WA Delegate: The Kingdom of North East Somerset (elected )

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☘️ Welcome to the Realm of Balder! 🌳

🌈 Nations are asked to join the World Assembly and endorse King North East Somerset, Crown Prince Fooooooooo and Princes Alvalero and Onder Kelkia. 🌿

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World Census researchers quantified national scientific advancement by quizzing random citizens about quantum chromodynamics, space-time curvature and stem cell rejuvenation therapies. Responses based on Star Trek were discarded.

As a region, Balder is ranked 4,140th in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of MDRunieInoffensive Centrist Democracy“MDR never fails if he fails we deny it”
2.The Empire of LitchenstienenPsychotic Dictatorship“Forward. Together.”
3.The Celestial Empire of Cha0sNationIron Fist Consumerists“Under the Emperor, Above the Heavens”
4.The Dictatorship of ArchDLibertarian Police State“Those of great intelligence will go far.”
5.The Imperial Republic of TomzillaCivil Rights Lovefest“For the Night is Dark and Full of Terrors”
6.The Cybernetic autocratic utopia of Northwest Islands of peanutsFather Knows Best State“The rumors about us deleting dissenters are lies”
7.The Republic of Fallen ApplesLiberal Democratic Socialists“Never try and you will never fail.”
8.The Liftocracia of Do Brasil da AmericaCapitalist Paradise“Pela glσria da naηγo servindo a Deus em cada ocasiγo.”
9.The Nomadic Peoples of KriegiersienDemocratic Socialists“There are different shades of crazy.”
10.The Federation of AelyriaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Through wisdom, unity, and honor, we create peace.”
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The Balder World Assembly Office wrote:Greetings!

The Ministry of World Assembly Affairs has issued a recommendation regarding an at-vote resolution:

Resolution: Liberate Confederacy Of Layem

Recommendation: FOR

Overview: Confederacy of Layem is a region staffed with rule-breakers whose community ought to be swiftly destroyed to punish the players for their actions. Multiple forum-bans have been handed out in Confederacy of Layem's gameplay forum embassy for the actions of Layem members, and the region has been known to violate the "Commercialism" rule, offering players monetary rewards in the region, and creating an unfair, pay-to-win advantage. According to Moderator Sedgistan, Layem, the founder of Confederacy of Layem, "[has] amassed a significant record of other violations that puts [him] on the verge of DOS".

Passing this liberation will remove the password to Confederacy of Layem and allow us to destroy the region, punishing the rulebreakers for their actions and serving as a threat to those who wish to break the rules.

Please vote for.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

This is an automated message.

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I believe that this resolution is against freedom, liberty, and the democratic process. I encourage all nations to vote against this.

Txom2 wrote:—————————————

I believe that this resolution is against freedom, liberty, and the democratic process.

Understood; I am for this resolution.

Txom2 wrote:—————————————

I believe that this resolution is against freedom, liberty, and the democratic process. I encourage all nations to vote against this.

Well, it already passed.

But regardless: I agree, it does deny the sovereignty of Confederacy of Layem. However, that is an in-character issue. Out of character, the people of Layem have done some truly bad things. We're really stepping outside of this game with its nations and regions and such, and considering that we no longer want these players here.

Odin / Bormiar
Balder's Senior Deputy Minister of World Assembly Affairs

Japerlasa wrote:that's an interesting question. architecturally, it could be done. but that doesn't necessarily mean that just because we can, means we should. first and foremost, cities are built to be convenient. if our disease limiting efforts become obstacles for everyday life, no one will want to live there.

i think the most effective way of limiting the spread of disease is education. as with most things.

There are certainly things that could be done. Consider, for example, the move toward "enclave" civil engineering: making city spaces where jobs, shopping, residence, and entertainment are all within walking distance, or at most a very short drive (e.g. less than 5 minutes). This would slow down the spread of any infectious agent by making it so most folks don't travel that often between their city enclaves.

I just got ranked in the top 10% of the most advanced defense forces.

''A gunman took to the mall and shot dead three people before a nearby coffee shop waitress dispatched him with five rounds from her automatic pistol. Unfortunately, as she stood over him gun in hand, a mall security guard thought she was the threat and took her out with his submachine gun. He in turn was shot by a libertarian who thought the state was finally coming to take his gun away. By the time the police arrived (and gunned down more would-be heroes who they had mistaken for terrorists), the death toll had reached fifty-seven.''

My country in a nutshell.

Holy Saganianispoli wrote:''A gunman took to the mall and shot dead three people before a nearby coffee shop waitress dispatched him with five rounds from her automatic pistol. Unfortunately, as she stood over him gun in hand, a mall security guard thought she was the threat and took her out with his submachine gun. He in turn was shot by a libertarian who thought the state was finally coming to take his gun away. By the time the police arrived (and gunned down more would-be heroes who they had mistaken for terrorists), the death toll had reached fifty-seven.''

My country in a nutshell.

I got this issue the other day. Peak black humor.

The Republic of Glysienthia is back and we have changed our official name to the Federal Republic of Glysienthia

Just got clone soldiers.
''Begun the Clone Wars have.''

Holy Saganianispoli wrote:''A gunman took to the mall and shot dead three people before a nearby coffee shop waitress dispatched him with five rounds from her automatic pistol. Unfortunately, as she stood over him gun in hand, a mall security guard thought she was the threat and took her out with his submachine gun. He in turn was shot by a libertarian who thought the state was finally coming to take his gun away. By the time the police arrived (and gunned down more would-be heroes who they had mistaken for terrorists), the death toll had reached fifty-seven.''

My country in a nutshell.

Goodness gracious. I don't ban gun ownership but events like this would absolutely motivate tighter restrictions!

We expect drivers to have licenses and insurance, we expect medical professionals to be licensed and trained. Seems to me fully appropriate that if someone wishes to own a tool of violence like a firearm, they should likewise prove their capacity to use it safely. For God's sake, most jobs require more of a background check than what firearms sellers require. Facebook allows targeting folks who are gun enthusiasts far more easily than any form of licensing or database would.

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