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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Kingdom of Neu Tyrol (elected )

Founder: The New State of P0RTVGAL

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Most Nations: 422nd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 623rd Largest Black Market: 1,167th+5
Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 1,439th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 1,588th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 1,719th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,770th Most Corrupt Governments: 1,840th
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Embassies: The Fascist Order, The Coalition of Fascist Nations, Nazi Europa, The Fascist Union, union of fascists, Coalition of Catholic States, League of Christian Nations, The New World Fascist Alliance, Namekian Fascist Empire, The Fascist Military Powers, The Union of Fascists, The Alliance of Dictators, Austritaria, Eastern Roman Empire, Union of Nationalists, BLITZKRIEG, and 19 others.The Illuminati, The Western Empire, Freecomunism, The Luxan Empire, The Union Of National Socialists, Elite Region Of Global Command, The conservative christians, The Second European Empire, Yarnia, Rossferry, United Conservative Nations, Das Manosphere, Bunicken, Alliance Against Nazis, Racoonist Confederation, Red Guards, Velikiy Slaviya, The Commonwealth of Crowns, and Global Assembly.

The embassy with The New World Fascist Alliance is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

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Construction of embassies with The Free Imperial Union has commenced. Completion expected .

Tags: Totalitarian, Social, Fascist, Map, Eco-friendly, Featured, Conservative, Imperialist, Anti-Capitalist, Medium, Regional Government, Religious, and 1 other.Anti-Communist.

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Fifth Empire contains 30 nations, the 422nd most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of Evilland of Evil BusinessCorporate Police State“A selfish citizen wants money. A wise citizen gets it.”
2.The Federal Republic of BrasirCompulsory Consumerist State“Sprdo Sp酺de.”
3.The Kingdom of Neu TyrolIron Fist Consumerists“Gott mit Uns”
4.The Holy Empire of HercullandInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Praise Hercule Satan”
5.The Federation of PaoviaFather Knows Best State“The Emperor protects”
6.The Universal Union of KarathiIron Fist Consumerists“ Forward, Upward, Onward Together”
7.The Queendom of Omega RisingCompulsory Consumerist State“The end is only our beginning”
8.The Imperial Queendom of AbashaMother Knows Best State“Queen, Country, and Domination”
9.The New State of P0RTVGALFather Knows Best State“Against the cannons, march, march!”
10.The Dictatorship of Northern MemelandFather Knows Best State“Through Victory Our chains shall be broken”
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Regional Poll • Opinions on the New Regional Anthem?

The Kingdom of Neu Tyrol wrote:The new Regional Anthem, Ameno, by ERA, has been declared the Regional anthem. What is your opinion on the new Anthem?

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The New State of P0RTVGAL wrote:It's about making the country less welcoming to corrosive foreigners.
No problem with that.


Multicultutalism is corrosive not the foreigners themselves necessarily.

Its all down to how well Integration and Assimilation are handled.There will be problems most likely as not all are willing to give up on their thousand year Islamic culture versus for example 100 years of finnish drinking/rye bread eating and going to the sauna.

All in all those who are not willing to assimilate, shall not pass.

Neu Tyrol

The Neo-Finn Imperium of Atsuria wrote:Multicultutalism is corrosive not the foreigners themselves necessarily.
Its all down to how well Integration and Assimilation are handled.There will be problems most likely as not all are willing to give up on their thousand year Islamic culture versus for example 100 years of finnish drinking/rye bread eating and going to the sauna.
All in all those who are not willing to assimilate, shall not pass.


I'm not a hundred per cent on that. Multiculture doesn't spread byitself, it requires a human host and, invariably, a foreign one at that.

It is the host-culture itself that must tolerate these alien threats to its existence. It is the native majority that must tolerate the ever expanding "minorities" right up until the point where it becomes the minority itself. Of course, by that point, the Leftards and Libtards that championed the rights of these "minorities" have themselves been destroyed by these "minorities".

"Assimilation" on a small, manageable scale is feasible; the en massed Third World "assimilation" currently unfolding across the aboriginal European homelands, is , by no stretch of the imagination, sustainable.

Atsuria and Neu Tyrol

The New State of P0RTVGAL wrote:WA representative elections in like 2 weeks lads


It has been a fantastic two Terms serving the Fifth Empire as WA delegate, but I intend not to run unless I feel I have a need to. We need a more fresh face on the international field, and I am willing to hand off the reins to someone else.

The Order of Brekekk wrote:I'm not a hundred per cent on that. Multiculture doesn't spread byitself, it requires a human host and, invariably, a foreign one at that.
It is the host-culture itself that must tolerate these alien threats to its existence. It is the native majority that must tolerate the ever expanding "minorities" right up until the point where it becomes the minority itself. Of course, by that point, the Leftards and Libtards that championed the rights of these "minorities" have themselves been destroyed by these "minorities".
"Assimilation" on a small, manageable scale is feasible; the en massed Third World "assimilation" currently unfolding across the aboriginal European homelands, is , by no stretch of the imagination, sustainable.


Obviously the larger the migrant wave the harder it is to manage a good level of Integration.
Such countries as germany for example are facing a crisis beyond imagination but again, in my homeland where the incoming refugees are fewer and wider between, I've rarely seen anyone not assimilating well, with some exceptions ofc.

Humans spread culture yes, but humans can be controlled and altered.Culture included.

Brekekk

The Kingdom of Neu Tyrol wrote:It has been a fantastic two Terms serving the Fifth Empire as WA delegate, but I intend not to run unless I feel I have a need to. We need a more fresh face on the international field, and I am willing to hand off the reins to someone else.


You've still got many days to go, many votes to make etc.. don't give up now.

Neu Tyrol

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Post self-deleted by Atsuria.

The withdrawal of all Manospherians from your territory has completed, and we are withdrawing our embassy immediately. Any of your citizens left in our country will be subsequently rounded up and placed in catapults for expedient removal.

Kisses and hugs XOXO,
Landbound Pirates

Atsuria

The Order of Brekekk wrote:Strictly speaking, in cultural terms, the wearing of such religious attire defines an individual as being an adherent of a set of defining guidelines that makes that individual culturally distinct not in terms of personal inner faith in a belief-system but in a manner of dress and pervailent customs from a given and recognised culturally distinct geophysical location.


Which doesn't really mean anything other than they're different, really. Different cultures and religions aren't necessarily exclusive to one another, so long as they maintain general moderation. Now, what Daesh is doing is certainly incompatible with European cultures, but it's also incompatible with Middle Eastern cultures too. That doesn't stop them from attracting members from both, and beyond. Extreme philosophies create their own culture out of thin air, but the faiths that they come from do not.

This particular incident lacks any real conflicting point to be honest. Conservative Muslims do indeed believe men and women should be dressed modestly, but so do conservative Christians, whereas more liberal Muslims and Christians do not. Mind you, France is a Catholic Christian majority nation, and there are undoubtedly a number of conservatives in it that would think two-piece bikini's are 'sinful', and while they wouldn't encourage something like a burkini, they would encourage one of those ugly one piece bathing suits that covers the entire torso. But really, it doesn't matter in the end, because French, and more specifically, Corsican culture does bring modesty up as an issue. It neither supports nor opposes dressing so conservatively, because really, it doesn't matter. So, really, it doesn't harm or bring any kind of contention toward French or Corsican culture, as French and Corsican culture lack any official mindset on conservative dressing. It's simply not important enough to waste time banning.

The Order of Brekekk wrote:In general European women do not dress in medieval Arabic attire in accordance to the prerequisites of Islamic custom. Therefore, it has to be said, that European culture is distinct from Islamic culture. In such cases as an indigenous European female does for whatever reason become a Muslim, then they are expected to don Islamic attire in order to make them culturally distinct from the rest of the indigenous European populace.


The niqab actually originates from Persia, and was later adopted by Muslims, so it can't really be attributed to Arabs. I don't know about the burqa, but as for the hijab, it has been popular in many cultures across Eurasia, including Rome and Byzantium, though I have no idea where it originates. I'm not entirely sure, but I'm pretty sure none of these were worn during the Middle Ages save for maybe the hijab, but it is important to know that these veils and such did not originate in Arabic culture, nor is it really part of it either. While it is true that before Muhammad veils were commonplace amongst Arabs, their present popularity does not exist because of Arab culture, but rather because of Islamic faith. The veils are part of Islamic practice, not Arabic culture, which can be distinguished by the fact that veils are not a common sight on non-Muslim Arab women, unless of course it is mandatory by the state, like in Iran.

I'm not saying these cultures aren't distinct though, I'm saying there's nothing wrong with wearing a burkini to the beach if you're a Muslim. It's their religion, and their choice what to wear. Banning Islamic veils does nothing but spurn anti-Western sentiment, and it serves no real purpose.

The Order of Brekekk wrote:In cultural terms, Islam has to make its adherents culturally distinct in order to set them apart from the unbelievers, the infidel and the kuffar which is the derogatory term employed by Mahommedans against non-Muslimists.


The scripture is open for debate, as it is for all religions. There are plenty of Muslim women who do not wear veils, and it used to be far more popular until the US and USSR started dipping their toes in the sand and leaving behind brutal dictatorships that allowed for religious extremists to gain public support.

The New State of P0RTVGAL wrote:It's about making the country less welcoming to corrosive foreigners.
No problem with that.


"Corrosive" is subjective.

The Democratic Republic of Nikolai the Russian Guy wrote:Which doesn't really mean anything other than they're different, really. Different cultures and religions aren't necessarily exclusive to one another, so long as they maintain general moderation. Now, what Daesh is doing is certainly incompatible with European cultures, but it's also incompatible with Middle Eastern cultures too. That doesn't stop them from attracting members from both, and beyond. Extreme philosophies create their own culture out of thin air, but the faiths that they come from do not.
This particular incident lacks any real conflicting point to be honest. Conservative Muslims do indeed believe men and women should be dressed modestly, but so do conservative Christians, whereas more liberal Muslims and Christians do not. Mind you, France is a Catholic Christian majority nation, and there are undoubtedly a number of conservatives in it that would think two-piece bikini's are 'sinful', and while they wouldn't encourage something like a burkini, they would encourage one of those ugly one piece bathing suits that covers the entire torso. But really, it doesn't matter in the end, because French, and more specifically, Corsican culture does bring modesty up as an issue. It neither supports nor opposes dressing so conservatively, because really, it doesn't matter. So, really, it doesn't harm or bring any kind of contention toward French or Corsican culture, as French and Corsican culture lack any official mindset on conservative dressing. It's simply not important enough to waste time banning.
The niqab actually originates from Persia, and was later adopted by Muslims, so it can't really be attributed to Arabs. I don't know about the burqa, but as for the hijab, it has been popular in many cultures across Eurasia, including Rome and Byzantium, though I have no idea where it originates. I'm not entirely sure, but I'm pretty sure none of these were worn during the Middle Ages save for maybe the hijab, but it is important to know that these veils and such did not originate in Arabic culture, nor is it really part of it either. While it is true that before Muhammad veils were commonplace amongst Arabs, their present popularity does not exist because of Arab culture, but rather because of Islamic faith. The veils are part of Islamic practice, not Arabic culture, which can be distinguished by the fact that veils are not a common sight on non-Muslim Arab women, unless of course it is mandatory by the state, like in Iran.
I'm not saying these cultures aren't distinct though, I'm saying there's nothing wrong with wearing a burkini to the beach if you're a Muslim. It's their religion, and their choice what to wear. Banning Islamic veils does nothing but spurn anti-Western sentiment, and it serves no real purpose.
The scripture is open for debate, as it is for all religions. There are plenty of Muslim women who do not wear veils, and it used to be far more popular until the US and USSR started dipping their toes in the sand and leaving behind brutal dictatorships that allowed for religious extremists to gain public support.
"Corrosive" is subjective.


corrosive /kəˈrəʊsɪv/

adjective

to cause corrosion.

noun

a corrosive substance.

You should do France.

Then Belgium.

Sweden.

Britain.

Italy.

It's difficult to say why the burkini is problematic. We could boil it down to those poor individuals and their precious rights. Or their given religions (that they were born into ) and we can blame those devilish Westerners with their inborn need to boss around former colonialists.

And we can do all that because it's expected of us.

It fits into acceptable normie standards of conduct. It's easy to blame yourself because people don't quite "fit in" with what passes for culture in your part of the world.

"It must be me doing something wrong.

I must try harder. I must cuck myself off in public so that Western culture seems more appealing and let a whole bunch of non-related cultures more easily slip in.... I mean integrate and take advantage of the vortextual vacuum where Western ideals used to predominate."

Neu Tyrol

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