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What was the worst riot in the history of your nation?

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What was the worst riot in the history of your nation?

Postby The Great Zedong Dynasty » Tue Jun 02, 2020 3:07 pm

What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation?

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?

Were the military called in to calm things down?

How how much money did it cost at the end?
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Imperialist Rhodesia
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Postby Imperialist Rhodesia » Tue Jun 02, 2020 3:26 pm

The worst riot in Imperialist Rhodesia was in the 60s when the Communist rebels gathered everyone and shot them in a row.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?

Yes, but it was really terrible a lot of people got hurt and even killed by these guerrilla fighters.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?

Around 150 people were killed and 10,000 were injured in the chaos.

Were the military called in to calm things down?

Yes, however they had to open fire on the Communist rebels that were killing the civilians in the street it was a horrible day in the history of Rhodesia.

How how much money did it cost at the end?

$10 billion and damages including burned buildings, destroyed military vehicles, etc.
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Goldgamia
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Postby Goldgamia » Tue Jun 02, 2020 3:38 pm

The worst riot in Goldgamian history was the Goldgamia City riots of the 1960s, this eventually sparked 2 devastating civil wars as a revolutionary movement successfully attempted to remove a genocidal totalitarian dictatorship.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?

It ended in the 1970s-1980s, however, many people died as a result of this.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?

About 80M-100M died, 240M people got injured.

Were the military called in to calm things down?

The Goldgamian army was called in to purge the rebels, however, this only escalated things to the point of civil war.

How how much money did it cost at the end?

£G20,000,000,000,000 due to infrastructure damages.
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Postby Estados Vaticanos » Tue Jun 02, 2020 4:36 pm

What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation? R// The worst riot on record was in 1972 when rebels against the monarchy executed several members of royalty, parliament, cabinet and the prime minister, in addition to planting bombs in museums and main squares, killing 678 others. people who were there.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on? R// It was a Horrible massacre, many sad families, people recovered but the wound is still there

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot? R// 5 Members of Royalty, 128 Members of Parliament, 45 Cabinet, 1 prime minister, 678 People And 34000 wounded

Were the military called in to calm things down? R// The majority of the military was deployed, we did not have any casualties, tanks entered and the aviation and thousands of military personnel, Rome was totally destroyed

How how much money did it cost at the end? R// 600 Million Byzantine Solids Needed

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Postby Amuaplye » Wed Jun 03, 2020 12:18 am

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
It's mostly over with, but there are some ripples

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
Death counts vary, but between 150-750 people died as a result. Another 1,000 to 5,000 were wounded.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes.

How how much money did it cost at the end?
Several million dollars in revenue were lost due to vandalism, and at least 10 million was spent trying to restore the Ministry of Defense headquarters, which was severely damaged in a bombing that killed 117.
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Postby Radiatia » Wed Jun 03, 2020 2:44 am

The worst riot in Radiatian history was arguably the Battle of Exegrad, although this was less a riot and more of a trigger point for the Black and Gold Revolution and the Third Radiatian Civil War.

During Radiatia's communist years, its largest city - Exegrad, Alayenia - was designated as a 'Special Economic Zone', which meant that it was unique in being able to have a free-market economy and had a unique trading and immigration status with the rest of the world. (A similar real life parallel might be the relationship between Hong Kong and Mainland China.)

In July of 4014NC, the Communist Party (under the leadership of newly appointed hardliner Trast Xinua) announced that Exegrad's status as a SEZ would be revoked, and that the city would be governed as part of the planned economy and under the same system as the rest of Radiatia, which would also involve curtailing on civil liberties that Exegraders enjoyed that other Radiatians didn't such as freedom of speech and an exemption from military conscription.

Protests turned into riots within hours, with perhaps the most famous incident involving a student protester throwing a can of baked beans at Supreme Chancellor Xinua (and being shot subsequently).

Initially there were fears that this incident would follow the same trajectory as the Black Friday Massacre a decade earlier, in which a thousand student protestors were gunned down in Liberation Square (now known as 'Draco Zerra Square').

The significant difference this time was that, firstly, local law enforcement backed the protesters and protected them from the army - even going so far as to block roads and destroy tunnels and bridges leading to the city.

The second difference, later on, was that Xinua's orders to the Radiatian People's Liberation Army to crack down on these protests (and similar ones cropping up in other cities) was ignored, with many soldiers instead pledging their loyalty to Defence Commissar Traiyan Silviu who announced that he supported the pro-democracy movement.

This led to a civil war and the rest, as they say, is history resulting in the democratisation of Radiatia and election of Traiyan Silviu as the first President of a free country.

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Postby Waisnor » Wed Jun 03, 2020 6:51 am

What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation?
That was "Black Sunday" in 2005. In short, the fascist organization “Union of Saviors of the Country ” wanted to overthrow the president and government because she believed that they were all Freemasons and Illuminati.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
The country recovered after the uprising, but it had a great influence on the political situation in the country. The uprising weakened the position of the Vaisnor Democratic Party, which had ruled the country before, and this allowed the Communist Party (now the Social Democratic Party) to win the election.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
174 people were killed and 426 were injured.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes. In Grodno, the center of the uprising, approximately 1,500 soldiers and the same number of police officers were involved.

How how much money did it cost at the end?
The damage was estimated at 2,500,000 thalers.
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Postby La xinga » Wed Jun 03, 2020 7:05 am

What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation?
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Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
Recovered, but people died.
How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot? 582 protesters dead, about 2,00 injured. No troops died, but 74 were injured.
Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes
How how much money did it cost at the end?
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Postby Tranzoria » Wed Jun 03, 2020 7:11 am

What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation?

It was called the Strawberry Riots, and it almost engulfed into a revolt until we stopped it.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?

Kind of. People found out that riots were allowed and started rioting more. We just ignore them.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?

3 Dead and 18 Injured. Not that much, but it almost hit a way bigger toll.

Were the military called in to calm things down?

Military Police came in to guard the President, yes.

How how much money did it cost at the end?

Ehhh, 1000000 Aces for some property damage?
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Postby Federation of American States » Wed Jun 03, 2020 7:30 am

Q : What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation?

A: the multi state Riots of 1964 in which black Americans and white Baby Boomers brainwashed by communist propoganda started to burn down and destroy several city's nationwide.

Q : Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?

A: yes the riots have been over for 56 years

Q : How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?

A:1600 rioters where shot and killed nation wide where 3200 injured
200 police and military where killed and wounded

Q: Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes the government gave the black community a ultimatum. Stop rioting and quit listening to communists or be given a one-way ticket to Liberia when the riots continued the military was sent into to follow through. On the threat. ,

Q :How how much money did it cost at the end?

20 billion dollars in repairs and millions in one-way tickets
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Postby Ruritane » Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:44 am

The worst riots ever in Ruritane were the 1495 pogroms against Jews in Ruritane. These riots, inspired by the Spanish Inquisition, were racial/religious in nature, and they involved thousands of Ruritanaises raiding villages and cities all over Ruritane. Rioters would loot houses, loot stores, and smash everything.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on? Thankfully, Ruritane recovered from these medieval riots, and is now the nation with the most Jews and the least anti-semitism.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot? Roughly 1000 victims were killed in these riots, and 500 injured. The Jews who fought back killed around 30 rioters and injured 100.

Were the military called in to calm things down? Yes, but only about half of the forces the queen could call at that particular time, since the rest were participating in the riot.

How how much money did it cost at the end? Way too much.
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Postby Dominioan » Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:47 am

The Caramba riots. They happened due to government oppression of the Españan people, and raged for over one month.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
Thankfully this was over a decade ago, and we have recovered.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
1,300 people were killed all together
400 by the protestors
900 by the government

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes, the National Gaurd

How how much money did it cost at the end?
About 19 billion in USD
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Postby Freies Danzig » Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:57 am

The Polish Riots of 1960-80
Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
We most certainly did. There haven't been race-based riots ever since the final riot (November 13-17 1979)

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
Between 150-650 (Official claims) or 1,500-3,000 (Polish claims) rioters were killed.
Up to 4,000 were injured.
10 officers were killed by rioters, and up to 26 were injured.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Given our Law Enforcement and Military is the same, yes.

How how much money did it cost at the end?
1.4 million guldens (about 1 million euros at the time)
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Postby Astares Amauricanum » Wed Jun 03, 2020 9:04 am

The Arms Legislation riots of 2005, that lead to the Civil War of 2005-2008

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
We recovered from it, but the civil war it lead to caused about 2 million deaths

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
Around 800 (600 protesters and 200 police officers and soldiers) killed
More than 10.000 wounded.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes, due to the protesters having brought firearms

How how much money did it cost at the end?
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Postby The Fifth Federation » Wed Jun 03, 2020 2:00 pm

People's Populist Riots of July 1977 - Due to the move of the Fifth Federation's Quasi two-party system into a Two-Party, with the former non-existent parties of Conservatives and Progressives not holding the dominance of political parties in the Federation, and the move to the more socialistic politically dominant parties of Populists and Socialistic Monarchists, the People were invoked in anger against the increasingly socialistic government.

The aftermath of this disaster was that it resulted in the short-lived return of the Quasi two-party system during July 10-20, with the riot influencing the resignation of several newly-appointed populist politicians in the federal government. With the riot having no influence but to these events, the protesting died down by the end of July.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?

As it is no longer occurring, the Fifth Federation's citizens have already fixed up the damages and recovered.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?

About 31 were injured from rioters and law enforcement combined, with no deaths. (26 Rioters & 5 Police Officers.)

Were the military called in to calm things down?

Yes, though only National Guard and local military garrisons were called.

How how much money did it cost at the end?

4,000 USD.
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Postby Pax Brasiliana » Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:17 pm

The Diretas Já! riots of 1977-1980. The riots began as a revolt against Ambrósio Galan's dictatorship and were aggravated by the 1977 Stock Market Crash.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
Brazil recovered from it. Prime Minister Galan resigned after the riots.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
7,000 people were killed in two years and five months of riots.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Yes, but it didn't solve things. Instead, it just created an urban war in Brazilian cities.

How how much money did it cost at the end?
186 billion dollars.
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Postby Nevertopia » Sat Jun 06, 2020 6:47 pm

What was the worst and destructive riot that happened in your nation?
On Stardate 2027-AUG-27, 4:12AM a time displaced meteorite composed of nanites crashed in one of our rural communities. This caused various timelines of Nevertopia to overlap on each other and for the different people in those timelines to fight for their existence by causing certain events to happen to the detriment of other timelines.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
Yes and no. Stardate 2027-AUG-27 has not technically ended as the day repeats itself on top of the current date. At this time it is unknown which timeline of the events is canon in Nevertopia's history but a 12th tier Time decoherence spell was used to trap the events of the day in a time-loop to contain its affects. An estimated 17 trillion people have been killed or unborn due to the affects of this spell and is expected to increase exponentially with time until a more permanent solution can be found.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
Yes.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
A specialized mobile task force specifically designed for reality warping events known as "Retcon" were inserted within the spacetime rupture as soon as Nevertopia's current reality was made aware of the events. According to their reports, pluralistic versions of Nevertopia and her armies were waging war on civilians and each other as each decision branched off to its own future which would send its own forces in the conflict. One personnel was quoted saying "It was less of a riot, and more of a world war."

How how much money did it cost at the end?
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Postby The Rosary Isles » Sat Jun 06, 2020 6:59 pm

1953-1962 Ulster Revolution Riots

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
Ans. It Escalated Into Civil War, But Thanks To Both Military And Social Decisions And Reforms Taken By The Government, The Violence Ended In 1962.

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
Ans. Over 125,000 people lost their lives in attacks by the rogue organisation RLF, and the following execution of the war criminals by the Government. Over a million were injured, and 18 million were displaced from their homes.

Were the military called in to calm things down?
Ans. Yes. Infact, We recieved support from the Army of even the ally The Royal Britain. The Rosarian Army, Navy And Airforce played a key role in ending the violence.

How how much money did it cost at the end?
Ans. Adjusted to inflation, it cost the country over $625 Billion Dollars
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Postby Bunkaiia » Sat Jun 06, 2020 7:46 pm

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
The riot snowballed into a Civil War/War for Independence from Portugal. Many thousands of Bunkaiians, Hashadoomians, Omanis, and Portuguese people died fighting. The Portuguese would be ousted.
How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
Unknown, but in the thousands
Were the military called in to calm things down?
The Portuguese did send the military.
How how much money did it cost at the end?
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Postby Diarcesia » Sat Jun 06, 2020 7:49 pm

It was the "Battle for Alvimianir", which occurred in a now largely deserted city. It was completely destroyed and the area is still plagued with crime, with gangs all over the ruins.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
Still technically going on

How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
About 20 people

Were the military called in to calm things down?
No

How how much money did it cost at the end?
About $1 billion
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Postby Grand Quebecois » Mon Jun 22, 2020 8:01 pm

It was the New Labrador Coup d'etat, which occurred in the capital of the former People's Republic of New Labrador.

Did your people recover from it or is it still going on?
The Coup started as a peaceful yet rowdy protest outside the Capitol, but soon turned into a riot, and eventually they would storm the building and either imprison or kill major political figures. Those kill included the leader of the country, his assistant, and anyone else who might have been deemed a threat. After an hour and a half, the revolutionaries took control of the government and declared themselves the Republic of New Labrador, with the intentions of joining into the Quebecois Confederation. There wishes would be granted, and the New Labrador Coup d'etat serves as the fall of socialism in eastern Canada. It also serves as the start of Grand Quebecois' rise to glory.
How many people were killed or injured as a result of the riot?
The number is still unknown, as many of the bodies of those presumed dead have never been found. Days after the Coup a fire ignited a small distance from the Capitol, and it is presumed that that building held bodies of those killed, and possibly of those who were taken hostage.
Were the military called in to calm things down?
Neither the military of the then Quebecois Confederation or of New Labrador were called in.
How how much money did it cost at the end?
The cost is unknown, but is presumed to be very small is there is any cost at all. Not much was destroyed in the Coup, however many documents important in the creation of New Labrador were destroyed.
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