Security Council Resolution # 108
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
Nominee (region): South Pacific
The Security Council,
NOTING that South Pacific is one of the oldest regions in the world, created before the time of Founders,
FURTHER NOTING that these regions are now a dwindling minority and thus carry a special historical significance -- a significance that makes them prime targets of invasion,
DISMAYED that The Black Hawks, with the aid of Unknown, The Black Riders, Kantrias, Ainur, and The New Inquisition, invaded South Pacific on January 13, 2013,
ALARMED that the invader takeover has led to the displacement of at least 10 natives from their rightful abode, including but not limited to Agima, Imearia, Landuode, New zealand and australia, Slit, Sundanesia, Negim, South spratly islands, Tupa, and Kalo,
CONCERNED that the remaining natives could share the same fate,
NOTING that the invaders shows no willingness to end the siege, with the increasing likeliness of turning South Pacific into a permanent colony to add to the ranks of existing regions already destroyed by The Black Hawks,
FURTHER NOTING The Black Hawks's history of destroying regions it invades, for which it was condemned by Security Council Resolution #52, and fearing South Pacific might follow the fate of destroyed regions such as Novus Orsa, Hethrum, Nationstates Communist Party, League of the Scaro Alliance, Global Commonwealth, Mare Unae, and others,
RESOLVED to oppose tyranny and bring world attention to the plight of South Pacific, and noting that natives such as previous delegates Densaner and Dorig have indicated their desire for a Security Council Liberation,
HEREBY LIBERATES South Pacific.