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    One-Nation Conservatism

    One Nation Conservatism aka One-Nationism or Tory Democracy is an economically and culturally CLeft.png Rfrm.png centre-left to Cright.png ModTrad.png centre-right ideology. Similar to Patcon.png Paternalistic Conservatism and Cdem.png Christian Democracy, it advocates the preservation of established institutions and traditional principles within a Dem.png political democracy, combined with economic and social programs that benefit the working class. It believes that society develops in an organic way instead of engineering. Founded by Cball-UK.png UK Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli in the 1840s. After the post-war consensus in 1945, it became the prominent ideology of the Con-t.png Conservative Party. Up until the leadership of Thatcher.png Margaret Thatcher in the late 70s, which moved the party towards Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism. However it has made somewhat of a comeback in the 21st century, though most of its modern proponents are generally more Econlib.png economically liberal and socially liberal.


    Cameronism.png One World Conservatism

    One World Conservatism is a economically centre-right and culturally centre to centre-left ideology based off the views and policies of former UK prime minister and Tory Party leader David Cameron.


    Soccap.png Big Society Libertarian Paternalism.png


    MusLib.png Muscular Liberalism


    Fiscon.png Austerity


    Onenatlab.png One Nation Labour

    One Nation Labour is an economically and culturally centre-left ideology based on the views and policies of former UKLab.png Labour leader EdMiliband.png Ed Miliband. It is a rebranded form of Socdem.png Social Democracy (soft left) that takes influence from both Disraeli.png Disraeli's idea of One-Nationism and the policies of ClementAttlee.png Clement Attlee. It also takes a few more Modnat.png patriotic stances, specifically on immigration. The current Labour leader Starmer.png Keir Starmer's platform can be seen as reconciling the MSocdem.png soft left policies of One-Nation Labour and New Labourism.png third-way politics of Blairism.

    BoJo.png Borisism

    Borisism represents the policies of the former Cball-UK.png UK prime minister and leader of the Con-t.png Tory party, BoJo.png Boris Johnson, it is culturally centre-right, mildly authoritarian, economically centre to centre-right and British Little England nationalist ideology.


    19th Century

    The term, One-Nation Conservatism, has been around since Benjamin Disraeli declared in 1837 that “the Tory party, unless it is a national party, is nothing”. In his book, Sybil, or The Two Nations, published in 1845, Disraeli suggested that the rich and poor were “as ignorant of each other’s habits, thoughts, and feelings, as if they were dwellers in different zones, or inhabitants of different planets” - and therefore were two separate nations.

    20th Century

    The meaning of One-Nation Conservatism has “changed confusingly over the years. In the late 19th century, Disraeli’s successor, Lord Salisbury, altered the meaning to uniting the kingdom, rather than the classes. Then, in the 1940s, the term was reinvented for the age of the welfare state, to refer to a new form of Conservative paternalism.

    Margaret Thatcher abandoned One Nation Conservatism, preferring Chicago economics over Keynesian welfarism.

    21st Century

    The group published a written declaration, explaining its values: 
    Twitter.png Values of the group

    What is #OneNation Conservatism?


    Onenatcon.png One-Nation Conservatism advocates the preservation of established institutions and traditional principles within a political democracy, in combination with social and economic programmes designed to benefit the ordinary person.


    Onenatcon.png One-Nation Conservatism is often shown as paternalistic and is willed(obligated) to help the ones who are "under" him (though he does not like the idea of the lower class becoming socially "equal" classes). Besides these traits, he is a gentleman who is always polite and tries to understand others' views. His favorite term is noblesse oblige. He has a british accent as well.

    How to Draw

    Symbol of One-Nation Conservatism
    The design of One-Nation Conservatism is based on the logo of the Tory Reform Group, an organisation that follows One-Nation principles.
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill in with white.
    3. Draw a light cyan border inside the ball.
    4. Draw the letters TRG in indigo.
    5. Draw in the eyes.

    You're done!

    Color Name HEX RGB
    Turquoise #6dfdf4 109, 253, 244
    Royal Blue #6167b0 97, 103, 176
    White #ffffff 255, 255, 255




    • Authdem.png Authoritarian Democracy - I respect democracy, but once elected a leader must evade corruption. Just ignore that Boris is a corrupt cronyist.
    • UKLab.png Labour Party - I may not like them, but they're still worthy opponents. We share similar sentiments but you lack the conservative side.
    • World.png Globalism - I got no issue with free trade, but can you stay in your lane when it comes to government?
    • WelfChauvin.png Welfare Chauvinism - Good ideas, but too extreme and kinda racist.
    • Libconserv3.png Liberal Conservatism - We used to be friendly, but then we had a huge falling out over Brexit.
    • Rpop-tinfoilhat.png Right-Wing Populism - Thanks for helping me win the election, but I'm worried you're starting to turn on me.
    • Starmer.png Starmerism - Based patriotism and communitarianism, but why socialism?
    • Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism - Free Trade and Capitalism work well for the people, most of the time but there is something called "a society" Maggie (ding dong she is dead). I prefer Friedburg or Keynesianism over Chicago economics anyway. It appears Truss is just Thatcher reborn (who thankfully quit after 45 days).
    • Trumpism.png Trumpism - I used to support you, however, I also criticized you a lot. BoJo was notoriously compared to you because of his haircut. But I kinda like how The Biden Guy who opposes Putin. And yes, I did endorse Obama's campaign in the past.
    • Demlib.png Liberal Democrats - We used to be very tense, but in the recent decades, I've been more open to the free-market and BoJo was culturally moderate. We both oppose Corbynism-ball.png Corbyn. But it’s a shame that you a Eurofederalist cuck.


    • ML.png Marxism–Leninism - No rights? Damn, unbased.
    • Nazi.png Nazism - Yeah, committing mass genocide isn't based.
    • Fash.png Fascism - Sir, we beat you in WW2. And you failed because of your obsession with totalitarianism.
    • Corbynism-ball.png Corbynism - Worst enemies of my factions in both major parties!
    • Muslim 2.png Islamic Theocracy - Islam sets societies back.
    • Altl.png Alt-Lite - I'm lifting restrictions, now! Calm down! What's wrong with "Built back better", anyways?
    • Putin.png Putinism - Tyrant and rashist. That's why I support Ukraine against you and embargoed your oil exports. Wait, BoJo was a corrupt authcon too?

    Further Information





    1. Cameron was not a libertarian but has said the ideas of Libertarian Paternalism inspired his big society project
    2. https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/magazine/britains-new-gaullists
    3. https://www.ft.com/content/3de68e8a-b9d7-11e9-8a88-aa6628ac896c
    4. Presented himself as an economically liberal/socially libertarian conservative while Mayor of London, moved towards National Populism during the Brexit era, before implementing Authoritarian/Paternalistic Conservative policies as Prime Minister. Was also accused of only endorsing Brexit in order to further his own career.
    5. https://web.archive.org/web/20190723081709/https://talkradio.co.uk/news/boris-johnson-brexit-delay-would-be-seen-elite-conspiracy-thwart-brexit-19011829549
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