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Special edition of TCT - 2017 in review. Read it here!

It is that special time of year once again, where we all make our resolutions and enjoy the holidays, but it also marks the nearing of the end of yet another year for the whole of NS, but for none has it been more of a vast adventure for our Commonwealth this 2017. We have had experienced several momentous changes across the board, foreign and domestic, the next more grand the first; We have done it all, because of every single member and ally laboring our land and then some, for the common pursuit of ideas such as individuality, blind-justice, and freedom.

These universal themes which bind us are the reason we do what we do, the goal of our labor, and the fruit of our harvest. We plant the seeds of liberty to grow forth, to spur forth a land, a land for me, a land for you, and a land for us. To this year, we have acquired a great yield, success unparalleled and beyond the dreams of even the most optimistic, and today we meet with those who have shown us the road to this land of endless promise, of opportunity.

The Supreme Commonwealth have asserted ourselves in the geopolitical sphere, both through the execution of our shared ideals through our combined efforts and through the leadership of those who have stepped up against abuses by both defenders and raiders, defending small regions that can't do it themselves, and closer enemies, such as the Iron Order's new cult, by halting and containing the spread of ironically absurd propagandas. Today we welcome them, the first authors of our story, who have written to you this new-year's eve.





How do you think the Commonwealth fared this year? What were our successes and our mistakes?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

I think the SCUT fared very well this year. There were very few slip-ups I can recall among events like the 7 Hour "War" and establishing treaties with The Iron Order multiple times. New allies were made and many new regions joined. However, I do remember the Socialist Alliance of Eurasia being permanently lost after SCUT action there was requested. And while that should not be taken any less seriously, the Commonwealth has had many successes regardless.

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

I think the Commonwealth has fared rather well. A major success is the revamping of the government, while a mistake... Well I wouldn't call it a mistake. But a definite shortcoming would be a lack of activity to a certain degree.

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

You guys are getting popular. If I had Morris job, I'd shoot myself because I hate writing x^D

Ingloniania: Commander of the CDF, TNK CC Representative

Mistakes: trying to successfully establish another treaty with TIO if they broke the last one then what would make us think they would keep this one but hey hopefully it will work out.

Successes:Winning the Seven Hour War, & gaining our new territories.

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

I think overall the Commonwealth fared well. Very recently we've had some good publicity and lots of regions wanting to join, or ally with us. I think our biggest success was staying together. I think that it's pretty amazing how so many people from so many regions can work together and form something like SCUT. One mistake we made was liberating the region Tezde because it brought huge amounts of backlash which included the longtime enemy of SCUT, Sovietzkia.

Viscondy: Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

It succeeded in the areas of recruitment, intelligence and coping with crises. We handled ‘wars’ and conflicts well, but our most significant mistake was to develop a terrible reputation through the way we have referred to some of our operations. Whilst our administration and community evolved to be desirable, our attitudes to ‘wars’ have been naïve whilst our operations from there were effective.

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

Speaking from my personal point of view I would say that the Commonwealth fared incredibly well this year. That tends to happen when a group of like-minded individuals come together in friendship and peace. Of course this is speaking from my branch of SCUT command. I deal mostly with intelligence and tactic. As such I am mostly enthralled in activities pertaining to my office as SOD. I would dearly love to regale you with stories of success and mistake, but I know little outside of my office and every occurrence within my office is Need-To-Know. I leave you knowing that we have found ways to minimize mistake and maximize positive outcome.

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

2017, to my knowledge, was the first year of SCUT's existence so I must say it was indeed quite successful, from an outsider's perspective, at least. The Conventium views SCUT as a metaregion in its own right, something we rarely recognize.

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

I have seen the Commonwealth grow quite a bit this year; both in terms of membership and in terms of military successes, new programs, and constitutional changes. The biggest of these successes was probably the ability to create an extremely active and functional Congress. While it is great that we have developed our military so much, a military can not exist without strong leadership and cooperation. I have seen so much of that this year and truly believe this is the greatest success of the organization. Of course, we had our failures as well. Certain programs such as the passport program and the Project Seeker program have failed to gain as much traction as I had hoped. Additionally, while it is great that we do have a lot of active citizens in the organization, they still generally represent less than 15% of the regions' total populations.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

I think the Commonwealth fared quite well this year. We definitely had our ups and downs, though. I won't give a whole biography, but with our first mission in Tezde back in late February, we began to learn lessons on what the multiverse's movers and shakers thought of us. As we interacted with those outside of The Commonwealth more and more, we learned, grew, adapted, and overcame. We had a few incidents of security risks, and while I'm confident that those are solved, we're constantly assessing for a threat. We also had some people who joined us walk away for various personal reasons. We wished them no ill will but some have held grudges against us. Overall, we have our opponents, but, to paraphrase Winston Churchill, having enemies is good because it means we stand for something. And with the number of people who are supporting us - as both members and allies - I think it's fair to say we're standing for the right things.


What was the defining event of this year for SCUT?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

Two things come to mind: N-Day and the war of words with The Iron Order. The SCUT did exceptionally well during N-Day, peaking at 12th on the leaderboard. Considering how poorly we had done the year prior, this was a great improvement and made our presence known. Although we finished at 34th due to a massive bombardment from the Augustin Alliance, it means something when you're targeted by the top faction. As for the war of words, with many allies joining us in exposing The Iron Order and some dispatches even being among the top, this conflict definitely let more people know about the SCUT. Each dispatch was well written and shone some light on The Iron Order. And to think it all started with a "birthday gift".

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

I can't really think of a singular defining event, 2017 has been a year of highs and lows, successes and failures. But failures help successes as long as we learn from 'em.

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

I don't know exactly.

Ingloniania: Commander of the CDF, TNK CC Representative

Winning the 7 hour war. I’m a bit new here so i dont have much to compare it to.

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

I think the defining event of this year was the victory over The Iron Order. It got us a lot of publicity and some pretty good comics.

Viscondy: Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

This must still be the Tezde operation, because most of our subsequent history was formed by the aftermath and consequences of that. All of our enemies became hostile to us for reasons related to it, and the Commonwealth was shaped by the ensuing conflict.

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

Again my world as SOD feels very different from when I first entered S.C.U.T. Something I might call a “Defining event” is Need-To-Know while something somebody else might mention is completely different. “CT” has been very fun, for anybody involved in my office.

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

Its creation.

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

I think the most important and defining single event this year for the Commonwealth was the negotiations for a new peace treaty with The Iron Order. In doing this, we have at last finally ended most of our hostilities with them. It is important that our organization can remain at peace with as many regions and organizations as possible and this is just one step in doing this.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

It's hard to pin down a single defining event of the year for SCUT. Tezde was an obvious flashpoint, but so were our conflicts with The Iron Order. Our victory over the ULTI in the Seven Hour War is another notable accomplishment. For me, I don't quite think that there's a single event. We've had a great year and we're now going into a New Year with 2017 as background.


What is your stance on The Iron Order Borenzoists recent actions posturing against S.C.U.T as of late?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

I really don't have any good opinions regarding things like "SCUT invaded the Premier League of Liberal Nations" or "SCUT instigated the revolt in Canterbury". These baseless claims with little to no evidence just to slander us are always a pain, especially with The Iron Order never backing down from such a claim. I only hope that The Iron Order doesn't break the current peace we have with them (or us breaking the peace with them, in their terms) again. We won't necessarily have an ally, but We will have one less enemy and we can devote our time and resources to other things.

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

I have been on a sort of winter hiatus so I don't know much about it.

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

I would rather zip my mouth about anything concerning the Iron Order.

Ingloniania: Commander of the CDF, TNK CC Representative

I’m not surprised at all.

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

I think it's hilarious. Their response dispatches had no evidence to back up their claims. Everyone was always waiting for the next one to see their response. I love how they use comic sans too.

Viscondy: Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

I do not see TIO as a threat at the moment, but I loath it enough to support any action against it anyway. It’s recent ‘isolationist’ policy is openly temporary, but a good thing for people to whom it is hostile considering, based on the current state of affairs, that it may well take a very substantial duration of time to become ‘unified.’

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

It is no secret that I have never had a love for TIO let alone this recent affair. As for my current stance? I would sooner advance than shake hands with these nations. But let it not be mistake that I think The Iron order Borenzoists are a threat. Their posturing is little more than an annoyance. I personally believe we should make it clear that such action is not welcomed. But S.C.U.T is not in the business of attacking first. Like I said we came together to bring peace, not war.

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

The Borenzoist movement is not a threat in itself but merely a symptom of a global Parenthilus syndrome pandemic, something we at the UCR have been fighting against for a long while. The Iron Order as a region is a paper tiger or, more accurately, a paper rat; we have yet to see any significant actions from them, be it good or evil.

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

I see them as overly aggressive and at the same time improving. Let me explain this position. Though I believe their aggressive acts as of late are still bad, they are improving and have been improving since peace negotiations. I believe that if they realize that a lasting peace treaty will benefit them rather than harm them, they might stop these actions completely. I think they are realizing this, so this seems to be a step in the right direction.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

As far as their posturing goes, I say let them posture. The Japanese in 1946 hated the Americans with a passion, and now Japan and the US are close allies. I'm not insinuating that TIO & SCUT are looking to have an alliance, but I think that with their third surrender, they're finally getting the message that SCUT will not fall to them and we won't mess with them if they stay out of our way. They're in a position where they can't afford any more enemies since nearly everyone is against them, thanks to that post Angvaria made a while back. And if I know the Iron Order (which I do because I had a whole Spy Ring lay the foundation for it), I know that Hispanyo will have the ultimate say of things, which would mean that we're good since he's been on his best behavior lately.


What would say is your favorite part of 2017?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

My favorite part of 2017 was Canterbury joining the SCUT back in June. Joining the Commonwealth let me see that our region could do more and become more. With so many new allies Canterbury could actually become a player on the international stage. We were still allies, but I yearned to join again. We eventually elected to rejoin, and we've been able to do much more. As a Congressional Representative I've voted on many resolutions and even become WA Committee Chair. In short, discovering the SCUT allows not just me, but Canterbury as a whole to accomplish more.

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

My favorite part of 2017 would be the boom in project seeker, I think it's awesome for us as a people to create our universe as we wish it to be.

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

It ending :^D

Ingloniania: Commander of the CDF, TNK CC Representative

TNK joining SCUT of course!

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

My favorite part of the year was during the summer when we did the CDF missions. Too bad most of them failed.

Viscondy: Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

The Socialous predicament for aesthetic reasons.

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

I enjoyed all of 2017 as it just sorta flew past. I love my work and lost track of time. I couldn’t possibly try to pick a favorite.

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

I would mention two significant events, the signing of the Treaty of Yukki in early September and the establishment of a personal union between the UCR and Dawn in the middle of December.

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

Probably the best part of 2017 for me has been taking on a leadership role in SCUT. Before taking on this role, I took SCUT far less seriously and was much less involved. I saw the organization as just a small part of our region and didn't do much for the organization. When I took on the leadership role though, I saw there was a lot more to the organization than I had ever thought and it made me want to be both more active and it made me take the organization more seriously. I saw how amazingly vast the affairs of SCUT had become and realized how beneficial it was for my region to be in the organization.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

I think my favorite part of 2017 was probably when we had our first spy ring infiltrate The Iron Order right after Tezde. It was actually that operation which laid the framework for the foundation of the Commonwealth Intelligence Service (better known as SpyOps). This happened a while ago so it's declassified, which means I can talk all about it. Basically, we sent operatives in, got high positions, and flooded TIO with agents. It got to a point where about half of TIO was loyal to SCUT. That ended our first conflict quite quickly and instilled a paranoia of spies that they carry to this day (hence the vetting document they have on their WFE). But that was all a long time ago and I look forward to having peace with The Iron Order in 2018.


Would you say that 2017 was a good year for the Commonwealth?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

I would say 2017 was definitely a good year for the Commonwealth. The SCUT has seen much growth over the year. The SCUT Media Division was created, Project Seeker was created, and even The Commonwealth Times began during 2017. Like stated above, many new regions joined, many new allies were made, many military operations succeeded, and many wars were won.

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

I would like to hope so, we have gained many allies, and triumphed over enemies. So yeah, I believe it was a good year.

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

Yes.

Ingloniania: Commander of the CDF, TNK CC Representative

Yes, I would say that 2017 was a great year for the Commonwealth

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

Yes I would.

Viscondy: Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

No, I would not generalise our first year as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ because it depends on one’s perspective. I could say that it was bad because of the controversial reputation that we acquired, but at least we have a reputation and a large domain, unlike most attempted political organisations on Nation States. I could say that it was good because SCUT seems to be an attractive community even to our enemies, but we are only attractive to nations of certain roots, namely fascist and/or insignificant ones.

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

2017 has been a fantastic year for the Commonwealth. We’ve made new friends and pulled successful operations. This year has been very kind to the Commonwealth, in ways that assure that even bad years will not be terrible.

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

It was.

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

Definitely. I think this question is answered in #1 though.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

I think that my previous answers would sum that up. But to explicitly answer that question: Yes, 2017 was a great year for us. We obviously had our follies, but we surpassed them. We grew. We learned. We adapted. We prospered. As of 12/22/2017, we're 32 regions strong - not counting our allies like The Holy Reich of Bunicken, Dawn, Kaiserreich, and the Union of Confederate Regions.


What are your thoughts and opinions of the approaching new year, 2018?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

In 2018, we'll be starting off the year larger and stronger. We'll have more allies and we'll be more well known. I have no doubt that the SCUT will fare as well, if not, better than it did this year. I have high hopes for next year, and I have few doubts that the Commonwealth will deliver.

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

I would like to say that I enjoy my role in the Commonwealth, I hope 2018 will be more awesome than this year, more growth, more seeker entries, more interaction between everyone.

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

FINALLY. I just got a new apartment, I'm gonna turn 16 and maybe get a damn job…

Ingloniania: gaining new allies recruiting new territories and possibly even provinces!

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

I feel that as long as we learn from our mistakes, 2018 could be a really good year for us. So far the recent months of 2017 have been really good so if we can keep this up, 2018 will be awesome.

Viscondy:Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

Other than what was implied by my earlier responses regarding what I might term a romanticised outlook (which probably will not change,) my belief that we could be more efficient and organised (basically “active”) is already being operated on.

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

If 2017 has been any indication of the year to come, then we might have our best year yet in 2018. S.C.U.T has been prospering on the political field and we have made many new friends. If next year is like 2017 then we can expect to see S.C.U.T grow even larger while bringing more friends into the circle of trust that is our foreign policy.

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

The times always remain the same in the sense they are ever changing. I am sure 2018 will bring us all a lot of joy and force us to pay for it with tear rivers like all the years before it.

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

I don't have any particular opinions of 2018 as it obviously is not here yet but I do have thoughts about it. I hope to increase all regions' participation in SCUT, I would like to further our diplomatic relationships with entities such as UCR, and I would like to formalize my passport program and make it actually be used in regions who would benefit from it.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

Well I'm already actively working with the Imperial Council to implement some administrative reforms that will make things run smoother and get more people involved in our leadership structure. We'll begin to have a more compartmentalized system with each sector working to a different part of the same end - the advancement of The Commonwealth. I think that with all of our previous experience from 2017, we can build even higher and grow even more in 2018. If we have 32 regions now, I wouldn't put it past us to be close to triple digits by the end of 2018, though one can only hope.


Do you have any final words for the Commonwealth before we say goodbye to 2017?

New Legland: WA Committee Chair, Canterbury CC Representative

We have grown a great deal since 2016, and we will continue to grow through 2018. Today, we look upon the past Commonwealth as small and non-influential, and hopefully that is how we will look upon the present Commonwealth as 2018 comes to a close. This does not make our past successes less significant, as each year was the foundation we laid on which we now stand. And I definitely hope that this year is one of the firmest of those foundations. So, to 2017, I say thank you as I welcome the new year with open arms.

Z0mb13: Homelands CC Representative

HAPPY NEW YEARS EVERYONE, MAKE AN AWESOME 2018!!!!!!

PlEaSe UnDeRstAnd: Neutral Foreign Observer

My final words aaaaaaaare.... "Farvel year ro an raven".

Ingloniania: Commander of the CDF, TNK CC Representative

Yes I do: Happy new year to all of SCUT!

Pokemanland: President of The Commonwealth

We are Savages. We are always Lit. We Are Powerful. We prank people. We Love Team 10. We love Bizzarkvark. We are JakePaulers.

Viscondy: Speaker of the Commonwealth Congress, Homelands CC Representative

Nothing else.

Titopea: Director of The Commonwealth Intelligence Service

To the Commonwealth. I’ve never been more proud to be part of an alliance. We are all truly friends here and we all seek the same goal. We all seek peace. I trust you all like no others. We are strong together as nothing tears friends apart. We shall enter 2018 strong and united, can’t wait to see you there. Thank you and good night!

Langor Empire: Foreign Ally

Loyalty, Discipline, Resolve

Renegalle: Prime Minister of The Commonwealth

Goodbye to the old year and hello to a new year for SCUT! I hope for this new year to be full of successes for the organization and our allies and for the readers of this publication to enjoy themselves in the new year.

Morriband: Founder & Emperor of The Commonwealth

I do have some words, as a matter of fact. I want to say Thank You - to our allies, our supporters, even our enemies. But most importantly - I want to thank our citizens. Each and every Commonwealth Citizen - whether they barely say hi on our discord or whether they're one of my go-to officers that have helped with our operations at the highest levels of secrecy, whether they've been involved since before Tezde or just joined in the last few days - every single one has played an important role in getting us to where we are today. Our citizens got us here to where we are. They are the ones who believed in our ideals and our cause. They're the ones that carried out the missions. To the People of The Commonwealth - Thank you for sticking with us and I hope to have you around for another year in 2018. Our allies and supporters have played their roles with military and diplomatic aid, helping us to create unified fronts and advance common interests & goals. To our friends abroad, I want to thank you for your cooperation and support with us through our various (mis)adventures. And to our enemies: you may hate us, you may have spite, hostility, resentment, or bitterness in your hearts towards us, but I still want to thank you. You provided us with the challenge to stand up for our ideals. Our conflicts have only increased the resolve and prestige of The Commonwealth. To our enemies, I want to say two things: Thank You for providing us with the chance to stand up for our values; and while I am thankful for this, I still do not wish to go into the New Year with hostilities. If any of our foes wish to have a ceasefire/nonaggression treaty signed with us, I am willing to begin talks. And to everyone, I would like to say this: we may not all get there at the same time, but I will see you all in 2018, with a new Congress, a reformed administrative team, and the willingness to continue this exponential growth curve we've found ourselves on. Happy New Year!


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Read all about it and Happy New Year!

- We've the December LCRUA Times
- The new Force Flyer
- A delicious Breakfast Courier
- The Khan Times declares that the Royal Order are not your enemies
- A devilishly good Hell's Bells: You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch
- The Union Times Christmas Special
- The Commonwealth Times says farewell to 2017
- And 14 years on: How did Francos Spain take over the Pacific?

Crepes with strawberries and whipped cream for everyone! Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone. as for my thoughts on the Last Star Wars movie ever made? Well, trying to forget about it haha.

Happy New Year, guys. Hopefully you all had a good holiday.

I liked the new Star Wars movie. Probably more than the prequels and The Force Awakens. Except they killed off one of the best characters of the saga, so that was disappointing.

Oh no, not Cstdlib! He was the heart and soul of this region.

But seriously, we just lost two of our bigger nations within a week.

So has anyone seen any good movies lately? Or any that are so terrible, they're worth mentioning?

Aww :( and I have nothing but contempt for disney wars haha.

Anything besides that?

Read All About It! This week:
- We're now listing The Rejected Times
- We've a fresh Union Times
- The new Virtuous Times
- A bad day at the Euro Gazette

Elsewhere:
- Sharpen your pen for the Interregional Writing Contest
- And play ♠♥Sands Hold'em ♦♣ at The Sands

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