Security Council Resolution # 60
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
The Security Council,
Believing that overt imitation or 'stealing' the likeness of another nation's flag is also an offense to (1) international goodwill (2) the integrity of a national identity (3) the sovereignty of a state,
Noting that the nominee is internationally recognized as a 'thief' of national flags, Flag Thief regularly imitates the flags of well-known nations -- imitations that have caused confusion in previous years,
Further Noting that the nominee has conducted this dangerous practice since Jan 2004, and its past victims include: Kandarin, Naivetry , Evil Wolf, Durkadurkiranistan II, Francos Spain, Crazy Girl, SalusaSecondus, Stephistan, Sedgistan, Kryozerkia, Corinthe, MrNonchalant , LadyRebels, The twoslit experiment, Chin-Chillas, Fudgetopia, Mikeswill, Kalibarr, Improving Wordiness and Unibot,
Alarmed by the recent broadening of the Flag Thief's Modus operandi to include regional flags and emblems like the Pacific, Europeia and The Black Hawks as targets of imitation as well -- these transgressions threaten regional sovereignty and harbor the same present dangers to supranational diplomacy and goodwill as imitations of national flags do,
Further Alarmed by the nominee's theft of the World Assembly flag and emblem -- which is an unsanctioned usage of the flag and highly illegal if one recalls the litigation and mass carnage that ensued from the NSUN having used --without authorization-- the distinctive flag of another bureau-that-shall-not-be-named,
Recognizing that (1) the imitation of Francos Spain's flag was a violation of c.1007 of the Civil Code for Uniform Justice and Order in the Pacific ("unauthorized use of another nation's flag or other details as your own"), a rule that is still enforced in the Pacific as c.106 in the current edition of the Pacifican Civil Code, (2) the imitation of the Pacific's flag was a violation of c.405 of the current Pacifican Civil Code ("claiming association, affiliation, or representation of the Pacific government in any act without authorization"),
Recalling that on Jan 20, 2011, Flag Thief used a mocking depiction of Violet -- a popular deity -- as a computer-savvy young girl for its flag which caused an uproar due to the aniconistic traditions of Violetism -- some cited fear and panic that "no one is safe [from imitation]!", others cited the religious offense that the action could have for Violetists,
Expressing its belief that this depiction was for the purposes of hostility against minority religions, not a political rite of free expression. Flag Thief declared that it "proudly [flies] this flag" and further sentiments which identify this as a hostile act against a religious majority disguising itself with a rebellious facade,
Hereby Condemns Flag Thief.