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The Internationale is the national anthem of the Humanist Union, though it predates the state by milennia. The version used by the Union was written by Trent Maynard, a new humanist artist killed during the Progressive Revolution during Republican crackdowns on revolutionary rabble-rousing on the world of New Britain. The Internationale is sung at the close of a day's formal business in the Federal Legislature and is also the anthem of the New Humanist Progressive Party. Typically, only the first stanza is sung save in unusual circumstances.


First StanzaEdit

Arise, ye victims of oppression,
For now the tyrants fear our might!
Revolt now thunders through the stars,
Upon us now is the final fight!

Let fear and ignorance be ended,
Spread truth and reason far and wide.
Heed not the sword of the oppressor,
The march of time is on our side!

So come comrades, let's rally,
For our struggle marches on.
The Internationale,
Unites the stars in song.
So come comrades, let's rally,
For this is the time and place!
The Internationale,
Unites the human race.

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