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So, as I've mostly toyed with various ideas lately, and all my most desirable projects have hit one snag or another for the time being (all of which I hope to resolve one day), I was looking over the ideas I had for this fictional layout of a hypothetical future. I had decided that, if I revisited it, I would start with each relevant nation or other major polity's 2048 election (or the closest thereto). Of course, as with today, not every nation in the geopolitical scheme of my envisioned future can be called democratic enough for a contested, free-and-fair election - the scheme has just changed. There are also the Lunar elections (I already have a thread with ideas regarding that, people might recall), Martian elections (which are of a different tenor), and a few other additions here, as well as the borders, politics, and balance having changed internationally. More to come shortly.

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The scheme of nations that I currently have at the moment is as follows:

Nations with Contested, Free-and-Fair Elections (Full Scenario Material):

-United States of America (only includes the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Rust Belt States, plus Iowa, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia, as well as the current Canadian Provinces of Ontario and the Maritime Provinces)

-Western North American Federation (includes Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, the Dakotas, Colorado, Wyoming, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Alaska)

-Christian States of America (includes the original Confederate States of 1861 plus Missouri, Kentucky, and West Virginia)

-Republic of Quebec

-Nunavut (also includes Greenland)

-Caribbean Federation (all current sovereign nations in the Caribbean plus all current British, French, Dutch, and American dependencies in the Caribbean)

-Republic of Peru

-Republic of Bolivia

-Republic of Chile

-Argentine Republic

-Federal Republic of Brazil

-Union of the Guianas

-United Kingdom of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland

-Republic of Scotland

-Republic of Iceland

-Saami Sovereignty

-Kingdom of Norway

-Kingdom of Sweden

-Kingdom of Denmark

-Republic of Finland

-Republic of Portugal

-Kingdom of Spain

-Republic of Catalonia

-Free Basque State

-Republic of Italy

-Swiss Confederation

-Federal Republic of Germany

-Hellenic Republic

-Republic of Tunisia

-State of Israel

-Republic of India

-Republic of South Africa

-Malagasy Republic

-United Southeast Asian Federation

-Japan

-Federation of Australasia (includes the current nations of Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, East Timor, Malaysia, and Singapore)

-Lunar Assembly

-Martian Polities (only some are truly democratic, electoral systems)

-Antarctic Colonies (only some are truly democratic, electoral systems)

There is no standing European Parliament by the year 2048 in this timeline. For one reason or another, all other polities have limited or no contested free-and-fair elections. As I have a fairly good idea of the timeline, but there's a lot of it, if anyone has a question about an above polity, how it got to it's current borders, or why a certain isn't included, I'm happy to answer at this stage.

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I just noticed I'd forgotten the Republic of California (which I did a whole thread on in this timeline) and a few other smaller polities with viable electoral politices.

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3 minutes ago, Patine said:

JDrakeify @willpaddyg @daons @LegolasRedbard @Prussian1871 @wolves @SirLagsalott @michaelsdiamonds @victorraiders @Patine @Falcon @jnewt @President Garrett Walker @Reagan04 @Conservative Elector 2 @SeanFKennedy @vcczar @jvikings1 @harveyrayson2 @lizarraba @TheMiddlePolitical @CalebsParadox @MrPrez @msc123123 @NYrepublican  @RI Democrat @servo75  @Presidentinsertname  @ThePotatoWalrus @Sunnymentoaddict @TheLiberalKitten @Quebecois @avatarmushi @Sami @WVProgressive @Kingthero @Lyly @President Trenton Adams @FrancisXKennedy @MBDemSoc

The scheme of nations that I currently have at the moment is as follows:

Nations with Contested, Free-and-Fair Elections (Full Scenario Material):

-United States of America (only includes the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Rust Belt States, plus Iowa, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia, as well as the current Canadian Provinces of Ontario and the Maritime Provinces)

-Western North American Federation (includes Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, the Dakotas, Colorado, Wyoming, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Alaska)

-Christian States of America (includes the original Confederate States of 1861 plus Missouri, Kentucky, and West Virginia)

-Republic of Quebec

-Nunavut (also includes Greenland)

-Caribbean Federation (all current sovereign nations in the Caribbean plus all current British, French, Dutch, and American dependencies in the Caribbean)

-Republic of Peru

-Republic of Bolivia

-Republic of Chile

-Argentine Republic

-Federal Republic of Brazil

-Union of the Guianas

-United Kingdom of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland

-Republic of Scotland

-Republic of Iceland

-Saami Sovereignty

-Kingdom of Norway

-Kingdom of Sweden

-Kingdom of Denmark

-Republic of Finland

-Republic of Portugal

-Kingdom of Spain

-Republic of Catalonia

-Free Basque State

-Republic of Italy

-Swiss Confederation

-Federal Republic of Germany

-Hellenic Republic

-Republic of Tunisia

-State of Israel

-Republic of India

-Republic of South Africa

-Malagasy Republic

-United Southeast Asian Federation

-Japan

-Federation of Australasia (includes the current nations of Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, East Timor, Malaysia, and Singapore)

-Lunar Assembly

-Martian Polities (only some are truly democratic, electoral systems)

-Antarctic Colonies (only some are truly democratic, electoral systems)

There is no standing European Parliament by the year 2048 in this timeline. For one reason or another, all other polities have limited or no contested free-and-fair elections. As I have a fairly good idea of the timeline, but there's a lot of it, if anyone has a question about an above polity, how it got to it's current borders, or why a certain isn't included, I'm happy to answer at this stage.

I like the idea of breakoff states (split US, Catalonia and Basque being independent, Scotland) with no EU.  I don't know if you'd thought about this but support for Irish reunification has gone up slightly since the Brexit vote (with a very close poll in the case of a hard Brexit).  What would be going on in that region?

Also where would Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada go?

One last thing, with the EU gone, would the Northern League go back to being a separationist party in Italy?

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7 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

I like the idea of breakoff states (split US, Catalonia and Basque being independent, Scotland) with no EU.  I don't know if you'd thought about this but support for Irish reunification has gone up slightly since the Brexit vote (with a very close poll in the case of a hard Brexit).  What would be going on in that region?

Also where would Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada go?

One last thing, with the EU gone, would the Northern League go back to being a separationist party in Italy?

Nevada is part of California (originally because the of the two States' strong economic co-dependence, especially around the tourist industry), but the Republic of California has a Nevada regional interest party ranging all the way up to separatist members (at your suggestion, in fact, when I first put up the Republic of California thread).

Utah will become it's own nation in the shuffle of the U.S. split, and it's politics become polarized largely between those who want to reestablish a Brigham Young-style theocracy and a more secular, but still "soft conservative" party. Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and New Mexico are somewhat up in the air and I'm open to suggestions.

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19 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

I like the idea of breakoff states (split US, Catalonia and Basque being independent, Scotland) with no EU.  I don't know if you'd thought about this but support for Irish reunification has gone up slightly since the Brexit vote (with a very close poll in the case of a hard Brexit).  What would be going on in that region?

Also where would Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada go?

One last thing, with the EU gone, would the Northern League go back to being a separationist party in Italy?

Also, Ireland and Northern Italy (as well as the Low Countries and a few others) have big problem, which is the reason France isn't on the list. In response to the issues of immigration, the EU (which was still standing, but on it's deathbed, at the time), an economic crisis from the Petroleum Market Crash in the very early 2030's, and feeling by many French citizens that law and order, French culture, and France's were being extinguished, a VERY extreme populist party that broke off the FN as an extreme schism came to power and, using many classic pretexts, gained more authority, but promoted a neo-Napoleonic/neo-Gaullist sentiment in the country and, an act considered the very death knell, invaded Belgium on a trumped-up casus belli and the EU failed to act with any decisive ability. Since then, the other two low countries and Ireland were successfully invaded and inconclusive conflicts with Italy and Spain were had.

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1 hour ago, Patine said:

Nevada is part of California (originally because the of the two States' strong economic co-dependence, especially around the tourist industry), but the Republic of California has a Nevada regional interest party ranging all the way up to separatist members (at your suggestion, in fact, when I first put up the Republic of California thread).

Utah will become it's own nation in the shuffle of the U.S. split, and it's politics become polarized largely between those who want to reestablish a Brigham Young-style theocracy and a more secular, but still "soft conservative" party. Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and New Mexico are somewhat up in the air and I'm open to suggestions.

I'd put Oklahoma with the south and Nebraska with the Western North American Federation.  Kansas could go with either of them, but I'd lean towards the south.  New Mexico and Arizona are kind of interesting in this situation and difficult to place.

1 hour ago, Patine said:

Also, Ireland and Northern Italy (as well as the Low Countries and a few others) have big problem, which is the reason France isn't on the list. In response to the issues of immigration, the EU (which was still standing, but on it's deathbed, at the time), an economic crisis from the Petroleum Market Crash in the very early 2030's, and feeling by many French citizens that law and order, French culture, and France's were being extinguished, a VERY extreme populist party that broke off the FN as an extreme schism came to power and, using many classic pretexts, gained more authority, but promoted a neo-Napoleonic/neo-Gaullist sentiment in the country and, an act considered the very death knell, invaded Belgium on a trumped-up casus belli and the EU failed to act with any decisive ability. Since then, the other two low countries and Ireland were successfully invaded and inconclusive conflicts with Italy and Spain were had.

I like this scenario.  Is this faction more in line with how the party was when Jean-Marie Le Pen was leader?

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17 hours ago, jvikings1 said:

I'd put Oklahoma with the south and Nebraska with the Western North American Federation.  Kansas could go with either of them, but I'd lean towards the south.  New Mexico and Arizona are kind of interesting in this situation and difficult to place.

I like this scenario.  Is this faction more in line with how the party was when Jean-Marie Le Pen was leader?

Yes, very much like Jean-Marie Le Pen's FN, with even some elements of Boulangism revived into a modern form (not so much monarchialism or antisemitism, specifically, but the hyper-French nationalism, language, and identity ideal and strong return to Catholicism religiously without Papal political power in France and the idea of political legalism and such).

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Also, some nations I had forgotten on the above list (other than Utah and the Republic of California, which are corrected above) that could have viable electoral scenarios are:

-Malta

-Cyprus

-Turkey

-Iran

-Armenia

-Georgia (the Caucasus Republic)

-Kurdistan

-Ethiopia

-Kenya

-South Atlantic Federation (independent union of the current British Overseas Dependencies of the Falkland Islands, Ascension Island, Tristan de Cunha, Saint Helena, and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands)

-Sri Lanka

-Bangladesh

-Indian Ocean Collectivity (current nations of Mauritius, the Comoros, Seychelles, and the Maldives, the French Overseas Departments of Mayotte and Reunion, and the British Indian Ocean Territory - becoming the Chagos Islands)

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I'm curious on what the backstory for the Moon, Martian, and Antarctic colonies would be.  Was it a country that started them, a joint effort (like NATO don't something), or private entities?

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3 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

I'm curious on what the backstory for the Moon, Martian, and Antarctic colonies would be.  Was it a country that started them, a joint effort (like NATO don't something), or private entities?

They were started by several nations separately, a private corporate entity (in the case of the Moon), and two independent non-national, but non-corporate entities on Mars, but detachment and distance from the home colonial founders, more difficult environments to survive and flourish in, and historically-attested "colonial attitudes" developed stronger ties (among some, there remained loyalists to the home founding nations, and inter-colonial rival sentiments, as well) and solidarity amongst themselves in each of those three "entities" (for lack of a better unifying term for a continent, a satellite, and a planet collectively).

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My question is whether we'll even have the technology to make living on the Moon and Mars possible by this point in time.

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5 hours ago, Wiw said:

My question is whether we'll even have the technology to make living on the Moon and Mars possible by this point in time.

Living, yes. Not terraforming into lush, Genesis-effect worlds, no. And, as I said, survival is more difficult, than on Earth. And we'd be talking about sealed life-support biosphere environments, hydroponic crops on the Moon and greenhouse farming on Mars, and recycled water and air, etc. But theoretically livable.

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Alright, a new update to this setting on a large scale are big international scope endorsers (that is, through separately registered chapters, branches, or subsidiaries, are able to endorse and influence politics in multiple - though usually not all, each of themselves - national electoral systems) that don't exist today, but are fictitious organizations of significant wealth and influence in this hypothetical 2048.

-Virtuacom - A massive telecommunications, electronics, software, and Internet that took advantage of the period of political and economic instability in the 2030's and early 2040's, when many anti-trust and commerce protection laws in a lot of countries unenforced (or unenforceable) at that time, to consolidate into a huge juggernaut with immense power, wealth, and sway in a lot of countries. Centred in the part of the Bay Area of what by the point is the independent Republic of California that today is called Silicon Valley (though by 2048, Virtuacom owns all the land of that current, unofficial urban and economic district), it is viewed alternately as one of the greatest corporate success stories in history, or an engine and epitomy of corporate greed and abuse.

-Imperial Soy - A Japanese corporation with the design of ending all world hunger without resorting to the majority eating bland but high-nutrient "paste," Imperial Soy created a method of growing soy far more efficiently and for far cheaper, and greatly improving on it's ability to resemble in appearance, texture, and taste many common, even some luxury foods. However, it's growing wealthy, and very secretive and private, board of directors, are suspected of having less noble "side goals" in mind outside their noble crusade.

-PACTECH - The premier and pinnacle technical college and institution in 2048, PACTECH has five campuses in five cities in five separate nations across the Pacific Rim - Vancouver, Berkeley, Lima, Osaka, and Melbourne, and is a huge giant of technological and scientific advancement and innovation.

-True and Free French Foreign Legion - Mostly French expatriates, and exiles from nations occupied by the new regime in Paris, many with a military or police background, this group seeks to advocate for other governments to take economic, diplomatic, political, and military action to end the new French dictatorship (which I detailed above).

-Order of the Red Star - A strange, insular, and disturbing, but strangely charismatic, well-funded, and well-connected apocalyptic cult that rose out of nowhere and has reputedly been behind several prophecies that seemed to bear honest fruit, this international religious group is under high suspicion and the subject of conspiracy theories by many, and hasn't (yet) been verifiably linked to a serious crime as an organization.

-Great Forum for the Breaking of the Walls of Tyrants and the Unity, Prosperity, and Community of All Humanity (also known by it's colloquial name of the "Flagbusters") - An international organization that believes that a majority of the problems, woes, and evils of the world can be traced to the very existence of separate sovereign nations with separate laws, customs, and identities, and who seek competitive and malign ends for each other, and that nationalism is one of the most evil philosophical schools in the modern world. They seek to force the abolition of all separate nations - politically, legally, and in identity, and create a global nation with no borders, no different laws in different places, one language, one currency, and one political system, outlawing political parties or blocs built around former national identities.

 

More are coming shortly, as is more information as a whole.

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Before I turn in in a short while, any comments, constructive criticism, suggestions, advice, etc., about what I have so far. I'd especially love to hear from @jvikings1, @Sami, @NYrepublican, @Conservative Elector 2, @ThePotatoWalrus @Sunnymentoaddict, @TheMiddlePolitical, @vcczar, @LegolasRedbard - but any thoughtful input is certainly more than welcome.

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

Before I turn in in a short while, any comments, constructive criticism, suggestions, advice, etc., about what I have so far. I'd especially love to hear from @jvikings1, @Sami, @NYrepublican, @Conservative Elector 2, @ThePotatoWalrus @Sunnymentoaddict, @TheMiddlePolitical, @vcczar, @LegolasRedbard - but any thoughtful input is certainly more than welcome.

I'd add a kind of global atheist community(?) of people who think science can explain it all and who are potentially anti-theist. I believe that has a reasonable chance of happening

Otherwise,good job.

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4 minutes ago, Patine said:

Before I turn in in a short while, any comments, constructive criticism, suggestions, advice, etc., about what I have so far. I'd especially love to hear from @jvikings1, @Sami, @NYrepublican, @Conservative Elector 2, @ThePotatoWalrus @Sunnymentoaddict, @TheMiddlePolitical, @vcczar, @LegolasRedbard - but any thoughtful input is certainly more than welcome.

You're doing great work keep it up ❤️ 

Can't wait my bro

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4 hours ago, Patine said:

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Alright, a new update to this setting on a large scale are big international scope endorsers (that is, through separately registered chapters, branches, or subsidiaries, are able to endorse and influence politics in multiple - though usually not all, each of themselves - national electoral systems) that don't exist today, but are fictitious organizations of significant wealth and influence in this hypothetical 2048.

-Virtuacom - A massive telecommunications, electronics, software, and Internet that took advantage of the period of political and economic instability in the 2030's and early 2040's, when many anti-trust and commerce protection laws in a lot of countries unenforced (or unenforceable) at that time, to consolidate into a huge juggernaut with immense power, wealth, and sway in a lot of countries. Centred in the part of the Bay Area of what by the point is the independent Republic of California that today is called Silicon Valley (though by 2048, Virtuacom owns all the land of that current, unofficial urban and economic district), it is viewed alternately as one of the greatest corporate success stories in history, or an engine and epitomy of corporate greed and abuse.

-Imperial Soy - A Japanese corporation with the design of ending all world hunger without resorting to the majority eating bland but high-nutrient "paste," Imperial Soy created a method of growing soy far more efficiently and for far cheaper, and greatly improving on it's ability to resemble in appearance, texture, and taste many common, even some luxury foods. However, it's growing wealthy, and very secretive and private, board of directors, are suspected of having less noble "side goals" in mind outside their noble crusade.

-PACTECH - The premier and pinnacle technical college and institution in 2048, PACTECH has five campuses in five cities in five separate nations across the Pacific Rim - Vancouver, Berkeley, Lima, Osaka, and Melbourne, and is a huge giant of technological and scientific advancement and innovation.

-True and Free French Foreign Legion - Mostly French expatriates, and exiles from nations occupied by the new regime in Paris, many with a military or police background, this group seeks to advocate for other governments to take economic, diplomatic, political, and military action to end the new French dictatorship (which I detailed above).

-Order of the Red Star - A strange, insular, and disturbing, but strangely charismatic, well-funded, and well-connected apocalyptic cult that rose out of nowhere and has reputedly been behind several prophecies that seemed to bear honest fruit, this international religious group is under high suspicion and the subject of conspiracy theories by many, and hasn't (yet) been verifiably linked to a serious crime as an organization.

-Great Forum for the Breaking of the Walls of Tyrants and the Unity, Prosperity, and Community of All Humanity (also known by it's colloquial name of the "Flagbusters") - An international organization that believes that a majority of the problems, woes, and evils of the world can be traced to the very existence of separate sovereign nations with separate laws, customs, and identities, and who seek competitive and malign ends for each other, and that nationalism is one of the most evil philosophical schools in the modern world. They seek to force the abolition of all separate nations - politically, legally, and in identity, and create a global nation with no borders, no different laws in different places, one language, one currency, and one political system, outlawing political parties or blocs built around former national identities.

 

More are coming shortly, as is more information as a whole.

Looks good, I also second @NYrepublican's suggestion.

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15 minutes ago, Patine said:

@jvikings1 Did you happen to have a look at my last few posts on this?

I just did.  I like your ideas.  They do resemble things that would probably happen during a breakdown of the world order as we know it.

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Some ideas of what parties would be running in some of the national elections for the polities I've presented. The political parties present in the Lunar Assembly and Republic of California elections are listed and detailed in these two threads

 

respectively.

As for some others that have indeed been determined and detailed, some are as follows:

The United States (Rump Northeastern Nation):

-Progressive Party: An economically centre-left, socially liberal and civil rights, "futurist" (promotion of technology, science, and education with significant Federal funding to "invest in the future"), mildly interventionist in foreign and military affairs, rehabilitation-based law-and-order policy party.

-Social Democratic Party: Colloquially known as the "Sanders Party," as much of it's ideological basis is built on the foundations of the 2016 Presidential Campaign of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and his Congressional and Senate career previously and political activities afterward, though is very similar in nature and doctrine to a European social democratic party.

-New Republican Party: Colloquially known as the "Trump Party," as much of it's ideological basis is built on the foundations of the 2016 Presidential Campaign and following Administration of President Donald Trump, viewed as the ideal doctrine to build the branching of the old GOP in that area (merged with the Conservative/PC elements of Ontario and the former Canadian Maritime Provinces after their merger with the rump nation) once the Southern, Western, and Heartland regions, and areas like Alaska were no longer political components, and hard social conservativism, pure libertarians, and neoconservatism became far less viable as ideological foundations without those shorn parts of the country and their voter base.

*Please note that in this scenario, though Sanders and Trump are stated as ideological inspirations for two of the main rump U.S. parties, the two men, who would both be a little over 100 in 2048, are assumed to have either passed away in retirement or be in comfortable, cushy, and expensive intensive care homes, and not campaigning, endorsing, or even getting around much (or at all).

-Reformed Restoration Party: A reorganized, rebranded, and restyled party created from former members of the Restoration Party of the United States that existed from 2028-2041 (I'll get into the backstory at a later point, but I mentioned the party briefly in this thread.

-Green Party: the rump U.S. affiliate party of the Global Greens.

-Unified American Workers' Party: A fusion of the modern day Socialist, Social Labor, Socialist Equality, and Communist Parties of the United States in a unified far-left-wing workers' and anti-capitalist party.

-Black Tigers: A political evolution and union of the Black Panther Party, the Umoja Party of Washington, D.C., a brief revival of the Harold Washington Party of Chicago, and the Freedom Party of New York.

-Newfoundland and Labrador First Party and Acadian Bloc: Two regional interests/autonomist/secessionist in two separate parts of the former Canadian Maritime Provinces (Newfoundland and Labrador, and the other three, respectively, though the Acadian Bloc also claims Aroostook County of Maine and, though in the borders of a separate sovereign nation in 2048, the Gaspésie, Iles-de-la-Madeleine, and Anticosti Island in the Republic of Quebec, as parts of historical Acadia).

-Bunker Hill Party: Far-right wing, xenophobic, ultra-nationalist, anti-immigration, militia-affiliated small party.

-Tecumseh Pact: Iroquois people's rights and autonomist party.

 

Now I must sleep. More to come tomorrow. Any comments or constructive criticism is more than welcome.

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Christian States of America:

-Conservative Party: Classical social conservative, big business, old-school-traditional-Southern-view-of-Constitutional-rights, hard law-and-order for violent and property-based crimes, Evangelical-legislative-slant, regionalist (Western Hemisphere Teddy Roosevelt "America's backyard") military and political interventionist, selective free-trade party.

-Libertarian Party: Pure libertarianism: "night watchman" government, minimalist taxation, semi-allodial private property ownership, minimal-regulated business, extensive personal rights, non-interventionist, free-trade party.

-Essentialist Party: More overt Evangelist theocratic/theonymist party.

-Prosperity Party: Corporatist, plutocratic, minimalist government and taxation, free-trade, "prosperity gospel" party.

-Social Christian Party: Mostly former Southern liberal Democrats based around a revival of the late 19th/early 20th Century "social gospel" and "Christian socialism" labels to increase popular support.

-Actionist Party: Far-right wing, xenophobic, ultra-nationalist, anti-immigration, militia-affiliated party, notably bigger than the rump U.S. Bunker Hill Party.

-Patriot Party: Schism off the Actionist Party due to leadership differences.

-Moderate Party: Mostly former Blue Dog Democrats.

-Southern Liberal Party: Similar to the Social Christian Party, but without direct allusion to religion.

-Partido Libertad and Amerika Republic Parties: Racial minority rights and interests (Hispanic and African-American, respectively) parties.

-State level parties that mostly only run for election in their home State's elections and elections to their State's delegations to the CSA Congress, and otherwise only endorse specific candidates in Presidential elections, of which quite a few such parties exist.

Republic of Quebec:

-Parti National: Socially and fiscally centre-right party with moderate nationalist agenda, anti-immigration, and preservation-of-culture-and-language laws.

-Bloc Unitie: Socially and fiscally centre-left  with moderate nationalist agenda, anti-immigration, and preservation-of-culture-and-language laws.

-Parti Ouvier et Vert: A fusion of labour, socialist, and green elements into a single left-wing party.

-Action Quebecois: Far-right-wing reactionary, hypernationalist party.

-Real Choice Party: Anglophone rights and interests party.

-Indigenous Representative Party of Quebec <Name Officially in French, English, Iroquois, Objibwa, Wabanaki, Cree, and Inukitut>: Indigenous rights and interests party.

Nunavut:

-Traditionalist Bloc: Electoral bloc desiring to maintain Nunavut's culture and lifestyle as much as is possible in the modern day and age. Holds mild irredentist claims on Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Inuvialuit Settlement Region, and ethnic Inuit Alaska Native village corporations.

-Modernization Bloc: Electoral bloc aimed at modernizing further and more rapidly Nunavut's society, standard of living, and outlook.

-Social Bloc: Electoral bloc with socialistic ideals and creating an interlinked society of mutual and government support for all of it's citizen.

-Hunter's Bloc: Isolationist, ultra-nationalist, heavily irredentist on Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Inuvialuit Settlement Region, ethnic Inuit Alaska Native village corporations, and even, among some members, Aleut and Yupik islands and villages in Alaska and Chokotka Autonomous Okrug, and, for historical claims, even Iceland, and siege mentality electoral bloc.

*All Nunavut electoral blocs (as political parties don't OFFICIALLY exist on paper, as the non-partisan consensus electoral system in place in the current Legislative Assembly is still in place technically, but the blocs are more casual and open about it at this point) are strongly environmentalist in platform, given the part of the world they live in and the more obvious and rapid environmental effects that are apparent there.

More to come. Any comments or constructive criticism is, as always, more than welcome.

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26 minutes ago, Patine said:

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Christian States of America:

-Conservative Party: Classical social conservative, big business, old-school-traditional-Southern-view-of-Constitutional-rights, hard law-and-order for violent and property-based crimes, Evangelical-legislative-slant, regionalist (Western Hemisphere Teddy Roosevelt "America's backyard") military and political interventionist, selective free-trade party.

-Libertarian Party: Pure libertarianism: "night watchman" government, minimalist taxation, semi-allodial private property ownership, minimal-regulated business, extensive personal rights, non-interventionist, free-trade party.

-Essentialist Party: More overt Evangelist theocratic/theonymist party.

-Prosperity Party: Corporatist, plutocratic, minimalist government and taxation, free-trade, "prosperity gospel" party.

-Social Christian Party: Mostly former Southern liberal Democrats based around a revival of the late 19th/early 20th Century "social gospel" and "Christian socialism" labels to increase popular support.

-Actionist Party: Far-right wing, xenophobic, ultra-nationalist, anti-immigration, militia-affiliated party, notably bigger than the rump U.S. Bunker Hill Party.

-Patriot Party: Schism off the Actionist Party due to leadership differences.

-Moderate Party: Mostly former Blue Dog Democrats.

-Southern Liberal Party: Similar to the Social Christian Party, but without direct allusion to religion.

-Partido Libertad and Amerika Republic Parties: Racial minority rights and interests (Hispanic and African-American, respectively) parties.

-State level parties that mostly only run for election in their home State's elections and elections to their State's delegations to the CSA Congress, and otherwise only endorse specific candidates in Presidential elections, of which quite a few such parties exist.

Republic of Quebec:

-Parti National: Socially and fiscally centre-right party with moderate nationalist agenda, anti-immigration, and preservation-of-culture-and-language laws.

-Bloc Unitie: Socially and fiscally centre-left  with moderate nationalist agenda, anti-immigration, and preservation-of-culture-and-language laws.

-Parti Ouvier et Vert: A fusion of labour, socialist, and green elements into a single left-wing party.

-Action Quebecois: Far-right-wing reactionary, hypernationalist party.

-Real Choice Party: Anglophone rights and interests party.

-Indigenous Representative Party of Quebec <Name Officially in French, English, Iroquois, Objibwa, Wabanaki, Cree, and Inukitut): Indigenous rights and interests party.

Nunavut:

-Traditionalist Bloc: Electoral bloc desiring to maintain Nunavut's culture and lifestyle as much as is possible in the modern day and age. Holds mild irredentist claims on Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Inuvialuit Settlement Region, and ethnic Inuit Alaska Native village corporations.

-Modernization Bloc: Electoral bloc aimed at modernizing further and more rapidly Nunavut's society, standard of living, and outlook.

-Social Bloc: Electoral bloc with socialistic ideals and creating an interlinked society of mutual and government support for all of it's citizen.

-Hunter's Bloc: Isolationist, ultra-nationalist, heavily irredentist on Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Inuvialuit Settlement Region, ethnic Inuit Alaska Native village corporations, and even, among some members, Aleut and Yupik islands and villages in Alaska and Chokotka Autonomous Okrug, and, for historical claims, even Iceland, and siege mentality electoral bloc.

*All Nunavut electoral blocs (as political parties don't OFFICIALLY exist on paper, as the non-partisan consensus electoral system in place in the current Legislative Assembly is still in place technically, but the blocs are more casual and open about it at this point) are strongly environmentalist in platform, given the part of the world they live in and the more obvious and rapid environmental effects that are apparent there.

More to come. Any comments or constructive criticism is, as always, more than welcome.

That are a lot of interesting parties I think. Nicely done.

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3 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

That are a lot of interesting parties I think. Nicely done.

Thanks. I've applied a strong mix of knowledge of real and historical political parties around the world, and political ideological knowledge (and the evolution, mutation, and distortion thereof that is commonly seen) to extrapolate new political schemes. However, some countries will be harder than others to manage.

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