WA Delegate: The Most Holy and Grand Empire of Christian Democrats (elected )
Embassies: Vatican II, Vatican, Saint Margaret Mary, Right to Life, Soli Deo gloria, Catholicism, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Pro Life International, Coalition of Catholic States, Antarctic Oasis, The catholic royal alliance, Alliance of Catholic Nations, Westphalia, Commonwealth of Catholic Nations, Traditional Catholic Empire, The Alliance of Roman Catholic States, and 1 other.The Holy Roman Catholic Empire.
Regional Power: High
Today's World Census Report
The Highest Poor Incomes in Catholic
The World Census studied the spending power of the poorest 10% of citizens in each nation.
As a region, Catholic is ranked 4,129th in the world for Highest Poor Incomes.
|1.||The Most Holy Kingdom of Arendia||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“Dominus illuminationes nobis”|
|2.||The Kingdom of Aggmar||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Orbis non sufficit”|
|3.||The Most Holy and Grand Empire of Christian Democrats||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Iesus via et veritas et vita est”|
|4.||The Catholic Republic of Flomany||Left-wing Utopia||“In Deo Speramus”|
|5.||The Holy Empire of Wiekszy Polska||Psychotic Dictatorship||“Bóg, Honor, Ojczyzna!”|
|6.||The Greater Holy Roman Empire of The Imperial Papal States||Moralistic Democracy||“Discere cupiamus veritas Dei est , quia nos veritas eiu”|
|7.||The Catholic Republic of The Papal Federation||Tyranny by Majority||“Miserando atque Eligendo”|
|8.||The Federal State of -Osterlich||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Sei gesegnet ohne Ende”|
|9.||The Kingdom of Chiapas and Soconusco||New York Times Democracy||“Up and forward”|
|10.||The Theocracy of Status Ecclesiae||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Acriter et Fideliter”|
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Catholic Regional Message Board
I did receive Jesus Christ. When I ate the flesh He was a little stale (what do you expect from a 2000 year old guy?). The liquid part was very good, though I was a little tipsy after (the guy needs to drink less).
I'm going to go back to the topic of a map. Now I'm a pretty visual person, but before I can wrap my head about something I need to know what I have to visualize. As much as we might want to say otherwise, we all know size matters. (Look at the United States, look at Canada, look at Russia and then look at, say Lithuania. Which size do you want to be?) The first thought would be to base the "size" of a nation on population. I should point out that 18 of our nations have populations greater than that of the entire world at the moment 7.4 billion, but I suppose we can map the region's population into the overall land masses of the earth. (Or as a great joke we could use an inverted earth where all the seas are land masses and all the land masses are seas. I think I have a copy of one of those maps somewhere.) Then we have to use the sorting hat to get them all in place. Then the arguing starts.
What I say we do is divide the actual world up into regions and give regions to people by means of voting with disregard to countries' population size. After everybody has gotten one region people would be able to apply for a second region if the population is large enough (say 250 million). I propose the following:
A) A region should be something that is divisible clearly by cultural/geographical means. Region should be about even to most other regions. An example region would be "Walloon" this area will consist of the lower region of Belgium. This would be the average size in Europe as that land will be in high demand (I imagine). Area in the rest of the world should be about South Korea in size. Areas with significance for our faith and cultures should be individual regions, for example Rome would be one region or Paris would be one region.
B) A cartographer should be named who will be in charge of a few things: 1. Divide a world map into equal regions initially 2. Adjust regions as needed in future 3. Receive requests from nations to "purchase" land 4. Add nations to the map as needed 4. Make a map 5. It would be up to the cartographer that all region taking is done fairly as possible with priority to older, larger, stronger (in that order) nations first.
C) We hold a weekly poll to confirm the current status of the map.
D) To 'purchase' land PM the cartographer about the land in question and vote in the next map update poll to receive land.
I would love to have all of these put in place, but we need a place to put them. What I am saying is that we should first make a constitution or agreement of nations or something to make a functional regional government.
P.S. are we going to start RPing?
As long as everyone or a substantial amount's committed to it, then yes.
The map of Forest is the best that I have seen on this site: page=dispatch/id=522876
They are not a role-play region. Rather, the map represents every single established nation in the region. The oldest residents are on the right, and the newer nations are added on the left. The size of each nation is determined by its population. It acts a timeline for the region, you could say.
I highly back the creation of the map; let the borders be drawn justly and with dignity. However, I would like to see a map that reflects the real globe, and not some pseudo-Pangea.
I am of the opinion that the map should not be based on the real earth. To me, this shows that the cartographers of the region are lazy, and couldn't be bothered to come up with something original. I do not want this to be the impression that people have of our map.
I agree with Pope Saint Alexander on this issue.
Pope Alexander's right, wouldn't be the best idea if the first impression of this region is laziness...