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WA Delegate: The Republic of Ariusgrad (elected 179 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 Republic of Wendel
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The Republic of Maharlika Islands
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The Banal at Armadong Soberanya of Vatican XIII
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The Holy Christian Nation of The Third Nova Terra of Scrin

Aim for August 2014: 82 member nations (+20%)
Topic: Cha-Cha, Power Shortage 2015

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Tags: Independent, Large, and Regional Government.

Regional Power: High

Philippines contains 75 nations, the 150th most in the world.

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#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Banal at Armadong Soberanya of Vatican XIIIWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“I Tego Arcana Dei”
2.The Republic of Maharlika IslandsWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Excel and Excellence in Everything ”
3.The Republic of WendelWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Faith. Hope. Love.”
4.The Soviet Socialist Republic of FilippinskiyeLeft-wing Utopia“Workers of the world, unite!”
5.The Kingdom of HabagatCorrupt Dictatorship“Umulan Ka! (Let it Rain!)”
6.The Holy Christian Nation of The Third Nova Terra of ScrinIron Fist Consumerists“Strengthened by the grace of God and the people's will”
7.The Republic of AriusgradWA MemberFather Knows Best State“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”
8.The Federation of Nationalist Eminral RepublicInoffensive Centrist Democracy“One People. One Federation. One Flag”
9.The Unified Realms of AseiwythCorporate Bordello“Deus, Patriae, Monarchia”
10.The Republic of the Philippines of AsignaWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Mabuhay ang punong, ang bayan, ang partido”
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Down with US-Aquino regime! Advance the national-democratic revolution!

The Republic of The Great Philippines wrote:Down with US-Aquino regime! Advance the national-democratic revolution!

Only nationalism can bind us together. We must stand by our country at all times as much as possible by expressing deep love for this nation through all our actions.
For this nation, we must strive hard, We must not slack! We must never tire! We must always be determined to move forward...Only then shall we see a future that we all deserve.

Hello guys.. I'm a newly registered member but not really new in nationstates.. The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk, you remember me? :D

The Federal Republic of Sky Cyclone wrote:Hello guys.. I'm a newly registered member but not really new in nationstates.. The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk, you remember me? :D

I do. Haven't seen you in a while.

The Republic of the Philippines of Asigna wrote:I do. Haven't seen you in a while.

LOL. hahaha. I'm glad you remember me. Its been a long time. I've been here on 2010 and now I'm coming back. Looking on changes on the game as well as on the region. :)

The Federation of Nationalist Eminral Republic wrote:If Europe's rejecting them, I doubt Canada and US would too. I'm just saying that it's what I think a morally right thing to do. I mean Filipinos have a home to go back to and they can build upon their careers. But the Christians in Iraq are literally under attack and they need urgent help. Now I'm not saying we should take on the responsibility of taking care of them. This should be a global effort. I would like to see the Vatican step up too.

The right is rising in Europe. Have you not heard about how illegals are being treated on their journey for a new life? In Greece, they're literally rounding up immigrants, illegal or otherwise.

"And when Europe goes far-right, they go far-right of Belgium"
-John Oliver

I'm against illegal immigrants and I support any action to deport them. A nation should be under no obligation to provide for illegals who refuse to follow the proper legal immigration procedures stipulated by law. Illegal immigrants are a burden to citizens and tax payers. Rounding up illegal immigrants and deporting them is the right thing to do.

Refugees on the other hand, I have no problem. I am certain European countries will be willing to accept Christian Iraqi refugees. You have to remember there is a difference between an illegal immigrant and a refugee. An illegal immigrant enters a nation without applying for asylum. A refugee is seeking asylum from discriminatory violence from their homeland.

The Republic of The Great Philippines wrote:Down with US-Aquino regime! Advance the national-democratic revolution!

Suspected communist detected

The Federal Republic of Spanish East Indies wrote:I'm against illegal immigrants and I support any action to deport them. A nation should be under no obligation to provide for illegals who refuse to follow the proper legal immigration procedures stipulated by law. Illegal immigrants are a burden to citizens and tax payers. Rounding up illegal immigrants and deporting them is the right thing to do.

Refugees on the other hand, I have no problem. I am certain European countries will be willing to accept Christian Iraqi refugees. You have to remember there is a difference between an illegal immigrant and a refugee. An illegal immigrant enters a nation without applying for asylum. A refugee is seeking asylum from discriminatory violence from their homeland.

Well in Greece's case is it alright to round up all immigrants, legal or otherwise, to a freaking camp and treat them inhumanely? In US case, there are some illegals who have been brought by their parents. They've entered the educational system, went to college but can't graduate because they lack a path to legal citizenship. In that case, Dreamers should be given path to citizenship.

" I am certain European countries will be willing to accept Christian Iraqi refugees. You have to remember there is a difference between an illegal immigrant and a refugee."

Are you really sure? With the economic recession hitting middle-class families, far-right parties have easily convinced the public that their problem is not because of outsourcing jobs, disastrous spending priorities and stuff like that, that the illegals/refugees and the poor are the problem. In doing so, they've blurred the line for the definition of the illegal immigrant and refugee.

The Federation of Nationalist Eminral Republic wrote:Interesting question, I don't know but giving the power of the purse to the executive side is a terrible idea for me. The reason budgets needs to stay in the legislative side is they are passing a law. The budget is like every other law they are passing, except it funds all government services and sectors. Second, there needs to be debate on this because its a huge amount of money they have. The government needs to present their priorities, specify how much their going to spend on something, and the opposition may criticize it and offer an alternative, or improve it. If the executive would have the power for the budget, the President may just spend money on a whim, without any inputs from opposition and fellow representatives.

yes it's true but weren't they supposed be sharing the power? atleast?

The Federation of Nationalist Eminral Republic wrote:
Well in Greece's case is it alright to round up all immigrants, legal or otherwise, to a freaking camp and treat them inhumanely? In US case, there are some illegals who have been brought by their parents. They've entered the educational system, went to college but can't graduate because they lack a path to legal citizenship. In that case, Dreamers should be given path to citizenship.

Are you really sure? With the economic recession hitting middle-class families, far-right parties have easily convinced the public that their problem is not because of outsourcing jobs, disastrous spending priorities and stuff like that, that the illegals/refugees and the poor are the problem. In doing so, they've blurred the line for the definition of the illegal immigrant and refugee.

So many illegals are arriving by the boatload in Europe! Also, even the US has tightened it's border with Mexico due to these immigrants.

Go gilas Filipinas!

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