World Assembly Resolutions
Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.
Below is every World Assembly resolution ever passed.
General Assembly Resolution # 265
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #228 “Animal Protection Act ” (Category: Moral Decency; Strength: Significant) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly:
Praising the noble intent of the "Animal Protection Act"(GA#228),
Deploring however, that GA#228 is subject to many flaws and errors which make it more difficult to protect animals effectively,
Regretting that the resolution's limited definition of animals as only those species which are capable of experiencing "the unpleasant sensory experience associated with actual tissue damage" limits the capacity of that resolution to properly protect all domestic animals,
Further regretting that the restrictive definition of pain in the resolution does little or nothing to limit suffering nor does it completely prohibit non-painful abuse, including many forms of neglect,
Disagreeing that permanent responsibility for an animal should be so easily established without regards for the rights of temporary or transitory caregivers,
Understanding that GA#228's author surely meant to use the word "ancestor" rather than "descendant" in their definition of an owner, which would ensure the care of the children of a purchased animal,
Noting that the periods of time between PAWS Committee meetings are a detriment to the protection that committee is intended to provide,
Further noting that the need to hold meetings on a regular basis, or at the very least "as needed" is significant and would benefit any future resolution on this subject,
Believing that this resolution's many flaws make it a hindrance to the members of the World Assembly, rather than a boon,
Hereby repeals GA# 228, the "Animal Protection Act".
General Assembly Resolution # 266
A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.
The World Assembly,
Acknowledging that nations may possess chemical weapons,
Realizing that some nations use chemical weapons both domestically and in military conflict,
Whilst understanding the massive casualties and long term environmental damage that these weapons may cause; also believing that small scale tactical defensive usage of these weapons is sometimes vital to the survival of smaller nations,
For the purposes of this protocol:
"Chemical agent" shall be defined as any substance that is capable of causing death or severe harm to a person, plant, animal, a habitable area or to the environment, primarily through its toxic chemical properties,
"Riot control agent" shall be defined as any lachrymatory chemical substance that is designed to non-lethally incapacitate and subdue any conscious sentient person, plant or animal, primarily via the chemical effects of such agent,
The General Assembly hereby declares:
The use of chemical agents as weapons (hereafter referred to as chemical weapons) in any capacity that may injure or destroy military personnel, or the environment shall be limited to defensive or delaying operations of aggressive offensive forces,
The use of chemical weapons that have a reasonable probability of affecting civilian populations shall be prohibited,
Member nations shall be permitted to utilize riot control agents, within the boundaries of current and future World Assembly legislation,
Member nations shall take all measures necessary and practical in preventing the production, sale, or transfer of chemical weapons from their own nation to another party, if the transfer process is considered to violate the intentions and provisions of this protocol,
Member nations shall take all necessary, and available precautions to secure, and prevent their chemical weapon stockpiles from accidental release, or falling into the hands of individuals whom have the intent to violate the intentions and provisions of this protocol,
The World Assembly Chemical Weapons Commission (WACWC) shall be established, and be tasked with the following mandate:
To develop and maintain a library of known chemical weapons, and to share this information with member nations,
To assist member nations in establishing effective programs meant to defend against chemical weapons,
To provide medical and humanitarian assistance to member nations subject to unprovoked offensive chemical weapon attacks, in cooperation with the International Humanitarian Aid Coordination Committee.
Member nations shall be permitted to stockpile chemical agents, so long as they are in compliance with the provisions and intent of this protocol.
Security Council Resolution # 121
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
The Security Council,
DISCLOSING that Mallorea and riva is a ranking member of The Black Hawks, one of the most prominent and feared raider groups in the world, and currently holds the position of Head of Military in that organization,
ABHORRING the military tactics carried out by Mallorea and Riva, which rank as some the most uniquely destructive and violent in the modern military world, often resulting in the complete destruction of or massive damage to captured regions,
FURTHER EXPOSING that Mallorea and Riva encouraged senior Black Hawk leadership to target long standing Delegates and that Mallorea and Riva was directly responsible for the disposition of the WAD in Smallballia and and helped in unseating that in Lemuria, two regions which held a combined 13 years between the respective Delegates,
NOTING that Mallorea and Riva has played a part in the occupation or invasions of notable regions such as Atheist Empire, Hippiedom, Yorkshire, Stargate, Portugal, Capitalist Paradise, and Japan, as well as numerous others,
FURTHER NOTING that Mallorea and Riva was responsible for all but destroying Eastern Islands of Dharma, a former defender base of operations,
DENOUNCING Mallorea and Riva's membership in DEN, one of the oldest and self-proclaimed most notorious raiding groups ever to exist in the world,
CONDEMNING the numerous amounts of raiding operations undertaken and led by Mallorea and Riva, estimates of which are in the hundreds,
DISGUSTED by Mallorea and Riva's involvement in the coup of the South Pacific, in which the administration of Mallorea and Riva assisted in purging around 1,000 nations from the South Pacific alongside 3,000 total with Milograd and JAL,
OPPOSED to the destructive and end-game rhetoric and ideologies that Mallorea and Riva not only practices in operational tactics, but also spreads as propaganda and fear-mongering, and the fact that Mallorea and Riva preaches total region destruction as an acceptable and even primary form of military combat,
CONVINCED that Mallorea and Riva is a legitimate threat to world wide peace and regional sovereignty,
Security Council Resolution # 122
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
Proposed by: Abacathea
The Security Council;
Recognizing the "honorable" nation of Gest as a high ranking, senior official in the region of The Black Riders, a region known for it's callous destruction of other regions which claims to have successfully carried out over 2000 raids since 2011, many of which have taken place under direct orders from or the supervision of Gest;
Further recognizing the nation of Gest was one of the co-founders when The Black Riders were refounded by General halcones, ultimately assisting the growth and redevelopment of The Black Riders into the strong region it has since become;
Noting that The Black Riders, under orders from Gest, have also assisted other significant raiding regions in their destruction of smaller regions, including, but not limited to, the recent capture of Sapphire by The Black Hawks;
Believing that it is by no means a small feat to repeatedly sack and destroy regions of varying sizes, especially ones that put up little in the way of resistance and that many regions both large and small have eventually crumbled as a direct consequences of the actions of Gest, ultimately failing to ever recover from the damage caused as a result;
Aware that aside from regions sacked by direct orders from Gest, Gest has also directly participated in the successful recent sacking of Coffee House, Death Star and Orion, all of which are struggling to recover from the damage inflicted upon them;
Further aware of the sheer brutality and destruction Gest inflicts on captured regions demonstrated by the capture of Planet X whereby Gest oversaw the forced closure of close to 1000 diplomatic embassies held by the region at that time;
Convinced that as one of the highest ranking members of The Black Riders, Gest poses a considerable threat to international stability and regional security alike;
While further believing that the nations of this Assembly have a right to be forewarned of this nation and that it would be lacking of the Security Council not to give Gest the international black mark it deserves;
General Assembly Resolution # 267
A resolution to restrict civil freedoms in the interest of moral decency.
Category: Moral Decency
Proposed by: Bears Armed Mission
The World Assembly,
Recognising the wide ranges of cultures and economic systems that exist across its member nations,
Aware that hunting wild animals for their meat (which is sometimes called either 'bushmeat' or 'game') and maybe for other reasons too is an important activity within some of those cultures and economic systems, and that some people actually rely on those hunts for their own survival,
Concerned that increases in national populations and easier access to hunting grounds may increase levels of hunting, and might also cause the extension of hunting to non-traditional prey species, which could seriously threaten the survival of local stocks or even entire species,
Noting that some meats and other goods obtained by hunting are traded internationally, and that increased populations and/or wealth in importing nations may also promote increases in hunting,
Concerned also that meat obtained by hunting may be likelier than meat from domestic stocks to carry parasites and diseases that could affect people,
Determined that levels of hunting and the international trade in the products of hunting should therefore be regulated, to prevent over-hunting and to protect public health;
Hereby, within any limits set by earlier resolutions that are still in force:
1. Recognises member nations rights to allow and regulate the hunting of non-endangered animal stocks, and to ban hunting of any animals, within their borders;
2. Requires all member nations to regulate hunting within their borders, according to relevant expert advice, so as to keep the animal stocks involved at sustainable and environmentally suitable levels (except that they need not protect invasive species, species parasitic on people or domestic livestock, or species carrying agents likely to cause serious epidemics in people);
3. Urges member nations that set quotas for the hunting of any animals to give adequate priority for hunting rights to those communities there for whom those hunts are economically and/or culturally the most important;
4. Requires member nations to prohibit the sale and use of meat or other goods obtained by illegal hunting;
5. Requires that meat, captive wild animals, and other goods obtained through hunting, may only be exported from or imported into member nations if they are correctly certified as having been
A. Obtained through legal hunting;
B. Tested properly for risks to public health, and confirmed as safe;
C. Taken only from non-endangered stocks, unless they are (i) live animals, embryos, or gametes, being sent for use in scientifically-run breeding programmes; (ii) previous exports being repatriated; (ii) live animals taken from captivity, being sent for release in the proper environment; (iv) obtained in ways that did not increase their stocks endangerment, and being sent for academic use; or (v) materials included in artworks or antiques, and originally taken (from stocks then not obviously endangered) at least 99 years ago;
6. Urges member nations to teach their people about the ecological problems that unregulated hunting can cause;
7. Urges member nations to ban any hunting methods that are unnecessarily cruel, and the trade in meat or other goods gained using those methods;
8. Urges member nations to ensure that any goods obtained by legal hunting within their borders are properly tested for health risks before being sold or consumed there.