WA Delegate (non-executive): The Socialist People's Democracy of Golanchia (elected )
Embassies: Pyongyang, Korean Peoples Army, Korean Peoples Navy, Antifa, The Red and Black, USSD, Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, The Internationale, Das Kommune, Marxist Scholars Circle, Communist China, The Communist Party of NationStates, Regional Defense Committee, The Sovereign Socialist States, Revolutionary Vietnam, united socialist states of indi, and 17 others.The MT Army, Hippy Haven, United Socialist Republics, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, NSLeft, The International Communist Union, The Revolutionary Union, Worldwide Communist Union, Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Union, The Leftist Union, The New Cooperative Union, The Socialist States of the Philippines, Peoples Republic of Ireland, Anti Revisionist Left, The New Socialist Union, Osiris, and USSR.
Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Least Corrupt Governments in North Korea
World Census agents tempted government officials with financial and other inducements to bend the rules and recorded how often their proposals were declined.
As a region, North Korea is ranked 14,484th in the world for Least Corrupt Governments.
|1.||The Community of Novoe Kitezh||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Stagnation is death. Forward unto progress.”|
|2.||The People's Republic of Kazirstan||Left-wing Utopia||“Order, Progress, Equality”|
|3.||The United Socialist States of Rogare||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“A mask is the only armor you need. ”|
|4.||The Federation of Mosolo||New York Times Democracy||“Together we can accomplish the impossible.”|
|5.||The United Socialist States of The Socialist Republic of Emporia||Democratic Socialists||“Mate, Together We can Build a Better World”|
|6.||The Marxist-Feminists of Revolution Balloon||Left-wing Utopia||“Up, up and Away! For a collapse of Capitalism!”|
|7.||The Social Republic of Lemurian Oceania||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Workers of the World Unite!”|
|8.||The Workers' State of Zulanka in NK||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“¡Hasta la Victoria Siempre!”|
|9.||The Democratic States of Alpey||Democratic Socialists||“Escape the fascist regime of Brunei”|
|10.||The Republic of Nullos||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Until victory forever”|
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- : The northern state ceased to exist.
- : The Democratic States of Red Comrades Patriotic Fund arrived from The North Pacific.
- : The Republic of Featherdale arrived from The Rejected Realms.
- : The KPA Comrade General of Godless Munky removed The Republic of Featherdale from the regional ban list.
- : The Republic of Featherdale departed this region for The Rejected Realms.
- : The KPA Comrade General of Godless Munky ejected and banned The Republic of Featherdale from the region.
- : The Republic of Featherdale arrived from PMOI.
- : The Democratic States of Inchon Resistance departed this region for The Rejected Realms.
- : The KPA Comrade General of Godless Munky ejected and banned The Democratic States of Inchon Resistance from the region.
- : The Kingdom of SecondChange of the region The best region of them all proposed constructing embassies.
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What about Hitler's?
It's probably because many people do not know who those people are.
I think you quoted the wrong person.
Anyway, nationstates has a thing against using Nazi stuff or things related to them (don't we all?) So I said some other authoritarians that could work.
Or you know it could just be something like' military per square mile' or something akin to that.
Yeah I just noticed that. Thanks for pointing it out.
Honor the Vietnamese, Not Those Who Killed Them:
In a letter to Vietnam War veteran Charles McDuff, Major General Franklin Davis, Jr. said, “The United States Army has never condoned wanton killing or disregard for human life.” McDuff had written a letter to President Richard Nixon in January 1971, telling him that he had witnessed U.S. soldiers abusing and killing Vietnamese civilians and informing him that many My Lais had taken place during the war.1 He pleaded with Nixon to bring the killing to an end. The White House sent the letter to the general, and this was his reply.
Why won't Obama apologize for a war crime?
Barack Obama will visit Hiroshima, but the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is in Asia to promote militarism and imperial rivalries, writes Khury Petersen-Smith.
MAYBE HISTORY will measure Barack Obama's tenure as president not by the number of years that he spent in office, but by the number of hopes that he betrayed.
The true scale of U.S. empire's devastation while Obama was at the helm won't be known until he leaves office early next year. Only then will we know the total number of countries bombed by Obama--we're at seven so far--of children killed by U.S. forces, of non-combatants killed by Obama's wildly escalated drone war, of hospitals bombarded by the U.S. and its allies, of Palestinian land stolen by Israeli forces equipped with U.S. weapons and bolstered by Obama's enthusiastic support, and unfortunately, the list could go on.
Most of these crimes weren't direct betrayals of specific demands. When Obama took office, no one petitioned him to not bomb a hospital and then absolve those who committed the atrocity. For most of his progressive supporters, this was simply unimaginable--yet that's exactly what Obama did.
For the most part, acts like these were not reversals of specific promises that Obama made, but rather steps, one after the other, along the same path that Obama's predecessor George W. Bush walked, taking us further down the road of American imperial violence.
This summer I will have a lot of spare time. Spare time that could be spent further cultivating my ideology. So today I went to the bookstore and bought several revolutionary works, as well as books from non-revolutionary sources that still provide information on Communism nonetheless. There is also a plethora of online resources that provide information on Communism that I have barely tapped into. So tell me comrades, what literary works (both virtual and physical) would you recommend?
Well that depends, what have you already red?
As half-Chinese, I am of course going to be biased towards books like Mao's Little Red Book and The Selected Works of Kim Il Sung.
But, bias aside, I'd recommend the Bible because it just shows you how "religion is the opiate of the masses" and/or you could read The God Delusion by Dawkins. It's a great book.