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Most Devout: 13,017thLargest Retail Industry: 14,511thMost Cheerful Citizens: 17,150th
The Federation of
New York Times Democracy
Mission Accomplished
Bob Jordan
Influence
Squire
Region
Civil Rights
Excellent
Economy
Strong
Political Freedom
Superb

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Winlans

Population2.717 billion

CapitalMuving
LeaderBob Jordan
FaithSecularism

Currencykrona
Animalfalcon

The Federation of Winlans is a massive, safe nation, ruled by Bob Jordan with a fair hand, and remarkable for its closed borders and compulsory military service. The hard-working, democratic, devout population of 2.717 billion Winlansians enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The relatively small, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Spirituality, Welfare, and Education. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Muving. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 10.3%.

The strong Winlansian economy, worth 170 trillion kronor a year, is fairly diversified and led by the Retail industry, with major contributions from Gambling, Woodchip Exports, and Furniture Restoration. Average income is 62,659 kronor, but there is a significant disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 201,212 per year while the poor average 14,790, a ratio of 13.6 to 1.

Political gridlock ensues as even the most innocuous legislation is vetoed by the Supreme Court for potential civil rights violations, criminals lock themselves in their mums' basements to avoid prison, you're only as old as you feel, and corporations claim the third ounce of any metal traded in a wicker-cone on the Sunday of a full moon as a charitable expense. Crime, especially youth-related, is well under control. Winlans's national animal is the falcon and its national religion is Secularism.

Winlans is ranked 103,551st in the world and 198th in Oneid for Most Extreme, scoring 19.09 on the Paul-Nader Subjective Decentrality Index.

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Most Devout: 13,017thLargest Retail Industry: 14,511thMost Cheerful Citizens: 17,150thLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 19,821stLargest Gambling Industry: 20,552nd
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Most Devout: 2nd in the regionLargest Retail Industry: 2nd in the regionTop
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Most Pacifist: 11th in the regionLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 14th in the regionTop
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Most Politically Free: 18th in the regionLargest Welfare Programs: 24th in the regionSafest: 24th in the regionLargest Cheese Export Sector: 26th in the regionBest Weather: 27th in the regionMost Cheerful Citizens: 28th in the regionLargest Gambling Industry: 31st in the regionLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 33rd in the regionGreatest Rich-Poor Divides: 34th in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, corporations claim the third ounce of any metal traded in a wicker-cone on the Sunday of a full moon as a charitable expense.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, you're only as old as you feel.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, criminals lock themselves in their mums' basements to avoid prison.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, political gridlock ensues as even the most innocuous legislation is vetoed by the Supreme Court for potential civil rights violations.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, male politicians lose their jobs for staring too long at their female counterparts.
  • : Winlans was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Most Politically Free.
  • : Winlans was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Largest Gambling Industry.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, doctors spend more time writing sick notes than caring for the sick.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, corporations cut costs by taking away safety-features on their products.
  • : Following new legislation in Winlans, fruit vendors are encouraging a life of crime in their advertising.

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