Conch Kingdom

WA Delegate: The Puddle of Socialist Platypus (elected )

Founder: The Sun Never Sets on the Empire of Conch Kingdom

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You step off the plane, and a warm breeze hits you in the face. Around you, excited travelers and locals blend into a colorful background of palm trees and crystalline blue water. As you take in the scenery, you realize...

You have arrived in the beautiful Conch Kingdom!

Begin to explore by checking out our RMB below, then take a leisurely tour of our Discord server, where much of our activity takes place. New players should read the Getting Started page, which includes a short and helpful FAQ.

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Founded February 23, 2016. Do NOT use this region as puppet storage. Store them here.



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Conch Kingdom contains 645 nations, the 31st most in the world.

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World Census data collectors measured the fervor with which citizens believed their own nation was the greatest of all.

As a region, Conch Kingdom is ranked 7,343rd in the world for Most Patriotic.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of Great LuirokitaneaFather Knows Best State“O que está morto não pode morrer”
2.The Socialisticae Planetæ of StarGaizPsychotic Dictatorship“Qui operatur, pascitur.”
3.The Empire of Grand Order Of LodgecPsychotic Dictatorship“Unity, Discipline, Work”
4.The Republic of The AbkhazDemocratic Socialists“Listen to Me”
5.The Armed Republic of GonswanzaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Freedom is the blood of the people”
6.The Democratic Republic of Primis TenebrisLeft-wing Utopia“Per ardua ad astra”
7.The Amazing Land of Loveable DogsPsychotic Dictatorship“Only the best at the amazing Loveable Dogs!”
8.The Antares Vassal of Soviet owned United KingdomIron Fist Consumerists“Once victorious, our enemies shall fall!”
9.The United States of MorthsonithIron Fist Consumerists“You Can't Stop Progress”
10.The Republic of Kenny CountryConservative Democracy“Life, Liberty, Property”
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The Commune of Wallowis

Free-Reorganized-States wrote:

Plus gun control would be entirely impossible to enforce, and the citizens would rightly fight it with every inch.

rightly...hmm, debatable.

The Humble-Merchants of Free-Reorganized-States

Wallowis wrote:rightly...hmm, debatable.

Americans don't like being at the absolute mercy of their government's whims.



The Unified Nations of Sri Malawi

Wallowis wrote:The US has a much better handle on things, and also I'm not talking about the US because they do have guns allowed. Japan doesn't.

Japan is a completely different situation. Japan, a xenophobic island nation, and the USA, a massive country with massive borders, and very diverse population. It's very difficult to compare them.

Japan's culture is inherently rule driven. There are so many cultural rules, that it's easy to follow governmental laws. And, Japan has an incredibly well developed policing system. And, older people generally don't commit crime as much. Also, Japan does not totally ban guns.

The USA is very different culturally. Being a "rebel" in the USA, is actually the more common viewpoint. The American policing system is quite developed, but not in the same way. There are a plethora of issues with America that directly hurt policing efforts.

And why did Japan suddenly come up?

The Consociational Polity of Galliadurm

Sri Malawi wrote:Japan is a completely different situation. Japan, a xenophobic island nation, and the USA, a massive country with massive borders, and very diverse population. It's very difficult to compare them.

Japan's culture is inherently rule driven. There are so many cultural rules, that it's easy to follow governmental laws. And, Japan has an incredibly well developed policing system. And, older people generally don't commit crime as much. Also, Japan does not totally ban guns.

The USA is very different culturally. Being a "rebel" in the USA, is actually the more common viewpoint. The American policing system is quite developed, but not in the same way. There are a plethora of issues with America that directly hurt policing efforts.

And why did Japan suddenly come up?

o-o I mentioned Japan in my question for Wallowis. I think so, at least.

The Humble-Merchants of Free-Reorganized-States

Sri Malawi wrote:Japan is a completely different situation. Japan, a xenophobic island nation, and the USA, a massive country with massive borders, and very diverse population. It's very difficult to compare them.

Japan's culture is inherently rule driven. There are so many cultural rules, that it's easy to follow governmental laws. And, Japan has an incredibly well developed policing system. And, older people generally don't commit crime as much. Also, Japan does not totally ban guns.

The USA is very different culturally. Being a "rebel" in the USA, is actually the more common viewpoint. The American policing system is quite developed, but not in the same way. There are a plethora of issues with America that directly hurt policing efforts.

And why did Japan suddenly come up?

Wallowis are you Japanese?



The Unified Nations of Sri Malawi

Galliadurm wrote:o-o I mentioned Japan in my question for Wallowis. I think so, at least.

Galliadurm wrote:So a government similar to or exactly like Japan's government?
(At least from what I heard from my father. He said they don't face gun related problems there that much, if at all.)

It's true that Japan doesn't face much of any gun related issues. Gun violence is nearly nonexistent. The Yakuza are really the only ones (outside of the military/police) that have guns, and the Yakuza has become less active.



The Commune of Wallowis

Sri Malawi wrote:Japan is a completely different situation. Japan, a xenophobic island nation, and the USA, a massive country with massive borders, and very diverse population. It's very difficult to compare them.

Japan's culture is inherently rule driven. There are so many cultural rules, that it's easy to follow governmental laws. And, Japan has an incredibly well developed policing system. And, older people generally don't commit crime as much. Also, Japan does not totally ban guns.

The USA is very different culturally. Being a "rebel" in the USA, is actually the more common viewpoint. The American policing system is quite developed, but not in the same way. There are a plethora of issues with America that directly hurt policing efforts.

And why did Japan suddenly come up?

Japan is isolationist, not that xenophobic, although it is certainly a problem. I'd consider the US just as xenophobic, but in a different way. And yes, in the case of a well developed policing system, there's no need for everyone to have guns. The government should strive for that. "Other than the police and the military, no one in Japan may purchase a handgun or a rifle".

And I'm just giving Japan as an example because its a nation in which all your problems with not allowing guns are practically nonexistant.



The Unified Nations of Sri Malawi

Wallowis wrote:Japan is isolationist, not that xenophobic, although it is certainly a problem. I'd consider the US just as xenophobic, but in a different way. And yes, in the case of a well developed policing system, there's no need for everyone to have guns. The government should strive for that. "Other than the police and the military, no one in Japan may purchase a handgun or a rifle".

And I'm just giving Japan as an example because its a nation in which all your problems with not allowing guns are practically nonexistant.

Racism and xenophobia is very much still a problem for Japan. They haven't even instituted any official laws against discrimination, that I know of. It is changing for the better, but it will take at least a couple more decades for this issue to pass.

It's the combination of the policing system and the culture that make it possible for Japan to do this. I am saying that Japan is an anomaly.

You can purchase a Shotgun, if you have a license, and an Air Rifle.

I have no problems with your proposal, I just feel that we can reach the same conclusion with guns. The only issue I have brought up, is the drug trade. That will not change until the Cartels are finally destroyed.

And as I said in my first comment, Japan essentially does have a "Stasi"-like policing.

The Commune of Wallowis

Sri Malawi wrote:Racism and xenophobia is very much still a problem for Japan. They haven't even instituted any official laws against discrimination, that I know of. It is changing for the better, but it will take at least a couple more decades for this issue to pass.

It's the combination of the policing system and the culture that make it possible for Japan to do this. I am saying that Japan is an anomaly.

You can purchase a Shotgun, if you have a license, and an Air Rifle.

I have no problems with your proposal, I just feel that we can reach the same conclusion with guns. The only issue I have brought up, is the drug trade. That will not change until the Cartels are finally destroyed.

anyway gtg so bye

The Unified Nations of Sri Malawi

Wallowis wrote:anyway gtg so bye

Well, have a good day.

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