“Growth Beyond Borders”
Regional Influence: Negotiator
The Queen's State of Etobicoke is a gargantuan, efficient nation, remarkable for its complete lack of public education, absence of drug laws, and complete absence of social welfare. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic population of 16.873 billion Etobicokeans live in a state of perpetual fear, as a complete breakdown of social order has led to the rise of order through biker gangs.
The minute, liberal, pro-business, outspoken government, or what there is of one, is solely concerned with Industry. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 4.9%.
The powerhouse Etobicokean economy, worth 859 trillion betales a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is quite specialized and led by the Gambling industry, with major contributions from Trout Farming, Information Technology, and Pizza Delivery. Average income is 50,934 betales, but there is a significant disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 180,292 per year while the poor average 10,389, a ratio of 17.4 to 1.
Voting is voluntary. Crime is a serious problem, probably because of the absence of a police force. Etobicoke's national animal is the deer, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.
Most Recent Government Activity:
- : Etobicoke's influence in Toronto rose from "Auxiliary" to "Negotiator".
- : Etobicoke's influence in Toronto rose from "Minnow" to "Auxiliary".
- : Etobicoke relocated from Osiris to Toronto.
- : Etobicoke was refounded in Osiris.
- : Etobicoke ceased to exist in Toronto.
- : Etobicoke was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Largest Gambling Industry and the Top 10% for Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector.
- : Etobicoke was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Rudest Citizens.
- : Etobicoke was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector.
- : Etobicoke was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Largest Gambling Industry.
- : Etobicoke was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Largest Populations and Largest Gambling Industry and the Top 10% for Highest Unexpected Death Rate and Highest Economic Output.