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WA Delegate: The Kingdom of North East Somerset (elected )

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Most Nations: 8th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 615th Largest Black Market: 1,516th
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Welcome to the Realm of Balder

Nations are asked to join the World Assembly and endorse King North East Somerset and Princes Alvalero, Fooooooooo and Onder Kelkia

For all other nations the endorsement limit is currently 15


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Embassies: The North Pacific, Europeia, the West Pacific, The Land of Kings and Emperors, The Communist Bloc, Europe, International Democratic Union, The East Pacific, Lazarus, Merridel, NationStates, World Assembly Legislative League, Ribe, Aarhus, and Jomsborg.

Construction of embassies with St Abbaddon has commenced. Completion expected .

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Democratic, Founderless, Game Player, Gargantuan, Independent, Map, Monarchist, National Sovereigntist, Offsite Forums, Past Tech, Regional Government, and 1 other.Sinker.

Regional Power: Very High

Balder contains 5,771 nations, the 8th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Cultured in Balder

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Balder is ranked 3,159th in the world for Most Cultured.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Council Chambers of LakanabaLeft-Leaning College State“Watch for mimics!”
2.The Enlightened Absolutist State of Iechyd DaDemocratic Socialists“'Mochel dan yr ambarel a cherdded fel brenhines”
3.The Free Land of FlibbleboniaDemocratic Socialists“Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow”
4.The United Departments of The English RegionsCivil Rights Lovefest“L'espoir nous lie, capitalisme nous unit”
5.The Equal Opportunity Nation of MoftanDemocratic Socialists“Come to never leave.”
6.The Republic of SnowveniaCivil Rights Lovefest“Illegitimi non carborundum”
7.The Humanoid Republic of ArageshNew York Times Democracy“Keep up the faith, never let down nor surrender.”
8.The Kingdom of OdirnamatCivil Rights Lovefest“Aequanimitas”
9.The Federation of VeradicaLeft-wing Utopia“Justice and freedom for eternity”
10.The Principality of JolteoniaNew York Times Democracy“言えるかな?”
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Nueva Gaudria wrote:Like, I agree with the resolution at vote but I feel like if I vote FOR, I'll be complicit in the decay of resolution quality. What's next? One word resolutions??? Stop the madness!

"Proposal: Commend Nueva Gaudria

Reasons

Author Alvalero"

Nueva Gaudria wrote:Like, I agree with the resolution at vote but I feel like if I vote FOR, I'll be complicit in the decay of resolution quality. What's next? One word resolutions??? Stop the madness!

please support my new wa proposal: stop

Post self-deleted by Skulls and Honey.

Skulls and Honey wrote:please support my new wa proposal: stop

That might actually be where were headed

Northern Mount Celestia wrote:That might actually be where were headed

Hi all! I'd appreciate it if you could look over my proposal "F" and give it a vote! c:

I cannot believe the argument used *against* the proposal in a telegram I got. It...defended debtor's prison. I'm flabbergasted, and also continuing to vote yes to spite anyone who thinks debtor's prison is a good thing.

I really don't get why people dislike a concise, not-crazy-flowery proposal. If it were illegal or malformed, it would be taken down. I appreciate it being so circumspect, since it has one clear function and no faffing about. If you oppose that function, fine. But getting mad because it's short??? Many extremely important legal things are short, consider stuff like the components of the US Bill of Rights (many of which are also single sentences)--even the most recently adopted amendment! (27th: "No law, varying the compensation for the services of the Senators and Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives shall have intervened.")

Seriously, the WA gets crazier by the day. First it repeals protection of freedom of speech because the old law was too boring, too effective at protecting speech. Then it hard-averted banning capital punishment...only to accept de facto banning it. I legitimately don't care that this proposal is protesting or flippant: maybe this protest (or flippancy) is a message the WA goddamn needs to hear.

do any people love warrior cats

Lpsunikitty wrote:do any people love warrior cats

"Khajit's got wares... If youv'e got coin.."

Im glad to be here, I guess

Aelyria wrote:... spite anyone who thinks debtor's prison is a good thing.

... Then it hard-averted banning capital punishment...

You act like these are bad things. Consider me spote, I guess

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