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July 19, 2011, 05:34:56 AM
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For example, a statist society would have an easy time conquering things. It would also be able to develop useful things that a libertarian society wouldn't bother with due to a lack of profitability by dumping money at it (for example, aeroplanes and a lot of other things were developed by dumping money into them during wartime, meaning they would be far less used in a world that was libertarian at the time).

Remember Statism has its flavors, too. Maybe give communist countries an army recruiting bonus, republics the 'throw money at it' one, etc.

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July 19, 2011, 04:48:12 PM
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Don'd expect me to go ahead with it for definite.

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July 23, 2011, 08:32:30 PM
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I just discovered that your country can be slightly different depending on whether you look at it from a "liberal" or "conservative" view point:

http://conservative.nationstates.net/nation=libertopium

http://liberal.nationstates.net/nation=libertopium

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July 23, 2011, 08:55:20 PM
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Did you write the overview, or is it auto-genned?

'cause... Biker gangs?

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July 24, 2011, 07:52:47 AM
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They auto generate it according to the policies you choose in response to whatever issue your country has. The biker gangs and high crime is because I refuse to allow monopolist thugs to run protection rackets under the guise of 'policing.'

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college students make ends meet by selling their kidneys

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an increasing percentage of the population's youth have homosexual parents.

because I allow gay adoption.

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'A is for Annulment' is a popular children's song.

Because I don't make people jump through hoops if they want to get a divorce.

The deforestation and "inhospitable landscape" is because we have a 100% free market.

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The Police department is considering installing surveillance cameras in all major public areas, in an effort to crack down on crime.
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   1. "This is a blatant invasion of the right to privacy!" says libertarian web site operator Klaus Barry. "Now I can't even go out in public any more without being watched? And you know this is just the beginning. Today there are cameras in city streets. Tomorrow they're peering through your bedroom window."


   2. "Hey, I've got news for you," says Police media liaison Violet Licorish. "When you're out in public, PEOPLE CAN SEE YOU. These cameras will be extremely helpful in reducing the national crime rate. Frankly, I can't see what the fuss is about."


   3. "This 'slippery slope' argument has got me thinking," says Police Minister Jean-Paul Barry. "You know, it would be a lot easier to fight crime if we watched people all the time. Not with cameras, of course. That's clearly an invasion of privacy. But how about a national database of our citizens, coupled with compulsory ID cards and barcoding? It would stop crime dead in its tracks."

I'm expecting crime levels to skyrocket as a result of my policies Cheesy

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July 24, 2011, 08:00:09 AM
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Feh... sounds like Ascent wrote the game.

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