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    Marhaenism is a economically left political ideology developed by the First President of Indonesia Sukarno, as a form from Nation.png socio-Nationalism, Dem.png socio-Democracy, national unity, culture, collectivist economics, and is formally defined as "Marxism adapted to Indonesian conditions" or just "Marxism with Indonesian Characteristics".

    It was established as an Anticap.png anti-Capitalist and anti-Imperialist ideology that promotes Dem.png Democratic rights in opposition to Sec.png Authoritarianism, while condemning Lib.png Liberalism and Individualism.

    The economic system of Marhaenism, goods that are not/have been needed will not be produced, because everyone in the household certainly ensures the profile and level of its own needs before making anything, sort of a more civilian approach to Autarky.

    Although generally thought of as a more radical version of what is essentially Agsoc.png Agrarian Socialism, Marhaenism itself as said by Soekarno, is a third-position styled belief. it mixed Indonesian Ultranat.png Ultranationalism, American Rights of independence, and Marxist Ideals from the Communist Manifesto.

    It is common to mistake Marhaenism as something that isn't as wacky as national bolshevism, although it can be seen that it is inherently Ultranationalistic, as seen in Sukarno's policies on the acts of Konfrontasi and general policies of anti-western and anti-eastern influences. in 1960, as according to Soekarno's own words in the UN General Court, he specifically stated that his own personal ideology was a sublimation between both Russian-styled Lenin.png Bolshevism and American-styled Nation.png Nationalism, added with a mix of Panc.png Pancasila.

    The origin of the term "Marhaen" was considered debatable, as there are several variations of the origin accepted, which are:

    1. From a farmer named Marhaen who lived in Bandung, West Java visited by Bung Karno in between 1926-1927
    2. From Surkano's speech Indonesia Menggugat which suggested the term "marhaen" to substitute the term "proletariat"
    3. From the abbreviation "Marx-Hegel-Engels", suggested by Soegiarso Soerojo.


    Marhaenist is portrayed as having the personality of Sukarno; radiant, charismatic, and confident.

    Just like Sukarno in real life, the ideology itself despised Western colonialism and Eastern Imperialism, although funny enough, Sukarno has a soft spot for Japanese Imperialism

    How to Draw

    Flag of Marhaenism
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Color it with a tricoloured style flag, being dark red on two ends and white in the middle.
    3. Draw a huge light-red star in the middle.
    4. Draw the marhaenist symbol, a triangle with outer black colour and inner white colour.
    5. Then draw the red-black triangle symbolizing the PNI.
    6. (optional) Add in the the name of the PNI-Marhaen Front in the bottom of the symbol.
    7. Draw red-coloured beret.
    8. Draw a pin of the indonesian flag embroidened into it.
    9. (optional) You could always draw a songkok instead of the beret.
    10. Add eyes or sunglasses.





    • Sec.png Authoritarianism - Even though you're good at stabilizing the country, you're just going to make more suffering. Still necessary though.


    • Cap.png Capitalism - You're just exploiting farmers and the poor. shame of you.
    • Imp.png Imperialism - Forced labor, killings, exploitation, and many others. shame of you too.
    • Necon.png Neoconservatism - You aided Suharto in his mass murder against communists. shame of you three.
    • Suharto.png Suhartoism - F*** you, Suharto!
    • Lib.png Liberalism - Ew. Liberalism is sh*t.

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