Is it time we called time on the whole ‘St.Charlie’ thing? Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: The Greatest Failure of the Socialists
2014 is going to bring a very different community to the one we know now. Continue reading December 2014: How we will get there from here
Five years since the modern MicroWiki community came into being, a great number of nations are facing the saddest fate of all: inactivity. Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: Five years on and what do we have to show for it?
Communism has fallen in one of the community’s reddest nations. Funnily enough, this is a good thing. Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: Look! Liberal Tiana!
Fush is Natzi scum, or at least Will would like to think so… Story of the Century: A1 is to be disestablished (apparently). Story of the Lulz: Sandus thinks A1 is a modern Nazi Germany. You think I’m joking? In this fantastic bit of tripe from his local rag, Will Sörgel of the Ever So Highly Respected And Universally Worshipped Backwater of Sandus has seen fit to play the Nazi Card and compare the end of A1 to the fall of Nazi Germany in May 1945. I hardly think our Australian frenemies have the blood of twelve million people on their hands … Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: Sandus plays the Nazi Card, anyone surprised?
Because it’s totes unbiased. The December 1, 2011 Zealandian election was probably the dirtiest and most ferocious the nation has seen in a while. On one hand we had the Socialist Unity Party of Zealandia (SUPZ) slamming the National Peoples Party (NPP) for being liars and out for themselves, on the other we had the NPP pointing the finger at the SUPZ and blasting them for blatant corruption (let me get there first), and on a third hand we had the new Zealandian National Party (ZNP) calling for Zealandia to rise up against everyone not from Zealandia. There is a … Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: The Merits of Democracy in Modern Zealandia
Sometimes news hits you right when you don’t expect it. That was the case a year ago today. It was a quiet Saturday morning here in Northland. Sirocco was still two months from foundation and even then it was still intended to be called Andersonia. In the MicroWiki community, Erusia was gone and things were starting to get back to normal. That is, if September 4, 2010 could be described as “normal”. I was at school that morning, unorthodox as it sounds, to do work on my photography project. I’d arrived just before nine, and while my teacher had gone … Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: Not a day to be forgotten fast