Maoist-Worker's Party of Secundomia

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This article is about the modern Maoist-Worker's Party of Secundomia founded in 2016. It should not be confused with its predecessor, the Worker's Party of Secundomia.

Maoist-Worker's Party of Secundomia
ChairpersonParker I
FoundedApril 30, 2016
HeadquartersEastern Secundomia (2016)
Blue Hills District (2017)
Hyde (2018-19)
Hanover (2020)
Political positionFar-left
ColoursDark Red

The Maoist-Worker's Party of Secundomia or MWPS is the vanguard political party of the Federation of Secundomian Socialist Republics, as single-party state. The MWPS was created in early 2016 as a takeover and split from the Worker's Party of Secundomia which had succumbed to inactivity. Parker I spearheaded the takeover and also the creation of the FSSR under the newly christened Maoist-Worker's Party.


The MWPS traces its roots back to the earlier Worker's Party of Secundomia. The Worker's Party was founded by Jaedon I who lead a revolution in the Kingdom of Secundomia to confront Parker I. After Parker's abdication, the Worker's Party became a leader in a coalition with the Anti-Sloth Party. However, inactivity beset the coalition. On April 30, 2016, Parker I split from the Worker's Party and founded the Maoist-Worker's Party. Seizing power in not only Secundomia but also Sterling and Tergumterra, the MWPS became the dominant force in all three nations, leading to the creation of the Secundomian Federation.


The Maoist-Worker's Party inherited most of its predecessor's ideological leanings. The Party strongly adheres, at least publicly, to Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, particularly under the work's of J. Moufawad-Paul.

Communist Necessity

The core belief of the MWPS is Communist Necessity. Derived from the philosophy of J. Moufawad-Paul, the party believes a Communist future is not just desirable, but is an ethical necessity for the survival of humanity. This belief means the party has no tolerance for anti-communism or reformism and requires absolute power with the nation to ensure this. Necessity was core to the dissolution of the Revolutionary Coalition that lead the Democratic Republic, as ties with the revisionist Anti-Sloth Party were viewed as parasitic to the revolution.

Juche influences

The MWPS does not officially ascribe to Juche the ruling ideology of the DPRK, however, it has gradually integrated certain beliefs. Parker's leadership has enabled a cultural affiliation to earlier Secundomian parties, such as the Secundomian Nationalist Monarchist Party, which believed in the preservation of the Secundomian nation. This aligns with the Juche concept of self-reliance. Further, unlike the Worker's Party, the MWPS is lead by absolute control of a "Great Leader", a Juche practice. The Worker's Party was organized under the Maoist concept of a mass line. These adherences to Juche have lead the MWPS further from a democratic form of governance towards an absolutist regime.


The MWPS is structured hierarchically. All control and power is vested in the Chairperson. Due to the nation's small size, there is no infrastructure for a broader or more inclusive system. Parker I has been the sole chairperson of the party since 2016.