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INT has recently elected a new government! [insert crappy election post theme here]

 

Dear Leader: Comrade Craig

Eternal President: Comrade Trotsky

 

Glorious Liaison Commissar: Baron Terror

 

Martial Commissar: soultak3r1

 

Treasury Commissar: Lexie

 

Membership Commissar: Azreal

 

Also remember posting drunk is a bad idea...

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Your maths is wrong.

 


No actually. I assume he's differentiating High gov and middle gov as the people in the OP.

 

2 high gov positions, 2 high gov members with "comrade" in the name. %of high gov members with "comrade" in their name: 100%

4 low gov positions, 0 low gov members with "comrade" in their name. % of high gov members with comrade in their name: 0%

6 total positions, 2 with comrade in their name. 33% of gov has comrade in their name.

 

In conclusion, the chart is marked correctly.

 

 

Anyway, I'd like to hail this announcement, but the 100% of high government with comrade in their name makes me want to vomit.

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Something I noticed:

 

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Alternative Title: "% of INT gov with bad names"

 

There is no "high" or "low" gov in INT. We are all equals in the socialist paradise. Except I'm more equal than everyone else. And Jacob sucks. But everyone else is a nice, amorphous socialist blob. As things should be. For the glory of the revolution. With liberty, and justice, for all.

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There is no "high" or "low" gov in INT. We are all equals in the socialist paradise. Except I'm more equal than everyone else. And Jacob sucks. But everyone else is a nice, amorphous socialist blob. As things should be. For the glory of the revolution. With liberty, and justice, for all.


I was tempted to point out that anyone with Commisar is high gov and trots is low gov and technically shouldn't have been on this announcement at all but the amount of times explains how INT works to people seems to fall on death ears so they can get a few cheap digs in.
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I was tempted to point out that anyone with Commisar is high gov and trots is low gov and technically shouldn't have been on this announcement at all but the amount of times explains how INT works to people seems to fall on death ears so they can get a few cheap digs in.

 

You caught me!

 

If you get this bothered over your gov levels [apparently] being mischaracterized in an amusing bar graph, maybe you should have a more straightforward gov layout.

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You caught me!
 
If you get this bothered over your gov levels [apparently] being mischaracterized in an amusing bar graph, maybe you should have a more straightforward gov layout.

Commissars are high gov, Secretaries are not. Sorry that was so complicated for you. Edited by Azreal
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I was tempted to point out that anyone with Commisar is high gov and trots is low gov and technically shouldn't have been on this announcement at all but the amount of times explains how INT works to people seems to fall on death ears so they can get a few cheap digs in.

 

Need I remind you that GenSec shares the exact same powers that GenCom does, with the exception of an emergency powers/War Council vote, a biumvirate of sorts if one wanted to incorrectly view any position within the alliance as "high gov". So :P

 

 

If you want to get technical about it, there is no high gov in INT. Commissariats serve the purpose of organizing and upkeeping certain facets of the alliance in lines with the will of congress, deriving any power they may have from the will of the people.

 

 

ALL POWER TO THE GENERAL CONGRESS 

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Need I remind you that GenSec shares the exact same powers that GenCom does, with the exception of an emergency powers/War Council vote. So :P
 
 
If you want to get technical about it, there is no high gov in INT. Commissariats serve the purpose of organizing and upkeeping certain facets of the alliance in lines with the will of congress, deriving any power they may have from the will of the people.
 
 
ALL POWER TO THE GENERAL CONGRESS 


Technically only in the absence of the GenComm, and we all know you can't make a decision without Craig signing off on it.

And we all know Q is really in charge of everything.
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Need I remind you that GenSec shares the exact same powers that GenCom does, with the exception of an emergency powers/War Council vote, a biumvirate of sorts if one wanted to incorrectly view any position within the alliance as "high gov". So :P

 

The word for a two-person leadership is "duumvirate".  What you say about the relationship between GenCom and GenSec is true of any Commissar and his or her Secretary.  And Azreal's wrong about Secretaries only being empowered by the absence of their Commissars.

 

Do you people know how your alliance works?

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