My main inspiration.
    • Caudillo.png Caudillismo - Plinio Salgado was the guide Brazil needed.
    • Bolsonarism - alt.png Bolsonarism - Look, I don't like democracy, but you have to be the best Brazilian president for this modern day! I like how you're protecting our national culture and stopping commies from taking over the government. Just stop bootlicking Zio.png them...
    • WelfChauvin.png Welfare Chauvinism - NOSSO NOME É ENEAS!

    Frenemies

    • Socauth.png Social Authoritarianism - You're cool and all, but why did you have to purge me?!?!?!
    • Monarch.png Monarchism - I mean, you were kinda cool, but we ain't going for that you know. Maybe in a alternative history we could have got along better.

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