Spreading interregional peace and goodwill, via force if necessary
The Security Council recognizes and responds to individual nations and regions, with the aim of ensuring global harmony.
Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
APPRECIATING that the security council should always spend its time on important resolutions
BELIEVING that condemning quebecshire would be an important resolution
NOTING quebecshire is the evil founder of [region]the league of conservative nations[region]
HORRIFIED at quebecshires constant suppression of rights and speech both within their region and the defender faction
SHOCKED by how mean quebecshire was to Parxland
OFFENDED by quebecshires trickery as they are not in fact located in Quebec
DEEPLY OFFENDED by quebecshires further trickery in naming the region the league of conservative nations and not the league of liberal nations as it is full of liberals
AGHAST at quebecshires repeated and nightly infringements on regional sovereignty by moving puppet nations into sovereign regions in attempt to subvert these regions and elect foreign forces as delegate
HORRIFIED OH WAIT ALREADY USED THAT at the toxic culture quebecshires has fostered in this league of conservative nations
WONDERING WHY quebecshire has consistently attacked and antagonized innocent nations such as Varanius
HEREBY CONDEMNS QUEBECSHIRE
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The Security Council resolution Commend Ellenburg was passed 12,510 votes to 1,323.
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