Democratic Socialist Assembly RMB

WA Delegate: The Commonwealth of Kotovania (elected 21 days ago)

Founder: The Republic of Opalaland

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Welcome, Comrade, to the DSA!
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PLEASE ENDORSE Kotovania!

Recruiters: NO RECRUITING. DSA is an Arnhelm Declaration signatory.
Diplomats: Please contact Gervase with inquiries or embassy requests.


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Featured Region: 12 May 2013


LinkThe Cabinet:
Kotovania President & WA Delegate
South Jarvis Secretary General
Gervase Min. of Foreign Affairs
Kiptoke-Ruselia Min. of Immigration/DSA Promotion
Guertonia Min. of Domestic Affairs
Ratateague Min. of Justice
Suceavija Min. of Role Play

LinkThe Featured Five:
Obscenium
Headbuttia
Ralshia
Eilean Albannach
Tauride


Embassies: Social Liberal Union, The Versutian Federation, Das Kommune, Gay, The International, The Internationale, and Labour and Socialist International.

Tags: Democratic, Enormous, Anti-Fascist, Offsite Forums, Communist, Social, Map, Featured, Eco-friendly, Socialist, and Regional Government.

Regional Power: Extremely High

Democratic Socialist Assembly contains 251 nations, the 39th most in the world.

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The Largest Insurance Industry in Democratic Socialist Assembly

As a region, Democratic Socialist Assembly is ranked 17,049th in the world for Largest Insurance Industry.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Confederation of United GojoseonWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“May the sun always shine upon the Dangun.”
2.The Maritime Empire of EpicionLiberal Democratic Socialists“Vive L'Épicion”
3.The Democratic Commonwealth of LiossaldeNew York Times Democracy“Bis vivit, qui bene vivit.”
4.The Republic of Lemur IslesWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Viva la República”
5.The Free Socialist Union of DabrynyaAnarchy“Cada vida tiene valor.”
6.The Kingdom of Imperial HalteeseNew York Times Democracy“We believe that justice is more important than peace.”
7.The Republic of Liberals of AmericaWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better”
8.The Republic of OpalalandCivil Rights Lovefest“Vive la République!”
9.The Federal Republic of Free Canary IslandsLeft-Leaning College State“Freedom. Solidarity. Prosperity”
10.The Republic of Real Estate DevelopersWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Live life to the fullest”
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Last poll: “What do you think of the Rift theme?”

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Democratic Socialist Assembly Regional Message Board

The Democratic Republic of Guertonia wrote:No we should not forget comments like that but what one man says is not the opinion of another...


Huh? Pope Francis was born Jorge Bergoglio. I used his pre-papal name because he made those comments as Cardinal, not Pope.

The Consular Corps of The Misleyan Diplomatic Mission wrote:We should not forget so quickly Cardinal Bergoglio's statements about homosexuality and liberation theology.

Bergoglio considered the extension of marriage rights to gay couples in Argentina "destructive to God's plan" and considered the proposal "a move by the father of lies (read: Satan) that seeks to confuse and deceive the children of God."

No one who sits on the throne of Saint Peter is a friend of the revolution.

Anyone who sits on any religious throne isn't a friend of the revolution.

In semi-related news, Thich Nhat Hanh has continued to recover despite being in a coma.

I have to agree with Guertonia. I was raised Catholic, and Pope Francis is doing a great job as pope.

The Socialist People's Republic of Herrebrugh wrote:I have a strong dislike for any pope, and I honestly don't get the appeal. I'm sure people are happy that the Catholic PR department is in proper business, though.

I don't think it's fair to dislike someone for their beliefs. Unless, of course, they're directly harmful to others.

The Consular Corps of The Misleyan Diplomatic Mission wrote:Huh? Pope Francis was born Jorge Bergoglio. I used his pre-papal name because he made those comments as Cardinal, not Pope.


Oh sorry honest mistake but it seems that mood has changes since taking office. He is taking a much more relaxed stance now or from the few articles ive read.

Also I apologize for the delay in the featured five this week...had a busy day today but I just submitted my picks for this week so they will be up sometime tomorrow.

The Commonwealth of Gervase wrote:Huge news -- so huge that all I have to do is link to the front page of the Times: http://www.nytimes.com/

Now isn't than nice :)

How many Buddhists do you need to screw in a light bulb?

None, one should seek his own path to enlightenment.
HAHAHAHAHA

It's funny because it's true! :)

Alternatively...
How many Zen buddhists does it take to change a light bulb?
Three: one to change it, one to not-change it and one to both change-and not-change it.

The Althing of Ratateague wrote:It's funny because it's true! :)

Alternatively...
How many Zen buddhists does it take to change a light bulb?
Three: one to change it, one to not-change it and one to both change-and not-change it.

Huh. I thought that was quantum physicists.

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