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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Estelian Delegate of Elvennai (elected )

Founder: The Republic of Arda en Estel

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Most Nations: 153rd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,546th Largest Black Market: 1,909th
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Welcome to Arda en Estel!
If you do not know what that means, it means Realm of Hope.
This realm is full of crazy, spirited, and down-right weird people called Estelians, and we welcome you to come join us!


We have a splendid Linkcommunity forum for you to come and join.

Currently on the forum:

• 285 forum members
• 1615 Nations
• Over 100,000 posts!
• Active RP dominated Community with a rich main roleplay, Legacy!
• Dozens of ways to have fun for all...

We are accepting diplomatic alliances! If you would like an embassy with Arda en' Estel, please contact us through our RMB and fill out our Diplomatic application on the offsite forums.


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Embassies: Lone Wolves United, Unknown, United Kingdom, Osiris, The Land of Kings and Emperors, The Allied States, Right to Life, The Illuminati, Sid Meiers Alpha Centauri, Hellenic Empire, The Roman Empire, Greater Dienstad, United Nations of Europe, the Rejected Realms, Canada, The Universal Allegiance, and 9 others.The European Union, Aenaroth, Caer Sidi, Olympia, European Union, Kantrias, Greater Rivieria, The Angirisian Empire, and Londinium.

The embassy with United Nations of Europe is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

Tags: Democratic, Magical, General Assembly, Casual, Multi-Species, World Assembly, Fantasy Tech, Independent, Social, Steampunk, Regional Government, Map, and 4 others.Large, Offsite Forums, Silly, and Role Player.

Regional Power: Moderate

Arda en Estel contains 93 nations, the 153rd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector in Arda en Estel

World Census analysts extensively tested concept muscle cars in empty parking lots in order to estimate which nations have the largest auto industries.

As a region, Arda en Estel is ranked 9,331st in the world for Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Greater Holy Reich of The Race of LizardsCorporate Police State“Ad victoriam, Non sibi sed patriae”
2.The Principality of ThalmehLeft-Leaning College State“Mostly Harmless”
3.The RTL Ambassador of The RCSCapitalist Paradise“To God be the glory!”
4.The Apokatastas of AltheriolIron Fist Consumerists“By Power and by Right”
5.The Holy Empire of MonkeelandIron Fist Consumerists“Our Monkeys Are The Best”
6.The Confederacy of SchevalierNew York Times Democracy“Din cenușă, în lumină”
7.The Republic of The Republic Of United TribesNew York Times Democracy“People in Community. Tribes in Unity.”
8.The Satyr Lottocracy of Lil La LunaAnarchy“A Lil' La Land of a Lil' La Lunacy”
9.The Empire of GladiciaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“By The People For The People”
10.The Dictatorship of EisengardFather Knows Best State“Strength Through Compliance”
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Arda en Estel Regional Message Board

Bad things are bad

Here here!

Hello,

As a friend of our region, we thought we ought to inform you of the present situation with regards to Right to Life's Constitutional Convention.

Constitutional Convention Called in Right to Life

December 31, 2017 -- The Senate of Right to Life unanimously voted on Friday afternoon to dissolve the regional government and call a constitutional convention. The move is supported by President United Massachusetts and Founder Culture of Life (Christian Democrats), who recently returned to the region following three months of low activity. Many proponents of a new constitution see an opportunity for increased democratization. Founder Culture of Life said, "The Second Constitution of Right to Life has served the region well for the past six years, but I think we're very much in need of a change right now."

The dissolution of the government and the call for a convention, however, have not come without controversy. Onward Right to Life's party leader, Former Senator Stellonia, has raised concerns that the dissolution of the courts could pose a threat -- albeit temporary -- to civil rights and liberties. In addition, Roborian and other citizens have questioned President United Massachusetts' actions immediately preceding the Senate's vote. On Friday morning, the President unilaterally ousted Senator Distributist Republics and replaced him with a member of the pro-convention camp, citing a little-known and seldom-used provision in the second constitution, sometimes called the Inactivity Clause.

Open to all regional citizens, the constitutional convention is being held in a special forum not visible to outsiders. A new constitution will be unveiled when it is ratified by a simple majority vote and is approved by the Founder. Already, some citizens have expressed a desire to turn Right to Life into a direct democracy. At least one citizen, Former President Saint Peter, has voiced sympathies for a constitutional monarchy. The Founder himself plans to put forward a proposal to establish a government with four branches and a sophisticated system of checks and balances. The convention is expected to last several weeks, and it will almost certainly generate riveting debates. The convention forum will be made public once a new constitution is adopted.

Read dispatch

United Massachusetts wrote:Hello,

As a friend of our region, we thought we ought to inform you of the present situation with regards to Right to Life's Constitutional Convention.

Constitutional Convention Called in Right to Life

December 31, 2017 -- The Senate of Right to Life unanimously voted on Friday afternoon to dissolve the regional government and call a constitutional convention. The move is supported by President United Massachusetts and Founder Culture of Life (Christian Democrats), who recently returned to the region following three months of low activity. Many proponents of a new constitution see an opportunity for increased democratization. Founder Culture of Life said, "The Second Constitution of Right to Life has served the region well for the past six years, but I think we're very much in need of a change right now."

The dissolution of the government and the call for a convention, however, have not come without controversy. Onward Right to Life's party leader, Former Senator Stellonia, has raised concerns that the dissolution of the courts could pose a threat -- albeit temporary -- to civil rights and liberties. In addition, Roborian and other citizens have questioned President United Massachusetts' actions immediately preceding the Senate's vote. On Friday morning, the President unilaterally ousted Senator Distributist Republics and replaced him with a member of the pro-convention camp, citing a little-known and seldom-used provision in the second constitution, sometimes called the Inactivity Clause.

Open to all regional citizens, the constitutional convention is being held in a special forum not visible to outsiders. A new constitution will be unveiled when it is ratified by a simple majority vote and is approved by the Founder. Already, some citizens have expressed a desire to turn Right to Life into a direct democracy. At least one citizen, Former President Saint Peter, has voiced sympathies for a constitutional monarchy. The Founder himself plans to put forward a proposal to establish a government with four branches and a sophisticated system of checks and balances. The convention is expected to last several weeks, and it will almost certainly generate riveting debates. The convention forum will be made public once a new constitution is adopted.

Read dispatch

I am against this.

We the Metalborn also stand against this.

United Massachusetts wrote:Hello,

As a friend of our region, we thought we ought to inform you of the present situation with regards to Right to Life's Constitutional Convention.

Constitutional Convention Called in Right to Life

December 31, 2017 -- The Senate of Right to Life unanimously voted on Friday afternoon to dissolve the regional government and call a constitutional convention. The move is supported by President United Massachusetts and Founder Culture of Life (Christian Democrats), who recently returned to the region following three months of low activity. Many proponents of a new constitution see an opportunity for increased democratization. Founder Culture of Life said, "The Second Constitution of Right to Life has served the region well for the past six years, but I think we're very much in need of a change right now."

The dissolution of the government and the call for a convention, however, have not come without controversy. Onward Right to Life's party leader, Former Senator Stellonia, has raised concerns that the dissolution of the courts could pose a threat -- albeit temporary -- to civil rights and liberties. In addition, Roborian and other citizens have questioned President United Massachusetts' actions immediately preceding the Senate's vote. On Friday morning, the President unilaterally ousted Senator Distributist Republics and replaced him with a member of the pro-convention camp, citing a little-known and seldom-used provision in the second constitution, sometimes called the Inactivity Clause.

Open to all regional citizens, the constitutional convention is being held in a special forum not visible to outsiders. A new constitution will be unveiled when it is ratified by a simple majority vote and is approved by the Founder. Already, some citizens have expressed a desire to turn Right to Life into a direct democracy. At least one citizen, Former President Saint Peter, has voiced sympathies for a constitutional monarchy. The Founder himself plans to put forward a proposal to establish a government with four branches and a sophisticated system of checks and balances. The convention is expected to last several weeks, and it will almost certainly generate riveting debates. The convention forum will be made public once a new constitution is adopted.

Read dispatch

I believe that Communism is terrible. Communism in the real world is seen as something bad and that is true. For example. the Soviet union has been long known for its terrible acts in the name of Communism. It was really eventually going to collapse because of its unstable government and the rise of Capitalism.

Communism is only terrible if enacted incorrectly, and ineptly. Sadly not all of you humans are kindred spirits, some of you are greedy and selfish and terrible, which makes communism impossible to enact successfully, for you humans.

Metalborn wrote:Communism is only terrible if enacted incorrectly, and ineptly. Sadly not all of you humans are kindred spirits, some of you are greedy and selfish and terrible, which makes communism impossible to enact successfully, for you humans.

It is true in theory that Communism is good if properly approached. But in any real life scenario whether human or not Communism is impossible to achieve due to multiple factors. One reason is that it gives everyone equality and not equity. Sure equality is great but having the same thing for everyone is not sufficient or efficient because everyone is not the same. Another one is that it does not give equal opportunity as everyone will have to contribute one way or another.

i want to destroy my country. Any tips on how to mess it up?

Communism

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