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WA Delegate: The Holy Republic of Ariusgrad (elected )

Founder: Puan puri naduk

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Most Nations: 164th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 976th
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Mabuhay! All nations of the world, bearing any ethnicity, language, ideology, or religion, are welcome to join. New members are required to message our regional officers about their intent to join.
Maligayang pagdating! Welcome to the Philippines!
Mabuhay! Ipagbunyi ang tagumpay natin sa Marawi!

Founded in 2003, re-founded on January 17, 2011. The region was featured on April 10, 2011 and March 1, 2015.

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Embassies: Caer Sidi, Gay, Singapore, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Portugal, The Free Nations Region, Japan, South Pacific, International Debating Area, India, The Hole To Hide In, United States of India, 10000 Islands, Australia, The Socialist States of the Philippines, ASEAN REGION, and 2 others.League of Christian Nations, and Association of Liberal Democratic States.

Tags: Independent, Non-English, Libertarian, Featured, Religious, Founderless, Democratic, Eco-Friendly, Large, and Regional Government.

Regional Power: Moderate

Philippines contains 87 nations, the 164th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Extensive Civil Rights in Philippines

The citizens of nations ranked highly enjoy a great amount of civil rights, or freedoms to go about their personal business without interference or regulation from government.

As a region, Philippines is ranked 9,636th in the world for Most Extensive Civil Rights.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Disputed Territories of HyxxAnarchy“Carpe Diem”
2.The Federal Republic of BlihaAnarchy“We Will Endure”
3.The Queendom of IngelAnarchy“She walks in purity”
4.The Armed Republic of Unplannedland SailorsLeft-wing Utopia“We're kinda anarchist and we're on a nautical mission”
5.The Protectorate of LamandCivil Rights Lovefest“Greater, Larger, Bigger”
6.The Empire of UnderjawAnarchy“Alea jacta est”
7.The Republic of USS MerrimackAnarchy“Fight me USS Monitor”
8.The Republic of KonintiesAnarchy“Unity, Discipline, Work”
9.The Community of Blue WaveScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Oceans will rise”
10.The United Kingdom of Elfine1Civil Rights Lovefest“Gobble Gobble Wibble Wobble Do a Noodle Dance”
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Philippines Regional Message Board

Catholics and their adoration of Poong Nazareno...sadly, we don't see the same fervor on National Heroes' Day and Independence Day, sigh.

For some Filipinos  heroes are just names of streets and other places, a quote for speech, and characters for some role plays.

Ambeth Ocampo, referring to Rizal, is that his greates misfortune is that he's everywhere that's why he's nowhere. I guess it can also be applied to most of the heroes.

*greatest

But anyway it's the faith that they are currently adhering to.. Hopefully they can also commemorate  the significance of the contributions of these people although its far from religion.

This is the bane of our people where gods and supernatural are revered highly while Heroes are merely decorations. This is reflected in our film industry and our politics; the sense of nationalism as symbolized by the Philippine Flag is replaced with adoration of saints and crucifixes for the former, false promises and exaggerated claims for the latter.

Although we are a sovereign nation we still have the colonial mindset of depending too much to religion in order for our miseries to be remedied while not actually acting on it. Sort an explanation why some Filipinos venerates more the symbolisms of religion than the people acting for them or personally acting on/for it.

Ecnav Enitsuj wrote:*greatest

You can now edit your posts btw.

Greetings.

Secular State of the Philippines wrote:

You can now edit your posts btw.

Ay oo nga pala haha.. I forgot.

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