Poland RMB

WA Delegate: The Cannibalicracy of Vespertilia (elected )

Founder: The Kingdom of Cavask

BoardActivity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 554th Most Influential: 628th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 768th+5
Most Rebellious Youth: 1,122nd Largest Black Market: 1,671st Most Armed: 1,672nd Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,791st Highest Crime Rates: 1,797th
World Factbook Entry

"Za wolnosc nasza i wasza; (For freedom: ours and yours)"

Poland is a nation that overcame many hardships and struggles in order to exist as the great and wonderful nation it is today. Though the nation has had a history of painful times, its people still persevere, and are strong.

Embassy Policy: We accept only requests from regions that are: named after real-life countries or regions, not too small (at least five nations), and not offensive or anti-Polish (communist, nazi etc.). We do check it, so if you don't qualify, don't bother.

Zapraszamy wszystkich, polecamy też nasz zaprzyjaźniony region United Poland Union.

Ancient Allies: Catlandatopia (with the warmest of thanks), Zhaucauozian Friendship.

Embassies: France, Israel, India, Romania, Argentina, Central Eastern Europe, Catlandatopia, Kingdom of Norway, Suomi, Lower Canada, ITALIA, Peninsula Iberica, Paraguay, Empire of Japan, United Poland Union, Eireann, and 17 others.The Spanish Republic, Kingdom of Ireland, Brasil, The Kingdom of Wurttemberg, Free State of Wisconsin, Westphalia, Hong Kong, East Asian Alliance, Chinese Republic, Chicago, Portugal, Greece, Singapore, Repubblica Italiana, Philippines, Ireland, and Germany.

Tags: Map, Featured, Anti-Fascist, Offsite Forums, Medium, and Anti-Communist.

Regional Power: Moderate

Poland contains 23 nations, the 554th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Lowest Crime Rates in Poland

World Census agents attempted to lure citizens into committing various crimes in order to test the reluctance of citizens to break the law.

As a region, Poland is ranked 13,577th in the world for Lowest Crime Rates.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic Republic of PolandorusDemocratic Socialists“God, Honor, Country”
2.The Oppressed Peoples of SzabadlandPsychotic Dictatorship“I know the country and it's know MY LAW.”
3.The Constitutional Monarchy of Hunter dragonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Tam gdzie jest lewactwo tam nas nie ma”
4.The Dictatorship of Hafez al-AssadIron Fist Consumerists“dead dictator = good dictator”
5.The Kingdom of CavaskDemocratic Socialists“To defend, you must be brave”
6.The United Kingdom of WeghstateInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Haıle Vaderlan, Haıle Nazıe”
7.The Republic of Polish United Democrative RepublicsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Poland is in our hearts!That means Poland is everywhere”
8.The Republic of OlawaDemocratic Socialists“Żyj i zarabiaj”
9.The Kingdom of Ecclesia Militans et TriumphansRight-wing Utopia“Contra perfidiam Mahometi, et contra Saracenorum”
10.The Free City of Jankau-HelmutsbergNew York Times Democracy“Own liberty with acknowledgement for national interest”

Regional Happenings


Poland Regional Message Board

No, to teraz jak? Germany proponują założenie ambasady.

Hello friends. Please it is very important for us in Paraguay that you participate in our poll. Thank you!

The Cannibalicracy of Vespertilia wrote:No, to teraz jak? Germany proponują założenie ambasady.

Bez przesady, to z kolei, w przeciwieństwie do redditMalaysia, oczywisty przykład spełnienia naszych kryteriów, po co w ogóle pytać.

No te parę dni temu bym nie pytał.

The Republic of Polish United Democrative Republics wrote:Jakby ktoś nie rozumiał to powrót do podstaw oznacza kolonizacje Marsa. :D

Jej, to jest Duna z Kerbal Space Program?

Elo :P

The Oppressed Peoples of Szabadland wrote:Jej, to jest Duna z Kerbal Space Program?

Chyba tak, Boże, ile się czasu zmarnowałem na KSP, choć nigdy poza księżyc nie wyleciałem :/




VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis said he looks forward to his upcoming visit to Poland for World Youth Day from 27-31 July, and that his visit will be inspired by mercy during this Jubilee Year.
The "blessed memory of St. John Paul II, who instituted the World Youth Days and was the guide of the Polish people in its recent historic journey toward freedom," will also serve as an inspiration, the pope said in a July 19 video message to the people of Poland.

The pope will join hundreds of thousands of young people from around the world during his July 27-31 visit to celebrate World Youth Day.

The 2016 World Youth Day celebration will mark the 30th anniversary of when St. John Paul II, the former archbishop of Krakow, invited bishops all over the world to hold an annual event for youths in their dioceses. The first international gathering, now held every two or three years, was in 1987 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Pope Francis was born and ministered before becoming pope.

In his video message, the pope said he blessed young people traveling to Krakow and was "praying that it will be a pilgrimage of faith and fraternity."
"I am very anxious to meet you and to offer the world a new sign of harmony, a mosaic of different faces, from many races, languages, peoples and cultures, but all united in the name of Jesus, who is the face of mercy," the pope said.

Addressing the people of Poland, the pope said that despite the trials and difficulties throughout their history, the Polish nation "has persevered through the power of faith, upheld by the maternal hands of the Virgin Mary."

"I am certain that my pilgrimage to the shrine of Czestochowa will immerse me in this proven faith and do me so much good," he said.

Pope Francis said he looked forward to meeting the bishops, priests, men and women religious and the laity, particularly emphasizing the importance of marriage and the family in society.

"The moral and spiritual 'health' of a nation is seen in its families. That is why St. John Paul II showed such great concern for engaged couples, young married couples and families. Continue along this road," the pope said.

In a news conference July 20, Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, Vatican spokesman, said that among the highlights of the pope's visit will be his stop at the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau.
More than 1 million people, including St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross and St. Maximilian Kolbe, died in those two camps alone, he said.

The pope will also meet with 10 Holocaust survivors and will visit St. Maximilian Kolbe's cell. Father Lombardi noted that the pope's visit will coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Polish saint's death sentence.

Father Pawel Rytel-Andrianik, spokesman for the Polish Bishops' Conference, told journalists that more than 335,000 young people have registered to attend the World Youth Day. He also told journalists that an estimated 1.8 million people are expected to attend the World Youth Day's final Mass July 31 at "Campus Misericordiae" ("Field of Mercy").


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