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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Stratocratic Republic of Soviet Sovereignty (elected 69 days ago)

Founder: The Communist State of RedCommunist

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.: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics :.
The USSR, a region founded on Dec 17, 2002, has long been in the spotlight of the world. Founded on the glorious works of Lenin and Marx, the USSR shall stay strong in its quest for glory. We have a great community, along with our activity, we promise you that you will enjoy your stay in the USSR. We welcome you to our socialist-communist ideal region and hope you become active in the community. Glory to our Soviet Union!
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Premier of the USSR: The Socialist Republic of Soled
Commisionaire of Foreign Affairs: The People's Socialist Republic of Klotecnia
Commisionaire of Internal Affairs: The People's Federation of New Terricon

Embassies: Europe, Germany, Communist International League, Anticapitalist Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, United Socialist Republics, North Africa, India, and The Communist Party of NationStates.

Tags: Democratic, Enormous, Communist, Industrial, Game Player, Socialist, Role Player, Regional Government, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Very High

USSR contains 147 nations, the 72nd most in the world.

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As a region, USSR is ranked 16,706th in the world for Largest Furniture Restoration Industry.

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Small map update.
Icreria pointed out an unmarked Oblast above Oblast 91. This has now been labeled as Oblast 175.

How should I make my private sector get smaller? I know I have to answer issues, but with NS I can never be sure how my choice will affect it

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Yevraziya wrote:This issue seems nice, what do you think you would do comrades?

"The Coming of The Comissars"

Controversy arose recently when an entire platoon deserted because they "just didn't see the point of it all". As a consequence, debate has erupted over ways to rebuild Revolutionary spirit in the army.

The Debate

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"The answer is simple, Crisanto Evangelista," confidently states Jennifer Peters, a Party ideologue. "Our servicemen and women need to know what they're fighting for: the Historical mission of Filippinskiye. It's absolutely imperative that we appoint political commissars to serve alongside regular officers and educate our brave soldiers about Worldwide Revolution. Ideological training is as important as the ability to shoot straight, after all."

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"No, no, no! That all sounds frightfully dull!" interrupts your wild-eyed and unkempt head of sciences, John McAlpin. "You know what'll get young people lining up at every recruitment post? Flashy new gear! Who doesn't want to charge into battle as a combat engineer, dodging and weaving between Mammoth tanks, airships raining down support? Oh, and Tesla coils, gotta have Tesla coils. I admit the R&D will be INSANELY expensive, and I can't guarantee realization of all our schematics - especially the time machine side project - but hey, at least it'll solve the morale problem."

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"Now hold on just a minute!" hollers Kayla Bush, an unruly off-duty soldier. "We don't need some jumped-up Party mouthpiece telling us what to do! Present company excepted, of course, Crisanto Evangelista. And we don't need fancy gizmos to motivate us either. The real problem is the officer corps forcing us to fight all the time. War takes so much effort and somebody always ends up getting hurt. If we have the troops elect officers at every level - including the top brass - we won't be fighting pointless battles in the first place. After all, isn't workers' power what the Revolution is all about?"

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"An entire platoon just DESERTED!" fumes former Gulag Welfare Officer Klaus Sato while visiting on diplomatic business, "And no one thinks they should be punished? In Glorious Motherland such treachery would never be tolerated," he continues, mindlessly toying with a pistol, "It sounds to me that you need some men following around your conscripts to make sure the cowards don't flee back to mommy. You don't want Filippinskiye to become the laughingstock of the anticapitalist world."


It seems pretty good

I had that same issue about the desertion thing a week ago. I chose option 4. Where is the option where they would get locked up in the stickade and demoted to private during peaceful times? But, deserting during war time should be death by firing squad.

The People's Republic of Balshvik wrote:I had that same issue about the desertion thing a week ago. I chose option 4. Where is the option where they would get locked up in the stickade and demoted to private during peaceful times? But, deserting during war time should be death by firing squad.

Because that worked out so well for the British army during WW1...

Post self-deleted by Balshvik.

Im just saying if you look at it, at a soldier's standpoint you woukd understand. Like I said that would only happen, during wartime not peaceful time.

The People's Republic of Balshvik wrote:Im just saying if you look at it, at a soldier's standpoint you woukd understand. Like I said that would only happen, during wartime not peaceful time.

Under certain circumstances I understand it and accept it. However, in WW1 the British Army just ended up shooting hundreds of "deserters" and "corwards" the majority of whom were soldiers that got lost in no-mans land, refused to slowly walk towards enemy machine guns, or had severe PTSD.

That's why they needed to have a proper court martial. Samething happened in Russia. Court Martial is designed to give one a trial and to see if they are guilty or not. But, if someone in a unit or the CO or NCO witnesses someone deserting right in front of their eyes, then they need to be shot for it.

In today's terms. Majority of the militaries of the world are voluntary. Except for some that are conscripted. When a country that goes to war with a voluntary force, every men and women signed up for it and should stick with their commitment that they made. There are combat and non-combat roles.

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