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WA Delegate: The Nomadic Peoples of Damanucus (elected 88 days ago)

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The NEW WARSAW PACT (NWP) is a close-knit region where creativity and diversity are encouraged and rewarded, and national sovereignty is valued above all else. We welcome all who wish to join, regardless of political, social, or cultural ideals and beliefs... Except Nazis. We don't like them.

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Re-founded: February 3, 2010


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    QuickStart Guide to NationStates and the NWP

    MetaReference by Nullarni 1 year 103 days ago. 1,536 reads.

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    Roleplay 101

    MetaReference by Damanucus 1 year 157 days ago. 2,227 reads.

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    Useful NS sites and Utilities (updated: 5/31/2015)

    MetaReference by Nullarni 36 days ago. 14,224 reads.

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    NationStates Guide

    MetaReference by Amerion 3 days 21 hours ago. 838 reads.

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    So You Want To Write A Resolution?

    MetaReference by Damanucus 1 year 153 days ago. 785 reads.

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Embassies: The Allied Republics, Spiritus, Glass Gallows, Global Right Alliance, Antarctic Alliance, The Land of Kings and Emperors, Africa, Confederation of Nations, United Empire of Islam, Pax Imperium, Valhalla, Allied Communist States, the West Pacific, The New Warsaw Pact, Antarctic Oasis, and Monaco Ville.

Tags: Enormous, National Sovereigntist, Offsite Forums, Social, Casual, Independent, Map, Modern Tech, Regional Government, and Serious.

Regional Power: High

New Warsaw Pact contains 287 nations, the 40th most in the world.

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As a region, New Warsaw Pact is ranked 12,718th in the world for Best Weather.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Elven Kingdom of New DalesAuthoritarian Democracy“We are the Dalish: keepers of the lost lore.”
2.The Nomadic Peoples of DamanucusWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Ad astra per aspera”
3.The People's Republic of LaywenraniaDemocratic Socialists“Use every day to make a better world!”
4.The Democratic Republic of The ClarionWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Success comes after hard work”
5.The Sunder Empire of SeraanPsychotic Dictatorship“Go away.”
6.The Wanagiyata of AkilehanWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“All are equal, all are free”
7.The Holy Empire of ShadeiusMoralistic Democracy“Die for your country or die for nothing!”
8.The Republican College of ZeyadInoffensive Centrist Democracy“ Sic Itur Ad Astra”
9.The Free State of DomlevikWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“It could almost certainly be worse”
10.The Glorious Nation of Technocratic Republic of VinnlandWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Functionless art is simply tolerated vandalism.”
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The Great People's Jamahariyah of Hajirah wrote:In other news,opinion polls show that the 'No' vote is likely to prevail in the Greek referendum.Meanwhile,today is the 204th anniversary of Venezuela's independence.

Well, happy birthday Venezuela.

61% of the Greek population has voted not to accept the creditors' current bailout terms in yesterday's historic referendum.

The Kapokanas of Wonderchicken wrote:Best way to hear them :)

To be honest,I prefer cassettes due to their affordability,durability,portability and the abundance of both cassettes and cassette players.

The Tribal Confederation of Harkain wrote:Question is who would it be? Either way every economy has it's up and downs. Every modern economy has a cycle of Booms and Busts.

Tbh we're not entirely relying on china as well. We just have too many exports because the gov has been relying to heavily on the Mining boom to keep our exports larger than our imports.

Definitely not Greece.

The Great People's Jamahariyah of Hajirah wrote:61% of the Greek population has voted not to accept the creditors' current bailout terms in yesterday's historic referendum.

lol bye eu

Elwana and Tosontsengel

Eurozone is doomed.

The europocalypse has come.

Oh come on can we stop acting suprised...we all knew it was coming I mean the very idea of a united Europe is just a sour dream. Personally, I praise Greece for having the metaphorical balls to say no to those stupid terms. At least after Greece is ejected from the EU; they can actually have room to grow as a country.

Hajirah

The Republic of Elwana wrote:Oh come on can we stop acting suprised...we all knew it was coming I mean the very idea of a united Europe is just a sour dream. Personally, I praise Greece for having the metaphorical balls to say no to those stupid terms. At least after Greece is ejected from the EU; they can actually have room to grow as a country.

It'll all go downhill. They won't probably be the only country to leave. The politicians that created the euro and stand behind their claims that keeping up the Eurozone is the only way should just admit a mistake and let other countries of the EU smoothly return to their previous national currencies. But that's just my silly dream.

The Great People's Jamahariyah of Hajirah wrote:61% of the Greek population has voted not to accept the creditors' current bailout terms in yesterday's historic referendum.

To be honest,I prefer cassettes due to their affordability,durability,portability and the abundance of both cassettes and cassette players.

Or on your phone

Harkain

The Great People's Jamahariyah of Hajirah wrote:To be honest,I prefer cassettes due to their affordability,durability,portability and the abundance of both cassettes and cassette players.

The Empire of Cherrybom wrote:Or on your phone

There is absolutely nothing wrong with having a preference that differs from someone else's, particularly where "How I listen to music" is concerned. As it happens, I was raised on records--some even older than you'd think. My mom actually had a Victrola (picture of a Victrola similar to mom's: http://p2.la-img.com/302/21388/7338722_1_l.jpg). The records were a good quarter-inch thick, and as far as I've been able to find were made from shellac. Mom also had a copy of John Philip Sousa's Stars and Stripes Forever for that old beast, and we played the hell out of that sucker.

Some music just doesn't sound right to me without the scratches and pops you get from a worn record. I like the convenience of an MP3 player, sure, but I also dislike the fact that my phone's battery has a maximum life of roughly 30 seconds (rough estimate) if I don't judiciously budget my use of the music app. Bear in mind, too, that I have a ginormous collection of mix tapes...none of which I ever listen to because I have nowhere to put my cassette player, and don't feel an overwhelming desire to buy a new, smaller one.

Harkain

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