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 strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
The Security Council,
Noting that Kaiserreich at this point in time is not yet founderless;
Appalled by Kaiserreichs apparent disregard towards others, as well as the regions use of Nazi propaganda and swastikas;
Abhorred by the regions use of hate speech behind closed doors in its hallowed halls;
Believing that a region such as Kaiserreich, who hides their true nature so as to lure unsuspecting new nations to them, does not deserve the right to be protected by this august body;
Further Believing that liberating Kaiserreich will serve as a warning to other Nazi and Fascist regions, a warning that if they try to hide their true nature the Security Council will take action;
Acknowledging that liberating Kaiserreich, which has built its reputation on lies and falsehoods as well as attempting to eliminate ideologies different than theirs, will leave the region open to invasion after its founder leaves;
The Security Council hereby liberates Kaiserreich.
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The Security Council resolution "Condemn The Black Hawks" was defeated 12,537 votes to 5,479.
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