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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Naked Singularity of Losconia (elected )

Founder: The Supreme Sovereign Autocrat of Democritus Founder

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 59th Most Influential: 250th Most Nations: 538th+30
Largest Black Market: 657th Most Scientifically Advanced: 974th Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,040th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,105th Highest Economic Output: 1,135th Smartest Citizens: 1,230th Most Cultured: 1,308th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,315th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,448th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,568th Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,665th Highest Average Incomes: 1,681st Lowest Crime Rates: 1,684th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,700th Largest Governments: 1,727th Healthiest Citizens: 1,760th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,811th Most Subsidized Industry: 1,861st Highest Food Quality: 1,945th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 2,026th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 2,047th Most Developed: 2,198th Most Inclusive: 2,336th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 2,453rd Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 2,482nd Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 2,494th Largest Retail Industry: 2,521st Largest Welfare Programs: 2,537th Longest Average Lifespans: 2,547th Most Corrupt Governments: 2,636th
World Factbook Entry

Democritus: a sector of the FIRST INTERDIMENSIONAL FEDERAL REPUBLIC but mostly SAFETY AND SECURITY Uranium


IC Date:

Day: 21st or 22nd
Month: February
Year: 1991


A new decade of opportunity:

The Democritus Sun (IC news)


The 'Painful Peace' endures:


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Miscellaneous Works



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    Democritus Global GDP Index

    MetaReference by Lusophone . 92 reads.

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    1990 RP Map

    MetaReference by Anxiety Cafe . 943 reads.

  3. 18

    The Global Trade Fair, 2022

    MetaReference by Anxiety Cafe . 401 reads.

Embassies: Liberty Democratic Alliance, Callista, South Orkney, Aeterna Publicae, The Bar on the corner of every region, Dauiland, Philosophy 115, Commonwealth of Liberty, The Federal Republic, The Democratic Republic, Greater Middle East, Union of Allied States, Official European Union, Laraniem, Christmas, Institute of Cellulose, and 7 others.Just relax, The Aquarium, Reminated Euromean Republic, Kirinna, Mobius, The Pennsylvania Railroad, and UDCS puppet storage.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Anti-General Assembly, Anti-Security Council, Anti-World Assembly, Democratic, Featured, Human-Only, International Federalist, Map, Medium, Modern Tech, Monarchist, and 6 others.Neutral, Past Tech, Role Player, Social, Theocratic, and Totalitarian.

Regional Power: Moderate

Democritus contains 31 nations, the 538th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Fattest Citizens in Democritus

World Census takers tracked the sale of Cheetos and Twinkies to ascertain which nations most enjoyed the "kind bud."

As a region, Democritus is ranked 11,333rd in the world for Fattest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Lil piece of poopy cheeto of Anxiety CafeFather Knows Best State“Motto”
2.The Regional Trophy Gay of Grandes TerresInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Liberté, égalité, fraternité, baguetté”
3.The Lunar Lord of Novyy StristiaCapitalizt“Twice the double, pride the fall.”
4.The Loving Couple of -One-TruePairingNew York Times Democracy“Lumity”
5.The Federal Republic of Federal PacificaNew York Times Democracy“Semper In Memoria, Numquam Iteram”
6.The Supreme Sovereign Autocrat of Democritus FounderIron Fist Consumerists“Autocracy and Diplomacy”
7.The Cooler Lad of The Pacific FederationInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Sovereignty, Stability, Unity”
8.The Holy Empire of JellyfishInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Democritus, fear mee”
9.The Checkmate Solarites of British Home NationsNew York Times Democracy“Dieu et mon droit.”
10.The Kalmar Union of Imperialist SwedenLeft-wing Utopia“In Earth, we trust.”
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Democritus Regional Message Board

Fregantes Empire wrote:Snip

Without trying to apply culturalism parallelism, I am reminded of the verse from the Irish Easter Proclamation of 1916 -

''The Republic guarantees religious and civil liberties, equal rights and equal opportunities to all its citizens, and declares its resolve to pursue the happiness of the whole nation equally, and oblivious to the differences carefully fostered by an alien government .''

I think one can't fault any ideology proposed to manage a Kurdish state, until such a state exists - the Irish didn't have one for 800 years, and the Kurds are in a similar boat. Rojava seems to be doing fine, the only exception being that it is likely going to have to negotiate autonomy within Assad's Syria precisely because of the Turks.

Democritus Founder wrote:All enemies of the Sun King will be exiled to The Aquarium. Should they survive the Jellyfish, they will be free to express thought contrary to autocratic tradition.

Long live the Sun King.

Stalin's Purges: A History

i set my VPN to Japan trying to bypass an SME block on a youtube video (didn't work) and now I am exploring the absolute alien hellscape that is Youtube Japan.

Losconia wrote:i set my VPN to Japan trying to bypass an SME block on a youtube video (didn't work) and now I am exploring the absolute alien hellscape that is Youtube Japan.

Youtube isn't necessary, that's just Japan.

Nowa Polonie wrote:Youtube isn't necessary, that's just Japan.

WHE-WHE-WHERE ARE THE SUBTITLES!!

Losconia wrote:WHE-WHE-WHERE ARE THE SUBTITLES!!

Subs > Dubs

“There is one thing I like about the Poles—their language. Polish, when it is spoken by intelligent people, puts me in ecstasy. The sound of the language evokes strange images in which there is always a greensward of fine spiked grass in which hornets and snakes play a great part. I remember days long back when Stanley would invite me to visit his relatives; he used to make me carry a roll of music because he wanted to show me off to these rich relatives. I remember this atmosphere well because in the presence of these smooth−tongued, overly polite, pretentious and thoroughly false Poles I always felt miserably uncomfortable. But when they spoke to one another, sometimes in French, sometimes in Polish, I sat back and watched them fascinatedly. They made strange Polish grimaces, altogether unlike our relatives who were stupid barbarians at bottom. The Poles were like standing snakes fitted up with collars of hornets. I never knew what they were talking about but it always seemed to me as if they were politely assassinating some one. They were all fitted up with sabres and broad−swords which they held in their teeth or brandished fiercely in a thundering charge. They never swerved from the path but rode rough−shod over women and children, spiking them with long pikes beribboned with blood−red pennants. All this, of course, in the drawing−room over a glass of strong tea, the men in butter−colored gloves, the women dangling their silly lorgnettes. The women were always ravishingly beautiful, the blonde houri type garnered centuries ago during the Crusades. They hissed their long polychromatic words through tiny, sensual mouths whose lips were soft as geraniums. These furious sorties with adders and rose petals made an intoxicating sort of music, a steel−stringed zithery slipper−gibber which could also register anomalous sounds like sobs and falling jets of water.”

- Henry Miller, Sexus

Nowa Polonie wrote: snip

Of course. Such a state would have to save its internal differences and evolve it's self organisation accordingly anyway. I was just saying that there's no ingenious idea behind Öcalan's proposal (btw, his surname literally means "revenge taker/ avenger").

I am personally curious to see how an independent Kurdish state would (or inevitably will?) fare. Northern Iraq is still a promising story, and now that the YPG in Syria is not only armed but also a non-disposable actor, we are bound for interesting developments.

For Turkey, a Kurdish independence is actually not a popular idea in the Kurdish community (shocking I know), but already they are an important player in the anti-Erdoğan consensus/coalition building, albeit mostly behind the curtains.

We are at the precipice of a Kurdish century. And in Turkey, I hope it will help in the development of a more pluralistic and democratic society.

Fregantes Empire wrote:We are at the precipice of a Polish century.

Democritus 1920s RP, ancient lore

Nowa Polonie wrote:God I love wine

il vino

la bevande degli dei

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