Hinduism RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The State of Minoa

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Welcome to Hinduism!

This region is intended for countries with Hinduism as a state religion, or countries with a good percentage of Hindus like Minoa and the UK: however, there's no need to argue over a minimum percentage.

TL;DR: The Hinduism Region: No gimmicks, seriously, but racism or recruitment RMBs will not be tolerated.

The opinions of residents, even the founder, do not necessarily reflect official policy (yes, I know what you mean).

Go on, ask for an embassy if you must!

Pantone's colour of the year (2014): Radiant Orchid

Embassies: Minoa, Funen, India, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, Leninist Russia, Christianity, The Czech Republic, Sikhism, The Alliance Pocket Universe, Sufism, League of Cobalt Nations, ABC, Land of Israel, The Darwin Allied Republics, The South East, Bir Tawil, and 12 others.Scientology, The Republic of India, Beyond Redemption, TulitLatam, The Northern Hemisphere, Royal States, The Illuminati, Greece, Athens, Peninsula Iberica, Royal Plenipotentiary, and Sparthens.

Tags: Small, Silly, Casual, Neutral, Independent, Featured, Pacifist, and Religious.

Hinduism contains 9 nations, the 1,453rd most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Authoritarian in Hinduism

World Census staff loitered innocuously in various public areas and recorded the length of time that passed before they were approached by dark-suited officials.

As a region, Hinduism is ranked 12,948th in the world for Most Authoritarian.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Protectorate of E-I-E-I-DOHCorrupt Dictatorship“Surely some revelation is at hand”
2.The Empire of MonsantoCompulsory Consumerist State“This motto was left blank for neutrality.”
3.The Empire of R T ErdoganCompulsory Consumerist State“Official account of Erdogan (kind of)”
4.The Established Tribal Republics of United Hindu CharitiesLiberal Democratic Socialists“Seeking peace and sustainability”
5.The Disputed Territories of Hindu KashmirInoffensive Centrist Democracy“...”
6.The Dominion of AtenasConservative Democracy“Grecia en Español”
7.The Manchester Studios of Granada TelevisionInoffensive Centrist Democracy“From the North”
8.The State of MinoaCivil Rights Lovefest“...”
9.The Colony of OCECorporate Bordello“AoA”

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Hinduism Regional Message Board

Happy Diwali friends! This year (2013): 1-5 November with 3 November being the main one.

After the telegrams and the taxis, now it's the tax disc.

So many things that I am familiar with are disappearing.

Minoan Regions member may be interested in a London Underground poll at page=poll/p=545.

Everyone vote Tsoukalos at page=poll/p=1021

Minoa does it again: Tsoukalos wins all in good fun. What is this? That Mountain Dew flavor contest thingy?

Me was with The Republic of Little Owl for a while. Gosh, that 32-bit Windows machine that I phased out is going cranky. It's refusing to connect to the internet almost every time and now, I'm just totally lost for words as to how dreadful that machine is.

Yes, nearly 4 years is not a bad lifespan for a computer but I'm sure it could go to ten, disregarding at least one reinstall of Windows.

Continuing from my last rambling, my life outside NationStates is becoming dreadfully ridiculous: BT's inability to fix my broadband problem has forced me into switching to Virgin Media from the middle of this month after I heard from one of my friends that they had better customer service with them. The problem was that downloads dropped after about a minute or two.

I had tried in vain to get them to check my line even though I did as many tests on my side and one month on I saw no change: the problem has forced me to download completely legal updates from the internet café, including the most important security update of all: Adobe Flash Player. The stress from this incident alone actually ended me up in A&E on Tuesday with a panic attack.

If that is not enough, my MacBook hard disk corrupted last Friday when I was doing some work, and when I least expected it. The distress may be less severe because of satisfaction of hourly backups (good old Time Machine) but the disruption to my work was still immense. It cost me over a thousand quid to get myself a new iMac so I could attempt to continue working on my projects while I figured for three long days attempting to make the hard drive bootable. That means I am days behind in a split-second-tight schedule. It doesn't matter if the hand-in of the project is in April: every day counts and I've only got two weeks before I have to present a design proposal.

Now, despite being able to recover ALL the data from the failure, the hard drive remained non-bootable, meaning that I had to restore from the backup. Then I realised that I forgot to take note of my recent toughening of one of my account passwords, meaning that I had to sit through the hassle of resetting it even though I could do it. Then, when I tried to catch up on the printing the ink ran out... and then I gave up to a point where my relatives are now intervening to foot the costs before my health gets worse.

When problems like this happens you would get distressed, but when it happens all at once and you have poor health it's like hitting a brick wall at a speed of a Japanese Bullet Train. I've already lost one of my best friends, Helena, because she left the UK to run a nightclub/restaurant in Sharm El Sheikh. My university mates, Rebekah and Tom have also become far too busy and I've been spending hours at a Mayfair Hotel so that the hosts would give me some attention while I lament at how things are going for me. The NSA scandal isn't helping either: it's unsurprising how the minds of people are getting more radical because they are feeling increasingly hopeless, but I don't want the situation in Ukraine to spill over to here.

How worse can it get for me: who's going to pay attention to my deteriorating health in real life?

Or what about Twitter and Google being blocked in Turkey where ErDOGan is taking his matters into his own hands? It's only gonna fuel an all out uprising with millions of deaths like World War II. Region members, AUSTERITY MEASURES, INEQUALITY AND REPRESSION: they make up a LETHAL COMBINATION. Cue for another poll for you Minoa: Will peaceful or violent action actually change anything? And don't forget a disclaimer.

The Colony of OCE wrote:Cue for another poll for you Minoa: Will peaceful or violent action actually change anything? And don't forget a disclaimer.

Let us see what I can churn out from your interesting idea. I do have the temptation to beat the **** out of BT and drop them off at the front of the most radical leftist movement, but no, let us wait until what the CAB says on Monday.

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