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Well the thing is since all the nations formed an organization like the UN or The E.U. do they operate under a single currency or do they have their own separate currencies? Is it fiat money, or the gold standard, or is it bartering?

Yeah sorry for these question just curious about how political and economic system in your world works.
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Well the thing is since all the nations formed an organization like the UN or The E.U. do they operate under a single currency or do they have their own separate currencies? Is it fiat money, or the gold standard, or is it bartering?

Yeah sorry for these question just curious about how political and economic system in your world works.


They have their own currencies.

It's okay. These questions are good because I can think more on my story.
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The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross
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nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross



Is that bad?
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nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross


Well they're all organizations its just a matter of what is their purpose and function that differentiate them from every other organization.
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Adjacent-Taurus wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross


Well they're all organizations its just a matter of what is their purpose and function that differentiate them from every other organization.



Got anymore questions for me at the moment?

I'll try my best to answer them. Just don't make them too hard.
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Alright simple ones

Main Character?
Setting?
Backstory?
Genre?
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in this forum you've stated that this is based loosely on the un correct? in that case yes it is an organization and not a party since a party refers to a group of people unified under a common political or economic (or both) belief. an organization is simply a group of people that have been organized together to form a band of sort, however, i suggest since this is an organization and this is based of the UN that there should be ranks of sorts within it as there are in the UN. the UN currently employee's a system where every meeting specific countries get seats to talk, however, some countries have perma seats while most dont. the perma seats have much to do with the prowess of the country after ww2, ie. some perma seats are the US and Russia. now onto the important part, although technically the un is an organization in the broadest of terms it would be more appropriately named a "federation" or simply "union" and not ever call it an organization since it simplifies the union too much. and also, the dog dude said organizations share a common goal but that sent the case at all, organizations do not need a common goal since most people join a organization for the side benefits and only the elites in the organization have a goal at all. (usually). ie. any big corporation is an organization yet none of the cubicle workers care what the big picture is, all they care is that they get there paycheck. hence why i would say naming any union an organization is an understatement and should not be used if not necessary.
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Alright simple ones

Main Character?
Setting?
Backstory?
Genre?


Main Character: Feliciana Cinderstone

Setting: Imperium Republic of Genesis

Backstory: I think it's better if I give out the plot. I'm still figuring out a few things. So sorry.


Genre: Military Science-fiction.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross



Is that bad?


Yeah because they aren't political
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JohnSchwab wrote:

in this forum you've stated that this is based loosely on the un correct? in that case yes it is an organization and not a party since a party refers to a group of people unified under a common political or economic (or both) belief. an organization is simply a group of people that have been organized together to form a band of sort, however, i suggest since this is an organization and this is based of the UN that there should be ranks of sorts within it as there are in the UN. the UN currently employee's a system where every meeting specific countries get seats to talk, however, some countries have perma seats while most dont. the perma seats have much to do with the prowess of the country after ww2, ie. some perma seats are the US and Russia. now onto the important part, although technically the un is an organization in the broadest of terms it would be more appropriately named a "federation" or simply "union" and not ever call it an organization since it simplifies the union too much. and also, the dog dude said organizations share a common goal but that sent the case at all, organizations do not need a common goal since most people join a organization for the side benefits and only the elites in the organization have a goal at all. (usually). ie. any big corporation is an organization yet none of the cubicle workers care what the big picture is, all they care is that they get there paycheck. hence why i would say naming any union an organization is an understatement and should not be used if not necessary.


Well in my story, FUIN(Federation of United Imperial Nations) is a small gathering of lesser imperial nations. They want to put a stop to the greater empire that is threatening to conquer them. It's not really based off the United Nations.
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Adjacent-Taurus wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross


Well they're all organizations its just a matter of what is their purpose and function that differentiate them from every other organization.


Girl Scouts and Red Cross aren't political... If they are, then they're completely tarnished.
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nanikore2 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross



Is that bad?


Yeah because they aren't political


Well I knew that the Girl Scouts and Red Cross wasn't political. But I was worried about my own creations.
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Well in my story, FUIN(Federation of United Imperial Nations) is a small gathering of lesser imperial nations. They want to put a stop to the greater empire that is threatening to conquer them. It's not really based off the United Nations.

acronym needs work, when reading quicly it looks too much like "fun"
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nanikore2 wrote:


Adjacent-Taurus wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

The way the word "organization" is used in this thread you'd think that Girl Scouts is a political party and so is Red Cross


Well they're all organizations its just a matter of what is their purpose and function that differentiate them from every other organization.


Girl Scouts and Red Cross aren't political... If they are, then they're completely tarnished.


girl and boy scouts are just american propeganda groups, WAKE UP SHEEPLE!
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