Monarcho-Fascism

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Monarcho-Fascism (Portuguese: Monarco-Fascismo) is a political ideology formulated by the Kanfre Lopes I in early 2015, in his book "The Monarcho-Fascist Manifesto", and is the official ideology of the micronational states of the Principality of Nossia and the Empire of Lifréia. It is based in the role of a monarch in a "pure" fascist society.

"Pure" fascism

According to the "Monarcho-Fascist Manifesto" by the Kanfre Lopes I, "pure" fascism is characterized by

"[...] an complete absence of any kind of interventionist, bigoted, bolshevik, or revolutionary character. Any kind of revisionism is discouraged. The best known example of flawed 'fascism' is the National Socialist ideology, practiced in Germany between 1933 and 1945."

The role of a monarch

The role of a monarch in a monarcho-fascist state is, accordingly to the Manifesto: " to serve the people. Whether in times of war, whether in times of darkness, whether in times of suffering. The monarch will always be a light, that people should follow. He who shall lead them, even in the worst days of their nation."