Ludwig Collins Thought

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Ludwig Collins Thought on Socialism with Ballinfoylish Characteristics for a 21st Century Republic or simply Ludwig Collins Thought is a left-wing ideology created by the Irish micronational politician Ludwig Collins. The ideology is centred around the beliefs of its creator, though others are known to fit the definition of the ideology. It combines left-wing Socialist economics with both progressive and traditionalist social views. For this reason, the ideology is also referred to as Socialist-traditionalism. The only party currently espousing Ludwig Collins Thought is the Fatherland Front of Ballinfoyleburg.




The colour often associated with Ludwig Collins Thought is yellow. This created some confusion as yellow is also the colour most associated with Liberalism, which is an ideology that Ludwig Collins fundamentally disagrees with. Collins stated that the reason for use of yellow was because a shade of that colour can be used by mixing red (a colour often used to represent Socialism) and green (a colour that is associated with both Irish nationalism and environmentalism) together. Collins compared this situation to the one faced by the Republican party in America, which uses the colour red despite being a predominantly right-wing and anti-socialist party.


Galwegian Socialism

Galwegian Socialism is a Left-Wing ideology that advocates for a fully socialist Galway. It was created in March 2022 by Thomas Jacobs and predates modern Ludwig Collins Thought by several months. Jacobs later became a staunch anti-socialist, and the ideology was adopted by Collins as a strand of his greater ideology.


Commune-Micronationalism was the predecessor ideology to Ludwig Collins Thought. Unlike the modern ideology, it held openly far-left Marxist beliefs. This variant is also known as Proto-Ludwig Collins Thought, as many elements of it were later altered and moderated before becoming recognisable as modern Ludwig Collins Thought.