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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad (elected )

Founder: The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk

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Most Nations: 239th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,132nd Nudest: 1,506th
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Pinagpala ang bayan na ang Diyos ay ang Panginoon.
Mabuhay! All nations of the world, bearing any ethnicity, language, ideology, or religion, are welcome to join.
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.
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Our Delegate has been serving the region since January 31, 2012.

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Embassies: The Socialist States of the Philippines, Latinoamerica, World Conference, Australia, Asia United, India, The Coalition of Independent Nations, Mediterranean, Arctic, ASEAN REGION, The Free Pacific, Scandinavia, Beacon, Union Mundial, The Collective Regional Association, redditmalaysia, and 10 others.Singapore, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, The Imperial Crimson Republic, Japan, Poland, Hong Kong, The Union of the Royal Alliance, Taiwan, Nationalist Commonwealth of Free Regions, and United Federation of Kingdom Nations.

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Philippines contains 54 nations, the 239th most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Social Alliance Defense of MenontenDemocratic Socialists“You will have my support”
2.The Soviet Socialist Republic of FilippinskiyeLeft-wing Utopia“Workers of the world, unite!”
3.The Holy Republic of AriusgradDemocratic Socialists“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”
4.The United Realms of AseiwythInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Victoria Divina”
5.The Progressive Majestice of PonanCivil Rights Lovefest“In Unity We Endure!”
6.The Dream of Jose Maria SisonDemocratic Socialists“The Guerilla is like a Poet”
7.The Bayan of the Philippines of AsignaCompulsory Consumerist State“For all and above all”
8.The Republic of LanaogradDemocratic Socialists“God is great!”
9.The United Federal Republic of Las Islas FilifinasNew York Times Democracy“A Glorious Revolution”
10.The Constitutional Monarchy of VolbarishAuthoritarian Democracy“All hail Thardeos, the All-Father of Volbarish!!!”
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The Bayan of the Philippines of Asigna wrote:Oohh. Are we rping?! :)

I really hope we can come up with some activity such as that. However, we would need more cooperation from the other members.

VESILEN Island and Aincarad

In other news, talks have finally resumed between. The GRP and the NDFP.

Taas kamao!

VESILEN Island

The Dream of Jose Maria Sison wrote:In other news, talks have finally resumed between. The GRP and the NDFP.
Taas kamao!


I wish that the NDFP can have a peace and organize a political party before I become voting age!

Jose Maria Sison

The Dream of Jose Maria Sison wrote:In other news, talks have finally resumed between. The GRP and the NDFP.
Taas kamao!


Finally. Peace in our time.

Jose Maria Sison

The Noble Rizalian Republic of VESILEN Island wrote:I wish that the NDFP can have a peace and organize a political party before I become voting age!


Political pressure is necessary to show GRP how rotten its system is, while bannering the 10 point agenda of the NDFP, if we expect to see meaningful and lastinh changes.

The Left, through various incarnations in the past has tried to enter the legal political landscape, only to be thwarted by the ruling class threatened by its advocacies. Partido ng Bayan in the 80's and the current string of Makabayan Bloc representatives try to raise the struggle via legal channels only to be met by harrasment, forced disappearances, scare tactics, outright murder and EJK over and over, especially during the Arroyo regime.

Armed struggle is necessary as a last resort option and a trump card if all else fails. But this can be nullified and rendered moot if the necessary reforms and conditions are met (national industrialization, genuine agrarian reform, independence from foreign 'aid' with strings attached, etc.)

There is a mutual respect and understanding between the two opposing sides, the GRP and the NDFP, on the present round of peace talks on its necessity, not as a venue for capitulation and surrender, but as an avenue for change.

Magandang gabi, Pilipinas!

Asigna

The Dream of Jose Maria Sison wrote:Political pressure is necessary to show GRP how rotten its system is, while bannering the 10 point agenda of the NDFP, if we expect to see meaningful and lastinh changes.
The Left, through various incarnations in the past has tried to enter the legal political landscape, only to be thwarted by the ruling class threatened by its advocacies. Partido ng Bayan in the 80's and the current string of Makabayan Bloc representatives try to raise the struggle via legal channels only to be met by harrasment, forced disappearances, scare tactics, outright murder and EJK over and over, especially during the Arroyo regime.
Armed struggle is necessary as a last resort option and a trump card if all else fails. But this can be nullified and rendered moot if the necessary reforms and conditions are met (national industrialization, genuine agrarian reform, independence from foreign 'aid' with strings attached, etc.)
There is a mutual respect and understanding between the two opposing sides, the GRP and the NDFP, on the present round of peace talks on its necessity, not as a venue for capitulation and surrender, but as an avenue for change.


Ahhh, political agenda.

In my opinion. The Liberal party could ally itself with other parties to form a unified rightwing conservative party while Akbayan, PDP Laban led by Duterte and the NDF champion the social democratic liberal agenda in the country. That way our country can have a functional political system based on platforms.

The Bayan of the Philippines of Asigna wrote:Ahhh, political agenda.
In my opinion. The Liberal party could ally itself with other parties to form a unified rightwing conservative party while Akbayan, PDP Laban led by Duterte and the NDF champion the social democratic liberal agenda in the country. That way our country can have a functional political system based on platforms.


If only the political landscape can be polarized that easily and institutionalize that polarization, it would be far easier.

However, polarizations like these only happen when societies are under great stress (Japanese vs. American, Marcos vs. Aquino, etc.) and are usually taken advantaged by the rivaling traditional powers to perpetuate itself and discredit the opposite, leaving behind disinformation, and ultimately disenchantment by the people.

The ruling elite and mainstream political parties might be united by common interests and common protection, left or right, but their own rivaling self interests will always be a factor for a splinter soon after. Besides, turncoats to incumbent political parties are rampant and unchecked.

Soc dem Akbayan and the 'yellow left' are pro-Aquino and have never been in good terms with the national democrats, the Makabayan bloc.

Whether it be multiparty, or a two party system, the important factor is what alternatives are raised in lieu of the rotten system, and if these alternatives are viable and acceptable to the people.

Home, sweet home.

Quick question

Before Ferdie became a dictator, what was the main difference between Liberal and Nacionalista?

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