Anticapitalist Alliance RMB

WA Delegate: The Serene Socialist Republic of Xikuang (elected 234 days ago)

Founder: Parecon

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The ACA opposes the destructive influence of capitalism in the world and unites those who uphold socialist principles, in all diversity.

The ACA welcomes all nations sharing our vision, our spirit of camaraderie, or just wanting to hold an honest discussion.

The First of August on the standard calendar is a Regional Celebration Day in honour of the accomplishments of our member states.

Visit our offsite forums here:
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Current WA proposal: "Whatever"
I don't really pay attention any more. If you really want me to vote one way or another, TG me or message me through the forums (I get an e-mail alert if you do that).
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Embassies: The Proletariat Coalition, Allied States of EuroIslanders, Communist International, USSR, The Sovereign Socialist States, CSSR, United Socialist Republics, Antifa, Leninist Russia, The International Communist Union, The Anticapitalist Alliance, Das Kommune, The Illuminati, Dutch Commonwealth, and Rejected Communists Vol2.

Tags: Small, Password, Socialist, Offsite Forums, and Founderless.

Regional Power: Moderate

Anticapitalist Alliance contains 9 nations, the 1,264th most in the world.

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The Most Popular Tourist Destinations in Anticapitalist Alliance

World Census experts tracked millions of international tourists in order to determine the world's favourite nations to sight-see.

As a region, Anticapitalist Alliance is ranked 190th in the world for Most Popular Tourist Destinations.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Serene Socialist Republic of XikuangWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Only Through Open Doors”
2.The Culture of Free SocialismLeft-wing Utopia“Of each according to ability to each according to need.”
3.The Pink-O Commie State of ZphdWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Stay off our lawns!”
4.The Red Brigades of DotjxraommLiberal Democratic Socialists“The Proletariat Coalition Ambassador at Large”
5.The People's Republic of CeldoniaWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“We may have nothing, but we're willing to share it”
6.The Svefn-g-englar of GolgothastanLeft-Leaning College State“boom-chic-a-boom-chic-a”
7.The Socialist Union of KerlaWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Everything for Everybody”
8.The Free Land of BarevaneLiberal Democratic Socialists“Freedom above all”
9.The Communist Paradise of Greater LeninistaFather Knows Best State“Look at the chicken on our flag. LOOK AT IT!”

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Anticapitalist Alliance Regional Message Board

You got us beat this time Kerla! 28th vs 31st in the world for happiest citizens.

So this is why Kerlans are leaving for FS for health care. There was almost a scandal when the Director of Diplomacy was seen in a FS hospital with a cute intern, but mainly because he wa in a foreign hospital.

So why are there no riots in the UK? I demand a riot!

It's because we are too busy queueing. If someone could figure out how one could queue for a riot, well...

There aren't any riots, though plenty of protests. You just don't see them reported on the news is all.

Hmm, one of the issues seems to have zeroed my income tax and welfare spending and relegalised private industry >_>

Very annoying when things like that happen. I've been waiting for two weeks an issue to bring down my economic freedom to take me ought of filthy Civil Rights Lovefest.

It's only fitting that FS is the most cultured considering that "culture" is in the name of the country.

Ahh, finally back to Left-wing Utopia!

The film of Max's first novel Syrup has appeared on Sky Movies in the UK tonight so I thought I'd give it a whirl despite it's less than encouraging critical reaction. To be honest, I really enjoyed it. It's not a masterpiece but it's a fast paced and pretty smart satire on marketing with some good lines.

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