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Freedom, remember, is not the same as liberty.

Libertas Supra Omnia - Freedom Above All

'Freedom, morality, and the human dignity of the individual consists precisely in this; that he does good not because he is forced to do so, but because he freely conceives it, wants it, and loves it.'
- Mikhail Bakunin

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Anarchy contains 122 nations, the 112th most in the world.

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The Most Ignorant Citizens in Anarchy

The World Census studied which nations seemed to have the greatest numbers of citizens that fell into the categories "ignorant," "oblivious," or "just plain dumb."

As a region, Anarchy is ranked 12,399th in the world for Most Ignorant Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Sultanate of JhazAuthoritarian Democracy“In sole radiant”
12.The Free Land of ProcyonidaAnarchy“Sic Semper Harpyja”
13.The Empire of What I wantBenevolent Dictatorship“This is what I want”
14.The Holy Empire of BaloeCapitalist Paradise“Brown, all's brown...”
15.The Dictatorship of I Aionia ChoraPsychotic Dictatorship“Eleuthería”
16.The Commonwealth of NaomisDemocratic Socialists“Equality!”
17.The Warts on the Bill of Sick DuckInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Memento mori”
18.The Democratic Republic of UlhmInoffensive Centrist Democracy“I still haven't found what I'm looking for”
19.The Grand Duchy of AlmansoDemocratic Socialists“Seeing is believing”
20.The Kingdom of NigalLibertarian Police State“Carpe Diem”
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The Evangelizing Metasyndicate of Sierra Lyricalia wrote:Hah!!! That's the ticket, laddie! ƒŬ₡Ҝ all that noise about restricting technology,


To be fair, preventing the rich from using technological means to force the poor into perpetual rent on the ability to eat isnt really "restriction" so much as "liberation."

Sort of how forbiding, or actively interveining to prevent, me from bashing that guy (**points**) in the face with a brick and taking all his stuff isnt really a "restriction" either.

Just sayin'

The Evangelizing Metasyndicate of Sierra Lyricalia wrote:...use Health/International Aid to set aside some WA funds to start up an open-source biotech toolset that all developers can use free of licensing fees to create their own seed strains. No, it wouldn't have a direct effect in game terms closer than a few years out, but there's nothing against it in existing WA law and it would put people in the developing world in control of the actual research processes. Because development won't require licensing fees or aggressive legal protection of patents, the costs to farmers will be reduced even for GURTed seed, and in an open-source-based free market there are bound to be some outfits that simply don't use GURT of any kind and use that as a selling point. Obviously this is a simplistic outline, but hopefully not devoid of usefulness. I'm out, but best of luck to ya.


Like a "Free Genome Foundation?" Noice.

Still see plenty of opposition in the "unfair competition/MAH PROFITS!!!! 1!! 1!" direction. Thats what I like about the ban V-GURT approach - it leaves T-GURT alone to keep biotech happy (which "Stopping Suicide Seeds" didnt do).

Although the "ban" approach still leaves the poor out in the cold re: value-added traits.

Perhaps both resolutions playing tag-team? Ban V-GURT to abolish exploitative rents, and the Free Genome Foundation to give icky closed-source T-GURT seed some fair market competition?

"'And do remember that a gramme is better than a damn.' They went out, laughing." (Huxely)

I just recently finished reading A Brave New World after my english professor recommended it, and i couldn't help but notice some very frightening similarities to our current society. Everyone is afraid of the future prophesied by Orwell in 1984, but Huxley's prediction is far closer to the truth.

Tsagatai

The Commonwealth of Loosely Associated Peoples wrote:"'And do remember that a gramme is better than a damn.' They went out, laughing." (Huxely)
I just recently finished reading A Brave New World after my english professor recommended it, and i couldn't help but notice some very frightening similarities to our current society. Everyone is afraid of the future prophesied by Orwell in 1984, but Huxley's prediction is far closer to the truth.


Make sure to read Revisited too. Huxley discusses everything he got wrong. Then read Island, which he wrote as his own response to himself.

The Commonwealth of Loosely Associated Peoples wrote:"'And do remember that a gramme is better than a damn.' They went out, laughing." (Huxely)
I just recently finished reading A Brave New World after my english professor recommended it, and i couldn't help but notice some very frightening similarities to our current society. Everyone is afraid of the future prophesied by Orwell in 1984, but Huxley's prediction is far closer to the truth.


I think our world is a mashup of both dystopias.

I agree that from within the relatively privileged confines of the OECD countries, contemporary life looks very much like Huxley's vision of narcotized tranquilized high tech consumerism.

Outside those places, the world looks very much like the perpetual war described in Brave New World with a never ending "war on terror", drone raids, invasions, terrorist bombings and counter terrorism and counter insurgency campaigns. The West has always been at war with ISIS, etc.

Loosely Associated Peoples

"and 'Mountain Doobie' is widely regarded as the nation's favourite drink...A Humanist Science was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Largest Soda Pop Sector."

We produce only the finest handcrafted, artisanal, small-batch sodas, sparkling juices, and improving elixirs. May contain organic, non-GMO opioids.

**handlebar mustache and monocle**

Tsagatai and Loosely Associated Peoples

If yall would excuse my newbishness - what exactly do endorsements do?

The Commonwealth of Loosely Associated Peoples wrote:If yall would excuse my newbishness - what exactly do endorsements do?

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"...disadvantaged neighbourhoods have become no-go areas after sundown. Crime is totally unknown."

Crime is considered so bad here, literally no one actually does it! :D

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