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If your nation didn't exist in 1900, you're not a real country.
Yes, that includes us Australians.
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>>106783763
What's that between Brazil and Peru?
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>>106784088
Republica de Acre.

It belonged to Bolivia officially but due to the rubber boom a bunch of Brazilians started moving there, the population of the territory was almost completely Brazilian so they started trying to secede from Bolivia and several separatist republic were established until it finally got incorporated into Brazil as a state.
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>>106784128
separatist republics*
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>>106784128
The perfidious monkey
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>>106784128
It's just like how the mutts seized Texas from Mexico.
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>It's just like how the mutts seized Texas from Mexico.
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>>106784335
I didn't imply it as a bad thing.
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>>106783763
>year 1900
>Union is called «Sweden»
>«Sweden» owns Jan Mayen and Svalbard
hmmm...
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>>106783763
>Mongolia is not a real country
feels bad
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>>106784284
Mexico invited settlers there though and then fucked shit up and caused them to revolt.
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>>106785893
>and then fucked shit up
>Mexican government: Slavery might be legal in the United States but it's not legal in Mexico, sorry, those slaves are freedmen now
>South*ids chimp out
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>>106785979
freemen*
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>>106785979
>implying Mexico didn't have tens of thousands of peasants living on haciendas in virtual servitude
Slavery was more illegal on paper than practice there.
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>>106786040
>Be an American gun nutter
>For some reason decide to immigrate to Mexico along with your gun collection including three AR-15, two Remington Hunting Rifles, one pump action shotgun, five Colt M1901s and six tactical dildos
>Turns out most of that stuff is illegal in Mexico
>Should I leave my guns in the US or should I just go back?
>Some Mexicans illegally own those things
>Eh, it should be fine
>Mexican government tells you that owning those things is illegal and you should disarm
>MUH MUDDAHFUGGING FREEDUMS HOW DARE YOU INFLICT UPON MUH SEKKUND AMENDMUNT REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>Engage in a shootout with the Mexican government
>Get shot
>US government invades Mexico for murdering an American citizen
Mutts will genuinely defend this
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Took me a few minutes to realize I was replying to 0n. Never mind.
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>>106786194
>any Colombian poster I don't like is 0n
I am not even 0n, this trend of immediately associating any Colombian flair with him really worries me.
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>>106783763
nice map dud
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>>106785893
That sums up how we got Acre from Bolivia.
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Acre became useless after WWII with the event of synthetic rubber.
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If you don't know the difference between a "nation", a "country", and a "state", then your opinion on any of those topics is worse than worthless.
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>>106786760
What's the difference between nation and state, senpai?
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>>106783763
>Finland
>The Gambia
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>>106786795
A nation is a group of people sharing the same ethnicity, language, culture, and history
A state is an official body that governs a territory
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>>106786858
>A nation is a group of people sharing the same ethnicity, language, culture, and history
I thought that was a country?
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>>106786868
A country is just a synonym for state
There are nation - states, but not all nations are states
For example; Hungry is a nation - state, it is inhabited and ruled by hungarians
Catalonia is a nation but it is not a state, it is not independent and ruled by catalans
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>>106786795
Not him, but as I have always understood it.

State: political entity that exerts sovereignty over a well defined territory.

Country: a group of people that have a shared sense of identity (culture, religion, language, ethnicity, etc), a nation is not necessarily a state (Kurdistan is a nation but not a state) and not all states are nations (Austria-Hungary)

>>106786959
The idea of nation is normally associated with that of nation-state most of the time.
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>>106786858
Right

>>106786868
Wrong

>>106786959
WRONG

>>106786984
Wrong about "country"
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>>106786868
Country are the international limits
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"sometimes used synonymously with" != "synonymous with"
Often synonymous usage is a result of confusion, not the proper usage of words.
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>>106783763
So Australia isn't real?
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>>106787013
Originally I wrote "state" where "country" is now but I was confused over how the terms change from Spanish to English.
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>>106784499
The union was run by us.

It’s not like you guys entered it willingly.
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>>106784088
they dont talk about that around here.
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>>106785979
>>106786152
Implying the Mexican government even had the power to influence its policy over that region. The Comanche literally ruled over all of Northern Mexico, the authority of the Mexico City government hardly extended more than 50 miles north of the city.



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