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WA Delegate: The Nomadic Peoples of Damanucus (elected )

Founder: The Golden Democratic Judgeship of Nullarni

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Most Nations: 29th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 78th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,825th
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The NEW WARSAW PACT (NWP) is a loosely affiliated region where creativity and diversity are encouraged and rewarded, and national sovereignty is valued above all else. We welcome all who wish to join, regardless of political, social, or cultural ideals and beliefs... Except Nazis. We don't like them.

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Any regions interested in diplomatic relations, please contact our Minister of Foreign Affairs. Any region desiring an embassy MUST fill out an Linkapplication PRIOR to putting in an embassy request.


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Re-founded: February 3, 2010



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    Useful NS sites and Utilities (updated: 5/31/2015)

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Embassies: The New Warsaw Pact, Wintreath, The Allied States, The Allied Republics, Spiritus, Glass Gallows, Global Right Alliance, Antarctic Alliance, Africa, United Empire of Islam, Valhalla, the West Pacific, Antarctic Oasis, Confederacy of Allied States, NWO, Starways Congress, and 6 others.The Second Warsaw Pact, Warzone Africa, The Great Conservative Alliance, Osiris, United Kingdom, and New Democratic Union of Socialist States.

The embassy with New Democratic Union of Socialist States is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

Tags: Enormous, National Sovereigntist, Offsite Forums, Social, Casual, Independent, Map, Modern Tech, Regional Government, and Serious.

Regional Power: Very High

New Warsaw Pact contains 358 nations, the 29th most in the world.

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The Largest Basket Weaving Sector in New Warsaw Pact

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As a region, New Warsaw Pact is ranked 7,288th in the world for Largest Basket Weaving Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The People's Republic of LaywenraniaDemocratic Socialists“Use every day to make a better world!”
12.The Republic of My Little CapitalismInoffensive Centrist Democracy“When in doubt, use capitalism”
13.The Rogue Nation of New SophalopagusLeft-Leaning College State“Oo oo ah ah”
14.The Nomadic Peoples of Kyogoku-MasamuneInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The reaper is always one step behind...”
15.The Corporate Empire of NekocatsLeft-Leaning College State“Nothing Nekos and Money can't fix.”
16.The Federation of SvornostAnarchy“Spe Labor Levis”
17.The Akuist Empire of Aku CityCorporate Police State“Soul Crushing Dictatorship For A Better Tomarrow”
18.The Constitutional Monarchy of KroaciaIron Fist Consumerists“Respect and Honor”
19.The Totalitarian Dictatorship of ZebelIron Fist Consumerists“Ave Imperator, morituri te salutant!”
20.The Constitutional Monarchy of U MLibertarian Police State“The important are the people”
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The People's Socialist Republics of Sordica wrote:I miss my Windows 7 :(

The change is reversible for a while, I don't remember the exact amount of time but there is a chance you can still go back. Also if you want to prevent the installation on your other machine, install never10. It's a little program that deletes the update from your computer including all windows 10 files including those annoying upgrade to 10 prompts. I did that on my laptop which is still running windows 7 :D Deleted it 5 minutes before it would force the update lol

I will be switching this thing to linux once support for windows 7 is gone in a couple years. I've been doing my research and it seems like a very diverse and interesting alternative. Seems like a good plan for my old laptop. Also the steam os could be good if I decide to build a gaming pc.

Sordica and Sunthreit

The Proletarian Republic of The Boras wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlN9o3g-yuA
This is basically just Farage roasting the EU Parliament. I can't even.

He's been receiving a salary for that kind of clowning around for 17 years, when his job was meant to be to represent our interests over there. All his arguments about our needs not being considered by the EU are - no doubt deliberately - to a significant extent his own fault. Of his time as an MEP his greatest achievement has been filling a seat, and much of the time he hasn't even done that, but has merely justified the seat's presence (at least by official standards). He has one of the worst attendance records for voting in the whole European Parliament.

He's got a lot of nerve to talk about telling the truth to the British people.

The Proletarian Republic of The Boras wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlN9o3g-yuA
This is basically just Farage roasting the EU Parliament. I can't even.

As an outsider, holy S**te shots fired, 122 with that serious face, Them personal shots and UK desperately trying to not be the first situation that I'm aware of were a free trade agreement has been revoked(Also failing to realise the EU is in the superior negotiating position and them(alongside the UK) have done non economically beneficial things in the name of spite in the past(the Russia sanctions)). Basically sums up my reaction to this...

The Relentless Progress of Adaia wrote:It's kind of Brexit fallout but it's a bit more complicated than that. Obviously the Labour Party was originally a socialist party formed out of the trade union movement (I assume much like in Australia), representing the working classes and establishing much of the UK's welfare state - the NHS is arguably their biggest achievement and certainly it's one of the few reasons why most people in the UK would rather not live anywhere else. When Tony Blair took over in '94 he went for a change of image to get middle- and upper-class support; that's New Labour, which was basically a shift centreward. It was sensible politically though I'd argue it went rather too far.
Either way, last year after losing the General Election they held a leadership election to replace the then-leader Ed Miliband and the surprise winner, with the largest mandate ever won by a party leader in the UK (59.5% of first-preference votes), was Jeremy Corbyn. I've yet to see anyone suggest he's anything other than the real deal - a former trade union representative with a long history of activism and who regularly voted against the party whip under Blair's New Labour. He only received the nominations to be on the ballot at all because various MPs saw the value of widening the field, but Labour's supporters clearly wanted him in. The implication is obviously that the party's supporters still want a party that's on the side of the people while the Tories continue to insist that cutting public services is the only way to prosperity even as things are, according to their rhetoric, getting better. Blair's New Labour brand lasted over a decade, though, and much of the current party leadership is there because of him, so Corbyn's election invited a lot of resistance from the Shadow Cabinet. There's been unrest ever since he showed up, but since he picked the losing side on the EU referendum, a substantial chunk of the Shadow Cabinet resigned or been fired and have called for a vote of no confidence (which is, of course, MPs only) to get rid of him. He says he'll stand for reelection if that takes him out, but it's unclear whether he'll need MPs' nominations to do so, which may well be a difficulty.
My previous post more or less explains why I, personally, support him (I grew up under Blair's government so it's taken me a while to warm to the Labour Party at all), but more than that I think the margin by which he was elected pretty clearly shows what Labour's supporters wanted, and I think it's disappointing that the Blairites have been trying so hard to make his job so difficult when their job is supposed to be to represent the voters.

Makes sense, from my understanding it's a lot more difficult to preform a party coup here in Aus than over in the UK. Also I guess it's good to see we weren't the only country undergoing a march to the centre(Abbot was a bit of splurge to the right on the part of the Liberals)(although the US seems to be undergoing the exact opposite situation(both have their pro's and con's)). I'm assuming you're also facing a situation in which the younger voter base is ignored in the face of an ageing population? Here in Aus it's making a lot of the younger generation(*cough* my sister *cough*) become rather disillusioned(alongside the effects of the march to the centre and no longer feeling as if you have your views represented(youth tending to be more radical, people being nit-picky about their parties and their not being that large of a difference due to march to the centre)).

Adaia

The Tribal Federation of Harkain wrote:I'm assuming you're also facing a situation in which the younger voter base is ignored in the face of an ageing population? Here in Aus it's making a lot of the younger generation(*cough* my sister *cough*) become rather disillusioned(alongside the effects of the march to the centre and no longer feeling as if you have your views represented(youth tending to be more radical, people being nit-picky about their parties and their not being that large of a difference due to march to the centre)).

That does indeed sound rather familiar...

Here's some balance to Farage's hot air.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urJx2Ieg-34

#cantBarragetheFarage

World spins around in an increasingly confusing manner, eh? And now I saw my country are also pulled into it. Numerous incursion by Chinese fishermen,Coast Guard and even the freaking PLAN, 3 kidnappings in 4 freaking months, thanks to Pinoys. Santoso still alive, FPM and UNLWP making problems, rioting football supporters, freaking natural disasters... . I'm barely Roman Catholic at this point.

The Federal Republic of Theodosiya wrote:World spins around in an increasingly confusing manner, eh? And now I saw my country are also pulled into it. Numerous incursion by Chinese fishermen,Coast Guard and even the freaking PLAN, 3 kidnappings in 4 freaking months, thanks to Pinoys. Santoso still alive, FPM and UNLWP making problems, rioting football supporters, freaking natural disasters... . I'm barely Roman Catholic at this point.

Aye, a lot of crazy stuff's been happening atm. I have a feeling a lot of people(at least those outside of South East Asia and surrounding area) are relatively unaware of the all the stuff going down their atm... Like Indonesian overlapping claims(more so china just saying gimme and ignoring international law) isn't even that bad... Must be reeeeaaaal bad for Vietnam, Philippines,etc... Although Chinese businessmen did get driven out of Vietnam a while ago so... definitely a lot of tension.

Also what FPM and UNLWP? I couldn't get anything from a google search and I'm vaguely scared digging too deep will get me on a watchlist...

Evening folks, after two weeks out in the sticks, I'm back to the real world again. Don't worry, you all haven't gotten rid of me yet.

Ezithea and Sunthreit

The Federated Island Republics of Mikoyansk wrote:Evening folks, after two weeks out in the sticks, I'm back to the real world again. Don't worry, you all haven't gotten rid of me yet.

Well you chose a hell of a time to leave... Assuming you've already heard about the brexit and all that?

The Federal Republic of Theodosiya wrote:World spins around in an increasingly confusing manner, eh? And now I saw my country are also pulled into it. Numerous incursion by Chinese fishermen,Coast Guard and even the freaking PLAN, 3 kidnappings in 4 freaking months, thanks to Pinoys. Santoso still alive, FPM and UNLWP making problems, rioting football supporters, freaking natural disasters... . I'm barely Roman Catholic at this point.

I'm unsure what message you're trying to convey exactly but all I can think to say is, never loose your faith. After all it is called Faith for a reason, and in the end if you keep to it you'll always have that to come back too regardless of how crazy the world may seem to become.

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