Like last time, I couldn't think of a title. (im awseme lulouliolkllol?)
Well, the month so far was an important one. Talon Karrde re-elected as our PM and now we have the task of electing a PP for each party. This article will be a mix of news and about promoting the UKRP to people who have yet to decide on a party.
So, what’s different about the UK Reform Party?
Well, it’s a tricky one. The UK Reform Party is about reforming our country funnily enough. Well, that’s one of the targets. Reforming our country is number one priority to any hard working person. The UKRP is currently ranked number 5 in the rankings, a big stage, yes, but not one big enough to change the country. I admit, yes, we have debates about whether to be anti-National Military or pro-NM and matters like that but that makes it all the better. The thing that makes it fun is listening to points which oppose of the points that you agree with, it makes you think. Some parties pass off points without anyone pointing out a flaw. Yes, they get work done quickly but without the thought and quality put into the finished product. However at the UKRP the ‘finished product’ compiles of several others ideas and all mashed together into one huge ball of awesomeness. So I conclude for this first section: UKRP is a party to join if you’re interested in debate, and want to participate.
What about other parties?
Something that failed miserably the last time all the parties tried to connect. I do not know how that conference was run but it’s something every single party needs to rethink. Maybe a bit more mature? From everyone? That’d be nice. In the previous section I talked about debating on a stage in the party, but debating between parties takes it to a new level, really. A national stage that certainly isn’t as comfortable as a party one what everyone generally has the same views. But on the national stage, you have left wing and possibly extreme right wing (etc...) which makes it a battleground. Now, this one I can’t say things like ‘The UKRP is there to make the national stage a more comfortable stage!’. Because sometimes, quite frankly, no one can. It’s up to individuals sometimes. Inner circles have to sort out their problems and come out prepared and with patience.
The training war...
Enjoyable and fun, got our missions done and rewards given. So, it was a success in a way. I thank Talon Karrde and his cabinet for this and now it is finally over. What does everyone else think? Do you think it was fun? Well, I hope it’s a shared thought.
That was short.
The honourable opposition
I can proudly say for once that there was not a clear winner in the CP elections. Our election was just a day before the American election and it was quite a bit like ours. There was lots of build up to the election and excitement and doubts. Eventually, Talon Karrde won however I o7 you Richard Feist – it definitely has to be hard to take that loss like such a baws.
...Another short one...
I conclude this article with not as much information I would like to have left with you with, but as much as I (think) have. I’m sure as soon I will publish this I’ll remember something very important that I forgot. Well, thank you for reading!
Stay strong eUK! (This article is not as long as I would have liked it to be.)
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