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ISIS, despite the name, is not a state. They are a terrorist group who currently has power over territory in the Middle East, but like the Confederacy, if ISIS were to keep their territory indefinitely, they would be unsustainable.

The Chronosynclastic Infundibulm of Sadakoyama wrote:*Could* it? Depressingly, given the quality of humans infesting this planet, yes. In international terms: ISIS

Historically, in America... no. The Confederacy never had a chance, even if they miraculously won the war their economic and social structures were already dying, as they were completely unsustainable. The war itself was simply an emotional attempt to keep the zombie corpse shuffling and to keep the existing power structure intact.

I find it funny what a good number of people in the south call the Civil War. "The War of Northern Aggression". I then proceed to laugh at them.

The Community of The Polygon States wrote:ISIS, despite the name, is not a state. They are a terrorist group who currently has power over territory in the Middle East, but like the Confederacy, if ISIS were to keep their territory indefinitely, they would be unsustainable.

We already know it's not a state, anyone who pay attention to the news knows.

No, they could be pretty sustainable, large oil reserves and fear mongering. Only problem is that they'd need people to actually buy their oil.... oh wait.

The Democratic Imperial Union of New haven america wrote:I find it funny what a good number of people in the south call the Civil War. "The War of Northern Aggression". I then proceed to laugh at them.

We already know it's not a state, anyone who pay attention to the news knows.

No, they could be pretty sustainable, large oil reserves and fear mongering. Only problem is that they'd need people to actually buy their oil.... oh wait.

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The Community of The Polygon States wrote:ISIS, despite the name, is not a state. They are a terrorist group who currently has power over territory in the Middle East, but like the Confederacy, if ISIS were to keep their territory indefinitely, they would be unsustainable.

There are doing the things a state does. They are as much a state as the USA was in the late 1700s.

And if they get people (*cough cough*Russia) to buy the oil they control they they will be economically viable.

The NotoriousEoN of Empire of Narnia wrote:What one? Was it a noob war?


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The Democratic Imperial Union of New haven america wrote:We already know it's not a state, anyone who pay attention to the news knows.

No, they could be pretty sustainable, large oil reserves and fear mongering. Only problem is that they'd need people to actually buy their oil.... oh wait.

We continue aggression and sanctions again ISIS, the few countries that would be willing to damage their reputation by buying oil from ISIS are going to be more and more dissuaded as the days go on.

The Chronosynclastic Infundibulm of Sadakoyama wrote:There are doing the things a state does. They are as much a state as the USA was in the late 1700s.

And if they get people (*cough cough*Russia) to buy the oil they control they they will be economically viable.

The United States was not seen as a viable country at the time, and had it not been for our massive amounts of natural resources, we would have crumbled. Keep in mind that comparatively, the United States had more natural resources than what ISIS controls and we were more reputable in trades, and even then we struggled, with constant rebellions and near bankruptcy. We got lucky on many accounts, is what I'm saying.

Russia imports VERY little oil.

In addition, Russia is in at least the top three of oil EXPORTS (I haven't checked in a while and too lazy now, so call me out if this is wrong) and would actually stand to gain by increasing sanctions against the OPEC.

^^ In addition, with Russia's weakening standing to the rest of the world, they would not risk dealing with terrorists, even in secret.

Can anyone resize my flag to be about twice as big, and in addition make the emblem white and the background black?

The flag gets resized automatically.

The Nomadic Peoples of The Fallen House of Shadow wrote:Can anyone resize my flag to be about twice as big, and in addition make the emblem white and the background black?

Go onto paint, paste your image there.
Change the background colour to orange (don't question it)
Change the emblem to white.
Change the background colour to black.
Reupload.
You change the colour by clicking the bucket on the colour you want swapped.

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