This should be removed, as it very clearly says it is not used by the Cyber Nations New Pacific Order. If the author wishes to have his works published, he should put them on the Nation States Wiki, NOT the Cyber Nations Wiki. Jonathan Brookbank 00:29, 23 July 2008 (UTC)

It also says However, a number of its central principles have been carried over and continue to form the basis of Francoism, and as such Proper Francoist Thought remains seen as a founding document of Pacifican political theory, philosophy and culture. So i'll leave it, it may not be direclty related to CN but it is an important document in the CN NPO.

Rishnokof 06:11, 23 July 2008 (UTC)

In that instance, it should be edited to fit Cyber Nations. Documents based on a game that from an "in universe" perspective does not exist should not be included in the CN Wiki. Jonathan Brookbank 12:56, 23 July 2008 (UTC)

I can tell that this is in no way a politically motivated move, Jonathan [roll eye smilie]. Proper Francoist Thought is the founding document of Francoism in so far as there can be said to be one, and as such is of the utmost importance to Francoism as we know it today. Not only is this true in the manner I stated in the article (as the basis for theory, philosophy, history and culture), but it is true to such an extent that without Proper Francoist Thought -- without NationStates Francoism -- there can be no CyberNations Francoism: they are inseparably linked. So no, I'm afraid your attempt to attack Francoism by placing Cybernations Francoism in an a-historical vacuum does not survive scrutiny. Soviestan 16:52, 24 July 2008 (UTC)

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