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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad (elected )

Founder: The Holy Kingdom of Zombies of Puan Puri Naduk

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Most Nations: 236th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 516th Nudest: 1,199th
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Pinagpala ang bayan na ang Diyos ay ang Panginoon.
Mabuhay! All nations of the world, bearing any ethnicity, language, ideology, or religion, are welcome to join.
Maligayang pagdating! Welcome to the Philippines!

Founded in 2003, re-founded on January 17, 2011. The region was featured on April 10, 2011 and March 1, 2015.
Urgent! All available WA members, please endorse our beloved President and Delegate, The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad

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Officers appointed. Let us all defend our motherland!
Our beloved President and Delegate has been serving the region since January 31, 2012.

Bagong rehiyon. Bagong bansa.


Embassies: The Socialist States of the Philippines, Assembly of Nations, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Nationalist Commonwealth of Free Regions, The League of Conservative Nations, United Republic of Sovereign States, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, World Space Administration, Non Aligned Movement, Scandinavia, Taiwan, Gay, Portugal, The Philippine Union, and 1 other.Kingdom Of Austria.

Tags: Eco-Friendly, Democratic, Independent, Featured, Large, Liberal, Pacifist, and Neutral.

Regional Power: Moderate

Philippines contains 59 nations, the 236th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Primitive in Philippines

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed to the unknowable will of animal-based spirit gods.

As a region, Philippines is ranked 14,694th in the world for Most Primitive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Jingoistic Trinity of Christian State of the PhilippinesIron Fist Consumerists“In nomini Patri, et Filli, et Spiritu Sancti”
2.The Province of CaviteMoralistic Democracy“Dangal at Pag-ibig sa Bayan”
3.The Kingdom of BranstarkiaFather Knows Best State“I see you.”
4.The Federation of Mystical Land of EncantadiaFather Knows Best State“Ivo Live, Encantadia”
5.The Principality of EstanzuelaDemocratic Socialists“La Muy Leal Y Noble”
6.The Most Serene Republic of HyvaCompulsory Consumerist State“My kingdom for a horse!”
7.The Queendom of Christine MendozaIron Fist Consumerists“All for Christine Mendoza!”
8.The Island Garden City of SamalMoralistic Democracy“The Island Garden City of Samal”
9.The Commonwealth of Servus Servorum DeiDemocratic Socialists“Blue skies, warm sun, paradise on earth”
10.The Federation of Ilo-iloCapitalist Paradise“The Most Loyal and Noble”
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The Imperial Union of Emperyo wrote:On the same note, no one celebrates the founding of the Katipunan, another revolutionary institute.


Lipservice celebrations that mean nothing. The status quo wants it to remain the same. Who.wants change when you are benefiting from the current set up?

The Dream of Jose Maria Sison wrote:Two probable reasons:
1.) Rizal is placed in a pedestal that he has become unrelatable to Filipinos, especially students. We teach his life and his supposed heroism, we sometimes forget that he is human. He is a face on our coins, a big avenue, a brand of matchsticks, but in the imagination of people he is as human a cold block of marble standing on the plaza grounds.
2.) Rizal is bourgeois and his reformist advocacies reflect his social class. He does not want to replace the status quo during his time, he wants to fix it; convenient because his social class partially benefits from the status quo. The revolutionaries, gaining nothing from the status quo, wants to abolish it and replace it with something that favors the lower classes. Rizal did not agree to this, seeing the revolutionary movement as counterproductive to his advocacies.
His love for his country is undeniable, but he is betrayed by his social class through his reformist tendencies. Reform, however, is useless when the enemy is entrenched politically and economically. His death because a rallying cry for revolutionaries, but it rang empty because he on the first place was never in their favor.


Does this mean I'm the only one who watches the movie Rizal during his honorary day? Pashneya naman tong mga kalahi ko.

Ecnav Enitsuj, Hastiaka, and Mystical Land of Encantadia

Hello/Avisala,
Are you all Filipino here in the region. I just think that everyone here is not all Filipino. By the way, those who are Team GMA or Kapuso, maybe you have heard of that telefantasia, Encantadia. I made this nation in the name of my addiction to such phenomenal series since 2005. Seriously, I have only just watch one episode and I am impressed with the plot. So, thank you for accepting me in your region. Avisala Eishma and Avisala Meiste.
(Thank You and Goodbye)

Hastiaka

The Republic of Fuga Federation wrote:
I agree that the country must move on but any agreement with these political dinasours must be subject to plebiscite like what has been done in Colombia.


The old guard 'dinosaurs' are giving way to new blood with a focus on social emancipation. Nobody can deny the need for genuine land reform, pro-labor reforms and social welfare.

The United Socialist States of Cebu Collective wrote:The old guard 'dinosaurs' are giving way to new blood with a focus on social emancipation. Nobody can deny the need for genuine land reform, pro-labor reforms and social welfare.


I just hope these so called 'old guards' should realize by now that they are not messiahs as self designated as such. After all they dont have the monopoly of supposed solving the sociopolitical problems you have mentioned. Solving these issues in a purely dialectic paradigm does not work and in fact counterproductive as history have shown us. To say the least it is a simplistic methodology in a very complex society. It only works in the confine of classrooms or in the mind of armchair political theorists.
Luckily we have seen the start of wiser leftists joining the legitimate political process. I am reminded of what one communist have said: "the greatest enemy of our cause are the reactionary socialists." As they say you can kill a bad idea by offering a better idea.
On second thought it may not be a bad idea after all just to forego this charade called "peace talks" and let them die in a natural death.

Folks,

It is nice inviting all of you to read my factbook as one of the efforts to disseminate information and campaign awareness to correct years of historical injustice to the Filipino civilization in the Kalayaan Islands Territory and Sabah under illegal occupation by various foreign states.

Mabuhay!

The Federation of Mystical Land of Encantadia wrote:Hello/Avisala,
Are you all Filipino here in the region. I just think that everyone here is not all Filipino. By the way, those who are Team GMA or Kapuso, maybe you have heard of that telefantasia, Encantadia. I made this nation in the name of my addiction to such phenomenal series since 2005. Seriously, I have only just watch one episode and I am impressed with the plot. So, thank you for accepting me in your region. Avisala Eishma and Avisala Meiste.
(Thank You and Goodbye)


Nope sorry. I hate the fighting choreography, hate the dialogue, hate the story, hate the graphics and exaggerated costumes. Nothing much has changed since the first show. Unimpressed. 2/10. +1 for effort.

Mulawin is the one worthy of revival.

Estanzuela

Pit Senyor!

Mobile phone networks disabled coverage for 2 days which was crappy. But otherwise, street party. :)

The Republic of Fuga Federation wrote:I just hope these so called 'old guards' should realize by now that they are not messiahs as self designated as such. After all they dont have the monopoly of supposed solving the sociopolitical problems you have mentioned. Solving these issues in a purely dialectic paradigm does not work and in fact counterproductive as history have shown us. To say the least it is a simplistic methodology in a very complex society. It only works in the confine of classrooms or in the mind of armchair political theorists.
Luckily we have seen the start of wiser leftists joining the legitimate political process. I am reminded of what one communist have said: "the greatest enemy of our cause are the reactionary socialists." As they say you can kill a bad idea by offering a better idea.
On second thought it may not be a bad idea after all just to forego this charade called "peace talks" and let them die in a natural death.


Nobody from the Left presumes to have a monopoly of good ideas. The old guard has been admonished before a lot of times over wrong ideas and out of it came good ones. The old guard must give way to current realities that might have been unimaginable a few years back, but the new leaders should also learn from the vast experience of their elders.

Nowhere is national industrialization in the economic plans of the mainstream policy makers, nor is labor emancipation, knowing for a fact that the neoliberals are dogmatically focused on market action at the expense of social welfare. Case in point: SSS.

The peace talks are necessary to assimilate the interest of the marginalized majority into the mainstream. Without it, we will be reduced to siding with one faction of the elite against another, not realizing that the majority has and should be conscious of its own interests, hence protect it against those who want to use it for their own benefit.

The old guard from the Underground Left were offered government seats with the new administration. If they were only after power, all they had to say was yes. They did not. They instead encouraged the Legal Left to work with the government (DSWD, DAR, and NACP) to show to everyone what the Left is all about.

145 years of Cavite Mutiny today: http://history-ph.blogspot.com/2014/12/mutiny-philippines-january-mutiny.html

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