Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 762 articles on Polcompball Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!

    Polcompball Wiki

    Clerical Fascism, clipped to Clerfash, is a totalitarian, culturally far-right and economically mid-left to mid-right ideology. Clerfash is a child of Fash.png Fascism and Christy.png Christian Theocracy and believes that a fascistic political system should be explicitly religious and serve the interests of the church as well as of the nation. Many see Clerfash as an evil ideology based simply on his identity politics, however he is tolerated by other Christian ideologies such as Cdem.png Christian Democracy.


    Romania's Ion Antonesu founded Clerical Fascism in 1935. It has few examples of successful regimes, however there have been multiple attempts at creating a Clerical Fascist state.

    Legion.png The Iron Guard

    Perhaps the most famous example, the Iron Guard was a Romanian Fascist political party created in 1927 by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu. Originally called the Legion of the Archangel Michael, the political party was officially dissolved multiple times before coming into power on the 14 of September, 1940 after the assassination of Cordreanu. It only stayed in power for 5 months before being betrayed by the Prime minister, Ion Antonescu, and was banned on the 23rd of January, 1941. More info

    National Synarchist Union

    The UNS was a Mexican Clerical Fascist party founded in May of 1937 by Jose Antonio Urquiza. During the second world war, the government attempted to "tame" them, and when this failed they decided they must be controlled. All UNS meetings were banned, at the same time the party was fracturing. The party eventually split in two when the leader was replaced. The deposed leader started his own party, and both claimed they were the true UNS. Ultimately, they were outmaneuvered by the government, who openly supported both Catholicism and worker's rights, which basically occupied the political space that would normally be associated with critics from both the right and the left, thus taking all of the political power away from them. They were never disbanded however, and exist even to this day, with two political factions. More info

    The Lapua Movement and IKL

    The Finnish Lapua movement was founded in 1929 as a self described anti-communist people's movement. It was fanatically Lutheran, Finnish nationalist and also anti-Russian. It's leader was a farmer named Vihtori Kosola and it's support came largely from the Ostrobothnian region, especially the small town of Lapua where it was founded.

    It started to gain public attention when they attacked a group of young communists having a meeting at the Lapua labor house where they according to the Lapua movement were committing blasphemy and mocking the fatherland. The Lapua Movement considered this absolutely outrageous and several Lapua movement supporters charged right in led by Vihtori Kosola himslef and started tearing the red shirts off the communist youths. This resulted in a massive brawl and the outnumbered Lapua movement men beat up several communists, and the rest fled while the Lapua movement closed the workers house believing it was a communist traitor stronghold.

    After this incident The Lapua Movement continued beating up leftists, burning labor houses and sabotaging leftist newspaper presses. They were known for their infamous practice of "muilutus" where they transported suspected communists by force with with cars illegally behind the Soviet border and beat them up. These practices were widespread and the right-wing parties in charge considered this a necessary evil and didn't do anything to stop it, for a long time, the Mäntsälä rebellion however, was too much even for them. The Lapua movement was disarmed by the president in a radio speech and was followed by a political party called the IKL. More info

    Ustase.png Independent State of Croatia

    The Independent State of Croatia, a Nazi.png Nazi puppet state during World War II, led by the fascist Ustaše regime with their leader Poglavnik.png Ante Pavelic, committed genocide against Slavs, Jews and Romanis. Greatly influenced by Nazi racial theory, the Ustaše saw themselves not as PanSlav.png Slavs, but Goths, and viewed the groups that they genocided as untermenschen. Ironically, they viewed Muslim Bosnians as Croats, and as a result did not persecute them. Towards the end of the war, many tried to surrender to the Allies, but were instead handed over to the Yugoslav Partisans. Tito.png Tito and his Yugoslav Partisans, wanting revenge, massacred thousands of Ustaše and other Nazi collaborators, in various "pits" such as the Barbara pit, which became known as the Bleiburg repatriations. Russian Fascism refers to the various applications of Fascism that were devised by Russian individuals, most notably the Russian Fascist Party lead by Konstantin Rodzaevsky.

    Russian Fascism

    RusFashie.png Nikiforovism

    Nikiforovism is mostly based on the thoughts of Russian political figure Nikolai Ivanovich Nukuoro.

    He was born at the Cball-Ukraine.png Kiev Governorate, Cball-Russian Empire.png Russia on April 29th 1886, as Scientocracy Small.png scientist along with being a lawyer but then in 1910, he graduated from St. Vladimir University in Kiev and was left there to be prepared of becoming a Technocracy.png professor.

    In 1914, RusFashie.png N.I. Nikiforov passed the master's tests in which he received the title of privatdozent but then during World War One (1914-1918), he was privatdozent at St. Joseph University from 1914 to 1917 along with being a extraordinary professor at the Omsk Polytechnic Institute by the Department of General History/Ministry of National Education from 1917 to 1918 and during the Russian Civil War (1917-1923), he was a professor at Irkutsk State University from 1920 to 1921, extraordinary professor at the State Far Eastern University in the same department from 1921 to 1922 & acting extraordinary professor of the Krit.png law faculty at the Harbin Normal University in Cball-Manchukuo.png Manchuria, Cball-5Races.png China from 1922 to 1937.

    In 1925, Prof. N.I Nikiforov along with certain members of the Law Faculty at Harbin Normal University founded the "Russian Fascist Organization" (RFO) but then in 1927, "The Theses Of Russian Fascism" was published while the organization smuggled some propaganda into the Cball-USSR.png Soviet Union that brought the attention of Cball-Taiwan.png China who banned the group from publishing such works and in 1928, Nikiforov defended his thesis called "The Seigneurial Regime In France In The Outcome Of The Old Order" for a master degree of general history in the testing commission at the Russian Academic Group in Prague, Cball-Czechia.png Czechoslovakia while F. T. Goryachkin published a book called "The First Russian Fascist Pyotr Arkadyevich Stolypin" in which stated that Stolypin.png Stolypin is even more brilliant than Mussolini.png Benito Mussolini, the Russian Fascists established the Stolypin Academy in Harbin. The Russian Fascist Organization was a minor fascist organization that looked to Italian fascism for inspiration and produced the 'Theses of Russian Fascism' In 1931 the RFO absorbed into the Russian Fascist Party.

    In March 1929, Prof. N.I Nikiforov becomes the last deputy dean of the law faculty at the Harbin Normal University while he was the editor of a Mediastocracy flair.png journal called "The Bulletin of the Manchurian Pedagogical Society" until February 1st 1930, in which he was engaging in private practice and published a Russian version of the book called "The Secret Forces of the Revolution" by Cball-France.png Léon de Poncins in a Russian Fascism.png Russian Fascist Party newspaper called "Our Way" in 1933.

    In May 26th 1931, the Russian Fascist Organization was absorbed into the newly founded "Russian Fascist Party" (RFP) under the leadership of Rodzaevsky.png Konstantin Rodzaevsky while in 1936, N.I Nikiforov moved to Tianjin in which he opened a Bankocracy.png private bank with a former employee of the CER but later moved to Shanghai, where he was engaged in teaching again and in 1945, he was arrested by the "Smersh" to be deported into the Soviet Union after World War Two (1939-1945), in which he was sentenced to 10 years in forced labour camps but died in 1951.

    Rodzaevsky.png Rodzaevskyism

    Rodzaevskyism is an ideology that emerged from Konstantin Rodzaevsky, one of the founders (and one of the first leaders) of the Russian Fascist Party and the Nash Put newspaper, exiled in Manchuria and later executed in the USSR. When in Manchuria (specifically in Harbin), he helped to found the RFP, taking the anti-Semitic, racist and pro-Axis countries stance in WWII. Among Rodzaevsky's proposed policies included the "liquidation of Jewish rule in Russia", the re-establishment of the Eastern Orthodox Church as the state religion of Russia, rejection of the "tendency towards cosmopolitanism", "Russia for the Russians". and a call for "class co-operation" instead of "class conflict", which would be achieved via an Italian-style corporate state within some kind of federated government under a "temporary dictatorship". He also became an ultranationalist and extremely loyal to Showa and Mussolini's ideals, also being a sympathizer of National Bolshevism and opponent of Leninism, but after the war, he praised Stalin and his policies, especially his nationalism.

    Uniquely, Rodzaevsky's definition of Russian nationalism did not define Russianness in ethnic terms so much as in terms of a "common historical destiny", which meant that provided that they were loyal the Russian state, all non-Russian ethnic groups were to be considered "Russian". (with the exception of the Jews).

    He returned to the USSR after some negotiations with the NKVD, but entered, was captured, arrested for anti-Soviet activity among the White Guards in Manchuria, and subsequently executed. Subsequently, one of his books (The Last Will of a Russian Fascist) entered Russia's Federal List of Extremist Materials.

    Vonsiasky.png Vonsiaskyism

    Vonsiatskyism is the ideology based off of the political views Anastasy Vonsiatsky and manifested in Vonsiatsky's various political projects like All-Russian Fascist Organization (created in 1933) and its successors, primarily based in Putnam, Connecticut USA, notably Vonsiatsky opposed anti-Semitism and claimed that his party's only intention was "to form in Russia a truly democratic government".

    Vonsiatsky claimed that his party has the following goals:

    • "With the existence of Germany and Adolf Hitler, as a fortified base, and directing center for all anti-Communist movements, the beginning of a war by the USSR with Germany can change with lightning-like rapidity into the end of International Communism and the victory of the Russian National Revolution."
    • The Party "does not support either Germany's or Japan's ambition for hegemony in Europe or the Far East."
    • "The Germans and the Japanese have never made clear their attitude toward a replacement of the present Stalinist rule by a Russian National Government.
    • "The sole aim of our organization is to return Russia to a free people with a government elected by the people, of the people and for the people."
    • "Our intention is to form in Russia a truly DEMOCRATIC government."
    • The Party "is not anti-Semitic."

    How to Draw

    Flag of Clerical Fascism

    Clerfash is shown as being Fascism ball with a Red-Gold Colour Scheme and a cross on top of the Fasces.

    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Draw a couple Red Lines.
    3. Out of the middle-top and middle-bottom of the bundle of sticks you've drawn draw a small red line each.
    4. On the Top line draw a red line going through to form a cross.
    5. Right of the Red lines, draw an Axes coming out of them.
    6. Through the Bundle of sticks draw Gold lines form in a "Z" pattern.
    7. Add the ayes and you’re done.


    Clerical Fascism is usually portrayed as an extreme Romanian Orthodox that usually really dislikes other religions. He absolutely hates all forms of degeneracy (as according to the Bible), and usually takes a hard-line view of race and nationality, not unlike Nazi.png National Socialism. He is usually very haughty, but he is extremely orderly and his loyalty will never wear out. His favorite book is the handmaidens tale, as it portrays him as the leading force in the former United States, but he likes to rip out the ending where it implies gilead is not immortal and ever standing.



    • Fash.png Fascism - Mussolini makes the Catheo.png Vatican great again.
    • AusFash.png Austrofascism - Engelbert Dollfuss did not worship Krampus.
    • Blueshirt.png Blueshirtism - The Irish Brigade saves Spain from socialist secularism.
    • Integralismf.png Brazilian Integralism - You have hated fascism but you are still a clerical fascist.
    • Flang.png Falangism - You are still with us even you did not like Carlism.png Carlists that much.
    • Pron.png Peronism - You bailed me out when T*toists invaded.
    • Nacionalismo.png Nacionalismo - Proto-Peronism.
    • PolFal.png Polish Falangism - Don't let the communist atheists get you.
    • Hun.png Hungarism - Oops, I have forgotten about you and that is my bad.
    • Legion.png Legionarism - Did I give birth to you or did you give birth to me?
    • SL.png Silver Legionism - You're right, maybe aliens can make Christianity more epic.
    • Nationalist Front of Mexico.png Mexican Fascism - Caring for the poor is a Distributist.png Christian thing to do.
    • BlackHundred.png Black Hundredism - You existed as a clerical fascist before I was a clerical fascist.
    • Salazar.png Salazarism - You are close enough to become a Fash.png Fascist ideology but at least you are just like me.
    • Franco.png Francoism - Based for kicking the communist filth out of spain and embracing Nationalism and Catholicism instead.
    • Ecofash.png Eco-Fascism - Taking care of the earth God gave us, and accepting of a hierarchical state! What more do I have to say. Just... change your views about race please.
    • Trad.png Traditionalism - We must hold to the values that God gave us.
    • Monarcho-Fascism.png Monarcho-Fascism - My favourite sibling. You are even better than Monarch.png Monarchism.
    • Positive Christianity.png Positive Christianity - Maybe we can be best friends.
    • Crusadism.png Crusadism - Based and Christpilled!
    • Panscan.png Nordicism - Long live Sutler and Norsefire!
    • Mansphere.png Manosphere - Women are dangerous and must be into men power, also feminism is against God.


    Looks Down Upon

    Further Information



    Other Websites



    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

    Recent changes

  • N34 • 4 minutes ago
  • Nordicpresident • 9 minutes ago
  • Nordicpresident • 10 minutes ago
  • NotLibra • 13 minutes ago
  • Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.