Santiago Anti-Communist Treaty Organisation

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Santiago Anti-Communist Treaty Organisation
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AbbreviationSACTO
Motto"SACTO Invictus"
Formation8 July 2014 (SACTO)
16 March 2014 (Axis Alliance)
TypeMilitary alliance
PurposeCollective security
HeadquartersSantiago, Gran Cuscatlan
Membership
28 member states
Official language
English
Main organ
Central Command

The Santiago Anti-Communist Treaty Organisation (SACTO) is an intergovernmental organization and a military alliance aimed at combating and eradicating the forces of communism and its other Marxist-variants.

SACTO is the successor organization to the now defunct Axis Alliance, which was comprised of the Cebu Cooperation Pact, and its follow up organization the Santiago Cooperation Pact. The latter was re-branded and reorganized into its present form on 8 July 2014.

Politically, SACTO is identified as right-wing; its membership, as of March 05th, 2017, consists of 28 member states of varying government types, from centrist democratic liberals to the more authoritarian absolute monarchy or military junta. Despite varying form of governments, the majority of SACTO members are considered realist - in stark contrast with member-states of the International Freedom Coalition who are generally aligned with liberalism - and all are united in their crusade against Marxist-Communism and other rogue elements throughout the international system.

History

Axis Alliance Era

Cebu Cooperation Pact - precursor organization to SACTO - also known as the Axis Alliance was formed officially on march 16, 2014. It consisted of five core founding members (Asigna, Whiteshore, Huda, Dewhurst Narculist and Gran Cuscatlan), and expanded when Aravea and Aeyariss joined the Axis in March 2016. went into hiatus in mid may 2014 as a result of internal problems that led to the temporary dissolution of the Axis Alliance, and since that several successor organization attempted to replaced the Axis (Central Powers, Order of Axis Nations) but none prevailed until the nation Aeyariss, Dewhurst Narculis and Gran Cuscatlan forged a new core of Axis and moved the new Axis Alliance HQ to Santiago, Gran Cuscatlan. In August 2014, the founding member Asigna was suspending over allegations of power abuse, and misdirection the Axis members. Asigna opted to left the Alliance, severely disrupted the cohesivess of the Santiago Cooperation Pact. In order to transform the Santiago Cooperation Pact in light of Asigna suspension and eventual removal, a new core consisted of New Aeyariss, Aeyariss, Inyuristan, and Dewhurst Narculis rebranded Axis Alliance into its present form; Santiago Anti-Communist Treaty Organization.

Purposes

  • Promoting world peace and international stability through forging of a strong web of alliances.
  • Safeguarding the freedom and liberty from oppressive communist/marxist regime throughout the globe.
  • Eradication of communism and marxism throughout the international system.

Fundamental Principles

  • Though Shall Kill Commie

Memberships

List of Members (As of 5 March 2017)

Country Accession Notes
Aeyariss TBC Founding Member
Aravea TBC Founding Member
Arcerion TBC
Atmaera TBC
Bolrieg TBC Founding Member
 Carloso 20 May 2017
TECT TBC Founding Member
 Daeseong TBC Founding Member
Dewhurst-Narculis TBC Founding Member
El Cuscatlan/ New Aeyariss TBC Founding Member, also known as Nifon
Flardania TBC Founding Member
Flauc TBC
 Ghant TBC
La Républiqua D'Inyursta TBC Founding Member
Isle of Lost TBC
Mcnernia TBC
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New Edom
TBC
Quirina TBC
Organized States TBC
 Riysa TBC
Romic TBC
Shalum TBC
The Macabees TBC
New Austzeland TBC
Rentalla TBC Inactive/ Reservist
Nachmere TBC Inactive/ Reservist
Vaakal TBC Inactive/ Reservist
The Tarkanese Federation TBC Inactive/ Reservist
The United Remnants of America January 2017 Outer Circle
  • Founder Members referred to members previously in the former Axis Alliance.

Honorary Members

Country Application Accession Notes
Gigaverse TBC TBC

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