Security Council Resolution # 159
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
Nominee (region): The International Communist Union
The Security Council:
Recognizing that the ideology embraced by The International Communist Union is controversial and may meet with the disapproval of some regions and nations;
Observing, however, that The International Communist Union has an active native community that is entitled to self-determination;
Noting that The International Communist Union has been invaded and occupied by a hostile, external force;
Acknowledging that the occupying force has not yet, at the time of this writing, made an attempt to bar free entry to the region, beyond the barriers already imposed by the legitimate, native Delegate of The International Communist Union;
Recalling that the nations affiliated with this occupying force and the regions they represent have a long history of imposing such obstacles, for the purpose of permanently conquering regions;
Asserting that the regions and nations of the world should be proactive in forestalling such measures, rather than simply reacting to circumstances that may rapidly change:
Hereby Liberates The International Communist Union.