General Assembly Session XXV/XXVI (4463-4478, 4510-4526)

Re: General Assembly

Postby jamescfm » Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:14 pm

Panai Toshi, Cifutingani Ambassador to the World Congress:
As feared, the government of Utari Mosir has now used its alliance with radical regimes across the region as a way to enable it to invade the island of Kamphon, a territory which has belonged to Cifutingan for centuries. An act of aggression such as this should not be tolerated by the international community and we call on the Security Council to authorise a direct military response: a liberation of Utari Mosir.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:43 pm

Kalama Nalanie, Tropican Ambassador to the World Congress

Our nation believe that is unacceptable for a country, to invade the terrorites of anothers country like. We would not tolerate Temania if they decided to invade Kamehameha, which belong to Tropica. We shall support the demands of Cifutingan and demand that security council authorise military response to the threat posed by the Utar Mosir Government, First the liberation of Kampton, second the liberation of Utar Mosir, which should include remplacing the government of Utar Mosir. We should have invaded Utar Mosir long ago to prevent such events.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby maxirx » Thu Dec 20, 2018 8:01 pm

Samira Avdeeva, President of Confederația Noului Endralon, Kizenia și Kuzaki

The Government of Utari Mosir has exceeded all tolerable limits and has become a threat to international security and peace. Not satisfied with spilling the blood of its citizens, they shed the blood of their neighbors.

We support the government of Cifutingan in its demand and we will present the formal request for "a mandate of military intervention" for the liberation of the island of Kamphon and of the citizens held hostage in the concentration camps.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Fri Dec 21, 2018 7:18 pm

Kalama Nalanie, Tropican Ambassador to the world Congress

Tropica would like to encourage all members of the security council to vote yes to the resolution R-76 (NEKK) Mandate for military intervention

As for ourserlves. We have never developped an Army and we are unable to help Cifutingan, directly. However, we can send multiple medical teams, who will provide assistance to the military of Cifutingan and those who decided to join the front lines of War.

For us, it is important that not only Kampton is liberated from hostiles forces, but freed from a fascists government. Concentration camps have no place in today's moderns countries.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Aquinas » Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:04 pm

Hillesko Dorfluzke, Chairman of the Socialist Association, Vanuku:

Fellow delegates,

If I may take a few moments of your time, I wish to draw your attention to the dire plight of my homeland, Vanuku, which despite being one of the richest and most powerful countries in Terra, treats its own citizens little better than serfs.

There is no real democracy here in Vanuku. Only a small proportion of the population, the nobles and the millionaires, are entitled to vote or stand for election. Candidates who represent republican or socialist values are forbidden to stand. The Grand Council runs the country entirely in the interests of the wealthy, not the ordinary people. The ruling party has a stranglehold on elections, and it has been over 50 years since they won less than 70% of the vote. The Ahmadi Alliance, the so-called "official opposition", never seriously challenges the ruling regime, because they are too fond of their own privileges.

My party, the Socialist Association, is forbidden to take part in the democratic process and is subject to continued state harassment. Our first leader, Hkinor Mardoh, is in prison for defending the rights of workers. His successor, his wife Dnma Mardoh, has just been arrested on trumped up charges of sedition, and we fear she too will be imprisoned for standing up for the rights of the common people. She is currently in poor health, suffering from pneumonia, and we are deeply concerned about what the impact of imprisonment will be on her health.

I myself have had an arrest warrant served upon me, but narrowly managed to escape the country in time. I am now operating from Selucia.

On behalf not only of the Socialist Association, but of the whole people of Vanuku, I call upon the world to confront the tyrants who are exploiting and terrorising our people, and work to promote fairness and dignity for the ordinary Vanukean man and woman.

We, the Vanukean people, demand democracy, and we demand it now!
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Wed Jan 16, 2019 6:29 pm

Kalama Nalanie, Tropican Ambassador to the world Congress


Follow sdelegates, I must bring your Attention on the political situation of Telamon where the (True Real Pure Libertarians) have taken powers.
As you probably know, the true real libertarian have legalized slavery and according to our experience with this kind of group, we believe they are going to abolish the judiciary and the police forces of Telamon. It is only a matter of time before Telamon become the heaven of criminals and gang lords.

Our Countries could not accept Slavery propose by fascists regimes, even when it was justified by their claim of being the superior, why should we accept slavery, when it is a presented as a free choice. Slavery is slavery.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Yolo04 » Wed Jan 16, 2019 10:59 pm

Darkylightytwo wrote:Kalama Nalanie, Tropican Ambassador to the world Congress


Follow sdelegates, I must bring your Attention on the political situation of Telamon where the (True Real Pure Libertarians) have taken powers.
As you probably know, the true real libertarian have legalized slavery and according to our experience with this kind of group, we believe they are going to abolish the judiciary and the police forces of Telamon. It is only a matter of time before Telamon become the heaven of criminals and gang lords.

Our Countries could accept Slavery propose by fascists regimes, even when it was justified by their claim of being the superior, why should we accept slavery, when it is a presented as a free choice. Slavery is slavery.


If we are being honest, slavery as a choice would be legally considered indentured servitude. And a sneaking suspicion is not enough to receive economic and international sanctions.

Please bring more evidence than false statements and sneaking suspicions.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:26 pm

Kalama Nalanie, Tropican Ambassador to the world Congress


Follow delegates, I believe we must correctly address the situation in Telamon.

It is shcoking to see people who can accept the True Real Pure Libertarians argument on slavery. About how slavery should be considered voluntary servitude. There is nothing voluntary in Telamon, those who do not abandon all their rights are shot. I would like top remind my friends in the national assemble, that Telamon is under going a serious economic crash, or economic crisis with no way forward, because No serious entrepreneurs can start a business in Telamon, for it would have no protection against the threat of the mafia. The government has decided to stop giving any kind of protection to the people and entreprises, and are more then happy to produce drugs they can sell in into nation black markets. when people are being attacked or threatened, the government simply refer them as inferior beings. We can also forget any kind of justice, as the government of Telamon has decide to abolish the courts and recently cut the funds of the police, I know there are multiple former policer who are trying to take control of the situation in their town, but without support from the government and without enough money, it can be very hard to operate, not to forget that the (government) will not recognize any arrestation made by the police.

Further more, we know that Telamon is protecting a terrorist who fled our country, we have demanded the extradiction of this person and receive no response.

We do not believe War is the solution. the solution is to fund back the police force of Telamon. This is nothing then then Organised crime or a cult taking the control of a country.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Auditorii » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:24 pm

"The World Congress is reviewing both the Telamon and Tropican situations."


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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Tue Jan 22, 2019 4:40 pm

Kalama Nalanie, Tropican Ambassador to the world Congress

did I hear right, why does the world congress is reviewing the Tropican situation, when Tropica is a democracy ? I would understand if you mean Kanjor, but not Tropica.

Also, it would be a good idea if Other nations could accept refugee from dictatorial state. Our country can't accept all refugee. We have already accept our fair share of people from Telamon and Kanjor.
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