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The Internationale RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Democratic States of Bernieland Republic (elected )

Founder: The Internationale Custodian of The Commune of la Guillotiere

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 33rd Most Nations: 53rd Most Compassionate Citizens: 703rd+28
Nicest Citizens: 722nd Most Inclusive: 768th Largest Welfare Programs: 857th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 859th Most Cheerful Citizens: 954th Best Weather: 1,249th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,382nd Most Cultured: 1,388th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,417th Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,518th Most Secular: 1,528th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,531st Smartest Citizens: 1,549th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,578th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,597th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,613th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,653rd Healthiest Citizens: 1,687th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,760th Largest Governments: 1,778th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,850th Most Influential: 2,083rd Highest Average Tax Rates: 2,137th Most Pacifist: 2,154th Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,213th Largest Black Market: 2,348th Longest Average Lifespans: 2,362nd Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,392nd
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The Internationale is a broad alliance of anarchists, socialists, communists, and other left-wing players.

The Internationale opposes the exploitation and oppression of the people by the forces of capitalism, imperialism and fascism.

"The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Workers of the world, unite!"

"No real social change has ever come about without a revolution. Revolution is but thought carried into action."

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Embassies: The Leftist Assembly, The Communist Bloc, NSLeft, The Red Fleet, The MT Army, Antifa, Social Liberal Union, Anarchy, North Korea, Mariner Trench, Libertarian Socialist Confederation, and The Red Guards.

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Regional Power: High

The Internationale contains 342 nations, the 53rd most in the world.

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The Most Politically Free in The Internationale

These nations allow citizens the greatest amount of freedom to select their own government.

As a region, The Internationale is ranked 9,763rd in the world for Most Politically Free.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of Courelli in TIAnarchy“Nobilitatis virtus non stemma character”
2.The Confederacy of RepuberaLeft-wing Utopia“Cooperation replaces opression”
3.The People's Republic of Red SanguinaLeft-wing Utopia“Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the grill”
4.The Workers' State of Zulanka in TILeft-wing Utopia“¡Hasta la Victoria Siempre!”
5.The Confederacy of KropotkinitesLeft-wing Utopia“All Belongs To All!”
6.The Allied States of TumanakoCivil Rights Lovefest“Together We Rise!”
7.The United Socialist States of Albania 3Left-wing Utopia“Third time's the charm.”
8.The People's Republic of Free State of AltrosiaLeft-wing Utopia“Operarios in Mundo, United”
9.The Union of IvericoCivil Rights Lovefest“Liberty, Egality, Fraternity”
10.The Democratic Republic of DublinnLeft-wing Utopia“Equality, compassion, justice.”
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Greater Vietnam wrote:Vietnam's economy irl is a mixed economy, with ~40% of GDP contributed by SoEs, while the private and FDI sectors each contributes 30% to the GDP. . . .

...or how big the (gray market) private sector actually is, given that the massive number of street vendors & such aren't tracked by a government wise enough to refrain from subjecting them to the 10% 'Flat Tax' VAT... One of the many surprises of living and working there for three years was just how much it resembles what the USA's (right-wing) Libertarians say they want, economically.

Carrico wrote:We should all be weary of US backed "revolutions", such is the case with Thailand. . . .

-- Unless some despot's sucked up to Chump hard and often enough to get it somehow, it truly boggles my mind as to why the USAmerican establishment or any similar power would foster a chaotic wave towards a dynasty and military establishment who have both been very good friends of DC's foreign policy in the postwar era. Airbases & seaports.
Trade. Enthusiastic participation on the ground in the RVN, even though they weren't even in SEATO -- thus the "Free World Forces" name for the pro-RVN coalition. The closest thing to a hiccup in the relationship during the whole period was the time that Bangkok insisted that DC help them help the Khmer Rouge, and that was before I was born.

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Remember auntaka islands? thats me!

I somehow broke out of the website and made a new account, sorry.

Good day comrades. I'm the nation of North Velintana. I'm a communist regime that has 100% democratic elections and fair electors that are not connected to my government somehow.

There are still nearly 2 months left until Trump presidency ends. If Trump wants to resume the trade war and other confrontations with China then he has already wasted nearly a month in trying to overturn the election result somehow.

I have a theory that he would only continue confronting China only if he had won this year's election. Otherwise he would drop it, because previously the main reason he did all of those things was because he wanted to get re-elected.

Yeah, simple as that. What's the point of continue pursuing that agenda in the last 3 months of his term when previously it still wasn't enough to help him win re-election, even if, for the sake of argument, doing that would benefit the US. It's because Trump thinks that it would result in Joe Biden being the one who would reap the benefits from that instead of Trump himself and so it would play into the hands of the Dem party.

Moreover I also guess that because Trump has lost re-election, in the last 3 months he would try to mess the US up as much as possible, plunging it into chaos, so that Biden would have even a harder time "building back" the economy and stabilizing the society, resulting in the statistics which indicate achievements of Biden's term overall being lower, which would ultimately increasing the chance of Rep party winning the next presidential election.

Auntaka Quaika Islands wrote:I somehow broke out of the website and made a new account, sorry.

I dig that flag, nice touch with the shading.

socialist united africa is based

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