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The Largest Publishing Industry in The Communist Bloc

The World Census tallied social media complaints from students regarding overpriced textbooks to determine which nations have the largest book publishing industries.

As a region, The Communist Bloc is ranked 4,481st in the world for Largest Publishing Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federal Republic of Arcturus NovusCivil Rights Lovefest“Simul Fortior”
2.The GUSR's Twin State of Aequalitas Universalis Iustitia et PaxLeft-wing Utopia“Ut patriae pax mundum regeret, aequalitas et iustitia!”
3.The Democratic Union of Uinted Communist of AfricaLiberal Democratic Socialists“☭With God guiding the people ,all things are possible ☭”
4.The United Allied States of United Nations of Earth FederationLeft-wing Utopia“United We Live For Peace On Earth”
5.The Utopian Republic of SevinlandCivil Rights Lovefest“We Grow Together”
6.The Confederation of Republics of HuelistanLeft-wing Utopia“Ni paz entre clases ni guerra entre pueblos”
7.The GUSR's Veteran State of Geroi OtechestvaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Long live our motherland, forever we will defend!”
8.The GUSR's Tributary State of BongobiaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Under the Banner of The GUSR, Forwards for Bongobia!”
9.The People's Republic of ZetastanDemocratic Socialists“Nec deum neque dominum”
10.The Democratic Republic of PazakistanCorrupt Dictatorship“et non prævalebunt”
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Nugget Gang wrote:You can be an anarchist while writing a song that's not for anarchists.
Also, as you disagree with me, I disagree with the internationale. Simple as that - The main problem I have with it is that people claim it to be "an anthem for anarchists, socialists and communists". While, I have never heard of anarchists that they support "an anthem", and it's plain simply absurd to judge a whole movement's alignment based on a few voiced that approved of some horrible song. A few people approving of it, and a few brainless people walking behind them like zombies, does not make up a whole movement's alignment. I know a lot of anarchists that reject the Internationale, and so do I.

I'm not saying that ALL anarchists listen to Internationale. I say that some anarchists use this song, for example: International Union of Anarchists (IAU). Among Spanish anarchists, "A las Barricadas" is popular. I am not an anarchist, and therefore I do not know what most anarchists sing.

Nugget Gang, what are you listening to?

Rossia SFSR wrote:I'm not saying that ALL anarchists listen to Internationale. I say that some anarchists use this song, for example: International Union of Anarchists (IAU). Among Spanish anarchists, "A las Barricadas" is popular. I am not an anarchist, and therefore I do not know what most anarchists sing.

A las Barricadas has been used for anarchists since the spanish civil war and is more likely to be accepted by anarchists, same as for "Mother anarchy loves her sons".
I for myself like both songs, but wouldn't accept either of them as "anthem", nor would I ever be in favour of any "anthem". As songs, they're good, and it should stay as such, there's no need for an "anarchist anthem" or an "anthem of socialists, anarchists and communists". That idea is garbage.

Rossia SFSR wrote:Nugget Gang, what are you listening to?

not so called "worker songs", that's for sure. I listen to death metal, punk, anarcho-punk, chinese stuff, speed metal, that kinda stuff. All of which do not make good "anthems". They make good songs, but not anthems. Same for the internationale, mother anarchy, a las barricadas etc. They all are good songs in their own way, but, none of them should be held highly as "representing" whole movements.

Czechoslovakia and Zakarpatia wrote:The results are to be honest more optimistic than I expected from the polls given that PiSs actually lost seats despite the United Right having a moderate surge in the popular vote, and the Left Alliance had made it into the Sejm with over 49 seats in total, a immense improvement over 4 years ago, when the left wasn't represented in the Sejm at all, and they even won 2 Senate seats while PiSs lost their senatorial majority altogether.

In addition, their wet dream of changing the Polish Constitution to fit their agenda has been definitely thwarted given that even if they align themselves with Korwin's anarcho-capitalist Confederation (Which, of course, has hopper on the homophobic bandwagon the PiS created), they are simply nowhere near the two-thirds majority to pass constitutional amendments.

Overall, the elections are still bad news for human rights in Poland, but PiSs has now proven to not be as almighty as everyone thought, especially since they lost seats despite all polls predicting a landslide victory, and now we have actual leftwing parties such as Razem and Wiosna represented in the Sejm, from which they hopefully can build enough influence to one day overthrow PiSs and finally turn Poland back towards the left.

The problem for the Left in Poland is that many of their economic policies are being adopted by the populist rhetoric of PIS. This means that many of their potential voters sadly have been drawn away. Although these elections are a bit of progress in the right direction when it comes to combating racism and such like it will still be a very difficult battle for the Left to rise again. Especially when in many other Eastern European countries the older leftwing parties are often flagging in the polls - playing into the hands of PIS who can call them a spent force

hurrah, I can finally give my Hollow Knight referenced new peoples actual rights to do stuff:

“Don’t listen to that human supremacist,” quips Mallory Johnson of the Animal Liberation Front, while donning a ski-mask and grabbing her bolt cutters. “However, merely granting the Radiances personhood is not going far enough. We must give them full citizenship and allow them to vote and represent themselves in our government, free from human interest and according to their own concerns. Sure, it’ll be a tad complicated, and expensive. Voter registration might prove troublesome, and we need to figure out exactly how they would vote. But that’s the price we must pay to defeat speciesism once and for all!”


How to make your nation less authoritarian:
Step 1) Be Marxmeans

A good letter to post in light of the imperialist assault upon Rojava by the fascists of Turkey:
A political prisoner’s letter to humanity: “Where is your voice?”
By KOMUN - April 29, 2019

"Murat Türk, born in 1976 in Amed (Diyarbakır), is a former guerrilla fighter from Kurdistan. 24 years ago, he was imprisoned by the Turkish state. Ever since, he has dedicated his life to literature. Murat Türk spent his childhood and youth in the Bağlar neighbourhood, a bastion of Kurdish resistance against the Turkish state. In 1992, he joined the armed Kurdish liberation struggle and went to the mountains. He was arrested in 1995 and sentenced to life in prison by a Turkish court. His brother Cemal Türk (nom-de-guerre Xebat) joined the guerrilla after his imprisonment and fell in the Qandil mountains in 2000. Murat Türk’s first novel, The Time of Blackberries, was written in the high security prison of Bolu, and was published first in Turkish in 2012 and then in the Kurdish dialects of Kurmancî and Soranî, and later also in German. In 2015, the second part of this trilogy was published in Turkish. His short stories and articles have been published in many newspapers and magazines. Three of his short stories received awards. They are part of his book Köprüdeki Düşman (The enemy on the bridge), written in the Turkish language and published in 2013.

Today, Murat Türk is jailed in the T-type jail of Ödemiş (province Izmir). For two months, he has been on a hunger strike to protest the prison isolation of the Kurdish representative Abdullah Öcalan. Started by the Peoples’ Democratic Party MP Leyla Güven in November 2018, more than 7000 people inside and outside Turkish prisons have joined the ongoing hunger strike movement.

In countries where democracy permits a variety of forms to express one’s demands, hunger strikes are often stigmatized. The mass hunger strike protest against the isolation however illustrates that there is no longer any room for free political activity in Turkey. In particular in Turkish prisons, the hunger strike ought to be understood as a last act of protest after the prisoners have exhausted all other means of making themselves heard.

The following letter by Murat Türk, titled “Where is your voice?”, describes the background of the ongoing hunger strike and criticizes the dominant ignorance towards this movement. The letter first appeared in the daily newspaper called Yeni Özgür Politika.

Where is your voice?

Our words address your souls, which have transformed into dark caves.

Is not life itself a matter of meaning?

Artists, writers, intellectuals, academics, journalists, democrats all those, who carry a conscience…

Our words address you!

Why is your conscience so relaxed?

Where is your voice?

Those of you, who live in spaces that have been opened with revolutionary sacrifices, who live with the opportunities that were created with the sacrifices of the march for freedom, why are you so blind, deaf, and mute?

Our words are not for the silence of attitudes that base themselves on simple drives. They do not address those, who have nothing better to do than to turn their time into lust and pleasure with their sinister-turned consciences.

Our call is made for those with souls in which the fire of freedom is burning, for those, who are full of life joy and meaningful ambitions for humanity.

Ever since Leyla Güven has started her hunger strike, you have sat down for your meals at least 500 times. The hunger strike has long surpassed its critical phase. I write these lines now in the presence of Serhat Güzel, Mehmet Kaplan and Uğur Çiçek. These three friends of ours, whose hearts are full of love for humanity, have been fighting for freedom since their childhood. They have never done anything for themselves. They have not demanded anything for themselves. Whenever they ate, they did so to fight more strongly. Now they have been on hunger strike for four months, for 120 days. They starve in order to enable a better life for us. For your dignity, for your rest. For society to live in peace and fraternity.

Not only Uğur, Serhat and Mehmet, but the most beautiful, selfless, humanist and modest children of this society are dedicated to your happiness with love. Can you feel it?

Without any concerns, without blinking an eye, their bodies are now dissolving.

Listen to this cry that pierces the conscience!

Listen, raise your voice, let the echo grow! May freedom come true for all of us!

Are the ears of your hearts deaf?

If the hunger strike were to end now, you will have only prevented deaths from occurring. But because you have arrived late, you will not be able to prevent the fact that an entire revolutionary generation will be confronted with disease and disability for a lifetime.

It no longer suffices to stand up only in the mind. Do not suffocate your voice, your future.

How could your conscience be so clean?

Did the meaning of humanity die in your souls?

Where is your voice?

Why did you lose your voice?

Hundreds of revolutionaries have been on hunger strike for months. Only by way of daily special treatment, they manage, albeit through struggle, to get up on their feet. How many meal tables have you laid in the past months? How many bites have you taken into your bodies?

None of our friends started the hunger strike to deliver themselves to death. On the contrary, they started this action in order to break the absolute nullity, the dark and cold silence that is imposed on our society, and to resurrect the souls at the verge of death, who are struggling for survival. These prisoners are the human beings with the widest idealist universe. Their spiritual depth has the greatest dimensions. Second by second, they melt away for freedom and purity, in order for people to live with dignity and happiness.

Where is your voice?

When someone loses their aim for freedom and more generally their idealist values, he or she goes silent.

To fight and to lend one’s voice to those, who resist, is the most wonderful among the acts that give beauty to a person.

Resistance is a stance that even exceeds worship. Resistance means to light the torch of freedom in the souls of those, for whom the cave turned into a grave.

Even if you remain silent now, your silence and this current phase have created an enormously resisting, revolutionary generation. This generation is ready to feel every pain of yours – even the thorn that pokes your fingertips- like a bullet in their own hearts.

This should make all of you happy! - Murat Türk"

Mannyton wrote:How to make your nation less authoritarian:
Step 1) Be Marxmeans

I'm not even in the top 10 for least authoritarian nations (certainly not politically, as am I not an anarchist)

Marxmeans wrote:I'm not even in the top 10 for least authoritarian nations (certainly not politically, as am I not an anarchist)

I mean, you are 11th though for least authoritarian.

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