What's the situation in Japan and China?
We need a asian team, want to be hired for it?What's the situation in Japan and China?
Very well I accept everything. If I get a team this will be used for the right wing Spanish forces.A bit of a repost but for Spain, I did have this idea from earlier.
For the Spanish Falangists (National Populist) having more depth I suggested factionalism between the Spanish Fascists. Thus you've got Corporatist Fascists (Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera & Manuel Hedilla - Sub-ideology: National Corporatism), Radical National-Syndicalists (Ramiro Ledesma Ramos - Sub-ideology: National Syndicalism) and Ultra-Catholic National Legionaries (Onesimo Redondo - Sub-ideology: National-Legionary). The Falangists are sponsored by Mussolini and the Italian Fascist Government. The Falangists, for the most part, are taking advantage of the situation urging people to vote for them, for they promise to fix the Spanish economy and bring back order ending the chaos. They are either voted in power or they gain power through a coup by Military Officers affiliated with the Falange.
The Falangists seek to create a Fascist Republic, one resembling Mussolini's Republic (Rivera), one that is a Federalized National-Syndicalist Republic (Ledesma) that follows Georges Sorels Ideology, and one that is an Ultra-Christian Fascist State (Redondo) whose policies resembles Romanian Iron Guard or the Croatian Ustase. Of course the Corporatist Fascist Faction under Riveria represent the main interests of the Falange as well are a majority. But the Corporatist Fascists are being contested by Ledesma's National-Syndicalist Faction whose policies attract nationalist-sympathizing socialists, meanwhile Redondo's Ultra-Catholics are a fringe being regarded as crazy fanatics who seek to revive the Alhambra Decree of 1492 and the Inquisition.
However along with the Falangists, you also have an Authoritarian Nationalist Political Party led by Nationalist Military Officers called the National-Movement (Paternal Autocrat) led by Jose Sanjurjo and Francesco Franco. And while the National-Movement and the Falange sharing a somewhat similar Fascist ideology, their goals don't align where the National-Movement are more in favour of a Spanish State under a Authoritarian Military Government serving as a vanguard for King Alfonso XIII and the monarchy, while the Falangists are in favor of a Revolutionary Fascist Republic under a Jefe (Chief) similar to Mussolini's Fascist Republic. Unlike the Falangists who are populistic in their rhetoric and in favor of the common people and worker, the National-Movement tend to gain support from the higher-classes/upper-echelons of society and the aristocracy.
The National-Movement (Paternal Autocrat) resembles the Japanese Taisei Yokusankei - both similar in that they are a Ultra-Nationalist Parties that are really proxy parties for the military to serve in politics. They can gain power through either a Coup sponsored by King Alfonso XIII (The National-Movement are devout supporters of the Alfonsist Monarchy) or by a Terrorist Attack (Implied to be a False Flag orchestrated by the National-Movement) committed by either the Carlists, Falangists or the Socialists.
The Carlists (Reactionary) meanwhile seek to reclaim the Spanish Throne seeking to usurp Alfonso XIII and claim the throne under a Carlist King having a Spain under a Monarchy with Hardline Traditionalist policies. They have support from elements of the Spanish Military such as Emilio Mola. The Carlists as well have formed the Requetes Paramilitaries serving the interests of the Carlists. In terms of conflict, their goals are hindered by the Pro-Alfonsists and the National-Movement. They can only gain power through a coup, since the Alfonsists as well as King Alfonso XIII isn't interested in losing his throne.
Also for the Leftists, you have various revolutionary socialist groups seeking power, from the CNT-FAI Anarcho-Syndicalist/Anarcho-Communists (Revolutionary Socialist - Sub-ideology: Libertarian Socialist), PSOE Radical Socialists (Revolutionary Socialist), and the PCE Communists (Vanguardist Socialist). Despite having a similar socialist ideology they are at a disagreement, since one seeks to turn Spain into a Federalized Communes run by Unions (CNT-FAI), another seeking to create a Socialist Republic with an emphasis on a Workers Council Government (PSOE), and another with a Communist Vanguardist State (PCE). Of course this will never cause a Civil War as the various parties are too divided to even cooperate with one another let alone cause an armed uprising. The PCE and the PSOE can be elected, although for the CNT-FAI well for AI playing they have little to no chance unless its the player.
Meanwhile you have issues regarding regionalism with Catalonia, the Basque Region and Galicia seeking to split off of Spain. Thus they believe the chaos will lead to their secession. Although the secessionism can easily be suppressed even if one is playing a Democratic Spain, like allowing them limited autonomy or allowing the regions to freely practice their culture and their language and etc.
Then again, I did read a lot about the Spanish Civil War and the causes of it.Very well I accept everything. If I get a team this will be used for the right wing Spanish forces.
It is a already existing mod?How about another different Mod:
The Economic Policy Mod-
Make it so that every choice has a corresponding % of total factories as military.
Ex. Total Mobilization allows for 80% of total factories as military. War Economy allows for 60% of total etc.
I want to overrule this with at the most a bloody coup, since France wouldn't pose any form of menace for Germany if it falls into civil war. Can you post about your awesome ideas of the USA nationalists?Also what about a French Civil War? Where you can have France split between a Socialist North and a Conservative South. Of course it's a totally avoidable conflict where it can happen if the player screws up badly and it can only happen 2 out of 10 times for if the AI screws up badly.
That and Southern France is lead by Petain and DeGaulle under a Military Government. The South would consist of both the Moderate Liberals, Conservatives and Radical Far-Right:
The Socialists would be a loose Alliance of Communists, Revolutionary Socialists, Radical Democratic Socialists, Syndicalists/Trade Unionist Socialists, and Anarchists. As well most of France's Industrial Lands are ruled by the Socialists.
- Fascists under Marcel Bucard and Jacques Doriot can rise up and overthrow the Junta
- Action Francaise Reactionaries would attempt to revive the Monarchy and implement Integralism
- The Croix-de-Feu can take over, implement Integralism and turn France into an Authoritarian Catholic Republic, where the Croix-de-Feu are essentially a Republican Action Francaise, although the Croix-de-Feu are noted to be Populistic and more popular with War Veterans.
- The Liberals and Conservatives can restore French Democracy.
- However the Military can hold on to its power after the war ends becoming an Authoritarian Republic under the Military.