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Me: Lives in North Florida.

Also Me: Writing about the need for expansion of standing American Socialist institutions and the history of them.

Trump Supporters in my Area:

Terrabis-Seran wrote:I EXIST!

I have returned from the depths of the void.

I have missed alot of things, but I will restore my nation's influence in the world!

For People, for Democracy, for Empire!

Oh good welcome back!

~Lerasi

Terrabis-Seran wrote:I will probably rejoin the RP.

Just need to draw my original-ish claim, which is annoying, considering I don't know if I can retake the land I originally gave to some people, who aren't here anymore.

Ask Merlovich if you can.

Also,

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

^For Valsora

SUMMER EVENTS

ARCHERY
Men + Women
Team + Individual

ARTISTIC SWIMMING
Women

ATHLETICS
Men + Women
Spring
Relay
Jump
Javelin Throw
Hammer Throw
Pole Vault

BADMITON
Men + Women

BASEBALL

SOFTBALL

BASKETBALL
Men + Women

BEACH VOLLEYBALL
Men + Women

BOXING
Men + Women

CANOE
Men + Women

KAYAK
Men + Women

CANOE SPRINT
Men + Women

KAYAK SPRINT
Men + Women

CYCLING BMX
Men + Women

MOUNTAIN CYCLING
Men + Women

CYCLING ROAD
Men + Women
Time Trial
Race

CYCLING TRACK
Men + Women
Pursuit
Sprint

DIVING
Men + Women

ESQUITERIAN
Mixed Men & Women
Dressing
Eventing
Jumping

FENCING
Men + Women

SOCCER/FOOTBALL
Men + Women

GOLF
Men + Women

GYMNASTICS
Men + Women
Rythm
Artistic

HANDBALL
Men + Women

HOCKEY
Men + Women

JUDO
Men + Women

KARATE
Men + Women

MARATHON SWIMMING
Men + Women

MODERN PENTATHLON
Men + Women

ROWING
Men + Women

RUGBY
Men + Women

SAILING
Men + Women & Mixed

SHOOTING
Men + Women

SKATEBOARDING
Men + Women

SPORT CLIMBING
Men + Women

SURFING
Men + Women

SWIMMING
Men + Women

TABLE TENNIS
Men + Women

TAEKWONDO
Men + Women

TENNIS
Men + Women & Mixed
Solo
Teams

TRAMPOLINE
Men + Women

TRIATHLON
Men + Women

VOLLEYBALL
Men + Women

WATER POLO
Men + Women

WEIGHTLIFTING
Men + Women

WRESTLING FREESTYLE
Men + Women

--------------------------

WINTER EVENTS

ALPINE SKIING
Men + Women & Mixed

BIATHLON
Men + Women & Mixed

BOBSLEIGH
Men + Women

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
Men + Women & Mixed
Sprint
Relay

CURLING
Men + Women & Mixed
Solo
Doubles

FIGURE SKATING
Men + Women & Mixed
Single Skating
Ice Dance
Pair Dance

FREESTYLE SKIING
Men + Women
Aerials
Moguls
Ski Cross
Slopestyle

ICE HOCKEY
Men + Women

LUGE
Men + Women & Mixed
Solo
Team Race

NORDIC COMBINED
Men
Solo
Team

SHORT TRACK
Men + Women & Mixed
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m Relay

SKELETON
Men + Women

SKI JUMPING
Men + Women
Large Hill
Medium Hill
Team

SNOWBOARD
Men + Women
Big Air
Slopestyle
Halfpipe
Snowboard Cross

SPEED SKATING
Men + Women
10000m
1000m
1500m
5000m
500m
Mass Start
Team Pursuit

Read factbook

^For everyone

See if you're interested in those sorts of things.

Plauge doctor wrote:Is anyone sick here?

More than 550,000 people in the world are.

Shavara wrote:Santino lets out a huge sigh of relief, entering the ship. "Thank you, sir."

The cat tries to climb out of his shirt, but is hampered by chonkiness.

Shavara wrote:More than 550,000 people in the world are.

Are you one of them?

Plauge doctor wrote:Are you one of them?

No, thank God.

Brethren wrote:The cat tries to climb out of his shirt, but is hampered by chonkiness.

Santino walks inside the ship, as he lets the cat take a peak.

Shavara wrote:No, thank God.

Santino walks inside the ship, as he lets the cat take a peak.

Good that will be 3 francs

Plauge doctor wrote:Good that will be 3 francs

Gives three old francs I found in a French basement.

Shavara wrote:Gives three old francs I found in a French basement.

Thank you
*goes back to my grave*

Shavara wrote:No, thank God.

Santino walks inside the ship, as he lets the cat take a peak.

Initiate "purr.exe"

Aivintis wrote:Oh good welcome back!

~LerasiAsk Merlovich if you can.

Also,

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

^For Valsora

SUMMER EVENTS

ARCHERY
Men + Women
Team + Individual

ARTISTIC SWIMMING
Women

ATHLETICS
Men + Women
Spring
Relay
Jump
Javelin Throw
Hammer Throw
Pole Vault

BADMITON
Men + Women

BASEBALL

SOFTBALL

BASKETBALL
Men + Women

BEACH VOLLEYBALL
Men + Women

BOXING
Men + Women

CANOE
Men + Women

KAYAK
Men + Women

CANOE SPRINT
Men + Women

KAYAK SPRINT
Men + Women

CYCLING BMX
Men + Women

MOUNTAIN CYCLING
Men + Women

CYCLING ROAD
Men + Women
Time Trial
Race

CYCLING TRACK
Men + Women
Pursuit
Sprint

DIVING
Men + Women

ESQUITERIAN
Mixed Men & Women
Dressing
Eventing
Jumping

FENCING
Men + Women

SOCCER/FOOTBALL
Men + Women

GOLF
Men + Women

GYMNASTICS
Men + Women
Rythm
Artistic

HANDBALL
Men + Women

HOCKEY
Men + Women

JUDO
Men + Women

KARATE
Men + Women

MARATHON SWIMMING
Men + Women

MODERN PENTATHLON
Men + Women

ROWING
Men + Women

RUGBY
Men + Women

SAILING
Men + Women & Mixed

SHOOTING
Men + Women

SKATEBOARDING
Men + Women

SPORT CLIMBING
Men + Women

SURFING
Men + Women

SWIMMING
Men + Women

TABLE TENNIS
Men + Women

TAEKWONDO
Men + Women

TENNIS
Men + Women & Mixed
Solo
Teams

TRAMPOLINE
Men + Women

TRIATHLON
Men + Women

VOLLEYBALL
Men + Women

WATER POLO
Men + Women

WEIGHTLIFTING
Men + Women

WRESTLING FREESTYLE
Men + Women

--------------------------

WINTER EVENTS

ALPINE SKIING
Men + Women & Mixed

BIATHLON
Men + Women & Mixed

BOBSLEIGH
Men + Women

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
Men + Women & Mixed
Sprint
Relay

CURLING
Men + Women & Mixed
Solo
Doubles

FIGURE SKATING
Men + Women & Mixed
Single Skating
Ice Dance
Pair Dance

FREESTYLE SKIING
Men + Women
Aerials
Moguls
Ski Cross
Slopestyle

ICE HOCKEY
Men + Women

LUGE
Men + Women & Mixed
Solo
Team Race

NORDIC COMBINED
Men
Solo
Team

SHORT TRACK
Men + Women & Mixed
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m Relay

SKELETON
Men + Women

SKI JUMPING
Men + Women
Large Hill
Medium Hill
Team

SNOWBOARD
Men + Women
Big Air
Slopestyle
Halfpipe
Snowboard Cross

SPEED SKATING
Men + Women
10000m
1000m
1500m
5000m
500m
Mass Start
Team Pursuit

Read factbook

^For everyone

See if you're interested in those sorts of things.

I shall also join these Olympics.😎

Shinnokawa

Sorry mate but I知 voiding the war

Every two weeks after we make a deal over Kianistan you go back on your word and immediately declare war

I知 done

I知 voiding it deal with it

Not my fault your salty over having to give it back

Peatiktist wrote:*Pulls out the shotgun and AED*

No pls

Brethren wrote:Initiate "purr.exe"

Santino chuckles, looking at his surroundings.

Atlia sonis

I see someone wants to ruin fun so they won't lose something in a digital text game.

New Union of Sovereign Soviet Republics wrote:Shinnokawa

Sorry mate but I知 voiding the war

Every two weeks after we make a deal over Kianistan you go back on your word and immediately declare war

I知 done

I知 voiding it deal with it

Not my fault your salty over having to give it back

wooo

is it the guy who kept voiding all wars with me cause he didnt want to lose? ;v

Libertanny wrote:wooo

is it the guy who kept voiding all wars with me cause he didnt want to lose? ;v

^^
This point.

Libertanny wrote:wooo

is it the guy who kept voiding all wars with me cause he didnt want to lose? ;v

Im voiding it because everytime we make a deal over it he goes back on his word

New Union of Sovereign Soviet Republics wrote:Im voiding it because everytime we make a deal over it he goes back on his word

I don't want to evolve this into OOC drama, but you keep making deals so you won't lose that precious land.

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