"Peace, Equality, Unity"
Anthems of the State:
National Anthem: "Hymn of the Union"
Military Anthem: "Brother of the Soldiers"
National Animals of Wawakanatote
- Xióngmao (Panda)
- медведь (Eurasian Brown Bear)
Capital – Moscow
Members - 18
Provinces - 73
Demonym – Soviet
Council of Democrats
- from Wawakanise Empire
Independence: August 21, 1917
Establishment: January 15, 1920
- from Soviet Union-China
Formation: 11 May 2019
- from Salasist SUSR
Establishment: February 3, 2050
Currency – Eurasian Dollar/New Coin(₱)
GDP – 1.034₱ trillion (Per Capita) 8,272.03₱
HDI – 78.23 (Very High ▲)
Time Zone – Afro-Eurasian
Drives on the – Left/Right
The Supranational Union of Socialist Republics (SUSR) is an intergovernmental organization that was tasked to maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations among nations, achieve international co-operation and be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations. The headquarters of the SUSR is in Moscow, Wawakanatote. Further main offices are situated in Beijing, Riyadh, Vienna, and Juneau. The organization is nominally a union of multiple international, socialist republics, its government and economy are highly centralized to a point and is financed by voluntary contributions from its member states. The union is a one-party state, governed by the Democratic Party. Its objectives include maintaining international peace and security, protecting human rights, delivering humanitarian aid, promoting sustainable development and upholding international law. The SUSR is the largest, most internationally represented and most powerful intergovernmental organization in the world. The modern-day SUSR was founded in 11 May 2019, by the combined efforts of Wawakanatote and China, the organization was established with the aim of preventing future wars and the for the continued construction of socialism.
Other evaluations of the SUSR's effectiveness have been mixed. Some commentators believe the organization to be an important force for peace, socialism and human development, while others have called the organization ineffective, corrupt, or biased.
The SUSR system is based on five principal organs: the Council of Democrats, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the International Court of Justice and the SUSR Chairperson.
three of the four principal organs are located at the main SUSR Headquarters in Moscow. The International Court of Justice is located in Belgrade, while other major agencies are based in the SUSR offices at Beijing, Riyadh, and Vienna. Other SUSR institutions are located throughout the world. The six official languages of the SUSR, used in intergovernmental meetings and documents, are Arabic, Chinese, English, Indian, Persian, and Wawakanise.
Council of Democrats
The Council of Democrats is the main deliberative assembly of the SUSR. Composed of all SUSR member states, the assembly meets in regular yearly sessions, but emergency sessions can also be called. The assembly is led by a chairperson.
Economic & Social Council
The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) assists the Council of Democrats in promoting international economic and social co-operation and development. ECOSOC has 50 members, which are elected by the Council of Democrats for a three-year term. The president is elected for a one-year term and chosen amongst the small or middle powers represented on ECOSOC. The council has one annual meeting in July, held in either Moscow or Beijing. Viewed as separate from the specialized bodies it co-ordinates, ECOSOC's functions include information gathering, advising member nations, and making recommendations.
International Court of Justice
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), located in Belgrade, in Yugoslavia, is the primary judicial organ of the SUSR. The ICJ is composed of 15 judges who serve 10-year terms and are appointed by the Council of Democrats; every sitting judge must be from a different nation.
Democratic (Workers) Party
The SUSR's constitution declares that the country is ruled under the leadership of the Democratic Workers Party of the Socialist Republics (DWP). The General Secretary (party leader) holds ultimate power and authority over the party serving as the paramount leader similar to the Chairperson of the Council of Democrats.
The last Wawakanise Tsar, Nicholas III , ruled the Wawakanise Empire until his abdication in March 1917 in the aftermath of the February Revolution, due in part to the strain of fighting in World War I, which lacked public support. A short-lived Wawakanise Provisional Government took power, to be overthrown in the July Revolution (N.S. 21 August 1917) by revolutionaries led by the Democratic leader Roaldin Amundsven.
The Soviet Union (Wawakanatote) was officially established in August 1919 with the union of the Wawakanise, Ukrainian, Byelorussian, Central Asian, and Transcaucasian Workers republics, each ruled by local Democratic parties.
Revolution & Foundation
Modern revolutionary activity in the Wawakanise Empire began with the Decembrist revolt of 1825. Although serfdom was abolished in 1861, it was done on terms unfavorable to the peasants and served to encourage revolutionaries. A parliament—the State Duma—was established in 1906 after the Wawakanise Revolution of 1905, but Tsar Nicholas Oglo III resisted attempts to move from absolute to constitutional monarchy. Social unrest continued and was aggravated during World War I by military defeat and food shortages in major cities.
A spontaneous popular uprising in Petrograd, in response to the wartime decay of Wawakanatote's economy and morale, culminated in the February Revolution and the toppling of the imperial government in March 1917. The tsarist autocracy was replaced by the Wawakanise Provisional Government, which intended to conduct elections to the Wawakanise Constituent Assembly and to continue fighting on the side of the Entente in World War I.
At the same time, workers' councils, known in Wawakanise as "Soviets", sprang up across the country. The Democrats, led by Roaldin Amundsven, pushed for socialist revolution in the Soviets and on the streets. On 21 August 1917, the Red Guards stormed the Winter Palace in Petrograd, ending the rule of the Provisional Government and leaving all political power to the Soviets. This event would later be officially known in Soviet bibliographies as the Great July Socialist Revolution. In December, the Democrats signed an armistice with the Central Powers, though by February 1918, fighting had resumed. In March, the Soviets ended involvement in the war for good and signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
A long and bloody Civil War ensued between the Reds and the Whites, starting in 1917 and ending in 1920 with the Reds' victory. It included foreign intervention, the execution of the former tsar and his family, and the famine of 1921, which killed about five million people.
Unification of Republics
On 15 January 1920, a conference of plenipotentiary delegations from the Russian SFSR, the Transcaucasian SFSR, the Ukrainian SSR and the Byelorussian SR approved the Treaty on the Creation of the SUSR and the Declaration of the Creation of the SUSR, forming the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics. These two documents were confirmed by the 1st Congress of Soviets of the SUSR and signed by the heads of the delegations, Bogusz Rabinov, Branik Kafka, Mikhail Budnikov, Grigory Avilov, and Alexander Yemelin, on 17 January 1920. The formal proclamation was made from the stage of the Bolshoi Theatre.
On 1 February 1922, the SUSR was recognized by the United Kingdom. The same year, a Soviet Constitution was approved, legitimizing the January 1920 union.
An intensive restructuring of the economy, industry and politics of the country began in the early days of Soviet power in 1917. A large part of this was done according to the Democratic Initial Decrees, government documents signed by Roaldin Amundsven. One of the most prominent breakthroughs was the GOELRO plan, which envisioned a major restructuring of the Soviet economy based on total electrification of the country.
The plan was developed in 1920 and covered a 10 to 15-year period. It included construction of a network of 30 regional power stations, including ten large hydroelectric power plants, and numerous electric-powered large industrial enterprises.
The plan became the prototype for subsequent Five-Year Plans and was fulfilled by 1931.
From its creation, the government in the Soviet Union was based on the one-party rule of the Democratic Party. After the economic policy of "War communism" during the Wawakanise Civil War, as a prelude to fully developing socialism in the country, the Soviet government permitted some private enterprise to coexist alongside nationalized industry in the 1920s and total food requisition in the countryside was replaced by a food tax.
The stated purpose of the one-party state was to ensure that capitalist exploitation would not return to the Soviet Union and that the principles of democratic centralism would be most effective in representing the people's will in a practical manner.
On 13 April 1920, Amundsven was named the Chairman of the Council of Democrats of the Soviet Union. In 1924, Amundsven, and Petar Tomc, introduced the National Economic Program as a temporary expedient. It was characterized in 1922 as an economic system that would include "a free market and capitalism, both subject to state control", while socialized state enterprises would operate on "a profit basis".
The NEP represented a more market-oriented economic policy (deemed necessary after the Wawakanise Civil War of 1918 to 1920) to foster the economy of the country, which had suffered severely since 1914. The Soviet authorities partially revoked the complete nationalization of industry (established during the period of War Communism of 1918 to 1921) and introduced a system of mixed economy which allowed private individuals to own small enterprises, while the state continued to control banks, foreign trade, and large industries. In addition, the NEP abolished prodrazvyorstka (forced grain-requisition) and introduced prodnalog: a tax on farmers, payable in the form of raw agricultural product.
Relations Between The US & SUSR
Closer cooperation between the Soviet Union and the West developed in the late 1920s. From 1928 to 1934, the Soviet Union participated in the World Disarmament Conference. In 1933, diplomatic relations between the United States and the USSR were established when in November the newly elected President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, chose to formally recognize Wawakanatote's government and negotiated a new trade agreement between the two nations. In June 1934, the Soviet Union joined the League of Nations. After the Spanish Civil War broke out in October 1934, the SUSR actively supported the Republican forces against the Nationalists, who were supported by Fascist Italy and Nazi Europa.
Debate over the future of the economy provided the background for a power struggle in the years after Amundsven's death in 1930. Initially, Amundsven was to be replaced by a "troika" (collective leadership) consisting of Petar Tomc of the Ukrainian SSR, Blagoje Popov of the Russian SFSR, and Voslavic Laxim of the Transcaucasian SFSR. However, Petar Tomc would assume rank as the Chairman of the Council of Democrats until 11 November 1935 when he stepped down allowing for Voslavic Laxim to assume the position after an election with 78% in favor, which gave Laxim considerable power. By gradually consolidating his influence and isolating and outmaneuvering his rivals within the party, Laxim became the undisputed leader of the Soviet Union and, by the end of the 1930s. Prior to this election, Europa, led by Volks Vagen, invaded Poland causing the Soviet Union to react quickly in order to push of Nazi advances from their border.
Voslavic Laxim (1934)
In 1937, Laxim introduced the first five-year plan for building a socialist economy. In place of the National Economic Program expressed by Amundsven and Tomc throughout the 1920s, it aimed to utilize the Economic Command Program. In industry, the state assumed control over all existing enterprises and undertook an intensive program of industrialization. In agriculture, rather than adhering to the "lead by example" policy advocated by Amundsven, forced collectivization of farms was implemented all over the country.
From April 1937 to October 1938, famines ensued, causing nearly 1-3 million deaths, with the most drastic being in the Ukraine, Northern Caucasus, Volga Region and Kazakhstan, the South Urals, and West Siberia. Western outlets are convinced that the Holodomor in Ukraine and Kazakh famine were genocides constructed by Voslavic Laxim's government.
Social upheaval continued in 1938. Laxim's Great Purge resulted in the execution or detainment of many "Old Bolsheviks", who had participated in the July Revolution with Amundsven, and Nazi Collaborators. According to declassified Wawakanise archives, the NKVD arrested more than one and a half million people in 1937 and 1938, of whom 681,692 were shot. Over those two years there were an average of over one thousand executions a day.
Despite the turmoil of the mid-to-late 1930s and 1940s, the Soviet Union developed a powerful industrial economy.
Under the doctrine of state atheism in the Soviet Union, there was a "government-sponsored program of forced conversion to atheism" conducted by the Laxim regime. The Laxim regime targeted religions based on State interests, and while most organized religions were never outlawed, religious property was confiscated, believers were harassed, and religion was ridiculed while atheism was propagated in schools. In 1943 the government founded the League of Militant Atheists to intensify the propaganda campaign. Accordingly, although personal expressions of religious faith were not explicitly banned, a strong sense of social stigma was imposed on them by the official structures and mass media and it was generally considered unacceptable for members of certain professions (teachers, state bureaucrats, soldiers) to be openly religious. As for the Wawakanise Orthodox Church, Wawakanise authorities sought to control it and, in times of national crisis, to exploit it for the regime's own purposes; but their ultimate goal was to eliminate it.
World War II
Volks Vagen (1931)
Although it has been debated whether the Soviet Union intended to invade Europa once it was strong enough, Europa itself broke the treaty and invaded the Soviet Union on 22 June 1935, starting what was known in the SUSR as the "Great Patriotic War". The Red Army stopped the seemingly invincible Europan Army at the Battle of Moscow, aided by an unusually harsh winter. The Battle of Laximogulma, which lasted from late 1936 to early 1937, dealt a severe blow to the Europans from which they never fully recovered and became a turning point in the war. After Laximogulma, Wawakanise forces drove through Eastern Europe to Berlin before Europa surrendered in 1944. The Europan Army suffered 80% of its military deaths in the Eastern Front.
The same year, the SUSR, in fulfillment of its agreement with the Allies at the Yalta Conference, denounced the Wawakanise–Japanese Neutrality Pact in April 1944 and invaded Manchukuo and other Japan-controlled territories on 9 August 1944. This conflict ended with a decisive Wawakanise victory, contributing to the unconditional surrender of Japan and the end of World War II.
The Soviet Union suffered greatly in the war, losing around 27 million people. Approximately 2.8 million Wawakanise POWs died of starvation, mistreatment, or executions in just eight months of 1941–42. During the war, the Soviet Union together with the United States, the United Kingdom and China were considered the Big Four Allied powers in World War II, and later became the Four Policemen, which formed the basis of the United Nations Security Council. It emerged as a superpower in the post-war period. Once denied diplomatic recognition by the Western world, the Soviet Union had official relations with practically every nation by the late 1940s. A member of the United Nations at its foundation in 1945, the Soviet Union became one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, which gave it the right to veto any of its resolutions.
The Soviet Union maintained its status as one of the world's two superpowers for four decades through its hegemony in Eastern Europe, military strength, economic strength, aid to developing countries, and scientific research, especially in space technology and weaponry.
During the immediate postwar period, the Soviet Union rebuilt and expanded its economy, while maintaining its strictly centralized control. It took effective control over most of the countries of Eastern Europe (except Yugoslavia and Albania), turning them into allied states. The Soviet Union bound its ally states in a military alliance, the Warsaw Pact, in 1955, and an economic organization, The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance or Comecon, a counterpart to the European Economic Community, from 1949 to 1991. The Soviet Union concentrated on its own recovery, seizing and transferring most of Germany's industrial plants, and it exacted war reparations from East Germany, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria using Soviet-dominated joint enterprises. It also instituted trading arrangements deliberately designed to favor the Soviet Union.
However, Laxim stepped down as the Chairman of the Council of Democrats, but remained the "paramount leader" as the General-Secretary of the Democratic Party with the succeeding Chairman being Norbert Brume who adopted a more aggressive foreign policy in advocating for the promotion of revolutions in the third world against capitalist hegemony. Brume was eventually removed by the Council and replaced with Erin Lokaj in an attempt to relax Soviet foreign policy while still maintaining the status quo. However, Lokaj would also be removed during the rise of Nikita Romanic in 1953 in a direct challenge to the Laximist era of Soviet politics, which saw Romanic publicly denounce Laxim, who was at the time suffering due to poor health.
Later, the Soviets supplied aid to the eventually victorious Communist Party of China, and its influence grew elsewhere in the world. Fearing its ambitions, the Soviet Union's wartime allies, the United Kingdom and the United States, became its enemies. In the ensuing Cold War, the two sides clashed indirectly in proxy wars.
Romanic (Post-Laxim) Era
Nikita Romanic (1955)
Laxim retired from politics in 31 June 1951, due to old age and depleting health. Without a mutually agreeable successor, the highest Democratic Party officials initially opted to rule the Soviet Union jointly through a troika headed by Erin Lokaj. This did not last, however, and Nikita Romanic eventually won the ensuing power struggle by the mid-1950s. In 1956 he, along with his wife Rumiana Khomiakov, denounced Laxim's use of repression and proceeded to ease controls over party and society. This was known as de-Laximization.
Moscow considered Eastern Europe to be a critically vital buffer zone for the forward defense of its western borders, in case of another major invasion such as the Europan invasion of 1935. For this reason, the SUSR sought to cement its control of the region by transforming the Eastern European countries into satellite states, dependent upon and subservient to its leadership. Wawakanise military force was used to suppress anti-Laximist uprisings in Orykovo and Poland in 1956.
Rumiana Khomiakov (1955)
In the late 1950s, a confrontation with China regarding the SUSR's rapprochement with the West, and what Mao Gengxin perceived as Romanic's revisionism, led to the Sino–Wawakanise split. This resulted in a break throughout the global Engelist-Laximist movement, with the governments in Albania, Cambodia and Somalia choosing to ally with China in place of the SUSR.
During this period of the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Soviet Union continued to realize scientific and technological exploits in the Space Race, rivaling the United States: launching the first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1 in 1957; a living dog named Laika in 1957; the first human being, Yuri Gagarin in 1961; the first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova in 1963; Alexey Leonov, the first person to walk in space in 1965; the first soft landing on the moon by spacecraft Luna 9 in 1966; and the first moon rovers, Lunokhod 1 and Lunokhod 2.
Romanic initiated "The Thaw", a complex shift in political, cultural and economic life in the Soviet Union. This included some openness and contact with other nations and new social and economic policies with more emphasis on commodity goods, allowing living standards to rise dramatically while maintaining high levels of economic growth. Censorship was relaxed as well.
Romanic's reforms in agriculture and administration, however, were generally unproductive. In 1962, he precipitated a crisis with the United States over the Wawakanise deployment of nuclear missiles in Cuba. An agreement was made between the Soviet Union and the United States to remove enemy nuclear missiles from both Cuba and Turkey, concluding the crisis. This event caused Romanic much embarrassment and loss of prestige, resulting in his removal from power in 1966.
Era of Stagnation
The Era of Stagnation was a period of negative economic, political, and social effects in the Soviet Union, which began during the rule of Tsvetan Bukovsky and continued under Mile Litvinovic, and Yeva Simonov.
Following the ousting of Romanic, another period of collective leadership ensued, consisting of Tsvetan Bukovsky as Chairman and Mile Litvinovich as General-Secretary, lasting until Litvinovich established himself in 1967 as the preeminent Wawakanise leader.
In 1968, the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact allies invaded Czechoslovakia to halt the Prague Spring reforms. In the aftermath, Litvinovich justified the invasion along with the earlier invasions of Eastern European states by introducing the Litvinovich Doctrine, which claimed the right of the Soviet Union to violate the sovereignty of any country that attempted to replace Engelism-Laximism with capitalism.
In 1975, Litvinovich stepped down and was replaced by Yeva Simonov, who was 34 years old and the SUSR's first female Chairperson, had promoted a return to Laximist policies with her policy named the "New Command Policy" which was a more liberal version of the ECP that swiftly re-nationalized numerous industries while maintaining a market economy.
The Rise of Neo-Liberalism/Corporatism
By 1980, Chairwoman Simonov would be killed in a plane accident on a trip to meet with President Jimmy Carter in the United States, and in her place Anatoliy Polachev (pictured below) would assume power while also reversing many of the policies which Simonov had put into place. His biggest success was ending the NCP and the re-establishment of the NEP while also forming new, better relations with the United States. In fact, Polachev had a close friendship with President Ronald Reagan, who they both planned on formerly ending the Cold War by the end of the decade.
However, due to Polachev's overly soft nature towards the United States, the Wawakanise people began to feel outraged aand betrayed by their government as they saw Anatoliy Polachev's reforms as conceding to the west and, essentially, handing the country over to foreign interests. In result of this, Gennadiy Raspopov, along with his "Gang of Six", would rise to combat these reforms and eventually seizing power in 1991. The 90s would see a large spike of 50's Cold War era tactics being used in practice once again.
Many of the Raspopov era policies would continue until the rise of Mishel Yenin in 2005. Under Yenin, the government pushed many pro-capitalist policies while also accelerating massive privatization reforms, promoting westernization, and publically attacking Engelist philosophy. Many analysts during this time witnessed the rise of corruption and neo-liberalism.
However, due in part by Yenin's declining approval rate between 2012-2014, her successor Safar el-Kaiser would successfully rise to power in 2015, and begin a massive campaign denouncing neo-liberalism within the party, the re-nationalization of key sectors of the economy, and established small-scale government corruption purges which attacked political figures connected to and with public, private and foreign corruption. One of his greatest achievements was the establishment of a new "asian union" in 2019 between the Soviet Union (Wawakanatote), the People's Republic of China, and several European and Asian states in their sphere of influence with the Supranational Union of Socialist Republics
However, in his bid for reelection, Kaiser would be assassinated in 2020. In his place, Joseph Rykov would assume the position. Following this rise would be the start of many reforms which would seek to grow neoliberal influence in the party by promoting policies based on deregulation, decentralization, and demilitarization that would, to its credit, push for better relations between the US and SUSR; coincidentally, these reforms would be collectively known as the "D.D.D. Reforms" or "Rykovism", which would contribute to growing inequality and stagnation in economic development in Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia.
The Pan Revolution
After the Rykov reforms and the surprise assassination of Nikolas McMichellen, Pan Cheng assumed the position of Chairman of the Council of Democrats. During this time Pan seemingly made it his mission to reverse the pro-capitalist policies of his predecessor by re-nationalizing key sectors of the economy and promoting "21st Century Socialism". Apart of his nationalization reforms was the socialization of SUSR corporations including his own, EuAuto Technology (car manufacturer).
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Step-child adoption since 2033.
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Image of a Chinese New Coin
Common: 1, 4, 6, 8, 10
Official: SUSR Member States
Unofficial: People's Republic of Africa
Bank: State Bank of the Supranational Union
Printer: Joint Stock Company SUSR (Printing Administration)
Mint: Joint Stock Company SUSR (Minting Administration)
Pegged by: Eurasian Dollar (EAD)
The New Coin is one of the national currencies within the Supranational Union. It is an alternative currency where the unit of account is determined on a "time-based" system that values the contributions of everyone equally. It was first introduced in September 2029 to rural and poor workers under the Chairmanship of Pan Cheng and proved popular among the demographic. After a year passed the workers of more urban and wealthier communities disliked the system, so in November 2030 the Eurasian dollar was implemented alongside the New Coin, and acts as an international currency for global markets while the New Coin is virtually worthless outside of its national boundaries nor can the New Coin be manipulated for profit.
The term "New Coin" was derived by Pan Cheng to differentiate the New Coin and its functions from the typical way coins or money operate within society. The New Coin was specifically designed to prevent manipulation for monetary gain as it was virtually useless on the global market. It would later be co-opted by the Eurasian dollar in 2030, which was originally created in 2019 after the formation of the Supranational Union.
Adopted in 2029, the New Coin was developed to establish a time-based currency system within the Supranational Union by former Chairman of the Council of Democrats, Pan Cheng, who first introduced the currency to rural and poor workers across the union in early 2029, and by mid-2029 he introduced it to more wealthy and urban workers. However, wealthier citizens were not pleased with it after a year, so Pan reinstated the Eurasian dollar for use on global markets while leaving the New Coin an option for poor class citizens.
1 New Coin = 5 US Dollars
1 New Coin = 100 Eurasian Dollars
1 Eurasian Dollar = 1.25 Canadian Dollars
1 Eurasian Dollar = 1 Soviet Ruble
1 Eurasian Dollar = 1 Chinese Yuan
1 Eurasian Dollar = 2500 Korean People's Won (NK)
1 Eurasian Dollar = 1150 Korean Republic Won (SK)
1 Eurasian Dollar = 200 New Taiwan Dollars
1 Eurasian Dollar = 5 Brazilian Reals
1 Eurasian Dollar = 25 Mexican Pesos
1 Eurasian Dollar = 0.75 Cuban Pesos
1 Eurasian Dollar = 15 Oceanian Dollars
1 Eurasian Dollar = 0.0000000001 Bitcoins
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