Union of Allied States

WA Delegate: The Federal Monarchy of United Osean Federation (elected )

Founder: The United Republics of Unified Waterford

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UNION OF ALLIED STATES

Welcome to the Union of Allied States!
Founded 7 July 2017

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Union of Allied States contains 102 nations, the 221st most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of Josip broz titoIron Fist Consumerists“Josip broz tito”
2.The Federal Military Republic of South WaterfordFather Knows Best State“Helping Build a Better Tomorrow”
3.The Empire of ZetoxRight-wing Utopia“The Great Gazoo!”
4.The Sovereign Republic of Glorious Hong KongCivil Rights Lovefest“Liberate Hong Kong! Revolution of our Times!”
5.The Nordic Kingdom of LeriaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Empowered through Unity”
6.The Federal Monarchy of United Osean FederationLeft-Leaning College State“United and strong”
7.The Dictatorship of Red PlandIron Fist Consumerists“Slavery is freedom, War is peace, Ignorance is Strength”
8.The Vaunted Vault of New Fort KnoxCapitalist Paradise“If you've got gold, you're good!”
9.The Matriarchy of MogglicPsychotic Dictatorship“Potissimum libertatem”
10.The Republic of KironolonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Always believe in yourself, no matter what you do.”
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The Democratic Republic of New Solisia

Official Little Statement Of Mine, 2/24

This region was the start of countless relationships and opportunities. It has brought me through so many places and into so many things, I would have never imagined two years ago. Thank you to United Osean Federation for trying to form an inclusive rp even if I was not often active, and thank you to South Waterford for founding what was once a vibrant, growing community. I am leaving this message here because I think I've finally found what I have wanted. NS for me has become a toxic region where many people get stressed, rage quit, and repeat, and I'm not excluded from that. Everything is in the same exact cycle and there just aren't enough good people here anymore. I am going to be honest and say, the place is crumbling. People have taken regional politics too seriously and instead of being a place of fun banter and interesting debate, it has become that of court cases, constitutional crisis, and scandals. I would like to believe everyone here deserves better than that.

I have found a community much like what this place once was, that was really about the people and not some fragmented place, where I can really get to know everybody and where I feel I fit in. Coming here, I feel like an a*shole knowing how many felt about me, and knowing full and well I am not the most rounded and most mature. I don't want to stay any longer. Thanks to New Shizal, Cappedore, and Greater Fireland I have found a vibrant boiling-pot community,a wonderful relationship, and a loyal friend. I am grateful to everyone here, even the ones I didn't agree with, because this region shaped years of my life, but I want to move on.

I hereby am leaving NationStates, and the UAS for good. This isn't a rage quit, this isn't a grounding, and this isn't a false alarm. I have made a decision, and before I think too hard about it, I am leaving. I will also be leaving the UAS Discord, but as many of you already know, I have found other servers with the same members here, and I am also open in my DMs on Discord as well. Thank you all for the opportunity, but I myself don't think the joy I once experienced here is worth trying to save.

A special mention to some of the greatest people here
Chokoku
Cappedore
New Shizal
Greater Fireland
Staine
United Osean Federation
United Sentinel States (For helping me learn I am not invincible 0-0)
South Waterford
Zetox
Rosuva
The Civitas Islands

And many more...
And sorry for the ping XD



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The British Imperial wrote:oh boy.... SENTINEL THE SHOW IS STARTING GET YOUR STALL READY

runs in carrying 7 boxes full of popcorn, popcorn flying everywhere.

Hey donít forget about me!!!!!!

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North Americas1 wrote:

I believe it is both sides. Liberals, socialists, communists are not the only ones who cause problems. Social conservative polices always infringe upon peoples' human rights. I mean, if you don't want an abortion then don't have one; let women control their own body. If you don't like people blasting music with obscene lyrics, then don't listen to it. If you don't want to smoke marijuana, then don't smoke it. If you are against the LGBTQ community, fine, no one gives a damn; let them live their lives. We are all children of God. If women wear pants and suits and men wear dresses and makeup and you don't like it, then don't do it, ignore their lifestyle. Overall, MIND YOUR OWN  BUSINESS

This is a joke. It's obvious to anyone with a brain stem that our country and it's cultural institutions have been taken over by leftism, which carries the opposite mentality of "mind your own business"...more like "agree with us or be destroyed"



The Social Democracy of Rosuva

Capital Markets wrote:This is a joke. It's obvious to anyone with a brain stem that our country and it's cultural institutions have been taken over by leftism, which carries the opposite mentality of "mind your own business"...more like "agree with us or be destroyed"

I wish leftism took over our cultural institutions but sadly it has not. Once again you confuse Leftism and Liberalism, modern American Liberalism which I agree is bad is certainly not left wing much less Leftist in fact Bernie Sanders is about as close as we get to left wing here and even he is basically a social democrat. American Liberalism and politics as a whole is center-right to right wing and we have almost no major truly left wing politicians and certainly not leftist politicians.

Leftism is believing in workers liberation and any form of Marxian Economics and philosophy for example communism, anarcho-communism, or marxism-leninism. Liberalism and social democracy is none of those and actively supports and upholds capitalism and the capitalist mode of production.



The Federal Republic of North Americas1

Capital Markets wrote:This is a joke. It's obvious to anyone with a brain stem that our country and it's cultural institutions have been taken over by leftism, which carries the opposite mentality of "mind your own business"...more like "agree with us or be destroyed"

I'm sorry, but how is this a "joke". How is the fact that people are discriminated against their gender identity and sexual orientation is a joke? Since when women not having the ability to control their own bodies a joke? And frankly, I agree with Rosuva; you are very confused on the term "leftism."

The Social Democracy of Rosuva

North Americas1 wrote:I'm sorry, but how is this a "joke". How is the fact that people are discriminated against their gender identity and sexual orientation is a joke? Since when women not having the ability to control their own bodies a joke? And frankly, I agree with Rosuva; you are very confused on the term "leftism."

If only the US was leftist but one can dream

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Rosuva wrote:I wish leftism took over our cultural institutions but sadly it has not. Once again you confuse Leftism and Liberalism, modern American Liberalism which I agree is bad is certainly not left wing much less Leftist in fact Bernie Sanders is about as close as we get to left wing here and even he is basically a social democrat. American Liberalism and politics as a whole is center-right to right wing and we have almost no major truly left wing politicians and certainly not leftist politicians.

Leftism is believing in workers liberation and any form of Marxian Economics and philosophy for example communism, anarcho-communism, or marxism-leninism. Liberalism and social democracy is none of those and actively supports and upholds capitalism and the capitalist mode of production.

Perhaps I am not defining my terms correctly. I am referring to the sweeping movement in the democratic party and our cultural institutions to double down on dangerous "identity politics" and focus on policy that will deliver "equity" and equality of outcome based on racially defined groups. This is a dangerous philosophy and pays homage to marxist roots. This movement is the first step towards "dismantling capitalism and the capitalist mode of production". There are congressmen such as the honorable exalted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Maxine Waters, Bernie Sanders, Ilhan Omar, who have spoken about the "evils of capitalism" and have been extremely open about their anti-american, anti-capitalist policy agenda. The democratic party has been embracing these radical politicians.

North Americas1 wrote:I'm sorry, but how is this a "joke". How is the fact that people are discriminated against their gender identity and sexual orientation is a joke? Since when women not having the ability to control their own bodies a joke? And frankly, I agree with Rosuva; you are very confused on the term "leftism."

You misunderstand and mischaracterize the conservative position on these issues. The republicans have moved much more center on these civil rights policies in the last decade. Mainstream conservatives do not wish to discriminate against the LGBTQ community. As for abortion, it is intellectually shallow to represent the pro-life argument as "forcing women to do something their body". Conservatives do not force women to do anything with their body. But abortion does involve another entity (whether you refer to a fetus or a human) and the woman's decision undeniably affects this other entity.

The Social Democracy of Rosuva

Capital Markets wrote:Perhaps I am not defining my terms correctly. I am referring to the sweeping movement in the democratic party and our cultural institutions to double down on dangerous "identity politics" and focus on policy that will deliver "equity" and equality of outcome based on racially defined groups. This is a dangerous philosophy and pays homage to marxist roots. This movement is the first step towards "dismantling capitalism and the capitalist mode of production". There are congressmen such as the honorable exalted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Maxine Waters, Bernie Sanders, Ilhan Omar, who have spoken about the "evils of capitalism" and have been extremely open about their anti-american, anti-capitalist policy agenda. The democratic party has been embracing these radical politicians.

You misunderstand and mischaracterize the conservative position on these issues. The republicans have moved much more center on these civil rights policies in the last decade. Mainstream conservatives do not wish to discriminate against the LGBTQ community. As for abortion, it is intellectually shallow to represent the pro-life argument as "forcing women to do something their body". Conservatives do not force women to do anything with their body. But abortion does involve another entity (whether you refer to a fetus or a human) and the woman's decision undeniably affects this other entity.

I wish Bernie was anti capitalist. Do you even understand these terms that you are using none of the politicians are anti capitalist in fact Bernie and AOC are capitalists and are certainly not anti capitalist. Bernie actively supports a free market and AOC supported the coup in Bolivia and the free market. Don't get me wrong I hate those politicians but none of them are anti capitalist much less any form of leftist. If you want to critique these politicians critique them for things that actually do and are don't just misdefine them as you are watering down these very real terms.

Also please explain how anything pays homage to "marxist roots" in fact marxism has never been in mainstream American politics except maybe MLK and Malcolm X who both happened to be socialist and I would argue socialism is a form of Marxian Econ.

Not only this but what is wrong with being anti capitalist or anti-american?

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Rosuva wrote:I wish Bernie was anti capitalist. Do you even understand these terms that you are using none of the politicians are anti capitalist in fact Bernie and AOC are capitalists and are certainly not anti capitalist. Bernie actively supports a free market and AOC supported the coup in Bolivia and the free market. Don't get me wrong I hate those politicians but none of them are anti capitalist much less any form of leftist. If you want to critique these politicians critique them for things that actually do and are don't just misdefine them as you are watering down these very real terms.

Also please explain how anything pays homage to "marxist roots" in fact marxism has never been in mainstream American politics except maybe MLK and Malcolm X who both happened to be socialist and I would argue socialism is a form of Marxian Econ.

Not only this but what is wrong with being anti capitalist or anti-american?

Are you kidding me? All of those politicians supported the original $10 trillion dollar government takeover called the "green new deal" which is a piece of radical socialist policy. I am not "misdefining" them. I listen to interviews with these people and have the wherewithal to read between the lines of their smooth talking to understand their agenda for this country.

Marxism relies on dividing the population based on classes to identify the "oppressor" and "opressed" in order to generate equality of outcome. I specifically said "pays homage" because the modern democratic party agenda of "identity politics" seeks to divide our great country on racial lines and then design policy to create equality of outcome for all racial groups.

You can be anti capitalist and anti american, but that relies on a certain level of ignorance as to the founding philosophy of the US and the economic/social system that has produced the most free and prosperous nation in world history. Take your anti-american views and go somewhere else if you cant appreciate what this country is and has done for millions.



The Social Democracy of Rosuva

Capital Markets wrote:Are you kidding me? All of those politicians supported the original $10 trillion dollar government takeover called the "green new deal" which is a piece of radical socialist policy. I am not "misdefining" them. I listen to interviews with these people and have the wherewithal to read between the lines of their smooth talking to understand their agenda for this country.

Marxism relies on dividing the population based on classes to identify the "oppressor" and "opressed" in order to generate equality of outcome. I specifically said "pays homage" because the modern democratic party agenda of "identity politics" seeks to divide our great country on racial lines and then design policy to create equality of outcome for all racial groups.

You can be anti capitalist and anti american, but that relies on a certain level of ignorance as to the founding philosophy of the US and the economic/social system that has produced the most free and prosperous nation in world history. Take your anti-american views and go somewhere else if you cant appreciate what this country is and has done for millions.

You did the meme.

Socialism is not "when the government does stuff" and the green new deal is in no way a "radical socialist policy". Socialism is the establishment of a transitionary state in which a democratic government succeeds distributing means of production, distribution, and exchange in between the overthrow of capitalism and the establishment of communism. In fact Marx used both communism and socialism interchangeably and marxist philosophers have argued for so many years what socialism really is. Please explain how a green new deal does any of that?

In what way does Marxism rely on dividing the population based on class can you substantiate that.

I will add on by saying I am not a socialist nor a leftist.

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