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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Public Domain of Khanatah (elected )

Founder: The Communist State of RedCommunist

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 11th Most Influential: 49th Most Nations: 153rd+25
Largest Governments: 684th Most Advanced Public Transport: 723rd Lowest Crime Rates: 757th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 758th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 819th Highest Poor Incomes: 911th Healthiest Citizens: 919th Smartest Citizens: 929th Largest Welfare Programs: 933rd Most Cultured: 1,031st Most Advanced Public Education: 1,039th Largest Black Market: 1,087th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,238th Most Inclusive: 1,313th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,341st Nicest Citizens: 1,398th Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 1,474th Most Subsidized Industry: 1,477th Highest Average Tax Rates: 1,489th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 1,510th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,511th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,530th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,564th Most Secular: 1,740th Most Developed: 1,864th
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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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USSR Government
Premier of the USSR: The Public Domain of Khanatah
Commissar of Foreign Affairs: The Soviet Socialist Republic of Bratislavskaya
Commissar of Internal Affairs: Terricon


Embassies: Europe, Germany, Anticapitalist Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, United Socialist Republics, North Africa, India, The Communist Party of NationStates, Union of the World Socialist Republics, Soviet Union, North Korea, Ireland, and USSD.

Tags: Democratic, Communist, Industrial, Game Player, Large, Socialist, Role Player, Anti-Capitalist, Regional Government, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Very High

USSR contains 84 nations, the 153rd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Authoritarian in USSR

World Census staff loitered innocuously in various public areas and recorded the length of time that passed before they were approached by dark-suited officials.

As a region, USSR is ranked 4,406th in the world for Most Authoritarian.

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Gypsystania

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Bratislavskaya wrote:True, they are just the spontaneous lone wolf type things as opposed to something that's actually planned and funded by a group. Are the streets not crawling with police, or even soldiers? I'd expect them to be by this point honestly.

Well, NOW the streets are crawling with police, at least where I live. Some guy posted on Facebook that he will do the same that happened in Munich here, they are still searching for him.

The Sozialistische Volksrepublik of Enclave of Soviet Germany wrote:Well, NOW the streets are crawling with police, at least where I live. Some guy posted on Facebook that he will do the same that happened in Munich here, they are still searching for him.

Wonderful[/sarcasm]. Well, let's hope he doesn't, nor anyone else for that matter, there's been quite enough bloodshed, and propaganda for the AFD this week already.

Enclave of Soviet Germany and Soviet Polsol

The Democrats' convention was chaos, every mention of Clinton's name booed. I can only wish them more chaos.

Now is the time for agitation.... Now is the time for communists to speak up and welcome the heartbroken supporters of Bernie. He let down his "revolution", so we must make it ours, and do much more with it than he ever would... The radical left is burning red hot now, the anger is stifling. We need to channel it. Now there's a brand new generation who know what this "democracy" will do for them... Lie and betray them, rob them blind, guilt them to fall to their knees, demand they give up their convictions.

Now's not the time for the American left to hang their head. Now's the time for them to show just how inevitable the plutocrats have made violent revolution.

Kergstan

The Public Domain of Khanatah wrote:The Democrats' convention was chaos, every mention of Clinton's name booed. I can only wish them more chaos.
Now is the time for agitation.... Now is the time for communists to speak up and welcome the heartbroken supporters of Bernie. He let down his "revolution", so we must make it ours, and do much more with it than he ever would... The radical left is burning red hot now, the anger is stifling. We need to channel it. Now there's a brand new generation who know what this "democracy" will do for them... Lie and betray them, rob them blind, guilt them to fall to their knees, demand they give up their convictions.
Now's not the time for the American left to hang their head. Now's the time for them to show just how inevitable the plutocrats have made violent revolution.

I wish the best to you americans, the most oppressed people in the western world, i hope for an emancipation of the youth. A rich country without paid leave for maternity is absurd.

Its been a while.

Soviet Polsol

The Great Cross of Serksis Federation wrote:Its been a while.


Welcome back, comrade!

Enclave of Soviet Germany

The Leninist Republic of Soviet Polsol wrote:Welcome back, comrade!

Thanks! Excited to be active again.

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Bratislavskaya wrote:Just returned from an event in Southall London held by the CPGB-ML. Its their Anti-Imperialist, Internationalist BBQ they hold annually. They had speeches from the newly returned Ambassador for Laos (The embassy has just reopened, it was previously closed in the 1980s), a representative of the Venezuelan Ambassador, the Cuban Ambassador, and the DPRK Ambassador, as well as from various Party Members. Unfortunately I had to leave just before the end of the Venezuelan Ambassadors speech, and missed the Cuban, North Korean and Party members speeches, but I very much enjoyed what I did see. I'm not a member of the CPGB-ML, however I am fairly cool with their party, and they were very accepting of a CPB member such as myself. Would very much reccomend attending if you ever have the chance.
Also, I managed to go from where I live to London and back (Going on 4 hours there due to changes, closer to 3 back), using 6 different trains, and my train tickets weren't checked a single time, meaning I could have done the entire journey for free without buying them, which is annoying.


Would you not need the ticket to enter the stations or go through any sort of pre-boarding gates, similar to how a Metro (or "Oyster" in your traveling case) Card works? Or do trains still do the thing where some dude walks up and down and asks to see your ticket? Then again, there wasn't much verification involved during some train trips i took between London and Paris as far as i can remember.

The United States of Soviet Armadillos wrote:Would you not need the ticket to enter the stations or go through any sort of pre-boarding gates, similar to how a Metro (or "Oyster" in your traveling case) Card works? Or do trains still do the thing where some dude walks up and down and asks to see your ticket? Then again, there wasn't much verification involved during some train trips i took between London and Paris as far as i can remember.

There are gates at my home station but they keep them open when the ticket office is shut, which on weekends at least is before 8AM and after 6:30PM, Southall station had no gates, its only notable feature being the Hindi translations of the station signs. The trains I went on were a mix of driver only and those with a conductor. On the two trains with a conductor despite passing me multiple times he never actually asked to see my ticket.

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