The Most Serene Matriarchy of
Compulsory Consumerist State
If a cat washes its face and ears, it will rain.
Regional Influence
Powerbroker
Civil Rights
Some
Economy
All-Consuming
Political Freedom
Few

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The Most Serene Matriarchy of The Samurai Kittens is a gargantuan, orderly nation, notable for its public floggings, keen interest in outer space, and complete absence of social welfare. The hard-nosed, hard-working, cynical, humorless population of 13.389 billion Maneki Nekoes are rabid consumers, partly through choice and partly because the government tells them to and dissenters tend to vanish from their homes at night.

The tiny, pro-business government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Law & Order, and Industry. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 4.4%.

The all-consuming a Maneki Neko economy, worth a remarkable 1,325 trillion Kokus a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is broadly diversified and led by the Arms Manufacturing industry, with significant contributions from Information Technology, Automobile Manufacturing, and Uranium Mining. Average income is 98,990 Kokus, but there is an enormous disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 630,708 per year while the poor average 6,402, a ratio of 98.5 to 1.

Crime suspects are forced to submit to blood testing, adultery has been made a capital offence, the government regularly hires contractors to construct high rise apartments, and the commercialisation of highly deadly weapons has instilled The Samurai Kittens with a very polite populace. Crime is moderate. The Samurai Kittens's national animal is the Maneki Neko, which is also the nation's favorite main course.

The Samurai Kittens is ranked 1st in Kittens Sanctuary and 56,318th in the world for Largest Publishing Industry, scoring 2 on the Bella Potter Productivity e-Index.

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