Couldn't Spain, Galicia and Castilla y León (plus any others that want to) negotiate to unify into one country? It would make for an excellent platform for the eventual recolonization of the interior of Spain. Milarqui, The Spaniard 08:36, April 24, 2012 (UTC)
Post in one spot next time.
Galicia is recognized internally, internationally, and by Spain, as being independent. The very thought of such a thing would be nuts to them. Virtually the same applies for Asturias.
The Confederación Iberica consists of dictatorships and far-right nationalists.
The smaller states are dictatorships.
Castilla y León fights Asturias and Galicia on occasion, and is a union of three dictatorships. Neither of the other two would ever work with them.
And the Republic of Spain would never go along with it.
Lordganon 09:17, April 24, 2012 (UTC)
Sorry for changing a few words so that the sentences actually made some sense. Next time, I'll ask for permission to un-butcher the article, OK?. Milarqui, The Spaniard (talk) 14:23, September 14, 2012 (UTC)
Really? That is what you got out of that?
You changed the names of several things outright.
That is one heck of a lot more than "changing a few words."
Drop the attitude.
You will find that, apart from the grammar mistakes and the reorganization of sentences so that they were correct, nothing has been changed. Hope there is a good reason for you to give me if you choose to change it. Milarqui, The Spaniard (talk) 14:56, September 14, 2012 (UTC)
Again, you failed to only change the grammar and structure. But I fixed the problems this time
Arstar, actually look at the changes next time, please.
LG, can you give me one reason why I should continue to work on this tineline? If every incredibly rude remark you make is true, my very presence is damaging to canon and I should be banned from the site. I read the changes and thus I commented. I would have to be a moron to comment on something I didnt read.
If anything needs to stop it is your atrocious superiority complex that has driven away most of the timelines respected editors. At the very least be a little nicer for Gods sake. Arstar talk 04:00, September 15, 2012 (UTC)
Going to make those claims again, huh? That is what needs to stop.
And yes, you do comment on, or do, things without reading them. Rather often, actually. Can think of, including this, four cases in which you did that.
Nor have I driven anyone away. You, however, have.
Now, past that? You're a great worker, and contributor. And you should stay around. Heck, despite your attitude and behavior, I've fought for your right to stay and work on it. Not that you've noticed.
Potential ADC Membership?
Considering that it is on good terms with the Celtic Allaince and Portugal, and does have relations with Spain, I wonder if Galicia has or is applying for memberships with the Atlantic Defence Community? ~Mikelima777
I get that Galicia must be pretty decentrelized due to the difficulties of maintaining a strong central power in post-Doomsday Europe, but to the point of being considered a federal republic? It makes more sense that Galicia is (at least in the modern times) an unitary republic where the Xuntas Locais have some moderate administrative autonomy (keeping a good deal of the taxes, managing local resources like forests or mines, etc.).