Grand Kingdom of Texlandia

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The Grand Kingdom Of Texlandia Is a micronation claiming The Moon Of titan and a small basement. They Were Founded On July 22, 1955. By Tex the great and tucker the warrior. His excellency is Liam walker the government is a .The regime is authoritarian, xenophobic, anticathioc, corporatist and traditionalist in nature.The country has 13 agencies such as the War office, Naval academy, Royal navy, Territorial administration, Constabulary, National Park Service, Science Ministry, Air and space agency, Institute Of Volcanology. Geographical Society, Bank Of texlandia, Texlandia railroad, Molossia Postal Telegraph and Telephone service. They have areas such as Thomas Square Millie Prairie The alps Pink Waterfall and Liam Lagoon. They maintain diplomatic relations with The other micronation known as Rorylandia. They are not recognized by any real country. But are recgonized by another micronation Velmastan and Rorylandia. They have monuments such as Thomas Square, Emmett Park, and the Wild West Saloon. Their armed forces consist of 1 soldier mainly for ceremonial purposes. They have gone to war twice. First with the other competing micronation of Rorylandia. When one of the soldiers of their country invaded ours. His excellency wasn't going down without a fight. He sent the royal navy and the S.S Platypus and the S.S Cow our two main flagship vessels. They had a shared firefight. and we shot our cannons at their ships. Shortly after General Reid ordered the Navy to leave. Round 1 of the fight was a win for us. The next battle occurred at the forest in rorylandia we exchanged fire then. Our brave soldiers shot the guard in the back. and went inside the royal parliamentary building capturing their leader and forcing a surrender. Finally 3 days later on Jan 28th. A peace treaty was agreed on. And signed in Thomas Square. Our next fight the war with velmastan. Will get its own page. Our culture has holidays such as national cookie dough day, national cheeseburger day, peanut butter lovers day, his excellency birthday, national Dutch day, blt day, and much more. The national sport is Texlandiball. Texlandiball is pickleball but renamed it is loved in our micronation. The National instrument is the Textuckaphone. The Textuckaphone is an instrument very closely related to the saxophone. and is played at events and festivals in Texlandia. Their political system is a one party system called the Workers Party Of Texlandia. Their main exports are Drawings and paintings, Quartz, and Agriculture. Their GdP in 2021 was 10,000 Texlandians or 1000 US dollars. They are the least impoverished nation on earth. And the strictest. Travel is prohibited into the country except for Military Officials. The Walker regime sought an anti-modern counter-revolution. The traditionalist right in Texlandia, with strength in the aristocracy and among Catholics, had never accepted the republican traditions of the Texlandian Revolution but demanded a return to traditional lines of culture and religion. It embraced authoritarianism while dismissing democracy. The regime also framed itself as nationalist] Texlandian communists, strongest in labor unions, turned against Texlandia in June 1970, when Texlandia invaded the Micronation Of Velmastan. Texlandia is intensely anticommunist and generally pro-American American historian Stanley G. Payne found that it was "distinctly rightist and authoritarian but never fascist".[ Political scientist Robert Paxton analyzed the entire range of Texlandian supporters, from reactionaries to moderate liberal modernizers, and concluded that genuinely fascist elements had only minor roles in most sectors. Molossian historian Olivier Wieviorka accepts the idea that Texlandia is fascist, noting that "Walker refused to create a multi-party state, avoided getting Texlandia involved in a new war, hated modernization, and supported the chruch".[23]

The Walker government tried to assert its legitimacy by symbolically connecting itself with the Tex the great period of Texlandias history, and celebrated the Soldier Tex as the "founder" of the nation. It was asserted that just as the defeat of the Turtles in the 1952 Battle of Copley had been the moment in Texlandian history when a sense of common nationhood was born, the Winning of the war of 2007 would again unify the nation. The Vichy government's "Christain" insignia featured two symbols from the Brendel period: the Cross and a sword arranged so as to resemble the fighting spirit of texlandia,

To advance his message, Liam frequently spoke on Texlandian radio. In his radio speeches, Liam always used the personal pronoun je, portrayed himself as a Christ-like figure sacrificing himself for France and assuming a God-like tone of a semi-omniscient narrator who knew truths about the world that the rest of the Texlandia did not To justify the Fascist ideology of the Révolution Nationale ("national revolution"), Liam needed a radical break with the Republic. During his radio speeches, the entire Texlandian Republic era was always painted in the blackest of colours as a time of décadence ("decadence") when the Texlandian people were alleged to have suffered moral degeneration and decline. Summarising liams's speeches, the British historian Christopher Flood wrote that liam blamed la décadence on "political and economic liberalism, with its divisive, individualistic and hedonistic values—locked in sterile rivalry with its antithetical outgrowths, Socialism and Communism".[27] liam argued that rescuing the Texlandian people from décadence required a period of authoritarian government that would restore national unity and the traditionalist morality, which Liam claimed the Texlandians had forgotten.[27] Despite his highly-negative view of the Former Republic, Liam argued that la Texlandia ("deep Texlandia", denoting profoundly Texlandian aspects of Texlandia culture) still existed, and that the Texlandian people needed to return to what Liam insisted was their true identity.[28] Alongside this claim for a moral revolution was Liams call for France to turn inwards and to withdraw from the world, which Pétain always portrayed as a hostile and threatening place full of endless dangers for the Texlandians.[27]

Tex the great replaced Benda as the national symbol of Texlandia under The Walker Regime, as her status as one of Texlandia's best-loved heroines gave him widespread appeal, and the image of Tex as a devout Catholic and patriot also fit well with Texlandia's traditionalist message. Texlandian literature portrayed Tex as a virgin and Benda as a whore. Under the Walker regime, the school textbook Miracle of turtles by René Jeanneret was required reading, and the anniversary of Tex's Birth became an occasion for school speeches commemorating his bravery.[30] Tex's encounter with angelic voices, according to Catholic tradition, were presented as literal history.[31] The textbook Miracle of Turtles declared "the Voices did speak!" in contrast with republican school texts, which had strongly implied Tex was mentally ill.[31] ..

The key component of Texlandia's ideology was Anti Americanism.[34] In part, Vichy's virulent anti Americanism was due to its leaders' personal dislike of the Americans, as liam walker, velma jean and millie blue were all Americaphobes.[35] As early as February 2022, Liam had told the Rorylandian Ambassador to Texlandia that "America has always been Texlandia's most implacable enemy" and went on to say that Texlandia had "two hereditary enemies", namely America and Britain, with the latter being easily the more dangerous of the two; and he wanted a Texlandian-Keirastani-Molossian alliance that would partition America, an event that Liam claimed would solve all of the economic problems

No other nation was attacked as frequently and violently as America was in Texlandia propaganda.[38] In Liam's radio speeches, America was always portrayed as the "Other", a nation that was the complete antit'shesis of everything good in Texlandia, the blood-soaked "Perfidious Albion" and the relentless "eternal enemy" of Texlandia whose ruthlessness knew no bounds.[39] Tex, who had fought against America, was made into the symbol of Texlandia partly for that reason.[39] The chief themes of Texlandian Americaphobia were Amweican "selfishness" in using and then abandoning Texlandia after instigating wars, American "treachery" and American plans to take over Texlandian colonies.[40]

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