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WA Delegate: The Federation of Riflemoor (elected 80 days ago)

Founder: The Democratic Judgeship of Nullarni

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The NEW WARSAW PACT (NWP) is a close-knit 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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Re-founded: February 3, 2010


Embassies: The Allied Republics, Spiritus, Glass Gallows, Global Right Alliance, Antarctic Alliance, The Land of Kings and Emperors, Africa, Confederation of Nations, New Republica, United Empire of Islam, Pax Imperium, Starways Congress, Valhalla, The New Warsaw Pact, Allied Communist States, and the West Pacific.

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

Regional Power: High

New Warsaw Pact contains 235 nations, the 42nd most in the world.

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The World Census ranked nations on a variety of scales to produce an indication of how safe a country is to visit.

As a region, New Warsaw Pact is ranked 2,868th in the world for Safest.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
51.The People's Republic of Nova SeresDemocratic Socialists“Democracy is a bygone relic”
52.The Free Socialist State of DomlevikWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“It could almost certainly be worse”
53.The Holy Socialist States of DraskataAuthoritarian Democracy“All for One, our Father in Heaven”
54.The People's Republic of SebtopiarisLiberal Democratic Socialists“Power to the people!”
55.The Republic of TourkiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“ Εγεμενλικ, καυıτσıζ σαρτσıζ Μιλλετινδιρ.”
56.The United Socialist States of YasenLiberal Democratic Socialists“nice”
57.The Constitutional Monarchy of GuinneveereDemocratic Socialists“For God, Monarch and Country, Our People Stand”
58.The United Socialist States of ZanatheaPsychotic Dictatorship“Remember the pack”
59.The Citizenship of ZeptherInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Protection, Production, Persona”
60.The Corporate Conglomerate of ArestrisCorporate Police State“A lazy worker is a dead worker”
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The Kingdom of Nelpha wrote:Ouch, you had to get a GED? That's probably why you're having so much trouble getting a job. Even so it's still hard getting one, but having a high school diploma helps a ton. You have any job field you want to go into?

I'm 26. The reason I had to get a GED was because I started homeschooling in 6th grade and that fell apart within a year and I never reached high-school. There are a few training programs that I'm interested in that an employment agency will pay for but right now I don't have the money to keep driving to them and back to home since they're located out of town and I have to have a job first. It also doesn't help that I'm mostly stuck looking for jobs in town.

hmmm.... well apparently the school season is starting back up, see if you can hook a job as an assistant custodian or groundskeeper or something at your local schools.

The Allied Tribes of Harkain wrote:what might you ask about Austria-Hungary?

The People's Republic of Sebtopiaris wrote:Well then. Austria-Hungary seems to be using its military might in the balkans, and the Spanish flu is spreading. That sucks.

That's good. At least something good's happening.

WWII might be a more apt comparison seeing as Putin is already drawing parallels...

The Kingdom of Nelpha wrote:Ouch, you had to get a GED? That's probably why you're having so much trouble getting a job. Even so it's still hard getting one, but having a high school diploma helps a ton. You have any job field you want to go into?

To be fair, GEDs are just as good as a diploma in almost all cases. What I am seeing is an over-education of the population. If 60% of the population have a bachelor's degree where only 30% of jobs actually need one, job prospects for the... non-degreed get much worse. When I was managing the production floor at the machine shop I work at, (I stepped down so I would have the time to go back to school,) we were hiring people with degrees right along with those that didn't for the same, unskilled labor jobs. A couple of them even had masters degrees. It was kind of depressing to see, and it was the primary discouragement for me to finish my degree.

The Democratic Judgeship of Nullarni wrote:To be fair, GEDs are just as good as a diploma in almost all cases. What I am seeing is an over-education of the population. If 60% of the population have a bachelor's degree where only 30% of jobs actually need one, job prospects for the... non-degreed get much worse.

Well yeah, the problem is employers look at your education, and if they gotta choose between the dude with the GED or the dude with the high school diploma (or higher) hes gonna pick the one with more education, unless the one with the GED has had a lot of job experience, and has good references.

The Kingdom of Nelpha wrote:Very busy.

Also, you used the wrong "Where", its were. XD

Is Internet so expansive in the US or were do you live?

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The Democratic Judgeship of Nullarni wrote:over-education of the population

Amen. Nothing wrong with getting a college degree but if you want to pursue something like auto mechanics you don't need one. We've somehow pushed apprenticeship and manual trades that don't require degrees into shameful territory when those very trades are fundamentally necessary to Western culture.

The Federation of Riflemoor wrote:Amen. Nothing wrong with getting a college degree but if you want to pursue something like auto mechanics you don't need one. We've somehow pushed apprenticeship and manual trades that don't require degrees into shameful territory when those very trades are fundamentally necessary to Western culture.

I'd call it over-qualification, rather. I don't think any individuals nor the whole would lose out from greater knowledge and understanding among the masses, but the insistence of the west on quantifying education with this or that certificate and such, coupled with the constant need of each successive government to say "Look, we're making the children smarter than they were under the previous government!" has indeed led to a situation where there are too many suitable candidates rather than too many jobs.

Mind you, there's certainly something to be said for avoiding the debt if you don't need it - since I apparently didn't already say that.

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