The True Divided Nation - An Alternate North America

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  1. Ferd42 Well-Known Member

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  2. Arthur Marston Well-Known Member

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    That's...pretty insensitive to all the non-famous people on board and their families. I find it hard to believe that the BBC would be that crass.
     
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  3. Gabzcervo Timeline raises FAQs

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    Anyone would be interested in our collaborative worldbuilding project?

    Anyone needs to help in creating a flagmap of US states since I was hard to do or making the flagmap of US states would be tough?
     
  4. Red Arturoist Napoleon II. - Marxist-Arturoist-Trałkaist Donor

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    Here is a map of the Alternate Future History timeline Under His Saviours' Cross and Sword. The map depicts the world on September 25, 2089, twenty years after the end of World War II:

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  5. Threadmarks: 2019 Social Democratic presidential primaries and caucuses

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    2019 Social Democratic Party presidential primaries and caucuses were a series of electoral contests and nominations organized by the Social Democratic Party to select the 4,051 delegates to the Social Democratic National Convention held July 22-25 and determine the nominee for the President of the United States in the 2019 U.S. presidential election. The elections took place within all fourty-third U.S. states and three major extraterritories outside Earth and occured between February 1st to June 14th of the year of our lord, 2019.

    A total of six major candidates entered the race starting April 20, 2018, when senator from New Netherland, social democrat, and feminist Judith Merkies formally announced third bid for the presidency. She was followed by Missourian Senator Émilie Chalas, Senator of Aztlan Fátima Báñez, Governor of New Netherland Christine Quinn, Minnesotan Senator Amelia Klobuchar, Oregon Senator Jay Inslee, Mayor of Nijmegen Kyrsten Sinema, Mayor of Las Vegas Steven Horsford, and Connecticut Senator Ned Lamont. A draft movement was started to encourage Luzon Senator Risa Hontiveros to seek the presidency, but unfortunately Hontiveros declined to run. Inslee, Lamont, and Horsford had withdrawn prior to the February 1st, 2019 Iowa Friday caucuses.
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  6. CalBear Your Ursus arctos californicus Moderator Moderator Donor

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    Does not appear to be a map or AH graphic.
     
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  7. InfernoMole hook, line and sinker

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    Okay, okay, sorry.
     
  8. InfernoMole hook, line and sinker

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    Wait.

    How come Khanna lost his own state's primary?
     
  9. Threadmarks: 2019 Liberal Party presidential primaries and caucuses

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    Any questions and comments?
     
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  10. Threadmarks: Adirondack Herald: 03/19/19

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  11. InfernoMole hook, line and sinker

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    @Gabzcervo?
     
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  12. Arthur Marston Well-Known Member

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    It never hurts to be patient.:neutral:
     
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  13. Red Arturoist Napoleon II. - Marxist-Arturoist-Trałkaist Donor

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    Normally I would agree. But here, I agree with @InfernoMole as @Gabzcervo seems to be actively ignoring the question.
     
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  14. Gabzcervo Timeline raises FAQs

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    I'm too busy right now.
     
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  15. Gabzcervo Timeline raises FAQs

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    Let me clear of your question: The state's primaries hadn't yet done and still ongoing.
     
  16. InfernoMole hook, line and sinker

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    Oh, so it's ongoing. I apologize, then.
     
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  17. Arthur Marston Well-Known Member

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    Most of us have lives outside this site. It's kind of rude to assume someone hasn't replied to you because they're ignoring you.
     
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  18. Red Arturoist Napoleon II. - Marxist-Arturoist-Trałkaist Donor

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    List of Presidents of the United States of America:

    1784-1790: Benjamin Franklin (I- PA)

    1784 def: George Clinton (AF-AD)
    1790-1801: Karel Benedik (F-AD)
    1796 def: Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA)
    1801-1805: Alexander Hamilton (DR-PA)
    1800 def: Karel Benedik (F-AD)
    1805-1809: Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA)
    1804 def: Alexander Hamilton (DR-PA)
    Charles Pinckey (F-SC)
    1809-1817: James Madison (DR-VA)
    1808 def: Charles Pinckey (F-SC)
    1812 def: DeWitt Clinton (F-SC)
    1817-1825: James Monroe (DR-VA)
    1816 def: Rufus King (F-NN)
    1820 def:
    1825-1829: John Quincy Adams (DR-MA)
    1824 def: Andrew Jackson (DR-TN)
    William H. Crawford (DR-GA)
    Henry Clay (DR-KY)
    1829-1837: Andrew Jackson (D-TN)
    1828 def: John Quincy Adams (NR-MA)
    1832 def: Henry Clay (NR-KY)
    John Floyd (NF-VA)
    William Wirt (AM-MD)
    1837: Marten van Buren (D-NN) *
    1836 def: William Harrison (W-OH)
    Hugh White (W-TN)
    Daniel Webster (W-MA)
    Willie P. Magnum (W-NC)
    1837-1841: William Henry Harrison (W-OH)
    1841-1845: Richard M. Johnson (W-KY)

    1840 def: John Quincy Adams (NR-MA)
    James G. Birney (L-KY)
    1845-1849: James K. Polk (D-TN)
    1844 def: Henry Clay (W-KY)
    James G. Birney (L-KY)
    1849-1850: Zachary Taylor (W-LO) *
    1848 def: Lewis Class (D-MI)
    Charles Francis Adams (FS-MA)
    1850-1853: Daniel Webster/Millard Fillmore (W-KY)
    1853-1857: Franklin Pierce (D-NH)

    1828 def: Daniel Webster (W-MA)
    1857-1861: James Buchanan (D-PA)
    1856 def: John C. Fremont (R-CA)
    Millard Filmore (KN-AD)
    1861-1863: Gijsbert Westhuizen (FS - NN) **
    1860 def: John C. Breckinridge (SD-KY) [1]
    John Bell (CU-TN)
    Stephen Douglas (ND-IL)
    1863-1865: Abraham Lincoln (FS - IL)
    1865-1869: Ulysses S. Grant (DU - IL)

    1864 def: George B. McClellan (D-NN)
    1869-1877: Benjamin Wade (DU-OH)
    1868 def: Horatio Seymour (FS-NN)
    1872 def: Horace Greeley (LR-NN)
    1877-1885: Samuel J. Tilden (FS-NN)
    1876 def: Samuel J. Tilden (DU-NN)
    1880 def: Winfield S. Hancock (DU-PA)
    1885-1889: Grover Cleveland (DU-NN)
    1884 def: James G. Blaine (R-ME)
    1889-1897: Chauncey Depew (FS - NN)
    1888 def: Grover Cleveland (DU-NN)
    1892 def: Grover Cleveland (DU-NN)
    James B. Weaver (P-IA)
    1897-1901: William McKinley (DU-OH) **
    1896 def: William Jennings Bryan (FS-NE)
    1896 def: William Jennings Bryan (FS-NE)
    1901-1909: Theodore Roosevelt (DU-NN)
    1904 def: Nelson A. Miles (FS-MA)
    Eugene Debs (S-IN)
    1909-1913: William Howard Taft (FS - OH)
    1908 def: John A. Johnson (DU - MN)
    Eugene Debs (S-IN)
    1913-1921: Theodore Roosevelt (P-NN)
    1912 def: William Howard Taft (FS-OH)
    Eugene Debs (S-IN)
    1916 def: Eugene Debs (S-IN)
    Charles Evan Hughes (FS-AD)
    1921-1929: Eugene Debs (S-IN)/Charles Ruthenberg (S-OH)
    1920 def: James M. Cox (FS-OH)
    Warren G. Harding (DU-OH)
    Parley P. Christensen (FL-DS)
    1924 def: Robert M. La Follette Sr. (P-WI)
    John W. Davis (FL - AP)
    Martijn Woerdman (VNP-NN)
    1929-1933: Earl Browder (S-NN)/William Z. Foster (S-MA)
    1928 def: Al Smit (P-NN)
    Herbert Hoover (L-IA)
    1933-1950: Charles de Gaulle (C-IN)/Francisco Franco (C-MI)
    Second Constitutional Convention of 1934-1935

    1932 def: Buzz Windrip (P-IL)/Moses Adamant (P-WB)
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (S-NN)
    Herbert Hoover (L-IA)
    1936 def: Al Smith (P-NN)
    Manuel L. Quezon (L-AD)
    Jose Rizal (FL-CA)
    1940 def: Al Smit (P-NN)
    Thomas E. Dewey (SD-NN)
    1944 def: Thomas E. Dewey (SD-NN)
    1950-1955: Thomas E. Dewey (SD-NN)/Norman Thomas (SD-OH)
    1949 def: Harold Stassen (CD-MN)
    Henry Wallace (P-CT)
    Harry Truman (FL-OH)
    1955-1960: Dwight D. Eisenhower (CD-PA)/Christian Herter (CD-MA)
    1954 def: Adlai Stevenson (SD-IL)
    Estes Kefauver (P-MD)
    Willem Drees (VNP-MA)
    1960-1970: John F. Kennedy (SD-MA)/Wayne Morse (SD-WH)
    1960 def: Nelson Rockefeller (CD-NN)
    Stuart Symington (P-MO)
    Victor Marijnen (VNP-CA)
    1964 def: Nelson Rockefeller (F-NN)
    Diosdado Macapagal (P-LZ)
    Hubert Humphrey (FL-OH)
    Barry Goldwater (NU-AZ)
    Piet de Jong (VNP-CA)
    1970-1975: Edson Arantes do Nascimento (L-IL)/Manuel Francisco dos Santos (L-MA)
    1969 def: Robert F. Kennedy (SD-NN)
    Joaquin Balaguer (P-SD)
    Sergio Osmena, Jr. (FL-LZ)
    1975-1980: Leonidas Proaño (SD-NN)/Sargent Shriver (SD-MD)
    1974 def: Toni Turek (C-NN)
    Ronald Reagan (F-CA)
    William Tolbert (P-LB)
    Ferdinand E. Marcos (FL-LZ)
    Dries van Agt (VNP-NN)
    Joaquin Balaguer (AFPU-SD)
    1980-1985: Robert F. Kennedy (SD-NN)/George McGovern (SD-DA)
    1979 def: Dries van Agt (C-NN)
    Benigno S. Aquino Jr. (P-LZ)
    Américo Tomás (NU-RI)
    Hans Wiegel (VNP-NN)
    Juan Bosch (PftR-SD)
    1985-1990: Geoff Hurst (L-PA)/Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (L-WI)
    1984 def: Robert F. Kennedy (SD-NN)
    Jacobo Maijluta (P-SD)
    Luis Artime (C-OH)

    Ronald Reagan (NU-PA)
    Hans Wiegel (VNP-NN)
    Michel Rocard (PftR-MO)
    1990-2000: Corazon Aquino (PG-LZ)/Al Gore (PG-AP)
    1989 def: Dries van Agt (C-NN)
    Nancy Pelosi (SD-CA)
    Hans Wiegel (VNP-NN)
    Joaquin Balaguer (PftR-SD)
    Karl Rove (NU-CO)

    1994 def: Carolyn B. Maloney (SD-NN)
    Steve Forbes (CD-NN)
    Wim Kok (VNP-NN)
    Juan Bosch (PftR-SD)
    2000-2005: Grzegorz Lato (C-ND)/Franz Beckenbauer (C-MD)
    1999 def: Al Gore (PG-AP)
    Lynn Rivers (SD-MI)
    Bruno Gollnisch (NU-MO)
    Dr. Jan Peter Balkenende (VNP-NN)
    Joseph Estrada (PftR-LZ)
    2005-2007: Barack Obama (SD-IL)/Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (PG-LB) **
    2004 def: Alan Keyes (CD-MD)
    Wesley Clark (PG-OH)
    Hans Wiegel (VNP-NN)
    Gloria Arroyo (PftR-LZ)
    Richard Scaife (NU-PA)

    2007-2010: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (PG-LB)/Biram Dah Abeid (PG-VT)
    2009 def: Carolyn B. Maloney (SD-NN)
    George W. Bush (CD-MA)
    Hans Wiegel (VNP-NN)
    Gloria Arroyo (PftR-LZ)
    Ann Coulter (NU-NN)

    2010-2015: Biram Dah Abeid (PG-VT)/Mutabar Tojiboeva (PG-OR)
    2009 def: Mitt Romney (CD-MA)
    Tom Vilsack (L-IA) [2]
    Joe Biden (SD-DE)
    Mark Rutte (VNP-CA)
    Leonel Fernandez (PftR-SD)
    Laura Ingraham (NU-CT)

    2015-2018: Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. (NU-LZ)/George Weah (CD-LB) ##
    2014 def: Kamala Harris (SD-CA)
    Biram Dah Abeid (PG-VT)
    Mike McFadden (CD-MN)
    Gary Johnson (L-AZ)
    Mark Rutte (VNP-CA)
    Loren Legarda (PftR-LZ)
    2018-present: Rohit Khanna (SD-CA)/Roberto O'Rourke (SD-AZ)
    [1] Mass walkouts of Southern Democrats
    [2] Libertarian
    [3] First President to die
    [4] Liberal
    * - Died in office
    ** - Assassination
    ## - ousted by vote of no confidence
     
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  19. Beta.003 Idk anymore, idk

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    Hamilton and Jefferson in the same party is ASB
     
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  20. Threadmarks: Major Political Parties in the United States

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