Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby Arapaima13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:00 pm

We've got quite a few parties, but it would be nice if we could have someone who was dedicated to role play. It feels like none of the other players are willing to adopt role play, and whilst I know I could just join another country, I really want to do something in Lourenne.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby jamescfm » Sun Jun 25, 2017 6:06 pm

Would appreciate some kind of third party in Kanjor. At present, we have a straight split between a left-wing Republican party and a right-wing Monarchist party.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby CCP » Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:55 pm

I'll play a mushy-middle/both-siderism party for a little while. Maybe we can get some coalition government drama going. And maybe I'll learn French in the process. 8-)

EDIT: On second thought, the psychodrama around here is as ridiculous as ever, so . . . I'm sure someone will join Kanjor soon enough though.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby General.M » Thu Jul 20, 2017 4:05 pm

I'm completely alone in New Endralon/Kizenia... Complete power is only fun for a while :D I play a Liberal (european liberal, classical liberal) party.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby jamescfm » Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:30 pm

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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby Kubrick » Mon Jul 24, 2017 3:00 pm

Don't fall for it guys, he takes money from republicans.

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Any liberals/conservatives want to join Jakania?

Postby MalasRally » Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:15 am

Anyone want to come to Jakania?

Jakania is not really empty; it has 5 parties, including me (CHP). The only issue is that literally every single one of us is left-wing, with virtually the exact same policies, which in turn makes gameplay really strange and unrealistic. Normally, I wouldn't care too much, but right now all the other 4 parties are trying to replace the Jakanian Turkish/Islamic culture with pan-Majatran communist symbolism, which I'm hell-bent at stopping (I was the one who fought to give Jakania its recent Turkish culture to begin with).

So, it would just be nice with maybe 1 or 2 moderate or right-wing parties to even things out a little. All the players in Jakania are nice and civil, and new players are warmly welcomed. Just if anyone's interested :D
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby LuxemburgistComrade » Fri Sep 01, 2017 4:59 am

We need more action and roleplaying in Lourenne
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby Tukarali17 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:42 pm

This is a shameless request for new players for Tukarali. In the space of five years we have lost three players, including the two players that represented the left and centre-left of Tukarali politics. This leaves us with three parties, a centrist moderate party (albeit their policy stances would make them a conservative party in any other nation), a socially conservative economically liberal party and a socially conservative economically regulatory party. There is ample ground for a preferably centre-left or left-wing party.

Turnout has dropped dramatically from 86.3% to 72.9% which is reflective of lack of diverse parties and the centrist moderate party improved its share of the vote from 7.0% to 31.9%, again because it has nothing to its left. There is definitely space for a centre-left of left-wing party.

In RP terms Tukarali is a multicultural and very diverse nation akin to RL Brazil, but not the same by any means. Tukarali is broadly a right-wing country ideologically, pro-religion, restrictive on civil right and the only region with a strong economic stance is pro-laissez faire economic policies. However the centrist party is historically opposed to the two more right-wing parties, which creates the opportunity for a centrist or centre-left governing coalition to be formed.

A new party could have any of the following characteristics;

- Communist
- Socialist
- Social Democratic
- Democratic Socialist
- Anti-Clerical or Secular
- Environmentalist
- Liberal Capitalist
- Socially Liberal

Admittedly, Tukarali hasn’t been overly active on the forums, but now that I have an account here that should change.

Please!!!
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby jamescfm » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:51 pm

Anybody want me? :roll:
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