The Republic of
Moralistic Democracy
Ex Unitate Vires
Regional Influence
Power
Civil Rights
Unheard Of
Economy
Very Strong
Political Freedom
Some

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The Republic of Conservative Apartheid is a colossal, efficient nation, notable for its barren, inhospitable landscape, compulsory military service, and suspicion of poets. The hard-nosed, hard-working, cynical population of 8.757 billion Conservative Apartheidians are highly moralistic and fiercely conservative, in the sense that they tend to believe most things should be outlawed. People who have good jobs and work quietly at them are lauded; others are viewed with suspicion.

The enormous, moralistic government juggles the competing demands of Law & Order, Defense, and Spirituality. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Pretoria. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 58.4%.

The very strong Conservative Apartheidian economy, worth 430 trillion South African Rand a year, is highly specialized and mostly made up of the Arms Manufacturing industry, with significant contributions from Cheese Exports and Information Technology. Average income is 49,128 South African Rand, with the richest citizens earning 7.1 times as much as the poorest.

Voting is voluntary, the right to free speech is being drastically curtailed, the education system is famed for its taxing exams, and shanty towns are forming in the suburbs of major cities. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to the all-pervasive police force. Conservative Apartheid's national animal is the Springbok Antelope, which teeters on the brink of extinction due to widespread deforestation, and its national religion is Dutch Reformed Christianity.

Conservative Apartheid is ranked 8th in Apartheid South Africa and 133,414th in the world for Most Rebellious Youth, scoring -10 on the Stark-Dean Displacement Index.

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