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Regional Power: Very High

The Rejected Realms contains 6,780 nations, the 8th most in the world.

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The Most Advanced Public Education in the Rejected Realms

Fresh-faced World Census agents infiltrated schools with varying degrees of success in order to determine which nations had the most widespread, well-funded, and advanced public education programs.

As a region, the Rejected Realms is ranked 5,580th in the world for Most Advanced Public Education.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Technologist Enclave of OdrissiaIron Fist Consumerists“Per angusta ad augusta”
2.The Hivemind of The SeidLeft-wing Utopia“I Am The People”
3.The Community of AlvestadDemocratic Socialists“Not the face”
4.The Egalitarian Federation of ManlinesslaviaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Equality and progress”
5.The Workers' Democracy of TrotskyaCivil Rights Lovefest“Workers of all countries, unite!”
6.The Dark Fauzjhian Provincia of TaineizbriaLeft-wing Utopia“Shadow and Night is lucky”
7.The Marinia Proliva Kingdom of EvilciaLeft-wing Utopia“Lucky are the volcano-atlantians”
8.The Holy Empire of FarrakhanDemocratic Socialists“All Praise Is Due To Allah”
9.The Fauzjhian Provincia of BhrazjhiaLeft-wing Utopia“Wa always forgat, how lucky”
10.The Light Fauzjhian Provincia of LunheizriaLeft-wing Utopia“Light and Day is lucky”
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Sea Dogs and Pirate Scumbags wrote:I know that. I just support the right to do whatever you want to do. But thereís one more reason:
Chaos is inevitable.

Great freedom comes with a price: You're not the only one to receive it.

Injustice is no longer a meaning, winner takes all. Loser loses his head. There is no cohesive order to keep others from injury. They can do as they please.

Chaos is indeed inevitable, but at some point even that will see its end.

Aandruzognivia wrote:Great freedom comes with a price: You're not the only one to receive it.

Injustice is no longer a meaning, winner takes all. Loser loses his head. There is no cohesive order to keep others from injury. They can do as they please.

Chaos is indeed inevitable, but at some point even that will see its end.

Yeah. I see your point, and I have nothing against you. I just would like true, unconditional freedom. I may be classed as Radical. But I see myself as just an Anarchist.

Sea Dogs and Pirate Scumbags wrote:Yeah. I see your point, and I have nothing against you. I just would like true, unconditional freedom. I may be classed as Radical. But I see myself as just an Anarchist.

I have nothing against anybody, as long as they do no injury to me. Pure freedom is a curse, in my opinion. Freedom to kill, freedom to eat, freedom from sin, freedom from hate, etc. Freedom from the mind, freedom from the heart. Whether true freedom is what you desire may not always be true.

I'm an authoritarian. I'm sure that I've mentioned this multiple times, if jokingly. I'm ambitious, and want power for myself. I want to bend freedom to my will. Whether for malice or for benefice.

But we all have our own ways to think, now don't we? Isn't that a great freedom to have?

Aandruzognivia wrote:I have nothing against anybody, as long as they do no injury to me. Pure freedom is a curse, in my opinion. Freedom to kill, freedom to eat, freedom from sin, freedom from hate, etc. Freedom from the mind, freedom from the heart. Whether true freedom is what you desire may not always be true.

I'm an authoritarian. I'm sure that I've mentioned this multiple times, if jokingly. I'm ambitious, and want power for myself. I want to bend freedom to my will. Whether for malice or for benefice.

But we all have our own ways to think, now don't we? Isn't that a great freedom to have?

Tíis. In my eyes however Society is destroying itself. Just look at Myanmar. Look at Global Warming. COVID-19. Over the years Iíve grown more and more dissatisfied with the governments of the world. I also think that power shapes people in a negative way.

Sea Dogs and Pirate Scumbags wrote:Tíis. In my eyes however Society is destroying itself. Just look at Myanmar. Look at Global Warming. COVID-19. Over the years Iíve grown more and more dissatisfied with the governments of the world. I also think that power shapes people in a negative way.

Societies destroy themselves all the time. Power centralization, changing issue focuses, cultural stagnation, political corruption, all of these things contribute to a crumbling society. Many o'er the seas have repeated themselves as their ancestors have, swealtering in the swine they know. Humans are self degrading. There's no price too high for money. Governments will grow more unreliable with time, whether it has been a long one or not.

Absolute power corrupts absolutely. I am very well aware of this. But there is little that matches the value of power. There are few who wouldn't pay the price to be above others.

Aandruzognivia wrote:Societies destroy themselves all the time. Power centralization, changing issue focuses, cultural stagnation, political corruption, all of these things contribute to a crumbling society. Many o'er the seas have repeated themselves as their ancestors have, swealtering in the swine they know. Humans are self degrading. There's no price too high for money. Governments will grow more unreliable with time, whether it has been a long one or not.

Absolute power corrupts absolutely. I am very well aware of this. But there is little that matches the value of power. There are few who wouldn't pay the price to be above others.

Yeah. Hereís my view of Democracy.

Imagine a boat out at sea. In the boat are there are 10 people (spread out equally on the boat) and 10 anvils. (They represent certain degrees of power) if you give each person one anvil the boat balances. If you give all the anvils to one person the boat flips over.

Sea Dogs and Pirate Scumbags wrote:Yeah. Hereís my view of Democracy.

Imagine a boat out at sea. In the boat are there are 10 people (spread out equally on the boat) and 10 anvils. (They represent certain degrees of power) if you give each person one anvil the boat balances. If you give all the anvils to one person the boat flips over.

looks at an oil tanker

????

I would just tie the anvils to the people that hold them and thrown them off ship. Now only I control the boat.

Also: Prelude and Fuge in E minor, "The Wedge"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcKh9WEBLg4

Aandruzognivia wrote:looks at an oil tanker

????

I would just tie the anvils to the people that hold them and thrown them off ship. Now only I control the boat.

Ah I should not have said ship. A wooden circle then.

Sea Dogs and Pirate Scumbags wrote:Ah I should not have said ship. A wooden circle then.

Same situation, but I need to act faster lest the circle submerge.

Aandruzognivia wrote:Same situation, but I need to act faster lest the circle submerge.

Ah ok XD

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