NAACN (Nasphilitae Aggregate-Articulate-Critical News)




  1. Claire Renske Presents an Annex to the Bill

  2. Ayala Moran and the High Court on Rolstons WF Call

  3. Earl Quinlann Emmerson Returns from opening Regular Consulates

  4. Earl Quinlann Emmerson congradulates Vrigny and Coalitania, issues a warning to Jonas Val

  1. Claire Renske Presents an Annex to the Bill

Claire Renske, L.R. of The Plenary Committee, leader of the NNP, convened the Lower House of Country Collective and presided over the first reading regarding Nowell Rileys Bill on workplace organisations. After the first 4-hour session, Renske, using The Plenary Committees Head for legislative consultation deliberation and excogitation (Kensley Vorthrop of the UML), asked the High Court for Administrative Crime:

“Would the worries over the possibility of making the Two Associations a political body, be relieved if an Annex were appended to the Bill which, would explicitly state that their nature is not political?” The reply has stated that the answer to this question would be affirmative.

The modified first reading was then presented during the second 4-hour session in the Lower House. Both the Opportunity Party and the Center Party MPs were fully in favour. After complaints regarding the Association of Unions, the ADLA MPs also stated that they would vote in favour; similar to UML MPs, whose complaints centered around the Association of Investors and Owners. The CGC and NNP were critical of this Bills reminiscence to the P3 Coalition, though after clarification from Renske that the High Court was consulted precisely for this reason, they had stated that they will vote in favour. SVDP complained that the Bill compromised them AND the UML politically, though that they would vote in favour as it offers protection for workers rights.

Surprisingly, the sole opponents to the Bill remain the environmentalist soft-left SRP. This created friction between the SRP and the militarist eco-ecologist NNP, leading to an extended session which lasted for ten hours.

  1. Ayala Moran and the High Court on Rolstons WF Call

Utilising the High Court for International Law and Customs of Nasphilitae, established by Internationalisation of the Corpus within domestic law with jurisdiction over Nasphilitae entities; Ayala Moran asked for a legal opinion regarding Rolstons’ Call for Debate in the WF. The request for legal opinion asked for reevaluation of the Call in areas of philosophy of law, jurisprudence, and legal formulation.
The response says as follows;

" 1. In regards to the topic of law, it remains unclear which doctrine, principles, procedures and institutions are followed within International Law codified by the World Forum, exercised by the Assembly, the Committee, or its sub-Committees. While the institution of public hearings and clear protocols in both judicial and political matters are valid and established in domestic practice, we are unsure whether such established protocols exist specifically within the World Forum.
2. In regards to jurisprudence, the International Court explicitly adheres to the doctrine of normative virtue. However, while other judicial institutions such as the Assembly and the Committee, appear to replicate such adherence; Rolstons assertion and cause for the call of debate, which seeks to erect deliberation and eventual establishment of practice which would confirm these, is correct.
3. In regards to the legality and legal formulation of Adrianna Rolstons call for debate; While legal, we do recommend that the Calls' formulation and structure be modified, to avoid misunderstand of the Call for Debate being a Resolution."

It should be noted that Ayala Moran is an opponent to Adrianna Rolston in matters of International Relations. The former adheres to “Nasphilitae School of International Relations”, emphasising bilateralism and non-interventionism; While the latter adheres to “New Nasphiliti School of International Relations”.

  1. Earl Quinlann Emmerson Returns from opening Regular Consulates

Head of HM Cabinet for External Affairs, Earl Emmerson, had finally finished the opening of Consulates with all countries in The South Pacific. The nature of these Consulates are regular, which is to say that their delegated tasks follow The Convention on Consular Relations. These include, among many others, and in particular the first item:

  • Article 5s Consular functions provisions
  • Communication and contact with nationals of the sending State
  • Information in cases of deaths, guardianship or trusteeship, wrecks and air accidents
  • Communication with the authorities of the receiving State
  • Notification of arrest, detention or prosecution
  • Waiver of privileges and immunities
  • Exemption from registration of aliens and residence permits
  • Exemption from work permits
  • Social security exemption
  • Exemption from registration of aliens and residence permits
  • Article 70 Exercise of consular functions by diplomatic missions
  • Article 71 Nationals or permanent residents of the receiving State

  1. Earl Quinlann Emmerson congradulates Vrigny and Coalitania, issues a warning to Jonas Val

Earl Quinlann Emmerson further congratulated Vrigny on codifying an expansion of fundamenal rights with the appendix Act. In particular, he commended the manner in which the Vrignian state handled the situation “in a civil manner”, as well as the usage of the term “fundamental rights”. He’s also commended the government of Coalitania on initiating the process of democratisation, emphasising the importance of “political parties and public engagement with the process”.

The Earl had also issues a warning to MP Jonas Val of the ADLA, for comments made earlier to Vrigny. The warning states:

“Foreign affairs of Nasphilitae, as per the Collective Security Documents, do not grant The National Parliament, rights of conducting any activites relates to foreign affairs of Nasphilitae. They are under the sole authority of the HM Cabinet.”



›»»05.30.2024.««‹×›»»Issue: Interview with David Atkinsons««‹

Interview with David Atkinsons, the Grand General ofthe Royal Armed Forces, Head of HM Cabinet for Armed Affairs, and First Deputy Head of State.


— You are the first member of Ernsts’ HM Cabinet who chose to appear for interview on NAACN. It is fair to ask, given your comparative silence in the public otherwise, what motivated you to inquire on this arrangement; Particularly with a media agency not beloved by most public officials?

“There eexist certain ongoing discussion, within the HM Cabinet which I cannot and will not disclose of, but wih to bring forth to the public. As a way of, let us call it, internal and self auditing. Scrutiny is why NAACN was chosen.”

— What begs the question, to the general public, is the fact that you hold the name of Atkinsons, being the grandson of Queen Dorothy. Yet, you chose a career in military; at a time, no less than a decade since Marcel was defeated. What inspired you to choose this career path and how would you describe the position of Peer House Atkinsons today?[/b]

“I hoped for this question.” “My career path came after the Ordinance; I was one years old when it was passed.” “Duty, if I were dishonest with myself. Survivors guilt, as my father passed from wounds inflicted to him when I was six years old, in 1963.” “I’m referring to the last stand of Marcel, at the Battle for Port Renegadshire, within the Atkinsons Thane, just north from Agorport.”“As per the latter question. After decades of work put into rebuilding the Thane and revitalising House Atkinsons, mostly alone, with some help from the Ernsts, Pellmores, and surprisingly at the time at least the Darzens – I would describe it as “Alive again but without its former shine”

— I see. You’ve mentioned the Ernsts helping you in this?

"Yes. Dawsons father and I were very close.

— Many would then assume that Dawsons choice for Head of a Cabinet was nepotistic in motive.

(David smiles before answering)

“…When were relatons between the Peer Houses in Nasphilitae free from an element of nepotism? The difference between relations within the Peerage, compared to nepotism of Marcels Junta, is in adequate profession for the positions assigned. I’ve served in the Royal Ground Forces from 1973. Edwards lineage invented the AID by suggesting it to Carl Darzens, her father was part of the team which invented “KRYPTOS”, machine securing our neutrality during the GW.”

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"Use of KRYPTOS" pictured.

On the Royal Armed Forces, the RRF, and the DRDF

— How does the HM Cabinet operate or rather coordinate? Also, what issue does it see emerging, which were not addressed already in the release of the Collective Security Documents and the Joint Service?

"The HM Cabinets operate by themselves on a doctrinal (every-day) level. On a strategic level, which occurs either as part of the plan level, or as emerging from the doctrinal level in the form of events; Sessions are held and presided by the Grand Duke. Due to the accelerated reformism of the 21. cc., we are faced with a challenge--

— The one-week Temporary Triumvirate?

"Yes. Events emerge rapidly, most benign in nature. Such filtering is done by External Affairs and the AID Directorate. However, when danger arises, and all officials are unavailable, this challenge invokes itself.

— During the Triumvirate, you had created the planned-for RRF and DRDF, with missions in Zhulgan (@Kobegr01 ) and Akarina (@isurvivedurm0m )? Was a mechanism established later on for future events and how do you view the mission?

"I have, and I’m in agreement with Edwards and Rolston that our mission was successful. We must, according to our capabilities, at least isolate and localise threats into location-based compartments. Nasphilitae should not be expected to prevent or end such conflicts."

— That is understandable. As publicly understood, the RRF or Rapid Response Forces, are civilians admitted to the Royal Armed Forces; While the DRDF or the Disaster Relief Deployment Forces, are grouped task forces of emergency relief, medicinal experts, protected by the Special Unit Police of the Law Enforcement?

“The latter is an adequate enough description. There was also an asylum group within the DRDF (not to be confused with a refugee group) but it was disbanded and relegated to the Civic Service.”
“Efficiency being the reason. The DRDF already must command and coordinate groups with vastly different professional backgrounds. From firemen, over to the military hospital doctors, the police, natural disaster teams (…)”

On the Royal Armed Forces and the RRF:

— What of the RRF’s description being inadequate? Is that related to the emerging issues?

“The RRF is an expansion of the Royal Armed Forces, comprised of civilians serving in the military, yes. However, the 2023. enacted budget for 2024. allocated $20,340,504,787 of available funds to “military-area of security”. With the addition of all nobles personal spending and donations-Which some call “Masked budgeting”- the funds thankfully do reach $32,713,193,120.”
“…Now, given that Nasphilitae has mere 5 000 standing soldiers, with 12 000 in either training or reserve; Let us also consider the additional 750-1200 Special Unit Forces; The 2% cap has never been a problem. It means that a Nasphiliti soldier costs $2,726,000., which is the highest in all of the South Pacific.”

— So, what then is the issue?

“The SPU Law Enforcement and the DRDF share their budget with Unit Nine of the AID and social spending, respectively. The RRF and the Militia; comprised of the Military Police and the Border Guard; cannot be trained and prepared to the level of expertise that a RANASA conscript has to.”

— Do you advocate for what has been termed “neo-militarism”, then? If so, is this the attitude of the entire Cabinet, the entire HM Cabinet, or your personal attitude expressed?

“To answer the presumptions. No. I do not find the ideology of the NNP and Claire Renske particularly appealing, though I must admit that it is novel. The lack of funding towards the RRF and the sharing of funds which the Border Guard receives with the Law Enforcement and Home Department poses imminent danger. The CSD’s lack to address a crucial aspect here.”

On Crabry:

— Which border are you precisely referring to?

"None in particular. Allow me to elaborate a major fault in the CSD’s: Which is in the form of “regional integration plans”. They lack strategic goals for Crabry."
“We could, always, abandon the CSD’s plans. Then, we must militarise. We have constant foreign interference on Crabry, which is certainly causing internal instabilities within the NAGB, Aberstopia (@Nicholas )Termina, Jakub (@Gibbus ); and lack of development in East Jakub and Phanama (@Phanama ). So yes, that is an option. Then, we would have to replicate Tepertopia (@anjo ), Esfalsa (@Pronoun ) and Kliegme (@Kliegme ) in level of preparedness.”

— If I understood your underlying point correctly, you aspire, or rather wish for the smallest but second most populated continent to further integrate?

"Integration is not boolean. Alignments, cultural heritage, difference in government and development are all regularly observed in all regions. Integration, lack thereof, which threaten Crabyians are merely two-dimensional.

Pictured: Early plan of the "Island Continent Express" , a connection of air hubs and dockyard ports.

— These two dimensions of integration would be, in which areas, precisely?

"Security in law enforcement and LEO intelligence sharing. If a block disallows for such a basic necessity → Excellent. We have found the promotional sponsor for instability in the region. The second is rudimentary economic: Infrastructural and monetary exchangeability. This likely would not be met with any opposition outside of the continent, though would take longer."

Pictured: Cross-Crabry Railway, rough plan from the HM Cabinet.

— The issue is that CSD’s envisioned plans for this, or rather plans for “regional integration”, without elaborating on how to execute it? You’ve mentioned foreign influence and a potential malicious actor: Is this something that could be disclosed to the public?

“That is precisely the issue. I must refrain from mentioning particulars or specifics. However, I will state that Crabry countries should integrate and cooperate in basic security measures, as they have more in common with each other; now even culturally so; than with others.”

— I see. Is this to be taken as the stance of the entire HM Cabinet and, furthermore, government?

(David pauses to ponder an adequate answer)

“…I’d suggest the stance of the entire country.”


— While I could see some points brought up to be seen as too controversial for the entire country; Integration likely is not. Thank you for being my guest.

“Thank you for hosting me and allowing me a platform to address the public with.”



»»06.09.2024.««‹×»»Issue: The Third Domestic Digital Revoluton

Effects of the Constitutional Act on workplace reorganisation (Economic)

Re-introduction of anti-trust laws:

The specific situations mainly revolve around the Acts’ re-introduction of anti-trust laws. A secondary motivator for these developments likely has to do with yesterdays’ publication of the Agorport Stock Exchange list. Finally, RAFI’s reporter revealing details regarding the countrys’ overall infrastructure definitely inspired the main initiator (PrototAutomaton) for the public beta release of these endeavors.

Protot-Automatons public beta release of an upgraded “NAPA-OS XX” featuring an “MFSNSS” file system:

Protot-Automaton has announnced the release of a public beta upgrade for the mainly-used end-user Operating System (NAPA-OS). It’s main feature is the Multiple File System within Single File Systems architecture, which they style as “MFSNSS”:
“A single digital data storage device, or computer, will use the existing hardware as a single partition; Now with attributes capable of accessing a ‘shared pool’ of free blocks, thus supporting several large file systems with different attributes.”
“These will be readable, and upon desire from the user, writtable to. Different attributes of the ‘shared pool’ blocks are configurable to the end-user.”

ENGeN announces the release of “new generation” Ball Grid Array SSDs:

For use in embedded systems, ENGeN announced today that they will begin shipping BGA SSDs to distributors, expected to be available on retail by the 17th of June. Main advantages are said to be:
“Direct soldering onto the computers’ motherboard, small chip size-offering compact sub-systems compatible with NAPA-OS XX, and lower power consumption, thus longevity.”

MXCHA, ENGeN’s competitor, announces “Linear Tape Open Drives” retail availability; announcing “Serpentine Tape Drives” alongside:

Pretty much an hour following ENGeN’s announcement, MXCHA made a public statement and mailed their users LTOD’s becoming availableto most retail stores already on the 10th, which also includes the Linear Tape File System (LTFS); with:

“NAPA-OS XX–compatible, yet BGA SSD non-reliant Serpentine Tape Drives retail release by the 16th
MXCHA additionally cited that:
“In combinaion, the LTOD’s LTFS can be installed on most computers as the main component, with the Serpentine Tape Drives accessing Protot-Automatons additional MFSNSS systems, through physically separate units, via the SSH.”

Peeress Madison Edwards, the Lead Director of the AID, is critical of PrototAutomatons advancements:

She said that: “Open beta access to an untested NAPA-OS XX expects the end-user to be overly-cautious or tech-savvy enough not to endanger their private data.”

Furthermore, Edwards stated: “The MFSNSS file system, which is the main selling point of PrototAutomatons new OS, doesn’t take into account consumer rights. Since it demands upgraded components, which the consumer must additionally pay for.”

Interestingly, Peeress Edwards hadn’t commented on ENGeN BGA SSD’s nor MXCHA’s LTOD:LTFS+Serpentine Tape System announcements; Which are the ones making the new components.



»»18.06.2024.««‹×»»Issue: Nobilitys' Public Property

PrototAutomatons NAPA-OS-XX “NUS” generated copyrighting given a “legal opinion” (Judiciary, Class Economy, Granhalia)

On Granhalia as a property:

Context is vital to be given here. Granhalia is the oldest, initially private company, who consists of Agricultural production (performed exclusively on land owned by the Peerage) and distribution of the produce (performed exclusively by the Earldom).
It enjoys explicit monopoly rights in these areas. This has been court practice only upon Ordinance on Peerage Monopoly on Arms was enacted. It turned Granhalia into a public property and all lands of the Earls into a public property. This was a compromise between the Nobility and the P3 Coalition.
Profit generates by Granhalia is subject to being strictly annually allocated by 70% to the Available Budget of Nasphilitae, with 20% reserved for purchasing advancements, and 10% reserved for covering distribution costs. Its’ employees consists mainly of the “Blue Collar Manual Labour Class”.
Importantly, the Nobility (specifically the Peerage) is known for (willingly) allocating further private funds generated by any other means towards providing specifically private Mandatorian education to the children of their employees, most which enroll into The “Noble-Exclusive” RANASA.

AmpoChems Legal Advisory Request:

AmpoChem is a private company specialising in the biochemical production of food processing and industrial production of its needed instruments. After Dawson Ernst, the Grand Duke and Head of State had used NAPA-OS-XX’s…whatever it is, “NUS”, to generate a new coss-breeding of mushrooms (which also happen to yield a high amount of muscimols – the ingredient used in NaspoBarbs and NaspoZolpis by another company);
AmpoChem requested a "non-binding legal opinion from the Royal Court on the legality of copy-righting NUS-generated inventions".

Royal Courts Legal Opinion: Any copyrighting done, by Granhalia, or towards Granhalias owners from other entities, is strictly illegal.

The legal opinion as given by High Royal Jutice W. Erick:

UNDERSTANDING of Granhalia's complex historical circumstances and its vital function in the area of public interest;
ALSO noting that any coercion done to Granhalia's owners or employees OR done to the Grand Duke while they serve that office;
MINDFUL of recent possible changes which might cause the legal conventions and statutes to change, particularly the Biochemical Industrialisation performed during David Innsbolt; and KEEPING in mind that ALL SUCH ENTITIES were given the status of PUBLIC property;

Context of the Nasphiliti Class System:

As said many times before, Nasphilitae recognises three types of property ownership:

  1. Private
  2. State (Including: National-level Public Offices but not any Regional nor Local Public Offices; Courts; The Royal Mint; And other).
  3. Public (Including: Granhalia, “free lands”, “granted lands”, “granted funds” and Worker Cooperatives, AKA companies which have mainly recently emerged during Innsbolts ISI-Reindustrialisation).

It also, officially, recognises the following classes. HOWEVER, the classes are based on median yearly income per household citizen. It does NOT take into account Regional nor Local disparities in wealth, which are much more dominant in Nasphilitae.

  1. The Nobility
  2. The Old Industrialist Class (only a few remain, such as Free Port Cities, old PIC owners, long-lasting Bank families…)
  3. The New Industrial Class (private property owners and/or stake-holders since the Ordinance on Peerage Monopoly on Arms).
  4. The Managerial Class (Including, well, us as the media; artists; the Clergy apparently; Academians such as those in the IaN project; a lot of past careers in the current politicians).
  5. The Blue-Collar Manual Labour Class (Most interestingly including David Innsbolt formerly).
  6. The Lumpenproletariat.

Vertical class mobility is very versatile and an established practice in Nasphilitae. It stems from “Conventional Norms” (cultural values) in the virtues of Education and Collectivism.

The former manifested itself as a reaction to Nasphilitae never OFFICIALLY recognising the concept of a “nation”, other than in the naming of the “National Registry”, which does not conduct ethnicity.
The latters’ source is not agreed upon yet, as the Axiology project by Bartlett and Greene has yet to finish Part I, where the mere foundations of deep culture is set.