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Forest was Commended by Security Council Resolution # 219

WA Delegate (non-executive): The United Mangrove Archipelago of Ransium (elected )

Founder: The Cool Temperate Rainforests of Errinundera

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 19th Most Nations: 34th Most Influential: 65th+18
Most Valuable International Artwork: 297th Best Weather: 790th Most Beautiful Environments: 857th Most Rebellious Youth: 884th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,015th Nicest Citizens: 1,182nd Largest Black Market: 1,221st Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,223rd Most Inclusive: 1,351st Most Cultured: 1,364th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,831st Largest Welfare Programs: 1,862nd Healthiest Citizens: 1,904th Most Devout: 1,908th Smartest Citizens: 1,985th Most Advanced Public Education: 2,067th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 2,139th Most Advanced Public Transport: 2,256th
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    August: E-Waste Awareness Month

    AccountOther by Turbeaux . 76 reads.

  2. 5

    Forest's Statistics Grove

    MetaReference by Kawastyselir . 227 reads.

  3. 28

    Maps of Forest

    MetaReference by Octopus Islands . 1,882 reads.

  4. 6

    Forest's Crystal Jubilee Flag Design Contest

    MetaGameplay by Verdant Haven . 116 reads.

  5. 9

    Forestís Ecological Footprint Report of 2020

    MetaReference by Kawastyselir . 77 reads.

  6. 6

    The Cabinets of Forest

    MetaReference by Kawastyselir . 79 reads.

  7. 13

    Fifth Annual Forest Photo Contest 2019 - The Winners!

    BulletinNews by Mount Seymour . 175 reads.

  8. 41

    THE OFFICIAL FOREST RECIPE LIST

    MetaReference by Palos Heights . 490 reads.

  9. 16

    Forest Directory

    MetaReference by Mount Seymour . 1,067 reads.

  10. 32

    Constitution of Forest

    MetaReference by Mount Seymour . 2,266 reads.

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    Forest Regional History

    MetaReference by Mozworld . 1,792 reads.

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Embassies: Thalassia, Futaba Aoi, Evergreen Conifer, Eladen, A Liberal Haven, Singapore, The Federation of Anarchist Communes, Yggdrasil, Refugia, Hippy Haven, Antarctica, Sunalaya, Democratic Socialist Assembly, The Region That Has No Big Banks, The Leftist Assembly, Sonindia, and 21 others.The North Pacific, the South Pacific, the Rejected Realms, Philosophy 115, International Democratic Union, Osiris, Winterfell, Antarctic Oasis, Texas, Canada, Union of Free Nations, 10000 Islands, Oatland, The Bar on the corner of every region, Haiku, Spiritus, Portugal, Europe, Conch Kingdom, Wintreath, and The Union of Democratic States.

Tags: Casual, Commended, Democratic, Eco-Friendly, Enormous, Featured, Issues Player, Map, Multi-Species, Offsite Chat, Pacifist, Regional Government, and 2 others.Social, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Extremely High

Forest contains 447 nations, the 34th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Crime Rates in Forest

World Census interns were dispatched to seedy back alleys in order to determine which nations have the highest crime rates.

As a region, Forest is ranked 8,469th in the world for Highest Crime Rates.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Cool Temperate Rainforests of ErrinunderaCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Please leave meat, leather, guns & cars in bin provided”
2.The Banner Hunting Big Thonkers of GolgothastanIron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors“home of the rly big thonk”
3.The Northern Marshes of DrasniaAnarchy Post-Revolution Embryonic Society“A nation of merchants, spies, and merchants who spy.”
4.The Burning Trash Fire of Lord DominatorCompulsory Consumerist State Consumerist Wage Drones“Fire Solves All Things”
5.The Rapture of Pixies on ToadstoolsBenevolent Dictatorship Temporary Liberal State of Emergency“Ooooh! said Fanny, shivering with delight.”
6.The United Mangrove Archipelago of RansiumInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“Semper Virens”
7.The Total Lack of Hue ManateeCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“I'm sorry you feel that way”
8.The Transhuman Hive of TurbeauxCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Not only does God play dice, the dice are loaded.”
9.The AI See You of Candlewhisper ArchiveAnarchy Post-Revolution Embryonic Society“You Got Issues”
10.The Hotdog-craving birb of SeagullCorporate Police State Halliburton“Ack? Ack!”
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Forgotten Beauty wrote:Am I the only one who notices that like the same three people like every single message ever lodged on the board, regardless of what it is?

I like any post that I find useful or that I agree with, and even some that I disagree with if I can see where they are coming from in the debate.

Middle Barael wrote:I like any post that I find useful or that I agree with, and even some that I disagree with if I can see where they are coming from in the debate.

Yeah makes sense, I was referring to certain individuals who probably know who they are lol

Outer Sparta wrote:In all honesty, I've been kind of put off by the progressive movement. I originally supported Warren and then went for Bernie, but I just didn't like how the movement was circulated around Bernie like some cult of personality going on. I wish the progressive movement would be more about ideas and how to accomplish them rather than revolve around a person.

Well the ideas tend to personalize (is that the right word for it?) to every candidate in some way, so it's pretty much the same thing with everyone eventually. Only difference with Bernie was that he was actually trying to move and change things in a different way, like the walfare kind of, and he said a lot of things people are not usually saying because they are afraid for their political careers. So it was kinda new and fresh in a looong looong time in the US politics on federal level.

Outer Sparta wrote:In all honesty, I've been kind of put off by the progressive movement. I originally supported Warren and then went for Bernie, but I just didn't like how the movement was circulated around Bernie like some cult of personality going on. I wish the progressive movement would be more about ideas and how to accomplish them rather than revolve around a person.

I see no evidence of a cult of personality around Bernie. The slogan of his campaign was literally, "Not Me, Us".

And the movement that backed him continues apace, through the election of congressional candidates who support progressive ideals.

Hwayang wrote:I see no evidence of a cult of personality around Bernie. The slogan of his campaign was literally, "Not Me, Us".

And the movement that backed him continues apace, through the election of congressional candidates who support progressive ideals.

I just wish they work within the Democratic party to push them more progressive. Electing Biden would provide them a foundation to enact progressive policies for the future.

Hwayang wrote:I see no evidence of a cult of personality around Bernie. The slogan of his campaign was literally, "Not Me, Us".

And the movement that backed him continues apace, through the election of congressional candidates who support progressive ideals.

If it did seem like a cult of personality around Bernie during the primaries, it was probably because the only other major candidate considered left (Warren) routinely exposed herself as an opportunistic liar. When a person is the only one pushing a point of view that has a large enough base of support, and their opponents are hellbent on stopping them, itís understandable for the candidateís supporters to deify them.

Faurexus wrote:... the only other major candidate considered left (Warren) continuously exposed herself as an opportunistic, pathological liar.

Okay, no need to go that far...

Mozworld wrote:Well, given that Russia wants Trump to win and China wants Biden to win, hopefully they should cancel each other out. Ideally neither of them would interfere, but with nobody in power willing to stop them this is just kinda the world we're in right now.

If anyone's interested I get all my US politics/election news from www.electoral-vote.com

How sure are we that China wants Biden to win? So far they are benefiting from Trumpís mistakes, they might just want to give him 4 more years to wreck the only power who could contain them.

Faurexus wrote:If it did seem like a cult of personality around Bernie during the primaries, it was probably because the only other major candidate considered left (Warren) routinely exposed herself as an opportunistic liar. When a person is the only one pushing a point of view that has a large enough base of support, and their opponents are hellbent on stopping them, itís understandable for the candidateís supporters to deify them.

Heh, I remember when a similar cult formed around Dearest Leader, and still persists.

Cat-Herders United wrote:How sure are we that China wants Biden to win? So far they are benefiting from Trumpís mistakes, they might just want to give him 4 more years to wreck the only power who could contain them.

It does logically make sense, whether or not Chinese interference becomes a notable aspect of the election. China wants Trump out because they need a stable trading partner most of all. Trump is just really hard for them to deal with -- one day he says he loves them, the next day he's banning their companies. Biden may be less blithely unconcerned with the Uyghurs compared to Trump, but China thinks the US doesn't have much control over that anyway. He may be able to hold up the US's place in the world a bit more, but China knows it's going to surpass the US in world power eventually anyway too. What the US does have control over is the fortunes of Chinese companies -- who are hurt by Trump's love of trade wars -- and by extension, Chinese economic development.

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