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WA Delegate: The Holy Marmalade Republic of Esternial (elected )

Founder: The Empire of Nightkill the Emperor

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Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.

Welcome to ANKH MAUTA™, an accepting, embassy-friendly region. We'll take any nation and the friends of any nation too. Possibly by force. We're tolerant of all beliefs and religions, and request you to be as well.

This region is mainly P2TM-focused, but we swing more ways than one.

The first Region to use the «No WA Campaigning» and «P2TM» tags. Try not to stare.


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Embassies: The Apartment Block, Gatehouse by the P2TM, Mystria, Snazzy, Laissez Faireholm, Haven, The Empire of Tamriel, Gay, International Northwestern Union, Kotturheim, and The Transgender Region.

Tags: F7er, Silly, Social, Casual, Neutral, Generalite, Surreal, Featured, Snarky, P2TM, and Medium.

Regional Power: High

Ankh Mauta contains 43 nations, the 249th most in the world.

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The Lowest Crime Rates in Ankh Mauta

Nations ranked highly have very low levels of crime, given the population.

As a region, Ankh Mauta is ranked 1,915th in the world for Lowest Crime Rates.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Holy Marmalade Republic of EsternialWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Sick marmalade, grandpa!”
12.The Soviet Bear-Cavalry Republic of GarwallWA MemberScandinavian Liberal Paradise“For Home and Countrymen!”
13.The Holy Romagnan Empire of RupudskaWA MemberLeft-Leaning College State“Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus”
14.The Unpaid Interns of The Tiger KingdomWA MemberScandinavian Liberal Paradise“This is an adventure. ”
15.The Yandere of Nature-SpiritsWA MemberScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Notice me Senpai”
16.The Viceroyalty of DyakovoDemocratic Socialists“It puts the lotion on its skin or it gets the hose”
17.The Commonwealth of BritianniaCivil Rights Lovefest“Land of Hope and Glory, Mother of the Free”
18.The Low Tide Commisary of Creative VikingsIron Fist Consumerists“Haha We Don't Exist”
19.The Holy Roman Empire of Austria-Bohemia-HungaryNew York Times Democracy“Trias Iuncta in Uno, Indivisibiliter ac Inseparabiliter”
20.The Argonian Empire of Black MarshesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For the Emperor, for the Empire!”
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The Empire of Nightkill the Emperor wrote:http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-33697932

There were lots of good points being made in that article. One that jumped out at me seemed especially ironic: "Many Kenyans are upset about American travel warnings imposed on their country in light of recent attacks like those at the Westgate Mall and Garissa University, but some said they had the perception that travellers would be in more danger in America than in their region." It's an interesting perspective, and while I don't feel that I can pass judgement simply due to the fact that I don't have the experience or the statistics to do so, I think that it deserves attention.

I did disagree with the complaint that the SCOTUS ruling wasn't the right thing to do, and I think it maybe reflects a misunderstanding of the legal process involved (i.e. It wasn't about whether it's the right thing to do, but rather about whether it's constitutional -- not "Should gay people be able to marry?", but rather "Does the constitution support same-sex marriage?" -- and while the prior is a moral issue, the latter is a legal issue), but I do think that anyone who wishes to express their opinion on the matter -- whether that's in support or in opposition of the ruling -- should feel free to do so, as long as they don't resort to insults and violence (and they did make a good point that many people in opposition are being targeted simply for expressing an opinion). I'm all for free speech, as long as it doesn't progress into hate speech and violence.

The Yandere of Nature-Spirits wrote:There were lots of good points being made in that article. One that jumped out at me seemed especially ironic: "Many Kenyans are upset about American travel warnings imposed on their country in light of recent attacks like those at the Westgate Mall and Garissa University, but some said they had the perception that travellers would be in more danger in America than in their region." It's an interesting perspective, and while I don't feel that I can pass judgement simply due to the fact that I don't have the experience or the statistics to do so, I think that it deserves attention.

I did disagree with the complaint that the SCOTUS ruling wasn't the right thing to do, and I think it maybe reflects a misunderstanding of the legal process involved (i.e. It wasn't about whether it's the right thing to do, but rather about whether it's constitutional -- not "Should gay people be able to marry?", but rather "Does the constitution support same-sex marriage?" -- and while the prior is a moral issue, the latter is a legal issue), but I do think that anyone who wishes to express their opinion on the matter -- whether that's in support or in opposition of the ruling -- should feel free to do so, as long as they don't resort to insults and violence (and they did make a good point that many people in opposition are being targeted simply for expressing an opinion). I'm all for free speech, as long as it doesn't progress into hate speech and violence.

And, anyways, the fact of the matter is that most of America already had decided in favor of gay marriage (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-sex_marriage_in_the_United_States#States_and_territories_that_fully_licensed.2Frecognized_same-sex_marriage). The core of our republic is that we accept the actions of our elected governments as tantamount to our vote unless other governmental venues prove otherwise; in other words, that the state governments had decided in favor of gay marriage for 69.4% of the population is equivalent to 69.4% of the population voting in favor of gay marriage. To say nothing of opinion polls or the likely results of a national referendum on the matter.

In other words, that argument is horsesh*t, random Kenyan guy.

Nature-Spirits

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Well.

The Castleship of Agritum wrote:http://shopliftingbible.tumblr.com/

Well.


I fear that this gentleman does not understand how the internet works. If you confess to a crime on tumblr, you have still confessed to a crime.

Board went down.

So I'm pretty excited because I can finally start revealing more about the Beast in World on Fire.

I have spent about half an year brainstorming that character.

https://www.reddit.com/r/SubredditSimulator/

This is hilarious.

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

"We thank you for damaadji
We hope you enjoy your property
Poverty's a state of mind
Rahul ji put out the joint.
"

Ankh Mauta contains 44 nations, the 250th most in the world.

This is a bit depressing.

The Castleship of Agritum wrote:Ankh Mauta contains 44 nations, the 250th most in the world.

This is a bit depressing.

Eh, better than my main nation's region.

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