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Most Nations: 21st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 72nd Most Compassionate Citizens: 776th+21
Nicest Citizens: 814th Largest Welfare Programs: 858th Most Inclusive: 1,011th Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,127th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,196th Best Weather: 1,382nd Most Pacifist: 1,462nd Most Rebellious Youth: 1,519th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,553rd Most Secular: 1,555th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,624th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,629th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,632nd Most Cultured: 1,744th Smartest Citizens: 1,808th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,849th Healthiest Citizens: 1,924th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,964th Most Income Equality: 2,058th Longest Average Lifespans: 2,064th Largest Governments: 2,104th
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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

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    Solidarity Pact of the NSLeft

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    Charter and Code of Conduct of The Internationale

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    Map of the Internationale

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    Posting on the Regional Message Board

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    Translations of comrade

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    Left list

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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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Regional Power: High

The Internationale contains 571 nations, the 21st most in the world.

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The Most Influential in The Internationale

World Census experts spent many evenings loitering in the corridors of power in order to determine which nations were the greatest international diplomacy heavyweights.

As a region, The Internationale is ranked 4,503rd in the world for Most Influential.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Circle of FreienLeft-wing Utopia“Qui Tacet, Consentit”
2.The Fash Bashers of AarnoniaLeft-wing Utopia“Equality, freedom and the people!”
3.The Revolutionary Communes of World Anarchic UnionLeft-wing Utopia“El Pueblo Unido Jamas Sera Vencido”
4.The People's Communes of SolentLeft-wing Utopia“Omnia Sunt Communia”
5.The Forbidden Planet of Burninati0nLeft-wing Utopia“If not now, when? ”
6.The Federal Socialist Republic of Asturies-LlionLeft-wing Utopia“Peace and work”
7.The Solidarity Movement of Attempted SocialismLiberal Democratic Socialists“Workers of the World, Unite!”
8.The Socialist Republic of MinahasaLeft-wing Utopia“Si Tou Timou Tumou Tou”
9.The Soviet Socialist Republic of LeninistadtDemocratic Socialists“All power to the soviets!”
10.The Union of Soviet Republics of UklatvoloskLeft-wing Utopia“Ne plu devoj sen rajtoj”
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Regional Poll • What is your favorite Leftist song?

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Triska wrote:Maybe it's strange, but I prefer rock leftist music instead of classic. As a Russian, I can recommend Lumen. Also there is one more nice song by Lev Leshchenko which Google translates as "And Again Fight Continues". :P
In English, in my opinion, the best song is by Nickleback "When we stand together". Love it very much.
And as well, there is a very nice French singer Keny Arkana with song "La rage".
I suppose, these are the best songs today.


La rage is a good song. Nickelback though...

Aarnonia, Freien, and Anarchist Ionian Islands

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Can someone endorse me? I need to endorsements to submit a proposal to the world assembly

The groundtopian fort state wrote:Can someone endorse me? I need to endorsements to submit a proposal to the world assembly

You are not allowed to ask for endorsements.

Freien

I am very curious about your opinion of the leaders of the Cuban revolution (mostly about Che and Camilo Cienfuegos). As a Latin American I feel extremely proud about it, and I always found myself moved by the fight against dictatorships. But I have noticed that in some countries people hate it, and I want to know your opinions

Argentin4 wrote:I am very curious about your opinion of the leaders of the Cuban revolution (mostly about Che and Camilo Cienfuegos). As a Latin American I feel extremely proud about it, and I always found myself moved by the fight against dictatorships. But I have noticed that in some countries people hate it, and I want to know your opinions


Good, but the right always gets into the worst of those characters to the point of manipulating them; they say for example that Che was homophobe, racist (without context), that he liked to kill and that he used a Rolex which actually was useful for its special characteristics in the guerrilla.

Criticism comes from anarchists who think that since they wanted a kind of statism, then they're instantly bad.
Another criticism comes from MLs like Hoxha who call those guerrillas adventurist or they call the Foco theory useless compared to People's Protracted War.
From some leftcoms, they'd call him nationalist, not only for theory, but for wanting to act in such a little territory that according to them would allow socialdemocracy or state capitalism but not socialism. Also they'd call him opportunist when it's just a war for liberation not inspired directly by the ideology (other leftcoms would think this is the right path).

Asturies-Llion, Aarnonia, Ayanka, Anarchist Ionian Islands, and 1 otherArgentin4

Askietic wrote:Good, but the right always gets into the worst of those characters to the point of manipulating them; they say for example that Che was homophobe, racist (without context), that he liked to kill and that he used a Rolex which actually was useful for its special characteristics in the guerrilla.

Criticism comes from anarchists who think that since they wanted a kind of statism, then they're instantly bad.
Another criticism comes from MLs like Hoxha who call those guerrillas adventurist or they call the Foco theory useless compared to People's Protracted War.
From some leftcoms, they'd call him nationalist, not only for theory, but for wanting to act in such a little territory that according to them would allow socialdemocracy or state capitalism but not socialism. Also they'd call him opportunist when it's just a war for liberation not inspired directly by the ideology (other leftcoms would think this is the right path).


He was nationalist for fighting for the liberation of Latin America and Africa ?
Also,what does mean an "andventurist" guerilla ?

Normancy wrote:down under by men at work

I come from a land down under...

Go AUSSIES

Like if you are also from Australia

Where should I introduce myself? On the forums or should I do it here on the board?

Avangard wrote:Where should I introduce myself? On the forums or should I do it here on the board?

Both are fine, the forum is better for a lengthy introduction. Also, join the Discord.

Freien and The Sri Lankan Communes

Askietic wrote:Good, but the right always gets into the worst of those characters to the point of manipulating them; they say for example that Che was homophobe, racist (without context), that he liked to kill and that he used a Rolex which actually was useful for its special characteristics in the guerrilla.

Criticism comes from anarchists who think that since they wanted a kind of statism, then they're instantly bad.
Another criticism comes from MLs like Hoxha who call those guerrillas adventurist or they call the Foco theory useless compared to People's Protracted War.
From some leftcoms, they'd call him nationalist, not only for theory, but for wanting to act in such a little territory that according to them would allow socialdemocracy or state capitalism but not socialism. Also they'd call him opportunist when it's just a war for liberation not inspired directly by the ideology (other leftcoms would think this is the right path).


Yeah I've seen countless articles stating that Che hated black people and was homophobic - despite the fact that he fought in Africa in an attempt to liberate people from European colonialist powers. Also there is literally no credible evidence that I have found to back up the homophobia claim, although many leftists of the era were homophobic (Stalin and Hoxha for example), and pretty much every western leader as well. Also I'm not sure how using a Rolex is contradictory or counter revolutionary in any way. By that logic the communist guerrillas who used American made M16 rifles are also contradictory.

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