What is a discord?
It's like Teamspeak3 but free, goup voice or written chat
What is teamspeak3?
Voice chat. Desktop programs but Discord is free. Just look it up and see for yourself. Free and easy to use.
discord and teamspeak are programs that have chat rooms and voice channels, its mostly for gamers to stay connected.
I just see no evidence that all the reforms carried out in the last century, including the New Deal in the U.S., have led to a better society. The U.S. remains the global Empire, and it has continued to oppress and overturn (or try to overturn) governments.
I propose an economic bill to expand the wealth of the reigion
The Multiversal Communist Collective and Evilness of olasi
Not too sure, but I think increasing military budget could help with the arms industry. Either that or maybe letting guns into private industry or something.
those sound like fantastic ideas, now the beast bet is to put them into practice. i want most of my market to be in private buisness and pretty much start and arms race.
How many guesses do I get? :-) Seriously, only you can answer that question.
Teamspeak is similar to IRC (Internet Relay Chat), which was popular in the early days of the Internet and is still used by many people.
With the legalization of political parties under the Vanguard Treaty, has anyone established a party in which you are looking for members?
its the Parties of the CTSN not TVT first off, and secondly you can create your own party, just get 2 other nations to agree to create one and make a dispatch explaining your party and there goals and if the CC Approves the creation of the party, boom you have your own party
Yes, I know about the requirements, but I am awful at political organizing (at least in real life). My experience is putting out a request and having no one respond. I would rather join an existing party.
Well sadly no one has created a new party, except the Siberia Bloc which is the legal party of the Central Committee.
if only something would inspire other members to create new parties
Okay, I'll give it a shot. Is anyone interested in establishing a libertarian communist party? It would be open to anyone who identifies as a left libertarian, including Luxemburgists, libertarian Trotskyists, left anarchists/libertarian socialists, autonomists, council communists, and people who identify with any relevant tendency or current I might have left out.
What about pro reform moderate socialists?