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Fifth Empire RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Holy Empire of Ferroviaire (elected )

Founder: The Hyper-Fascist Wasp Hivemind of P0RTVGAL

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PAIN IS TEMPORARY, HONOR IS FOREVER

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We are a serious and a proud Fascist region comprising of the awakened and aware men and women of the Earth who all share with them in their hearts and minds a bright unified vision of a moral New Order destined to replace the sociopolitical decadence and decay of the 21st century and to burn away the consumerist-globalist darkness enveloping the world around us.

Politically we are above and beyond the political spectrum, as we wish to unify the sociopolitical bodies of the nation under the care and guidance of the Fascist Corporate-Ethical State


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Embassies: International Debating Area, Imperial Entertainment Hub, The Imperial Ministry of Truth, The Imperial Ministry of Justice, United Fascist Workers Association, The Coalition of Fascist Nations, The Union of The Greater Axis Powers, The Metaxist Front, The Reich, Nazi Europa, Union of Nationalists, The New Iron Order, The Obsidian Order, The Commonwealth of Crowns, The Autocratic Union of Empires, United Imperial Union, and 14 others.The Holy Reich of Greater Germania, The Holy Reich of Bunicken, League of Christian Nations, Coalition of Catholic States, The Confederacy of Free Lands, Virtu League, Nuevo Amanecer, Estado Novo, Austritaria, J o J, Farkasfalka, Predappio, The Gaztin Pact, and The Declaration of War.

Tags: Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Communist, Anti-General Assembly, Anti-Security Council, Defender, Eco-Friendly, Fandom, Fascist, Featured, Imperialist, Map, Medium, and 8 others.Offsite Chat, P2TM, Regional Government, Religious, Serious, Social, Totalitarian, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Moderate

Fifth Empire contains 33 nations, the 480th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Largest Insurance Industry in Fifth Empire

The World Census posed as door-to-door salespeople in order to establish which nations have the most extensive Insurance industries.

As a region, Fifth Empire is ranked 11,631st in the world for Largest Insurance Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The New Order of FascisticaIron Fist Consumerists“Fascistica (check out the other -ica nations too)”
2.The Matriarchy of Fascist FrisiaMother Knows Best State“Eala Frya Fresena!”
3.The Deadlands of MertherIron Fist Consumerists“-”
4.The Imperium of ChalybeaCorrupt Dictatorship“Power enables, Duty defines, Integrity binds”
5.The Fascist-Welfare State of The Cumbrian StateFather Knows Best State“The Imperium spans a thousand thousand worlds”
6.The Dictatorship of Fourth Reich 4Psychotic Dictatorship“Eine Reich”
7.The Alexandrian Holding of Imperial KratosCorporate Police State“Blood and War”
8.The New Fascist Empire of PhoenikInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For A New Beginning”
9.The Empire of New Empire of HispanyoIron Fist Consumerists“Borenzoistas por Siempre”
10.The Kingdom of Jauno LatvijaPsychotic Dictatorship“Kunaty svyty prej djov naša Perkunus!”
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Last poll: “A topic, perhaps, controversial. I dont know. Perhaps in your country it is normal.”

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Atsuria wrote:Been thinking a lot of different miscellaneus things lately, about life, about our society and different phenomena in it etc. I think I'll try and condense these into one package..if I'm lucky maybe it'll give birth to some interesting discussion.

Brazika you could also do a poll. We haven't had one of those in a while and we used to have them routinely/regularly.

Also part 3 of my delayed RMB responses is coming up!

Really. I have a question anyway. I did it.

Atsuria wrote:Hello! And where around the world are you from? If you don't mind sharing that is.

We are a diverse bunch. I am Finnish/from Finland. A bit of a rarity in more than one way I suppose.

Yeah, Fourth Reich 4, the diversity here is actually high, contrary to what a leftist would have you believe about a fascist region. I’m from deep in the mountains of Appalachia in West Virginia, USA. A radically different environment in almost every single way from Finland.

Atsuria wrote:Hello! And where around the world are you from? If you don't mind sharing that is.

We are a diverse bunch. I am Finnish/from Finland. A bit of a rarity in more than one way I suppose.

Well, I am from Iran, It is currently ruled by a theocracy, I hope someday we will have a nationalist government instead of this Islamist government.

Greater-Appalachia wrote:Yeah, Fourth Reich 4, the diversity here is actually high, contrary to what a leftist would have you believe about a fascist region. I’m from deep in the mountains of Appalachia in West Virginia, USA. A radically different environment in almost every single way from Finland.

I agree with you, unlike the common belief, fascism is not racist (unlike Nazism), Nazis (people like Alfred Rosenberg) criticized fascism for being too soft. Personally, I think fascism is more logical than other far-right ideologies.

On the poll, you shall never see me support any activity which promotes the trivialization and degradation of value of sexual relations. It is something that is meant to be experienced by two loving individuals, not a bought and sold object. The act of prostitution also comes along with risks of spreading dangerous STDs and exposes women who fall into prostitution to abuse and exploitation by “pimps” and other low life scoundrels.

Greater-Appalachia wrote:On the poll, you shall never see me support any activity which promotes the trivialization and degradation of value of sexual relations. It is something that is meant to be experienced by two loving individuals, not a bought and sold object. The act of prostitution also comes along with risks of spreading dangerous STDs and exposes women who fall into prostitution to abuse and exploitation by “pimps” and other low life scoundrels.

Agreed, not only is it immoral, it degrades women, and strips them of their perceived sense of self-worth.

Imperial Kratos wrote:Agreed, not only is it immoral, it degrades women, and strips them of their perceived sense of self-worth.

It depends, tbh. It is not groups of women that degrade them. Being honest to you? I am not against it, but I am not in favor either. There should be a type of regulation, hygiene and everything else so as not to take risks. That is my point of view. Maybe in the future I'll change my mind, but that's it for now.

Many prostitutes would not accept having sex without a condom, cuz this is their job. Now think: Your girlfriend, """for example""". If she ever lets you go without a condom... do you really think you were the first or will you be the first? A normal person can pass more risks than a person who already has the job of having sex with people. After all, her life is also at risk

This is somewhat controversial, so there are many opinions

Brazika wrote:It depends, tbh. It is not groups of women that degrade them. Being honest to you? I am not against it, but I am not in favor either. There should be a type of regulation, hygiene and everything else so as not to take risks. That is my point of view. Maybe in the future I'll change my mind, but that's it for now.

Many prostitutes would not accept having sex without a condom, cuz this is their job. Now think: Your girlfriend, """for example""". If she ever lets you go without a condom... do you really think you were the first or will you be the first? A normal person can pass more risks than a person who already has the job of having sex with people. After all, her life is also at risk

This is somewhat controversial, so there are many opinions

So, you want to make sexual relations a trivial thing that can be bought and sold, making the consequences of the act trivialized as well? Contraceptives do not always work, regret can lead to false accusations of assault, and so many other potentially negative consequences can arise even when circumstances you mentioned exist. Prostitution is nearly impossible to regulate, considering the nature of the “work environment”, attempting to make it legal throws in this huge plethora of moral and business questions that have to be decided, such as; Who can actually do this “job”? Should you need a license and do we create a special department for creating and issuing said licensing? How do we protect against STDs in an efficient manner? How do we protect consumers from harmful business practices in this new field of work? Who gets to decide whether this entire concept is moral or immoral? Can it be taxed? If a contraceptive fails, what is the course of action to take? What happens if an individual is unsatisfied and wants a refund? There are these and so many more questions that often reside in a very gray area, and if we set aside the blatant moral and religious reasons not to legalize this act, how do we manage all of these issues to make this job feasible and ethical?

The answer is that it makes far more sense to keep this act illegal to avoid these murky waters, and to justify keeping it illegal for the basic and obvious reasons that make it banned in the first place.

Those who say making it legal will help the economy fail to account for all the administrative costs that must be payed in order to regulate and enforce the laws surrounding the newly legalized prostitution, and it will likely require a whole new department to control and monitor the field. A lot of money will also be required to pay compensations or medical treatments for when contraceptives fail, resulting in pregnancies or STDs. Even if a waiver is signed to clarify that these are risks the consumer must be responsible for, it does not change any of this, there will still be lawsuits of all kinds in the instance of contraceptive failure or neglect that will waste court time and cost even more money. It is all in all just a bad idea.

Edit: Simply put; sex was never something meant to be bought and sold like other physical goods, attempting to make it as such is a mistake.

Greater-Appalachia wrote:

So, you want to make sexual relations a trivial thing that can be bought and sold, making the consequences of the act trivialized as well? Contraceptives do not always work, regret can lead to false accusations of assault, and so many other potentially negative consequences can arise even when circumstances you mentioned exist. Prostitution is nearly impossible to regulate, considering the nature of the “work environment”, attempting to make it legal throws in this huge plethora of moral and business questions that have to be decided, such as; Who can actually do this “job”? Should you need a license and do we create a special department for creating and issuing said licensing? How do we protect against STDs in an efficient manner? How do we protect consumers from harmful business practices in this new field of work? Who gets to decide whether this entire concept is moral or immoral? Can it be taxed? If a contraceptive fails, what is the course of action to take? What happens if an individual is unsatisfied and wants a refund? There are these and so many more questions that often reside in a very gray area, and if we set aside the blatant moral and religious reasons not to legalize this act, how do we manage all of these issues to make this job feasible and ethical?

The answer is that it makes far more sense to keep this act illegal to avoid these murky waters, and to justify keeping it illegal for the basic and obvious reasons that make it banned in the first place.

Those who say making it legal will help the economy fail to account for all the administrative costs that must be payed in order to regulate and enforce the laws surrounding the newly legalized prostitution, and it will likely require a whole new department to control and monitor the field. A lot of money will also be required to pay compensations or medical treatments for when contraceptives fail, resulting in pregnancies or STDs. Even if a waiver is signed to clarify that these are risks the consumer must be responsible for, it does not change any of this, there will still be lawsuits of all kinds in the instance of contraceptive failure or neglect that will waste court time and cost even more money. It is all in all just a bad idea.

Edit: Simply put; sex was never something meant to be bought and sold like other physical goods, attempting to make it as such is a mistake.

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I'm not a hypocritical. What I wanna speak I do. I always leave opinions open, because over time I always change my ideas, because the world is spinning too fast. I don't have my head stuck in the past, I also spin

Prostitution is a maggot that riddles the streets of communities abandoned by governments. Naturally, it grows from economic and political rot; eating away at the heart of the State. However the vast majority of prostitution is caused by the failures of the State. Women are forced into prostitution for economic purposes to feed themselves and their families.

It is the State's utmost priority to ensure the social and economic security of its populace and to protect the collective's mental and physical strength. If the State objectively deviates from this perennial truth, it loses its decency.

To alleviate prostitution, condemnation of the individual is ignorant of a citizen's personal economic problems. Instead, the State should harness the zenith of its domestic authority to target the causes of prostitution; providing more a more broad array of economic opportunities for women. If not, each women forced into prostitution delegitimizes the State's moral code. Prostitution also weakens the State's material and immaterial power; disabling women from being abke to intellectually and manually contribute to the State's production, administrative and sociocultural needs.

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