Security Council Resolution # 179
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Security Council Resolution #78 “Commend Unibot II” shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The Security Council:
Observing that the contributions to the interregional community cited by SC#78: Commend Unibot II as justification for commendation of Unibot II are far more complex than SC#78 would lead the world to believe;
Noting that, contrary to the claims of SC#78, the leadership of Unibot II among nations and regions that defend vulnerable regions from invasion has proven extremely divisive, often resulting in needless disunity among such nations and regions, to the detriment of defender strategy and organization;
Asserting that Unibot II's leadership of the United Defenders League (UDL) was plagued with scandal, as the UDL often strayed far from the defender ideal of regional sovereignty under Unibot II's direction, committing a number of unjustifiable subversive actions against several prominent regions;
Recalling that the UDL fell into complete disarray from which it has never fully recovered in the aftermath of one such subversive incident, an espionage scandal in The North Pacific which met with widespread interregional condemnation, demonstrating the severity of Unibot II's poor leadership of the organization and the nation's complete disregard for the sovereignty of regions that do not conform to its extreme worldview;
Objecting to the credit extended to Unibot II by SC#78 for so-called "scholarly works," noting that the works produced by Unibot II have often demonstrated ignorance and oversimplification of interregional history, resulting in propagandized conclusions based on the ideologically radical worldview and agenda of Unibot II rather than scholarly research focused on empirical data;
Chastising Unibot II for its reckless abandonment of Eastern Islands of Dharma, which SC#78 credits Unibot II for founding, abandonment which led to the destructive invasion and occupation of the region, closure of regional borders to immigration, the abrupt cessation of regional activity, and ultimately to the reduction of the regional population to one inactive nation;
Repudiating the disreputable behavior of Unibot II as contrary to the principles and aims of this Security Council, and firmly asserting that a nation of such ill repute -- which, as a result of its own reprehensible behavior, has been annihilated and no longer even exists -- should not be rewarded by this Security Council with commendation:
Hereby Repeals SC#78: Commend Unibot II.