South America RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of Calimera II (elected 103 days ago)

Founder: The Region of South-America

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    FactbookMiscellaneous by South-America 116 days ago. 139 reads.

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South America contains 39 nations, the 308th most in the world.

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The Most Primitive in South America

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed solely to the unknowable will of the gods.

As a region, South America is ranked 9,246th in the world for Most Primitive.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of New DavisFather Knows Best State“We live a new”
2.The Free Land of Darkest PeruInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Please Look After These Bears”
3.The Corporative State of QuintanillaIron Fist Consumerists“Todo para la patria”
4.The Republic of CaucaRight-wing Utopia“Por el Derecho a la Diferencia”
5.The State of Mato GrossoRight-wing Utopia“Virtute Plusquam Auro”
6.The Republic of Calimera IIWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“En Unión y Libertad”
7.The Dominion of ZenochInoffensive Centrist Democracy“From dirt to dominance”
8.The Queendom of SepticornTyranny by Majority“Cerial!”
9.The Republic of TecanIron Fist Consumerists“Libertad, Paz, Justicia”
10.The State of Minas GeraisMoralistic Democracy“Libertas Quae Sera Tamen”
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I really couldn't care less. Political discussions can be done somewhere else. Feel free to discuss it on NSG or on the regional forums.

If you couldn't care less, you wouldn't have responded in the first place ;)

I'm just giving you suggestions on constructive places for debate, the RMB not being one of them.

Barrera

Indeed, that's why you entered the conversation by calling my source more worthless than toilet paper, rather than telling everyone to break it up. Please follow your own advice before lecturing others. Thank you and good night, Costa.

The Corporative State of Quintanilla wrote:Please follow your own advice before lecturing others.


I am. I'm no longer making this an argument about politics.

Seeing as I started this argument, I'd like to indicate that there is propaganda on both sides. Russia Today is propaganda. CNN is propaganda. Pravda is propaganda. Everything is propaganda, that's why you must diversifyyouor sources. Combining Pravda with CNN and you'll have a good opinion. Russia is no angel but I agree 100% with Quintanilla, the Ukraine crisis is completely the West's fault.

Now let us make peace and agree to disagree. I'm not going to change your opinion and nor will you change mine. :)

The Republic of Costa Fierro wrote:I'm just giving you suggestions on constructive places for debate, the RMB not being one of them.

Fully agree with Costa here. NSG exists for a reason. Open a thread there and I'm sure Costa and others would willingly debate with you.

I won't post my views here.

There's already a Ukraine megathread on NSG.

True.

Not extending the debate but I've always wondered, seeing as you created the example by suggesting we go to a forum, why are some regions against debate on the RMB? What is the RMB for then? Not arguing or attacking, I'm curious because I've seen some regions where most discussion is on the the forum and I can't see why.

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