This page contains information about the Wolfpack.
This party is inactive.
|Named in honour of Solentia's famous national animal, Wolfpack is a political party founded in October 3670 by its first and current leader, James Cholmondely. Regarded by some observers as an extremist or even neo-fascist organisation, Wolfpack focusses its appeal on disillusioned members of the white, indigenous Solentian, Luthori-speaking community who are unhappy with the socio-economic changes resulting from Solentia's recent history of immigration and liberalising social attitudes. Wolfpack pursues a reactionary "traditional values" agenda, which amongst other things includes vowing to repatriate "non-ethnic Solentians", reversing the advances made in society by women and sexual minorities, and imposing harsh law & order policies.|
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate restrictive||excellent||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||moderate isolationist||excellent||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||excellent||perfect|
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This is the voting[?] record of the Wolfpack.
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