United Socialist Republics RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Egalitarian Republic of Nuova Speranza (elected 196 days ago)

Founder: The Workers Socialist Republic of New Immortallia

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Welcome Comrade or Visitor,

The United Socialist Republics is an ancient union of Socialist Republics pledged to the sovereignty of its individual members, Collective Democratic rule and the worldwide advancement of Equality, Liberty, Workers Democracy and Internationalism.

The USR operates Socialist Democracy for its member nations, and strives to promote it internationally. All residents have equal right to call elections, propose Legislation, Polls, Policy and debate on our RMB below.

Co-author of the 2014 LinkRed Forum Treaty

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Immortallia, invoking The Founder Act, closes First Congress of the USR by USR Executive Order 3, suspends all Law pending review, dissolves the Executive Council of the USR and declares Collective rule.

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Regional Power: Moderate

United Socialist Republics contains 18 nations, the 614th most in the world.


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The Largest Trout Fishing Sector in United Socialist Republics

As a region, United Socialist Republics is ranked 17,016th in the world for Largest Trout Fishing Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federal Republic of New ArtsakhDemocratic Socialists“Free and Independent Artsakh”
2.The People's Republic of Soviet UsheLeft-wing Utopia“All power to the Soviets!”
3.The Democratic Republic of The German WeimarCorrupt Dictatorship“ Proletarier aller Länder, vereinigt Euch!”
4.The Republic of C SluggerScandinavian Liberal Paradise“The things that run the streets ain't made of concrete!”
5.The United Socialist States of Mattlandic ProvincesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Workers of the world, unite!”
6.The United Socialist States of HygelacInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Courageous Never Live in Dishonor”
7.The Democratic States of Vulgar DespotAuthoritarian Democracy“Vox populi”
8.The Democratic Republic of KospianiaWA MemberCorrupt Dictatorship“Kospianianer der Welt, Vereinigt Euch!”
9.The New Improved State of Atheist HeathensCivil Rights Lovefest“Death IS the end”
10.The People's Republic of SaapmiWA MemberCorrupt Dictatorship“Arbeidere i alle land, foren dere!”
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I like this guy.^

The Zapatistas at 20: Building Autonomous Community

There are many lessons we can learn from the Zapatista's movement in Chiapas.

'So this is a system always undergoing development through a process of reflection. Autonomous governance is not a model to be simply followed. It’s something that’s worked out through day-to-day practice. The women reflected back on all the years, assessed what has changed and then were very critical about what hasn’t happened. And you see that they engage in this process keeping that utopian horizon in place. It is assumed that “we’re not giving up, we can get there.”

It’s hard, make no mistake. Being a Zapatista, you may be poorer than other people in monetary terms, because you’re not accessing income from government programs. At the same time, there’s a sense of worth. There’s a sense of struggle, of having built something with other people that has been very empowering.'

Comrades, are we going to fall into a pit of inactivity? We must try our best to get the forum out!

We'll need a topic. Some ideas for things to discuss are potential uses for embassies, a network for security of other socialist regions, and perhaps regional or inter-regional activities.

Yes, we do need that.

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Nuova Speranza, it drives me mad when the resistance in Donetsk and Lugansk are called "Russian backed Separatists", they favoured federalisation until the whole... ethnic cleansing thing started.
And Russian backed.... culturally, ethnically and linguistically they are Russian!

Comrade Panzara, for the last two months (and less so in my recent two week holiday) I have been relentlessly pushing for the formation of an inter-regional socialist defence pact, which has been rather fully discussed on the Red Forum. Now again, as I have asked you all literally countless times, would you all PLEASE join the Red Forum via the link in the WA Factbook Entry, where you can participate in the discussion (which has grown rather stale of late and needs reinvigoration) about the project that myself and Comrade Stratovar have been hatching with our comrade regions. I personally do not understand the need to create a new forum when in fact we already have on, and one shared by a number of our key ally regions which only makes it more valuable and useful.

Comrade Saapmi, I respect that any people possesses the right to self-determination, and that this right can only truly and legitimately be exercised in a free and fair referendum where all options are open to voters. I do not, however, accept the results of a 'referendum' where armed rebels stand by every ballot box, where the results are verified by only one party - that which benefits most from one result, see: hopeless bias - and which would create a pair of Russian puppet states who have so far threatened to deport their Jewish populations if they fail to 'register themselves and their families' with the new government (source: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/timstanley/100268138/ukraine-russian-separatists-are-asking-jews-to-register-or-be-deported/), have broken a number of internationally brokered ceasefires and, in my opinion and based on sound reason and evidence stated earlier, carelessly shot down a packed passenger jet killing over 200 innocent people. The Ukrainian separatists are a disorganised regionalist rabble with no legitimacy, in league with a ludicrously corrupt, villainous and egotistical Kremlin administration and I sincerely hope that order will soon be restored to Ukraine so as to convince Russia that they are no longer the Cold War power they once were.

There are reasons why I didn't sign up to the red forum until you posted that.

1. I don't know if it pertains to Nationstates exclusively. If that is explained somewhere, it needs to be made clearer.
2. I find it to be an excessive administrative tool--particularly when forming a defensive alliance--when we have a forum on this website.
3. On top of the previously stated reason, the lack of activity means it's just something else for me to sign up to, which I typically do not like doing unless I have personal reasons for doing so.
4. Embassies can allow us to use regional message boards, granting us yet another form of additional communication without having to make an entire forum that will go--and already is going--largely unused.

I'm no apologist for the Kremlin comrade, but I'd take Putin over the Neo-Banderites any day.
As for legitimacy, does anyone in the Ukraine have any? 2 of the 4 biggest parties are being suppressed (Party of Regions and the Commies), 14% of the Ukrainian population (Those who backed closer ties with Russia) were unable to vote because of the war, the entire situation is regionalist and sectarian, it's Linguistically, Ethnically and Religiously motivated.
If you look at the elections preceding there was a clear division along half of Ukraine as far as the two main parties went, it feels to me a little like Yanukovich's former supporters were being punished with the Ukrainian government's attempts to remove the official status of the Russian language that started the whole situation off.
Was the Jew registration matter not pretty much unanimously considered a hoax after a week or two?
As for the jet, it sounds callous but if it was indeed Novorossiya that did shoot it down, it was quite frankly stupid and avoidable, though we must remember they'd shot down two Ukrainian bombers who had attacked checkpoints in the days preceding, seems they were if anything on edge and a little trigger happy, but if it could be proved that A: It was them who shot it down and B: They knew it wasn't a military target, I'd agree it was cold blooded murder.
I admit my own bias is not that of a communist, it's of someone brought up as a member of a minority language group so I suppose I can't help myself empathising.

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