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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Commonwealth of San Carlos Islands (elected )

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 48th Most Nations: 179th Most Influential: 664th+19
Highest Disposable Incomes: 980th Most Devout: 1,012th Largest Retail Industry: 1,136th Most Armed: 1,145th Largest Black Market: 1,298th Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 1,532nd Rudest Citizens: 1,533rd Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,548th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 1,555th Most Avoided: 1,574th Fattest Citizens: 1,691st Most Corrupt Governments: 1,838th Highest Average Incomes: 1,963rd Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,101st Most Cultured: 2,108th Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 2,191st Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,205th Largest Publishing Industry: 2,344th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 2,365th
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The League of Conservative Nations contains 102 nations, the 179th most in the world.

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As a region, The League of Conservative Nations is ranked 6,921st in the world for Most Secular.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Confederation of WilldavieInoffensive Centrist Democracy Communists“D'un arme à l'autre (From a Weapon to another)”
2.The Technocratic Republic of DeansonNew York Times Democracy New York Crimes So-Called Democracy“Unus est populus et unum cultura”
3.The Western industrial state of Heleni3Moralistic Democracy Ordinary Decent Hardworking People“What's the matter with ya?”
4.The Conducător of CaezarIron Fist Consumerists Champions of Commerce“Chi si ferma è perduto, mille anni ogni minuto!”
5.The Draconic Alliance of Republic of DragonsMoralistic Democracy Ordinary Decent Hardworking People“Dragons, creatures that should be respected and praised”
6.The Serene State of QuebecshireInoffensive Centrist Democracy Communists“L'avenir est aux nous”
7.The Greater Empire of Koryo of Oculis OmniumFather Knows Best State Suspiciously Liberal Dictatorship“광명천지 홍익인간”
8.The United Republic of EminopleCivil Rights Lovefest Nation-Hating Hippies“The flag once raised will never fall”
9.The NAV of Three Sicilian StatesLeft-Leaning College State Deluded Tax and Spend Hypocrites“Nova Imperium!”
10.The Nihilistic Pity Pit of TerranihilInoffensive Centrist Democracy Communists“grateful to the God, devil, sheep, and worm in us”
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Last poll: “Council of the Republic Confirmation Election - September 2020”

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Somewhere in the Sequoyan Wasteland
The foreman of the construction crew frantically sends pre-arranged signal on the emergency satellite phone. This signal is received at the Foreign Affairs Department in Gardena. He and his men willingly surrender. The two escorts surrender their arms and go quietly with the rangers.

Presidential Residence, Gardena; And other related places
President Fulkerson is apprised of the situation by one of the lucky few staffers that hadn't been fired. They don't know exactly what happened, only that they received the signal indicating the railroad crew had been betrayed and seized by elements of the Sequoyan government. President Fulkerson turned to the Defense Secretary McReardon, "Okay Larry, go ahead." Within three hours a task force of sixteen ships centered around the battleship FPS Dobhar-chú and the carrier FPS Leviathan departed from the port of Chicajun and began steaming on the long voyage southeast towards New Gandor where they would stage in the event intervention was needed.

In a more immediate measure, a squadron of fighter planes and three squadrons of support planes were dispatched to the Gandoran air base at Iornbarron on the east coast. They arrived by the late morning of the 21st. The primary flight crews immediately went to get rest after the long flight down the east coast of the continent. Ground crews began to refuel the planes and perform vital maintenance. Reserve pilots were chosen for an immediate mission. Two planes and crews were picked to lead the first mission. The pair of fighters were fitted with the maximum number of external fuel tanks possible and given schedules and coordinates for multiple rendezvouses with air to air refueling tankers on the trips to Sequoyah and back. The fighters took off at 1100 Gardena time.

Paleocacher wrote:Somewhere in the Sequoyan Wasteland
The foreman of the construction crew frantically sends pre-arranged signal on the emergency satellite phone. This signal is received at the Foreign Affairs Department in Gardena. He and his men willingly surrender. The two escorts surrender their arms and go quietly with the rangers.

Presidential Residence, Gardena; And other related places
President Fulkerson is apprised of the situation by one of the lucky few staffers that hadn't been fired. They don't know exactly what happened, only that they received the signal indicating the railroad crew had been betrayed and seized by elements of the Sequoyan government. President Fulkerson turned to the Defense Secretary McReardon, "Okay Larry, go ahead." Within three hours a task force of sixteen ships centered around the battleship FPS Dobhar-chú and the carrier FPS Leviathan departed from the port of Chicajun and began steaming on the long voyage southeast towards New Gandor where they would stage in the event intervention was needed.

In a more immediate measure, a squadron of fighter planes and three squadrons of support planes were dispatched to the Gandoran air base at Iornbarron on the east coast. They arrived by the late morning of the 21st. The primary flight crews immediately went to get rest after the long flight down the east coast of the continent. Ground crews began to refuel the planes and perform vital maintenance. Reserve pilots were chosen for an immediate mission. Two planes and crews were picked to lead the first mission. The pair of fighters were fitted with the maximum number of external fuel tanks possible and given schedules and coordinates for multiple rendezvouses with air to air refueling tankers on the trips to Sequoyah and back. The fighters took off at 1100 Gardena time.

Telegram wired to Paleocacher

Your citizens will be deported to Gandor and released there. They will be taken by the Sequoyan Steamship Andromeda. Make no further attempts to obtain construction equipment.
The Paleocacherians are placed on the ship under armed guard. The ship takes off, heading for New Gandor.
Quebecshire
Paleocacher
New Gandor

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Paleocacher wrote:Presidential Residence, Gardena, Paleocacher
The president read the radio message received from Sequoyah. He issued orders to the defense department, "Recall the fleet, keep the air force in New Gandor for 48 hours and have the frigate Lyla Powell meet the Sequoyan steamship to take custody of our people. Tell the fighters en route to Sequoyah to stand by."

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Letter of Invocation submitted to the Terraconserva international court - Cross-Borders trial

Former Paleocachreian Foreign affairs minister Burnett has violated both international and Sequoyan law from Paleocacher. Under his orders, Ambassador Clement Whittle arranged for an agreement with the Central Railroad Company in Sequoyah, a company involved in the illegal Sequoyan slave trade. This violates two integral Sequoyan laws: The Treaty of Freemont (which under the Sequoyan constitution is supreme law, second only to the constitution itself), which makes the slave trade illegal, and Executive Order 66, which makes all economic activities related to the slave trade criminal, with those involved subject to execution and seizure of property. Burnett also negligently violated TCN resolution 019 by helping to arrange the contract with the Central Railroad Co. He violated Sequoyan and international law from Paleocacher, necessitating a cross-borders trial to ensure such flagrant violations of Sequoyan law and international law are punished.
Clement Whittle extradition request
Sequoyah has sent a telegram to Paleocacher and the TCN general assembly requesting that Clement Whittle, former Paleocacherian ambassador to Sequoyah be extradited to Sequoyah. It does not call for a cross-borders trial, as the crimes were committed solely in Sequoyah. He is to be held accountable for violation of the Treaty of Freemont and Executive Order 66, and punished under Sequoyan law.

The Constitutional Republic of Zion wrote:Letter of Invocation submitted to the Terraconserva international court - Cross-Borders trial
Former Paleocachreian Foreign affairs minister Burnett has violated both international and Sequoyan law from Paleocacher. Under his orders, Ambassador Clement Whittle arranged for an agreement with the Central Railroad Company in Sequoyah, a company involved in the illegal Sequoyan slave trade. This violates two integral Sequoyan laws: The Treaty of Freemont (which under the Sequoyan constitution is supreme law, second only to the constitution itself), which makes the slave trade illegal, and Executive Order 66, which makes all economic activities related to the slave trade criminal, with those involved subject to execution and seizure of property. Burnett also negligently violated TCN resolution 019 by helping to arrange the contract with the Central Railroad Co. He violated Sequoyan and international law from Paleocacher, necessitating a cross-borders trial to ensure such flagrant violations of Sequoyan law and international law are punished.

Clement Whittle extradition request
Sequoyah has sent a telegram to Paleocacher and the TCN general assembly requesting that Clement Whittle, former Paleocacherian ambassador to Sequoyah be extradited to Sequoyah. It does not call for a cross-borders trial, as the crimes were committed solely in Sequoyah. He is to be held accountable for violation of the Treaty of Freemont and Executive Order 66, and punished under Sequoyan law.

Quebecshire
Creeperopolis
Paleocacher

Presidential Residence, Gardena, Paleocacher
The president read the radio message received from Sequoyah. He issued orders to the defense department, "Recall the fleet, keep the air force in New Gandor for 48 hours and have the frigate Lyla Powell meet Gandoran cruiser New Union and its squadron and then rendezvous with the Sequoyan steamship to take custody of our people. Tell the fighters en route to Sequoyah to turn back."
The Constitutional Republic of Zion

Paleocacher wrote:Presidential Residence, Gardena, Paleocacher
The president read the radio message received from Sequoyah. He issued orders to the defense department, "Recall the fleet, keep the air force in New Gandor for 48 hours and have the frigate Lyla Powell meet Gandoran cruiser New Union and its squadron and then rendezvous with the Sequoyan steamship to take custody of our people. Tell the fighters en route to Sequoyah to turn back."
The Constitutional Republic of Zion

The Heavy Cruiser New Union, Light Cruiser Ogien, and Destroyer Serce will rendezvous with the Lyla Powell to meet the steamship, the message is relayed to the fighters to turn back.

The Constitutional Republic of Zion wrote:Letter of Invocation submitted to the Terraconserva international court - Cross-Borders trial
Former Paleocachreian Foreign affairs minister Burnett has violated both international and Sequoyan law from Paleocacher. Under his orders, Ambassador Clement Whittle arranged for an agreement with the Central Railroad Company in Sequoyah, a company involved in the illegal Sequoyan slave trade. This violates two integral Sequoyan laws: The Treaty of Freemont (which under the Sequoyan constitution is supreme law, second only to the constitution itself), which makes the slave trade illegal, and Executive Order 66, which makes all economic activities related to the slave trade criminal, with those involved subject to execution and seizure of property. Burnett also negligently violated TCN resolution 019 by helping to arrange the contract with the Central Railroad Co. He violated Sequoyan and international law from Paleocacher, necessitating a cross-borders trial to ensure such flagrant violations of Sequoyan law and international law are punished.

Clement Whittle extradition request
Sequoyah has sent a telegram to Paleocacher and the TCN general assembly requesting that Clement Whittle, former Paleocacherian ambassador to Sequoyah be extradited to Sequoyah. It does not call for a cross-borders trial, as the crimes were committed solely in Sequoyah. He is to be held accountable for violation of the Treaty of Freemont and Executive Order 66, and punished under Sequoyan law.

ROLEPLAYING AS THE TERRACONSERVA INTERNATIONAL COURT

The Letter of Invocation is declined.

Cross borders international trials are for individuals who commit crimes that span two or more states, either by premeditation or direct action. An International Lawsuit is the proper proceeding for these allegations, for which the government of Paleocacher as a whole would be sued. We implore your bureaucrats to educate themselves on these matters before alerting our offices.

The extradition request is discarded by the TCN for the following reasons, though Paleocacher may respond how it chooses.

  • The General Assembly does not possess any authority regarding invocations and judicial proceedings. That falls to the Terraconserva International Court.

  • Letters of Invocation must state the type of proceeding they wish to invoke. This does not.

  • The TCN does not extradite between nations. It simply handles disputes that have failed to be resolved and thus are appropriate to be elevated to the international level of proceedings. This is a matter for Sequoyah and Paleocacher.

Terranihil wrote:21 September

Professor Zakaria Boisón, the head of the department of history at the University of Guršaun, published a controversial article titled "On the Sequoyah Problem". The professor, who became popular within Terranihil for his promotion of the Jewish Holocaust conspiracy theory, has a long track record of publications that, although do not contradict official Terranilian stances on certain issues, still gather significant controversy in and out of Terranihil.

Boisón first argued that although slavery from a modern perspective is generally regarded as immoral, Sequoyah's legalization of slavery in the modern-day is understandable considering the nation's material conditions. Boisón states that centuries ago slavery did not become illegal globally because people had an "epiphanous realization" that slavery was immoral; rather, the world became industrialized enough so that slaves were no longer necessary for production, and then only after was slavery considered immoral. He says that Sequoyah's underdevelopment and lack of industrialization make the legalization of slavery there not only understandable but "perfectly reasonable".

Boisón then goes on to criticize the international community regarding its actions towards Sequoyah. He states that if the world is against Sequoyah's legalization of slavery, then it should assist Sequoyah in industrializing; if the world is intent on not aiding Sequoyah, then it should not protest the legalization of slavery.

To seemingly save himself from government censorship, Boisón states that such a burden does not lie on the shoulders of a nation such as Terranihil, which is not as technologically advanced and wealthy as many other countries, but rather the burden lies on the wealthiest of nations.

He warns, however, of an Aurebeshian dominated campaign in Sequoyah, believing it would only increase the global power of the commonwealth, and more importantly, would allow Aurebeshia a new stronghold in the southern continent. He sees Sequoyah's cutting of ties with Paleocacher as a positive despite the loss of trade because of the successful rejection of Malgan-Aurebeshian globalist capitalist authority. He believes an industrialization campaign headed by developed and peaceful non-Aurebeshian nations such as Quebecshire, Xusma, and San Carlos Islands and Aurebeshian nations that are less "Malganized" such as New Gandor would be the best for Sequoyah and the world.

University of Mayres - Fort Crowsea, Mayres Commonwealth
September 21

Professor Florentin Jauffret, a relatively unknown history professor at the University of Mayres who teaches Ecros history, saw a news article giving a brief explanation of Professor Boisón's controversial article "On the Sequoyah Problem". After finding the full text of the article and reading it, he immediately began writing a response. After several hours, the response was completed, and Jauffret and some of his colleagues published it. A small segment in a local Fort Crowea-area television news station would feature "On the Sequoyah Problem" and Jauffret's response to it.

In the actual response, Jauffret disagrees with Boisón in that slavery has only recently been considered as immoral. He points to the nations of Quebecshire and Greater Sacramento, both of which have made slavery illegal long before any sort of industrial development took place. Additionally, he disagrees with the idea that slavery was only made illegal after it was no longer 'necessary for production' across the world. Jauffret expressed anger at Boisón's idea that it was "perfectly reasonable", and pointed to the fact that Sequoyah had already begun the process of industrialization, but it was their focus on oppressing and enslaving their indigenous people that halted it.

Jauffret reiterates that Sequoyah and their inane policies were the only thing preventing Sequoyah from industrializing, and because of this the world is not responsible for any continued slavery in Sequoyah nor their industrialization or lack thereof. Jauffret called Boisón's defense of Sequoyan slavery "heinous and deplorable". Jauffret argues that a global intervention in Sequoyah to help modernize the nation would be harmful to all parties involved, as propelling Sequoyah decades forward in terms of technology within the span of a few years would have untold consequences on the Sequoyan nation and its people. He argued that the rapid modernization would lead to, among other things, a large scale anti-government movement that would result in the complete destruction of Sequoyah and widespread poverty and chaos.

However, Jauffret does agree that Aurebeshian influence in the southern continent is a bad thing, and he does agree that Sequoyah's cutting ties with Paleocacher was an overall good thing for the world.

Terranihil

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