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WA Delegate: The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad (elected )

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Maligayang pagdating! Welcome to the Philippines!

Founded in 2003, re-founded on January 17, 2011. The region was featured on April 10, 2011 and March 1, 2015.
Urgent! All WA members, please endorse our beloved President and Delegate, The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad

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Our beloved President and Delegate has been serving the region since January 31, 2012.

Kaisahan. Katatagan. Kaunlaran.


Embassies: The Socialist States of the Philippines, Osiris, The North American Union, Latinoamerica, World Conference, Australia, Asia United, India, The Coalition of Independent Nations, Japan, Mediterranean, Arctic, Eastern Roman Empire, ASEAN REGION, Coalition of Sovereign Nations, The Free Pacific, and 7 others.Scandinavia, Caraga Region, Beacon, The Illuminati, Union Mundial, The Collective Regional Association, and redditmalaysia.

The embassy with Japan is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

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Regional Power: Moderate

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Social Alliance Defense of MenontenLiberal Democratic Socialists“You will have my support”
2.The United Realms of AseiwythInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Victoria Divina”
3.The Soviet Socialist Republic of FilippinskiyeLeft-wing Utopia“Workers of the world, unite!”
4.The Holy Republic of AriusgradInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”
5.The Progressive Majestice of PonanCivil Rights Lovefest“In Unity We Endure!”
6.The Kingdom of KleshvaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Fraeunje Tuuvaze Uvejer”
7.The Allied Nations of Republic of BukidnonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Bukidnon Kanak Ha Banuwa”
8.The Banal at Armadong Soberanya of Vatican XIIIFather Knows Best State“I Tego Arcana Dei”
9.The Republic of Fuga FederationInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Duc in Altum”
10.The Dream of Jose Maria SisonDemocratic Socialists“The Guerilla is like a Poet”
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Regional Poll • Who is your top senatorial candidate?

The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad wrote:Our poll cannot include more than 12 names and can only be a single-choice poll. I sincerely apologize for the limitations of the system. These are the top 12 senatorial candidates as of the latest surveys. Please pick who you most prefer. Since elections are near, the time for answering this poll is cut short.

Voting opened 3 days 11 hours ago and will close . Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

Last poll: “Who will you vote for president in the May 2016 national elections?”

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The Dream of Jose Maria Sison wrote:Democracy can only affirm, not destroy, itself. The problem that we face is precisely because of the lack of and/or limited democracy. People are free to whine in social media, but if you take action on your legitimate grievance to express your sentiment via civil disobedience and other forms of protest, you get shot at (Kidapawan), you get ridiculed (Mary Jane Veloso), you even get blamed for it (elderly laglag bala victims).
A democracy is an expression of the will and interest of the people; elections are just one form that it can take. The Left challenges the government because it has become a tool for the political and economic elite to perpetuate itself in power, and to sway public opinion, no matter how distasteful, to its favor. Diversity is at the root of the Left's power as it identifies the common causes among the broad sectors of society, stringing together different interests into a unified common theory of struggle.

Democratic expression and violent protests are two separate things. I would highly encourage you to look beyond your side of the story and see weigh things carefully. In the sense that the Left "uses democracy to destroy democracy" is by utilizing mass demonstrations to end up being violently dispersed. According to some, it was the protesters who always start to be violent. Do remember that there were cops who got shamed, shot and even captured by the Left because of that very 'democracy' you're talking about.

The very art of so-called "diversity" or should I say, mass mobilization, is quite clever that it has already entrenched in the government as a Commission. Again, right identification of problems, wrong solutions being offered and being in process at this moment. If the Left sees education as tool to spread their influence, then it is also education itself that can dismantle it. Just saying.

If one wants true democracy, look at Athens. But no! We used "democracy" in a sense that these "people" are select, like an oligarchy, or mobocracy. If one is for equality, then why is there a hierarchy existing within the ranks of the Left?

Oh, don't worry. Philippine society will soon enter its dark age. That theory (of yours, the Maoist-Sisonite one) will soon actuate, but we'll see if the whole of the Philippines will accept it (regionalism).

Aseiwyth

One more thing: Why is the mayor of Davao City receiving POWs (captured cops) from the hands of the NPA in North Cotabato?

Think about it.

Our regional configuration concerning the May 2016 national elections:
President: Defensor Santiago (36%), Duterte (36%), Roxas (18%), Undecided (9%)
Vice President: Robredo (40%), Cayetano (30%), Marcos (30%)

An average of 10.5 members voted in our official presidential and vice presidential polls. Thank you for your participation. I may have a senatorial poll of only the top 20 senatoriables according to the latest Pulse Asia and SWS surveys, because it will take time to type in all senatorial candidates. Hopefully, this shall be enough, but I fear that our polls only allow a single-choice selection, so I shall see what can be done. For registered voters out there, do not forget to vote on May 9, 2016. There is an ongoing local absentee voting for those who cannot vote on that day.

Lanaograd, The Philippine State, and Kalayaan and Sabah Confederacy

It's going hard for those in the BPO industry to vote especially those in the morning shifts since we will not a day off during the elections...

Hey, NPAs voting for Duterte

The Neo-Philippine Republic of VESILEN Island wrote:Hey, NPAs voting for Duterte

Of course. He and Joma are good pals, y'know. This is why I doubt him [Duterte] as a mediator since most of the time, he lambasts the government while cuddles with Commies at the same time.

Until now, [fanatical, mobocratic, absurd] supporters still cannot answer about Duterte's connections with the CPP-NPA.

Mga Traydor!!!!! GYERAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

The Free Federal Republic of The Philippine State wrote:Of course. He and Joma are good pals, y'know. This is why I doubt him [Duterte] as a mediator since most of the time, he lambasts the government while cuddles with Commies at the same time.
Until now, [fanatical, mobocratic, absurd] supporters still cannot answer about Duterte's connections with the CPP-NPA.

In my opinion, however, it seems that Duterte does not know his NPA friends that much. And as for Sison, being abroad, I wonder how much control and influence he still has of the CPP-NPA. The NPA spokesperson, Ka Ariel, said that they do not collect revolutionary taxes. The Communist name is used by unscrupulous armed groups to extort money. Meanwhile, Duterte says we should pay them. Which is which?

As for the NPA, do they really vote? Are they even registered? Besides, NPA soldiers alone may not be a substantial bloc of voters, only numbering around 2,000 to 3,000. The sympathizers might be the voting bloc to watch out, but it still depends if they really vote as a bloc like Iglesia ni Cristo (with a command of around 80% out of its 1.7 million voters).

The people of Bukidnon is supporting Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Congresswomen Leni Robredo.

Kalayaan and Sabah Confederacy

The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad wrote:In my opinion, however, it seems that Duterte does not know his NPA friends that much. And as for Sison, being abroad, I wonder how much control and influence he still has of the CPP-NPA. The NPA spokesperson, Ka Ariel, said that they do not collect revolutionary taxes. The Communist name is used by unscrupulous armed groups to extort money. Meanwhile, Duterte says we should pay them. Which is which?
As for the NPA, do they really vote? Are they even registered? Besides, NPA soldiers alone may not be a substantial bloc of voters, only numbering around 2,000 to 3,000. The sympathizers might be the voting bloc to watch out, but it still depends if they really vote as a bloc like Iglesia ni Cristo (with a command of around 80% out of its 1.7 million voters).

Based on your opinion, it seems that the CPP-NPA itself is becoming inconsistent in their "influence".

NPA rebels are still registered voters, but the whole of Bagong Alyansang Makabayan, the whole of Philippine Left, which Duterte admits being a member of, hold substantial number of voters, not to mention sectoral groups led by leftists tied with NDF or BAYAN even. I doubt the NPA will even vote though, since they are an armed wing, unless NDF commands them to. But hey, let's not forget that Duterte had a chat with Sison announcing to him that Philippines will have Duterte as "first leftist president".

Goodbye ole' freedoms, hello communism? Good luck and see you in the gulags. Lol

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