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The Internationale RMB

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Founder: The Ol' Confederated Communes of Proletaire

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Most Nations: 23rd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 124th Most Compassionate Citizens: 674th+25
Nicest Citizens: 710th Largest Welfare Programs: 753rd Most Inclusive: 866th Most Pacifist: 1,046th Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,083rd Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,092nd Best Weather: 1,235th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,330th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,341st Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,369th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,404th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,530th Smartest Citizens: 1,583rd Most Rebellious Youth: 1,596th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,611th Most Cultured: 1,612th Most Secular: 1,656th Healthiest Citizens: 1,674th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,812th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,826th Largest Governments: 1,828th Safest: 1,949th Highest Poor Incomes: 2,089th Highest Average Tax Rates: 2,095th Most Income Equality: 2,136th
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The Internationale is a broad alliance of anarchists, socialists, communists, and other left-wing players.

The Internationale opposes the exploitation and oppression of the people by the forces of capitalism, imperialism and fascism.


"The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Workers of the world, unite!"

"No real social change has ever come about without a revolution. Revolution is but thought carried into action."

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    Anti-Fascism, or, Why We Fight

    MetaReference by The international working class . 5,958 reads.

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    Charter and Code of Conduct of The Internationale

    BulletinPolicy by Proletaire . 545 reads.

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    Posting on the Regional Message Board

    BulletinPolicy by Autonomous Masses . 176 reads.

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    Solidarity Pact of the NSLeft

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    Member Regions of the NSLeft

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    Map of the Internationale

    BulletinNews by World Anarchic Union . 177 reads.

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    Presentation of the Hero of The Internationale [March 20, 2016]

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    Presentation of the Hero of The Internationale

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The Internationale contains 528 nations, the 23rd most in the world.

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The Safest in The Internationale

World Census agents tested the sharpness of household objects, the softness of children's play equipment, and the survival rate of people taking late walks to determine how safe each nation is to visit.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The People's Republic of Little WoodhouseLeft-wing Utopia“Whoever will be free must make themselves free”
2.The United Socialist States of DausessLeft-wing Utopia“We are the State.”
3.The Most Serene Republic of The Astral EternalsScandinavian Liberal Paradise“We are the souls of the stars”
4.The People's Communes of SolentLiberal Democratic Socialists“Omnia Sunt Communia”
5.The Transhuman Communist States of MinchioriaDemocratic Socialists“Sempre sopra di Essa!”
6.The Democratic Republic of CountriopiaDemocratic Socialists“Proletarians of all countries, unite!”
7.The Federated Communes of KalmykhiaDemocratic Socialists“We are the people!”
8.The Rogue Nation of MachadosLiberal Democratic Socialists“For economic and social equality”
9.The Democratic Socialist States of RhyvethLiberal Democratic Socialists“We do what we must because we can”
10.The Volksrepublik of ChirannisDemocratic Socialists“Wir sind die Morgenröte, Dämmerung einer neuen Zeit.”
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Hair Stylists train are trained longer than cops. I feel a lot safer getting a straight razor shave with a half drunk barber than I do interacting with a cop.

And on an unrelated note, there is a new repeal proposal up for vote in the GA. For those of you who vote on those but don't read the forums and stuff, you should know that the author of this repeal wishes to replace the target resolution with one that would provide protections for the unborn (eg. is a "pro-lifer"). The repeal is based on an intentional misreading of the target resolution. Just be aware if you are voting "for."

I will withdraw my vote "against" if the majority of TI nations continue to vote "for" this repeal. (And again express my disagreement with the majority opinion.)

On this note -- I know we hate discussion of in-game issues on the RMB, so that is enough of that.
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Mansuetus wrote:"Leftists" that think feeding the prison industrial complex through giving police more leeway on controlling the proletariat, is going to result in a net positive for the working class? Lol ok. Maybe if the police simultaneously gave up their assault weapons, or maybe there is licensing reminiscent of the process getting a car (as long as it's available to all income levels). But supporting the banning of specific firearms is essentially declawing the proletariat. And even then who is to say it will work, if it's enforced or if people even comply? It's just unlikely it will do anything but make it easier for the working class to be arrested or killed by our friendly neighborhood class traitors.

Something you're right about in theory.

But in actuality,
1) The major benefactors of the capitalist production and distribution of assault style weapons in the US are reactionary corporations and reactionary political groups that actively support "conservative" and even neo-fascist political positions, and
2) The vast majority of such weapons held by Americans are in the hands of white men who themselves hold reactionary views and are most willing to point those guns at the oppressed, not at their oppressors.

And so while I 100% agree with you in theory, there are special circumstances in the US that really change this picture.

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Burninati0n wrote:And on an unrelated note, there is a new repeal proposal up for vote in the GA. For those of you who vote on those but don't read the forums and stuff, you should know that the author of this repeal wishes to replace the target resolution with one that would provide protections for the unborn (eg. is a "pro-lifer"). The repeal is based on an intentional misreading of the target resolution. Just be aware if you are voting "for."

I will withdraw my vote "against" if the majority of TI nations continue to vote "for" this repeal. (And again express my disagreement with the majority opinion.)

On this note -- I know we hate discussion of in-game issues on the RMB, so that is enough of that.
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Something you're right about in theory.

But in actuality,
1) The major benefactors of the capitalist production and distribution of assault style weapons in the US are reactionary corporations and reactionary political groups that actively support "conservative" and even neo-fascist political positions, and
2) The vast majority of such weapons held by Americans are in the hands of white men who themselves hold reactionary views and are most willing to point those guns at the oppressed, not at their oppressors.

And so while I 100% agree with you in theory, there are special circumstances in the US that really change this picture.

"White" men. Describing other people after their skin colour (and even wrong) and not by personality or views sadly exists. Some people think they are superior if they have brighter skin and thus specifically have to point out the skin colour. It doesn't matter. Seriously if people wouldn't talk about it so much nobody would care, what their skin colour is. Everyone is making too much attention to what tone their skin has. It goes for all. "Liberals" always want to say we have to "protect" them, so the right always tries to vilify it and cries like a moron everywhere around that. Accepting and not caring whether you have brighter or darker skin is all you need to be equals. The second one is way easier tho. Thats what the DDR and the CCCP accomplished. Getting rid of stereotypes and making the people not care about their skincolour. Also the skin colour isn't "white". Compare the background of the discussion section to the skin colour. Neither am i "yellow" or "blacks" black. These superstitions come from the backwards colonial imperialism era, where some supremacist thugs wanted to be "superior" and spread this nonsense to justify them wanting to feel superior. Here you don't talk about skin colour, unlike in backwards America. Same goes for the term "race". It's absolutely disgusting. Africans and Europeans aren't different races. It also comes from the time, where people were insanely ignorant and didn't know much further from the sixty cousins from the own village. You could apply "race" for fantasy and it is probably supposed to be, but again supremacists and right wingers use this to hide their vile "racism"/supremacist complex.
A lot of people still use this term, just because they are used to use these yet offensive words.

You could say "dominant men that alienate persons with a different perceived skin tone", if you want to be prudish. I suppose that when burninati0n writes "white men", he means white men as oppressor in a global racist system.
Racism is still called racism even when there's nothing but one human race. It's not about race, it's about how capital exploits perceived differences between men and organize them. And I don't think it's acknowledging their point to use the word to pinpoint who in their system exploits whom. Furthermore, the term of "black" was used by collectivists anti-colonizations struggles, and by Franzt Fanon, for example, who was himself critical of the negritude ("nigg*rness") movement that settled for the word black.

On the issue of gun control, I think we should examine the tennets of arm production. In a strictly marxist point, the use of the gun (be it revolutionary) is not the only thing to consider. In a perfect (collectivist) world, arms are produced in order to meet the populations needs. In the world we have today, they are products of capitalists industries, be these industries state-owned: their workers have no say on the why of the production and how it is produced. The relations between many countries are warped by the economic necessity felt by their leaders to have arms production as a center.

Are Hippies Anarchists?

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Anarcho Syndicalist Korea wrote:Are Hippies Anarchists?

It depends on how one defines 'hippies'. Hippie culture certainly had some anarchist elements such as a skepticism of authority, an emphasis on freedom, and a rejection of the bourgeois culture in which they grew up. Nevertheless, I wouldn't consider most hippies anarchists in the respect that very few of them were ever steeped in anarchist theory and organization, though some communes were established in the US and in Europe.
There were, however, others in the 1960s counterculture who I would consider anarchists. These were known as the Yippies, and they took some of the aforementioned values and turned them into a political movement known as the 'New Left'. To be clear, not all Yippies were anarchists, nor were all particularly leftist. But there were significant anarchist, Marxist, and in France Maoist tendencies amongst some parts of the counterculture. Interestingly, these politically active students contributed to the upswell and revival of anarchism, especially in the United States because they took some of the counterculture ideals and turned them into the anti-war movement, feminist movement (this was at the tail-end of the counterculture), environmental movement, etc.
Historian James Joll once said that anarchism was no longer 'a serious political and social force.' Ironically, the hippies' sensibilities, despite they not being anarchists themselves, helped to revive the anarchist movement in the United States and prove him wrong. A new brace of anarchist thinkers like Sam Dolgoff, Murray Bookchin, and David Guerin emerged and some movements like the May 1968 events in France expressed anarchist elements. So in a roundabout way, hippies are related to anarchism but in my opinion not anarchists themselves

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