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Gjorka, officially the Federation of Gjorka, is a country located in southern Ostlandet. Gjorka borders the Almanople Sea to the East, Ajakanistan to the west, Zloveshchiy to the North, and New Gandor to the south. Gjorka is home to 70 million people as of 2020, making it the 11th most populated in the world and fifth most populated in Ostlandet. Gjorka's capital is located in Gjorka City while it's largest city is Nomakoa. Gjorka spans 910,789 square miles and consists of 11 districts.

Gjorka's gdp of ₵1.1 trillion credits makes it the 11th largest economy in the world, and it's GDP per capita of ₵53,016 credits make Gjorkans the 3rd wealthiest citizens by average. The currency of Gjorka is the pón. This economic growth was experienced following the fifty years of peace experienced following the fall of the military government and the end of the Gjorkan Resistance. Gjorka is a presidential republic headed by the President of Gjorka, Carter Morris, and balanced by a unicameral legislative branch, the National Assembly.

The First Kingdom of Gjorka was founded in 640 A.D following the union of the Kingdom of Jor and Kingdom of Gior. The First Kingdom was the first government to unify the whole of Gjorka and lasted until 725 A.D. The First Kingdom was succeeded by a Second and Third Kingdom. However, by the Third Kingdom the Monarchy had grown significantly corrupt and greedy. The ruiling monarch, Quintin III, tried to challenge the powerful Merchant class of Gjorka resulting in the First Gjorkan Civil War. Following the Merchant victory in the civil war, the First Gjorkan Republic was established and monarchism left Gjorka. The First Republic faced many challenges including the feuding between the ruling Merchant class and working Commoner class. Following the victory of a Pro-Commoner party in the 1850 election, the High Court of Gjorka banned the Commoners and dissolved the legislature. Eventually after 70 years of judicial tyranny and economic collapse resulted in the Second Gjorkan Civil War where Revolutionaries tried to overthrow the government. They succeeded resulting in the Second Gjorkan Republic, however the Revolutionary military had taken over the government resulting in a military dictatorship. Following a long resistance, the military dictatorship was dissolved in the Second Blue Revolution and democracy restored to Gjorka with the Third Gjorkan Republic. However, this new republic was unstable and collapsed following the corrupt presidency of Rick Milhous. Thus leading to the founding of the current Federation of Gjorka.

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The Gjorkan National Armed Forces is the military responsible for the protection of Gjorka. The Armed Forces consist of the Gjorkan Ground Forces, Gjorkan Naval Forces, the Gjorkan Aerial Forces, and the Gjorkan Special Forces. They are apart of the Department of Armed Defense, with the president acting as the commander-in chief in their role as National Defender of Gjorka. The Gjorkan Armed Forces consists of 176,890 divided amongst the four branches along with 679,000 reserve personnel. Gjorka's armed forces personnel are considered some of the highest skilled in the world. The Gjorkan Military does not accept volunteers like other nations. All active personnel must complete four years of education, and training at one of Gjorka's Service Academies. However, before the can apply they must meet certain criteria such as being at peak physical level, as well as meeting highly restrictive height/weight standards. Once completing their education, volunteers join the ranks of active personnel. Reserve personnel are much less restrictive, and is considered a part time job. However, they are often called in to assist police force such as in the case of the Cavalry Guard. Read more...
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Gjorkans protesting during the Second Blue Revolution
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John Arthur Supreme, better known as High King Weelington (born 30 April 1975), is a Gjorkan comedian and satirical politician. Supreme legally changed his name to High King Weelington in 2001 which began his role as a satirical politician. He rose to national attention in 2006 following the Laura Samille Scandal where he began a write-in campaign for the 2006 Gjorkan Presidential Election running under the controversial motto "I may hate kids, but at least I don't fuck them!" He joined Gjorka United in 2007 following the election of Joseph Marcos, and painted himself as "a man who is willing to support our troops when Marcos won't!" and ran again in the 2011 Gjorkan Presidential Election. In 2011, he joined the National Social Party under the promise that he was the "good fascist" and "only think most foreigners should die." He was banned from the party in 2015 causing him to found the The Ban Orphans Party, the name coming from his slogans against Joe Wallace. He has since run in the 2016 and 2021 presidential election with the party. Read more...
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The 1917 Gjorkan Coup d'etat occurred in Gjorka on February 1, 1917. The coup was orchestrated by Éamon de Valera in response to complaints from the Socialist Bloc of the Revolutionary Assembly over Valera's brutal crackdown on anti-war protestors. Using soldiers pulled from the frontline to quell the protests in the early morning of February 1 he secure control of Louth, and secure control over the Assembly building following a brief skirmish. Valera announced the suspension of the Assembly, and the Arrest of all members of the Socialist Bloc for treason. However, in the chaos over securing the assembly caused a number of socialist leaders to escape and organize communist militias and organize a counter-coup against Valera. Intense fighting began in the early afternoon, and by nightfall most of the communist militias had either been defeated or had fled with the remainder of the socialist bloc. In response to this coup, the remaining socialist leaders formed a rival government in Nomakoa entering them into the Second Gjorkan Civil War. Read more...
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