Libertarian Socialist Confederation

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Community of Red Green and Black (elected )

Founder: The Anarchist Communes of Kassimo

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Most Nations: 138th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 217th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,156th+7
Most Rebellious Youth: 1,186th Nicest Citizens: 1,226th Most Inclusive: 1,473rd Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,892nd Largest Welfare Programs: 2,305th Most Valuable International Artwork: 2,451st Best Weather: 2,510th
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    LSC Charter Review

    MetaGameplay by Kassimo . 154 reads.

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    The Libertarian Socialist Compendium

    MetaReference by Kassimo . 535 reads.

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    Useful NS Sites and Utilities (updated: 4/19/2019)

    MetaReference by Nullarni . 76,264 reads.

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Libertarian Socialist Confederation contains 158 nations, the 138th most in the world.

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As a region, Libertarian Socialist Confederation is ranked 7,397th in the world for Most Armed.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The League of LuckyniaNew York Times Democracy“Procura Eventa Fortuita”
2.The Free Territory of GargareumCivil Rights Lovefest“For Liberty and Brotherhood”
3.The Free Land of Capitol Hill Autonomous CommunityLeft-Leaning College State“No good cops no bad protesters”
4.The Free Land of Hookers and BlowLeft-wing Utopia“Be cool. Life is cool. You're so cool in cracktown.”
5.The Federation of Het KajahLeft-wing Utopia“We will endure”
6.The Free Land of Libertarian Socialist SolLeft-wing Utopia“Long Live Anarchism!”
7.The Commonwealth of MiekzhemyCivil Rights Lovefest“You can talk about us, but you can't talk without us!”
8.The Borderlands of AcrovosCivil Rights Lovefest“Not Applicable”
9.The Puppet State of PuppetaliaNew York Times Democracy“There are no strings on me!”
10.The Democratic Republic of Agora States of LibertasCivil Rights Lovefest“Sic Semper Tyrannis”
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Libertarian Socialist Confederation Regional Message Board

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The Democratic Republic of Fachumonn

same

The People's Republic of Benilandia

Red Green and Black wrote:I'm voting in favor of this Freedom of Association proposal, but I'd like to hear arguments against it if anyone wants to make them.

I voted against since by that we would allow people to join racist organisations such as KKK or some Nazi groups that may not technically harm people, but allowing them to exists keeps spreading the idea.

The League of Luckynia

Benilandia wrote:I voted against since by that we would allow people to join racist organisations such as KKK or some Nazi groups that may not technically harm people, but allowing them to exists keeps spreading the idea.

"[A]n organisation may have criminal penalties attached for association with it on the basis that it...spreads, or intends to spread, a message of hate directed toward a specific group."

The Puppet State of Puppetalia

Puppetalia is a year old today!!

The Community of Red Green and Black

Benilandia wrote:I voted against since by that we would allow people to join racist organisations such as KKK or some Nazi groups that may not technically harm people, but allowing them to exists keeps spreading the idea.

I see what you're saying. I think that the language of the proposal can be less confusing. The way I understood it is this:

There's a main clause that says "Believing that no nation should enact criminal penalties for affiliating with an organisation not involved in the commission of a crime, hereby enacts the following subject to prior, extant World Assembly legislation:" So I understood that to mean that the WA should not prohibit anyone from joining an organization with a clean criminal record.

And underneath that main clause there is a subclause (clause b) that attempts to describe what kind of organization can be considered undesireable. That's the clause that reads "An organisation may have criminal penalties attached for association with it on the basis that it actively undermines national security, directs its members to violate national criminal law, includes the commission of crimes among its goals or activities, or spreads, or intends to spread, a message of hate directed toward a specific group."

In a well written proposal, terms that need to be defined are clearly defined at the start and in such a way that the reader knows it's a definition to be applied to what's below it. So because this clause was at the very bottom, I can see how it seems not like a definition and more like a statement in support of these kinds of groups.

The People's Republic of Benilandia

Red Green and Black wrote:I see what you're saying. I think that the language of the proposal can be less confusing. The way I understood it is this:

There's a main clause that says "Believing that no nation should enact criminal penalties for affiliating with an organisation not involved in the commission of a crime, hereby enacts the following subject to prior, extant World Assembly legislation:" So I understood that to mean that the WA should not prohibit anyone from joining an organization with a clean criminal record.

And underneath that main clause there is a subclause (clause b) that attempts to describe what kind of organization can be considered undesireable. That's the clause that reads "An organisation may have criminal penalties attached for association with it on the basis that it actively undermines national security, directs its members to violate national criminal law, includes the commission of crimes among its goals or activities, or spreads, or intends to spread, a message of hate directed toward a specific group."

In a well written proposal, terms that need to be defined are clearly defined at the start and in such a way that the reader knows it's a definition to be applied to what's below it. So because this clause was at the very bottom, I can see how it seems not like a definition and more like a statement in support of these kinds of groups.

I see that now. I probably missed out on it. Thank you for bringing my attention to it.

The Confederacy of Utarchous

I also voted in favour as it seems rather pro-union. While I understand why people may be worried about it protecting fascistic groups, the part on criminal activity probably covers that, so generally the proposal seems in line with what the region values.

The Democratic Republic of Fachumonn

Utarchous wrote:I also voted in favour as it seems rather pro-union. While I understand why people may be worried about it protecting fascistic groups, the part on criminal activity probably covers that, so generally the proposal seems in line with what the region values.

Looks like it is gonna pass

The Democratic Republic of Fachumonn

Yeah my last 9 issues havent done anything

The Revolutionary Commonwealth of Libertarian Australia

Red Green and Black wrote:I was wondering how you chose the design for the flag.

I don't remember, but I have thought about proposing ideas before. I don't have any for now, of course.

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