High Society

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High Society

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General Information
Country Flag-Israel.jpg Israel
Abbreviation HS
Newspaper eIsraeli American Ex-Pat Post
Organization The Irish Citizen Army - Israel
Colors Blue and White, Green
Founded 16 May, 2012
Dissolved 2012 (est)
Congress Occupancy 0 /37 seats, 0%
Orientation Far-Right
Ideology Libertarian

The High Society, or "HS," was a political party in Israel. It was originally founded as haHevra haGvoha – High Society by Amun Nefer[1], but the Hebrew portion of the name was later dropped. It had 52 members, and held 13 seats in the Knesset, making it the second largest party in Israel and giving the party the largest representation in the Knesset in June 2012. It is unsure when and why did party dissapeared, but it is believed it happened soon after.


"Maintaining Unity and Order"

Core Beliefs

The main focus of the party is to bring the squabbling masses under a tighter and more unified group which will be easier to control and to represent the members of the ICA - Israel MU. To that end, this party serves as a place for people of any and all backgrounds to take part in the political process so that they feel that they have a say in what is going on and are less likely to revolt. [2] The party is against simply restricting the political process to people of any one RL group and believes strongly in broadening Israel's citizenry so as to help her be better represented in the New World. High Society feels that while a Hebrew-speaking majority is essential to Israel, a large minority of foreigners will benefit Israel both in the short term and in the long-run.

Foreign Policy

In the realm of Foreign Policy, High Society believes that EDEN best serves the needs of the upper crust of Israel, and by extension, the masses. High Society particularly supports cooperation between Israel and Ireland as a result of her being the branch's party.

Economic Policy

High Society supports concentrating the wealth of the nation in the hands of the select few while having the poorer folk wage war on our behalf. To this end, the members who are also ICA receive abundant supplies in exchange for their servitude on the battlefield.