Danish And German Independence Now!

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Danish And German Independence Now!

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General Information
Country Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Founded August 2008
Dissolved November 2008 (est)
Congress Occupancy 0/40 seats, 0%
Succeeded By Danish Independence NOW
Orientation Center-Left

Danish and German Independence Now! was a political party in Sweden. After the independence of German territories, the party has split and been renamed as Danish Independence NOW.


The party believed that the Swedish occupation of the lands of Germany, Poland and Denmark is morally bankrupt. With the help of the Minorities from these countries and Swedish sympathizers, they plan on either peacefully or forcefully taking back their lands from what they call the "Swedish Occupying Force".

Despite this internationalist view the party was largely Dane-centric. Former Party Leader pho3nix wrote an article on the future of Denmark where he stated the following plan:

"The first thing that would happen to a free Denmark is the inauguration of her President – which logically will be Grev Per. We have discussed this matter within DGIN, but a non-competing state would probably not be feasible in the long run. During the first time however, a state of political concurrency must be enforced to get the country back on it's feet properly. Companies needs to get started, goods needs to get produced and money needs to start circulating. To enable the general Danish populace to start companies the party will try to start some kind of foundation from which the inhabitants can lend a starting capital at long term, low rate interest. The owners of the foundation will probably be the top politicians of DGIN, however this has more to do with activity than choosing people. I simply don't know how many active players we have in our party, but everyone is welcome to join the foundation.

The rag-tag band of freedom fighters known as DGIN.

One thing we cherish is our own market. Thus, we cannot accept a free trade between Denmark and Sweden from day 1. The Swedish market is in comparison too big, and would flood the Danish market with cheap goods – making the Danish companies unable to compete on fair terms. The Poles might have ignored this point in their agreement and accepted free trade between Poland and Sweden. The question is whether the Swedish companies will have any success in Poland (solidarity playing?) or if the Polish companies will have a hard time establishing in their own market. To completely out rule Sweden as a partner in trade is however not our plan. We will focus on establishing the local market before introducing supra-territorial trade.

Politically the party will probably split up in various factions. I have had plans to start a party of my own for some time, for one example. This discussion has not matured enough, since we have seen no concrete actions to liberate Denmark.

Denmark will also not try to enhance it's territory, but plan to keep it's status as a small country made of win. Freedom of alliance is something we would like to have – but we will of course sign a NAA- as well as an MPP-treaty with Sweden and her allies."