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What is the guiding philosophy of your nation?
#31
(24 May 2015, 18:16:55)SoD Woods Wrote:
(24 May 2015, 02:25:16)Emperor Tiberius I Wrote: 9. The Government shall not interfere with the people's daily lives, to a point where it becomes both a cancer and an eyesore within the country. The less the Government is heard and seen every day dabbling in private citizens' lives, the better.

Amen to that!

Very good, although I don't see anything bad about people hearing from their government...
PAULUS AEMILIUS I, DUX TREBIAE
Paolo Emilio I, Caudillo of Trebia
DEUS, PATRIA, REX
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#32
I get it. Well, there are some cases, I believe, the government should disturb private property, for example, to prevent a rapist from hurting a hostage in his own cabin in the countryside...
PAULUS AEMILIUS I, DUX TREBIAE
Paolo Emilio I, Caudillo of Trebia
DEUS, PATRIA, REX
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#33
In Etruscan, Citizens are all equal (as with the President).
-Citizens have full rights as long as it doesn't Violate other citizens right.
-Citizens have the freedom of religion, to practice their on belief and thereof the right to not practice any belief.
-Citizens have the right to (peaceful) freedom of speech.
-Citizens have the right to the Arts, History and Culture.
 Joshua W. Bates
President of the Etruscan Federation
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#34
The majority of the country right now believes in Libertarian views.
Artemis [Berry] Langford

“An unexamined faith is not worth having, for fundamentalism and uncritical certitude entail the rejection of one of the great human gifts: that of free will, of the liberty to make up our own minds based on evidence and tradition and reason.
-John Meacham 
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that." 
-Martin Luther King, Jr.  

 *Activist* *Tactician* *Politician* *Progressive* *Libertarian Socialist* *Proud Episcopalian!* 

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#35
All state philosophy stems from the basic equation, 'R>Y', with R being 'Rex', or 'King', representing the royal family, and 'Y' being 'You', representing the common citizen. This may be a joke, but, according to a famous speech by the Emperor, 'This whole nation is a joke'.

Higgsbury adheres to a strict policy of Neo-Feudalism, which functions similar to Marxism, in the sense that the vast majority of the population is made of proletariat farmhands on government land, but makes no effort to hide income inequality between the elite and said serfs. 'Anti-Egalitarian' principles also dominate the country, promoting individual accomplishment, and eventual promotion to nobility.

The people of Higgsbury, though possessing free trade, are encouraged to buy locally, and conserve their cash. For example, if someone is to buy a quantity of food from a local farmer, they will be eligible for a tax deduction. The aim is to reduce carbon emissions, by cutting down on fuel consumption and calming hyperconsumerism.
His Imperial Majesty, Lacomus I, Emperor of Panamerica,  King of Higgsbury, Baron of Sealand.
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#36
I like to think that Adammia is just about decency and common sense. To quote our national motto:

"Seek wisdom and honour"
EIVS IMPERIALIS MAIESTIS ADAMVS PRIMVS · IMPERATOR ADAMMIAE I · DOMINVS CRAFTANIAE II · DVX DEIRAE · MAGNVS PENMINAE ET SPILDCASTLAE · MMXIII - MMXVIII

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#37
Common sense... That's starting to get quite uncommon.
 
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