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The Rogue Nation of Bingbongia

“Bite me”

Category: Corporate Police State
Civil Rights:
Few
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Outlawed

Regional Influence: Minnow

Location: the Pacific

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The Rogue Nation of Bingbongia is a colossal, economically powerful nation, ruled by The all knowing Me with an iron fist, and notable for its sprawling nuclear power plants. The hard-nosed, hard-working, cynical population of 6.934 billion Bingbongians are ruled with an iron fist by the corrupt, dictatorship government, which oppresses anyone who isn't on the board of a Fortune 500 company. Large corporations tend to be above the law, and use their financial clout to gain ever-increasing government benefits at the expense of the poor and unemployed.

It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent, corrupt, pro-business government stops and the rest of society begins, but it juggles the competing demands of Defence, Law & Order, and Commerce. It meets every day to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Stink bog. The average income tax rate is 100%. A powerhouse of a private sector is led by the Arms Manufacturing, Information Technology, and Uranium Mining industries.

Bingbongia has become a gigantic dustbowl filled with tourists and mean desperados, protesters are up in arms over new nuclear power stations, online tourism reviews of Bingbongia are suspiciously positive and amazingly similar, and manual labourers must be willing to have cybernetic limbs to get a job. Crime -- especially youth-related -- is totally unknown, thanks to the all-pervasive police force. Bingbongia's national animal is the crackwhore, which is also the nation's favorite main course, its national religion is The worship of Me, and its currency is the dorrah.

Bingbongia is ranked 12th in the Pacific and 280th in the world for Largest Information Technology Sector, scoring 24 on the Fann-Boi Productivity Index.

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity: 2 hours ago

  • 2 days 18 hours ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, manual labourers must be willing to have cybernetic limbs to get a job.
  • 2 days 18 hours ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, online tourism reviews of Bingbongia are suspiciously positive and amazingly similar.
  • 2 days 18 hours ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, protesters are up in arms over new nuclear power stations.
  • 2 days 18 hours ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, Bingbongia has become a gigantic dustbowl filled with tourists and mean desperados.
  • 7 days ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, the government funds private schools for intellectually gifted children.
  • 7 days ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, senior citizens can usually be found doing heavy manual labour.
  • 7 days ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, employers may fire workers without giving any reason.
  • 7 days ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, strange lights seen in the sky are officially regarded as weather balloons or hoaxes and nothing else.
  • 7 days ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, organised sports are frowned upon as frivolous.
  • 10 days ago: Following new legislation in Bingbongia, calling out of the blue has become taboo.

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