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  1. Home | Wurld | Salvia | Business | Politics | Church | Opinion | Tech | Entertainment l Sports  350 Years Ago, Today: President Saulius Celebrates Law That Changed Ethnic Relations in Salvia The original copy of the decree is preserved and on display in the National Museum of the Divine Imperium President Patrick Saulius visited the National Museum of the Divine Imperium in the southern town of Sedala to commemorate the 350 year anniversary of the signing of the Sedala Concord, which extended all rights and privileges of Salvian subjects to ethnically Marenai people and removed any and all laws that went against the decree. Signed by King Leo IV, the royal decree brought along the end of centuries long persecution and discrimination of the Marenai people in the territory of the empire. While Marenai people consisted of around 40% of the population of the nation, they were barred from positions of power, segregated into ghettos, and subject to harsher penalties than their Salvian counterparts. While it certainly did not completely end Salvian oppression of ethnic Marenai, the decree marked the beginning of Marenai acceptance on the mainland. Much of the deep seated hatred and despise of Marenai stemmed from cultural and religious differences with the Salvian ethnicity, which arose in the peninsula following the Great Aroman Migration in the 2nd century AD. Many of these anti-Marenai laws originated from the Second Imperium and were carried over to the medieval kingdoms of Salvia and, eventually, the Divine Imperium. Saulius, most of the cabinet, and several high ranking Concilio leaders attended the celebration, with Majority Leader Representative Michael Tuhoro, a Marenai himself, leading the ceremony and with Saulius himself giving a speech on the matter. During the speech, Saulius called for all Salvians to “wipe away the mistakes of our ancestors and welcome all people to Salvia.” The ceremony also included a public display of the original copy of the Sedala Concord, which has been preserved at the museum since its inception in 1819. Block parties and celebrations were also observed throughout the nation as Marenai and Salvian families came together to both celebrate the decree and remember those who suffered persecution. Areas with large Marenai minorities or majorities saw large cultural celebrations and parades. The celebration comes amidst heightened ethnic tensions in neighboring Alvernia, which was once a part of the empire and has since seemingly regressed as human rights groups have campaigned against the current administration for its treatment of its ethnic Marenai. While tensions remain high in the neighboring state, President Marzeni has evidently shifted tones in the last couple of months, going so far as to reverse his decision on the four teens who murdered a young Marenai boy in April and convicting them of first-degree murder.
  2. Necromancy indeed. You can tell it's old by the fact that @Sunset Sea Islands posted in it (I'm kidding SSI lub u plz cum back) I have no problems with what's there. Wonder if this would impact the Keelpijp - @Variota your thoughts?
  3. Home | Wurld | Salvia | Business | Politics | Church | Opinion | Tech | Entertainment l Sports Ministry of the Interior: Gaullo-Era Natalist Policies ‘A Huge Success' Amidst Concilio Renewal Vote Aquhate was interviewed by several reporters in a press conference Thursday Minister of the Interior Renato Aquhate discussed Gaullo-Era natalist policies with reporters in a press conference yesterday as questions were raised in the Concilio Populi as to whether to retain them or not. The policies, which include tax rebates for families with more than two children, further investment in childcare services and education, and paid maternity and paternity leave, have cost the Salvian government over a billion dollars since its introduction in 2002. The policies were first introduced by President Kahalo Gaullo in an effort to combat dropping fertility rates, which was in decline since the 70s as more women entered the workforce and economic decline meant younger couples were less confident in being able to afford becoming a family. The decline carried over into the 21st century and was one of the major problems of Gaullo’s administration, alongside domestic disputes and allegations of corruption. Economic success under Adajio and Saulius alongside these natalist policies has led to an increase in the fertility rate, from 1.7 children per woman in 2000 to 2.0 in 2010, with current estimates for 2020 being somewhere around 2.25 or 2.3. The apparent success of the policies has led to several representatives questioning the need for such policies, with a bill coming up to vote in the Concilio yesterday. After the vote, Aquhate came out to reporters and spoke on the policies, saying they were “a huge success” and would prove “incredibly beneficial to Salvia, as they already have been.” When questioned about the cost, Aquhate was quoted as saying, “We are in the midst of Salvia’s greatest economic expansion since the Industrial Revolution. We’re confident we can afford the money this has cost, not even counting the numerous benefits this gives us.” Aquhate even suggested further increasing investment in education and childcare services as a result of increased government revenue. The Concilio Populi voted to maintain the policies with a comfortable 171-43 in favor of keeping the policies, setting another 5 year goal for 2025. Analysis Mark Hana - NSBN economic correspondent Youth employment and participation rates seem to support Aquhate’s claims of benefits, with increases in both categories from previous years. Unemployment amongst youth in particular has seen great improvement, declining from 16.1% in 2010 to just 9.6% in July 2020. While this itself was not caused by these policies, the straight number of employed youth - around 1.6 million - is certainly larger than if the policies had not been in effect as the youth population has increased. An increase in employed youth means both more taxable money and increased consumer spending, paying back some of the expenses incurred by natalist policies. As these youth become older and find higher paying and more permanent jobs, it is hoped that the government will turn a sort of profit over the years while maintaining a healthy Salvian populace. It is also hoped that the increase in education will result in a more intelligent generation of engineers, scientists, and the like that could further propel Salvia towards success. While that is just speculation, as of 2020, the policies have so far accomplished the goals of President Gaullo.
  4. Varazzo tapped his mic as Mr. Wayanor finished, indicating he wished to speak. Being recognized by Minister Remmen, the doctor began, “I’d first like to point out that the presence of a military force - or organization, for that matter - in the Antargic runs counter to your wishes for ‘peaceful cooperation’, Mr. Wayanor. Salvia fully supports Minister Remmen’s position on the EOS and its position in the Antargic. I pose a question for you: would it not be both improper and inappropriate if Salvia and @Prymont instead approached the Antargic under TRIDENT? I certainly believe it would, and the EOS is no different. Certainly, then, @Orioni and all other signatories of the EOS should ditch the label and approach this treaty as we all are? I also take issue with your stance that the EOS should remain on this treaty on the basis that previous sessions have maintained that the organization’s presence is legal and recognized. The original councils obviously failed in enforcing its own treaty in ensuring the absence of any military powers, and the fact that this issue is just now being addressed speaks more to the failure of the treaty’s signatories rather than the legality of the EOS’s presence.” The doctor paused to take a sip of water before continuing, “On a off-handed note, Salvia also fully supports Minister Remmen’s plans on establishing a seed bank on the continent and would be willing to help create and maintain such a structure.” Varazzo indicated to the minister that he was finished speaking and turned his mic back off.
  5. Very interesting! I'd like to see how this colony interacts with Salvia/Eulycea. Also like to point out I plan on having colonies in the New Wurld during your "Monroe Doctrine" time, so we should figure out what's gonna happen with that
  6. Home | Wurld | Salvia | Business | Politics | Church | Opinion | Tech | Entertainment l Sports Pope Gregory XVII: 'Second Inquisition to Take Place' to Root Out Conspiracy and Corruption The pope announced the Church's plans in a speech Tuesday afternoon The pope of the Salvian Church, Pope Gregory XVII, announced plans to complete the investigations into corruption started by Cardinal Mark D'Angelo in November of last year. The pope has dubbed it as the “Second Inquisition” with “widespread efforts and a large amount of resources” required to fulfill his goals. The speech, given Tuesday to numerous members of the press and the Magnissimum Comitium Cardinalicium (MCC), intended to lay out the plans of the Church in tackling internal corruption and to make the process “as transparent as possible.” Strong-worded in certain areas, the pope took no time in acknowledging the “deep problem” of conspiracy and corruption in the Church, adding that he was “appalled and horrified” by some of the conduct he had witnessed as a cardinal. He went on to say that he was “further horrified by the extent this conspiracy had infiltrated the Church and how close it could’ve come to succeeding.” The investigations had previously been halted for the papal election that took place in March, but not before disenfranchising some 35 cardinals from voting in the papal election as they were under investigation. While the conspiracy investigations resumed in April, further investigation beyond the 35 cardinals were not taken as the MCC intended to “wait for His Holiness’ planning and decisions”, which the pope had been working on since his election. Besides the four priests, bishop, and three cardinals previously arrested, the MCC announced that 19 of the 35 cardinals had been fully investigated, with 13 being found guilty and receiving corporal punishment in the form of 15 years in jail. The 6 found innocent had any positions or duties they had fully restored and each of them fully accepted the papal election, per the Papal Dicastery for Communications. Gregory’s Tacolic counterpart, Pope Hilarius XIX, praised the plans put forth and stated publicly that he’d be willing to provide “any and all aid” needed to complete the investigation. Numerous independent groups, from watchdogs to Catholics, have reacted positively to the news, apparently holding on to the hope that Gregory is able to deliver on his promises and eradicate corruption and conspiracy within the Salvian Catholic Church.
  7. Magnissimum Comitium Cardinalicium Announces Partial Investigation Results The Magnissimum Comitium Cardinalicium has concluded some of its investigations on the 35 cardinals that were disenfranchised for the papal election. Of the thirty-five, nineteen cases have been concluded, with 13 being guilty of various degrees of corruption and conspiracy against the Church, operating within the bounds of the group originally uncovered as a result of investigations conducted in February 2019. Those found guilty have been defrocked and, after receiving permission from the Saulius executive, have recieved corporal punishment and are now sentenced to 15 years in prison. The 6 found innocent have had all privileges, duties, and positions restored, their names cleared of any misdeed. All six, despite being wrongfully denied the right to vote in the papal election, have accepted the results. His Holiness Pope Gregory XVII is to announce further plans to combat corruption and conspiracy later today. Written on this day, the Seventh of July, Year of Our Lord 2020
  8. June 6 | 1643 Hours Hilocani, Northeast Alvernia The most powerful man in Alvernia stood with his hands in his pockets in the middle of an intersection, eyes squinting as the sun beat down on the city. A cool breeze swept through, bringing a number of different objects and litter with it. Looking around in a circle, the Lunex observed looted stores with broken windows boarded up with rough planks, cars overturned, charred or burning, with concrete and transportable barriers acting as remnants of the violent riots. It brought tears to his eyes. Shameful. He could almost hear his father’s voice and instinctively flinched, but nothing followed. His wife came over from behind him and put a hand on his shoulder and squeezed it. “Relax your jaw, dear.” Marzeni became conscious of his clenching and relaxed it, a dull ache on his teeth setting in. The man sighed wearily before leaning into the woman’s embrace, silently sobbing as he continued to look over the wreckage. A shameful display of authority indeed, leading to disaster like this. * * * Sneaking up behind the house, the man knocked on the small window that was near the ground seven times in an asymmetric, odd rhythm. Knock knock. Knock. Knock. Knock knock knock. Looking through the window pane, the couple saw a man sitting in a plastic chair pull a cord above him, turning on a single dim bulb, a rifle in his other hand. He simply nodded at the couple in front of him and turned the lights back off, returning the basement to darkness before opening the window. The couple slipped themselves through, falling some 10 feet before landing on a mattress. Pitch black, they navigated their way with ease, having done this uncountable times before. Although curfew was just instated last week, they had been meeting in secret anyways. After all, the same few dozen people entering the same house several times a week and sometimes exiting with duffel bags and satchels would mark the house and anyone who enters it as incredibly suspicious. Especially if said people were also Marenai in a Salvian neighborhood. Making their way to the back room of the basement, the pair took great care in avoiding the numerous arms and explosives lining the hallway. Even though they were well packaged, homemade explosives were still homemade explosives - not to be trusted on that much. Opening a door at the end of the hallway, they entered a room in the very back of the basement, its windows blocked and another dim lightbulb on the ceiling the sole point of illumination. All it lit was a metal table, several chairs pushed aside to make room for the people - about six - working at it in an assembly line, crafting some sort of bomb. The pair greeted the workers before pulling up seats to the table, unpacking their bags filled with supplies. An older Marenai, possibly in his fifties or sixties, sat on the opposite side of them and spoke up. “Tamar, Aria.” The two looked up, still unpacking their bags without looking. “Yes?” “You missed this since we were separated, but Marco was arrested.” The man continued to focus on whatever he was tinkering with as he told the pair the news. “He got too close to them, man. We were telling him to-” he was cut off by the man guarding the window entering, shotgun in hand. Holding his pointer finger to his lips, he whispered, “THEY’RE OUTSIDE.” The group quickly and silently packed everything on the table and hid it in cardboard boxes scattered throughout the room. Grabbing guns, they all spread out, hiding, the pair positioning themselves to another window, this one closest to the forest behind the home. A moment passed. Several more then, before loud thuds and thundering footsteps announced the breaching of the house. Clutching the weapon tighter, Tamar gently pushed Aria away from him towards the wall. Risking a peep, he heard the footsteps come down the basement and ducked back down. A couple of people had made it out of the room and were somewhere else in the basement but most of the group was stuck in the room they were in. The group heard a muffled, “Freeze!” before a series of gunshots and screams echoed throughout the basement, then silence. Tamar squeezed his eyes before opening them and dragging Aria towards the window. Someone whispered, “Tamar what the f*ck are you doing?” “Getting the hell out of here, what do you think?” “What? There’s no way they don’t have the neighborhood surrounded!” “I’ll take my f*cking chances while I can.” Footsteps thudded louder as Tamar rotated the handle that slowly opened the window. Two more series of gunshots, then total silence. He counted 6 of them in this room, meaning the other three had slipped out. And were now dead. Shaking his head and squatting slightly, he cupped his hands, motioning the others towards him. “Well? Let’s go!” When they crept over, taking careful care not to hit anything on the ground, he whispered to them, “When you get out, run for the woods.” Tamar had boosted four of them out before he turned to the last man, who simply sat at a chair facing the door, a pistol on the table in front of him. He began to load it with a single bullet as Tamar just observed silently. “You coming?” The man at the table sat motionless, then replied, “No.” Cocking the pistol, he pointed it at one of the cardboard boxes to his left. “You need to go. Keep the mission, Tamar.” Tamar tried to protest, but all he could do was open his mouth and close it again. He nodded, tears rolling down his cheek, “I won’t let you down, tama*.” With that, Tamar hoisted himself up and out of the house. Aria was crouched by the window and reached to Tamar for help, who took it. “Is he-?” “Just go.” The two began to run as silently as they could and upon happening by a foxhole Tamar slid in it, grabbing Aria and bringing her down. He stared at the house and listened intently. The sounds could still be heard at the distance, some 250 feet away. The door banging open and the officer’s yell were faint, but the gunshot was unmistakable. As was the deafening explosion that followed. Tamar, on his stomach, pressed his head against the hard dirt before carefully standing and pulling Aria with him, away from the fire and sirens that now filled the air, tears streaming down his face. *Tama: Salvian-Marenai word for father * * * June 6th | 2133 Hours Deopolis, Salvia Bianchi slapped the paper down on the desk and jammed his forefinger on the paper. “Bingo. The proof you need.” Saulius slid his reading glasses on and picked up the paper, a conversion between the President of Alvernia and de Wohine, the latter being the person who had recorded the conversation and sent it to the Salvian intelligence agency. Bianchi had highlighted the most pertinent section: Saulius returned his gaze to Bianchi, arms crossed for a moment before he threw them up in a shrug. “I don’t know, Pat, seems to me like Marzeni plans on uniting the Salvians; more importantly, he wants to unite the Salvians at the expense of us.” Saulius took a breath in and pointed at Bianchi. “Alright, first off, don’t call me Pat. Second,” Saulius began motioning with his hand towards the paper in his hand, “this, this doesn’t tell us anything, alright?” “Oh cut the shit, it does too.” “Look, the point is that I’m still not convinced. And neither is my cabinet. We aren’t gonna budge until we’ve exhausted everything else.” Bianchi rolled his eyes and began to protest before being shushed by Saulius. “Gio, what the hell do you think is gonna happen if they’re able to link the deaths to us? McCoy was right, we’re in no position to pull this off.” The president sighed. “We’ll… keep this as a last resort. I don’t want to escalate anything - Marzeni’s done nothing in relation to us publicly.” Bianchi slightly shook his head, “That’ll change soon, I can guarantee it.” Saulius shrugged. “You’re dismissed, Gio. Get some sleep tonight.”
  9. Fort Beleturi 1650 Hours The entourage of diplomats, military officials, aides, and the media ambled throughout Fort Beleturi as the base commander, Colonel Harold Rino, showed them all around. Quick stops at troop housing facilities, hangers, runways, and the port proved satisfactory to the international visitors. Little questions here and there - rather simple ones, really - were asked occasionally and easily answered. Which just made the Salvian leaders even more nervous: shouldn't this be a bit... harder? "What do you mean by that?" The woman turned towards Martin. "I mean, I thought these guys would be shredding this guy right now." He motioned with his head towards the colonel, who was in the midst of showing off several Salvian infantrymen in the newest equipment possible. "But they might as well be asking where the loo is." The woman simply shrugged, "Saving face, maybe? Tough questions would make it look like there's no faith in Salvia. They probably already came here a few months ago for the actual questions." The colonel interrupted their musing, turning around to face the entourage. "And that concludes our tour of Fort Beleturi. Shall we head to Alexis Hall?" There were nods and muttering of affirmation as the colonel turned back around and led the whole group towards the numerous limos and cars that were ready to transport the whole group back to the capital. Alexis Hall 1715 Hours Despite the fact that the entire retinue had accompanied the diplomats and military officials to Alexis Hall, most of them had retired to their lodgings, leaving all the important people at Salvia's legislative building. Several Concilio members, chairmen of the Committee of Defense, met the group and escorted them to the Central Office, a room with a large, thick rectangular table that stretched across the entire room's width, plush armchairs seated around the whole table. The various officials sat down at their assigned seats while the more necessary aides who were still not quite as important shuffled around and stood in the corners. A plump, cheerful man, Defense Minister Vernon McCoy, was seated in the middle of the rectangle and looking at every single person with a large grin on his face, he began, "I hope your visit of our facilities proved satisfactory! I wish to extend an official welcome to you all and hope the heat is treating you all alright." He paused as he opened a folder that was set in front of each seat, which had a copy of the TRIDENT treaty. "So! Shall we?" @Andalla, @Gallambria, @Girkmand, @Iverica, @Prymont, Salvia, @Tagmatium Rules
  10. Just want to say this because we've all been piling on you: our suggestions are just that: suggestions. If Seylos doesn't mind you being on that island, than go ahead and be on that island (even if an Italian nation might be better somewhere else ). At the end of the day, O decides, so I recommend having multiple options to submit - not required, but you might be shot down.
  11. Being a colony of Cristina is good no one's against you on that front. Just seems to me it'd make sense for you to be nearer to Lim, who as I write this has now shown some signs of life on Discord. Do not take this to mean that we are saying you can't be there (although that's up to O and not some lowly mentor) but it's certainly something to think about. And if you've already thought about it and don't like those places and like the island you picked, then we've gotten to a point where we need O's almighty judgement, Y/N.
  12. While I previously had more comments, my post was made easier by a permanent @Limonaian exit. While certainly possible he comes back, I'll operate on the basis that you have on Discord and run without a Limonaian Oyus. Couple points with this. First off, "Pre-Salvia" in this context is a large time period, ranging from whenever human landed in Oyus (several thousand years ago) to the early modern period. I know you said this is a "general idea", but like O I just want to point out that this is something you should be thinking about - how is this "unified, ancient civilization" founded? Secondly, the name is a bit disingenuous since we've agreed already that Salvia has been trading with Oyus as early as 550 BC. While I recognize this trade/contact would be rather limited, there'd certainly be increased contact throughout the centuries (this isn't even really a point at all just wanted to point it out ) Third, when we last discussed in March, I had kind of envisioned Salvian exploitation as rather limited as firstly there'd already be Salvians, both traders and missionaries, before the late 1500s and secondly when we were discussing in Discord the language we both used was rather vague. However neither of these things result in limited exploitation, and I can be your bad guy if you want I'd certainly be willing to clarify anything and everything with you. I... disagree with this. Not really a different way to phrase this. Unless we're talking long term colonization and efforts of colonizers locating to Oyus, people would be largely Oyussard or the numerous Palu ethnicities - that's just geography at play. An island sees much more homogeneity than other nations. Unless there's a colonization movement. Which there very well could be! - your nation and history. Well, Lim's departure certainly shakes this up Considering geography, Palu ethnicites from @Metztlitlaca would certainly be present since very early Oyussard history and would probably intermingle with the Oyussard natives. I highly recommend further discussions with your Palu neighbors. The Huang, I find, are a long shot, with Fulgi's influence diminishing by the time it reaches Yeosan, which I'd probably place as the southern border of any Huang influence. Not saying there are no Huang or even no large minority, but you'd probably be looking at single digit percentages instead of your third largest ethnic group. Other than that, history could play out in a way that makes any of the following the next largest groups. If in fact there is a major colonizer movement/other major historical event, I'll eat (most of) my words - a white majority/large minority (depending on which you'd want) would certainly be probable, or Palus and Oyussards clash leading to limited migration between the two. But just by looking at the map, we can draw clear boundaries with what your ethnic groups/cultural influences are. Huang, Aurelians, and Marenai (from the westernmost Gallambrian islands) could very well be large, single-digit minorities (think slightly larger minorities than Asian-Americans), but geography severely limits any serious spread they could have, barring certain historical scenarios. But a serious look at history reveals geography oft rules. Agree with this a lot. From a very brief visit to Google Earth Pro, Oyus is roughly-probably-maybe-quitelikely-around 3 times the size of Taiwan. If I were you, I'd lean closer to 11 mil.
  13. Metz raises a couple good points. I’d also like to state that Italian culture doesn’t really... fit there. Seylos is Anglo-Celtic while Derthalen is German. The other Italian state (not on Europa) is Limonaia in northern Alharu, which to me makes more cultural sense. Western Argis and northern Alharu are largely Western European culturally. From the way you said it, Anglo-Saxon doesn’t seem too important for your nation. Correct me if I’m wrong though!
  14. An aide behind Varazzo tapped his shoulder and passed forward a slip of paper. Motioning himself to be acknowledged, he began, "Minister Remmen, before I go on with the rest of my statement, I wish to thank you for your welcoming position to Salvia's goals in Antargic. Moving on to the issue of zone management, the Salvian delegation has just one point to raise, that being that the 'boxiness' of the borders, which seem to ignore the geography of Antargis. Just from looking at this map, there seems to be an issue with borders cutting peninsulas off - zone 5 cuts off that peninsula from the rest of zone 6, the same happening with zone 7 and zone 6, and with zone 7 and zone 8. I recommend that we instead change it so that the peninsula is given to the zone that is cutting it off - for example, zone 5 should be granted the whole peninsula that juts into zone 6. I also must ask, since the boxes of this map do not adequately show, how far each zone extends into the ocean. That is all." The doctor sat back down and waited for the Prymontian response.
  15. A compilation of all wiki articles related to Salvia. Most are incomplete or not created yet but will be sometime in the future. Salvia History Establishments Friulian Kingdom (predecessor kingdom, 11th-7th century BC) First Salvian Imperium (greatest Salvian empire pre-modern era, 7th century BC-2nd century AD) Second Salvian Imperium (first Salvian Christian empire, 3rd-7th century) Third Salvian Imperium (short-lived pagan empire, 7th century) Medieval kingdoms: Kingdom of Alvernia, Republic of Demetae, Kingdom of Lavitta, Confederation of Rassena Divine Imperium (monarchical rule, 13th-18th century) Dynasties Gaullis Del Monte United Provinces of Salvia (revolutionary government that overthrew monarch, 1706-1709) Events Great Aroman Migration Crusades Lycean (Eulycea) Metzli (Metz, duh) Yellow Empire (Fulgistan) Coronation of Joseph I - marks creation of Sanctum Salvae Imperium Catholicum Magnaere Progresient - Salvian Renaissance Trinity Massacre - sparked People's War People's War People St. Liosous, missionary and saint who brought Christianity to Marenesia King Joseph I, creator of the Sanctum Salvae Imperium Catholicum King Gaetno II, last king of the Gaullis dynasty Lord Flavio Burgellio, leader of the Alharun Crusade against the Yellow Empire, first del Monte king of Salvia Jacob Bern - leader of democratic movement, first president of the Divine Republic Leo Angelo - leader of democratic movement, second president of the Divine Republic Bergio Valla - notable lawyer and reformer, ninth president of the Divine Republic Geography Places Cities Deopolis Sedala Sicani Islands Straits of Sicani Politics Provinces Legislature Concilio Populi Concilio Clerici Executive President of Salvia Vice President of Salvia Parties TauPorista - "conservatives", center-right Ductaha - "progressives", center Economy People Religion Salvian Catholicism Catholic Church Demographics Population Ethnic groups Culture Public holidays Art Cinema Cuisine Cultural icons Identity Literature Media Music Sport Symbols Theatre
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