Sakarism

Sakarism (from Pala ସକ sakâ, meaning "to cultivate") is a radical Khaturvic social and political movement in Southeastern Borea (predominantly Min) that advocated for the reversal of the deviation from the prophecy and the reconstitution of the state within ideal Khaturvic lines. It viewed the centralized autocratic state (a trend set in the region by Min's Solar government era) as the fullest deviation from Khaturvic principles--which they see as unjust, oppressive and unbecoming of the dharma bestowed upon it. Sakarists see themselves as correcting and fulfilling Sibari's prophecy, in which dharma reigns over the world through the path undertaken by the Min nation.

It viewed non-Khaturvic and Monic elements in society as degrading the country's dharma and sought to remove their influence. It was radical during its time for its advocacy of abolishing and redistributing of the noble estates, commoner's representation in the royal court, a benevolent and upright monarchy receptive to popular concern, increased powers to the Khaturvic ecclesia and equality and solidarity among Khaturvis worldwide. Sakarism took root from the religious worker-peasant class in the 17th-`9th centuries and were the first in East Borea to emphasize communalism as a moral and religious ideal. With that, their call for popular justice and their insistence on prophecy, Sakarism is sometimes thus classifying them as a millenarian, socialist or left-nationalist movement.

Sakarism reached their peak during and after the Great Borean War, with major partisan militia, such as the Cipaya Ajau adopting anti-imperialist sentiments and Syndicalist rhetoric. Sakarism as a prominent movement slowly dissipated with the reforms of Lion-Queen Tay'usa, most Sakarists considering much their goals fulfilled. Sakarism's legacy persists to this day, from more moderate nationalists to socialist activism. Neo-Sakarism, a more radical and anarchistic strain that developed in the 1980's, developed from its more millenarian branches, which anticipates the iminent Dharmic age through the total return towards an imperial social order and the reinstituton of the Monarchy as a solely clerical office.

Today, Sakarism mostly refers to Neo-Sakarism, a revolutionary internationalist movement much more influenced by western leftist politics rather than classical millenarianism. [[[Revolutionary Labor Movement|RLM???]]

History

Concepts

Deviation of the prophecy

The Countryside Showers With Dharma

Economic tendencies

Criticism

Neo-Sakarism

Neo-Sakarism is a notionally libertarian socialist ideology, a more general offshoot/development of Sakarism in the 21st century. It serves as one of the main currents of international revolutionary thought in Central and East Borea, along with Syndicalism and Liberationism. Much like other Borean Populist movements, Neo-Sakarism has strong nationalist overtones, comparable to Liberationist thought which it overlapped during the 1980's (The Tayang synthesis). It developed out of the aftermath of the Min-Xiaodongese War, furthered by the ongoing globalist trend in the latter part of the Volatile Century.

Compared to its precedent, Neo-Sakarism posits that human society has degenerated with the rise of ordered bureaucracies and draconian laws that serve only to aggrandize a non-laboring ruling class. More traditional Neo-Sakarists argue that royalty is strictly a religious position rather than a ruling authority, something that has been lost over time.

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Neo-Sakarism has been vocal about foreign use of land and industrial manufacturing... Agriculturalism and revolution--Min land must be tilled by Min hands!--Refound the Kevahayan!