Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation (ZACF) is the largest nation located on the Surpican continent. The native peoples of Zabalaza have won their independence after years of rebellion. The government follows the ideas of universal-syndicalism and communist-socialism. Starting in 1902, many veterans of the Second Great War were angered over the racial order established under colonialism. As one veteran soldier reported in 1907:
They had been disillusioned with the Second Great War, they kept on having frightful clashes with corporate janissaries, besides the fact the authorities treated them completely differently from the commissioned soldiers… I was working at that time in Imperia in a communist group. Our group provided the club of soldiers with revolutionary newspapers and literature which had nothing…
By 1917, the Zabalazan people, led by Akholi Irendesa proclaimed:
This is our simple word which seeks to touch the hearts of humble and simple people like ourselves, but people who are also, like ourselves, dignified and rebel. This is our simple word for recounting what our path has been and where we are now, in order to explain how we see the world and our country, in order to say what we are thinking of doing and how we are thinking of doing it, and in order to invite other persons to walk with us in something very great which is called Zabalaza and something greater which is called the world. This is our simple word in order to inform all honest and noble hearts what it is we want in Zabalaza and the world. This is our simple word, because it is our idea to call on those who are like us and to join together with them, everywhere they are living and struggling.
"We believe, as most Universal-Syndicalism do, that prisons serve no useful function and should be abolished along with the State. We believe in the abolition of both the prison system and the society which creates it. We believe in direct resistance to achieve a stateless and classless society. We share a commitment to revolutionary universal syndicalism. We see a real need for Universal Syndicalists to be militantly organized."
As one political observer has observed about the formation of Zabalaza:
To a greater or lesser extent, all of traditional Surpican societies manifested “anarchic elements” which, upon close examination, lend credence to the historical truism that governments have not always existed. They are but a recent phenomenon and are, therefore, not inevitable in human society. While some “anarchic” features of traditional Surpican societies existed largely in past stages of development, some of them persist and remain pronounced to this day…