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Gorbastan wrote:I haven't been active in a while, and I will probably be resuming activities from here on out. What's this new superpower here?

An glorious Confederation of nations who have agreed to defend each other in the name of Nonscio! (thats the short version)

Gorbastan wrote:Ramsay: "What is this?!?"
You call this a military?

YOUR TANKS ARE F**KING RAAWW!

Me: "Arent they suppose to be thou-"

Ramsay: "Dreadful. Absolutely dreadful."

You: They're fresh off the-

Ramsay: FRESH?! YOU think this is fresh?! Bloody hell, p1ss off asshole!"

The Imperial Nonscion Confederation wrote:An glorious Confederation of nations who have agreed to defend each other in the name of Nonscio! (thats the short version)

Well Charity and San Sierra are also The Superpowers.

Section 1: PREWORD

The International Court of Justice in Paragould, Volinovia, publishing these laws of war, wishes that these laws help make a difference through the world and that we can unite around them so we can make war less brutal. We also hope to secure the safety of people who have no way to defend themselves and who are innocent. Violation of these laws is subject to criminal offense in the countries that enforce them.

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines the Right of Self Defense, as the right of a person to defend themself. This right can not be taken away.
Defines Unintended Casualties of a military action as the accidental killing of civilians or non-combatants. This is a reality of war.
Defines Appropriate Action as a Military taking all the actions it could to abide by the Laws of War.
Defines Inappropriate Action as a Military taking actions that are against the Laws of War.
Defines War Criminal as a Person who has broken a Law of War.
Defines the Rights of War Criminals as the right to a fair and free trial with an unbiased judge and jury.
Defines the Punishment of War Crimes is to be decided on by the judge and jury of the trial.

SECTION 2: Humane and Ethical Treatment of Prisoners

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Combatant as any person(s) who attempts to do harm to an enemy during a time of war.
Defines Prisoner of War as a Combatant who has been captured by their enemy.

1. Prisoners have the right to request items while in a secure facility.
2.1A. Prisoners have the right to water upon request.
2.1B. Prisoners have the right to cigarettes upon request.

2. Prisoners must be taken care of.
2.2A. Prisoners must be fed enough to sustain themselves.
2.2B. Prisoners must be fed meals equivalent in quality to those eaten by the military of the country they are captive in. (MREs)

3. Prisoners may not be harmed or executed without proper trial.
2.3A. If the prisoner is a war criminal then they should be tried at the International Court of Justice in Paragould, Volinovia.

4. Prisoners of War have the right to adequate medical treatment.

5. Prisoners of War have the right to receive the facilities to practice proper hygiene.

6. Prisoners of War have the right to practice faith and keep all personal and non-contraband items. An exception to weapons, and military documents.

7. Prisoners of War have the right to send and receive mail.

8. Prisoners of War have the right to receive packages containing non-contraband items such as food and clothing, or educational, religious, and recreational materials.

9. Prisoners of war have the right to select a fellow POW to represent him or herself.

10. Prisoners of war have the right to receive humane treatment.

11. A prisoner of war has the right to have a copy of the Laws of War and any humanitarian documentation, including any special agreements, posted where it can be read. The Laws of War and any humanitarian documentation, etc., must be written in the proper language and available upon request.

12. A prisoner of war has the right to have a copy of all camp regulations, notices, orders, and publications about POW conduct posted where it can be read. Regulations, notices, etc. must be in the proper language for POWs to understand and available upon request.

13. Prisoners of War should not be compelled to join the Armed Forces of their enemy.

SECTION 3: Military Targets and Attacks

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Military Target as a place in which the enemy occupies and you can launch an attack on.
Defines Civilian Object as any Target that is not a Military Target
Defines Protected Target as a place in which civilians congregate or a place in which aid is being rendered.
Defines Biological Warfare as warfare using biological weapons.
Defines Non-Combatants as soldiers who can no longer fight due to being a POW, Sick, or Injured.
Defines Extreme Weapons as weapons that can not distinguish between military and civilian targets. EX: Clusterbombs, Napalm, etc.
Defines Children as anyone under the age of 16.

1. Militaries, when attacking a target, should use a proportionate amount of armaments.
3A. EX: Using 2 or 3 bombs from a jet when attacking a tunnel entrance.

2. Protected Targets are any of the following. These should not be attacked or occupied by anything besides civilians, aid workers, or non-combatants.
3.2A. Hospitals.
3.2B. Humanitarian Camps, Convoys, Personnel, or Positions.
3.2C. Civilians.
3.2D. Combatants that can no longer fight. Sick and Wounded.
3.2E. Places of Worship.
3.2F. Facilities that Civilians will need to survive.

3. A Protected Target loses it's Protected Status if it contributes to specific military operations of the enemy and its destruction offers a definite military advantage for the attacking side.

4. Biological Warfare must not be used.

5. Extreme Weapons must be used sparingly if at all.
3.5A. If used militaries should try to make sure it is away from all nearby civilian targets.

6. Recruitment of Children into a military is prohibited.

7. Using Civilians as Hostages or using civilians, or other protected individuals, to make an area immune to military operations is prohibited.

8. Intentionally using starvation of civilians as a method of warfare by depriving them of objects indispensable to their survival, including wilfully impeding relief supplies is prohibited.

9. Ordering the displacement of the civilian population for reasons related to the conflict, unless the security of the civilians involved or imperative military reasons so demand, is prohibited.

10. Attacking Civilian Objects is strictly prohibited.

SECTION 4: Sick and Injured Person(s)

1. Sick and Injured Person(s) must be treated no matter what side they are on.
1A. Enemy Combatants who are sick and/or injured are no longer combatants if they offer no resistance and must be cared for as well.

2. Humanitarian Aid Workers must be allowed to do their job. No side can stop humanitarian convoys.

SECTION 5: Occupation and False Flags

1. No side will make improper use of the flag of truce, the flag, or uniform, and/or insignia(s) of the enemy for a military advantage.
5.1A. The same applies for insignias and flags of neutral nations and humanitarian organizations.

2. A military can not order civilians to leave their homes as a method of deportation.

3. A military can not order it's own civilians to move into the land it now occupies.

4. Destruction of Personel Property of the Enemy and it's civilians is strictly prohibited.

5. Pillaging a settlement, even if taken by assault, is prohibited.

6. The passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgment pronounced by a regularly constituted court, affording all judicial guarantees which are generally recognized as indispensable is prohibited.

SECTION 6: Terrorism

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Terrorism as; the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

1. Terrorism is strictly prohibited.
6.1A: A subcategory shall be made for bioterrorism; an act of terror using biological chemical agents.
6.1B: A subcategory shall be made for cyberterrorism; an act of terror using the internet.

SECTION 7: Enviormental Factors

The Paragould International Court of Justice understands that during times of war appropriate actions must be taken to combat an enemy force. But precautions should be taken to protect the environment of the battlefield.

1. Negligent Destruction of Wildlife, Ecosystems, and Environments is strictly prohibited.

SECTION 8: Jus Cogens

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Jus Cogens as; values taken to be fundamental to the international community and that cannot be set aside.
Defines; the following actions in violation of Jus Cogens.

1. Aggression.
2. Genocide.
3. Crimes against humanity.
4. War crimes.
5. Piracy.
6. Slavery and slave-related practices.
7. Torture.

SIGNATORY NATIONS

Read factbook

I am going to set this here. Y'all should sign.

Great Algerstonia wrote:F R I E D T O R T I L L A S A N D W I C H

L E C H O M P !

Isn't Geneva conventions enough?

Cisplatinaa wrote:Isn't Geneva conventions enough?

Those don't apply here.

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:*Shows a Perfectly Made Tank, the P-50 Cougar, with the best tech, good speed and a good Armament.*

On the basis of tanks, I plan to release two new tank branches.

Our main MBT branch the G7's are all-around great for both urban and open-field combat. They are extremely expensive to make, but overall very effective in their jobs both offense and defense.

I plan to start up the next tanks which include the:
-A1000 Prototype for our cavalry tanks. They're meant to be cheaper, having the same gun as the G7 series but having significantly less armour and lacks the intuitive soft and hard kill protection systems on the G7.

-HG1 which is a new concept meant for defense tactics. It's will be similar to the irl Swedish Strv-122. Infamously known as the cheese wedge. Small numbers will be produced.

The Imperial Nonscion Confederation wrote:An glorious Confederation of nations who have agreed to defend each other in the name of Nonscio! (thats the short version)

I'm interested in opening a trade deal with you and securing a potential military alliance.

DarKspawnerreich wrote:You: They're fresh off the-

Ramsay: FRESH?! YOU think this is fresh?! Bloody hell, p1ss off asshole!"

Me: "But Chef, we literally make these using local material-"

Ramsay: "Oh come on. Come on. I know that gun metal was extracted from Nova-columbian mines!"

Volinovia wrote:
Section 1: PREWORD

The International Court of Justice in Paragould, Volinovia, publishing these laws of war, wishes that these laws help make a difference through the world and that we can unite around them so we can make war less brutal. We also hope to secure the safety of people who have no way to defend themselves and who are innocent. Violation of these laws is subject to criminal offense in the countries that enforce them.

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines the Right of Self Defense, as the right of a person to defend themself. This right can not be taken away.
Defines Unintended Casualties of a military action as the accidental killing of civilians or non-combatants. This is a reality of war.
Defines Appropriate Action as a Military taking all the actions it could to abide by the Laws of War.
Defines Inappropriate Action as a Military taking actions that are against the Laws of War.
Defines War Criminal as a Person who has broken a Law of War.
Defines the Rights of War Criminals as the right to a fair and free trial with an unbiased judge and jury.
Defines the Punishment of War Crimes is to be decided on by the judge and jury of the trial.

SECTION 2: Humane and Ethical Treatment of Prisoners

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Combatant as any person(s) who attempts to do harm to an enemy during a time of war.
Defines Prisoner of War as a Combatant who has been captured by their enemy.

1. Prisoners have the right to request items while in a secure facility.
2.1A. Prisoners have the right to water upon request.
2.1B. Prisoners have the right to cigarettes upon request.

2. Prisoners must be taken care of.
2.2A. Prisoners must be fed enough to sustain themselves.
2.2B. Prisoners must be fed meals equivalent in quality to those eaten by the military of the country they are captive in. (MREs)

3. Prisoners may not be harmed or executed without proper trial.
2.3A. If the prisoner is a war criminal then they should be tried at the International Court of Justice in Paragould, Volinovia.

4. Prisoners of War have the right to adequate medical treatment.

5. Prisoners of War have the right to receive the facilities to practice proper hygiene.

6. Prisoners of War have the right to practice faith and keep all personal and non-contraband items. An exception to weapons, and military documents.

7. Prisoners of War have the right to send and receive mail.

8. Prisoners of War have the right to receive packages containing non-contraband items such as food and clothing, or educational, religious, and recreational materials.

9. Prisoners of war have the right to select a fellow POW to represent him or herself.

10. Prisoners of war have the right to receive humane treatment.

11. A prisoner of war has the right to have a copy of the Laws of War and any humanitarian documentation, including any special agreements, posted where it can be read. The Laws of War and any humanitarian documentation, etc., must be written in the proper language and available upon request.

12. A prisoner of war has the right to have a copy of all camp regulations, notices, orders, and publications about POW conduct posted where it can be read. Regulations, notices, etc. must be in the proper language for POWs to understand and available upon request.

13. Prisoners of War should not be compelled to join the Armed Forces of their enemy.

SECTION 3: Military Targets and Attacks

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Military Target as a place in which the enemy occupies and you can launch an attack on.
Defines Civilian Object as any Target that is not a Military Target
Defines Protected Target as a place in which civilians congregate or a place in which aid is being rendered.
Defines Biological Warfare as warfare using biological weapons.
Defines Non-Combatants as soldiers who can no longer fight due to being a POW, Sick, or Injured.
Defines Extreme Weapons as weapons that can not distinguish between military and civilian targets. EX: Clusterbombs, Napalm, etc.
Defines Children as anyone under the age of 16.

1. Militaries, when attacking a target, should use a proportionate amount of armaments.
3A. EX: Using 2 or 3 bombs from a jet when attacking a tunnel entrance.

2. Protected Targets are any of the following. These should not be attacked or occupied by anything besides civilians, aid workers, or non-combatants.
3.2A. Hospitals.
3.2B. Humanitarian Camps, Convoys, Personnel, or Positions.
3.2C. Civilians.
3.2D. Combatants that can no longer fight. Sick and Wounded.
3.2E. Places of Worship.
3.2F. Facilities that Civilians will need to survive.

3. A Protected Target loses it's Protected Status if it contributes to specific military operations of the enemy and its destruction offers a definite military advantage for the attacking side.

4. Biological Warfare must not be used.

5. Extreme Weapons must be used sparingly if at all.
3.5A. If used militaries should try to make sure it is away from all nearby civilian targets.

6. Recruitment of Children into a military is prohibited.

7. Using Civilians as Hostages or using civilians, or other protected individuals, to make an area immune to military operations is prohibited.

8. Intentionally using starvation of civilians as a method of warfare by depriving them of objects indispensable to their survival, including wilfully impeding relief supplies is prohibited.

9. Ordering the displacement of the civilian population for reasons related to the conflict, unless the security of the civilians involved or imperative military reasons so demand, is prohibited.

10. Attacking Civilian Objects is strictly prohibited.

SECTION 4: Sick and Injured Person(s)

1. Sick and Injured Person(s) must be treated no matter what side they are on.
1A. Enemy Combatants who are sick and/or injured are no longer combatants if they offer no resistance and must be cared for as well.

2. Humanitarian Aid Workers must be allowed to do their job. No side can stop humanitarian convoys.

SECTION 5: Occupation and False Flags

1. No side will make improper use of the flag of truce, the flag, or uniform, and/or insignia(s) of the enemy for a military advantage.
5.1A. The same applies for insignias and flags of neutral nations and humanitarian organizations.

2. A military can not order civilians to leave their homes as a method of deportation.

3. A military can not order it's own civilians to move into the land it now occupies.

4. Destruction of Personel Property of the Enemy and it's civilians is strictly prohibited.

5. Pillaging a settlement, even if taken by assault, is prohibited.

6. The passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgment pronounced by a regularly constituted court, affording all judicial guarantees which are generally recognized as indispensable is prohibited.

SECTION 6: Terrorism

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Terrorism as; the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

1. Terrorism is strictly prohibited.
6.1A: A subcategory shall be made for bioterrorism; an act of terror using biological chemical agents.
6.1B: A subcategory shall be made for cyberterrorism; an act of terror using the internet.

SECTION 7: Enviormental Factors

The Paragould International Court of Justice understands that during times of war appropriate actions must be taken to combat an enemy force. But precautions should be taken to protect the environment of the battlefield.

1. Negligent Destruction of Wildlife, Ecosystems, and Environments is strictly prohibited.

SECTION 8: Jus Cogens

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Jus Cogens as; values taken to be fundamental to the international community and that cannot be set aside.
Defines; the following actions in violation of Jus Cogens.

1. Aggression.
2. Genocide.
3. Crimes against humanity.
4. War crimes.
5. Piracy.
6. Slavery and slave-related practices.
7. Torture.

SIGNATORY NATIONS

Read factbook

I am going to set this here. Y'all should sign.

A few problems with this... said B4 Battle Droid, while struggling to drink a cup of tea. We are not allowed to destroy personal property of the enemy? Does this include military bases and supply areas? This is a solid no from Algerstonia. Besides.... I like blowing up stuff.

~B4 Battle Droid.

Volinovia wrote:Those don't apply here.

Well ... it depends on the point of view ..... they produce a certain balance .... not many inventions ..... however ..... will a criminal court be open to failure ??

Cisplatinaa wrote:Well ... it depends on the point of view ..... they produce a certain balance .... not many inventions ..... however ..... will a criminal court be open to failure ??

Yes. We have the Laws of War (Our Geneva Convention) and we have the International Court of Justice to punish criminals.

Half Life 3 is amazing beyond amazing. But it is not easy to play for prolonged periods. my eyes have been watering all day, damn

Great Algerstonia wrote:A few problems with this... said B4 Battle Droid, while struggling to drink a cup of tea. We are not allowed to destroy personal property of the enemy? Does this include military bases and supply areas? This is a solid no from Algerstonia. Besides.... I like blowing up stuff.

~B4 Battle Droid.

<The Battle Droid is being targeted by an armed football kicked by a Volinovian David Beckham>

Gorbastan wrote:On the basis of tanks, I plan to release two new tank branches.

Our main MBT branch the G7's are all-around great for both urban and open-field combat. They are extremely expensive to make, but overall very effective in their jobs both offense and defense.

I plan to start up the next tanks which include the:
-A1000 Prototype for our cavalry tanks. They're meant to be cheaper, having the same gun as the G7 series but having significantly less armour and lacks the intuitive soft and hard kill protection systems on the G7.

-HG1 which is a new concept meant for defense tactics. It's will be similar to the irl Swedish Strv-122. Infamously known as the cheese wedge. Small numbers will be produced.

I'm interested in opening a trade deal with you and securing a potential military alliance.

Me: "But Chef, we literally make these using local material-"

Ramsay: "Oh come on. Come on. I know that gun metal was extracted from Nova-columbian mines!"

My P-50 Cougar is going to replace the Hussar Tank as the best Well-rounded tank in Scandinavia. The P-50 is well armored able to deal with heavy hits, fast and can deal serious blows to many tanks. They are good as defensive and Offensive tanks just more comfortable, better tech, faster and has better weaponry.
And Gorb I would like to be allies with you. Especially considering what's going on.

*San Sierra and Charity are Brawly with Kianhua about to join in, Shinnokawa is in a 3 Way Civil War and other Conflicts.*

Volinovia wrote:Yes. We have the Laws of War (Our Geneva Convention) and we have the International Court of Justice to punish criminals.

You need to be careful with that ..... war crimes and courts ..... this has a somewhat embarrassing past .....

Cisplatinaa wrote:You need to be careful with that ..... war crimes and courts ..... this has a somewhat embarrassing past .....

Not here.

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:My P-50 Cougar is going to replace the Hussar Tank as the best Well-rounded tank. The P-50 is well armored able to deal with heavy hits, fast and can deal serious blows to many tanks. They are good as defensive and Offensive tanks just more comfortable, better tech, faster and has better weaponry.
And Gorb I would like to be allies with you. Especially considering what's going on.

*San Sierra and Charity are Brawly with Kianhua about to join in, Shinnokawa is in a 3 Way Civil War and other Conflicts.*

A three-way? Damn. And yes, we'll take up your offer on military alliances. However, we also want to open up joint-military research facilities.

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:My P-50 Cougar is going to replace the Hussar Tank as the best Well-rounded tank in Scandinavia. The P-50 is well armored able to deal with heavy hits, fast and can deal serious blows to many tanks. They are good as defensive and Offensive tanks just more comfortable, better tech, faster and has better weaponry.
And Gorb I would like to be allies with you. Especially considering what's going on.

*San Sierra and Charity are Brawly with Kianhua about to join in, Shinnokawa is in a 3 Way Civil War and other Conflicts.*

Gorbastan wrote:On the basis of tanks, I plan to release two new tank branches.

Our main MBT branch the G7's are all-around great for both urban and open-field combat. They are extremely expensive to make, but overall very effective in their jobs both offense and defense.

I plan to start up the next tanks which include the:
-A1000 Prototype for our cavalry tanks. They're meant to be cheaper, having the same gun as the G7 series but having significantly less armour and lacks the intuitive soft and hard kill protection systems on the G7.

-HG1 which is a new concept meant for defense tactics. It's will be similar to the irl Swedish Strv-122. Infamously known as the cheese wedge. Small numbers will be produced.

New reality show

TANK WARS

10 teams.. 5 events.. 10 sexy tanks!

Who will upgrae theirs fastest? Who will deal the most damage? Who will commit liven't because their teammates have vomited one too many times in the damn tank?

Find out, on...

TANK WARS

Volinovia wrote:
Section 1: PREWORD

The International Court of Justice in Paragould, Volinovia, publishing these laws of war, wishes that these laws help make a difference through the world and that we can unite around them so we can make war less brutal. We also hope to secure the safety of people who have no way to defend themselves and who are innocent. Violation of these laws is subject to criminal offense in the countries that enforce them.

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines the Right of Self Defense, as the right of a person to defend themself. This right can not be taken away.
Defines Unintended Casualties of a military action as the accidental killing of civilians or non-combatants. This is a reality of war.
Defines Appropriate Action as a Military taking all the actions it could to abide by the Laws of War.
Defines Inappropriate Action as a Military taking actions that are against the Laws of War.
Defines War Criminal as a Person who has broken a Law of War.
Defines the Rights of War Criminals as the right to a fair and free trial with an unbiased judge and jury.
Defines the Punishment of War Crimes is to be decided on by the judge and jury of the trial.

SECTION 2: Humane and Ethical Treatment of Prisoners

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Combatant as any person(s) who attempts to do harm to an enemy during a time of war.
Defines Prisoner of War as a Combatant who has been captured by their enemy.

1. Prisoners have the right to request items while in a secure facility.
2.1A. Prisoners have the right to water upon request.
2.1B. Prisoners have the right to cigarettes upon request.

2. Prisoners must be taken care of.
2.2A. Prisoners must be fed enough to sustain themselves.
2.2B. Prisoners must be fed meals equivalent in quality to those eaten by the military of the country they are captive in. (MREs)

3. Prisoners may not be harmed or executed without proper trial.
2.3A. If the prisoner is a war criminal then they should be tried at the International Court of Justice in Paragould, Volinovia.

4. Prisoners of War have the right to adequate medical treatment.

5. Prisoners of War have the right to receive the facilities to practice proper hygiene.

6. Prisoners of War have the right to practice faith and keep all personal and non-contraband items. An exception to weapons, and military documents.

7. Prisoners of War have the right to send and receive mail.

8. Prisoners of War have the right to receive packages containing non-contraband items such as food and clothing, or educational, religious, and recreational materials.

9. Prisoners of war have the right to select a fellow POW to represent him or herself.

10. Prisoners of war have the right to receive humane treatment.

11. A prisoner of war has the right to have a copy of the Laws of War and any humanitarian documentation, including any special agreements, posted where it can be read. The Laws of War and any humanitarian documentation, etc., must be written in the proper language and available upon request.

12. A prisoner of war has the right to have a copy of all camp regulations, notices, orders, and publications about POW conduct posted where it can be read. Regulations, notices, etc. must be in the proper language for POWs to understand and available upon request.

13. Prisoners of War should not be compelled to join the Armed Forces of their enemy.

SECTION 3: Military Targets and Attacks

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Military Target as a place in which the enemy occupies and you can launch an attack on.
Defines Civilian Object as any Target that is not a Military Target
Defines Protected Target as a place in which civilians congregate or a place in which aid is being rendered.
Defines Biological Warfare as warfare using biological weapons.
Defines Non-Combatants as soldiers who can no longer fight due to being a POW, Sick, or Injured.
Defines Extreme Weapons as weapons that can not distinguish between military and civilian targets. EX: Clusterbombs, Napalm, etc.
Defines Children as anyone under the age of 16.

1. Militaries, when attacking a target, should use a proportionate amount of armaments.
3A. EX: Using 2 or 3 bombs from a jet when attacking a tunnel entrance.

2. Protected Targets are any of the following. These should not be attacked or occupied by anything besides civilians, aid workers, or non-combatants.
3.2A. Hospitals.
3.2B. Humanitarian Camps, Convoys, Personnel, or Positions.
3.2C. Civilians.
3.2D. Combatants that can no longer fight. Sick and Wounded.
3.2E. Places of Worship.
3.2F. Facilities that Civilians will need to survive.

3. A Protected Target loses it's Protected Status if it contributes to specific military operations of the enemy and its destruction offers a definite military advantage for the attacking side.

4. Biological Warfare must not be used.

5. Extreme Weapons must be used sparingly if at all.
3.5A. If used militaries should try to make sure it is away from all nearby civilian targets.

6. Recruitment of Children into a military is prohibited.

7. Using Civilians as Hostages or using civilians, or other protected individuals, to make an area immune to military operations is prohibited.

8. Intentionally using starvation of civilians as a method of warfare by depriving them of objects indispensable to their survival, including wilfully impeding relief supplies is prohibited.

9. Ordering the displacement of the civilian population for reasons related to the conflict, unless the security of the civilians involved or imperative military reasons so demand, is prohibited.

10. Attacking Civilian Objects is strictly prohibited.

SECTION 4: Sick and Injured Person(s)

1. Sick and Injured Person(s) must be treated no matter what side they are on.
1A. Enemy Combatants who are sick and/or injured are no longer combatants if they offer no resistance and must be cared for as well.

2. Humanitarian Aid Workers must be allowed to do their job. No side can stop humanitarian convoys.

SECTION 5: Occupation and False Flags

1. No side will make improper use of the flag of truce, the flag, or uniform, and/or insignia(s) of the enemy for a military advantage.
5.1A. The same applies for insignias and flags of neutral nations and humanitarian organizations.

2. A military can not order civilians to leave their homes as a method of deportation.

3. A military can not order it's own civilians to move into the land it now occupies.

4. Destruction of Personel Property of the Enemy and it's civilians is strictly prohibited.

5. Pillaging a settlement, even if taken by assault, is prohibited.

6. The passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgment pronounced by a regularly constituted court, affording all judicial guarantees which are generally recognized as indispensable is prohibited.

SECTION 6: Terrorism

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Terrorism as; the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

1. Terrorism is strictly prohibited.
6.1A: A subcategory shall be made for bioterrorism; an act of terror using biological chemical agents.
6.1B: A subcategory shall be made for cyberterrorism; an act of terror using the internet.

SECTION 7: Enviormental Factors

The Paragould International Court of Justice understands that during times of war appropriate actions must be taken to combat an enemy force. But precautions should be taken to protect the environment of the battlefield.

1. Negligent Destruction of Wildlife, Ecosystems, and Environments is strictly prohibited.

SECTION 8: Jus Cogens

THE PARAGOULD INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE HERBY;
Defines Jus Cogens as; values taken to be fundamental to the international community and that cannot be set aside.
Defines; the following actions in violation of Jus Cogens.

1. Aggression.
2. Genocide.
3. Crimes against humanity.
4. War crimes.
5. Piracy.
6. Slavery and slave-related practices.
7. Torture.

SIGNATORY NATIONS

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I am going to set this here. Y'all should sign.

On behalf of the Battenberg Conference Nations, which are Somers, Athemherst, Linetzebuerg, and East Linetzebuerg (Linetzebuerge), we sign this important piece of legislation.

Dreamersistan wrote:Half Life 3 is amazing beyond amazing. But it is not easy to play for prolonged periods. my eyes have been watering all day, damn

<The Battle Droid is being targeted by an armed football kicked by a Volinovian David Beckham>

Wow rude

Destroys the football with facts and logic and makes football vegan no GMO lasagna

Gorbastan wrote:A three-way? Damn. And yes, we'll take up your offer on military alliances. However, we also want to open up joint-military research facilities.

Dont worry we can. I can also trade you for resources, I need alot. But i have an absolute abundance of Uranium.

Volinovia wrote:Not here.

Do not forget that there must be a group of countries that accept this ..... it is not enough to write and practice the trial ...... it was that easy in 1974, there should have been a trial ..... I will not recognize these terms ..... without first gathering enough nations to give strength to this

Great Algerstonia wrote:Wow rude

Destroys the football with facts and logic and makes football vegan no GMO lasagna

<The football hits you on your phone, making facts and logic disappear, and then falls into your lasagna, splattering it all over your new dress and making ur Mom grab u by the ear and put you in time-out>

Volinovia

The Gorbastani Government expresses wide support for the Volinovian Emergency medical forces such as the Red Cross. We would like to donate several cargo airplanes, supplies, and motor vehicles to assist it's several functions.

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:Dont worry we can. I can also trade you for resources, I need alot. But i have an absolute abundance of Uranium.

Uranium you say? I'm intrigued.

Gorbastan wrote:Volinovia

The Gorbastani Government expresses wide support for the Volinovian Emergency medical forces such as the Red Cross. We would like to donate several cargo airplanes, supplies, and motor vehicles to assist it's several functions.

Uranium you say? I'm intrigued.

Hi Uranium, it's Borin- I mean Boron

Dreamersistan wrote:<The football hits you on your phone, making facts and logic disappear, and then falls into your lasagna, splattering it all over your new dress and making ur Mom grab u by the ear and put you in time-out>

HEY!!!!!!!! YOU SENT ME TO THE TIMEOUT CHAIR 😡😡😡

Ill get you for this one day

I will send you so many copies of the bee movie script that YOU will become the bee movie sequel and get tomatoes thrown at for the rest of your life

Cisplatinaa wrote:Do not forget that there must be a group of countries that accept this ..... it is not enough to write and practice the trial ...... it was that easy in 1974, there should have been a trial ..... I will not recognize these terms ..... without first gathering enough nations to give strength to this

ITS THE AIRLINE DUDE AGAIN

OUR PLANE-RELATED TRAGEDIES HAVE BEEN SOLVED

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