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Most Nations: 27th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 300th Most Inclusive: 935th+10
Most Compassionate Citizens: 977th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,018th Nicest Citizens: 1,024th Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,407th Most Pacifist: 1,741st Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,808th Most Secular: 1,857th Most Income Equality: 1,929th Best Weather: 1,935th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 2,000th
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The Internationale is a broad alliance of anarchists, socialists, communists, and other left-wing nations and communes.

The Internationale opposes the exploitation and oppression of the people by the forces of capitalism, imperialism and fascism.


"The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Workers of the world, unite!"

"No real social change has ever come about without a revolution. Revolution is but thought carried into action."

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    Charter and Code of Conduct of The Internationale

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    Presentation of the Hero of The Internationale [March 20, 2016]

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    About The Internationale

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Regional Power: High

The Internationale contains 542 nations, the 27th most in the world.

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The Least Corrupt Governments in The Internationale

World Census agents tempted government officials with financial and other inducements to bend the rules and recorded how often their proposals were declined.

As a region, The Internationale is ranked 6,311th in the world for Least Corrupt Governments.

NationWA CategoryMotto
21.The Democratic Republic of Mongolian Liberty StatesLeft-wing Utopia“Those Who Do Not Move Do Not Notice Their Chains”
22.The Free Socialist Territories of PunkdomLiberal Democratic Socialists“Quid Leges Sine Moribus Vanae Proficiunt?”
23.The Ol' Confederated Communes of ProletaireLeft-wing Utopia“Socialism or barbarism!”
24.The Glory of TareqiyyahDemocratic Socialists“Justice, Freedom, and Great Music”
25.The People's Republic of MieraskyaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Undecided ”
26.The Caffeinated State of CadiaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Wake me up before you go-go.”
27.The People's Communes of SolentLiberal Democratic Socialists“Omnia Sunt Communia”
28.The Democratic Socialist States of RhyvethLeft-wing Utopia“We do what we must because we can”
29.The Matriarchy of 137Left-Leaning College State“Rrrrrrrlllllll”
30.The Workers' Republic of FomahaultLiberal Democratic Socialists“Workers, unite under the red flag.”
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The Community of The isle of Woodstock wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_0a5vKQ9L0 , I just found this awesome partisan song :3


By the way, these are two italiian partisan songs we are taught in school:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CI3lhyNKfo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9V71oaCKyI

The isle of Woodstock

The People's Republic of Zenganopoli wrote:By the way, these are two italiian partisan songs we are taught in school:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CI3lhyNKfo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9V71oaCKyI


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 Community of The isle of Woodstock wrote: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.

The People's Republic of Zenganopoli wrote:A guy tried to destroy the italian post-war anti-fascist constitution.
Yesterday a referendum was held.
69% of the eligible voters turned out. More than 19 million people (nearly 60% of the electorate) said NO.
2016 was the year of Brexit and Trump.
Today the "no" has won a landslide victory in Italy.
Italy is stil a proud anti-fascist country.
And Hofer has lost in Austria.

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).
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2016/09/27/italys-constitutional-reform-is-ill-conceived/
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.

BURNINATI0N

^^^ this.

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.

The Forbidden Planet of BURNINATI0N wrote:^^^ this.
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).

The Federal Socialist Republic of Asturies-Llion wrote: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

The Federal Socialist Republic of Asturies-Llion wrote:There's an inherently decentralist result, that's always good (at least from my radical federalist point of view).

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.

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