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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Revolutionary Communists of Enclave of Soviet Germany (elected )

Founder: The Communist State of RedCommunist

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 49th Most Influential: 83rd Most Nations: 136th+26
Largest Black Market: 615th Lowest Crime Rates: 657th Largest Governments: 819th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 872nd Largest Welfare Programs: 988th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,030th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,034th Healthiest Citizens: 1,120th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,133rd Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 1,141st Most Advanced Public Education: 1,144th Most Cultured: 1,185th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,199th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,226th Smartest Citizens: 1,229th Highest Average Tax Rates: 1,307th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 1,383rd Most Subsidized Industry: 1,449th Nicest Citizens: 1,469th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,513th Most Inclusive: 1,542nd Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,635th Most Secular: 1,717th Highest Economic Output: 1,755th Best Weather: 1,970th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,983rd
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.: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics :.
The USSR, a region founded on Dec 17, 2002, has long been in the spotlight of the world. Founded on the glorious works of Lenin and Marx, the USSR shall stay strong in its quest for glory. We have a great community, along with our activity, we promise you that you will enjoy your stay in the USSR. We welcome you to our socialist-communist ideal region and hope you become active in the community. Glory to our Soviet Union!
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USSR Government
Premier of the USSR: The Revolutionary Communists of Enclave of Soviet Germany
Commissar of Foreign Affairs: The Soviet Socialist Republic of Bratislavskaya
Commissar of Internal Affairs: The Socialist Federal Republic of Terricon


Embassies: Europe, Germany, Anticapitalist Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, United Socialist Republics, North Africa, India, The Communist Party of NationStates, Union of the World Socialist Republics, Soviet Union, North Korea, The Internationale, The Communist Bloc, International Debating Area, The United Communist Republics, and The Embassy.

Construction of embassies with Role Player Coalition has commenced. Completion expected .

Construction of embassies with The International Socialist Alliance has commenced. Completion expected .

Tags: Democratic, Industrial, World Assembly, Anti-Fascist, Game Player, Socialist, Regional Government, Communist, Enormous, Anti-Capitalist, and Role Player.

Regional Power: Very High

USSR contains 104 nations, the 136th most in the world.

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The Longest Average Lifespans in USSR

Nations ranked highly have lower rates of preventable death, with their citizens enjoying longer average lifespans.

As a region, USSR is ranked 1,983rd in the world for Longest Average Lifespans.

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First thing our government does in response to the US launching 59 missiles onto Sytia: Issue a statement in support.
First thing our government does in response to the DPRK firing one missile into the sea: Condemn them in Parliament and the UN and have every newspaper get angry about it.

Soviet Polsol

Greetings comrades! I'm overjoyed to be here with fellow believers in the working people.

Would people be down with creating a Red Army which all Union Republics in this region could contribute too, so that we can coordinate\share Military RPs with one another?

Alternatively, maybe create a thread for the Supreme Soviet of the USSR?

Sovietzky Soyuz, Presidium of the Supreme Soviet, Eulenberg, and Zastativka

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=408842

Soviet Army thread is up... a place to share links to millitary roleplay inside and out of the USSR and post links to your millitary factbooks. Enjoy!

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Markevia wrote:You said you live in a country with a dictator.
I wasn't acting like anything, I was asking you a question because your post was misleading.
As do I, which is why I equally opposed a US intervention in Syria when Obama and Clinton proposed it.
You call your democratically elected head of state a dictator? Based on... what exactly? I don't like the man but calling a dictator is irrational.
What does this even mean?

A) I corrected myself, figuring = fighting, it was a typo I made on my phone keyboard.
B) If you think Trump was democratically elected, then you don't understand our government. The Electoral College made him president, if it had been democratic and in the hands of the people, Hilary would be president right now and we wouldn't have to worry about everything we do now. Hilary won by 2 million votes, if you don't recall.
C) I call him a dictator because he has done nothing for the people and has attempted to stay in power at all costs. One of the many definitions of dictator is "a person who tells people what to do in an autocratic way or who determines behavior in a particular sphere." Trump is absolutely 100% the prior example (telling people what to do in an autocratic way). Added to his flagrant disregard for the populous showing his true thirst for power is for his own benefit, which is exactly what we fight against in communism with him disregarding and actively worsening the quality of living for the working class.
D) I have always opposed our intervention in the Middle East. Whether it be from Obama or Reagan. American Imperialism must come to an end.
E) Assad was also "democratically" elected. Technically, he is not a dictator either.
F) I tried to be as clear as possible in my post. You cannot let one issue with Trump drive you mad, but ignore the others. To pay attention to only his bombing of Syria is like saying you got a sunburn while you're standing in a fire. Trump is quickly bringing about the end of America, one way or another. I am not saying the actual country, but no matter what when he leaves office, whether forced or he survives 4 years, things will never be the same again. Our lives will forever be changed. Our government will forever be changed. Global policy and history will forever be changed. But I for one cannot sit around and just be angry at what is happening. I am gay. My boyfriend and I legitimately have to fear for our own safety. Now, many parts of the world that is a normal part of life, but I for one will not let this continue. I will fight in the best way I can until I and the rest of the LGBT community are free from this threat. (if you think I'm exaggerating, the police chief came on stage at Trump's Melbourne, Florida publicity stunt post election. He got up on that stage and just talked about how he will finally be able to put the "people in jail who deserve to be" and how he will rid the community of the "immigrants" taking their jobs and ruining the areas, and much more. All in all, he said the police force now works for Trump's America, not actually the law.)
G) I have absolutely no intention of starting arguments with fellow communists. Subtle differences in beliefs is something that I no longer care about. We are all one united communist region, and although we may have vastly different ideals, we must stick together as one entity through these hard times. If I come on this message board, and it seems like I am correcting, or arguing, or begging for attention, I assure you I am not. I "correct" in here sometimes, not to correct anyone, or to feel smart. I do so to encourage education, if I'm wrong, prove so and I will learn as well. I also do so to help clarify or resolve issues within the communist community or this region in particular. It may seem like I'm arguing at times, but that is only because I am not the best at conveying my meaning to people I don't personally know. I don't post on here to put anyone down, or to start issues between members or members and I. I discuss issues, just as every other person in politics does. However, I do apologize if my meaning comes off in the wrong way. I also never post on here for attention. I enjoy living in the shadows so to speak, when I do post it's to become involved in the discussion or to give my opinion on something. It is never to try and lead you.

I apologize if this post is too long, I also apologize if I have come off in the wrong way to any of you.

-Hvalfyurden

Soviet Polsol and Presidium of the Supreme Soviet

The Conservative Government in Britain has just declared its wish to hold a General Election on June 8th of this year. The Labour Party has supported the idea, and thus in 50 days an election will more than likely take place. The Communist Party of Britain, my own party has issued this statement:
"COMMUNISTS URGE - 'THROW OUT THE TORIES ON JUNE 8!'

The Communist Party is not entirely surprised by the announcement to hold a General Election on June 8, never having taken Tory leaders at their word and aware that the so-called 'fixed term' Parliament Act is bogus.
Theresa May seeks a mandate to pursue a five-year programme of neoliberal policies, including yet more austerity, privatisation, militarism and war in alliance with the USA and NATO.
Her section of the Tory leadership - most of whom campaigned in favour of EU membership - want to reach a trade and investment deal with the EU on the basis of most Single European Market rules. The EU Commission welcomes this approach and has made little secret of its support for the election announcement.
Another section of the Tory leadership wants Britain to regain full control over trade, immigration and taxation policies, with no more contributions to the EU budget.
A bigger majority at Westminster would allow May's section to push through its agenda without the support of its most hardline anti-EU dissidents.
It might also strengthen her position, at least in the short run, against the growing opposition to many of her domestic policies such as the reintroduction of grammar schools (and therefore of secondary moderns), the privatisation of the NHS and social housing, deeper cuts in public services and welfare benefits and more tax reductions for the rich and big business.
Both sections of the Tory Party support May's vision of Britain as a low-wage, deregulated, privatised, anti-trade union, offshore tax haven. Both favour neoliberal economic agreements with the USA, Turkey, Japan and others.
That is why it is essential to win a Labour victory on June 8 and open the way for a government led by Jeremy Corbyn to pursue left and progressive policies across a wide range of domestic and international issues.
It is precisely because the ruling class fears such a prospect that it does not want to give Labour three years - or even three more months - to rebuild party unity and take its policies directly to the people, not least in Scotland.
New freedoms outside the EU and Single Market rules would allow the Labour leadership to enact its key policies to rebuild Britain's industrial base, defend and enhance public services, promote regional development, slash or abolish VAT, strengthen our trades unions and end the super-exploitation of migrant labour.
A Labour government is needed that would not bargain away those potential freedoms in trade negotiations with the EU.
That's why the Communist Party urges the working class and peoples of Britain to seize the opportunity on June 8 to throw out the Tories. No to pessimism and defeatism! Yes to a victory for the labour movement, progress and peace!"

It would appear we are throwing our lot in with Labour this year, and reluctantly I will join them in that crusade, and uphold Democratic Centralism.
Tories out!

Terricon and Soviet Polsol

The Union of Federal Kingdoms of Hvalfyurden wrote:I apologize if this post is too long, I also apologize if I have come off in the wrong way to any of you.
-Hvalfyurden

Oh that's fine.

A) I understandt then.
B) It's how *your* democracy works. Just because you don't like the outcome doesn't mean it hasn't worked. The United States, as I understand it, is a republic with democratic trappings and a system of checks and balances to prevent things as purely democratic as simple by majority. Your electoral college worked as intended. Trump was, by American standards and systems, democratically elected. Not liking him doesn't change that.
C) Attempted to stay in power at all costs? Has he gunned people down? Has he suspended habeus corpus (as American president Abraham Lincoln did)? Has he led troops against Americans (as your first president, Washington, did)? Has he ordered Pinkerton goons to gun down pro-labor advocates? Look up your so-called Gilded Age. No, you're being sensationalist and irrational. He's been in office three months. It's highly ignorant to assert he's tried to "stay in power at all costs" when there has been no serious attempt to remove him and he hasn't had time to do hardly anything. Honestly, having observed your election cycle it was sensationalists like you that helped propel him into power.
D) You'd have gotten it with Hillary too.
E) Wonderful. I don't care about Assad, in truth. At best, if I had to comment on him, he's the best option for an awful scenario.
F) "I am gay. My boyfriend and I legitimately have to fear for our own safety." Oh really? Now see this is part of the sensationalist nonsense I'm talking about. Why are you "fearing for your own safety" because an orange cheetos man is in office? A man who has expressed support for the LGBT community. You come off as someone who literally gets their opinion from the Daily Show. Out of honest curiosity, are you even 18? You don't have to tell me your real age, but you demonstrate a major lack of awareness and life-experience.
G) "I have absolutely no intention of starting arguments with fellow communists." Well this I'll agree on. I have no intention to belittle you, humiliate you, or be overly combative. We're all in this together for a better world and a future of equality and stability for workers of every background. However, I am a stickler for accuracy and opposing sensationalism as it is a tool of the bourgeois (including the Clintons) to disrupt and mislead the workers of the world. Just as you have been misled by the propaganda of your "democratic" party to oppose the Cheeto President for either things he hasn't done or things the democrats would do too, instead of focusing on the dialectics of Marx.

Honestly, the Orange One is more of a complex character than many of his opponents will give him credit for:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/30/us/politics/obama-trump-protections-lgbt-workers.html

Bratislavskaya and StalkKer Federation

Comrades, let us remember as today is the 147th death anniversary of the Great Lenin. Let us remember that despite our differences we all have a simple ideology that brings us all together and united. Have a good day comrades.

Bratislavskaya, StalkKer Federation, Terricon, Soviet Polsol, and 2 othersPresidium of the Supreme Soviet, and Khosrea

The Soviet Socialist Republic of Markevia wrote:Oh that's fine.
A) I understandt then.
B) It's how *your* democracy works. Just because you don't like the outcome doesn't mean it hasn't worked. The United States, as I understand it, is a republic with democratic trappings and a system of checks and balances to prevent things as purely democratic as simple by majority. Your electoral college worked as intended. Trump was, by American standards and systems, democratically elected. Not liking him doesn't change that.
C) Attempted to stay in power at all costs? Has he gunned people down? Has he suspended habeus corpus (as American president Abraham Lincoln did)? Has he led troops against Americans (as your first president, Washington, did)? Has he ordered Pinkerton goons to gun down pro-labor advocates? Look up your so-called Gilded Age. No, you're being sensationalist and irrational. He's been in office three months. It's highly ignorant to assert he's tried to "stay in power at all costs" when there has been no serious attempt to remove him and he hasn't had time to do hardly anything. Honestly, having observed your election cycle it was sensationalists like you that helped propel him into power.
D) You'd have gotten it with Hillary too.
E) Wonderful. I don't care about Assad, in truth. At best, if I had to comment on him, he's the best option for an awful scenario.
F) "I am gay. My boyfriend and I legitimately have to fear for our own safety." Oh really? Now see this is part of the sensationalist nonsense I'm talking about. Why are you "fearing for your own safety" because an orange cheetos man is in office? A man who has expressed support for the LGBT community. You come off as someone who literally gets their opinion from the Daily Show. Out of honest curiosity, are you even 18? You don't have to tell me your real age, but you demonstrate a major lack of awareness and life-experience.
G) "I have absolutely no intention of starting arguments with fellow communists." Well this I'll agree on. I have no intention to belittle you, humiliate you, or be overly combative. We're all in this together for a better world and a future of equality and stability for workers of every background. However, I am a stickler for accuracy and opposing sensationalism as it is a tool of the bourgeois (including the Clintons) to disrupt and mislead the workers of the world. Just as you have been misled by the propaganda of your "democratic" party to oppose the Cheeto President for either things he hasn't done or things the democrats would do too, instead of focusing on the dialectics of Marx.
Honestly, the Orange One is more of a complex character than many of his opponents will give him credit for:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/30/us/politics/obama-trump-protections-lgbt-workers.html

I am 18, actually. Also, you're sorely mistaken if you think Trump support LGBT rights. My behaviors did not get him elected, it was false information and blatant public ignorance that did. Hilary Clinton would not have been nearly as bad as Trump has been, she would have been bad, I won't lie, but would not have already approved several pipelines and begun systematically preventing the EPA from publishing documents against Trump's campaign (which has happened). He has signed multiple executive orders since joining office, and has vowed to repeal gay marriage and has actually removed the LGBT community from the 2020 census. He's appointed a known anti-gay into the HSS office in our government that is specifically designed to protect our rights as citizens. He has appointed Jeff Sessions, a known homophobe and blatant racist. His leading adviser is Steve Bannon, a documented fascist and white supremacist. His cabinet is filled with unqualified people. He has spent nearly double the presidential travel budget alone in these past three months at his own resorts in NYC and Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach in Florida. he has voided most of his promises to the public. He's begun cutting clean energy funding. His son admitted that he is still fully tied to his company which is illegal. He has been proven by not just our government, but 7 other European governments (including Britain, Bulgaria, and Estonia) for his campaign having connections with Russia. They have proven that Russian computer hackers affected the results of our election (henceforth one of those hackers' arrest in Spain). His son in law has lied directly to the governments about meetings with top Russian bankers with connections to Putin. You express that I must have a lack of life experience and I'm ignorant, yet I live in this nation, under his government. I know all about my nation's history. I know what Washington did, or what Lincoln did, or etc. Never said I agreed with the government or it's history. There is so much more to this than you realize, and by your wording of things, I take it as you don't live in the US and rely on the news to get information about how our government is working at the moment. Although, I would think that since we are all communists here, it would be generally common to hate Trump since he is a selfish individual who, based on actual behaviors of his in office, blatantly disregards the public's safety and health, and is poorly unqualified (how "healthcare is complicated" or how "Chinese-North Korean relations are complicate"). It is unlawful for the president to do most of what Trump has gotten away with. Nixon wiretapped a hotel room and got impeached, Trump has gone over the top to do as many illegal things as he can swing without consequence. Our democratic party is a centrist party. They are not liberal as media has you believe and I do not agree with them. However, please do not say I am uninformed then site the past from 150 years ago. Trump has appointed individuals to office to keep him there. He's fired individuals that could testify against him. He's fired people who didn't comply with his demands.

Trump is not some Cheeto man, he is a dangerous person in a position of far too much power. He has access to nuclear launch codes (directly), can wage war for 30 days without Congressional approval. Can bomb nations he deems as a national security threat. He can command the military to do dangerous things, like fire upon Syria. He can start nuclear war with the touch of a button. The president of the United States has the power to launch nuclear weapons. There is no check for that, believe it or not. If he commands it, the soldiers must comply. If you're unaware of the nuclear procedure in the US, Trump has access to nuclear launch codes. If he chooses to launch he will activate those codes. They get relayed to the launch facilities where two men sit all day in front of a console. When they receive the launch codes, both must turn the keys (just like in the movies so far, yes?). However, if one soldier decides not to turn his key, both soldiers are armed with pistols, both with orders to shoot (lethally) the other for deciding not to launch since it is an act of treason. There is no tribunal, there is no middle man. Trump say fire, the soldiers must comply. So, given his behaviors, I would be quite worried about my nation's current president.

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