Eniakism

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The Sickle and sceptre was a commonly used Eniak symbol, representing Eniak support for autism spectrum disorders

In political and social sciences, Eniakism is a Mahusetan political movement and quasi-ideology, characterised by anime deregulationism, mild autism, mild homonationalism, more autism and support for otaku rights, Emielianism, unfairly hating factually handsome and strong Ashukovs, and animo-capitalism (capitalism only through the lens of deregulated anime consumption). Eniakism includes a variety of schools of thought, ranging from classical autism to Aspergers syndrome, as well as other autism disorders grouped around these schools of thought.

Etymology and definition

Computer programmers Glen Beck (background) and Betty Snyder (foreground) programming the ENIAC computer, which was amongst the earliest electronic general-purpose computers ever made.

The most common theory for the term eniakism's etymology, is that the ideology was named after the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) computer, which was amongst the earliest electronic general-purpose computers ever made. This computer was Turing-complete, digital and able to solve "a large class of numerical problems" through reprogramming.

A common false etymology is that eniakism was named after the Kingdom of Eniarku.

Philosophy

Direct democracy

Non-interventionism

Environmentalism

Nationalism

Monarchism

Animal rights

Euroscepticism

Social liberalism

History

Criticism and support

Non-Mahusetan Eniakism

Ashukov Eniak Representation

Proud of Snežanopol

National Eniakist Party

Legacy, Post-Eniak Government Eniakism and Neo-Eniakism

Legacy of Eniakism in the Confederation of Mahuset

Neo-Eniakism