Niamark

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Rogue Nation of Oi Barbaroi (elected )

Founder: The Union Huvstad of Niamark

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 34th Most Nations: 533rd Most Valuable International Artwork: 2,184th+3
Most Influential: 2,329th Best Weather: 2,573rd Most Inclusive: 2,579th
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—where Barbfrogs and Brufish delight in April showers


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    How you can help build Niamark's (WA) fortress!

    BulletinCampaign by Oi Barbaroi . 33 reads.

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    New Charter of Niamark

    BulletinPolicy by Niamark . 303 reads.

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    Niamark: Government Guide

    MetaReference by Niamark . 196 reads.

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    Niamark: RMB Guidelines

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    Niamark: Embassy Policy

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Embassies: Londinium, Conch Kingdom, Scotia, Karma, Social Technocratic Union, Caer Sidi, Anteria, New Eastern Europe, The Sasquatch Republic, Bloopsjooj, RGBN, Lorania, The LCRUA, The Sportsbook, and URA.

The embassy with New Eastern Europe is being withdrawn. Closure expected .

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Casual, Map, Medium, National Sovereigntist, Neutral, Offsite Chat, Regional Government, Role Player, Snarky, and Social.

Regional Power: Moderate

Niamark contains 37 nations, the 533rd most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Highest Economic Output in Niamark

World Census bean-counters crunched the numbers to calculate national Gross Domestic Product. Older nations, with higher populations, were noted to have a distinct advantage.

As a region, Niamark is ranked 14,634th in the world for Highest Economic Output.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Sumerian Holy Empire of New SukberiaFather Knows Best State“Purify the Stars.”
2.The Democratic Dictatorship of New RightiaCivil Rights Lovefest“Burn the post office!”
3.The Somethingerather of NyelantLiberal Democratic Socialists“please go away”
4.The Burned Down Village of CirraAnarchy“It's Such a Pretty Day for a Blood Bath”
5.The Empire of OlubnanPsychotic Dictatorship“Meow”
6.The Allied States of NaralovianInoffensive Centrist Democracy“A processing point a day keeps the rogue A.I away”
7.The Bourbon Barrels of Four RosesIron Fist Consumerists“Victoria Aut Mors”
8.The Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of RapscallionInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Nunca Nos Esperan”
9.The Empire of RameezInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Without Order nothing can survive ”
10.The Commonwealth of DalmyriaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Magna Republica Floret”
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Niamark Regional Message Board

Messages from regional members are co-ordinated here.

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The Rogue Nation of Oi Barbaroi

WA: Freedom of Association

My thoughts:

1) This proposal is poorly written and lacking in details.

2) I don't see it having much to do with freedom of assembly, or it's so closely related to assembly that this proposal doesn't matter. What applies to freedom of assembly should apply to "association".

3) The second article says criminal penalties MAY be attached to joining hateful and violent associations, not criminal penalties WILL BE attached to said malicious associations. So, there is no guarantee that joining a harmful association will amount to criminal penalties. It also allows such malicious associations, as listed in the proposal, to legally exist and to accept memberships legally. In short, the second article says things and has key words, but it legally and effectively does nothing. Traitorous, violent, discriminatory, and ill-intended associations can exist legally and fully, without threat of repercussions, under this proposal.

My recommendation is to vote "AGAINST" this proposal. What do you all think?

The Democratic Republic of Blazewater

Question of the Day!

What is your least favorite musical piece? This could be an album, a song, an artist, or a genre.

The Carian Stronghold of Lycos

Blazewater wrote:Question of the Day!

What is your least favorite musical piece? This could be an album, a song, an artist, or a genre.

Anything by Luke Bryan.



The Rogue Nation of Oi Barbaroi

Blazewater wrote:Question of the Day!

What is your least favorite musical piece? This could be an album, a song, an artist, or a genre.

Rap.

The Carian Stronghold of Lycos

Oi Barbaroi wrote:Rap.

This used to be my go-to answer and still is true for the most part, but I was recently introduced to Hopsin, whom I found weirdly relatable.

The Grand Duchy of Nordsville

Blazewater wrote:Question of the Day!

What is your least favorite musical piece? This could be an album, a song, an artist, or a genre.

100 gecs

The Allied Union of Brulave

Blazewater wrote:Question of the Day!

What is your least favorite musical piece? This could be an album, a song, an artist, or a genre.

That really hardcore punk music. It's just yelling into a mic while people with a negative amount of musical skill play random instruments in the background.

The Carian Stronghold of Lycos

Brulave wrote:That really hardcore punk music. It's just yelling into a mic while people with a negative amount of musical skill play random instruments in the background.

I'm pretty sure you mean ska.

The Sumerian Holy Empire of New Sukberia

Brulave wrote:That really hardcore punk music. It's just yelling into a mic while people with a negative amount of musical skill play random instruments in the background.

D e a t h. G r i p s

The Rogue Nation of Oi Barbaroi

WA: Long-Term Storage of Produced Waste

My thoughts on this proposal:

It's not detailed enough. There are instances in which the proposal lists out mandates or what should be done, but it neglects by who. Though well-intentioned, this proposal likely provides for too many loopholes to be effective.

I recommend voting "AGAINST" this proposal. What do you all think?

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