Not to be confused with National Libertarianism and Liberal Nationalism.
National Liberalism, also known as Nationalist Liberalism, is an economically centre-right to right-wing, civically center to moderately libertarian, culturally center-right to right-wing with few exceptions and nationalist ideology that is the child of Classical Liberalism and Nationalism. He is also fairly similar to his friend, Civic Nationalism, although Civic Nationalist is usually more moderate. In contrast to National Conservatism, he holds liberal stances on economics, civic liberties and usually on social issues such as LGBT+ rights, drug use, prostitution, pornography, euthanasia and/or abortion (nonetheless there is an important amount of them that holds pro-life and/or traditional family/marriage stances) but is very nationalistic when it comes to things like immigration, Islam (in a European context), citizenship, language and/or international affairs, and is mostly critical of many modern-day woke SJW movements.
It's important to know that national conservative parties which hold economically liberal views are not National Liberal, even though at first they were (and to some extent, still are) closely related usually sharing the same spaces in political groups and parties.
In Europe and more specifically, within the EU countries, it is mostly eurosceptic, ranging from both soft (reforming the EU in order loosen the grip on their country and the country's economy), such as Civic Democratic Party in Czechia, and hard (leaving the EU and/or rejecting eurocentric ideas altogether) forms of Euroscepticism, such as UKIP in the UK.
NatLib can be divided into 2 ideologies: National Conservative Liberalism (NatConLib) and Classical Liberal Nationalism (ClassLibNat). NatConLibs emphasize on traditional values, strong borders and rejecting progressivism, while having liberal views when it comes to economics. To the contrary, ClassLibNats may have some progressive views but in general, they are liberals first, nationalists second.
NatConLib can be classified as being in-between National Liberalism and Reactionary Liberalism.
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Lincolnism is the ideology of the 16th president of the Untied States Abraham Lincoln. Lincolnism was defined by a strong desire for constitutional equality, and the abolition of slavery, as well high tariffs, and is generally more authoritarian than most other variants of national liberalism and is more culturally centrist. Lincolnism's idea of abolition is not based on the idea that all races are equal, but rather on the fear that white people would be enslaved as well. Lincolnism is perhaps regarded as one of the most influential variants of national liberalism alongside Gaulism as it changed the course of the United States and also changed the way America functions as a nation today.
To many people's surprise, National Liberalism has been around for some time now as his origin can be dated back to 19th century's Central Europe, noticeably within modern day Germany and Austria, where liberal supporters were often also the advocators of nationalistic ideas such as the creation of German state. In fact, some of today's German political parties can trace their roots directly to National Liberal Party, the first political party which was officially build around such ideology.
Today, while not many central-to-right liberal political parties or their factions officially announce their ideology as National Liberalism (keep that in mind, as most of them commonly identify as Right-Populist or National Conservative with economically liberal views), its ideas and practices can still be seen in many of them. While not all of them have the similar opinion or practices on issues such as environment (although most of them are not that pro-industrialist as their earlier counterparts) or LGBT+ rights, they still share some noticeable characters such as importance of national identity, stricter immigration laws, anti-globalization and limited state intervention/cooperation with private departments. Some modern anti-globalization political movements are also often categorized as National Liberal, with Brexit as perhaps the most noticeable example.
Third Camp is a term used in Austria for pan-Germanist national liberals, in contrast to the country's other two major political forces: Christian Democrats (ÖVP) and Social Democrats (SPÖ). Today, the main representative of this tradition is the Freedom party of Austria. Historically FPÖ was a center-right party and had liberal stances, despite the fact that it was founded by former Nazis. Its former leader Norbert Steger wanted it to be the Austrian version of German Free Democratic Party. However since 1986 the party became more populist and shifted to the far-right, becoming primarily national conservative under the leadership of Jörg Haider. Some liberal factions still exist inside of it.
The Alliance for the Future of Austria is a party founded by Jörg Haider, self-described as right-liberal and part of the third camp, the party is viewed by the people as a "moderate FPÖ", being in favour of same-sex marriage, abolishing mandatory military conscription, economic liberalism, semi-direct democracy, soft euroscepticism and hardline stances against illegal and mass immigration.
During Sebastian Kurz's first chancellorship, he enacted a combination of policies that can be broadly denominated as "national conservative liberal" - he rejected the global pact for migration, reduction in social spending, tax cuts, augmentation of legal working hours , mandatory German language classes, ban of headscarves in certain places, repeal of the general smoking ban and File:Anti-Nuclear.png opposition to nuclear weapons. Is worth to mention that the Third Camp influenced various secessionists parties and movements in South Tyrol being the first of them called the short-lived Freedom Party of South Tyrol, many of this parties have a friendly relation with the FPÖ.
The Progress Party is a national liberal/libertarian party founded in 1972. It gained national popularity after it's leader Mogens Glistrup paid 0% of income taxes. The party's platform advocated for radical tax cuts, abolition of the income tax all together and reduction of bureaucracy. In the 1973 Danish election, they got 15.9% of the vote and became the second largest party in parliament. In the 80s, the party's platform moved towards nationalism, taking anti-immigration and anti-islam stances. Over the years, the party kept on losing seats and popularity due to constant infighting within it, till becoming extraparliamentary in 2001. With a large chunk of it's members moving onto the Danish People's Party, which unlike Progress Party is more supportive of the country's welfare state while still taking a strongly nationalist position on Immigration and Islam.
In Germany, the National Liberal Party was a major force in the Reichstag during the mid-19th century and was a strong supporter of Chancellor Otto von Bismarck's policies until he started to advocate for Protectionism in 1890's. The party emphasized on the power of state, civil liberties and the economy, but since the 1870's the party has been in decline.
During the interwar period, the German People's Party can be seen as a spiritual successor to NLP. They focused on traditional family values, lower tariffs, opposition to welfare spending and hostility towards Marxism (more specifically, towards social democrats and communists). It was one of the largest liberal parties alongside its rival, German Democratic Party.
In modern times, the Free Democratic Party as well as Alternative for Germany have some national liberal factions.
The short-lived Blue Party was founded by an ex-AfD member Frauke Petry and was a party for those who thought that CDU was too liberal and AfD was too nationalist. The party did not receive any seats in local and federal parliaments.
Likud (The Consolidation) is a major party in Israel that has its roots in Ze'ev Jabotinsky's Revisionist Zionism, as well as in liberal and nationalist ideology. Immediately after the creation of Israel, the Herut (Freedom) party was founded, which was joined in 1961 by the Libralim organization (Liberals) in the Gahal electoral bloc, which was the main force of the opposition.
In economic policy, the party advocates for economic liberalism (as it is a traditional rival to the Labor Party), but also for a very pronounced nationalist rhetoric. On paper they advocate for free market capitalism, but in practise they have adopted a mixed economy.
In cultural policy, the party advocates both free enterprise and nationalism, but sometimes it compromises these ideals in practice because the support for populist economic programs does not meet these ideals. But it is designed to serve voters who are mostly nationalists, low-income and live in small towns and urban neighborhoods.
In more recent times, the party has shifted more towards populism.
Many former Likud MK's have founded splinter parties, such as Kadima (Forward) and New Hope.
Pim Fortuyn was a Dutch politician and author, originally a Marxist and then a social democrat, his views ended up closer to classical liberalism. He rose to prominence because of his criticism of the purple coalition government of Wim Kok and the "Islamification" of the Netherlands. Despite being labelled as far-right by opponents, Fortuyn portrayed himself as a defender of civil liberties and liberal values against Islam such as LGBT and women rights, with him being openly gay. In 2002 he was assassinated by a left-wing environmentalist activist, becoming sort of a martyr for the Dutch right, his ideology and persons also influenced right-liberals parties in Flemish Belgium .
In 2006 right-populist Geert Wilders emerged as a successor to Fortuyn. Founding the Party for Freedom (PVV), an even more overtly anti-islam party, with Wilders outright calling it a "fascist religion". Like Fortuyn, Wilders has described himself as a " right-wing liberal" and a defender of gay and women's rights against Islam. But since the early 2010s he seems to have diverted from economic liberalism and now voices more support for welfare state programs, abit restricted to born-Dutch citizens, which commentators have described as Welfare Chauvinism.
More recently, the party Forum for Democracy (FvD) originally attracted similar national liberal factions who found PVV "too extremist", while also having roots in Fortuynism. However as of late, a majority of them have now left due to the party having more closer ties to the Alt-Right and Neo-Nazis, going off to form splinter parties such as JA21, a Conservative Liberal/National Liberal party founded by Joost Eerdmans, a former Lijst Pim Fortuyn member.
Progress Party (originally Anders Lange's Party for a Strong Reduction in Taxes, Duties and Public Intervention) was founded in 1973 as an anti-tax movement inspired by Mogen Gilstrup's party of the same name.
Erik Gjems-Onstad, an anti-Nazi ex-combatant was also a member of this party and took the leadership of the party after Lange's death, but abandoned the party in 1976. After that he was in different Right-nationalists parties until 2007. He advocated for stricter immigration laws and reduction of it specially from islamic one (being his main topic in his whole political career), at the same time he advocated for the abolition of conscription, separation of the church and state, liberalization of gun possession and also fewer regulations and taxes. Nowdays the party have a Libertarian faction and a National conservative, in his declaration of principles it states to adhere to popular liberalism.
The original National Liberal Party (PNL) was founded in 1875 and was a major political force in Romania before the outbreak of WW2. It supported the local bourgeoisie, seeking to expand the Romanian industry through government subsidies and a protectionist trade policy.
In 1930, PNL-Brătianu, or "Georgists" (named after Gheorghe I. Brătianu,
not him) split from the larger PNL. Georgists were against PNL's protectionist and interventionist policies and advocated for economic liberalism. PNL-Tătărescu was founded in 1944, but not much is known about it.
The modern National Liberal Party is mostly liberal conservative with a national liberal faction within it.
In addition, in Moldova, most pro-European and liberal parties are in support of unification with Romania, rejecting the Moldovan identity (more or less, similar to Third Camp groups in Austria), seeing it as a tool of Russian influence.
Alexei Navalny is an anti-Putin activist and the leader, as well as co-founder of Russia of the Future party. They have expressed support for economic liberalization, privatization of state enterprises, prohibition of state-owned media outlets, ending censorship, right to posses firearms, legalisation of same-sex marriage and abolition of military conscription, but also anti-immigrant, anti-Islamic, anti-georgian and ukrainophobic stances, with him justifying Russia's intervention in Georgia and the annexation of Crimea.
However, Navalny has condemned the recognition of Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics by the Russian government, and the subsequent invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces.
The Democratic Progressive Party is a culturally progressive, economically centre-right to right nationalistic party in the Republic of China and the ruling party of this country since 2016. It is one of two major parties in Taiwan, the other being Kuomintang. DPP promotes Taiwanese national identity, preservation of local languages like Taiwanse Hokkien, Hakka and other indigenous languages and most importantly, the creation of an independent Taiwanese nation and the abolish of ROC, which is opposed to KMT's Chinese identity promotion (which regards Taiwan as part of China) and their ultimate goal of reunification with China (ideally under KMT/ROC's rule).
Their overall cultural progressivism and support for welfare programs makes them differ from many other National Liberal parties. Nonetheless, they are Social Liberal and promote Taiwanese identity. This tendency was related to the nation's White Terror history and the repression against Taiwanese identity and liberal values during said period.
In 2018, Tsai Ing-wen suggested a political framework which dictates which values that are deemed acceptable and recognized in Taiwan, known as Taiwanese Values, which emphasizes on these principles based on Universalism: Democracy, Liberty, Diversity, Openness, Rule of Law, Human Rights, Social Welfare, and Sustainability. Although these values are promoted by the Taiwan People's Party leader Ko Wen-je as one of their core ideology, however this term "Taiwanese Values" can be considered debatably due to lack of clarification, thus turning into a pejorative and satirical term by politicians and netizens critical of the DPP, especially the Pan-Blue Coalition, for instance "Taiwanese Values Idiom Classes" launched by Taiwan People's Party Fans Club to mock the DPP administration, or calling someone whose political views did not align with the Pan-Green coalition "Lack of Taiwanese Values" satirically.
The Patriot Whigs were a split group from the Whig party from 1725 to 1803 founded by William Pulteney in opposition to the government of Robert Walpole specially for his foreign policy.
UK Independence Party or UKIP for short, is a hard Eurosceptic party famously led by Nigel Farage. Initially it was more in line with Classical Liberalism and right-libertarian leanings in terms of economics and civic liberties, while having a strongly nationalist view on British culture. Thatcherism had a strong influence on the party's ideology. However after Farage stepped down as leader, the party moved even more into the far-right. Pretty much abandoning all liberal pretence.
Reform UK (formerly Brexit Party) was founded by Nigel Farage as a spiritual successor to UKIP, after the far-right takeover of the party. The party is closer to UKIP's original roots, describing itself as "classical liberal" in it's constitution.
Proto-Trumpism is based on Donald Trump's beliefs during the 2000 presidential election. Trump sought the nomination of the Reform Party which was beginning to collapse at the time. Some of Trump's positions were similar to his 2016 campaign such as lowering taxes, eliminating the federal debt, opposing NAFTA, increasing pressure on China, increasing military spending, and getting tough on crime. In contrast, Trump also supported universal healthcare and gun control reform. Trump named Oprah Winfrey as his ideal running mate and got into a heated rivalry with Pat Buchanan, the other main candidate for the Reform Party. Trump attacked Buchanan for his anti-Semitic and homophobic views as well as calling him a "Neo-Nazi" and a "Hitler lover".
NatLib's favorite hobby is discussing political events (especially if it's something "dumb" done by progressives — although he does take some of their advice from time to time) on YouTube or other online communities, usually with other right-wing ideologies.
While being fairly open minded to some social issues, he often holds rather suspicious attitude toward people that are not his citizens. His preferences of anti-globalization and stricter immigration laws, as well as his sympathy towards more far-right Ideologies often brought him to conflicts with his more central-to-left relatives, especially Neoliberalism. His relationship with National Conservatism can be sometimes a bit too tenacious nonetheless he still considers him an important and valuable ally,his best friends are Conservative Liberalism and National Libertarianism.
He also hates it when being censored online for his views, constantly bringing up how he should have "Free-Speech".
How to Draw
- Draw a ball with eyes
- On it draw the tricolor of White (top), Gold (middle) and Dark Blue (Bottom)
- On the Gold bar draw 3 stars with either the dark blue or the white.
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- Libertarianism - He's a good friend of mine, even if he can be a bit extreme at times.
- Libertarian Conservatism - Like the guy above, but conservative.
- National Libertarianism - An even more anti-statist version of myself, still based!
- Patriotism - I love my country and there's nothing wrong with that!
- Nationalism - My parent nursed me, just like my nation nursing my citizens!
- Conservative Liberalism - Fellow classical liberal, we have many things in common though he's a slightly more culturally conservative than me.
- Civic Nationalism - My friend who totally gets me! My citizens are my citizens!
- Conservatism - I think you're pretty ok a lot of the time, but have you considered to be a bit more open to new ideas? Like come on, gays are citizens too!
- National Agrarianism - Ah yes, a return to a simpler life. Be less statist, please.
- LGBT Conservatism - We're the true LGBT allies, unlike those Islamo-Leftists who took Fortuyn's life!
Though I'm somewhat skeptical of the "T" part.
- Alt-Lite - Weird, but overall pretty tolerable. Plus Sargon is based. Just try to distance yourself from him more and believe in conspiracy theories less.
- Right-Wing Populism - You're a good ally for the most part, though you be a bit annoying and goes a bit far sometimes and won't shut up when you should, but I know you mean well.
You do, right? Just promise you won't embarrass me this time.,
- Progressive Conservatism - Dude... that's very based!
- Constitutional Monarchism - Long live to queen Elizabeth! May she rest in peace.
- Libertarian Monarchism - Es lebe Hans-Adam II. von Liechtenstein!
- Austrian School - Mises was a very wise man.
- Yellow Unionism - My labour wing, class collaboration is essential for nations to prosper.
- Monetarism - The best form to manage our national currency.
- Ordo-Liberalism - Original Neoliberalism isn't bad at all.
- Right Reformism - I like your plan.
- Isolationism - Best foreign policy, but calm down with him.
- Kemalism - Though you may be a leftist, you're one of the few based ones. Chose modernization, human rights and the enlightenment over him. Nice going pal. Just drop the 'statism' part please.
- Gaullism, Venizelism and Jan Emmmanuel Thought - Most respectable leftists. But again, statism.
- Fiscal Conservatism - No more public debt, high taxes, deficit budgets and spending on useless things like foreign aid, welfare for non-citizens and "too big to fail" rescues, for my nation.
- Constitutionalism - Awesome!
- Eco-Capitalism - The best solution to environmental problems.
- Powellism - Legendary patriot!
- Zionism - The Jews do have a right to move to their national homeland! Also, Israel is based.
- Liberal Tridemism - based despite being part of the KMT, some of my followers in Taiwan vote for you.
- Menemism - Similar case than above but Peronist, Carlos Menem era un capo!
- Girondism - You're the good one in the french revolution.
- Jeffersonian Democracy - Another legendary patriot! Drop your anti-capitalist leanings though.
- Hayekism - A great intellectual of the right against big and one world government. But calm down with your advocacy for dictatorship.
- Helvetic Model - Switzerland is ultrabased.
- Diarchy - Andorra is quite cool.
- Laicism - We must fight all forms of religious fundamentalism, especially when it comes to Islam.
- Cultural Christianity - Best ChristNat and the most powerful weapon against islam.
- National Democracy - We share many opinions on the economy, democracy, social cohesion, and sovereignty.
- Optimateism - Good for his timeplace.
- Liberal Conservatism - We both agree on finding a balance between conservative and liberal stances on social issues. But he calls me "racist" and kept delaying Brexit.
- Bismarckism - We helped each other once, but you're too collectivist, protectionist and a closet socialist (though you deny the latter).
- Pan-Nationalism - We used to be good friends back in the day, especially in Germany, Austria, Czechia, and Italy to some extent. Nowadays he starts to sound just like this guy, but he constantly denies it.
- National Conservatism - You have the right ideas for the most part, though can you be a little less culturally conservative and a lot less statist? Also, just because most of you are economically liberal doesn't mean you're me! Quit hijacking my parties, like you've done with them!
- Progressivism - You aren't bad in theory, but your antics can get quite ridiculous.
- Classical Liberalism - Look dad, I don't really disagree with you, it's just that I think my citizens' lives matter more.
- Liberalism - Same as above. I'm just, uh- prioritizing, okay?
- Reactionary Liberalism - Even if he's pretty much me but on steroids, crack and other hard drugs, we're not the same. Besides that, he's kinda ok I guess... though I don't think people question your liberalism without reason.
- Paleoconservatism - A bigot with some good ideas and concepts, but ultimately still a bigot.
- Paleolibertarianism - Just hang out with him less and we're good.
- Gremialismo - Chilean pal, but helping and simping for dictators is really not my cup of tea.
- Environmentalism - On one hand, I really like the fact that preserving the environment helps our nation prosper, but on the other, well... let's just say that a lot of my followers aren't exactly fans of yours. Oh and a lot of you also tend to pander to the left, so I guess that explains it.
- Industrialism - My old acquaintances with exact opposite problems than the former one. I mean I like you, but how can we improve our citizens' life if you keep outsourcing those jobs? Also, tone down that chimney a bit will ye? People nowadays ain't that fond of smog.
- Paternalistic Conservatism - Fellow Brexiteer, but your economic policies are pretty bureaucratic.
- Welfare Chauvinism - Your social views are too extreme and your economics are too lefty for my liking. Though we both agree that Geert Wilders is based and that welfare should be restricted to citizens, so now we at least get along on that.
- Liberal Feminism - First-wave feminism is definitely what feminism should be. It's sad that those identity politics obsessed SJWs took over.
- Trumpism - I supported you back in 2000, but nowadays, well, let's just say you have your ups and downs. But the way you still make lefties mad is based. Still, quit it with those tariffs.
- Islamic Democracy - A Muslim I'd definitely get along with if he didn't help certain reactionaries rise to power...
- Left-Wing Nationalism - Left-wing statist who cares about the nation? Now I've seen everything... #Lexit was cool and some say that we get along in Taiwan.
- Cultural Nationalism - What do you mean by "Liberalism isn't a culture"?
- Korwinism - He really knows how to troll those SJWs so he's based in that regard. But he can get too homophobic and sexist- and an unironic absolute monarchist?! Sheesh, and some people call me crazy...
- Liberaltarianism - Based... for a progressive.
- Social Liberalism - Meh, bureaucratic progressive... But DPP is based.
- Third Way - I mean, it's actually not that bad, but Blair's administration was kinda awful.
- Anarcho-Capitalism - I'm a fan of individualism, property, civil liberties, and free markets too, but God, you're weird.
- Macronism - You're a cringe globalist and eurocrat. But I appreciate that you're taking a stance against those Islamists.
- Homofascism - Gay AND nationalist? Okay then. Just please drop that Nazi stuff
and all that leather too, it's making me uncomfortable.
- Neoconservatism - I'm mixed on you. Fighting communists and Islamist terrorists is incredibly based. However, these military interventions have, unfortunately, escalated the refugee crisis beyond control. The Iraq War and the NATO intervention in Libya were giant mistakes indeed.
- Neo-Libertarianism - I'm sorry what?
- Regulationism - Usually a mess but sometimes necessary to protect my people and nation.
- Separatism - Sometimes good, sometimes horrible, that's all I have to say.
But if you dare to secede from our Stanistan, well illegally that is, I swear to God torturing you will be my pleasure!
- Borisism - Too statist, but at least you got Brexit done (finally) and lifted Covid restrictions.
- Neoliberalism - Thatcher was a great inspiration to the Brexit movement. But your modern overt supporters are all cringe globalists and europhiles.
- Radical Centrism - Too moderate, but Albert Rivera, Ross Perot and Michael Lind are ok.
- Integral Neo-Darwinism - Great... An alt-rightoid claiming to be me. But I have to admit you have a good amount of based takes on economics, immigration, liberalism, democracy, nation, and so on. Drop all edgy racist and xenophobic garbage and maybe then we can work together.
- Utilitarian Ethnonationalism - Another one.
- Breivikism - I condemn this murderous racist piece of trash!
but you have some based ideas and views
- Zemmourism - You're like a Jewish French version of Donald Trump, but also a straight-up reactionary.
I voted for him in the French elections.
- Traditionalism - I usually support you but please don't go too far, better than progressivism though.
- National Socialism - You actually made nationalism worse!
- Fascism - Filthy totalitarian despot that ruined Gentile, Volpio and Stefani.
- Ultranationalism - Stop infiltrating my movement, you insane totalitarian! I'll never forgive you for what you did to UKIP!
- Alt-Right - SHUT. UP. PLEASE! You're hijacking my movements and I really hate the fact that some of my followers like you. Just leave me alone you neo-Nazi scumbag!
- National Anarchism - You're just a Nazi who hates the state.
- Pinochetism - Even if you also hate commies, I stand against dictatorships.
- Social Democracy - Darn bureaucrats.
- Democratic Socialism - Bernie and AOC are commies in denial!
- Marxism–Leninism - Yes, I'm a nationalist and a liberal. Problem?
- National Bolshevism - Nazism + Communism = Whatever this is.
- Reactionary Socialism - Feudalist, crusadist and socialist. No thanks!
- Islamic Theocracy - Please integrate into my culture or go home.
- Imperialism - 1848-49 revolutions were based, and so was the dissolution of the USSR.
- European Federalism - Brexit goes brrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
- State Liberalism - You ruined my name and damaging the nation. Also, #woke for #woke's sake is stupid, not to mention you're trying to force it on everyone.
- Anti-Fascism - You're the real fascist!
Please stop throwing milkshakes at me.
- Radical Feminism - Neither liberal nor feminist. You've ruined your mother's effort.
- Jihadism - GET. OUT. YOU TERRORIST!
- Mediacracy - BuzzFeed is a flaming pile of garbage.
- Authoritarian Conservatism - Even if I think your cultural views are okay for the most part, get out of my sight, you despot!
- Authoritarian Capitalism - Like the above, but economically-wise.
- Racial Nationalism - For the last time, citizens are citizens you racist bigot!
- Ethnic Nationalism - And the same goes to you, xenophobic trash!
Although I agree that mass illegal foreign immigration into my country is a serious issue.
- Protectionism - Free trade and markets are a must for a truly prosperous nation!
but your fair-trade variant is very nice and useful, also thanks for your help in Romania and US
- Dengism - Free Xinjiang! Free Hong Kong!
But honestly, Li Ao was kinda based.
- Putinism - Down with the Party of Crooks and Thieves!
- Globalism - You are pure evil.
- World Federalism - A more mannered version of above created to caught us with the guard down into his tramp, your tricks don't work with me!
- Alter-Globalization - Red mannered version of above and my opposite.
- Liberal Socialism - You are a closet commie, deal with that.
- Corporatocracy - You are destroying markets and national sovereignty!
- Anti-Japaneseism - WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK!?
- Confederatism - Each Dixie boy must understand that he must mind his Uncle Sam!
- Tridemism - BuT wE'rE AlL CHineSE!!! But hey, can't expect much from a bunch of silly heads who expelled Granpa Li and purged my grand grandfather Chiang Wei-shui's TPP.
- National liberalism
- Liberalism in Austria
- Liberalism in Germany
- Liberalism and radicalism in Romania
- Sixtiers movement in the Soviet Union
- Donald Trump 2000 Presidential Campaign
- Free Brazil Movement
- Liberalist Movement
- William Pulteney
- Rudolf von Bennigsen
- Gustav Stresemann
- Thomas Kemmerich
- Holger Zastrow
- Sven Tritschler
- Gustav Groß
- Karel Kramář
- Ion C. Brătianu
- Tomáš Masaryk
- Alberto Caroncini
- Luis A. Ferre
- Pim Fortuyn
- Geert Wilders
- Václav Klaus
- Carl Benjamin
- Anders Lange
- Erik Gjems-Onstad
- Carl Ivar Hagen
- Dave Rubin
- Bruce Bawer
- Benjamin Netanyahu
- Alexei Navalny
- Lí Ting-hui
- Saad Zaghloul
- Mostafa El-Nahas
- Essam Shiha
- Roman Rybarski
- Adam Heydel
- Richard Sulìk
- Sakamoto Ryōma
- Serhii Sternenko
- UK Independence Party (UKIP) (Farage Era)
- Reform UK (Formerly known as the "Brexit Party")
- Party for Freedom (PVV)
- Forum for Democracy (FvD) (factions)
- Proud of Netherlands
- Livable Rotterdam
- Belang van Nederland
- New Hope
- The Way of the Land
- Yisrael Beitenu
- Progress Party
- Progress Party
- New Flemish Alliance
- Freedom Party of Austria (initially/factions)
- Austrian People's Party (Kurz faction)
- Alliance for the Future of Austria
- Freedom Party of Switzerland
- Civic Democratic Party
- Free Democratic Party (factions)
- Alternative For Germany (factions)
- Italian Liberal Right
- New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico
- Liberal Party of Montenegro
- New Democracy
- New Right
- Republican Alternative Party
- Europe of Free Fatherlands- Polish Party
- People's Party of Canada
- Russia of the Future
- Democratic Choice
- Jobbik (Post-Rebrand)
- Democratic Progressive Party
- New Wafd Party
- Freedom and Solidarity
- Cape Independence Party
- National Liberal Party
- National Liberal Party
- National Liberal Party
- Japan Innovation Party
- Clive Palmer's United Australia Party
Historical and defunct parties
- Patriot Whigs (1725-1803)
- Constitutional Party (1861-1881)
- National Liberal Party (1867-1918)
- Young Finnish Party (1878-1918)
- National Constitution Party (1905-1918)
- German People's Party (1918-1933)
- Greater German People's Party (1920-1934)
- National Liberal Party (1931-1968)
- Federation of Independents (1949-1955)
- National Liberal Party (1842-1882)
- National Liberal Party (1875-1950)
- Wafd Party (1919-1952)
- Freedom Party of South Tyrol (1987-1989)
- New Democracy (1991-2000)
- Pim Fortuyn List (2002-2008)
- German Freedom Party (2010-2016)
- Japan Innovation Party (2014-2016)
- The Blue Party (2017-2019)
- VoorNederland (2014-2017)
- Old Czech Party (1848-1918)
- Young Czech Party (1874-1918)
- Czechoslovak National Democracy (1919-1934)
- People Party (2020-2022)
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- National und liberal by Dieter Grillmayer (In German)
- Polityka i gospodarstwo by Roman Rybarski (in Polish)
- Wreckage of eight years of purple by Pym Fortuyn (in Dutch)
- Restoring Britishnes by UKIP
- Believe in Britain by UKIP
- Finns Youth Party Program
- List of numbers of L'Azione
- The America We Deserve by Donald J. Trump
- nationalliberalisme (In Danish)
- Mises nationalism right self determination and problem of immigration
- Som Slovensky Liberal (In Slovenian)
- Liberalisme et Nation (In France)
- Liberalisme et Inmigration (In France)
- Liberalism Needs a Nation
- Le ragioni Dell Interventismo Nazional-Liberale nel Pensiero di Gioacchino Volpe (In Italian)
- Liberalnazionalismo (In Italian)
- Social-federalism vs National-liberalism
- True Beliefs and Opportunyism:Navalny's Tangled Political Development
- The defensive liberalism of Geert Wilders
- Die Geschitchte des nationalliberalen Lagers und der FPÖ (video list)
- The Republican Party and National Liberalism by Argent
- A Classical Liberal Case Against The European Union by CADI
- Freheitliches Bildungsinstitut
- The Dave Cullen Show
- Bruce Bawer
- The Rubin Report
- Benjamin Netanyahu
- Paul Nielsen
- PPC Official
- Richard Sulìk
- Un Socio Liberal
- Alexei Navalny
- ↑ There are rumours that he cooperates with SBU
- ↑ https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/1450
- ↑ https://www.frp.no/om-frp
- ↑ "We dislike serious faces and pathetic speeches. Instead, we value humor, trolling and art of provocation."
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoxI82wOQ48
- ↑ Alternative Mitte
- ↑ Liberale Offensive
- ↑ He also supported Russia in its war against Georgia in August 2008, using a derogatory term for Georgians in some of his blog posts and calling for all Georgians to be expelled from Russia.
- ↑ https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/ukrainealert/russias-navalny-protests-provoke-mixed-emotions-in-ukraine/
- ↑ The Moscow Times (February 24 2022), "Reactions to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine"; “I am against this war. This war will cause a great number of casualties, destroy lives and will further impoverish Russian citizens.”
- ↑ https://www.chinatimes.com/realtimenews/20201120005802-260407?chdtv
- ↑ UKIP 2021 manifesto
- ↑ National association of trade unions
- ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20110929011506/http://www.frp.no/no/Vi_mener/Andre_temaer/Okonomisk_politikk/