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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Thomistic Republic of United Massachusetts (elected )

Founder: The Christian Democratic Nation of Culture of Life

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Most Nations: 167th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 320th Most Devout: 451st+3
Most Influential: 1,377th Largest Black Market: 1,646th Most Cultured: 1,752nd
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RIGHT TO LIFE is a community of nations that recognizes and promotes defense of the unalienable rights of the unborn. The nations of this region oppose induced abortion in all or most cases.

World Assembly members are required to endorse the President: United Massachusetts.

There is a two-thirds endorsement cap, and the next election for the Senate is on July 15–25.



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Embassies: Pro Life International, the Rejected Realms, The Allied States, Catholic, Coalition of Catholic States, United Kingdom, Antarctic Oasis, The League of Conservative Nations, Federation of Conservative Nations, Conservative League, Libertatem, The Universal Allegiance, Arda en Estel, Grand Central, The Western Isles, International Republican Union, and 197 others.League of Christian Nations, The Great American Union, Sunalaya, Israel, United Empire of Islam, Vatican II, Eastern Roman Empire, The Allied Republics, Virtual Roman Catholic Church, Saint Margaret Mary, Vatican, Jerusalem, Syria, Alabama, Conservative Paradise, New Dinosaurtopia, Concordia, Christian, Republicans, Maltropian Puppet Confederacy, The SOP, Freedom and Justice Alliance, Christianity, Union of Nationalists, The Republic Nations, Dagon, Ivory Tower, The Illuminati, Continent of Xenonia, United States of America, The Royal Imperial Directorate, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Truangel Christian Fellowship, The Virtual Roman Catholic Church, The Catholic Church, United Governments of NationStates, Southeastern Wisconsin, Hollow Point, Arconian Empire, The Savage Garden, Avadam Inn, Galactic Imperium, The Embassy, United Poland Union, Zentari, ACA, ASEAN REGION, U R N, Australialia, Time for Britain 2 Leave the EU, Paradise, Donald Trump, Solar Alliance, The Doctor Who Universe, United Imperial Union, The Insane Region, Oceania, The Kingdom of Wurttemberg, Irish Lands, Holy Lands, Groland, Brasil, The Christian Communist Union, Chile, Imperial Russian Empire, Yarnia, The Unified Christians Alliance, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Brazzaville, Asylum, The Bar on the corner of every region, Historia Novorum, The Nether, Chinese Republic, Massachusetts, France, Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region, Melhorian Sea, APSIA, The Transgender Region, Scandinavia, Gay Equality, Solid Kingdom, The Geometric Equanimity TGE, Philosophy 115, Cape of Good Hope, Australia, Association of the Countries of the Free, The Rose Garden, Polandball, North Carolina, The Graveyard, Armenia, International Southern Union, SEAVU, Illinois, Thanksgiving, Technologica, Autism Spectrum, Donald Trump Land, The Alliance of Dictators, Nohbdy, Sweden, Future Earth, Knights of The Templar Order, KAISERREICH, Union of Free Nations, Regionless, The Free States, Bus Stop, Im Just New Here, Imperium of the Wolf, Union Mundial, International Debating Area, Homelands, Alliance of Absolute Monarchs, The Prayer Room, LCRUA, The Great Universe, Non Aligned Movement, Remnants of Hyrule, Gamyria and Historica, Kingdoms of Abisa, New Atlantis, Doanese, AEGIS Alliance, Democratic States Alliance, Etharia, United Alliances, The Three Kings, The Union of Religious Nations, Conaidhm na Cairde, Lunar Alliance, Conservative Optimism Organization, Limbo, 1st Lutheran Christian Community, The Alliance of Catholic Nations, Worldly Debate Region, Octobris, The LCRUA, The Gordo Alliance of Got Beef, Republican Army, Circumspice, Gypsy Lands, The Epician Islands, The North Atlantic Ocean, The Alterran Republic, The New Mappers Union, International sovereignty pact, The Realm of Neerod, Province of Mactan, Salutations, Novo Brasil, Council of Islamic States, Union of Allied States, Elparia, Lardyland, Coin Collecting Club, Brannackia, League of Capitalism, The Haven Of Calebia, RHINIA, The Dawn of Unity, SECFanatics, Yuno, Universal Pact, Japan, Union of Christian Nations, The conservative christians, Kingdom Of Austria, Court of International Law and Justice, Christian Nations Union, Existence, Union of Saxon Justice, THE NORTH Heart, Roman Byzantine Union, Dawn of Civilization Roleplay, Tribute Torch, South Pacific, Cross Bearers, Stars and Moon Region, United Christianity, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, The Moderate Alliance, The Confederacy of Aligned Nations, MentosLand, Federation of Allies, Northern Ocean, Conservicstan, Christianity Union, The Order Of The Afternoon, nasunia, Social Conservative Axis, Union of Conservative Nations s, The Raxus Empire, American Jewish Committee, and United Christian Empires of the West.

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Regional Power: High

Right to Life contains 79 nations, the 167th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Drug Use in Right to Life

World Census experts sampled many cakes of dubious content to determine which nations' citizens consume the most recreational drugs.

As a region, Right to Life is ranked 15,885th in the world for Highest Drug Use.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of Cumberland and the Red RiverLeft-wing Utopia“Union, Wisdom, and Virtue”
2.The Republic of Anti-Collectivist Republic of ChinaNew York Times Democracy“Nationalism, Libertarianism,and Conservatism”
3.The Republic of Clear BayCivil Rights Lovefest“Throw away your troubles, come dream with me”
4.The Republican Territories of TheThanksgiving TurkeyCapitalist Paradise“Civil bloodbath survivor pardoned by President Bush”
5.The Dictatorship of Trzebos SteateIron Fist Consumerists“Trzebos did not die yet”
6.The Republic of Taylor RapidScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Yes”
7.The Community of HowlandsCivil Rights Lovefest“Welcome all people”
8.The Wondrous Dominion of Sutherland FederationCompulsory Consumerist State“Sister of Castle and Faith”
9.The Republic of Horatius CoclesDemocratic Socialists“Dignity of life from conception to natural death”
10.The Agrarian Distributist State of HavillandCorporate Bordello“♪When will there be a harvest for the world?♪”
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Right to Life Regional Message Board

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Voting through the ages starting up again.

A bit of Pro-Life news from the North of Ireland:

Anti-abortion protest: Crowds march to Stormont in silence

Protesters walked in silence to show their opposition to what organisers described as "the liberalisation of abortion".

Abortion is only available in Northern Ireland in limited circumstances.

In July, legislation was passed to bring NI more into line with the rest of the UK if devolution doesn't return by 21 October.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-49615373

Phydios wrote:I have no idea what you're talking about.

Allow me to elaborate: in 2016 there were too many Republicans for one stage so they placed the lowest polling candidates on a second stage which some mockingly called the "kiddy table", but they never deplatformed any candidate. This year I saw a number of news outlets saying the Democratic model of 1) pulling names out of a hat to divide between two stages and 2) filtering out candidates based on polling and donor requirements was superior, ignoring the fact that it has deplatformed half of the candidates based on poor polling criteria and current name recognition. In other words I'm saying a kiddy table is better than no table and also more democratic.

Roosevelt gang, assemble!

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New Waldensia wrote:"The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one."

Spock, the logical Vulcan character in Star Trek, used this phrase numerous times throughout the television series. But is it true? Should this maxim guide individuals, should it guide governmental policy?

I was reminded of the phrase when I saw the following post on Facebook from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum [https://facebook.com/holocaustmuseum/photos/a.423860602676/10156712169337677/]:

“Fathers and mothers, give me your children.” With these words, #OnThisDay in 1942, the Jewish council chairman in the Lodz ghetto asked parents to surrender all children under age ten. He believed that sacrificing those who could not work would save the other ghetto inhabitants. Children, the elderly, and the sick were sent to their deaths at Chelmno killing center to meet a quota of 20,000 set by the Nazis. But about two years later, the Nazis sent all those remaining in the Lodz ghetto, the last large ghetto in German-occupied Poland, to Chelmno and Auschwitz-Birkenau.
http://bit.ly/2lyfZK6GiveMeYourChildren

The Judenrat chairman followed similar logic to Spock. He felt sacrificing "the few" would save "the many". This is illustrated throughout history as well; Lot is an example in the Bible, when he offers his virgin daughters to the Sodomite mob in exchange for them not raping his angelic guest (they refused the alternate victim as the account goes on to tell).

While "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one" might be worthy motivation for the individual, it should not be what government uses as a guideline. Government ought to preserve the rights of the few, or the one, in order to preserve the rights of the many. If the rights of the few are not preserved, then neither will the rights of the many.

Discuss.

Pretty interesting.

A different possible take on this, however, is Utilitarianism, which is just not just trying to benefit the maximum number of people, but rather trying to create the maximum benefit possible.

Thus, while "the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few" might justify carving up 10 children to feed 11 adults, a marginally more nuanced take would realise that the benefit gained by those 11 adults is not worth the loss suffered by those 10 children.

That might seem obvious in this example, but for the Judenrat example you gave above, this was what was lost along the way. This wasn't a morally justifiable stance that was being taken, but rather one that was of some (significant) benefit to those remaining at the time, but was of greater cost to those being sacrificed, even if they were fewer in number.

Of course, utilitarianism can still be immoral. Say we take someone with a million dollars, take away all almost his money (say $900,000), invest it to create wealth, and create $1.1 million of total wealth across a large number of people. Utilitarianism says that's okay, as there's a net gain. However clearly that's not okay - that millionaire had some right to property.
Adjust the numbers of course, and we find there's a grey area. Most (I said most, not all) people believe that generally it's an acceptable and moral thing for governments to collect some sort of tax and spend it for the societal good, and most people believe that the richer you are the more you should proportionally contribute. It's all about where we draw that line.

To my mind, government ought to preserve the rights of the few, but it also needs to preserve the wellbeing of the many. So to my mind, it's right that the government provides a baseline level of welfare to stop the poor starving, and universal healthcare free at the point of delivery to stop the poor suffering needlessly. Likewise, it also needs to protect the safety and freedoms of minority populations (which is why it's NOT okay for China to persecute Uighur Muslim children in the name of national solidarity, for example).

The big thing to me, is that government must represent all the people, not just the majority, but it must always be the will of the people, not an elite that tells people what they need. That's a delicate balance, and is all about judgement.

Is the rights of a few to bear arms worth more than the rights of children not to get shot at school? Is the right of an unborn child to live greater than the right of a woman to bodily autonomy? Okay, that last one may be an easy one for THIS region to answer.

For me, the important thing is to recognise that these are ALL nuanced issues and subject to judgement.

New poll in Zentari, come and vote!

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Solving overpopulation you say, well there’s always the easy solution:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=USADM5Gk9Gs

Roosevelt gang, assemble!

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Gad wrote:Greetings all.

Welcome to Right to Life!

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