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Embassies: Lazarus, the South Pacific, Taijitu, Capitalist Paradise, Wintreath, Mordor, Renegade Islands Alliance, The Independent Order, International Northwestern Union, The Coalition of Democratic Nations, The New Commonwealth Society, Osiris, The FRA, The East Pacific, The North Pacific, Balder, and 50 others.the West Pacific, 10000 Islands, Atlantis, The Cuckoos Egg, Equilism, Gay, Global Right Alliance, Lone Wolves United, The Moon, Nasicournia, Nederland, One big Island, The Skeleton Army, Spiritus, United Kingdom, Unknown, The Well, Warzone Europe, The Republic Nations, Right to Life, Peoples Federation of Qandaristan, Illuminati, Eos, Hell, Australia, Hippy Haven, Europe, Yggdrasil, Warzone Africa, Texas, Philosophy 115, Equinox, Vvardenfell, Space Sector RPRA, Canada, Sirius3108, Anarchy, The Allied States, Terrene, International Democratic Union, India, Portugal, Westphalia, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Warzone Airspace, Warzone Asia, Warzone Australia, belgium, Singapore, and The Order of the Grey Wardens.

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Regional Power: Very High

The Rejected Realms contains 3,062 nations, the 10th most in the world.

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The Highest Foreign Aid Spending in the Rejected Realms

The World Census intercepted food drops in several war-torn regions to determine which nations spent the most on international aid.

As a region, the Rejected Realms is ranked 8,399th in the world for Highest Foreign Aid Spending.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Hivemind of The SeidLeft-wing Utopia“I Am The People”
2.The Federated Socialist Republic of COMINTERNIron Fist Socialists“Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun”
3.The Pristine United Provinces of NultsiaLiberal Democratic Socialists“In freedom we stand, in tyranny we fight”
4.The Workers' Democracy of TrotskyaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Workers of all countries, unite!”
5.The Community of AlvestadLiberal Democratic Socialists“Not the face”
6.The Jingoistic States of The Zionic Zionists of ZionIron Fist Consumerists“MINE”
7.The Empire of Vroengard mk2Left-wing Utopia“Never cruel or cowardly, Never give up, Never give in”
8.The Popsicle Pete Nation of ClenchIron Fist Consumerists“NONE OF YOU ARE SAFE!”
9.The Marxist Confederacy of XenoiaDemocratic Socialists“Born anew, without race, sexuailty or class to define!”
10.The Commonwealth of IndiraIron Fist Consumerists“Strength through purity”
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Today is a national holiday in the US. It is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day. Today we honor Dr. King's memory and advocacy of non-violence by flooding the world with weapons and bombing the hell out of innocent men, women, children, infants, little babies, the elderly and the disabled in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Syria, Libya, Yemen, and any other inferior defenseless nation that objects to the fact that America own everything. God I hate this country.

LPLTUKM

Good to see that you honor Dr King's legacy by focusing your attention and compassion well away from the African American condition in the United States. If there will ever be a day dedicated to the struggles and the lives of migrants in Europe, expect me to spend it posting about occupied Palestine.

Zyonn, James II, LPLTUKM, Bowiemoria, and 1 otherLocal Territories

And before someone replies "but MLK vocally opposed to the Vietnam War too!" (the most obvious and boring of all possible responses), that was because, in the 1960s, the civil rights and the anti-war movements were linked by a practical issue: the existence of conscription, which had a greater impact on poorer classes. Thus, blacks could recognise both themselves and the Vietnamese as victims of the same racist aggression.
That link has been broken by the professionalisation of the army, which has also made it much harder to politicise the issue of war in general (since it no longer involves the general population, but only those who do it 'as their job'). There is greater discipline, and you won't see the same amount of resistance to service from soldiers, even if the war may be equally unjust. The last major mutinies happened in Vietnam.
This may become even more pronounced with the rise of private military companies, which allow governments to further distance military action from the sphere of politics.

And no, the army isn't made up of poors and minorities. The representation of minorities has been declining since the 80s, and nowadays is almost proportional, and enlisted recruits tend to come from wealthier households, and be more educated than the average: http://www.nytimes.com/images/blogs/freakonomics/posts/Enlisted2.jpg
Nowadays, poor Americans no longer get "exploited" in such a direct way (being sent to fight in distant countries): they're quickly becoming "disposable" populations. The ruling class doesn't even need them, and would rather keep them in neglected areas, struggling with precarious jobs and so on.

So yeah, if someone is going to make some kind of political point in the first place, MLK Day would be best spent reflecting about his legacy and what could be done to uphold it, rather than about "third world problems" and how "if America stayed out of other countries life would be fine".

Zyonn, Guy, Karputsk, LPLTUKM, and 1 otherLocal Territories

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The Uncivilized and Vile Manners of Frattastan II wrote:And before someone replies "but MLK vocally opposed to the Vietnam War too!" (the most obvious and boring of all possible responses), that was because, in the 1960s, the civil rights and the anti-war movements were linked by a practical issue: the existence of conscription, which had a greater impact on poorer classes. Thus, blacks could recognise both themselves and the Vietnamese as victims of the same racist aggression.
That link has been broken by the professionalisation of the army, which has also made it much harder to politicise the issue of war in general (since it no longer involves the general population, but only those who do it 'as their job'). There is greater discipline, and you won't see the same amount of resistance to service from soldiers, even if the war may be equally unjust. The last major mutinies happened in Vietnam.
This may become even more pronounced with the rise of private military companies, which allow governments to further distance military action from the sphere of politics.
And no, the army isn't made up of poors and minorities. The representation of minorities has been declining since the 80s, and nowadays is almost proportional, and enlisted recruits tend to come from wealthier households, and be more educated than the average: http://www.nytimes.com/images/blogs/freakonomics/posts/Enlisted2.jpg
Nowadays, poor Americans no longer get "exploited" in such a direct way (being sent to fight in distant countries): they're quickly becoming "disposable" populations. The ruling class doesn't even need them, and would rather keep them in neglected areas, struggling with precarious jobs and so on.
So yeah, if someone is going to make some kind of political point in the first place, MLK Day would be best spent reflecting about his legacy and what could be done to uphold it, rather than about "third world problems" and how "if America stayed out of other countries life would be fine".

Sorry, I call BS on your little screed. I'm no longer giving a damn about what Americans, the whiniest spoiled brats in the global neighborhood want. Americans don't give a damn about each other, period. My sympathy is with the people YOU don't think count, people who are the victims of Americanism, the greatest ideology of slaughter and hypocrisy in the world.

Oh, and btw, you think you're superior cuz u voted for the war addict instead of the racist sex criminal; I call BS on that, too.

Stereotyping an entire country's people is wrong in every sense of the word though. You judge us too hastily.

"The world sucks because Americans are spoiled". Strong analysis there.
And I'm not even from the US.

James II

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