I am really honored to be here with you, the members of the Administrative Committee of one of the most important Collectives of our glorious country.
In the upcoming weeks you will notice small yet drastic changes in the daily life of our state taking place. Some thoughts and ideas that were accompanying us since the beginning of our very own existence as a state, have to be re-examined. Some of them have to be abandoned.
Let me be clear; Erustrovism, the thought that Helasia shall act more like a political movement rather than an actual state is proven wrong. Nikol Poha in a speech of hers stated that “Helasia will either be a significant factor in the micronational community, or it won’t exist at all”. And this is our basic doctrine, this is our basic goal. The doctrine of the Existence of Helasia as a significant factor, as the only socialist micronation in Hellenic grounds.
In order to achieve that goal, in order to turn this doctrine into a reality of our days we have to abolish Erustrovism and replace it with the Marxist – Leninist thought and idea. So yesterday morning, in a special session of the Central Committee of the Party we made this decision. The productivist thought and idea though shall not be removed. On the contrary, it shall be boosted by the Party and the society itself.
At this point Comrades, lies your responsibility. The Helasian Department of the Proletarian Truth has to show the necessity of such policies, to publish more ideological articles. I am sure that through these policies Socialism will get stronger in Helasia.
Earlier, Stefan Dor gave a special document of the early days of our state to the Premier. Specifically, comrade Dor gave the Administrative Act #01 which was signed right after the 30th of July events. The purpose of this document was to set the coat of arms and the flag of the state.
The Premier announced that documents like this shall be public in order to remember our identity.
“Helasia will either be an important factor in the intermicronational community, or it won’t exist at all“
During her inauguration, the new Premier of the Workers’ State, Nikol Poha, stated that:
“These days are dangerous for the micronational community, as it tries to establish new standards. Helasia has to realise that it will either be an important factor in the intermicronational community, or it won’t exist at all”.
We shall note at this point that the new government got a confidence vote of 3/5 in the Republican Workers’ Committee.