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    Necrocracy is an ideology that is ruled by a deceased former leader. An example of a necrocracy is in Cball-North Korea.png North Korea[1][2] and historically the chanka culture, in Peru. Necrocracy is usually an off-compass Gero.png Gerontocracy.

    Conceptions

    • Ceremonial necrocracy - The term necrocracy has been used to refer a type of government in which a leader remains the head of state even after they died, akin to a role of the monarch in a Cermon.png ceremonial monarchy. An example of a ceremonial necrocracy includes the Cball-North Korea.png Democratic People's Republic of Korea in which Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il are given the title of eternal leaders (eternal president and eternal chairman respectively) of North Korea.[1][2]
    • Rule through Will and Testament - The use of will and testament can be said to be an example (even if minor) of necrocracy, as a person dictates what should be done after they are dead. Notable examples include 3princ.png Tridemism, which Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Last Will and Testament (國父遺囑) became an influence throughout China[3], especially early revolutionaries. Currently in Cball-Taiwan.png Taiwan, Sun's Last Will and Testament accompanies his portrait and the Flag of the Republic of China to be displayed during official events and government buildings except the Ministry of Defence, although the Reading of Sun's Last Will and Testament in public speeches are no longer practiced.
    • Tradition as the democracy of the dead - According to the Distributist.png distributist writer G.K. Chesterton the usage of Trad.png tradition within politics can be said to be 'democracy of the dead'.[4]

    Tradition may be defined as an extension of the franchise [to vote]. Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about. All democrats object to men being disqualified by the accident of birth; tradition objects to their being disqualified by the accident of death. Democracy tells us not to neglect a good man’s opinion, even if he is our groom; tradition asks us not to neglect a good man’s opinion, even if he is our father. I, at any rate, cannot separate the two ideas of democracy and tradition; it seems evident to me that they are the same idea. We will have the dead at our councils. The ancient Greeks voted by stones; these shall vote by tombstones. It is all quite regular and official, for most tombstones, like most ballot papers, are marked with a cross.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1908), Orthodoxy p. 43
    • Rule of the undead - The most literal, and least possible conception of necrocracy. In such a system power is concentrated within various types of undead creations such as zombies, skeletons and ghosts.

    Personality

    For the first design, Necrocracy is portrayed as a zombie, having a taste for brains and runs for the other ideologies.

    For the second design, Necrocracy is portrayed as a ghost, scaring the others with a boo or in some cases a jumpscare. Ego.png Egoism doesn't like spooks.

    How to Draw

    Skull design

    Flag of Necrocracy
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill in with green.
    3. Draw a white skull.
    4. Draw a left eye, which is partially closed.
    5. Draw a right eye, which is hanging out of it's eyehole.

    You're done!

    Ghost design

    1. Draw a ghost.
    2. Fill in with white/grey or a translucent white/grey.
    3. Add a crown.
    4. Draw in the eyes.

    You're done!

    Relations

    Friends

    Mixed

    Enemies

    • Ego.png Egoism - Boo. (I am a spook, why don't you like ghosts?)

    Further Reading

    Wikipedia

    Articles

    Citations

    1. 1.0 1.1 The Constitution of North Korea (1972): 'The great idea of Comrade Kim Il Sung and the great achievements made under his leadership are the lasting treasures of the Korean revolution and the basic guarantee for the prosperity of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Under the leadership of the Workers' Party of Korea, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Korean people will hold the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung in high esteem as the eternal President of the Republic and carry the revolutionary cause of Juche through to completion by defending and carrying forward the idea and achievements of Comrade Kim Il Sung. The Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea shall be called Kim Il Sung's Constitution, the codification of the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung's Juche-oriented ideas on and exploits in State building.'
    2. 2.0 2.1 Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (2012): 'Under the leadership of the Workers’ Party of Korea, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Korean people will uphold the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung as the eternal President of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Comrade Kim Jong Il as the eternal Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and will carry the revolutionary cause of Juche through to completion by defending and carrying forward their ideas and achievements.'
    3. Constitution of the Republic of China (Taiwan): 'The National Assembly of the Republic of China, by virtue of the mandate received from the whole body of citizens, in accordance with the teachings bequeathed by Dr. Sun Yat-sen in founding the Republic of China, and in order to consolidate the authority of the State, safeguard the rights of the people, ensure social tranquility, and promote the welfare of the people, does hereby establish this Constitution, to be promulgated throughout the country for faithful and perpetual observance by all.'
    4. Orthodoxy, Chapter 4

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