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Battlion
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 425
Founded: Aug 01, 2011
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Battlion » Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:59 pm

Malgrave wrote:


- When did you get divorced
- Why did you get married at such an early age?
- Do you have a particular favourite hat?
- In the future do you intend to run for a position inside the government?

President Eugenia Malgrave is open to questions


1) Me and my ex-wife got divorced two years ago
2) Young Love and when you think you find the person you want to spend your life with
3) Not really, but I do have a slight passion for Fez's and Stetsons
4) Only if the government was committed to a left wing programme.
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Ikania
Minister
 
Posts: 3345
Founded: Jun 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Ikania » Thu Feb 05, 2015 9:16 pm

Simon Almagro is no longer open to questioning due to his death.
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Ikania
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Posts: 3345
Founded: Jun 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Ikania » Thu Feb 05, 2015 10:20 pm

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Javier Escuella - Liberal Democratic Party
Account Name: Ikania
Occupation: Senator
Constituency: Rideau
Political Ideology: Centre-leftist, social democrat.
Family: Wife: Maria Reyes Escuella, Son: Agustin Escuella
Background: Javier was born in Merida, Mexico in 1959, to a Spanish mother and a Calaverdean father. After receiving new job opportunities in San Cristobal, the Escuella family moved to Rideau, a fast-growing city with one of the biggest majorities of English speakers in the country. During his childhood, Javier showed an interest in politics, one which carried out through his teens. He want to law school and received a master's degree in political science from the University of San Cristobal soon after. His first wife, Isabella Sanchez Escuella, was three months pregnant with a girl when the Black Sabbath took her life in 1984. He was eventually remarried in 1996, to Maria Reyes, and had a son in 2001, Agustin Escuella. Under the military rule, Javier continued his practice as a lawyer, before his law firm closed due to the civil war in 2006. During the war, he became a spy for the rebel coalition, acting as a lawyer on the side of the Junta. Being paid by both sides, he was making enough money to procure a modest estate on the coast of San Cristobal, but currently lives in a nice house purchased on Orgullo street, not twenty kilometers from his beach home. For his work, he was granted a large sum of money after the Junta was overthrown. After that, Javier decided to go into federal politics. He ran for the Rideau seat against incumbent Simon Almagro, set to be Almagro's biggest competitor in the upcoming municipal election in late March, until he was assassinated. With only minor, third party candidates to oppose him, Escuella won a landslide victory in the Rideau by-election.
Faith: Non-denominational Christian- does not really follow any specific church's teachings, interprets the Bible and Christ in his own way.
Likes: Spicy food, saxophones, piano playing, warm weather, dark colors, the Clash.
Dislikes: Headaches, winter, corruption, radicalism, Argentina.
Any Questions from the Public to be answered? Not yet.
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FOOTBALL'S COMING HOME
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Costa Fierro wrote:hope you get hit by a bus you cancerous piece of shit
Kamchastkia wrote:Piece of fucking shit
Kill yourself
Prussia-Steinbach wrote:You're historically illiterate and a piece of shit human
I am promising you that if I ever get ahold of you, I will cripple or kill you.
New World Oceania wrote:I wish you weren't such a straight up goddamn fucking idiot
go fuck yourself
94 Block wrote:But you can go fuck yourself, ungrateful cunt.
Cameron Romefeller wrote:you knuckle dragging fuckstick from a backwater gcr
Canton Empire wrote:You are a scumbag who deserves a special spot in hell for what you do
Big Bad Badger wrote:Ike, the petulant child act is getting old.

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New Werpland
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Posts: 4647
Founded: Dec 11, 2014
Ex-Nation

Postby New Werpland » Fri Feb 06, 2015 1:37 pm

Balthazar Grec Abaroa - Liberal Democrat
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Account Name: New Werpland
Occupation: Senator, Professor
Party Position(s): N/A
Constituency: Academics and Teachers
Political Ideology: Third Way Centrism
Family: Wife: Dagmar Silverman (an accountant,who choose to keep her surname), Son: Marc Abaroa (who owns a small chain of movie theaters in New York and New Jersey)
Background: Balthazar Abaroa was born into a middle class family of Spanish Emigrants in 1954 San Cristobal. Balthazar's father was depressed and unemployed for most of his childhood, while his mother supported the family as a Geology professor. Balthazar moved to New York in 1973, where he achieved a phd in philosophy at Cornell only 6 years after his arrival in the United States. Balthazar taught at Colombia University in New York City for 3 decades, and grew relatively popular for his course "Politics and Justice". Balthazar was lesser known for his avid habit of hanging around in left wing hippie bars in NYC, where he would drink socialize, and supposedly smoke Marijuana. To much surprise, Balthazar quit his job in 2009 to return to Calaverde, and hopefully influence policy there.
Faith: Agnostic
Likes: Whiskey, Centrism, Architecture, Marijuana, Philosophy.
Dislikes: Libertarianism, Relativism, Ranch dressing.
Any Questions from the Public to be answered?
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New Werpland
Senator
 
Posts: 4647
Founded: Dec 11, 2014
Ex-Nation

Postby New Werpland » Fri Feb 06, 2015 1:49 pm

Senator Balthazar Abaroa is open for questions

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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Fri Feb 06, 2015 6:54 pm

Michael Giuliani - Social Democratic Alliance
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Account Name: The Social Democracy of Collatis
Occupation: President, Senator, Politician, ex-military
Party Position(s):
Founding Member

Positions in Government:
President of Calaverde

Constituency: Sedona
Political Ideology: Democracy, Internationalism, Interventionism, Secularism, Social Democracy
Family: Wife- Ann Archy Giuliani (Political Activist & Lobbyist)
Father- Joseph Giuliani (Retired, Lives in New Jersey)
Mother- Adrian Giuliani (Artist, Lives in New Jersey)
Brother- Liam Giuliani (Politician in Calaverde)
Brother- Collatis Giuliani (Deceased)
Background: Michael Giuliani was born on May 23rd, 1980 in Sedona, Calaverde to parents Joseph Giuliani and Adrian Giuliani, both of who were originally from the United States. His eldest brother, Collatis Giuliani, was 15 years older than Michael, who looked up to Collatis greatly, and his younger brother, Liam Giuliani, is 3 years younger than him. Collatis had been conceived before Joseph and Adrian were married, and they waited a while afterwards before deciding to have more children. Michael grew up learning English and Spanish fluently and a little bit of Hebrew from his mom, along with a bit of French and Dutch. His father was a fairly successful lawyer and his mother was both a housewife and an artist. Both of his parents were politically active and members of the Liberal Democratic Party. However, his mother was on the left side of the party, and his father on the right. When the party split and the Social Democrats were formed, Adrian left the LibDems for the Social Democrats, while Joseph became an independent and switched between voting for the LibDems and Christian Democratic Party. By the time that Michael was four, Collatis was not only in college majoring in Political Science, but he was interning with the Social Democratic Party and slowly moving up the ranks, despite his lack of experience. On September 13th, 1984, the family left for its annual trip back to the United States to visit both sides of the family. Collatis chose to stay home that year, to focus on school and work. The family planned to return on the 20th. However, everything changed on September 19th, or the Black Sabbath. Power was lost and a charity fundraiser that was being attended by members of the government was attacked. Many government officials were killed in the attack, including Michael's brother, Collatis. Joseph postponed the family's trip back to Calaverde, knowing of the unrest, and traveled back himself, looking for Collatis. Joseph learned of his son's death, and barely escaped back to the United States himself. The family was devastated and did not return to Calaverde, partially due to bad memories, particularly due to how increasingly unsafe and authoritarian Calaverde was becoming. Michael grew up the rest of his childhood in New Jersey and graduated from high school with admirable grades, and plans to major in Political Science, just like his brother. He attended Princeton, where he met his now wife, Ann, and graduated with a Ph.D. in political Science, just like he planned. He dabbled in American politics for a few years, but his heart was not in it. He considered teaching at an university, but he knew that that would not be enough for him. He found his role in becoming a leader in the Free Calaverde movement in the United States. He formed the P4FC (People For a Free Calaverde) and helped it grow in popularity and influence. However, his efforts did little to nothing to sway the United States' policy on Calaverde. However, in 2006, when the truth was revealed about the Black Sabbath, Michael decided he had to return to Calaverde and assist in his birthplace's fight for freedom. He assisted in the eradication of the Junta and, once the war was over, decided to run for the newly established senate with the Democratic Left. He, with the somewhat overstated reputation of being a war hero, defeated his opponent, American entrepreneur Boris Ing of the Free Citizens Party. Ing was interpreted by voters as an American Capitalist who wanted to return Calaverde to being nothing more than an American economic asset. Today, Senator Giuliani and his wife live in Sedona, along with a smaller place in San Cristobal, though they still visit the United States routinely.
Faith: Athiest, raised half-Jewish, half-Catholic
Likes: Just look at my sig under the politics spoiler
Dislikes: ^
Any Questions from the Public to be answered? Ask away!
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Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Fri Feb 06, 2015 7:03 pm

Senator Giuliani is now open for questions.

Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Heraklea-
Diplomat
 
Posts: 948
Founded: Jun 29, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Heraklea- » Fri Feb 06, 2015 7:06 pm

Collatis wrote:Senator Giuliani is now open for questions.

Do you identify more with your Jewish or Catholic heritage?

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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Fri Feb 06, 2015 7:16 pm

Heraklea- wrote:Do you ididentify more with your Jewish or Catholic heritage?

That is a difficult question. I would have to say my Jewish heritage since I feel more connected to my Italian heritage than my specifically Catholic heritage. Also, being Catholic is not exactly rare in Calaverde.

Also, if anyone knows of any pictures that might be good for my character, please do tell. He is 35 years old, slightly below average height, about 5'7"-5'8", has brown hair and green eyes, is Caucasian, would wear a suit, or atleast something formal and is on the skinny side. That is just my general idea of what he would look like.
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Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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New Bierstaat
Diplomat
 
Posts: 849
Founded: Nov 12, 2012
Ex-Nation

Postby New Bierstaat » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:54 am

Collatis wrote:
Heraklea- wrote:Do you ididentify more with your Jewish or Catholic heritage?

That is a difficult question. I would have to say my Jewish heritage since I feel more connected to my Italian heritage than my specifically Catholic heritage. Also, being Catholic is not exactly rare in Calaverde.

Also, if anyone knows of any pictures that might be good for my character, please do tell. He is 35 years old, slightly below average height, about 5'7"-5'8", has brown hair and green eyes, is Caucasian, would wear a suit, or atleast something formal and is on the skinny side. That is just my general idea of what he would look like.

My RL congressman, Aaron Schock (R-IL18) fits that description.
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The Nihilistic view
Powerbroker
 
Posts: 8272
Founded: May 14, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby The Nihilistic view » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:11 am

Collatis wrote:
Heraklea- wrote:Do you ididentify more with your Jewish or Catholic heritage?

That is a difficult question. I would have to say my Jewish heritage since I feel more connected to my Italian heritage than my specifically Catholic heritage. Also, being Catholic is not exactly rare in Calaverde.

Also, if anyone knows of any pictures that might be good for my character, please do tell. He is 35 years old, slightly below average height, about 5'7"-5'8", has brown hair and green eyes, is Caucasian, would wear a suit, or atleast something formal and is on the skinny side. That is just my general idea of what he would look like.


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Malgrave
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Posts: 5600
Founded: Mar 29, 2011
Democratic Socialists

Postby Malgrave » Mon Feb 09, 2015 7:48 am

Collatis wrote:Senator Giuliani is now open for questions.


What was it like to grow up in a multi-religion family?
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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:18 am

The Nihilistic view wrote:

Ha, perfect!

Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Collatis
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Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:27 am

Malgrave wrote:What was it like to grow up in a multi-religion family?

Neither of my parents were particularly religious, so there was not really any arguments over it. Though my father went to Catholic School as a child, he was always distrustful of organized religion. My mother, though she was Jewish, she did not really practice and was more focused on a personal connection with God. However, I did learn the value to different religions and backgrounds and how, deep down, all people have the same basic values. I believe that if people can put aside their petty squabbles and differences, then they will find that they are not so different after all.

Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:28 am

New Bierstaat wrote:My RL congressman, Aaron Schock (R-IL18) fits that description.

Mmm, long lost twins, maybe?

Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Ikania
Minister
 
Posts: 3345
Founded: Jun 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Ikania » Mon Feb 09, 2015 3:03 pm

Senator Javier Escuella is now open to questions.
FOOTBALL'S COMING HOME
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Costa Fierro wrote:hope you get hit by a bus you cancerous piece of shit
Kamchastkia wrote:Piece of fucking shit
Kill yourself
Prussia-Steinbach wrote:You're historically illiterate and a piece of shit human
I am promising you that if I ever get ahold of you, I will cripple or kill you.
New World Oceania wrote:I wish you weren't such a straight up goddamn fucking idiot
go fuck yourself
94 Block wrote:But you can go fuck yourself, ungrateful cunt.
Cameron Romefeller wrote:you knuckle dragging fuckstick from a backwater gcr
Canton Empire wrote:You are a scumbag who deserves a special spot in hell for what you do
Big Bad Badger wrote:Ike, the petulant child act is getting old.

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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:08 pm

Ikania wrote:Senator Javier Escuella is now open to questions.

Senator Escuella, what do you say to the rumors that you had something to do with your opponent's assassination?

Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Ikania
Minister
 
Posts: 3345
Founded: Jun 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Ikania » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:13 pm

Collatis wrote:
Ikania wrote:Senator Javier Escuella is now open to questions.

Senator Escuella, what do you say to the rumors that you had something to do with your opponent's assassination?

I understand the reason for concern, but I assure you all that I had nothing to do with Simon's unfortunate demise. I've been in cooperation with the police and coroner's office, and I've been told that the killer was some sort of gang member, but that's it. Of course I wanted to win, but... not like this. I said it a few days ago to another journalist: if the perpetrator did it in an attempt to make me win, then it's not in my name. I wholeheartedly condemn, vilify and by all means disown anyone who thinks killing is an honest way to procure victory.
FOOTBALL'S COMING HOME
(retired)
Costa Fierro wrote:hope you get hit by a bus you cancerous piece of shit
Kamchastkia wrote:Piece of fucking shit
Kill yourself
Prussia-Steinbach wrote:You're historically illiterate and a piece of shit human
I am promising you that if I ever get ahold of you, I will cripple or kill you.
New World Oceania wrote:I wish you weren't such a straight up goddamn fucking idiot
go fuck yourself
94 Block wrote:But you can go fuck yourself, ungrateful cunt.
Cameron Romefeller wrote:you knuckle dragging fuckstick from a backwater gcr
Canton Empire wrote:You are a scumbag who deserves a special spot in hell for what you do
Big Bad Badger wrote:Ike, the petulant child act is getting old.

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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:19 pm

Mmm, very good answer. I have another question.
There has recently been a bit of debate about conscription in the armed forces for Calaverde. What is your stance on it, Senator Escuella?
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Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Ikania
Minister
 
Posts: 3345
Founded: Jun 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Ikania » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:48 pm

Collatis wrote:Mmm, very good answer. I have another question.
There has recently been a bit of debate about conscription in the armed forces for Calaverde. What is your stance on it, Senator Escuella?

Well I do believe I've made myself rather clear in the chamber, unless it wasn't televised like I thought it was. Currently, our military has massive manpower for a country our size, having just exited a war. As well, we are currently assimilating guerrilla militias into our regular forces, and as such, I don't think we should infringe on the rights of our citizens by making it any larger. What's more is that we are no longer facing an imminent threat, just a few empty threats from angry idiots. I think it's best to compose our army of volunteers only, as each man and woman currently serving could also be taking up another nation-building profession, such as mining, teaching, et cetera, instead of doing training exersizes and the like.
FOOTBALL'S COMING HOME
(retired)
Costa Fierro wrote:hope you get hit by a bus you cancerous piece of shit
Kamchastkia wrote:Piece of fucking shit
Kill yourself
Prussia-Steinbach wrote:You're historically illiterate and a piece of shit human
I am promising you that if I ever get ahold of you, I will cripple or kill you.
New World Oceania wrote:I wish you weren't such a straight up goddamn fucking idiot
go fuck yourself
94 Block wrote:But you can go fuck yourself, ungrateful cunt.
Cameron Romefeller wrote:you knuckle dragging fuckstick from a backwater gcr
Canton Empire wrote:You are a scumbag who deserves a special spot in hell for what you do
Big Bad Badger wrote:Ike, the petulant child act is getting old.

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Collatis
Minister
 
Posts: 2691
Founded: Aug 10, 2014
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:16 pm

Ikania wrote:Well I do believe I've made myself rather clear in the chamber, unless it wasn't televised like I thought it was. Currently, our military has massive manpower for a country our size, having just exited a war. As well, we are currently assimilating guerrilla militias into our regular forces, and as such, I don't think we should infringe on the rights of our citizens by making it any larger. What's more is that we are no longer facing an imminent threat, just a few empty threats from angry idiots. I think it's best to compose our army of volunteers only, as each man and woman currently serving could also be taking up another nation-building profession, such as mining, teaching, et cetera, instead of doing training exersizes and the like.

I couldn't agree more. I look foward to working together with you in our coalition.

Social Democrat | Humanist | Progressive | Internationalist | New Dealer

PRO: social democracy, internationalism, progressivism, democracy,
republicanism, human rights, democratic socialism, Keynesianism,
EU, NATO, two-state solution, Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders
CON: conservatism, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, neoliberalism,
death penalty, Marxism-Leninism, laissez faire, reaction, fascism,
antisemitism, isolationism, Republican Party, Donald Trump


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Ikania
Minister
 
Posts: 3345
Founded: Jun 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Ikania » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:27 pm

Collatis wrote:
Ikania wrote:Well I do believe I've made myself rather clear in the chamber, unless it wasn't televised like I thought it was. Currently, our military has massive manpower for a country our size, having just exited a war. As well, we are currently assimilating guerrilla militias into our regular forces, and as such, I don't think we should infringe on the rights of our citizens by making it any larger. What's more is that we are no longer facing an imminent threat, just a few empty threats from angry idiots. I think it's best to compose our army of volunteers only, as each man and woman currently serving could also be taking up another nation-building profession, such as mining, teaching, et cetera, instead of doing training exersizes and the like.

I couldn't agree more. I look foward to working together with you in our coalition.

Thank you, likewise.
FOOTBALL'S COMING HOME
(retired)
Costa Fierro wrote:hope you get hit by a bus you cancerous piece of shit
Kamchastkia wrote:Piece of fucking shit
Kill yourself
Prussia-Steinbach wrote:You're historically illiterate and a piece of shit human
I am promising you that if I ever get ahold of you, I will cripple or kill you.
New World Oceania wrote:I wish you weren't such a straight up goddamn fucking idiot
go fuck yourself
94 Block wrote:But you can go fuck yourself, ungrateful cunt.
Cameron Romefeller wrote:you knuckle dragging fuckstick from a backwater gcr
Canton Empire wrote:You are a scumbag who deserves a special spot in hell for what you do
Big Bad Badger wrote:Ike, the petulant child act is getting old.

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Memell
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 489
Founded: May 03, 2014
Ex-Nation

Postby Memell » Wed Feb 11, 2015 9:02 am

[box]Arno Kaeder -National People´s Front
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Account Name: Memell
Occupation: Senator
Party Position(s):
Member

Positions in Government:
None

Constituency:N/A
Political Ideology: National Conservatism, Ethnic Nationalism, Anti-Communism, Reactionary.
Family:
Background:
Faith: Ecletic Paganism
Likes: Authoritarianism, Literature, Military-related topics, History.
Dislikes: Chaos, Fish, Prudery, Monotheism.
Any Questions from the Public to be answered?
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Hurdegaryp wrote:
Benuty wrote:Of-course we all know the South Koreans have the balls in that little cluster fest of a peninsula.

We know many things, but the citizens of North Korea are able to enjoy the finest propaganda ever brought forth by a totalitarian regime.

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Glasgia
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Postby Glasgia » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:49 am

Memell wrote:[box]Arno Kaeder -National People´s Front
Account Name: Memell
Occupation: Senator
Party Position(s):
Member

Positions in Government:
None

Constituency:N/A
Political Ideology: National Conservatism, Ethnic Nationalism, Anti-Communism, Reactionary.
Family:
Background:
Faith: Ecletic Paganism
Likes: Authoritarianism, Literature, Military-related topics, History.
Dislikes: Chaos, Fish, Prudery, Monotheism.
Any Questions from the Public to be answered?


How does the Senator combine his eclectic pagan beliefs, which for most of such faith would centre around personal freedom as a spiritual goal, with his extremely authoritarian political views? Is his eclectic paganism accepted by his constituents?
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Arkolon
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Postby Arkolon » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:53 am

Feed Regina questions, please.
"Revisionism is nothing else than a theoretic generalisation made from the angle of the isolated capitalist. Where does this viewpoint belong theoretically if not in vulgar bourgeois economics?"
Rosa Luxemburg

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