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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Constitutional Monarchy of West Angola (elected )

Founder: The Theological Democracy of United Faiths

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Most Nations: 154th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 348th
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ANYONE LOOKING FOR A REGION THAT PROMOTES THE VALUES OF EQUALITY, LIBERTY AND THE OVERALL PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, LOOK NO FURTHER!

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Embassies: South Africa, North Africa, Zambia, South Sudan, India, New Europe, Middle East, The United States of Europe, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Israel, United States, Alabama, Arctic, Florida, New Warsaw Pact, Alaska, and 10 others.France, Atrigeas, Somalia, The Ascendancy, Alliance Of Armed Nations, UAA, The SOP, Demolibs, Southeast Asia, and Oceania.

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Africa contains 84 nations, the 154th most in the world.

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The Largest Information Technology Sector in Africa

World Census staff compiled lists over Smart Phone related traffic accidents to determine which nations have the largest Information Technology industries.

As a region, Africa is ranked 4,695th in the world for Largest Information Technology Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
41.The Constitutional Monarchy of West AngolaLeft-wing Utopia“Strength through peace.”
42.The Kingdom of HimyariteCorrupt Dictatorship“God, Country, Unity”
43.The United States of The Central African RepublicCivil Rights Lovefest“Unité, Dignité, Travail”
44.The Commonwealth of The Middle East CoalitionIron Fist Consumerists“العربية السعودية”
45.The Federation of BurundiCapitalist Paradise“Ethnic Clensing for hippos.”
46.The Republic of Central Congan KingdomDemocratic Socialists“It fawns from a Dynasty”
47.The Republic of West AfricaCivil Rights Lovefest“Peace, Prosperity, Progress”
48.The Republic of JafalaIron Fist Consumerists“Umoja, Nguvu, Kazi (Unity, Strength, Work)”
49.The Commonwealth of Natal and AdelaideInoffensive Centrist Democracy“God Will Defend the Right”
50.The Republic of UnitedBirTavilNew York Times Democracy“We shall stay united until the end of the world”
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We'd submit a team.

Hello I just joined yesterday. My nation truly is located in Africa...

Nuwaubia

The Republic of South Eastern Africa wrote:We'd submit a team.


As discussed, no racist or colonialist nations.

The Colony of Solarpejah wrote:Hello I just joined yesterday. My nation truly is located in Africa...


Welcome to Africa!

Solarpejah

We are fairly new to Africa (established in 1972)

The African Nationalist Republic of Nuwaubia wrote:As discussed, no racist or colonialist nations.

If this tournament segregates nations from playing, then I don't think it should be played at all. In real soccer/football, racist players are usually fined big, and racism is widely discouraged especially in soccer/football especially because of #SayNoToRacism.

The United Human Federation of Ndaku wrote:If this tournament segregates nations from playing, then I don't think it should be played at all. In real soccer/football, racist players are usually fined big, and racism is widely discouraged especially in soccer/football especially because of #SayNoToRacism.


Presumably you're aware of the sporting boycott of Apartheid South Africa through the 1970's and 1980's that helped to politically isolate the Apartheid regime? Do you genuinely think that if we maintain normal relations with racist regimes they will eventually change? Is that not a form of condoning their behaviour?

The African Nationalist Republic of Nuwaubia wrote:Presumably you're aware of the sporting boycott of Apartheid South Africa through the 1970's and 1980's that helped to politically isolate the Apartheid regime? Do you genuinely think that if we maintain normal relations with racist regimes they will eventually change? Is that not a form of condoning their behaviour?

We may not be able to change their views on people who are different than they are in terms of skin color, ethnicity, tradition, culture, value, or other beliefs, but I simply don't agree with segregation. Rather, there could be a movement that promotes equal treatment towards people and nations along with their continued differences while allowing everyone to participate.

There are ways of looking past segregation based on skin color and things alike, especially to all you who are running 'racist' or colonialist nations. If we don't move past this way of viewing one another, our surroundings will deal with the same problems continually, which slows down social progress.

I have a lot of friends who are from all over Africa; Gabon, Egypt, Angola, Congo, Nigeria, Cameroon, etc. There are some who have their suspicions and doubt towards Arabic Muslims and vice versa, but soccer was and always has been the number 1 way of eliminating that hatred that just further divided us. Soccer is to Africa like a child is to the world; someone who brings people of all kinds together, regardless of differences. That's what I stand for; African unity.

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The United Human Federation of Ndaku, it is important to keep in mind that discriminating againts bigots does not make you a bigot. There reaches a point where you simply cannot engage in good faith.

Besides, they want to be excluded anyway. Separateness is kind of their 'thing'....

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