Caesarism, also called Roman Imperialism, is an authoritarian, economically center ideology that follows the ideals of the Roman Empire. Rome gained wealth through trade and conquest, it would conquer a land, take slaves, and sell the goods made by the slaves. Rome would create a national identity with citizenship, public spaces, and roads. Instead of taxation, Rome would use wealth from conquered lands to pay for necessitates. Much like Mercantilism it proved a unity between Capitalism and Authoritarianism, through using private contractors to build things like aqueducts (public buildings). Caesarism is a very broad ideology since there were many Roman Emperors, Caesar himself did pillage many barbarian villages, but was also noted for land reforms and giving grain to every citizen across the empire. Through this combination, Rome would not fit today's standards of left or right but would be in between, for enslaving barbarians and for feeding all of his citizens through a strong state. Rome would inspire Fascism, and many European Monarchies.
Caesarism, like the name suggests, has a vain/stereotypical personality expected of Roman Emperors. He doesn't know modern English, as he was born and raised in Ancient Rome, speaking Latin.
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- Agrarianismus - Conservus frumenti amator. (Fellow grain-lover.)
- Popularismus - Gratias pro auxilio, amice. (Thanks for the help, friend.)
- Imperialismus - Multa bella via / bellum cum eo itinera fecit. (Had many nice road/war trips with him.)
- Mercantilismus - Augens opes civitatis, fines tuos amplificans, aristocratiam potentem, sed mercatorem aeque potentem, quid non ames? (Increasing the wealth of the state, expanding your borders, a powerful aristocracy but an equally powerful merchant class, what's not to love?)
- Respublicanismus - Rempublicam amo. (I love the republic.)
- Fordismus - Panem et circenses da eis, et nunquam defectionem. (Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt.)
- Respublicanismus Romana (Pre-44 BC) - Idem homo sumus! (We're the same person!)
- Hydrarchia - Aliquid iocum habui apud vos praedones, sed adhuc moriendum est, doleo. (I had some fun with you pirates but you still have to die, sorry.)
- Democratia Imperiosa -Bene, at certe melior es quam homunculus infra. (Well, at least you're better than the guy below.)
- Democratia - Non es bonus sicut homunculus supra. (You're not good as the guy above.)
- Fascismus - Agnosco conatum, sed id pudet. (I appreciate the attempt, but that was just embarrassing.)
- Christiana Theocratia - Oderam te primo, sed tandem ad te veni edicto Thessalonicae. (I hated you at first, but eventually I came around to you with the Edict of Thessalonica.)
- GLBT - Accipiam te antequam ad Christianismum convertas.
Quamdiu eras a summo.(I was accepting of you before converting to Christianity. Just as long as you were a top.)
- Senatorialismus - SUM SENATU! (I AM THE SENATE!)
- Optimateismus - RESPUBLICA RESPONDET! (THE REPUBLIC WILL BE RE-ORGANIZED!)
- Tribalismus - B A R B A R U S. (B A R B A R I A N.)
- Zoroastriana Theocratia - B A R B A R U S. (B A R B A R I A N.)
- Europaeae Federalism - Quis hic barbarus est et cur me successorem vocat? (Who is this barbarian and why does he call me my successor?)
- Publica Liberalismus & Nationalis Socialismus - Degeneres sicut tu, Caligula, et Nero in cruce. (Degenerates like you, Caligula, and Nero belong on a cross.)
- Respublicanismus Romana (after 44 BC) - ET TU, BRUTE?! (AND YOU, BRUTUS?!)
- "Caesar", from Parallel Lives by Plutarch (trans. Bernadotte Perrin):
- The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Volume I, Volume II, Volume III, Volume IV, Volume V, Volume VI by Edward Gibbons
- The Assassination of Julius Caesar by Michael Parenti
- Julius Caesar Playlist and Octavius Playlist by Historia Civilis
- Unbiased History of Rome (New Style) by Dovahhatty
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- ↑ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duumviri
- ↑ Tacitus, Annales, XIII, 25