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Bureque

Create-a-Country Project, Mullen A2
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Teresa Denker

on 23 May 2013

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Peace Anthem Lyrics I do what I want, when I want, and how I want
Ain't nobody gonna' live like 1555
Doin' what is best for me, now that is what is truly free
No one's gonna' stop, endless riches in our pockets
We be chillin' with the villains and their off-the-hizzieness Video Motto Explanation The motto basically encompasses the national philosophy of Büreque. Everyone is for him or herself. No one is allowed to restrict another without permission or being the parent/legal guardian (if the person is under 16). The government also tries to infringe upon the rights of the people as little as possible. Only doing so in case of national security or overall harmony within the country. Bill of Rights 1. No Denying of anyof the Following Rights
2. Religious and Political Freedom
3. Right to Responsible Weapon Ownership and Usage
4. Right to Privacy unless it threatens the Union
5. Right to Possession
6. Right to Free trade
7. Right of Production
8. Right of Consumption
9. Right to a Speedy Public Trial
10. Right to Appeal to High Court in extreme cases
11. Right to No Extreme Punishments or Fines
12. Right to Break Laws on Catharsis Ten
13. Right of Protection/Denial Crimes and Punishments Drug Abuse
1st offense- 6 months jail, 30 days community service, court-mandated drug rehab
2nd offense- 1 year jail, 60 days community service
3rd offense- 3 years in jail (and add on a year for each offense)
Driving while Intoxicated Drug Abuse Violations
1st offense- 6 months jail, 30 days community service, court-mandated rehab
2nd offense- 90 days jail, 60 days community service
3rd offense- 3 years in jail
Driving while Intoxicated
1st offense- 48 hours jail, 15 days community service
2nd offense- 90 days jail, 30 days community service
3rd+ offenses- 1 year to previous offenses
Property Crime
1st offense- 30 days jail, 100 hours community service
Each offense after- +30 days jail, 100 hours community service
Larceny-theft
1st offense- 72 hours jail
2nd offense- 10 days jail, 30 hours community service
3rd offense- 30 days jail, 60 hours community service
Assault
1st offense- 7 days jail, mandatory seminar
2nd offense- 60 days jail, 30 days helping person you assaulted
3rd offense- 1 year in prison
Disorderly Conduct
1st offense- 48 hours jail
2nd offense- no buying alcohol for 30 days
3rd offense- 120 days in jail
Liquor Laws
1st offense- lose liquor license for 30 days
2nd offense- lose liquor license for 90 days
3rd offense- lose liquor business and 1 year in jail
Violent Crime
1st offense- 8 years jail, 5 year parole
2nd offense- 17 years jail, 7 year parole
3rd offense- 25 years jail, 10 year parole
Drunkenness
1st offense- 24 hour jail, court-mandated AA
2nd offense- 72 hour jail, court-mandated rehab
3rd offense+- 1 year jail Aggravated Assault
1st offense- 30 day jail, anger management
2nd offense- 90 days jail, anger management again
3rd offense- 1 year jail
Burglary
1st offense- 48 hour jail, 15 day community service
2nd offense- 30 day jail
3rd offense- 90 day jail
Vandalism
1st offense- 30 day jail, fix vandalism
2nd offense- 90 days jail, fix other vandalization
3rd offense- 180 day jail, community service
Fraud
1st offense- pay back money fraud, not payable- raise money/work it off with community service
2nd offense- 90 day jail, pay back what you owe+interest/community service to pay amount back
3rd offense- 2 years jail, community service to pay back what you owe with compound interest
Weapons Violation
1st offense-lose license for 30 days, $300
2nd offense- lose license for 60 days, $500
3rd offense- 30 day community service, lose license for 90 days
Curfew and Loitering
1st offense- $250
2nd offense- ankle monitor with travelable area with curfew- if broken, $500
3rd offense- house arrest
Robbery
1st offense- return stolen goods, 30 day jail
2nd offense- 180 day jail, community service for whomever you victimized
3rd offense- 1 year jail, community service
Offenses against Family and Children
1st offense- $750
2nd offense- 30-270 day probation depending on brutality
3rd offense- 10 year prison
Stolen Property
1st offense- 1 year prison, return stolen property
2nd offense- 2 year prison, return stolen property
3rd offense- 3 year prison, return stolen property
Motor Vehicle Theft
1st offense- 180 day prison, return stolen motor vehicle
2nd offense- 360 day prison, return stolen motor vehicle
3rd offense- 720 day prison, return stolen motor vehicle
Forgery and Counterfeiting
1st offense- 2 year jail
2nd offense- 3 year jail
3rd offense-6 year maximum security prison Catharsis Ten sdfdfsdf People The ten young revolutionaries that helped end World War II, and founded our country. Holiday One day out of the year where there are no laws and everyone fends for themselves. A lot of the citizens decide to relinquish all of their pent-up energy on this day instead of the rest of the year. It makes the country know when to expect major attacks on major areas and enables them to prepare themselves more than a random attack. Ever since we have implemented the holiday in our country, we have seen a significant drop in crime for the rest of the year and less people in jail. Education One Math- To learn how to tell time, numbers up to 100, shapes, subtraction and multiplication
English- Writing
Science- Life science, planets, scientific investigations
Development- Becoming socially active, games, etc.
Fine Arts- Sample each fine art (theatre, art, choir, orchestra, band, piano, etc.)
Reading- Learn how to read simple sentences and alphabet
Physical Education- recess, to have fun and play with friends Two Math- Addition/ Subtraction, Geometry, Fraction, Dimensions
English- Writing, Grammar and Vocabulary
Science- Life science, properties of matter, weather, cycles, animals, scientific investigations
Development- Becoming more socially active, games, etc.
Fine Arts- Sample each fine art (theatre, art, choir, orchestra, band, piano, etc.
Reading- Learn to read short books
Physical Education- recess, to have fun and play with friends Four English- Grammar and Vocabulary, Creative Writing, Spelling
Development- Tutoring and extra help once a week
Fine Arts- Choice of one or two fine arts to pursue
Reading- Ability to read more complicated books
Physical Education- Exploration into Sports
History- Learn the history of our country and others that relate to our country
Foreign Language- Learn the basics of boinglish Six Development- Tutoring and extra help once a week
Math- Geometry, Graphs, variables, equations of shapes, area and perimeter
English- Grammar and Vocabulary, Nonfiction writing, Figurative Language
Geography- Learn the physical geography of Bureque and other countries
Physical Education- Exploration into Sports
Fine Arts- Choice of one or two fine arts to pursue
Foreign Language- Learn the basics of French, German, Italian, Latin, or ASL Eleven Math- Pre Calculus
English- Advanced grammar, vocabulary, writing, and reading skills
Science- Physical Science or More Biology, Chemistry or Physics
Physical Education- Sports or other exercise
Fine Arts- Choice of one or two fine arts to pursue
Career- Internship-like
Foreign Language- Advanced Language (2nd/3rd/4th year) or a year of a new language
Extra Math- Applied Mathematics, Geometry
Extra Science- Life Science or More Biology, Chemistry, or Physics
Extra English- Journalism, Creative Writing, etc.
Work Dismissal- Allowed to leave school early or arrive late for work purposes Tests One End of 7th year
Reviews materials to see if student needs help in a subject End of 11th year
Ensures student is prepared for quarternary work Private Schools School Levels 1-3 Primary School
4-7 Secondary School
8-11 Tertiary School College Not regulated or funded by government and optional for our citizens Two 10 privates schools per region (50 in our entire country)
Not regulated nor funded by government Economy Economic System Basics Currency Economy Free-enterprise system
7% sales tax
5% tariff on imports
Regional government can propose property tax up to or equal to 2% No tangible currency
Each citizen has their own electronic debit pack
Debit packs have the amount of BSDs the person has
BSD= Bureque State Dollar
Purchase: Scan debit pack, Apply Taxes, Fingerprint, Transfer Currency
Electronic Treasury handles the system and currency exchange with other countries Average income per household: $26,114 USD and $42,000 (BSD)
Government generates 19,980,480 USD per year
65%- Council of Citizen Issue
Distributed to Regional Governments to pay for education and other need
Remaining 35%
Arch Instates (1%), High Court of Crime (4%), Electronic Treasury (7%), Militia (23%)
Primary Exports
Copper, Oil, Coal, Natural Gas, Mediterranean Crops, Automobiles, Grain, Wood, Drugs, Wine Büreque prides itself on it’s strong military, as it has been so successful in conquering other countries. Currently, it is in a peaceful state and to keep it this way, Büreque has restricted foreign alliances to solely trade alliances.
However, several countries still feel tensions with it because of it’s radical past. For this reason, Büreque always stays on the peak of military innovation and is constantly strengthening the forces. The military is divided into 3 branches, the National Guard, Special Ops, and the Armed Forces. The National Guard deals with border controls and front-line defense. Special Ops is the equivalent of Navy Seals in the U.S. The Armed Forces consists of 3 subsections, the Maritime Forces (like the Navy) and the Armed Corps (which is like the Army), and the Air Attack and Protection Forces .
Büreque based some of its military technology on that of the United States. Büreque utilizes A2 Deuces, MK48s, and several Gulf War era tanks. For air power, F18s, F16s, and drones are commonly used. Historically, Büreque also used B52 Mustang Bombers. Also, Apaches, Hueys, and Vipers, Ospreys, and Chinooks are common aircraft. In terms of firearms, M16s are standard issue to the Armed Corps. Other firearms are specific to individual soldier’s preferences.
There are several military colleges and programs that are encouraged and expected to be utilized by soldiers. Boot and other training camps are provided by the branches of the military for free to newly enlisted soldiers. Military Language BOING and GIBBERISH Sports Rules At the start of the game, volunteers from each team engage in a game of ROCK PAPER SCISSORS LIZARD SPOCK to determine who has initial possession of the ball.
The game starts with all players huddled around the center point.
You move the ball from one place to another by passing it between you and your teammates.
When you have the ball in your personal possession, you can not walk or change location in any other manner.
If the ball touches the ground, the team that touched it last may not pick it up.
To regain possession of the ball, intercept passes made by the other team or pick the ball up off of the ground if the other team dropped it.
If you are found in a situation where you can’t pass the ball to your teammates, you are allowed to throw it against a player of an opposing team and hopes it bounces before it touches you again or they catch it.
Whenever a member of the opposing team intercepts your ball, they are allowed one spike pass immediately afterward in order to restart the flow of the game.
A spike pass is whenever you throw the ball against the ground really hard and has to go above ten feet for it to count.
Whenever a spike pass is thrown, all members of the opposing team must stand back from the ball by at least 3 feet until the ball is caught or hits the ground.
One may not rip the ball out of somebody elses hands.
Tackling, harming, or sabotaging the other team (although is incredibly fun), is banned. If such action takes place, the possession of the ball should be transferred to the team that did not break the rules. QUESTIONS? Slack ball At the start of the game, volunteers from each team engage in a game of ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS, LIZARD, SPOCK to determine who has initial possession of the ball.
The game starts with all players huddled around the center point.
You move the ball from one place to another by passing it between you and your teammates.
When you have the ball in your personal possession, you can not walk or change location in any other manner.
If the ball touches the ground, the team that touched it last may not pick it up.
To regain possession of the ball, intercept passes made by the other team or pick the ball up off of the ground if the other team dropped it.
If you are found in a situation where you can’t pass the ball to your teammates, you are allowed to throw it against a player of an opposing team and hopes it bounces before it touches you again or they catch it.
Whenever a member of the opposing team intercepts your ball, they are allowed one spike pass immediately afterward in order to restart the flow of the game.
A spike pass is whenever you throw the ball against the ground really hard and has to go above ten feet for it to count.
Whenever a spike pass is thrown, all members of the opposing team must stand back from the ball by at least 3 feet until the ball is caught or hits the ground.
One may not rip the ball out of somebody elses hands.
Tackling, harming, or sabotaging the other team (although is incredibly fun), is banned. If such action takes place, the possession of the ball should be transferred to the team that did not break the rules. Rule Object of game: To beat the opposing team by getting the ball into your endzone 5 times before they can get the ball into their endzone 5 times. History
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