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Postby Krsta » Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:48 pm

The Official Factbook of the Free Society of Krsta
Het Officiel Feitboek van de Vrije Samenleving der Krsta
since October 29, 2010

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Official name: The Antifascist Republic of Krsta/De Anti-fasistische Republiek der Krsta
Alternative name: The Free Society of Krsta/De Vrije Samenleving der Krsta
Informal name: Krsta
Previous names: Republic of Krsta (January 27, 1917 - February 23, 1943)

Form of Government: Parliamentary democracy
Head of state: Henry Fillwill (sworn in on February 17, 2007)
Head of Government: Jan Peter Vanderbilt (sworn in on March 21, 2007)
Seat of Government: Felton
Seat of Rasfallemenn: Herfinell
Seat of the People's court of justice: Rastwill

Official language: Fildarienne (mix of Dutch, Swedish, Estonian and Afrikaans + some krstan words)
Official monetary unit: Wilt

Table of Contents

History
Politics
Demography
Culture
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History

In mid-February 1737 the exiled political prisoners, the oppressed people of the World gathered on a free territory called Krsta. They lived in an anarchy for more then a century, when, on October 29, 1864 group of academics and intellectuals formed a legislative body called Rasfallemenn (which firstly consisted of 370 members). On Saturday, 27th of January 1917 on the extraordinary session of Rasfallemenn "Declaration of independence" was unanimously adopted. It's original text:

"We, the peaceful and freedom-loving people of the World, convened on the extraordinary meeting on this, 27th day January, nineteen seventeen (1917), in Felton, capital of the Republic of Krsta,

Acknowledging the fundamental and unalienable right of self-determination of each individual and a group of the joint individuals,

Recalling the years of inconceivable suffering of our people under the various authoritarian régimes,

Honouring the women and men who made a great sacrifices fighting for it's future freedom,

Committed to confront the painful legacy of the previous period, beginning a new epoch of democracy, peace, love, tolerance and liberty,

by declaring independence, sovereignty and statehood of the Republic of Krsta."

370 signatures


(the full text of "Legal evidence in support of independence and moral reasons for declaring it", 82 937 pages long in total of 19 volumes, can be found in the Rasfallemenn Library in Herfinell).

By the 1937 Constitution, Republic of Krsta was renamed to the Antifascist Republic of Krsta and the concept of capital city was abandoned with the separation of powers.

On January 30, 1917 first round of the presidential election was held, with the second one taking place on February 6. Rudolf Flornell of the Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre) won the election. Presidential term lasted 4 years with only two exception - during the rule of Fabian Rothfard (1921-1924) and Rudolf Flornell (1924-1927). However, reduction to 3 years was lifted in June 1928.

There are total of 786 311 active political parties in the Antifascist Republic of Krsta with 7893 taking part in the election. However since 1917 only Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre) and Social Liberal Union of Krsta (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta) entered the parliament.

The only "war" Krsta ever was part of was in February 1943 when Sophie Larienne, a young partisan and anti-fascist, was killed by the nazi hordes in the southeastern Krsta. Soon after the whole nation revolted triumphally winning against the fascists after less then hour of fight. The next day, on 23 February, Republic of Krsta was renamed The Antifascist Republic of Krsta. However, since late 1960s the Free Society of Krsta is in widespread use and hardly anyone refers to Krsta as "The Antifascist Republic."

List of Presidents of Krsta:

1. Rudolf Flornell (17.02.1917. - 17.02.1921) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1880 - 1961
2. Fabian Rothfard (17.02.1921. - 17.02.1924) ; Social Liberal Union of Krsta (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1879 - 1955
3. Rudolf Flornell (17.02.1924. - 17.02.1927) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1880 - 1961
4. Albert Rudwell (17.02.1927. - 17.02.1931) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1871 - 1957
5. Rudolf Flornell (17.02.1931. - 17.02.1935) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1880 - 1961
6. Fabian Rothfard (17.02.1935. - 17.02.1939) ; Social Liberal Union of Krsta (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta) ; 1879 - 1955
7. Felix Lunnfelt (17.02.1939. - 17.02.1943) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta) ; 1923 - 2007
8. Benjamin Frusfinn (17.02.1943. - 17.02.1947) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1890 - 1984
9. Arthur Feinwelt (17.02.1947. - 17.02.1951) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1903 - 1981
10. Chiara Rosenwill (17.02.1951. - 17.02.1955) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1924 - 2006
11. Theodor Frankford (17.02.1955. - 17.02.1959) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1898 - 1977
12. Leopold Pearlgold (17.02.1959. - 17.02.1963) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1927 - 1993
13. Gerald Foxworth (17.02.1963. - 17.02.1967) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta) ; 1925 - 2008
14. Theodor Frankford (17.02.1967. - 17.02.1971) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre); 1898 - 1977
15. Eli Gorfinfall (17.02.1971. - 17.02.1975) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Starfe); 1945 - ????
16. Susan Feinwelt (17.02.1975. - 17.02.1979) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Starfe); 1956 - ????
17. Robert Rottfeld (17.02.1979. - 17.02.1983) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Starfe); 1948 - ????
18. Rebecca Faludirent (17.02.1983. - 17.02.1987) ; Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Starfe);1963 - ????
19. Ariel Levinelle (17.02.1987. - 17.02.1991) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1961 - ????
20. Danuta Polak (17.02.1991. - 17.02.1995) ; Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1968 - ????
21. Leon Litzwin (17.02.1995. - 17.02.1999); Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Starfe); 1973 - ????
22. Rebecca Faludirent (17.02.1999. - 17.02.2003); Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Starfe); 1963 - ????
23. Marie-Jean-Lucien Lunwielle (17.02.2003. - 17.02.2007); Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1978 - ????
24. Henry Fillwill (17.02.2007. - ????); Social Liberal Union (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta); 1974 - ????
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Politics

There are total of 786 311 active political parties in the Antifascist Republic of Krsta with 7893 taking part in the election. However since 1917 only Independent Social Democratic Party (Ernelt Sozialdemokratienne Stafre) and Social Liberal Union of Krsta (Sozialiberalnne Liet da Krsta) entered the parliament.

Presidential election in Krsta are held each 4 years, while parliamentary elections are held each 3 years. President is the one who forms the cabinet, but person who rules the Government is Prime minister (also appointed by the President).

Presidential election consist of two rounds. The first one is on January 30 and the second on 6th of February.
Parliamentary election takes place on October 9, each 2 years.

Presidential inauguration happens on 17th of February. He is sworn in by the major judge (nothing similar to President of Supreme court, this is just a formal position, he is not superior in any way; his duty is for example to read the judgement and open the court session and so on) of PCJ, on the copy of the 1937 Constitution of Krsta. There is no limit of how many times one can be re-elected, but it cannot take place consecutively).

Cabinet formation usually lasts for about a month and most of the Government inaugural ceremonies took place on March 21 (exceptions are the Pearlgold's Government, which was sworn in on March 19, 1959; Frankford's Government was sworn in on March 17, 1971; Danuta Polak's Government was inaugurated on March 29, 1995).

Parliamentary election are held each 2 years since October 1918.

-1918 election: Social democrats (winning 211 seats)
-1920 election: Social liberals (winning 238 seats)
-1922 election: Social democrats (winning 198 seats)
-1924 election: Social democrats (winning 191 seats)
-1926 election: Social democrats (winning 193 seats)
-1928 election: Social democrats (winning 203 seats)
-1930 election: Social democrats (winning 207 seats)
-1932 election: Social democrats (winning 188 seats)
-1934 election: Social democrats (winning 190 sats)
-1936 election: Social liberals (winning 192 seats)
-1938 election: Social liberals (winning 326 seats)
-1940 election: Social liberals (winning 329 seats)
-1942 election: Social liberals (winning 327 seats)
-1944 election: Social democrats (winning 364 seats)
-1946 election: Social democrats (winning 351 seats)
-1948 election: Social democrats (winning 337 seats)
-1950 election: Social liberals (winning 328 seats)
-1952 election: Social democrats (winning 330 seats)
-1954 election: Social liberals (winning 332 seats)
-1956 election: Social democrats (winning 335 seats)
-1958 election: Social liberals (winning 329 seats)
-1960 election: Social liberals (winning 327 seats)
-1962 election: Social liberals (winning 334 seats)
-1964 election: Social democrats (winning 336 seats)
-1966 election: Social democrats (winning 334 seats)
-1968 election: Social liberals (winning 328 seats)
-1970 election: Social democrats (winning 330 seats)
-1972 election: Social liberals (winning 329 seats)
-1974 election: Social democrats (winning 335 seats)
-1976 election: Social liberals (winning 327 seats)
-1978 election: Social democrats (winning 331 seats)
-1980 election: Social liberals (winning 330 seats)
-1982 election: Social democrats (winning 332 seats)
-1984 election: Social liberals (winning 328 seats)
-1986 election: Social liberals (winning 331 seats)
-1988 election: Social liberals (winning 334 seats)
-1990 election: Social democrats (winning 339 seats)
-1992 election: Social liberals (winning 327 seats)
-1994 election: Social democrats (winning 342 seats)
-1996 election: Social liberals (winning 326 seats)
-1998 election: Social democrats (winning 338 seats)
-2000 election: Social liberals (winning 330 seats)
-2002 election: Social liberals (winning 328 seats)
-2004 election: Social liberals (winning 333 seats)
-2006 election: Social liberals (winning 331 seats)
-2008 election: Social democrats (winning 333 seats)
-2010 election: Social democrats (winning 332 seats)

That what is important to notice is that both social democracy and social liberalism here are totally different then the RL one. Social liberalism is usually considered capitalist ideology and is adopted even by the right-wing parties. Here, social liberalism tends to privatization of some factories or companies, but it is yet far from capitalism. It supports the welfare state and it is certainyl centre-left. The most pro-free market factions are at the center in SLUK. On the other hand, ISDP is something like Ulof Palme or Giuseppe Saragat and their democratic socialism, although there are also far left factions (they are quite rare, but they do exist).

The most left-wing party is the All-Communist Alliance of Krsta (AAK), which was established on November 22, 1954 and had stalinism-maoism as it's primary ideology until the 2001 reform. Now, it is a marxist-leninist party, again with strong stalinist factions.

The most right-wing party is the National Patriotic Front (NPF), which is far right and is among the most unpopular political parties. On January 21, 2007 the initiative to ban the party was bought before the Political Parties Registration Commission (Politieke Partei Registreren Kommissien - PPRK). On January 23, NPF agreed to go through the questioning process. On the party assembly on January 31, they decided to send the "softest" delegate to the questioning. On February 8, it was announced that the questioning will begin on March 6 and last from 10:00 am until 03:00 pm each day and that it will conclude on March 13. On April 28, the discussion before the PPRK began and it ended on May 21. On June 9, it was decided that if NPF does not want to cease to exist it shall restrict fascism, racism and other forms of hate speech and discrimination to it's members. They were given a deadline - December 2007, when the new inspection will begin. In August 2007, party was reformed expelling fascists and racists from it's members. Before the reform they had 132 members. After, they had 91 members. As of October 2010, they have 97 members. On December 29, 2007 a report about the party was sent to PPRK. On March 10, 2008 it was decided not to ban NPF.
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Postby Krsta » Fri Oct 29, 2010 10:41 pm

Demography

Religious demographics as of October 2010:

Atheists 64%
Agnostics 27%
Taoism 4%
Buddhism 2,5%
Rastafarian 2%
Other 0,5% (0,2% being Jews and the rest mostly Christians and Muslims)

Sexuality demographics as of October 2010:

58% - Heterosexuals
14% - Homosexuals
19% - Bisexuals
5% - Asexuals
3% - Pansexuals/Omnisexuals/Polysexuals
1% - Other
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Culture

We are a multiethnic and multiracial, thus also a multicultural, society. We are open-minded and tolerant.

The most popular music in Krsta is classic. We have a lot of classical music composers and we are proud of it!

However, the favorite art of the Krstans is photography. Krstan embassies abroad anually organize the exposition of the images made by Krstan photographers worldwide. However, those are the copies which are shown there - originals are in front of the Government building in December each year. Top 3 photographs are choosen + best photograph for each category.

There are also some famous krstan painters, drawers, sculptors, novelists, poets, film directors etc. It is very common for each public figure to write it's memoirs upon retiring/leaving the political or social scene. It is hard to find a single person which didn't write it's own autobiography.

Nearly all Krstans, no matter of their age, write diaries regularly.

Holidays

Most of holidays are secular. That what is specially unique is that high number of holidays are not non-working each year, but, for example each 3 or 4 years (for example the day Government is being inaugurated, commonly 21 March, is non-working each 4 years, just as February 17, Inauguration day is. Election day (each 4 years), January 30, is non-working. October 9, each 2 years, is also non-working, as it is parliamentary election day).

January 27 - Independence day
January 30 (only each 4 years; last time: 2007 - next time: 2011) - Election day (first round)
February 17 (only each 4 years; last time: 2007 - next time: 2011) - Inauguration day
February 22 - Anti-fascist action day (Commemorating Sophie Larienne)
March ?? (mostly 21) (only each 4 years; last time: 2007 - next time: 2011) - Government day
May 1 and 2 - Labour day
May 8 and 9 - Victory day
October 9 (only each 2 years; last time: 2010 - next time: 2012) - Election day (Rasfallemenn)
October 29 - Rasfallemenn day
November 9 - Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Fascist Terror (Commemorating the pogrom of Jews, Roma, anti-fascists etc)
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Postby Krsta » Sat Oct 30, 2010 8:45 pm

What is legal and what is not in Krsta?

1. Homosexuality - Perfectly legal and quite common. About 14% of the population declares themselves as homosexuals (2010).
2. Same-sex marriage - No such a thing as marriage. We practice free love.
3. Same-sex couples child adoption - Perfeclty legal.
4. Homosexuals can donate blood? - That could you or not donate blood does not depend on your sexuality, but on the issue are you healthy or not. Heterosexual can have AIDS as well.
5. Incest - Very uncommon. However, just as any other sexual activity, it is perfectly legal just as long as it is consensual and done by two independent and responsible citizens.
6. Meat-eating - Murder is prohibited, so meat-eating is, as well. There is no opposition to this law, because Krstans generally (even the worst scum) respect the value of life and their moral and ethics would never let them enjoy in something which made other living being unhappy or in this case dead.
7. Abortion - Perfeclty legal, although very uncommon. As I said previously, life is certainly the thing Krstans respect the most.
8. Zoo - There are no ZOOs in Krsta. Animals have freedom of movement. However, as zoology (just as any other biology) lessons always take place outside, in the natuer, students always see nearly all animal species.
9. Circus - Circus is unheard of in Krsta. Using animals in circus would be treated as exploitation and therefore contrary to the basic principles of the Constitution of 1937 and therefore illegal and unconstitutional.
10. Slavery - Unheard of. Freedom is among the most important values of the Krstan life-style. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
11. Demonstration - The fundamental right of the free individual. Direct action against those who violate the one's human and civil rights is encouraged. However, Krstans are notable for using and vocally admiring peaceful and non-violent protest.
12. Public nudity - Perfectly legal and quite common. It is considered completely natural here.
13. Sex in public - Legal, although uncommon.
14. Voting age - No such a thing. When you declare independence (Independence and emancipation act) you gain all those rights, like voting, drinking, having sex, smoking... The youngest person ever to declare independence was a girl which emancipated at 5. Now, she is 13 years old and she is fine, working as a fashion adviser. Oldest person ever to declare independence was a guy who did it at 38. It happened in 1986. He died in June 2009 of heart failure. He was previously working as security guard on the beach parties.
15. Drugs - All drugs are legal.
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One of the most common things in Krsta are referendums. They happen many times yearly (in 2010 - 7 referendums; in 2009 - 10 referendums; in 2008 13 referendums; in 2007 - 10 referendums); in 2006 4 referendums; in 2005 7 referendums; in 2004 6 referendums...)

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Postby Krsta » Sat Oct 30, 2010 8:58 pm

Statistics

Life expectancy - 85; 82 for males and 87 for females
Literacy rate - 100%
Number of immigrants - 74 million immigrants (Immigration policy is among the most liberal in the whole World, our borders are always open for anyone)
English speakers - 93% of population speaks English fluently; 5.5% are passive speakers, while 1.5% does not speak English at all

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Education

Educational program is not compulsory and it is not separated. Every lecturer must apply for each single lecture to the National Commission for Education (Nationaal Kommissien voor Edukatien; NKE). During the lecture, everyone is treated equally, with honor and dignity. School is in fact more like a debating club, in which opinions are expressed and discussed and so on. Everyone, regardless of age, can attend whatever lecture he wants to. There are no students, everyone can enter at whatever part of lecture he wants to and so on. The only role of a school is the location of where lectures take place, although many times they are held outside, in the nature.

Example: Person walks by the street in which one of the school buildings is located. Nearly everyone acknowledges the school and looks at the weekly schedule. It is written "History; Topic: The Antifascist Rebellion of 1943; Lecturer: John Doe; Location: Classroom #924, Sophie Larienne Educational Center; Time: 08:00-10:00 pm - Monday, 1 November 2010."

NKE has total of 786 000 employees all over the country. Each school board consists of approximately 10 to 50 members. Only a few lectures in history of Krsta were rejected by the school board.

The youngest person ever to go to school was Alex Friedman who, in 1997, went to school at the age of 3. He stayed there until 2006, when he was 12. He declared independence on November 30, 2005 and from December 2005 until March 2008 he was working as professor of microbiology, hosting over 120 lectures on that topic. On March 5, 2008 he announced he is retiring after his final lecture which will take place on March 26. Hundreds attended. He announced he will rest a bit and maybe he'll be back in 3 years. On August 9, 2008 he published book "Microbiology for beginners" and book "Microbiological research: 2005-2008" on January 26, 2009. On April 10, 2009 he attended zoology lecture and is still being part of them. On August 13, 2010 he stated that it is possible for him to begin hosting lectures about zoology and to publish a book on that topic. He also said that he is exepting to continue with microbioology lectures in July 2011.

The oldest person ever to go to school was Tim Jefferson who, in 1999, went to school at the age of 16. He stayed there until February 2005, when he was nearly 22. He held only one lecture in his life - on March 23, 2006 about music and guitars. He is active musician and in November 2007 he formed a band "Rock me 83!" It disintegrated on March 15, 2009. In April 2009 Tim (popularly known as "Timmy") said he is retiring for some time. On June 3, 2010 he stated that the "return concert" will be held on August 26 in Weltingsen, on northeast of Krsta. On October 24, 2010 he said he will open a guitar school in 2012.

The person to stay in school for the longest time was Ginna Larmail who enrolled in 1967 and staid in school until 1983. She was 9 when she came for the first time. She mainly attended music (1968-1983), fashion (1973-1983), biology (1967-1980) and painting (1977-1983) lessons. She worked as DJ from 1983 until 1989, when she became a painter, but continued to attend lessons of biology after 9 years. Although she is still a painter, she is fashion designer since summer 1996. In July 2009, she announced that she is retiring in 2011.

Most people attend Acting, Painting, Literary and English (as foreign language) lessons. There are more then 3000 areas about which lectures are held.

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Postby Ayla Taksidi » Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:37 pm

What is the view of magic and magical peoples in Krsta?

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Postby Krsta » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:15 pm

Ayla Taksidi wrote:What is the view of magic and magical peoples in Krsta?


Unheard of.

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Postby Greater Rhodes » Sun Oct 31, 2010 12:55 am

What percentage of foreigners immigrating to Krsta this year were Rhodians and how well have our nation's people integrated into Krstan society?
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Postby Krsta » Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:39 am

Greater Rhodes wrote:What percentage of foreigners immigrating to Krsta this year were Rhodians and how well have our nation's people integrated into Krstan society?


We are very sorry to inform you that we are unable to release the documents for this year, because 2010 is still ongoing. They will be available in January 2011.

However, in 2009 total of 57 329 Rhodians immigrated to Krsta, with most (28 986) coming here in October 2009.

There are hardly any immigrants who didn't integrated well in our society. We are open for different cultures and we appreciate diversity.
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Postby Saurisia » Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:46 am

What is Krsta's stance on Reptilian non-Humans?
Israslovakahzerbajan wrote:Stealing a copy of The Land Before Time.
Coccygia wrote:The only good mammal is a dead mammal.
Pythria wrote:Fascist dictatorship run by dinosaurs. I like it
Tartonica wrote:2/10 because dinosaurs do NOT rule nations (Except for Saurisia)
The Tavan Race wrote:Yeah, your nation scares me
Wolohanistan wrote:Saurisia - Dinosaur Dictatorship is the best dictatorship, not that we support that sort of thing.
Conoga wrote:Dinosaurs-in-Bikinis-Boy
Lancov wrote:Condemn, because we now have to go soak our brains in bleach.
The Floor Kippers wrote:We Have Dinosaurs.....Argument Rendered Invalid
Grossrheinland Reich wrote:DINOSAUR FETISHIST
Tetraca wrote:Also: yay, Saurisia's here! This thread just became more awesome :D
FT Population: 1,000,000,000,000
DINOSAURS RULE!

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Postby Krsta » Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:35 pm

Saurisia wrote:What is Krsta's stance on Reptilian non-Humans?


No such creatures in MT. ;)

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Postby Saurisia » Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:47 pm

Actually, some MT nations (and PT nations) DO have them, case in point: The Floor Kippers, they have non-Human sapients, and they're MT.
Israslovakahzerbajan wrote:Stealing a copy of The Land Before Time.
Coccygia wrote:The only good mammal is a dead mammal.
Pythria wrote:Fascist dictatorship run by dinosaurs. I like it
Tartonica wrote:2/10 because dinosaurs do NOT rule nations (Except for Saurisia)
The Tavan Race wrote:Yeah, your nation scares me
Wolohanistan wrote:Saurisia - Dinosaur Dictatorship is the best dictatorship, not that we support that sort of thing.
Conoga wrote:Dinosaurs-in-Bikinis-Boy
Lancov wrote:Condemn, because we now have to go soak our brains in bleach.
The Floor Kippers wrote:We Have Dinosaurs.....Argument Rendered Invalid
Grossrheinland Reich wrote:DINOSAUR FETISHIST
Tetraca wrote:Also: yay, Saurisia's here! This thread just became more awesome :D
FT Population: 1,000,000,000,000
DINOSAURS RULE!

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Postby Krsta » Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:54 pm

Saurisia wrote:Actually, some MT nations (and PT nations) DO have them, case in point: The Floor Kippers, they have non-Human sapients, and they're MT.


Hm OK, but they are non-existent in Krsta.

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Postby Saurisia » Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:56 pm

I see...
Israslovakahzerbajan wrote:Stealing a copy of The Land Before Time.
Coccygia wrote:The only good mammal is a dead mammal.
Pythria wrote:Fascist dictatorship run by dinosaurs. I like it
Tartonica wrote:2/10 because dinosaurs do NOT rule nations (Except for Saurisia)
The Tavan Race wrote:Yeah, your nation scares me
Wolohanistan wrote:Saurisia - Dinosaur Dictatorship is the best dictatorship, not that we support that sort of thing.
Conoga wrote:Dinosaurs-in-Bikinis-Boy
Lancov wrote:Condemn, because we now have to go soak our brains in bleach.
The Floor Kippers wrote:We Have Dinosaurs.....Argument Rendered Invalid
Grossrheinland Reich wrote:DINOSAUR FETISHIST
Tetraca wrote:Also: yay, Saurisia's here! This thread just became more awesome :D
FT Population: 1,000,000,000,000
DINOSAURS RULE!

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Postby Reemeenee » Tue Nov 02, 2010 7:43 am

What is your stance on Catholics and Catholic faith?

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Postby Krsta » Wed Nov 03, 2010 7:08 am

Reemeenee wrote:What is your stance on Catholics and Catholic faith?


Catholics make up around 0,01% of population, however none of them strictly respect the Christian religion, just as no one other does because stoning of female partners (conventional marriage is unheard of), war crimes and other forms of violation of human rights promoted by the Bible (and other "holy books", as well) is prohibited by the law.

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Postby Krsta » Wed Nov 03, 2010 10:19 am

BREAKING NEWS: While opening today's session of Rasfallemenn, incumbent president, Paul Goldstein (serving since March 18, 2005) announced he is resigning, effective 23 December. Nearly all parliamentarians agreed that Rafallemenn shall recognize his work in a resolution dedicated to him.

Flashback: Paul Goldstein was born on November 11, 1934. He began elementary education in 1939 and finished it in 1946. He declared independence on July 6, 1947 and began with lecturing on the topic of early 20th century history in September 1947 finishing his career in June 1954. He joined Independent Social Democratic Party in December 1951. He was also present on about 40 lessons on medicine in period 1949-1952. In June 1954 he said he needed a little rest, but that he will probably continue. However, in November 1954 he appeared on lessons about fighting fascism in 1943 joining discussions from the witness'es viewpoint. In October 1956, he began studying human rights law and in 1962 he was elected to Rasfallemenn. Although he didn't seek re-election in 1966, 1968 and 1970, he did it in 1972. He was re-elected in 1974 and 1976. In 1978, he joined the Rasfallemenn Committee for Human Rights and in 1979 Rasfallemenn Committee for Medicine and Health Care. In 1983, he co-sponsored resolution admiring organization "Doctors Without Borders" and in 1986 he began fighting for journalist's cause. He also supported ecology and green activism, even sometimes descibing hismelf as eco-socialist. From 1993 until 1998 he served as one of 5 vice-presidents of Rasfallemenn and re-gained the position in 2001. He also chaired "Rasfallemenn Committee for Medicine and Health Care" for three brief periods - in 1987, 1996-97 and 1999. He was also vice-president of the Committee for Human Rights from 2003 until 2005. He joined Fund for Promotion of Democracy in December 2000.

On February 18, 2005 he was nominated for successor of incumbent Neda Van Helden who resigned after 4 years of chairing. Exactly a month after that, he was approved on an extraordinary, closed session of Rasfallemenn and was inaugurated on the same occassion.

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Postby Koza Nostra » Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:17 am

Good factbook

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Postby Krsta » Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:17 am

Koza Nostra wrote:Good factbook


Thanks. Any questions?

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Postby Power and Stability » Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:38 am

What about Krsta's military
The People's Union

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Postby Krsta » Sat Dec 04, 2010 12:32 pm

Power and Stability wrote:What about Krsta's military


Krsta doesn't have a military. Nor did it ever had one. We are a hippie-pacifist nation which was founded by the group of philosophers, intellectuals and dissidents who just wanted to escape from tyrannies which spend the people's money on military and similar crap.

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Postby Vibrosestan » Sat Dec 04, 2010 1:44 pm

What happens should your nation be attacked, then?
Factbook: http://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=82422
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