WA Delegate: The Most Holy and Grand Empire of Christian Democrats (elected )
Embassies: Vatican II, Vatican, Saint Margaret Mary, Right to Life, Soli Deo gloria, Catholicism, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Pro Life International, Coalition of Catholic States, Antarctic Oasis, Alliance of Catholic Nations, Westphalia, Commonwealth of Catholic Nations, The Alliance of Roman Catholic States, The Holy Roman Catholic Empire, and The Order of the Temple of Solomon.
Regional Power: High
Today's World Census Report
The Fattest Citizens in Catholic
World Census takers tracked the sale of Cheetos and Twinkies to ascertain which nations most enjoyed the "kind bud."
As a region, Catholic is ranked 5,326th in the world for Fattest Citizens.
|1.||The Kingdom of Aggmar||Capitalist Paradise||“Orbis non sufficit”|
|2.||The Augustin Paradise of The Landlocked Isles||Anarchy||“There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch”|
|3.||The Confederacy of New Cruzium||Capitalist Paradise||“ Sub Regimine, Cadenti, Sub Deo Resurgit!”|
|4.||The Federated States of Severania||Anarchy||“Honor, Loyalty, Discipline”|
|5.||The Greater Holy Roman Empire of The Imperial Papal States||Capitalist Paradise||“Discere cupiamus veritas Dei est , quia nos veritas eiu”|
|6.||The Protectorate of Isle of Manx||New York Times Democracy||“Quocunque jeceris stabit”|
|7.||The Catholic Commonwealth of Osbalstium||New York Times Democracy||“Illigitimi non carberundum”|
|8.||The Empire of Augusta Cesarea||Capitalist Paradise||“DEUS VULT”|
|9.||The Hamiltonian Monarchy of The American Royal States||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“I've since learned to hold popular opinion of no value.”|
|10.||The Holy Empire of Pope||Free-Market Paradise||“This is not even funny anymore”|
- : The Protectorate of The United Christians Region of the region United Christians proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Kingdom of Grand Venucia departed this region for The North Pacific.
- : The Kingdom of Grand Venucia arrived from The North Pacific.
- : The Democratic Republic of Sugiraia arrived from The Pacific.
- : The shire of middle earth ceased to exist.
- : Malibania ceased to exist.
- : Eu angelion ceased to exist.
- : The Kingdom of Saint Tepes ceased to exist.
- : The United Conservative States of Andrew Du of the region The League of Conservative Nations proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Republic of Emeray of the region RightMeow proposed constructing embassies.
Catholic Regional Message Board
For the record, I'm arguing from a consent-based approach for the purposes of that discussion, though obviously I believe that one cannot "consent" to killing oneself and that suicide (assisted or otherwise) is wrong.
Frustrated Franciscans, I fully support your proposal but we will need to campaign to get something like that to queue. I will help you do so whenever you wish to try again.
-Best regards, The RCS
President of Right to Life
...and of course, the thread is packed with edgy teenagers, eugenics supporters, and shameless advocates of outright murder. I even saw a "religious... from the bronze and iron ages" in there somewhere. Keep it classy, NSG.
There is a reason I gave up on that place six years ago. You are a braver man than I, Auralia.
This reminds me of a sarcastic post that I recently saw in a comments section somewhere. It went something like this: "The Nazis weren't barbarians; they were just too far ahead of their time."
Oftentimes, it seems that the ideas haven't changed much, just the labels affixed to them. Lebensunwertes leben (life unworthy of life) becomes "compassionate death" or "death with dignity." Eugenics becomes "fertility research." Abortion becomes "women's rights," "reproductive rights," or "reproductive justice." Propaganda becomes "sensitivity training." Censorship becomes "combating hate speech." And so on.
On that note, has anybody seen how "edgy" the current GA proposal at vote is?
"Reducing Statelessness" seeks to establish a new international organization: the GESTAPO.
With no response to good arguments the claim of being merciful is all they have.
Which reminds me of this:
I think the GESTAPO was established by a previous resolution authored by Kenny; the resolution at vote merely expands its remit.
They weren't even "ahead of their time." Their problem was that they were different. The mainstream of thought was based on class distinctions (although in America that was also tied to race, specifically that of African Americans who were kept in poverty by the growth of the original political party that had supported slavery). The easiest solution and generally considered the most humane was the elimination of the future problem through sterilization, and birth control. In the United States, Margaret Sanger led this movement.
Here is Sanger on sterilization in 1922, "STERILIZATION of the insane and feebleminded and the encouragement of this operation upon those afflicted with inherited or transmissible diseases, with the understanding that sterilization does not deprive the individual of his or her sex expression, but merely renders him incapable of producing children."
And Gas Chambers were proposed by George Bernard Shaw back in 1910, "We should find ourselves committed to killing a great many people whom we now leave living, and to leave living a great many people whom we at present kill. We should have to get rid of all ideas about capital punishment … A part of eugenic politics would finally land us in an extensive use of the lethal chamber. A great many people would have to be put out of existence simply because it wastes other people's time to look after them."
So there was really nothing that the Germans did that they didn't want to do themselves, only to a different class of people based on their pseudo-science as opposed to the Germans.
I'm trying to figure out how anyone can think that sterilization doesn't impinge on one's "sex expression." I guess I'm passé for believing that becoming the mother or father of a child is the highest expression of one's sexual faculties.
Not only that, if people were sterilized for being "insane and feebleminded," under these people's definitions, I could only imagine that many modern proponents of sexual freedom (specifically, those who believe in an indefinite number of genders and orientations) would be the first to go.