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The Philippines was Featured on April 13, 2011.

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The Republic of Wendel
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The Holy Christian Nation of The Third Nova Terra of Scrin

Aim for Sept 2014: 89 member nations (+20%)
Topic: PH Federalism, "Binay-gate"

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Regional Power: High

Philippines contains 76 nations, the 151st most in the world.

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1.The Republic of BalangayCapitalist Paradise“Pinatatag ng Hampas ng Alon (Fortified by Strong Waves)”
2.The Borderline Trade Market of MenontenNew York Times Democracy“You well have my support”
3.The Unified Realms of AseiwythCorporate Bordello“Deus, Patriae, Monarchia”
4.The Bayan of the Philippines of AsignaWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Mabuhay ang punong, ang bayan, ang partido”
5.The Republic of Fuga FederationNew York Times Democracy“Duc in Altum”
6.The Kingdom of SisonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“War Can Be Just!”
7.The United Kingdom of TagumInoffensive Centrist Democracy“To Live For Faith”
8.The Colony of PicosopolisAnarchy“The Empire is with us”
9.The Rogue Nation of ClartellandWA MemberIron Fist Consumerists“Gay rights and gay might and gays fight.”
10.The Commonwealth of United IlocandiaNew York Times Democracy“Makaturog Makamukat”
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The Bayan of the Philippines of Asigna wrote:On the other note, Mayon is glowing and beautiful.

The nearby towns don't exactly have the time to admire it though. Also, the articles keep saying that the lava comes from the earth's core. It doesn't. (sorry, geology student here)

The Republic of The Pearl of the Philippines wrote:Nabanga ng bubong ng bahay nila

Well d maganda yan. Wala bang building code sa Pinas?

The Armed Republic of The Philippine World Invasion Force wrote:The nearby towns don't exactly have the time to admire it though. Also, the articles keep saying that the lava comes from the earth's core. It doesn't. (sorry, geology student here)

Anyhow, I don't think its safe to see the view near Mayon. Better be safe.

Times are hard,oh well I've lost interest here im moving to LEAGUE OF DEMOCRACY

HELLO, Sorry but Aguinaldo

Were becoming inactive GUYS!

I support changing our system to federalism because of the country's archipelago. But, obviously, there will be a threat of support of independence from the Bangsamoro people just like what happened to UK and Scotland.

The Republic of The Pearl of the Philippines wrote:Were becoming inactive GUYS!

Turn to the forums, not the regions. The region can take care and grows by itself.

Wendel

I didn't really expect Scotland to have an independence vote like that, the decision to stay is expected though but I am surprised that 45% voted to be independent, it seems that British nationalism is not really firm-rooted in all of Britannia or, the Scots are just disillusioned with their government yearning to somehow break free. My grandma in Britain can discuss the inefficient policies of the British government.

And, there will always be threat from the Bangsamoro for independence, Muslims have tendency to break free if they are not the majority.

Look at India, Pakistan broke free from India because it is Muslim majority.

Also, there is an independence movement in Southern Thailand as Southern Thailand is Muslim unlike the Buddhist and secular majority in most of Thailand.

Russia, too is suffering from the "Rebellious Muslims Problem", the Muslim majority Crimean Tatars seek to have an independent state that's why the Russian government labelled the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. And, have we talked about the Chinese Uighurs? Whenever minority Muslims go, calls for independence are heard.

The Holy Christian Nation of The Third Nova Terra of Scrin wrote:Wendel

I didn't really expect Scotland to have an independence vote like that, the decision to stay is expected though but I am surprised that 45% voted to be independent, it seems that British nationalism is not really firm-rooted in all of Britannia or, the Scots are just disillusioned with their government yearning to somehow break free. My grandma in Britain can discuss the inefficient policies of the British government.

And, there will always be threat from the Bangsamoro for independence, Muslims have tendency to break free if they are not the majority.

Look at India, Pakistan broke free from India because it is Muslim majority.

Also, there is an independence movement in Southern Thailand as Southern Thailand is Muslim unlike the Buddhist and secular majority in most of Thailand.

Russia, too is suffering from the "Rebellious Muslims Problem", the Muslim majority Crimean Tatars seek to have an independent state that's why the Russian government labelled the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. And, have we talked about the Chinese Uighurs? Whenever minority Muslims go, calls for independence are heard.

Indeed. I agree.

The Holy Christian Nation of The Third Nova Terra of Scrin wrote:Wendel

I didn't really expect Scotland to have an independence vote like that, the decision to stay is expected though but I am surprised that 45% voted to be independent, it seems that British nationalism is not really firm-rooted in all of Britannia or, the Scots are just disillusioned with their government yearning to somehow break free. My grandma in Britain can discuss the inefficient policies of the British government. .

I'll add my two cents to this. English people have treated Scottish people with less respect than they deserve, for 300+ years. Scotland is left-wing compared to the rest of UK. Being under the Conservative Westminster Government doesn't sit well with the Scots, who believe in social programs like NHS, something that the right wing have been trying to cut. They even pointed out that PM Cameron is the symbol of everything that is wrong about UK.

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