WA Delegate: The Chief Executive Officer of Imkiville (elected )
Last WA Update:
Regional Power: Extremely High
Today's World Census Report
The Largest Populations in Lazarus
The following nations have the greatest number of citizens.
As a region, Lazarus is ranked 9,889th in the world for Largest Populations.
|1.||The Principality of Wintermute||Iron Fist Consumerists||“What's essential is invisible to the eye.”|
|2.||The Chicken Factory of Bucketheadland||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Hold your breath, make a wish, count to three.”|
|3.||The Empire of Pullenstein||Democratic Socialists||“Death before dishonour!”|
|4.||The Empire of Lazy network admins||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“$ uptime”|
|5.||The Fiefdom of Vidare||Compulsory Consumerist State||“I Always Knew the President Wanted to Kill Us”|
|6.||The Zone Green Dominion of Chronotopia||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Tempus Fortuna Manus”|
|7.||The Yoke of Serious Problems||Left-wing Utopia||“Why me?”|
|8.||The Distant Shadow of Kuskalherria||Corrupt Dictatorship||“Memento Mori”|
|9.||The Meritocracy of Rational Self Interest||Anarchy||“One for One and All for All”|
|10.||The Giant Murdercats of The Atheists Reality||Civil Rights Lovefest||“War makes thieves; peace hangs them”|
- : The Free Land of The Eurasian United Front was refounded.
- : The Republic of Anarchy lard departed this region for Chicken overlords.
- : The Republic of Anarchy lard was refounded.
- : The Free Land of I privatize everything departed this region for Chicken overlords.
- : The Free Land of I privatize everything was refounded.
- : The 85 State of Chicagolandia was refounded.
- : The Empire of Parasoniaordia departed this region for The Paradon Peninsula.
- : The Holy Empire of Tarcopia was refounded.
- : The Grand Federation of Warmond was refounded.
- : The Community of Rucacia was refounded.
Lazarus Regional Message Board
Welp, I guess I have to make a new flag
Also wait for the right issues. Many of them make it extremely clear that some of their options are about subsidizing.
I voted for it on my WA nation. Bachtendekuppen is a deserving candidate.
My main problem with this strategy seems to be that I avoid anything that even vaguely smells like increasing corruption like a plague. This seems contrary to improving the economy through subsidies (or any other way?)
It is a cold day in Treadwellia, one when the capital of Piggy Cliff is covered in snow and ice. The Tubbius family doesn't seem to mind the weather, of course, being very well insulated against it, but it did mean that the mall in town was closed, so children did not get to visit Santa today. To make up for this sad fact, His Immensity is talking personally to children over the TubbNet through video calls, merrily mmphing to them while wearing The Suit in His office. No notes need to be taken; His Rotundity knows precisely what every child wants delivered this year well before he or she makes the request, and, to be honest, He has long since had the Elves getting everything ready.
They did have to pause a little in production, though, the other day, when they discovered that His Corpulence, in putting on a bit over two hundred pounds this year, had outgrown His amply cushioned seat in The Sleigh. That had to be fixed, and that fixing meant widening the sled significantly!
You'll have to pick the lesser of the two evils. Many times, the option that increases your economy also increases a particular industry, which may or may not lead to an increase in corruption as well. Like everything else, the sweet spot is in the middle ground.
If you try to squish every little bit of corruption, you'll have to regulate and spend so much in policing everything that your productivity WILL suffer as a result. If you leave businesses a completely unregulated playing field, corruption WILL be so rampant that there will be no profit to be had (except for the uber rich).
Walk between the two extremes, reject the most obvious cases of corruption and pick the seemingly harmless ones and your economy will flourish while keeping those corrupts in check.