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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 Onder Kelkia and Prince Alvalero.

The endorsement limit (cap) is currently 5 for nations not endorsing the Delegate and 15 for those who are. See here for further information on endorsement allowances.


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Embassies: the West Pacific, The Land of Kings and Emperors, The North Pacific, the Pacific, The East Pacific, Europeia, United Kingdom, The Communist Bloc, Europe, International Democratic Union, Lazarus, the South Pacific, St Abbaddon, NationStates, World Assembly Legislative League, Aarhus, and 2 others.Jomsborg, and Ribe.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Democratic, Founderless, Game Player, Gargantuan, Independent, Map, Monarchist, National Sovereigntist, Offsite Chat, Offsite Forums, Past Tech, and 3 others.Regional Government, Sinker, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Very High

Balder contains 8,350 nations, the 5th most in the world.

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The Highest Economic Output in Balder

World Census bean-counters crunched the numbers to calculate national Gross Domestic Product. Older nations, with higher populations, were noted to have a distinct advantage.

As a region, Balder is ranked 7,897th in the world for Highest Economic Output.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Desolation Dominion of ChronotopiaIron Fist Consumerists Champions of Commerce“Tempus Fortuna Manus”
2.The Free Republic of Rich ScholarsCapitalist Paradise Decent Hardworking Self-Starters“Knowledge (and money) is power”
3.The Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland of BaikalistanFather Knows Best State Suspiciously Liberal Dictatorship“This is the way the world ends...”
4.The Dictatorship of ArchDFather Knows Best State Suspiciously Liberal Dictatorship“Those of great intelligence will go far.”
5.The Rogue Nation of Serpents SubterfugeCapitalist Paradise Decent Hardworking Self-Starters“Money is...Glorious”
6.The Imperial Republic of TomzillaCivil Rights Lovefest Nation-Hating Hippies“For the Night is Dark and Full of Terrors”
7.The Two Moves of SnotknockerCompulsory Consumerist State Aspirational Worker State“Multislacking...”
8.The Republic of Uranus08Father Knows Best State Suspiciously Liberal Dictatorship“In Uranus we do things a bit differently”
9.The Sultanate of ZargoviaInoffensive Centrist Democracy Communists“Si tibi molestum caeli venite ad Zargovia!”
10.The Irish Dictatorship of LavallinCorporate Police State Entrepreneurial Freedom Zone“Noise? What noise? It's Sooo Peaceful!”
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why is the symbol for integrity an unlocked lock but the symbol for corruption a lock

Economichunger wrote:why is the symbol for integrity an unlocked lock but the symbol for corruption a lock

Because a society that is free of corruption is open--like an open lock. At least, that's the logic I'd always assumed.

Economichunger wrote:why is the symbol for integrity an unlocked lock but the symbol for corruption a lock

It's to lock all the skeletons in your closet.

13 million watched Prince Philip's funeral. Amazing how many can care about someone who wouldn't have peed on them if they were on fire.

Socialist Arab States wrote:13 million watched Prince Philip's funeral. Amazing how many can care about someone who wouldn't have peed on them if they were on fire.

And your point is...?

Various Excuses wrote:And your point is...?

That was my point.

Socialist Arab States wrote:That was my point.

I fear I don't really get it.

The royal family is generally respected, especially the Queen and to a lesser extent her late husband. Showing positivity to them is, to some extent, a matter of national pride. 13 million is less than 20% of the UK's population, and I'd be willing to get a portion of those numbers are not residents of the UK (foreigners, expats, diplomats/dignitaries, etc.) I don't really think it's that surprising that people tuned in. If it had been, say, 50% or more of the country's population, that would be pretty impressive/surprising. 20% seems about right for covering both hardcore royalist supporters and people who were just curious about what a royal funeral is like.

I know little to nothing about the man's personality, so I can't really comment on the shade you've thrown his way. He always seemed pretty mild-mannered to me.

Aelyria wrote:I fear I don't really get it.

The royal family is generally respected, especially the Queen and to a lesser extent her late husband. Showing positivity to them is, to some extent, a matter of national pride. 13 million is less than 20% of the UK's population, and I'd be willing to get a portion of those numbers are not residents of the UK (foreigners, expats, diplomats/dignitaries, etc.) I don't really think it's that surprising that people tuned in. If it had been, say, 50% or more of the country's population, that would be pretty impressive/surprising. 20% seems about right for covering both hardcore royalist supporters and people who were just curious about what a royal funeral is like.

I know little to nothing about the man's personality, so I can't really comment on the shade you've thrown his way. He always seemed pretty mild-mannered to me.

I agree. I don't agree with many of the things the British Royal family has done, but Philip was a decent guy.

Aelyria wrote:I fear I don't really get it.

The royal family is generally respected, especially the Queen and to a lesser extent her late husband. Showing positivity to them is, to some extent, a matter of national pride. 13 million is less than 20% of the UK's population, and I'd be willing to get a portion of those numbers are not residents of the UK (foreigners, expats, diplomats/dignitaries, etc.) I don't really think it's that surprising that people tuned in. If it had been, say, 50% or more of the country's population, that would be pretty impressive/surprising. 20% seems about right for covering both hardcore royalist supporters and people who were just curious about what a royal funeral is like.

I know little to nothing about the man's personality, so I can't really comment on the shade you've thrown his way. He always seemed pretty mild-mannered to me.

Pretty mild mannered with all his little racist comments, yeah.

Socialist Arab States wrote:Pretty mild mannered with all his little racist comments, yeah.

r u ok lmao

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