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From a foreigner History Book:


The People's Republic of Red Iberic Workers is a young country in the tropical and hot territory called New Iberia by their discoverers. People could think that they were official emissaries of their Majesty, but not, they were a bunch of dirty Latin renegades and pirates who built a port and a very small village in the most serene and veiled bay of the discovered territory for attacking ships to loot and taking back. This was the beginning of the nation.


Gradually, the territory (it wasn't a nation in the nowadays sense) was being known by other renegades, smugglers, etc. and the port and village was growing... And the first women to make families? They came from looting or they are prostitutes but there were pirates too.


With the first families induced some officially and sense of nation. The families induced the population to settle in the coast of New Iberia and the most rich and powerful of the pirates, Nacho the Black Bearded, imposed to the rest (more or less peacefully) and became the first ruler of the white sand coast, he claimed the coastal territories... He was a bizarre ruler, married with an initially kidnapped woman from the Royalty and he named the capital city: Puerto Naxos and founded the nation: Nueva Iberia (New Iberia), the October 11th 1577 in a big ceremony.


- Begins The Pre-romantic period.


Slowly and with the foundation, it was growing the rungs and the territories of the Nation... The old captain pirates were forgetting their old looting traditions and became the ruler rung. The migrants or the bottom rung of old pirate's crew ships became peasants, miners, fishers and settlers of the new society. The settlers colonised the hinterland and his jungles and they founded on 1621 the second important city, Cuenca.


The political organization was republican, and who has to rule the nation wasn't to be marked by the inheritance, the ruler had to be chosen and there was a House of The Ancients (Casa de los Antiguos) that did it but the ruler would govern the nation till his death. The House was composed by the most powerful and old family members of nation, so the Ancients were based in inheritance instead.


And why was named 'romantic'? This name was created by the Historians because population of New Iberia had its roots in the misfit, revolutionary, passionate and bohemian (in some way) attribute of the pirates and these attributes were glorified by Romanticism in the XIX C.


On 1627 ruler Agustin adopted the Catholic Christian as national religion. And on 1628 arrived the first Bishop and the clergy. The Bishop, Petrus I, and some representatives entering in the same year in The House of Ancients


- The Classic-Romantic period.


Historians fixed the start of this period with the government of Naxos G?ngora, named the ?Artist Ruler?, on 1652 with him started the most important age of the nation called too ?The Golden Age of Art?. G?ngora was interested in all arts: Literature, Pictures, Architecture, etc. and he became a big patron of important foreigner artists (writers, painters, sculptors, poets) that fixed their residence in New Iberia. In addition, trade and commerce grew up selling goods like gold, rum and exotica fruits.


It was born the architectural style called ?iberic? (or ?classic romantic? called by the Historians), similar to baroque, and it was built very important icons like the Naxos? Castle and their Palace at the top of the mountain (The ?Calella? Mountain) that domains the bay, the Cathedral, The Round Market and the House of Ancients was rebuilt in the new style.


On 1660 was founded the first University, Arts.


Trade and peace provoked the awakening of a commerce class, the bourgeois.


- The Declined Romantic Period, The Empire period, The nationalist-fascist period.


On 1787 Luis G?ngora, named ?The Last?, died and with him the ?artist?s dynasty? was ended. The Clergy, in the past, was introducing more and more representatives in the House of Ancient, they weren?t majority but the have a very good position to pact with another civil representatives that shared his ideas. The Clergy always had a difficult relationship with the Gongora Dinasty (Building the beautiful Cathedral of Puerto-Naxos wasn?t enough and The Clergy accused the rulers to have become licentious.) With the death of Luis, the Clergy understood that they had a good opportunity to rule the nation and it did...


The bishop treated with an heir of an ancient family of the House known by his closed-mind, religious and superstitious ideas, Franco, named ?The Admiral?. With all the treaty votes he became the Ruler on 1788. Church did for him the ?propaganda? and Franco gave to the Catholic Church the ?funds?. Catholic Religion was imposed, (for example, it was compulsory to go to religious celebrations or ceremonies), the indigenous people of the hinterland were forced to work in the farms, etc. The economical organization of the new Dynasty treated to favour the old rich families, giving them trade contracts or goods monopolies. The Representatives were forgetting their political obligations and finally by the I Iberic Constitution (1827, Franco III) the House of Ancients was closed. In 1830 Franco III proclaimed himself as Emperor.


The people that supported the Dynasty were called himself: nationalists or fascists. In 1839 they founded the first political association, The ?Falange?, born to support the Dynasty and his ideas.


The Industrial Revolution arrived too much late at New Iberia (in the years 40, in the XIX C.) and based on ?green? monopolies (big plantings - tobacco factories.) The bourgeois starting to control some production?s areas (textile.) The social equality was non-existent and it favoured the entering of the first socialist ideas to the lower classes or rungs.


On 1855 an enormous strike workers and indigenous was cracked down violently. The regime knew that with time it couldn?t control the strikes, the regime was on danger.

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- The Liberal Period, the Neo-Romantic Period.


Franco IV ?The Sharp? knew that the nation was near the Civil War and with it the end of the Corrupt Regime so he made a secret treaty with the bourgeois rung, The Liberals. He would give them the power in exchange of respecting the guidelines of Catholic Church and the Dynasty. The Liberals accepted the proposal and the old families and the Church moved to the darkness, apparently far from power but controlling the important decisions.


On 1868 Franco IV abdicated ?guarantying the peace of our glorious and sacred nation?, in the same year The Liberals arrived to the power and on 1869 it was proclaimed The II Iberic Constitution. Liberals adopted a democratic appearance and they gave some rights for workers and indigenous people. On 1870 was founded the Liberal Party and the Conservative Party. The Economy started to grow.


On 1898 the city of Valence was founded (the nowadays second city in importance), in the north, in the region called Levante, it was planned in the architectural modernist style. The Culture was awakening.


Although this was a peaceful and growing period, The Dynasty supervised the Liberal?s labour all time, the democratic organization was only a ?make up? (the trade unions, for example, were forbidden).


- The Revolution.


Many workers knew the real state of the nation (they called the old families ?the vampires?), but they hadn?t enough capacity or Charisma to organise themselves.


Then, when the hopes of the real socialist were dying, arrived The Revolutionary Guide and Comrade. A foreigner, a woman, an artist, a post-modern painter, named Mar?a Gallach. Her incredible Charisma was enough to organise the workers in their clandestine meetings and she maintains an important relationship (some historian tells that was a platonic relation) with a renegade old family member, the young artist, Carlos G?ngora, a rich heir but with sacred socialist convictions that supported with his money the Revolution. The workers started to organise in armed groups.


On October 1931 the worker?s armed groups took the streets and marching to the Castle. With this strike started the I civil war (1931-1934.) On 1934 the workers pushed out the last nationalist resistance in the north, in the city of Valence.


The majority of the Dynasty and Liberal elements were in exile, but some elements was hidden in New Iberia.


- The Iberic Republics Socialists Soviets Union, The Red Terror.


The Nation became a Federation of territories (Puerto-Naxos, Levante, Castilla ? Tierra Comunera, Red Catalonia.) In the beginning, communism was peaceful, with some libertarian and troskist elements in power. Carlos G?ngora was the General Secretary of the Communist Party and Mar?a Gallach his personal assistant. On 1936 was proclaimed The III Sovietic Constitution.


But on 1944 Mar?a Gallach died by a long illness. This fact, tell the historians, provoked the madness of the General Secretary, Carlos G?ngora. He isolated himself in the Castle and Palace. He ordered the construction of the colossal golden statue of Maria Gallach (58 mts) in the workers town. The Communist Party forbid any religion manifestation (many churches were burnt), the private property was all forbidden, ordered the executions of many contra-revolutionary or suspected elements, ordered the surveillance of artists by the People?s Red Police, the re-education camps? So with the death of the Guide began the Red Terror Period.


- The ?Perestroika?, The Neo-Liberal Period.


With the dead of Secretary General on 1977 the red regime was opening himself, slowly. This fact provoked that the hidden and survivor elements of the Dynasty and Church started to show and control, gradually, some power spheres.


On 1992 Suarez, a hidden liberal, became the General Secretary of the URSSI and with him the Perestroika. The Private property was admitted and the Constitution changed. Many nationalist arrived from exile. On 1994 The Union was dissolved and New Iberia reborn. The Globalization landed. Patty Das, the Iron Fist, The Iron Woman, became President on 1999.


Many laboral rights were lost, the laboral flexibility strangled and poorer the worker?s class. Das wasn?t fast in their decisions and Workers reorganised.


- The neo-socialist Revolution, People?s Republic of Red Iberic Workers.


On September 2001 started the II Civil War (2001-2002). Other time neo-liberals and dynastic elements was expulsed to exile. However, now the workers didn?t wanted to fall in the same mistakes like the URSSI and they reinvented the socialism in an iberic way, Rose Amoros was the revolutionary guide that started the reformations.


The IV Socialist People?s Republic Constitution was proclaimed on 2003. All the political parties was forbidden (including the communist party.) The democracy was direct, the people, the workers, had to vote their own laws and the factories was self organised. The environmental politics was very important. Drugs were legalised. It was founded the Liberation Theological Church.


The 10th February 2004 was elected the first General Secretary of Nation, Rose Amoros.


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LONELY PLANET, PILOT GUIDES by Ian Wright (Original script.)


The People?s Republic of Red Iberic Workers.


?Sun, beaches, the highest palms, deep blue sea, reef barrier is the typical essentials of the People?s Republic of Red Iberic Workers, but there is a world to see in this country, there are big jungles, important national parks, there are funny national and regional celebrations and above everything else, nice and pleasant people?Enjoy!?


?In my travel across this socialist republic we are starting at the capital city, Puerto Naxos, then we will move towards the Brave Coast region in the north then we will go to west, to Castilla - Tierra Comunera Region, and his most important city , Cuenca, and finally we will go to north, to the region of Levante, and we will visit the second important city of the Republic, Valence.?


Puerto Naxos:


The Capital City was founded in a bay, down the biggest mountain of Sierra Brava (Brave Mountains), The Calella Mountain, 2357 mts, in front of the city it extends the blue sea closed by a Gulf (The Gulf of Iberia) that has his origin in a big reef barrier that rounds the territory.


- Pirate?s Town:


Pirate?s Town was the first settlement of the Iberics, is an area plenty of white houses, built in stone and red and orange tiles and fully coloured windows, there are a lot of little streets and alleys and you can smell the fragrance of pleasant restaurants. The roads have the original cobbled streets and it maintains a lot of signals of ancient pirates:


For example, the Old Port have fortified stone docks, you can visit his principal fortification with maybe one hundred old cannons and his small defence towers. Here is the (Hotel Oveja Negra) Black Sheep Hotel, a reconstructed ship lashed to the old dock, with his fish and seafood restaurant. From here if you go to north you will be in the ?Malecon? (the seafront).


In the south there is the ?Arenas de Calella? (Calella Sands) the beach of the town and his white stone houses. This beach is perfect white sand. Here you can hire some diving equipment or going to restaurants and bars. From Here if you go to the south you will be in the ?Modernist Town?.


- Old Town, Romantic Town:


Coming out the Pirate?s Town going to Calella Mountain you enter in the Romantic Town. This area was built in the XVII-XVIII C. and here were the principal official buildings of the City. For example from any point you can see the Naxos? Castle and his Palace or the Marble Tower. They were built near the top the Calella Mountain (the point is 1757 meters) but you have another sightseeing buildings in the flanks of the mountain like the Minister House?s but let?s go to see the most important:


The Naxos? Castle is a big black marble, sandstone and alabaster building and his annex, the Palace. From them you can domain with your eyes all the Old Town, Pirate?s Town and the sea. The Castle is a red sandstone fortification, with battlements, and six round towers (12 meters each) and rectangular planned inside there is the stone courtyard. The Palace is also rectangular planned and is plenty of romantic columns. Now these buildings are dedicated to Historical Museums but too for state or public conferences.


The House of Ancients is now the Parliament, is a rounded building settled in the mountain too (it was built at 557 meters.) It remembers a roman circus with his statues and his classical columns rounding the building.


The Round Market is a big market where you can buy almost all. It?s famous by his enormous red canvas sunshade that covers the roof in the sunny days for refreshing, with an old mechanical non-electric system.


- University Town


Education is one of the most important investments of the Republic. If you enter the town you?ll breathe young life, with a lot of bars and residences. The most important university college are: Arts, Cinema and Laws. In the Cinema University College there is a big Cinema Studio, The National Studios.


- Workers Town


In the rear of the mountain but near the top it extends a big town called the workers town, or the socialist town. It?s based in a fully coloured building-brick style, with long avenues, big socialist murals and big realism-socialist sculptures.


The most important is the Golden Statue of Guide Revolution (58 mts) settled near the top of the mountain that it starts the Workers Avenue.


- Modernist Town


The modernist town was planned in the XIX-XX C. is very similar in many aspects to the city of Valence because the Architect was the same, Paulus Gaud?. You can see Colon?s market with his modernist mural or the Railway station.


- Malecon (The seafront)


If you go to north towards the Brave Coast Region you will pass the Malecon, this seafront is made of big quadrangular stones and lined by enormous palms. Something typical to see is the young fishers and the pretty girls walking.


- South Region.


The south region called Naxeria is marked by his tropical and lonely beaches, with palm forests and paradise for diving and discovering old sunk galleons. It?s marked by his ?Coral Reef National Park?.


Brave Coast:


The Brave Coast is in the northwest region. It?s near the sea. His beaches are smaller than Puerto Naxos region, because his coast is a rough terrain, with many rocky cliffs resulting from the Mountains of Sierra Brava, very near to the sea. There are a lot of pine forests and the climate is a bit colder than Puerto Naxos. The most important cities of this region are Calella, Palafrugell, Pal, etc. The official language of the region is the ?mixed Catalonian?. There is the ?Brave Coast National Park?.


Castilla ? Tierra Comunera.


It?s in the hinterland of the territory and it hasn?t sea. It?s known by his jungles and the Mountains called ?Serrania de Cuenca?. The capital city of the region is Cuenca, a XVII C. City, settled in front of the country?s highest mountain, the Iberia (during the Romantic and neo-liberal periods called God?s Sacred Hearth) within 3.586 mts. Cuenca was built in an old romatic-gothic style, between two rivers, J?car and Hu?car, and it?s pretty to see his natural fortification, his gothic Cathedral and his very original houses with his foundations fixed in the same rocks of the mountain. Cuenca is famous by his cookery specialities based on castellan traditions and by his celebrations like the famous drunk procession. In addition, there are one National Park, ?El Hosquillo? with his giant bears, and two big health resorts of medicinal water: ?Solan de Cabras? and ?Lagunas de Ca?ada? (the last with eight lakes of groundwater rounded by the jungles.)




In the north, this region is a founded new territory. His capital, Valence, is now the second important city with an important industry in Information Technology. The city was planned in the XIX C., typical modernist, with his quadrangular blocks and his bourgeois influence is perceptible in all his streets. It?s said that many liberals and dynastic followers are hidden here. It has an important agriculture sector (fruits like oranges.)


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The Golden Statue of Guide Revolution, Puerto Naxos.

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Official Name: The People?s Republic of Red Iberic Workers.


Capital City: Puerto Naxos.


Gobernment Style: New People?s Socialism Democracy.


Number of Legislative Branches:: One, the People?s Parliament.


Federalist or Unitary: Federalist.


Provincies/Territories:: 5: Puerto Naxos FD, Naxeria, Castilla - Tierra Comunera, Brave Coast (before Red Catalonia) and Levante.


Head of State: Rose Amoros (Nation?s General Secretary.)


Head of Government: The same, Rose Amoros (Nation?s General Secretary.)


Official Languages: Castellan (spanish), mixed catalonian (in Brave Coast and Levante), Ga?anaco (in their communities.)


Official Religion: None.


Population: 16 million.


Ethnic Composition: Castellans (60%), valencians (15%), ga?anes (indigenous, 10%), catalonians (10%), maghribians (2%), others (5%)


Separation of Powers: Yes, according the Socialist People?s Republic Constitution there are 4 powers: administrative, judicial, legislative and auditor.

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National Wonder(s)


Name: The City of Puerto Naxos


Place Constructed: In front of the Gulf of Iberia and his bay. It?s the capital city of People?s Republic of Red Iberic Workers. If we take the Calella Mountain as the centre, at east we have the Old Town, The Pirate Town and the bay, at west, the Workers? Town, at South, The University Town and Modernist (Art Nouveau) Town and at North the ?Malecon?, boardwalk or promenade seafront.


Existed: On 1520, when the first corsairs and pirates arrived and settled the first houses and docks in the bay.


History: (See also Past and Future Times) The City of Puerto Naxos has changed continuously with nation?s History. With each period or age a district (Town) grew in the City, so:


- The October 11th 1577 the Pirates Town.

- XVII-XVIII Cs. (Classic Romantic Period) it was planned the Old Town.

- XIX C. (The Liberal Period) it was planned the Modernist (art nouveau) Town.

- XX C. (The Revolution, The URSSI Period) it was planned the Workers Town.


So the different historic-artistic trends and the different governments and his ideological tendencies influenced the City itself. For example, the Modernist Town was planned for housing the bourgeois rung with expensive constructions; much decorated and fully detailed art nouveau mosaics, sculptures, gates, facades, etc. The Workers Town was planned for housing the state factory employees, with functional brick-type building; realistic-socialist murals, big sculptures reflecting national revolution heroes or daily labour scenes, big avenues, etc.


Description: (See also Pilot Guide) the City is the best summary of the Nation, visiting it you can see a bit of each region or essence of the Republic. The best is visiting each district and the most important monuments:


- The Pirates Town is a labyrinth of stone made little houses, five floors is the highest house, colourful painted (specially white colour), red or orange tiles, blue wooden doors. His roads are cobbled. Here, there are a lot of typical restaurants and bars, always cooking fish or seafood in grill, a very typical dish is the grilled sardines. Here are the old docks, fortified, with a hundred cannons and the defence towers. The beach of this district is visited consequence of his quiet and calm ambient.


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(Typical Houses of the seafront)


- The Old Town extends from the Pirates Town to the top of the Calella Mountain. So it occupied a steep and narrowed valley, with big slopes and steep roads. Fortunately there are a lot of Public Transport to choose, new buses and the old and nice cable car and funiculars from the XIX C. (made in iron and modernist style.) This town is set by the Romantic style, an autochthonous style of baroque and colonial style; very colourful and overdone (for example, the old architects employed a lot of columns, statues, etc.) In the valley there are the old residential houses and when visitors are going up the Calella Mountain, the Official Houses appears. The most important examples are:


o The Round Market is a beautiful building, rounded floor and very similar to the Parliament (so to a Roman Circus too.) Here in his four floors and opened yard the visitors can buy almost all (fish, cookery, clothing, jewels, etc.), the essence is similar to a big bazaar. In summer, when the heat rises, an enormous red awning covers the opened top for refreshing inside.


o Higher, at 557 mts. above the sea level, visitors can find the Parliament (the old ?House of the Ancients?.) It was a rounded floor building, very similar to the Round Market and it remembers a roman circus. The top isn?t opened and there is a tiled roof. Each window is flanked by two big columns and on the windowsills there are sculptures that show the ancient founders of nation and important figures of the Classic Period dressed in classic style, with robes (The most important sculpture is Naxos the Black Bearded, in the entrance hall, but there are other important characters, like Petrus I, Naxos G?ngora, etc.)


o At 1757 mts above the sea level there are the most important icons of the Old Town, The Naxos? Castle and his Palace. It was the ruler?s residence for centuries. Now people can reach these impressive buildings easily by bus or by the old cable car. The weather and temperature is different in the Castle area than downwards, here, near the top the weather is cold in winter (it?s not too strange to see snow at the top) and cool on summer. The Castle and Palace was planned in a slope that extends near the top. The Castle was built in red sandstone and alabaster with six round towers. The Palace is a rectangular tiled building flanked by big classic columns and headed by a spectacular dome, the Palace contains a big garden with fountains and ponds. Here, in the gardens, visitors can see the ?cold palms? the only palm species that grows at this altitude.


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(Inside the Palace?s Garden)


- If visitors go round the mountain, at the rear of it, turning the back on the sea, they will see the colossal Golden Statue of Guide Revolution (58 mts), in the centre of The Fallen Memorial Park, planned in a big esplanade for remembering the fallen revolutionaries during the I Civil War (1931-1934.) The statue represents Mar?a Gallach, the personal assistant of General Secretary, Carlos G?ngora. Visitors can see the statue from any point of Workers Town. From here, The Workers? Avenue starts and crosses all the Workers? Town. Buildings here are the typical functional socialist style, grey during the URSSI and Red Terror Period, but now, with the Neo-Socialist Revolution, neighbours have painted the ?bricks-buildings? with bright colours (red, blue, orange, etc.) Here, there are modern official buildings too, like the Central Bank (or House of Auditors), built on 2004. Visitors can also contemplate old socialist murals and realistic-socialist sculptures (like ?No pasar?n?, or ?They won?t pass?, a group of five iron strong workers pushing against an invisible adversity.)


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(A typical mural)


- Going south from Worker?s Town, in the top of a hill, there is the University Town. This town is a mix between Old and Workers? Town. The first University was Arts (founded on 1660), but there are others, Laws and Architecture (1665), Medicine (1687), Biology (1751), etc. It emphasized the Cinema Faculty and their annex The National Studios, built on 1937. Here it mixed old student?s residences with URSSI student?s residences, bars and caf?s.


- Going to Southeast there is the Modernist (art nouveau) Town, planned during the Liberal Period in the XIX-XX Cs. It was planned in a big plain far away from the foothills of the high Calella Mountain. This town was directed for the rich, from factories activity, bourgeois rung, so it was hired the famous architect Paulus Gaud? who supervised the planning of this entire town in a modernist (art nouveau) style. It emphasized the mosaics showing costumbrist scenes (bourgeois going to caf?, workers at the Docks, etc.) and the Railway station (actually in use.)

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Puerto Naxos DF


The capital city of the Republic and his region. For more description see Past and Future Times and wonders of Europa. This city sum up the entire Republic and his History with important monuments and icons of the Republic.




This warm region is covered by jungles and rounded by the Byzantine Sea, it?s a calm region with long beaches covered by palms. There are two important cities but the are very different:


- Puerto Pollo: it is an ancient city built in a rock, his style is romantic (baroque, colonial with some autochthonous touches), beautiful, with the traditional white houses. It was an ancient pirate fortification with a provisoning harbor.


- Galagrad: It is a old-communist city. The old General Secreatry, Naxos Gongora, planned here a big communist city based in preservation, mining and manufacturing industries. He forced many citizens to work here. With the fall of the URSSI, many of their inhabitants leave it and the dunes invade the residential blocks. Fortunately, Galagrad is rounded by beauty and virgin nature and now their inhabitants are trying to promote tourism.


Costa Brava


Costa Brava, the old Red Catalonia, is populated by emigrant catalonians. This region is rocky, plenty of forests, cliffs and lonely creeks. In this region is emphasized Calella, a touristic town in the traditional romantic-style very near to the capital. Palafrugell an industrial city and Girona the capital city of the region.


Castilla-Tierra Comunera


This region is populated by castellans and indigenous, the ga?anacos, at Northwest. In the south we have closed jungles and in the north the forest are warmer. The capital city is Cuenca an ancient city in gothic and baroque style, is settled in the highest mountain of the Republic. Minglanilla is an industrial and passing city between Naxeria, Puerto Naxos DF and the North of Castilla-Tierra Comunera and Levante.

In this region is emphatized the water sources, with medicinal properties, like Lakes of Ca?ada and Solan in the center-north of the region.




This is and industrial region. Valence is an art nouveau city, with an important river harbor and an important Information Technology sector and other Industries.

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The People?s Army Ground Forces


The People?s Army Ground Forces is divided in five armies for each region, so:


- The I Army is in Puerto Naxos DF.

- The II Army is in Naxeria.

- The III Army is in Castilla-Tierra Comunera.

- The IV Army in Brave Coast.

- The V Army in Levante.


The equipment is formed by elements of the URSSI technology that are remodelated and modernized in some cases. The old URSSI spent large amounts of funds improving the Red Army, but with the People?s Republic the things have changed, they prefer to organize a specialist Army, modernizing the old equipment.


The military equipment adopt the nouns of different animals typical from the iberic fauna, these are the most important:


Tipo 73 ?Gal?pago?: Iberics called ?turtle? to this tank by his vaulted and rounded turret. It is the basis of the tank force of the People?s Army. The typical model has 100 mm rifled gun but there are improved models with 125 mm. It has air-defence machine gun and a coaxial machine gun, 203 mm armor and a speed of 50 km/h. The People?s Army has over 600 Tipo 73 tanks.


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Tipo 92 ?Toro?: The best and elite tank of Red Iberic Workers with a 125 mm cannon, two machine-guns (one coaxial, one air-defence) a crew of three and a speed of 65 km/h. The URSSI didn?t produced a lot of models but the liberals take the design and continue manufacturing it. The People?s Army has over 300 Tipo 92 tanks.


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Tipo 60 ?Salamandra?: This light tank was manufactured for recon and battle in mud or jungle terrain, his low weight allows it, his armor is 25 mm in hull and 50 mm in turret. It can be armed with reactive armor. It has three machine guns as secondary armament, a crew of four is necessary and his speed is 60 km/h. The People?s Army has over 300 ?Salamandra? tanks.


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Tipo 65 ?Ara?a? or Tipo 65B ?Sabueso?: This armoured vehicle is used to carry infantry (the Ara?a) or to recon purpose (Sabueso.) The Ara?a can carry over 13 passengers with a 14 mm armor, and a 12,7 mm machine gun. His speed is 65 km/h. The ?Sabueso? is a compact version for recon. It is calculated that the People?s Army have over 580 ?Ara?a? and over 350 ?Sabueso? vehicles.


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Tipo 70 ?Mast?n?. The Mast?n is a fighting infantry vehicle with a 100 mm cannon, a grenade launcher and a 30 mm autocannon with a 35 mm armor. It can carry 7 passengers. His speed is 65 km/h. The Army has over 1.050 ?Mastin?.


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MM 20 ?Aspid?. The MM 20 is a multiple rocket launcher vehicle, it can throws forty 120 mm rockets. It needs a five men (or women) crew and only three minutes for shooting, in twenty seconds can launch the forty rockets. The average range is 20.000 mts. It has a speed of 75 km/h. It is estimated the the People?s Army has over 150 MM 20.


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AM 25 ?Buey?. The AM 25 is a self-propelled artillery vehicle. It has a 152 mm cannon with a maximum range of 24 kms. It needs five military crew and a 60 km/h speed. The People?s Army has over 250 ?Buey? vehicles.


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TA 21 ?Escolopendra?. The AA 21 is a towed artillery gun of 125 mm. His range is 15.000 or 22.000 mts depending the projectile used. The Army has over 700 TA 21.


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AA 1 ?Lince?. The ?Lince? is a tracked anti-air vehicle combining gun and rocket. The engagement range is eight kms for missile and four kms for gun and the engagement altitude is 3500 mts for missile and 4000 mts for guns. It needs a crew of four and it has a speed of 65 km/h. It is calculated over 150 ?Lince? vehicles.


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SM 300 ?Buho?. The SM 300 is a long range surface toa ir missile system designed against aircraft and cruise missiles. The target detection range is 250 kms for all altitude. The normal configuration is that were charged with 133 kgs warhead missiles. His radar can track simultaneously 200 targets and the missiles can engage six targets. It has four launchers. It is calculated over 12 SM 300 in the People?s Army.


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The People?s Army Air Force


C 21 ?Gavil?n?. The SC 21 is the typical fighter of the People?s Army skies. The crew is only one pilot. The armament consists in two 30 mm guns, 2000 kg in bombs and 50 to 500 kgs in free-fall bombs. Its maximum speed is 2175 km/h and the service ceiling is 18.800 mts. The combat range is 850 km and the ferry range 2.200 kms. Its calculated that are over 310 C 21.


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SC 17 ??guila?. The best fighter of the People?s Army. The crew is one pilot. The armament consist in two 23 mm guns and 11 hard points, 3 under each wing and five under the fuselage. Its maximum speed is mach 2 and his maximum range is 2.940 kms. The service ceiling is 20.000 mts. It is calculated that are over 150 SC 17.


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CB 7 ?Halc?n?. This is the fighter bomber of the People?s Army. The crew are formed by two men, the pilot and the weapons operator. The payload is 4.500 kgs. The speed is Mach 1.69 (1808 km/h) and its radius is 1650 kms the ferry range is 3650 kms. The service ceiling is 15.500 mts. The armament consists in two 23 mms in twin barrel, air to air and anti-ship missiles, free-fall and laser guided bombs. It is calculated that are over 60 CB 7.


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Casa 76 ?Albatros?. The Albatros is a transport airplane with a capacity of 48.000 kgs and its maximum range is 4000 km/h. The crew is five men. its maximum speed is 900 km/h and the armament consists in two 23 mm guns in the base of the tail. It is calculated that are over 65 ?Albatros?.


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GB 6 ?Quebrantahuesos?. The GB 6 is a tactical bomber. Its crew is formed by four men. Its maximum speed is 1050 km/h. The range is 6000 kms and the combat radius is 1.800 km/h. The service ceiling is 12.800 mts. It has seven guns and four anti-ship missiles and 9.000 kgs of free-fall bombs. It is calculated to be over 10 GB 6.


HT 11 ?Lib?lula?. The ?Lib?lula? is a transport helicopter. Its can carry 32 passengers or 4000 kgs plus a crew of three men, two pilots and one engineer. Its maximum speed is 250 km/h with a range of 950 kms. The service ceiling is 6000 mts. The armament can consist in 1500 kgs capacity in bombs, missiles or gunpods. It is calculated to be over 100 HT 11.


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HA 28 ?Escorpi?n?. The attack helicopter. The crew are formed by two men, one pilot and one navigator and weapons operator. Its maximum speed is 300 km/h with a range of 1.100 km/h and a service ceiling of 5.800 mts. The armament is a 30 mm front gun with 220? horizontal fire and 2.300 kgs in four hardpoints including bombs, rockets, missiles and gunpods. It is estimated that are over 40 HA 28.


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The People?s Army Navy Force


Tipo 51 ?Jaquet?n?: The ?Jaquet?n? is a destroyer class with these specifications: 132 mts. length, a speed of 32 knotes, range of 2970 miles and a crew of 280. The armament consists in 16 anti-ship missiles, 8 surface to air missiles plus 16 spare of these missiles but they must be manually released, 2 twin barrel 130 mm guns dual purpose (anti-aircraft and for surface attack), 4 37 mm anti-aircraft guns, 2 anti-submarine multi-charges, 6 torpedoes, 38 naval mines. It has air-surface radar for missiles, early warning 100 km range radar, small-class radars for guns and sonar. The Navy has 8 in service.


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Tipo 53 ?Delf?n?: The multipurpose guided-missile frigate has these characteristics: displacement of 2.000 tons, length 110 mts, speed of 26 knots and a crew of 180. The armament consists in 6 anti-ship missiles or 6 missiles for shore bombardment, 2 100 mm gun, 4 dual 37 mm anti-air guns, 2 torpedoes and 2 depth charges. It has air-surface radar for missiles, early warning 100 km range radar, small-class radars for guns and sonar. The Army has 10 in service.


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Tipo 50 ?Barracuda?: The Barracuda is the Corvette Class from the People?s Army Navy with these characteristics: displacement of 560 tons and 660 tons full load, length 59 mts, speed of 32 knots, range of 2.500 nm at 12 knots and 900 nm at 30 knots, crew of 60. The armament consists in 6 cruise medium range missiles, 1 anti-air missile, 2 57 mm guns ad 1 30 mm gun. The Army has 14 in service.


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Tipo 39 ?Raya? Class. The Tipo 39 is the People?s Army typical submarine with these characteristics: it is a diesel-electric class, with a displacement of 2250 tons sumerged, length 75 mts, speed of 22 knots and depth of 300 mts, the crew is 60 and range is 7.500 miles. The armament consists in 6 torpedo tubes with 18 torpedoes and anti-ship missiles or 35 naval mines. It has a low and high frequency sonar. The Navy has 6 in service.


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Tipo 62 ?Vela? Class Gunboat and Tipo 63 ?Cormor?n? Submarine Chaser. The Tipo 62 is a gunboat with these characteristics: displacement of 135 tons, length of 39 mts, speed of 29 knots, range of 750 nm at 16 knots, one navigational radar, crew of 36, the armament consists in: 4 37 mm guns (twin-linked), 4 25 mm guns (twin-linked), 1 81 mm recoilless gun and 8 depth charges. Employing the Tipo 62 design the People?s Army manufactured a submarine chaser, the ?Cormoran? with these specifications: displacement of 200 tons, length of 45 mts, speed of 28 knots, range of 1.000 nm at 15 knots, crew of 40, sonar and the armament consists in 4 37 mm guns, 2 6-tubed launcher anti-submarine mortars and 2 depth charges. The Navy has 31 ?Vela? and 10 ?Cormor?n?.


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Tipo 72 ?Manat??. The Tipo 72 is a landing ship with these specifications: 120 mts length, speed of 18 knots and a capacity of 200 troops or 5 tanks or 10 vehicles or 450 tons cargo. The Navy has 7 ?Manat??


Tipo 67 ?Laud?. The ?Laud? is a landing mechanized craft with these specifications: length 25 mts, speed of 11,5 knots, range of 450 nm, armament of two 14.5 mm heavy machine guns and a lift capacity of 150 troops. The Navy has 50 ?Laud?.


?Rorcual? Class. This class is designed for troop transport with these specifications: displacement of 2.150 tons, length 86 mts, speed 16 knots, range of 3.000 nm, crew of 59, armament of 4 dual 14.5 mm anti-air guns capacity of 400 troops or 350 tons cargo. The Navy has 4 ?Rorcual?.


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Republican Guard is the elite force of the People?s Republic of Red Iberic Workers.


Formed on 1951 by the express order of General Secretary of the URSSI, Carlos G?ngora, looking for the internal and outer security of the omnipresent communist State. Owe their name to opposite of Dynastic Guards, created in the XIX Century by Franco III to protect the dynastic families as personal guards.


During URSSI period Republican Guards were known by his brutal methods, normally under the direction of the Home Office General Secretariat, looking for and destoying any reactionary or counterrevolutinary person, attacks or suspicion.


So its organization it is divided in two branches: Defence and Home Office, and this division is remaining today. Rumours said that today, inside the Republican Guards there are orthodox communist elements inside. Its command base is in Puerto Naxos.


The like to wear black or dark uniforms (the gala uniform is black with red touches.) The helmet is black with his symbol: a red star flanked with two golden ears of wheat. They used to change the dark uniform with a camouflage dress when circumstances require.


The entry to this special force is voluntary, from the regular army or by civilian application. Inside the training is very hard, under extreme conditions, the candidates have to pass several endurance tests: in the jungle (passing time without arms exposed to the open air), in mountain (climbing without ropes) and in the sea (diving, swimming, etc), all with under supervision of rude sergeants. If candidates pass all tests they become a professional soldier, serving in Defence or Home Office (including counter-terrorist exercises and urban guerrilla.)


They are known also by his bad and threatening attitude, and they used to see the other army forces as imperfect soldiers.


In the Defence Command they are equipped with the best weapons and vehicles that the People?s Republic can offer, like "Mastin" or "Ara?a". The standard rifle is:


CETME - Republican Guard.


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Caliber (mm): 5,45 x 39

Principle: gas engine

Range (m): 3150/1350

Lenght (mm): 943/728

Weight (gr): 3,340

Barrel: 4 grooves

Barrel lenght (mm): 405

Cycl. rate of fire (rds/m): 600

Muzzle velocity (m/s): 900

Cartrige chamber vol.(cm3): 1.56

Magazine capacity (rds): 30



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A Home Office Republican Guard in action.


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A brief introduction to the iberic way of life:




The Vitalism as we know, it is not a religion, instead and strictly speaking it is a way of life compatible and related to socialism. As a way of life its development is anarchic with a lot of interpretations but its base is clear: ?The Multicoloured Book? written by the Revolution Guide, Mar?a Gallach, on 1936. These are their basis (very summarized):




The Multicoloured Book stated that god does not exist but if god exists it is irrelevant to the mankind because god has not any interference in human life and its relation, like the universe and our nature, the life and our environment is chaotic and there is not sign of god interferences. So we do not have to worry about their existence, it is a waste of time and a dangerous and effective weapon to oppress the person by the powerful. "Forget god, he won?t save us, don?t believe the fallacy! " or "god only helps ones that can help themselves.".


Also she told that: " always people confuse god with chance or probability. The universe is chaotic and our small instrument to measure this Chaos is the scientific laws and the probability. You have to remember this: if anything happens is consequence of chaos as a chain of probabilities but god, if exists, never doesn?t take part on this."


The Book come to a radical conclusion:"There are three plagues that menace the mankind: religion (the bad interpretation of the Chaos), family and money."




Gallach remarked: "the act of marriage enslave two free persons into a monotonous torture process that convert free in undead". She referred many times to ?undead? as people that lives because only by their obligations made them to live "only waiting for their death".


In fact, that idea has influenced the iberic way of life nowadays. It is very strange to see an iberic married, they choose to live with one person the entire life (but without marriage) or to live in many relationships.




Money is the injustice. "Why a fool rich could smoke or take drugs when he forbid the consumption and poor not? Why a fool rich could see an art expression like a pig and poor have to live in the ignorance? Why a fool rich prays to god and next day abuses of a poor child? Hypocrite." As we told in a word for Gallach money (and private property) is injustice.


She believed that all like persons we must have the same rights, but money (private property, legacy, etc.) interfere this truth making different in rights. She made a fierce criticism against monarchies because they are supported in a fallacy (?by the grace of God?).


So, what left?




"A person is a result of chained experiences, no god or divine elements are inside, only experiences, maybe good or bad but all are necessary." And "The most important is how a person faces his death."


So there is no divinity in the Vitalism current. For Gallach, person has to believe in: "the beauty, the arts, the love moments, sex, the peace, the war and the suffering moments. These are the values and these are the only things that are with us". For example, she told in a passage of the book: "the devious curves of a woman are nearer to the divinity than god itself. Do you have had a muse? A Muse is god."


And, what is the path? Gallach told:" Person has to carry his life with all its intensity, like the last second of its life." Gallach told in a famous and emotional passage: "I have seen things you people wouldn?t believe. A war near the north pole, the red dawn in the warm south of a lonely island. All those moments will be lost in time like drops in a river, but they are moments that I have lived, mine, that I am remembering now. My experiences. And I only could say one thing, I am pride of those, I have left a stamp, a little mark in this chaotic ground, this will be remain, that is the only reality for me, the rest doesn?t matter."


How can a person reach these experiences?


- Drugs:


Gallach defends the use of drugs to reach experiences. "The drugs are the best way to find oneself, the best manner to reach the chaotic part of oneself, the subconscious, they are the best to know ourselves completely." She proposed some drugs like: Tetrahidrocannabinol, lysergic diethylamide, lophopora williamsii, alcohol, etc.


But there is a limit, "the drugs can not enslave us, we have to enslave drugs."


- Arts and Knowledge:


"Arts is the essence of human expression". "Every person has to express himself and the best instrument is arts. A picture is the best stamp we can leave in the world for eons."


For Gallach all people have to let a little stamp (she told about arts) in their world so in that manner people will be remembered in time, he will remain. This is the only way to understand the life after death in Vitalism. Our mark in the world will be remembered by our sons, our grandsons, etc. and in this manner we will have a better or worse life after death. The best mark could be a picture or a book, a novel, a history, a war against oppression, a tree, etc. "We will live in the memories of people."


For Gallach knowledge is the achievement of bad experiences that converts in a good valuable experience. " The person mistakes, for every mistake he wins knowledge and with value he will leave a better mark in the world." The best education system for Gallach is Self-education.


" Every soldier has to be an artist and every artist has to be a soldier". For example, this sentence of Maria Gallach is the motto of the iberic navy infantry, the ?pirates?.


- Sufferings, Self Control and Respect:


This quality is referred to a natural limit: every person has to impose a limit and this is the self control, to control the drugs consumption, for example. This is the best quality for a soldier because Gallach wrote a lot of passages about armies and soldiers as examples about self control.


For example, the best experience for a soldier is to be remembered by a heroic act, it doesn?t mind if he dies or not, the most important experience for a soldier is the suffering. Because bad experiences are better than good ones. " The bad experience increase knowledge."


The limit of every personal experience is the respect to other person. "If you are hindering the experience of other person you fall in egoism, like the rich, you are hindering to enjoy the rights of the others."


Radical Variations:




The only believe in pleasure experiences, forgetting or avoiding the bad ones. They said that he could avoid the bad ones taking drugs. Today live in small free communities.




The noun given to this community is referred to orthodox-communists. They hate all expression referred to god but they don?t like pleasure experiences. They are today in extreme sectors of the Army.


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The People?s Republic Naval Infantry: ?The Pirates?


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Also called: ?Arts Battalion?, ?The Herd?, ?The Swarm? or ?The Multicoloured Army?.


The Pirates Corp was founded after the I Civil War, on 1935. The inspiration of this Corps was in the founders of the nation, corsairs and buccaneers that arrived at the New Iberia coast and also the ideology of the Revolution Guide, Maria Gallach, and her ?The Multicoloured Book?.


The first soldiers were unemployed artists and vagrants that showed his devotion to the work of Maria Gallach. They want to make a different Army, different to any corp in the world and they achieved it but they had many problems to survive. First the legendary rivalry with the special forces, the Republican Guard (the counterpoint of the pirates in ideology and military tactics), afterwards during the neo-liberal period the Corp was forbidden, they fought in the II Civil War and they must to wait to the refoundation with General Secretary, Rose Amoros, on 2005.


Uniform and Appearance: One of the most important characteristics of the Pirates Army is that they have not a uniform. They only have to show his insignia (skull, two crossed swords and a red star under them), section and the Red Iberic Workers? flag but they do not wear uniform. They use to wear from red frock coats (the high ranks) to dirty and worn out shirts.


The appearance is also another important characteristic, they have no rules in this subject. They can wear Rastafarian dreadlocks, long hair, all variety of Mohawk haircuts, shaved heads or what they want as well as long beards. The big tattoos (they used to be tribal ones) is another common sign. In combat they like to paint their faces all in red or white with black tones in eyes and mouth.


They can also wear another ?accessories?: sunglasses, earrings, gold covers in their teeth, coloured contact lens (they like black and red ones), football shoulder pad, etc. A typical accessory is a flower crown like a headband, it is ?our gesture and gratitude to vitalist life? said pirates, to say the least is strange.


Ideology: They adore the ?The Multicoloured Book?, in fact, they have to learn the book by heart to enter in the Corp. Obviously they have to carry out the Gallach?s teachings to the end consequences. At this point, it lies the rivalry and bad relation with the Republican Guards because the pirates are hedonistic (they have found the pleasure in war), chaotic and undisciplined but as opposed they may seem, their enemies see them as uncontrolled beasts in the battlefield, full of rage.


The relationship between the Pirate Corp and drugs is a well known secret, they simply love drugs. The pirates take drugs when they go to the battlefield, maybe to placate pain or maybe to encourage themselves with rage and anger or maybe because they see the battle from a funny point of view. This combination caused them like a kind of berserker. The standard drug is white rum but it said that they ingest psilocybe cubensis (a strong fungus.)


They used to be deeply atheistic and anarchic. In the leisure time they like to paint (no importance of the quality, they forced themselves to paint), listen to music in their ships or make meat barbecues with white rum.


Ranks: As we have told the pirates are very anarchic and they put into practice. The normal operation is by assembly, the soldiers have to choose their leaders democratically. The ranks only have the decision in war matters but the organic questions always have to be decided by assembly.


They only have one limitation: they have to obey the high ranks of the Army, the supreme commander of the army, for example, or the admiral if they are in a ship.


Training: The pirates strange as it may seem love to training their bodies. The normal method is in the gym but there are other more military exercises like: shooting and hand to hand combat (usually wrestling techniques or ?baletudo? and sword techniques.) The training is also completed with dive techniques and subterfuge.


Tactics: Enemies called pirates the ?herd? by their direct attack movements. They like to move in small groups, at night and do guerrilla operations and erosion tactics like attack small coastal villages or ports, looting and moving fast to the sea. They love boarding tactics when they can.


An old neo-liberal soldier told in his account about the II Civil War and the pirates in their assault over a coastal village: "The old pirates entered in the village with their swords and rum bottles like a bee swarm at night. Shooting mad to every corner, entering in all houses and defenestrating all objects and some people. Other drunk pirates burn the church, before one extracted a Christ image and started to do obscene things that I don?t want to remember, and after he burned the image in the main square.

They were beasts, savage, they say that they are artists and they say that they have to respect the others but in war they are the most similar to an animal I have seen. I remember in a fuzzy memory they raped some women and the hysterical laughs like hyenas.

When they heard some shots they escaped to their boat with looted objects like weapons and I remember with some women.

The village, finally, was in flames and I could still listen to the hyenas? laughs to come from the sea."


Their favourite ship is the ?Vela? Class Gunboat but they obviously have other vehicles for anything they may need like ?Libelula? helicopters and ?Mast?n? armoured infantry vehicles.


Weapons: They always use Swords and machetes as a sign of difference. A high variety of CETME rifles, looted guns and other heavy weapons.



Edited by Republic of Red Iberic Workers (see edit history)
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