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The Most Armed in The Internationale
World Census experts took their lives into their hands in order to ascertain the average number of deadly weapons per citizen.
As a region, The Internationale is ranked 5,533rd in the world for Most Armed.
|191.||The United Socialist States of Irasi||Left-wing Utopia||“Peace and Justice”|
|192.||The Democratic States of Cyaah||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“Knoladge is power”|
|193.||The Allied States of Northern Olympia||Democratic Socialists||“Down with the Bourgeoisie ”|
|194.||The Exclave of Lemurian Outpost||New York Times Democracy||“Expropriate the expropriators”|
|195.||The Federation of Decentralized Autonomous Communities||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“Equity, Anarchy, Love, Communism”|
|196.||The United Socialist States of Bombest||Democratic Socialists||“Anarchy is the way”|
|197.||The Community of Lannik||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“You'd better hope they gave you deflector shields.”|
|198.||The Union of Egoists or somethin of Aufrechte||Scandinavian Liberal Paradise||“No war but skeleton class war”|
|199.||The Principality of Malmogia||Democratic Socialists||“För den skånska gripen”|
|200.||The Land of Transatlanta||Democratic Socialists||“Freedom or Death!”|
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- : World communes ceased to exist.
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By the way, these are two italiian partisan songs we are taught in school:
Oh bella ciao , such a clasical partisan song :D
The second one a like it a lot, remember me of other russian song, i forgot the song
The soviet song with the same melody is called "Katyusha". It's the original one.
I'm not sure why it is especially anti-fascist, (in what way)? I'll let you explain. I will say that I'm not overall, partial towards bourgeois constitutions.
Anyway, this LSE blog article was interesting (comes from a No perspective).
There was one point that really got my attention - 'Such complications would not have arisen had the Senate been abolished.' I have to say (and having read more about it), there were some issues with the yes side, but tactically, rather than principally, voting Yes, may have been a stepping stone towards the abolition of the Senate, if it was also tied with a proportionally elected single chamber.
It's not clear that the "no" taking Italy is a victory for the Left. It's been hailed by right-wingers and anti-immigration activists there at least as much as it has been on the radical left. Italian politics are odd... Based on the provinces that voted yes, I'd say at the outset that this was mostly a "let's not give the central state more power" feeling in the wealthiest parts of Northern Italy as well as the in the South where the same is felt but because the Italian state has never succeeded in creating a robust Italian nationalism to replace loyalty to one's city. That's not an inherently left or right result.
Austria, though, was much more encouraging.
There's an inherently decentralist result, that's always good (at least from my radical federalist point of view).
Or, ultimately, things just revert back to the status quo/business as usual minus Renzi, all I can say is that this ended up being anticlimactic.
What are your opinions on using reformism to strengthen the inevitable revolution?
How would you pose the freedom of the press without the state or the intervention of companies? I mean that blogs now exist but these are unable to have enough diffusion, I talking about of that if they could have an infrastructure like the radio or TV
I agree in a vacuum that decentralized states are better.
But we don't live in a vacuum. It's better for all African Americans that Southern states don't have unlimited powers to government and the Feds control civil rights.
Better for immigrants that Texas doesn't set immigration policy.
But in some cases it's worse, too. Worse for the Bretons and the Catalan. Worse for the Basques and the Kurds.
In the end, comrade, I favor centralization when it is prudent and decentralization when it is prudent. I see no other path. Yes, I think when there is no practical difference that decentralization is better. But rarely can it be considered in a vacuum.