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Most Influential: 49th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 92nd Most Nations: 338th+35
Lowest Crime Rates: 539th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 560th Most Advanced Public Transport: 786th Healthiest Citizens: 789th Largest Governments: 801st Largest Welfare Programs: 848th Most Inclusive: 896th Most Cultured: 899th Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 962nd Most Beautiful Environments: 1,004th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,013th Smartest Citizens: 1,014th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,055th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,064th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,084th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,110th Nicest Citizens: 1,145th Largest Black Market: 1,176th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,223rd Highest Average Tax Rates: 1,249th Highest Economic Output: 1,313th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 1,420th Highest Food Quality: 1,427th Most Secular: 1,476th Best Weather: 1,498th Most Patriotic: 1,524th Most Subsidized Industry: 1,557th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,590th Safest: 1,689th Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,739th Most Corrupt Governments: 1,826th Highest Average Incomes: 1,948th Most Authoritarian: 2,240th Most Developed: 2,243rd Largest Publishing Industry: 2,330th
World Factbook Entry

.: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics :.
The USSR, a region founded on Dec 17, 2002, has long been in the spotlight of the world. Founded on the glorious works of Lenin and Marx, the USSR shall stay strong in its quest for glory. We have a great community, along with our activity, we promise you that you will enjoy your stay in the USSR. We welcome you to our socialist-communist ideal region and hope you become active in the community. Glory to our Soviet Union!
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USSR Government
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Commissar of Internal Affairs:Terricon


Embassies: Europe, Germany, Anticapitalist Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, United Socialist Republics, India, The Communist Party of NationStates, North Korea, The Communist Bloc, and International Debating Area.

Tags: Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Fascist, Communist, Democratic, Featured, Game Player, Industrial, Large, Regional Government, Role Player, Socialist, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: High

USSR contains 62 nations, the 338th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Advanced Law Enforcement in USSR

World Census interns were framed for minor crimes in order to measure the response times, effectiveness, and amount of firepower deployed by the law enforcement agencies of different nations.

As a region, USSR is ranked 962nd in the world for Most Advanced Law Enforcement.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic People's Republic of SlavestateInoffensive Centrist Democracy“BE VIGILANT”
2.The People's Republic of SvostaniaDemocratic Socialists“Akzét sén a'zónétov!”
3.The Communist Ministries of The Zorgonny WastelandCorrupt Dictatorship“we saw the end of history and lived to see it reborn”
4.The Armed Republic of Soviet KruplickistanCorrupt Dictatorship“Forward the land of revolution, the heart of the free”
5.The Obese Peoples Republic of The Sloppy JoeIron Fist Consumerists“Another Day Another Baby That's My Motto”
6.The Great Scientific Polity of Greater CubaCivil Rights Lovefest“We Don't Get Mad, We Get Stabby”
7.The Leninist Republic of Soviet PolsolDemocratic Socialists“Слава советскому народу, строителю коммунизма!”
8.The Union of Socialist States of HvalfyurdenScandinavian Liberal Paradise“All one. All united. All equal.”
9.The United Socialist Republics of EgorkaFather Knows Best State“Egorka, Guggy, Care.”
10.The Proletariat Horde of Vodka Loving SlavsCorrupt Dictatorship“Питьевая Запада под столом с 1917 года.”
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USSR Regional Message Board

I just got an issue involving "a farmer's attempts to drive a family of travelers off of private property." Ando Teca is a communist nation! It doesn't have private property!

Vayanskaya wrote:Hello comrades, I had been looking for a leftist region and chose this one for now. Since I moved here, I would like to shortly introduce myself, I hope we can start a conversation.
I am from Balkan peninsula, left-oriented in politics, but I am generally opposed to old socialist regimes that ruled in last century. I was born after collapse of those regimes, but since I must deal with a corrupt autocracy here where I live, I suppose that I would not have unconditionally supported those one-party socialist regimes. Corrupted autocracy eventually leads to decline of the state prosperity, if there even was one. Here in ex-Yugoslavia we had what is generally considered to be one of the most advanced socialist regimes under Josip Broz Tito, and it really was a recognited state. But after Tito died no one was really capable to properly replace him, and it didn't take a while to get whole country destroyed in war. If there is no criticism, there is not going to be permanent advance. Lets even say that Tito was entirely good and one of the best rulers of the time. System will probably function even under the censorship, but when uncapable and greedy staff takes power, they are certainly going to keep that censorship just to maintain their positions, and since one cannot say nothing against them and they rule for some time, it is absolutely predictable what is going to happen. I dare to say that's what destroyed old socialist order. Soviet invasion on Czechoslovakia made it worse and cut all possibilities for a different path of socialist' destiny.
However, I am nostalgic for Yugoslavia, Soviet Union and whole that order (I was not born at the time but you know what I mean) because at least it had been real counterpower to the west, had provided balance and safety for us (people in Yugoslavia who got attacked by NATO later). It was real counterpower to the imperial capitalism, whose big companies could not operate, molest and treat people only as a cheap labor. Now it is really tough time to fight for socialist ideas, world has almost completely turned into a corporate hell after fall of Warsaw Pact. I hope we establish socialist order again, but in more advanced form than it was.

I'm not a fan of Tito; although, I respect the comrade. I'm stanch old fashion Marxist-leninist open to the idea that what is China's '90 year' "New Economic Policy" in of the USSR's own NEP. It can't be denied that it has had immense ego-polictical benefits in establishing itself as a world power, which in all likely hood will replace the USA; however, it did establish a pervasive capitalist class.

I hold true to the tenets Established by Marx, Engels , Lenin, Stalin (and many of his confidence), Mao (to a lesser degree), plus others.

First, I think you have to understand that the USSR and Yugoslavia were faced by the entire classical than neo liberal world in terms of subversion. The ussr almost had a second civil war, plus many of the the party members dispelled and/or tried and convicted were later able to join the party after their term ended.

Also, the west has done a great job of depicting communist countries as evil when their own document (ie the cia for example) admit the ussr isn't a dictatorship, practice democracy (albeit a different form than traditional western democracy), granted universal suverage and the right to equal opportunity, women right to abortion, and equality in gender in terms of law and government.

There's political ideology and then there is realpolitik and it's hard to balance the both. He had to essentially move the ussr eastern industrial region to the west of Moscow as well as population to protect them and work the factory because the Nazis would have steam rolled them and used them for labor. The collect farmers were hard for the mid-range wealth but they need to feed an entire population engaged in literally moving the entire industrial sector as well a build rail roads.

The soviet archives depict Stalin before his death to make many of these policies in exercising authority a lot friendlier as well as establish a system between the centeral committee and the party at large plus the structure of the supreme soviet into a system that was guided more so by shared power, rather than the concentration of power Stalin had due to the great patriotic war and the following external and internal subversion at large.

Khrushchev is largely to blame for killing the Comintern (the international org for communists), consolidating power, and preventing Stalin plans of distributing power for a time of peace, and of course denouncing Stalin. Finishing with Gorbachev who was more focused on being an "internationalist" rather than fixing the coup brewing under him.

The USSR main long term failure is not exploring telecom and later digital computing. Running the planned economy was literally impossible with their tech plus they spent enough on bombs to blow up the world 4-5 times at least some of that could have been devoted to other places.

Also the ussr had elections regardless of party affiliation in the gov.

Hvalfyurden wrote:I for one will not leave a region I have called my home for 7 years, and I've seen truly glorious things come out of this region. However, what I have seen is a steady decline in participation both in quantity and absolutely most certainly in quality over the last several years. As an elder nation, it absolutely pains me to see a home i once looked up to being more of a community of people who espouse ideology but effectively refuse to have intelligent discourse regarding it where I'm simply a statistic. I had been the one to officially organizer the vote for the nations in the past acting as essentially the polling location removing myself from the political race and votes, and I worked closely with RedCommunist who should be commended for listening to the people of this region and reflecting our democratic election of officials who, despite some going extinct, have performed their duties admirably. That was 5 years ago that the vote happened (I believe, though it could have been longer), and much like modern governments, the system is still in place after these many years despite marked change in the cultural paradigm of this region. I am here to say however, that moving to a different method of communication such as discord, will only worsen the region's already failing culture (though as an anthropologist myself, I do understand culture does not fail but change or merge with others). Nor will electing a new government. What is a new government supposed to do about a message board that's filled with one word posts or random bouts of conversation that could to some be considered true communist discourse. It would do nothing. Who would run, nobody in this region seems to have overwhelming respect for other nations like we did in the olden days for nations like the late Bratislavskaya, or the still-in-power Terricon who returned to this region after years of absence due to a fond memory of what this region meant to all of us. Until nations here stop treating this message board like a random group chat on kik, or as flippantly as a random forum on a dating site, or as carelessly as the people on Facebook dedicate time and effort to things, this region will not change from what it is. It simply will not. I've written posts in the past saying that although the USSR has fallen from grace, it is still a great region, but honestly, that's hard to believe these days. This was my home, is my home, and will always be my home, and as one communist to another, it is in serious disrepair, and ironically to quote one of Dr Suess' most famous lines, "Unless people like you care a whole awful lot, nothing is going to change." Start caring, and you will see a dramatic improvement to this region. If you don't, nothing will change.

With heartfelt intention,
- Hvalfyurden

I'm sorry i'm new here but for us new people it's hard for us to imagine what the convo and atmosphere was like before in order to work towards building something akin to what you mentioned?

The Supreme Socialist Soviet Union wrote:I'm not a fan of Tito; although, I respect the comrade. I'm stanch old fashion Marxist-leninist open to the idea that what is China's '90 year' "New Economic Policy" in of the USSR's own NEP. It can't be denied that it has had immense ego-polictical benefits in establishing itself as a world power, which in all likely hood will replace the USA; however, it did establish a pervasive capitalist class.

I hold true to the tenets Established by Marx, Engels , Lenin, Stalin (and many of his confidence), Mao (to a lesser degree), plus others.

First, I think you have to understand that the USSR and Yugoslavia were faced by the entire classical than neo liberal world in terms of subversion. The ussr almost had a second civil war, plus many of the the party members dispelled and/or tried and convicted were later able to join the party after their term ended.

Also, the west has done a great job of depicting communist countries as evil when their own document (ie the cia for example) admit the ussr isn't a dictatorship, practice democracy (albeit a different form than traditional western democracy), granted universal suverage and the right to equal opportunity, women right to abortion, and equality in gender in terms of law and government.

There's political ideology and then there is realpolitik and it's hard to balance the both. He had to essentially move the ussr eastern industrial region to the west of Moscow as well as population to protect them and work the factory because the Nazis would have steam rolled them and used them for labor. The collect farmers were hard for the mid-range wealth but they need to feed an entire population engaged in literally moving the entire industrial sector as well a build rail roads.

The soviet archives depict Stalin before his death to make many of these policies in exercising authority a lot friendlier as well as establish a system between the centeral committee and the party at large plus the structure of the supreme soviet into a system that was guided more so by shared power, rather than the concentration of power Stalin had due to the great patriotic war and the following external and internal subversion at large.

Khrushchev is largely to blame for killing the Comintern (the international org for communists), consolidating power, and preventing Stalin plans of distributing power for a time of peace, and of course denouncing Stalin. Finishing with Gorbachev who was more focused on being an "internationalist" rather than fixing the coup brewing under him.

The USSR main long term failure is not exploring telecom and later digital computing. Running the planned economy was literally impossible with their tech plus they spent enough on bombs to blow up the world 4-5 times at least some of that could have been devoted to other places.

Also the ussr had elections regardless of party affiliation in the gov.

I heard one Russian politician or army general who said in the 90s there were only to options: wild privatization or civil war. It might even be Yeltsin but I ain't sure. I am neither not sure if there was nothing more to do. However my statement is that collapse of Eastern bloc (or at least Soviet Union) is the biggest geopolitical catastrophe we faced. China's ruling party preserved their power by transitioning to new economic policy, now state capitalism. I am not fan of China, I think they are as opportunistic as US are. They were reaching agreements with US long before Soviet collapse. Chinese are very pragmatic and opportunistic. But I believe that's what needed to be done to preserve Soviet Union as well. Essentially it is hard to fight large capitalist forces when you are a socialist state. Who is going to be richer: large capitalist states or corporations who exploit Africa and South America, not giving a damn to the people, or when you are building a society which ought to be as equal as it can possibly get.
Everybody knows that US don't care about democracy, they have supported dictators who play their game, from Latin America to Saudi Arabia. Serbia is accused to be the only bad guy in Yugoslav wars, simply because you need to create enemy in your head to justify all military operations you have planned before. And it was easy back then for western imperialists because USSR was no more. US became like Roman Empire, the only major force in the world. I really despise western concept of so-called freedom. It can be seen even in this online game while you are addressing the issues. If you cut someone's opportunity to get rich, you don't respect civil rights. Keep advertising LGBTQ+ rights and put the worker's issues in shadow. (I do support LGBT people, especially when they are facing conservative 'moralists', I just don't respect motifs of western propaganda, that's all).
My opinion about Stalin is that he can easily be considered as an emperor like there was in Russian Empire, he was imperialists and dictator, much like the old emperors, and if he lived 200+ years back, he would be considered as great ruler, when autocracy was completely normal way of ruling. He was an imperialists, I don't know how someone can deny it, he even had plans to attack Yugoslavia (Tito was an opportunist so he gain US and Britain to our side). But if you look from geopolitical side, Stalin did magnificent job for Soviet Union, like no other Russian emperor. Still I think that he damaged reputation of communism by his dictatorship, when even many westerns supported socialist idea.

We banned protests today.

You sure you are a "People's Republic"?

Yes. The People's Republic of East Chile is socialist state based on the culture of Soviet Russia and Stalin.

With capitalism and slavery? Uh huh

ew captitalism

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