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League of Alharu and Aurelian Native Nations
(For real this time)

The League of Alharu and Aurelia Native Nations (Naxua: Lekh Otepanyauh a'Icohuic Natif Kowiamiz) (Huang: 安路藕李本土国家联盟), known more commonly by it’s acronym of LAANN (said as LAN) or simply ‘The League’. The League has 5 members; @Fulgistan, @Metztlitlaca, @Oyus, @Yeosan, and @Heiheguo, with 7 observer nations: Eulycea, Batengdei, Andalla, Giokto, Shffahkia, Esonice, and Acadia.

The main goal of LAANN is as an economic-defence bloc between nations with a large minority or majority native Alharun and/or native Aurelian ethnicity(s) and to minimise economic and/or hostile intervention of Europan and Argic nations. These goals are achieved through a list of numerous contracts and treaties as well as numerous international overseer departments. The largest of these departments is the Department of Trade and Tariffs, Department of Internal Intelligence Services, and the Continental Defence Council. All legislature and laws provided by the departments must be voted on by the representatives of each nation. Each nation has a certain number of representatives dependant on population size who must come to a single agreement on whether to pass or block a new piece of legislature. Once all five blocks of representatives have come to their agreements, those five blocks vote as five distinct entities for the legislature to be passed or blocked. Spectator nations are given representatives but hold only an advisory role with no power to affect the five main blocks.



Fulgistan - 15 representatives
Metztlitlaca - 11 representatives
Yeosan - 9 representatives
Oyus - 7 representatives
Heiheguo - 5 representatives

LAANN was founded in 1981 as a response to growing globalist and historic exploitation of the native Alharun and Aurelians. The formation of LAANN came hand in hand with a growing rise of Pan-nationalism against nations with descendants from Argis or Europa. This ideology is often called Continentalism within the LAANN nations. Initially there were only three nations – Oyus, Fulgistan, and Metztlitlaca – who signed the League Proclamations (Treaties that are require to be signed to be a full member of LAANN). In 1989 Yeosan signed the League Proclamations and joined LAANN. Heiheguo joining in 2012 after being in observer status for 21 years due to conflicting interests within the League Proclamations and the Heiheguo government.

The logo of The League was a committee design in 1986 and was originally a Penrose Triangle with red, green, and blue to represent Fulgistan (red), Metztlitlaca (green), and Oyus (blue) interconnected in a ring of unity. When Yeosan joined in 1989 the logo was changed to a Penrose Square with yellow, and changed to a Penrose Pentagon in 2012 adding white for Heiheguo.


History of Continentalism

The political philosophy of Continentalism has its origins in the politics of the late-19th century Five-Coloured Empire, whose first ruler Emperor Fengxing promoted "harmony amongst the 5 races" embodied in the nation's iconic five-coloured flag, symbolizing the unity of the empire's people under one ruler. The notion of a shared interest and common origin among native peoples was further developed by Wang Xiteng in his 1898 essay "The People of the Southern Kingdoms“. Wang was a noted man of letters in his native Fulgistan, and his influence as a member of the Imperial Yuan ensured that his ideas penetrated many levels of society, including to the emperor himself. In 1899, Emperor Fengxing officially permitted colonials, as well as the Bozan, to join the Imperial Yuan, and to serve in the highest offices of government on an equal basis to the ruling Huang. It was in this way that the emergent philosophy of continentalism was widely disseminated amongst the educated and political classes of the Empire.

Upon the Empire's demise in 1929, Continentalism had taken a strong hold among the revolutionaries, particularly those in the republican faction, who formed the Continentalist Union Party in 1931. Today, the CUP exists only as a minor subordinate branch of the Fulgistani Communist Party, but Continentalism itself has waxed and waned within the nation. Jian Bozan was a proponent of the ideology in his days as an Army colonel, but felt later on that the ideas of Continentalism were incompatible with the Communist view of society he had since adopted. Continentalism fell by the wayside in Fulgistan until its large resurgence in the late 1960s, brought on by a new, more open atmosphere of political discussion, the rise of fascism and neocolonialism in Alharu, and the arrival of Faramanian intellectuals and politicians in Bogd Gioro, almost all of whom remained in the country.

The Crescent Empire was a largely isolationist state, rarely trading with Europan and Argis nations as they lacked things that the empire desired – outside of firearms of course – and as such had few ties with the outside world. One of those ties, however, was with the Yellow Empire. The Crescent Empire saw the Yellow Empire as an equal in trade, commerce, and militarism as it had spices and resources the empire craved along with the navy to back up it’s exports, proving so in the Yellow Empire subjegation of the Tihuanaco Empire (a long standing rival to the Azlo people). This is considered by historians to be the starting point of the long standing positive relationship modern day between Fulgistan and Metztlitlaca.

With the Limonaian conquest of the Crescent Empire, the Azlo people were forced into the increasingly interconnected wurld. With no independent homeland to look for guidance, they turned to next best thing; the Five Coloured Empire – a successor to the Yellow Empire. Wang Xiteng’s “The People of the Southern Kingdoms” and similar essays made their way into the Limonaian colony (mostly illegally) via Huang slaves and imported scholars. From there the ideology of Xiteng were merged with Azlo cultural beliefs to form a distinct Azlo-Huang brotherhood ideology. Said ideology (known as “Xiteotoc” or “Xitenism” in Metztlitlaca) was a major factor in the formation of the Hong ethnicity, as the Chalica aided Huang slaves in escaping from Limonaian plantations and mines as part of the Xiteotoc ideology of brotherhood and unity, which resulting in the two ethnic groups intermarrying and partially merging to form the Hong. The Chalica still exist to this day as a distinct ethnic group in the northern third of the Nanhong Dominion of Metztlitlaca, but largely practise Islam and often have Huang physical and cultural traits.

The Unified Republic of Palu and then the South Palu Confederation based their socialist ideology off that of the Worker’s Republic of Fulgistan – who helped them gain their independence – along with Xitenism as a core belief within the socialist Azlo ideology. Xitenism and socialism continued further as guerrilla fighters in Mezzalunia in the Great Alharun War combatted against fascist Limonaia. The eventual nation of Metztlitlaca that arose from the war was initially dominated by the Xiteotoc National Party who proposed the formation of LAANN in 1981.

The Matriarchical islands of Oyus, to some an island paradise, to others a tax-free haven. To LAANN however, Oyus is an example of a nation who was able to initially thwart the imperial hands of Marenesia and Europa with it’s successful defence against Salvia from the 1570s to 1589 and to establish native rule. This does not mean though that Oyus was completely independent, as Aromani languages and migrants seeped into the nation over the years – resulting in ideological backlash by the natives and a push towards further cooperation with non-Aromani nations such as Fulgistan and Metztlitlaca. Although these ideological battles between the natives and migrants have been largely put aside, Oyus is still seen as a friend and ally by their partners over seas on the mainland of Alharu. The headquarters for many of the LAANN departments and the LAANN Head Office are located in Yulaa, the capital of Oyus.


The Department of Trade and Tariffs (also known as the DTT) ensures free and equal trade between LAANN nations. Tariffs are  used against non-LAANN members to encourage trade with one another rather then with potential advisories. However, spectator nations to LAANN are often excluded from many of the tariffs. The use of tariffs have not been without controversy, however, as many have pointed out to higher prices of certain goods and services due to lessened competition from abroad or just that tariffs artificially inflate prices. Most of the Department of Trade and Tarriffs’ legislature must be voted by the representatives of all five members with at least four members voting for it to be passed before it is implemented into all five nations.

The Department of Internal Intelligence Services (DIIS) is a mutual transdomestic intelligence agency. In every country that has opted into the Extended DIIS Protocol, the DIIS functions as an attaché to national law enforcement, and although officers are usually drawn in from that country's citizens, the DIIS officers are loyal to LAANN Judicial Body and have authority to follow normal arrest procedure for League-level crimes. If a member has not opted into the E-DIIS-P, the DIIS acts as an overseer and provides help in gathering evidence and data to aid criminal cases. Yeosan and Heiheguo have not yet opted into E-DIIS-P. DIIS is the most controversial of the departments as it can often be seen as intrusive and as an opening for potential exploitation by outsiders. As such, all five members must agree together on any modifications to the DIIS regulations and Metztlitlaca, Fulgistan, and Oyus must all agree to any modifications to E-DIIS-P regulations.

The last of the largest departments is the Continental Defence Council. The CDC acts as a unifying military standards and coordination body for the military’s of all LAANN nations. The use of the CDC is primarily for combat training, military equipment shipping and inspections, coalition combat*, and an intermediate body for the discussion of military bases.

*Coalition combat will be restricted and not be used until the LAANN establishment historic thread is completed, or if all nations involved in a particular RP thread agree to it’s usage.


Present Times
The five nations of LAANN may not be strongest or most politically dominant (outside of Fulgistan), but their collective interests binds them in economic and political partnerships and friendships. It also helps to have similarly corrupt, authoritarian or blind-eye nations as your allies – power keeps the powerful stable, after all…

Currently LAANN’s main interests are in cultural exchange programs such as museum/historic artefacts being traded to one another’s major cultural capitals to further public opinions of one another via education; the implementation of Huang into the other LAANN nation’s curriculums; and encouragement of tourism between one another through VISA-free policies. LAANN is currently in the midst of reintroducing the near-extinct Azlo writing system, which was almost entirely replaced with the Aromani Alphabet by Limonaian colonists. The other main interest of LAANN is economic development, aiding each other in industrialisation and modernisation through investments and relief aid in the event of disasters.


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Light Green - Spectator Members of LAANN

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