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Regional Power: High

The Internationale contains 246 nations, the 93rd most in the world.

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The Most Primitive in The Internationale

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, The Internationale is ranked 23,307th in the world for Most Primitive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Land of Bobcat WoodCivil Rights Lovefest“But why?”
2.The People's Republic of LansataLiberal Democratic Socialists“Soon”
3.The Federal Republic of United FencesittersMoralistic Democracy“The spine is a waste of calcium.”
4.The United Socialist States of ErrotarCorrupt Dictatorship“We shall not give up, we will DIE with our FATHERLAND!”
5.The People's Republic of Malabar-CochinDemocratic Socialists“Workers of the World Unite!”
6.The Federal Republic of LlevantiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“La pau ens uneix”
7.The Protectorate of EstranastanPsychotic Dictatorship“Long live the king and the state of stranaestrada”
8.The Socialist Confederation of DetjavikstanLeft-wing Utopia“Workers of the world, unite!”
9.The People's Republic of ValglandPsychotic Dictatorship“Socialism, Unity, Progress!”
10.The Republic of Courelli in TIAnarchy“Nobilitatis virtus non stemma character”
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PART I: CHAPTER I: REBIRTH AND WAR

A young woman with a infant is in her home in the city of Neo Toyoko. It has been 3 years since the forceful Unification Wars of Neo Japan. She lead her forces since The Battle of New Hiroshima to the final battle of The Siege of Neo Toyoko. Her name is Mikasa Elizabeth Taro. She is the illegitimate daughter of the last Arch-Chancellor of the old Democratic Republic of the Neo Japanese State. Her father, the left-wing Darwin Taro tried all his best to keep the dying republic of Neo Japan afloat but right-wing parties refused and eventually murdered him and the majority of his allies diplomats after he discussed the possibility of a socialist coup on his own government. After his death, the Neo Japan area was split between more than five h

Mikasa was raised by an allied socialist nation who's leader raise her on politics and military tactics. She was told when she was eighteen about her true heritage of being Neo Japanese and the child of it's last A.-C. She then moved to the Socialist Republic of Kyoto where she studied politics and eventually became a leading colonel in their army. Here, she convinced the political leaders and even the city-state's allies to reunite Neo Japan under one banner. After 5 years of battling the right-wing states and peacefully absorbing the left-wing ones. Neo Japan was finally united once more, all at the age of 27. After that, she was the head of the People's Revolutionary Constitutional Council to draft the new constitution of the Socialist Republic of the Neo Japanese State.

She was offered the chance of running in the first national election for Arch-Chancellor but she declined. Instead becoming Supreme Grand Marshal of the People's Neo-Japanese Republican Army, the head of the armed forces. She then married an up and coming politician in the People's Parliamentary Assembly named Tadamori de la Krai, a member of the Republican Socialist Party. A left-wing to far-left political party that was quickly becoming more and more popular by the day. After dating for 2 year, she married Tadamori and soon fell pregnant. After nine months, she gave birth to her son, Charles Kazuo de Taro, now just four months old. She is taking the next few weeks as a chance to rest and relax and spend time with her child. Get away from the politics and military of being both the supreme general and married to a politician. It is nice.

'Ring! Ring! Ring!' Yells the telephone. Mikasa gets up to answer it.
"Hello?" Asks Mikasa.
"Honey, I got very upsetting news for you." Says Tadamori over the phone with stress in his voice.
"What happened?" Questions Mikasa.
"*breaths in* The Popular Social Democrats has proposed declaring war on Vayanskaya... " Says Tadamori with Mikasa almost having a heart attack.
"Wha'?- How?- Why?- Just... what?" Stutters Mikasa with both fury, surprise, and utter facepalming disbelief.
"Yeah I know. Apparently it has something to do with the fact that during the medieval ages, our two nations where at war over resources and territory and they won and we lost and it is just a bunch of petty nationalism and irredentism if you ask me. Not very surprising coming from the synthetic P.S.D." Scoffs and explains Tadamori.
"Please tell me this does not have that much-" Pleads Mikasa.
"It has popular support in the Assembly." Cuts off Mikasa.
"I hate life." Says Mikasa.
"Don't worry though, it might not have enough to pass in the People's Parliamentary Senate and could be struck down by the People's Republican Constitutional Tribunal." Assures Tadamori.
Mikasa pauses for a second before responding. "That's good. But still, I read about my father's career and this is similar to this. Just subtract economics and replace it with military and nationalism." Concerns Mikasa.
"Well have to wait and see. I recommend calling the other members of the High Republican Military Council just in case." Suggests Mikasa.
"Okay, I'll be right on my way." Says Mikasa before hanging up the phone.

She gives Charles over to one of her friends next door, Major Akira de Blau and hopes a train over towards the People's Hall where the military headquarters is in.

END OF CHAPTER I

American Xianggang wrote:My form of democratic socialism is allowing candidates to run for elections as socialists (and ONLY socialists). Their ideals must all be socialism so that socialism will keep its control over the government. I only allow elections because different viewpoints should be given for administration and the diversity of the country. I don't think it's what you think.

And what about the fact that your country is classified as "Democratic Socialists"?

I can't choose it lol

North East Northumbria wrote:It isn't 1917 anymore an armed uprising would justensure massive crack downs on leftist movements and a massive body count. Not to mention in first world countries abtaining the amount of arms necessary to even take over a city Hall would be impossible. More than likely the outcome of attempting such a thing would just give the right fodder to boslter their support by the public. I mean this did happen recently during the BLM protests.
Those protests as well as others are the reason the Conservative party is passing the anti riot bill in the Uk

I think you comparing the October Revolution to the BLM protests gives me enough insight on the level of your knowledge on revolutions. In the October Revolution a large part of the Imperial Army deserted to the Bolshevik side, and with the newly formed militias with captured guns, they were under the command of the Military-Revolutionary Commitee, which composed of ex-Imperial generals and commanders. You can google the deserted units, lots of people from the navy and the army started to join the working people on their side. I don't understand why you seem to think that the army is gonna be deaf to the cries of working people of their country. Especially in USA's case, most soldiers in the army are in the army because of student loans or other financial problems, they wouldn't give a second thought to desert when the time came to choose sides between the American people and the White House. I am not even talking about the countries that have forced drafts. Not every soldier is a killing machine without emotions, actually the amount of anti-war veterans have been rising too, even in the military, people are realizing the consequences of the wars they have been in. They are not loyal to the state, even though films and tv propaganda makes you want to think that.

Proletarian People wrote:I think you comparing the October Revolution to the BLM protests gives me enough insight on the level of your knowledge on revolutions. In the October Revolution a large part of the Imperial Army deserted to the Bolshevik side, and with the newly formed militias with captured guns, they were under the command of the Military-Revolutionary Commitee, which composed of ex-Imperial generals and commanders. You can google the deserted units, lots of people from the navy and the army started to join the working people on their side. I don't understand why you seem to think that the army is gonna be deaf to the cries of working people of their country. Especially in USA's case, most soldiers in the army are in the army because of student loans or other financial problems, they wouldn't give a second thought to desert when the time came to choose sides between the American people and the White House. I am not even talking about the countries that have forced drafts. Not every soldier is a killing machine without emotions, actually the amount of anti-war veterans have been rising too, even in the military, people are realizing the consequences of the wars they have been in. They are not loyal to the state, even though films and tv propaganda makes you want to think that.

Because being in the military to pay off student loans is not the same as being conscripted in a losing war in which you have no supplies, even food while your family is also starving back at home albeit much faster. The propaganda used on the military is far better today as well.
Failing an absolute economic crash were the majority of people are living in absolute squalor, Revolution will not happen. If these conditions were met it'd be a toss up between fascism or socialism on what'd be victorious. See Weirmar Germany.

North East Northumbria wrote:Because being in the military to pay off student loans is not the same as being conscripted in a losing war in which you have no supplies, even food while your family is also starving back at home albeit much faster. The propaganda used on the military is far better today as well.
Failing an absolute economic crash were the majority of people are living in absolute squalor, Revolution will not happen. If these conditions were met it'd be a toss up between fascism or socialism on what'd be victorious. See Weirmar Germany.

If you didn't know, October Revolution was not the only socialist revolution in the world. There were other revolutions that had more comfortable conditions, but the working people were victorious nonetheless. They didn't have failing economies, they didn't have starvation, they didn't have an active war. Revolution is not like some bad job where you need to meet the requirements and qualify for. It can happen anywhere and it will happen everywhere. How can you be so sure that you say "Revolution will not happen." with absolute confidence. If everyone was like you, no revolutions would happen.
"The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall." -Che Guevara

Proletarian People wrote:If you didn't know, October Revolution was not the only socialist revolution in the world. There were other revolutions that had more comfortable conditions, but the working people were victorious nonetheless. They didn't have failing economies, they didn't have starvation, they didn't have an active war. Revolution is not like some bad job where you need to meet the requirements and qualify for. It can happen anywhere and it will happen everywhere. How can you be so sure that you say "Revolution will not happen." with absolute confidence. If everyone was like you, no revolutions would happen.
"The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall." -Che Guevara

Name a successful revolution that didn't take place in places with squalid conditions for the workers and peasants

North East Northumbria wrote:Name a successful revolution that didn't take place in places with squalid conditions for the workers and peasants

American Revolution? Or are we talking about communism or socialism revolutions?

Nekkko wrote:American Revolution? Or are we talking about communism or socialism revolutions?

Only socialist revolutions. There have been nationalist and separatist revolutions since the dawn of civilisation, however they've not intigated by the working class nor due to the material conditions of the worst off in society

North East Northumbria wrote:Name a successful revolution that didn't take place in places with squalid conditions for the workers and peasants

The "Kanslergade" compromise of 1933 in Denmark resulted in a pretty damn good conditions for the workers and peasants.

Revolution? Well no, revolutionary? Well yes.

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Congratulations on the extraordinary efforts and achievements of the Cubans! Long live the revolution! Viva la revolución!

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