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

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

Postby toro42 » Sat Jun 23, 2018 12:08 pm

Luis1p wrote:
jamescfm wrote:The moment you're all dreading arrives. Any suggestions about where I should go? Not looking for anything in particular.



MY BOI JAMES!... Canrillaise nations are very quiet ;) Looking to start a Canrillaise Federation if interested.

Welcome back James! We need you in the Canrillaise countries (maybe even in Lourenne) :).
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby Wu Han » Sat Jun 23, 2018 7:19 pm

toro42 wrote:
Luis1p wrote:
jamescfm wrote:The moment you're all dreading arrives. Any suggestions about where I should go? Not looking for anything in particular.



MY BOI JAMES!... Canrillaise nations are very quiet ;) Looking to start a Canrillaise Federation if interested.

Welcome back James! We need you in the Canrillaise countries (maybe even in Lourenne) :).


or, or, or, you can come back to Indrala and really fill this thing up (though we're hardly a "lonely nation")! we need you at Kaizhou National University, publishing cultural research again
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby ReformedEndralon » Mon Jun 25, 2018 10:22 am

Telamon has been very inactive for the last 30 years or so and we could do with some parties of any flavour. RP wise there have been some changes to the constitution, removing the Manrick Union with Kazulia, perhaps some traditionalists would wish to challenge that.

In essence Telamon is currently a one party state, albeit one led by a party that is committed to liberal democracy. The governing Republican Party favours a minimal state, a reduced government role and has rapidly created a mixed market economy (heavily favour the private sector in business). This could provide fertile ground to any type of economically left-leaning party seeking to fight against recent changes in the structure of the Telamese economy.

Alternatively the Republicans are a "pacifist" party in as much as they're committed to creating a conventional military and perhaps there could be a backlash from more authoritarian elements supportive of an aggressive foreign policy.

Sticking with foreign policy, the Republicans are "internationalist" to an extent, having recently made it easier to get a passport and for foreigners to travel to Telamon. Perhaps we could have an isolationist reaction against these policies, or perhaps an even more internationalist party could come along as the Republicans have so far failed to address restrictive legislation on immigration and refugees.

Where else are there gaps? Oh yes, the Republicans are pro-exploiting natural resources, making it easier to fish, allowing whaling and private forestry companies. A Green Party would be good.

On social and religious issues the Republicans haven't really made any changes yet. Telamon is a "progressive" and "permissive" nation, so a socially conservative party wanting to change current progressive social policies would be welcome, alternatively I would be happy to become a socially conservative party and be challenged by a progressive party.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby jamescfm » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:16 am

Telamon was the last country I played in and, while I enjoyed it, I'm looking for something new. Indrala is simply too full. I'll have a look at the Canrillaise nations and see which one looks most appealing :)
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby Luis1p » Mon Jun 25, 2018 1:35 pm

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

Postby Occam » Tue Jun 26, 2018 12:46 am

ReformedEndralon wrote:Telamon has been very inactive for the last 30 years or so and we could do with some parties of any flavour.


Prepare for the Progressive Party. I don't speak icelandic, so I'll need the occasional help. But I hope together we can bring some life to Telamon.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby Dazinho » Tue Jun 26, 2018 5:01 am

Here in Vorona we're undergoing quite a transformation, particularly in the economy.

It's not been universally popular and supporters of the Communist Party (who previously ruled with the Progressive Workers Party) have protested against certain 'free market' type changes while the parties themselves seek to block and then immediately undo them.

Much of what the State ran has been wholly or partially privatised - this has enabled tax cuts and to get the national budget somewhere near balanced, although there is still much work to do.

My hope is the forgotten country of Vorona will start to punch above its weight economically - of course the people are the judge of our record and I suspect the next election is key to how that plays out.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby ReformedEndralon » Tue Jun 26, 2018 9:29 am

Occam wrote:
ReformedEndralon wrote:Telamon has been very inactive for the last 30 years or so and we could do with some parties of any flavour.


Prepare for the Progressive Party. I don't speak icelandic, so I'll need the occasional help. But I hope together we can bring some life to Telamon.


That's great welcome to Telamon! Sadly I don't speak Icelandic either, I have to rely on google translate.
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Re: Bleeding-Hearts Lonely Nations Thread - Plug 'em in 'ere!

Postby ReformedEndralon » Tue Jul 03, 2018 8:21 am

A continued shameless plug for additional players to join Telamon. Currently there is a glut of legislation going forwards to vote which makes this an ideal time to join the country. Additionally we have changed the law so that there are elections every five days!

Telamon has begun to get involved in some RP on the forum, including involvement in Northern Council Treaty Organisation matters, additionally we also have a developing RP that will see Telamon leaving the World Council (only nation in Terra to be a non-member?)

Currently we have two parties, the centre-right Lýðveldisflokkurinn (Republican Party) and the centre/centre-left Framsóknarflokkurinn (Progressive Party). I believe that given Telamon has several regions with either a Big Government or Progressive stance a left-wing party would probably do really well (either socialist or communist).

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

Postby dannypk » Tue Jul 03, 2018 6:16 pm

ReformedEndralon wrote:A continued shameless plug for additional players to join Telamon. Currently there is a glut of legislation going forwards to vote which makes this an ideal time to join the country. Additionally we have changed the law so that there are elections every five days!

Telamon has begun to get involved in some RP on the forum, including involvement in Northern Council Treaty Organisation matters, additionally we also have a developing RP that will see Telamon leaving the World Council (only nation in Terra to be a non-member?)

Currently we have two parties, the centre-right Lýðveldisflokkurinn (Republican Party) and the centre/centre-left Framsóknarflokkurinn (Progressive Party). I believe that given Telamon has several regions with either a Big Government or Progressive stance a left-wing party would probably do really well (either socialist or communist).

Shameless plug over!


I'll be coming once moderation reactivates my party there.
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