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.
The Security Council,
Acknowledging Nazism and related Ideologies as some of the most vile beliefs in existence.
Reaffirming that such political stances will never be accepted within the World Assembly.
Fully Aware that any nation that is a member of the World Assembly already has sufficient laws in place to ban Nazism and related Ideologies.
Remembering that the World Assembly is not a fascist organization, and all non-WA nations must be free to pursue their own method of government.
Recognizing that the World Assembly is the only legal method of fighting Nazism and related Ideologies.
Hereby Condemns Civil Defense Siren for attempting to force their own beliefs upon the world at large, denying nations the freedom to choose what is right for their own citizens, spreading slander and lies about regions, and refusing to follow legal means to fight ideological battles.
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The Security Council resolution "Commend The North Pacific" was defeated 7,802 votes to 6,315.
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