Capitalist Paradise RMB

WA Delegate: The Grand Duchy of Acario (elected 1 year 38 days ago)

Founder: The Capitalist Alliance of The-CID

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Welcome to Capitalist Paradise! Founded on May 2003, this is a friendly and secure region with exceptionally strong economies, high civil rights and political freedoms. We welcome nations of all categories.

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CEO: WA Delegate
Minister of Foreign Affairs: The United Oman
Minister of Interior: Armus Republic

President of the Legislature: LadyFasterkittens

Arbiter General: Northern Borland
Supreme Court Chief Justice: Repentant Jihadi
Justice: Capitalist Producers
Justice: Nation of Quebec
Alt. Justice: Kaputer

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Embassies: Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region, The Versutian Federation, Libertatem, the Rejected Realms, Laissez Faireholm, The United Defenders League, The Genesis Corporation, Strategos Prime, The Commonwealth of Kings, Global Right Alliance, NationStates, Central Pacific Empire, Equinox, and libertarian.

Tags: Democratic, Capitalist, National Sovereigntist, Offsite Forums, Neutral, Free Trade, Independent, Featured, Anti-World Assembly, Gargantuan, and Regional Government.

Regional Power: Extremely High

Capitalist Paradise contains 504 nations, the 20th most in the world.

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The Largest Welfare Programs in Capitalist Paradise

Governments ranked highly spend large amounts of money on social welfare programs. Nations ranked low tend to have weak or non-existent government welfare.

As a region, Capitalist Paradise is ranked 18,799th in the world for Largest Welfare Programs.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Progressive Technocracy of Uchila EruWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Bells of Freedom Ring”
2.The Morphogenetic Powerfield of NarconaniaNew York Times Democracy“Read my lips”
3.The Republic of MusaquerisLiberal Democratic Socialists“Before raising arms, try raising your legs.”
4.The Corporate Hegemony of BruntiliaCivil Rights Lovefest“Profit and Prosperity”
5.The TGC Emissary of The Peace of JorjLeft-wing Utopia“The Genesis Corporation Ambassador to CP”
6.The Liberal Tropical Emirates of Velkia and the IslandsLeft-Leaning College State“For Freedom!”
7.The Holy Catholic See of New CathedraWA MemberAuthoritarian Democracy“In nomine Dei”
8.The Federal Republic of ChsemoWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Maximo Chsemo reipublicae, solum verum imperium, regnum”
9.The Peaceful Land-Area of GabeWorldWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“All creatures deserve happiness!”
10.The Holy Realm of Scorpions ArmyWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Stand Fast, Stand Strong, Stand Together”
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Capitalist Paradise Regional Message Board

The Free Land of Laissez-Faire Economics wrote:Uh huh. How about you cut back on the false generalizations?

ROFL!!! Let's see now... How does that go? Something about pots, kettles and black?

The Kingdom of Rednekylvania wrote:There was nothing either generally or falsely stated. Why don't you bring me a specific objection?

The Free Land of Laissez-Faire Economics has serious trouble with specifics. This is because MOST left wing policies[1] all sound really good until you get into specifics like what's it going to cost, who's going to pay for it, what are the long term effects, what happened the last time someone tried that and potential for invoking the law of unintended consequences.

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[1] I specifically used the phrase "most" because a few weeks ago one of our always fair and unbiased moderators called a technical foul and blessed me with a week off the RMB for violating an obscure rule against saying "all [fill in some group or cause here] is bad." I give the moderator props for detailing the foul because as a rule when a moderator slaps one on the hands one is hard pressed to figure out where in the game the foul occurred.

The Free Land of Cybernomix wrote:Yup.

Compare government to a thief. One demands your money, and threatens you if you don't "pay-up deadbeat". And then you have the thief.

The difference is, government has the ability to sell itself, which ironically proves my point. Majority of people can be sold any idea, apparently including the prospect of being robbed. Nah... they're not indoctrinated... they're just proprietarily disadvantaged XD


The Kingdom of Rednekylvania wrote:It's the Progressive view of humanity in general. People cannot be trusted to behave or care for themselves without an overshadowing police presence of some sort, because they don't believe in or recognize any voluntary positive aspectd of humanity. It must be coerced, otherwise we just throw poo at each other and slowly starve.


I agree, but I often see these same people protesting the government and referring to it as some kind of system of control... All the while demanding its existence to sustain their own. Is this kind of doublethink really so prevalent or do they have a different way of justifying their beliefs? I mean this as a serious question, I always like to try and understand what other people are thinking.

The Foxy Truckin' Theocracy of Funktopia wrote:I agree, but I often see these same people protesting the government and referring to it as some kind of system of control... All the while demanding its existence to sustain their own. Is this kind of doublethink really so prevalent or do they have a different way of justifying their beliefs? I mean this as a serious question, I always like to try and understand what other people are thinking.

For my part, I live by a simple precept that can if followed wisely, cure any and all ails of the human condition.
Moderation in ALL things.
For our current discussion, control and/or the need for control. Progressives are by nature, power mongers. Their lack of moderation will eventually be their undoing.
The anarchist at the opposite polar extreme suffers the same ills and fate.
And lost in the middle is the moderate with no conviction. After all, one must practice something for which to moderate to begin with. Choosing a side, taking a position, and then keeping in sight of your mirror so your reflection is kept honest, is damnably tricky, but the only worthwhile way to live.

The Kingdom of Rednekylvania wrote:For my part, I live by a simple precept that can if followed wisely, cure any and all ails of the human condition.
Moderation in ALL things.
For our current discussion, control and/or the need for control. Progressives are by nature, power mongers. Their lack of moderation will eventually be their undoing.
The anarchist at the opposite polar extreme suffers the same ills and fate.
And lost in the middle is the moderate with no conviction. After all, one must practice something for which to moderate to begin with. Choosing a side, taking a position, and then keeping in sight of your mirror so your reflection is kept honest, is damnably tricky, but the only worthwhile way to live.

ANd how does this maximize profit again?

Oh, is this so you can maintain certain standings in your industries and not take a loss in influence for the moment (as in when I need to "pay to increase services" and such?)

The Foxy Truckin' Theocracy of Funktopia wrote:I agree, but I often see these same people protesting the government and referring to it as some kind of system of control... All the while demanding its existence to sustain their own. Is this kind of doublethink really so prevalent or do they have a different way of justifying their beliefs? I mean this as a serious question, I always like to try and understand what other people are thinking.


I can speak for my experience here, as my family is of such a mentality. Imo, it is a combination of things.

- The belief that one person can make decisions for another. Just as my family are control freaks over their children, it goes without saying that experts know better than them how to efficiently allocate 50% of their income for them.

- Buyer's remorse / irresponbility. They love social security, health care, welfare, blablabla, but they just don't like the bill that comes with it. ''Oops, there's a cost to everything. Crap! I'll put it on my credit card!'' ''Oh crap! I can't pay back my debt! Government save me! ''

The Capitalist Profitia of Bigprofitia wrote:ANd how does this maximize profit again?

Oh, is this so you can maintain certain standings in your industries and not take a loss in influence for the moment (as in when I need to "pay to increase services" and such?)

I don't overthink my business. I just try to end each day a nickel ahead of the last. Over the years i've seen countless smartasses leverage themselves right out of existence trying to get too cute with a dime.

Geez... this region is like vacation compared to my old one lol

The Democratic States of Eetnefrah wrote:Geez... this region is like vacation compared to my old one lol


Ya don't get too comfortable. The only reason I'll let you stay here is because I care about regional recruitment.

The Kingdom of Rednekylvania wrote:I don't overthink my business. I just try to end each day a nickel ahead of the last. Over the years i've seen countless smartasses leverage themselves right out of existence trying to get too cute with a dime.


Well, to quote the 62nd Rule of Acquisition: "The riskier the road, the greater the profit."

But if you can't afford the road Hoomans, don't walk it!

The Capitalist Profitia of Bigprofitia wrote:Well, to quote the 62nd Rule of Acquisition: "The riskier the road, the greater the profit."

But if you can't afford the road Hoomans, don't walk it!

Okay Star Trek.
Have fun while you can, but at some point during your stint in the real world, I hope you learn the difference between nominal risk, and "Ooops, that was actually a twister, not a radical investment opportunity, and it just ate my house." Otherwise your life will be harsh and tragic.

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