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- ... that the Republic of Molossia claims to be at war with the long defunct East Germany, alleging that the state still exists on Ernst Thälmann Island?
- ... that the official font of the Adammic Imperial Government is Gentium Basic?
- ... That the original pronunciation of Saspearian (sus-spe-re-an) was first spoken in October 2017, predating the release date of the video game Among Us on June 15, 2018, where the "sus" meme originates?
- ... that Azerianus Severanus was President of Bonumland for only seven days before being overthrown in a coup?
- ... that Penn Federal Republic's Twitter account has more followers than its President, an established musical artist?
- ... that none of the Cupertino Alliance's founding member states are still in the organization?
- SUPPORT Matt talk ☼ 09:18, 25 May 2021 (UTC)
- OPPOSE Ponderosa hills is still a member lol Jaydenfromcanada (talk) | Sent from Mail for Windows 10 | 16:45, 25 May 2021 (UTC)
- COMMENT Ponderosa Hills wasn't a member "The Epic Union stunt (dubbed "Operation North Macedonia") became a full-fledged idea of a brand new intermicronational organization. On 1 April 2019, the Cupertino Alliance was founded, with the starting members of the first phase of the alliance being:
- Maybe? The statement carries an double entendre since you are implying the first literation of the alliance- but a majority of people view the second literation of the alliance. The first wasn't advertise as greatly and would cause a lot of confusion. Ultimately it isn't really good as a factoid. Jaydenfromcanada (talk) | Sent from Mail for Windows 10 | 20:05, 7 June 2021 (UTC)
- OPPOSE What Jayden said James B
- ... that Australis changed its government system seven times in its founding year, 2020?
- ... that Vishwamitra means A Friend of the World and was not named after the Indian sage Rishi Vishwamitra?
- ... that the first Orinian Empire Facebook group, the earliest predecessor of Cimbrun, was once taken over by a man by the name of Thayer Cranor?
- ... that the name "Snagov" comes from the slavic word sneg meaning snow?