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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Assembly Delegate of Fachumonn (elected )

Founder: The Anarchist Communes of Kassimo

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 71st Most Nations: 234th Most Rebellious Youth: 544th+26
Most Compassionate Citizens: 551st Most Inclusive: 577th Nicest Citizens: 582nd Largest Welfare Programs: 711th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 828th Most Cheerful Citizens: 880th Highest Food Quality: 1,255th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,280th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,320th Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,396th Smartest Citizens: 1,401st Most Beautiful Environments: 1,443rd Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,453rd Most Cultured: 1,455th Most Secular: 1,455th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,494th Best Weather: 1,605th Largest Governments: 1,727th Most Pacifist: 1,731st Highest Poor Incomes: 1,772nd Highest Average Tax Rates: 1,820th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,861st Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,879th Healthiest Citizens: 1,901st Largest Publishing Industry: 2,463rd Longest Average Lifespans: 2,604th
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✪ ANTI-CAPITALIST ✪ ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN ✪ AUTONOMOUS ✪

Our N-Day Faction: LIBSOC-DEFCON

Nations may choose if they want to endorse our current delegate, Fachumonn, but it is encouraged!

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Featured 28th December 2020
Founded 7th July 2019



Embassies: The Communist Bloc, Anarchy, The Internationale, The DankLeft Commune, Ankh Morpork, The Leftist Assembly, Libertarium, Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army, Antifa, Forest, Black Flag Pact, The United Leftist Republics, and Gay.

Tags: Anarchist, Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Fascist, Casual, Communist, Democratic, Eco-Friendly, Egalitarian, Featured, Feminist, Game Player, General Assembly, and 14 others.Independent, Issues Player, LGBT, Large, Libertarian, Map, Offsite Chat, Regional Government, Role Player, Serious, Social, Socialist, Trading Cards, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Moderate

Libertarian Socialist Confederation contains 90 nations, the 234th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Average Tax Rates in Libertarian Socialist Confederation

Although some nations have a flat tax rate for all citizens while others tax the rich more heavily than the poor, the World Census used averages to rank the world's most taxing governments.

As a region, Libertarian Socialist Confederation is ranked 1,820th in the world for Highest Average Tax Rates.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Land of Libertarian Socialist SolCivil Rights Lovefest“Long Live Anarchism!”
2.The Revolutionary Communes of World Anarchic UnionLeft-wing Utopia“El pueblo unido jamás será vencido”
3.The League of LuckyniaCivil Rights Lovefest“Procura Eventa Fortuita”
4.The Technocratic Utopia of KuujCivil Rights Lovefest“Iakwe yuk”
5.The Federation of RalveranyCivil Rights Lovefest“Progress, Freedom, and Prosperity”
6.The United Socialist States of Southern Makov PrianLeft-wing Utopia“Peace, Freedom and Unity”
7.The International Conspiracy of StrozniaCivil Rights Lovefest“Bullsh!t Makes the Flowers Grow, and That's Beautiful.”
8.The Democratic Workers' Councils of Libertia-ColumbiaLeft-wing Utopia“Liberté, Egalité, et Veritas”
9.The United Socialist States of InderolonScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Peace and Justice”
10.The Democratic Republic of KolecheckaLeft-wing Utopia“Kolechecka Forever!”
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Last poll: “Withdraw embassies with The Socialist Syndicalist Union?”

Regional Happenings

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Libertarian Socialist Confederation Regional Message Board

Libertarian Socialist Sol wrote:[i]

Admittedly, I fell asleep on the job :), but it was like 2 or 3 am when I did (on my time).

Is anyone willing to volunteer for the Outreach Committee, which is now empty? We can run a special election if so.

Voting for the withdrawal of embassies between us and The Socialist Syndicalist Union end in 3 hours! If you haven't already, please submit your votes.

Sorry for the delay, but the poll has come to a conclusion! We will be withdrawing embassies with The Socialist Syndicalist Union!

N-Day⁷: LSC Recap.

N-Day⁷: Final Report

This N-Day, our region, Libertarian Socialist Confederation banded together to create LIBSOC-DEFCON and LIBSOC-DEFCON1, the successor after LIBSOC-DEFCON got glassed.

Overall, the whole experience was a great success, with ups and downs but ending with a good spot on the rankings. Overall, for a relatively small faction, this was a great experience and result. Let the numbers take it away:

  • Our highest ranking position during the day was #11.

  • We finished off the game at #36.

  • Our final score was 193.

  • Our final nation count was 48.

  • We held 11 Nukes.

  • We had 149 Shields.

  • We had 36 Production.

  • We had 99 Missiles Targeted for firing.

  • We had 0 Active launches.

  • We had a total of 2,878 successful missile interceptions.

  • We had a total of 3,898 successful nuclear strikes on other regions.

  • We had 6 missiles targeted at us by hostile regions.

  • We had 0 incoming missiles.

  • We had a total radiation count of 3,705.

Quick Recap:
We started off the way decently well, slowly improving and getting a score up there while also building up lots of shields. However, it turns out we targeted the wrong nation, and it all spiraled downwards as we had 1600 nukes facing us with only about 1100 shields. So, after only a few nations got fully radiated, we switched over to a new faction to start over again. This turned out to be a great idea and was a success in its own right. So, with help of puppets and lots of highly active nations, we climbed from way down all the way up to number 11 with a score of over 3,500, until an ongoing barrage of nukes finally made it through our defenses. However, the remaining few nations were able to clean up a little after the damage and earn us a good score of 193 and 36th place.

Includes numbers from Libertarian Socialist Sol's RMB post.

This is simply a reference sheet to compare to for later and to document successes. Do not take this dispatch personally. If you have any problems or queries with the content inside this dispatch, telegram Fachumonn for help.

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*** IRAN ***

Interview with the Federation of Anarchism Era
https://blackrosefed.org/iranian-anarchists-on-demonstrations-in-response-to-police-murder-of-mahsa-amini/

"The situation is very dynamic and changing exceptionally rapidly. At the time of writing this, the flames of the uprising have set 29 out of 31 provinces of Iran on fire."

"The protests are still going. The police cars are being flipped. The police stations were scaled and burned down. We just need to arm ourselves by looting their armory. Then, we enter another phase of revolt altogether."

"The Anarchist movement is growing in Iran. This uprising, being leaderless, feminist, anti-authoritarianism, and chanting Rojava slogans, led to anarchists, affiliated and unaffiliated with the federation, having a strong presence in this uprising. Unfortunately, many have been arrested and injured as well."

Iran’s Feminist Revolution
https://enoughisenough14.org/2022/09/27/irans-feminist-revolution-women-life-liberty/#more-106622

"Theocracy must be fought by a feminist revolution otherwise it’s just another flavour of patriarchy."

"The thing about revolutions is that you can never unsee them. You can never unsee people who are no longer scared rise up. And their courage will set your very guts on fire."

Women, Life, Freedom!

Kassimo wrote:Is anyone willing to volunteer for the Outreach Committee, which is now empty? We can run a special election if so.

If there are no volunteers, I will attempt to meet the duty as best I can whenever I can put the proper time towards it. If someone in the meantime wants to really pick up the role I won't object of course.

Salutations from Forest!

The newest regional update from Forest for the Summer of 2022 has been published today, and is ready for your perusal:

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Forest Regional Update - Summer 2022

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Warm greetings from the verdant woodlands of Forest!

Allow me to begin this update by briefly introducing myself as the new Foreign Affairs minister of our region. To some I'm perhaps a familiar face (or should I say flag) from the WA or Got Issues? sub-forums, but I'm certain most of you will be seeing me for the first time through this dispatch. I've been a resident of Forest for a couple of years now, and it is an absolute honour and joy to take care of our region's Foreign Affairs department for the first time.

As this year's summer came to an end, and perhaps many breathed a sigh of relief as temperatures dropped and rains started to fall, we in Forest had our biannual Election Season. This election was particularly interesting to us as the previous cabinet had passed a constitutional amendment that saw the instalment of a Debate Moderator during the elections. The role of this election officer is to monitor the debates during the campaign week, and make sure that all candidates are asked relevant and serious questions as to their plans for our region as Forest Keeper. This election season, and for the first time, the role was bestowed upon Verdant Haven who asked wonderful questions that revealed the intentions and plans of our election candidates. As such, we can conclude that the endeavours of the previous cabinet to create more engagement and serious campaigning during the election season were successfully realised.

Once the voting poll was closed on the 15th of September, the democratic will of Forest was made clear, and Garbelia replaced Jutsa as the new Forest Keeper. Garbelia had secured 19 of the 35 validly-cast votes, and therefore secured a simple majority. Thus, with approximately 54% of the votes secured by one candidate a run-off election between the two candidates that received the highest number of votes was unnecessary. Yet, fortunately enough our region did not have to bid Jutsa farewell from our regional government, as in their wisdom the new Forest Keeper appointed our former two-term government head as their Deputy.

Shortly upon assuming the mantle of Forest Keeper, Garbelia proceeded to form a new regional government. As a result, these members of our community have been appointed to the following cabinet positions:

The summertime was a quiet moment for Forest. Yet, with this year's N-Day activity within our region was once again rekindled as members old and new made their presence known on our Regional Message Board. This resulted in a number of interesting discussions within our public space, and naturally we welcome any nation from our friends and allies in our embassy regions to participate in our debates and discussions. The more voices are heard, the more perspectives can be shared and horizons broadened.

These regional updates will be released on a quarterly basis, and will briefly detail the most important events that have transpired within our neck of the woods during that time. Yet, if any significant announcements would arise in the meantime, or interesting events be hosted, you can be assured that Forest's Ministry of Foreign Affairs will release a dispatch, and distribute it through our team of ambassadors in a timely fashion.

Thank you for your time and attention in reading this regional update.

Signed,

Daarwyrth
Forest's Minister of Foreign Affairs
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Daarwyrth wrote:Salutations from Forest!

The newest regional update from Forest for the Summer of 2022 has been published today, and is ready for your perusal:

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Forest Regional Update - Summer 2022

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Warm greetings from the verdant woodlands of Forest!

Allow me to begin this update by briefly introducing myself as the new Foreign Affairs minister of our region. To some I'm perhaps a familiar face (or should I say flag) from the WA or Got Issues? sub-forums, but I'm certain most of you will be seeing me for the first time through this dispatch. I've been a resident of Forest for a couple of years now, and it is an absolute honour and joy to take care of our region's Foreign Affairs department for the first time.

As this year's summer came to an end, and perhaps many breathed a sigh of relief as temperatures dropped and rains started to fall, we in Forest had our biannual Election Season. This election was particularly interesting to us as the previous cabinet had passed a constitutional amendment that saw the instalment of a Debate Moderator during the elections. The role of this election officer is to monitor the debates during the campaign week, and make sure that all candidates are asked relevant and serious questions as to their plans for our region as Forest Keeper. This election season, and for the first time, the role was bestowed upon Verdant Haven who asked wonderful questions that revealed the intentions and plans of our election candidates. As such, we can conclude that the endeavours of the previous cabinet to create more engagement and serious campaigning during the election season were successfully realised.

Once the voting poll was closed on the 15th of September, the democratic will of Forest was made clear, and Garbelia replaced Jutsa as the new Forest Keeper. Garbelia had secured 19 of the 35 validly-cast votes, and therefore secured a simple majority. Thus, with approximately 54% of the votes secured by one candidate a run-off election between the two candidates that received the highest number of votes was unnecessary. Yet, fortunately enough our region did not have to bid Jutsa farewell from our regional government, as in their wisdom the new Forest Keeper appointed our former two-term government head as their Deputy.

Shortly upon assuming the mantle of Forest Keeper, Garbelia proceeded to form a new regional government. As a result, these members of our community have been appointed to the following cabinet positions:

The summertime was a quiet moment for Forest. Yet, with this year's N-Day activity within our region was once again rekindled as members old and new made their presence known on our Regional Message Board. This resulted in a number of interesting discussions within our public space, and naturally we welcome any nation from our friends and allies in our embassy regions to participate in our debates and discussions. The more voices are heard, the more perspectives can be shared and horizons broadened.

These regional updates will be released on a quarterly basis, and will briefly detail the most important events that have transpired within our neck of the woods during that time. Yet, if any significant announcements would arise in the meantime, or interesting events be hosted, you can be assured that Forest's Ministry of Foreign Affairs will release a dispatch, and distribute it through our team of ambassadors in a timely fashion.

Thank you for your time and attention in reading this regional update.

Signed,

Daarwyrth
Forest's Minister of Foreign Affairs
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