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WA Delegate: The Republic of Ariusgrad (elected 145 days ago)

Founder: The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk

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The Philippines was Featured on April 13, 2011.

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The Holy Christian Nation of The Third Nova Terra of Scrin

Aim for July 2014: 78 member nations (+20%)
Topic: P-Noy impeachment, Philippine Arena

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Regional Power: Moderate

Philippines contains 69 nations, the 160th most in the world.

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The Most Cultured in Philippines

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Philippines is ranked 2,512th in the world for Most Cultured.

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1.The Republic of WendelWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Faith. Hope. Love.”
2.The Banal at Armadong Soberanya of Vatican XIIIWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“I Tego Arcana Dei”
3.The Soviet Socialist Republic of FilippinskiyeLeft-wing Utopia“Workers of the world, unite!”
4.The Unified Realms of AseiwythCorporate Bordello“Deus, Patriae, Monarchia”
5.The Republic of AriusgradWA MemberFather Knows Best State“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”
6.The Community of KeiyiaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Dal Qorn of Islam and Vedas old/new”
7.The Republic of Maharlika IslandsWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Excel and Excellence in Everything ”
8.The United Kingdom of TagumInoffensive Centrist Democracy“To Live For Faith”
9.The Kingdom of KleshvaNew York Times Democracy“Fraeunje Tuuvaze UveÚr”
10.The Premier Paragon of PonanWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Not by Force but by Will”
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Some people are too stupid or uneducated about family planning, which was proposed by the RH act. Also, some people are ashamed to go out and buy some condoms. Our hypocritical and conservative religious leaders are also not helping at all.

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Filippinskiye wrote:Some people are too stupid or uneducated about family planning, which was proposed by the RH act. Also, some people are ashamed to go out and buy some condoms. Our hypocritical and conservative religious leaders are also not helping at all.

It's very true. People may not know this but there are other ways you can prevent unwanted births other than condoms. That knowledge is being taught here in Canada as early as 7, along with other stuff involving sexual intercourse like the risk of unprotected sex, legal stuff (aka Only Yes means Yes) and government support for teens. That may contribute to curb unwanted birth rate. But hey if people arereally into "Go forth and reproduce" and have 12 kids then be my guest. Just make sure they get to eat 3 times a day and go to school.

I think the population boom of our country is common for newly-industrialized countries. Once we become a developed nation, our population will drop (See Japan, Canada, Russia)

The Colony of Picosopolis wrote:Yup again mr emin repub, as of july 27 we are 100 million n tyo ayon s philippne star

Pero hindi rin ako naniniwala kasi marami-rami ring mga unregistered na bata. Bakit kaya? Libre naman registration ng bata diba?

The Republic of the Philippines of Asigna wrote:
Our labor force potential is huge.

I've got not beef with the rising population of the Philippines. My problem is some lower-income families keep having kids without the ability of supporting them, ensuring they have proper education and nutrition. We could have a big labor force, but we've got a lot of talented people in the Philippines and they are either under/unemployed or looking to work overseas. We need to bring jobs, good-paying jobs, to make use of our skilled labor force.

The Republic of Wendel wrote:Just heard the news about the Philippine population and INC's centennial celebration.
Congratulations to all INC members!

Oh yes congrats! I've seen some news articles about it and the comment section, as expected, is engaged into debate again. For goodness sake wala na ba talagang topic na hindi nagdedebate tayong lahat?

That being said, dat traffic tho.

The Federation of Nationalist Eminral Republic wrote:
I think the population boom of our country is common for newly-industrialized countries. Once we become a developed nation, our population will drop (See Japan, Canada, Russia)

Well I hope so but unlike Japan, Canada, and Russia, our country is deeply religious and that kind of puts a damper on sexual education.

Your reaction on PNOY's 5th SONA?

The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk wrote:Well I hope so but unlike Japan, Canada, and Russia, our country is deeply religious and that kind of puts a damper on sexual education.

Well don't worry because the world as a whole is becoming to be more liberal. It will happen, not anytime soon but in the future.

The Empire of Emperio ng Pilipinas wrote:Your reaction on PNOY's 5th SONA?

The projects he mentioned were good, although because I'm not in the Philippines I can't comment on whether it has an impact. He seems a bit emotional on the last part of his speech though.

The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk wrote:Well I hope so but unlike Japan, Canada, and Russia, our country is deeply religious and that kind of puts a damper on sexual education.

Russia is also deeply religious (mostly Orthodox, some Muslims).

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Filippinskiye wrote:Russia is also deeply religious (mostly Orthodox, some Muslims).

There we go, and they have been more harsher in terms of their treatment with LGBT community. I think that shows how conservative they are.

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Filippinskiye wrote:Russia is also deeply religious (mostly Orthodox, some Muslims).

No offense, but I never considered Russia a religious country. The atheistic policies of the former Soviet Union has done so much to destroy their Christian Orthodox heritage. And also, on a more sarcastic note, I do not consider Muslims Russians.

Forgive me but I lean more towards Asigna's views that Philippines is not overpopulated. Our main problem is poverty and overcrowding in Manila (Manila only, not in other urban areas) not overpopulation.

I cannot remember a country that became prosperous through family planning. Instead, our government should concentrate on education and the creation of jobs to help poor families, to give them opportunities for employment and having enough income. I agree that our large population could be so much use if the government can educate and employ them contributing greatly to Philippine economic development.

It just does not seem so wise to become overtly zealous on enacting measures to decrease population growth looking at the sufferings of Japan, Singapore and the European Union countries treating immigration as a short-term but albeit a solution that will just not work to handle their problem of the lack of a working population.
Who knows if our native workforce can keep on growing whilst improving our economy, Philippines will become a superpower in the future?

I believe, through a nationalist intervention and through taking a hold of ASEAN as how germany controls the EU, the Philippines, with all its population and rich natural resources, can become greater that Japan, if not a superpower, a world great power.

Germany controls EU?

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