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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Theocracy of Aawia (elected )

Founder: The Christian Democratic Nation of Culture of Life

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Most Nations: 201st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 458th Most Devout: 613th+2
Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,464th Most Cultured: 2,340th
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RIGHT TO LIFE is a community of nations that recognizes and promotes defense of the unalienable rights of the unborn. The nations of this region oppose induced abortion in all or most cases.

World Assembly members are required to endorse the President: Aawia.

There is a two-thirds endorsement cap. The next regional election is on September 1–11.



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Embassies: Pro Life International, Catholic, Coalition of Catholic States, Republic of Conservative Nations, United Empire of Islam, The Allied States, Antarctic Oasis, Federation of Conservative Nations, Conservative League, Libertatem, The Universal Allegiance, Arda en Estel, Grand Central, The Western Isles, League of Christian Nations, The Great American Union, and 172 others.Israel, Vatican II, Eastern Roman Empire, The Allied Republics, Virtual Roman Catholic Church, Saint Margaret Mary, Vatican, Jerusalem, Alabama, Concordia, Republicans, The SOP, Freedom and Justice Alliance, Christianity, Union of Nationalists, The Republic Nations, Ivory Tower, The Illuminati, United States of America, The Royal Imperial Directorate, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Truangel Christian Fellowship, The Catholic Church, The Virtual Roman Catholic Church, Hollow Point, Arconian Empire, The Savage Garden, Avadam Inn, Galactic Imperium, United Poland Union, Zentari, ACA, U R N, Australialia, Time for Britain 2 Leave the EU, Paradise, Donald Trump, Solar Alliance, The Doctor Who Universe, United Imperial Union, Oceania, Holy Lands, Groland, Brasil, The Christian Communist Union, Chile, Imperial Russian Empire, Yarnia, The Unified Christians Alliance, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Brazzaville, Asylum, The Bar on the corner of every region, Historia Novorum, Chinese Republic, Massachusetts, France, Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region, Melhorian Sea, APSIA, Scandinavia, Gay Equality, Solid Kingdom, The Geometric Equanimity TGE, Philosophy 115, Cape of Good Hope, Australia, Association of the Countries of the Free, The Rose Garden, Polandball, North Carolina, The Graveyard, Armenia, Illinois, Thanksgiving, Technologica, Autism Spectrum, Donald Trump Land, The Alliance of Dictators, Nohbdy, Future Earth, Sweden, Knights of The Templar Order, KAISERREICH, Union of Free Nations, Regionless, The Free States, Bus Stop, Imperium of the Wolf, Union Mundial, International Debating Area, Alliance of Absolute Monarchs, LCRUA, The Great Universe, Non Aligned Movement, Remnants of Hyrule, Etharia, United Alliances, The Three Kings, The Union of Religious Nations, Conaidhm na Cairde, Limbo, 1st Lutheran Christian Community, The Alliance of Catholic Nations, Octobris, The LCRUA, Circumspice, Gypsy Lands, The North Atlantic Ocean, The Alterran Republic, International sovereignty pact, Novo Brasil, Salutations, Union of Allied States, Elparia, Lardyland, Brannackia, League of Capitalism, RHINIA, The Dawn of Unity, Yuno, Universal Pact, Japan, Union of Christian Nations, Kingdom Of Austria, Christian Nations Union, Union of Saxon Justice, Roman Byzantine Union, The Moderate Alliance, MentosLand, Federation of Allies, Northern Ocean, Conservicstan, nasunia, American Jewish Committee, The International Polling Zone, Vermont, The House of Prayer, The United Meritocrats, Dolla Holla, Codex Ylvus, Valkia, The Labyrinth, Albosiac, Catholic Defense Order, New Market, Altay, Lega Atlantica, United Christian Empires of the West, New Waldensia, The putnan empire of nations, Allied Conservative States, Turkic Union, Union of liberty, Worms, Christian, Southern Africa, Syria, United League of Nations, Panellinion, Click Here, RAMS, phoenix partners, Old Zealand, The Democratic Republic, The Wooloo Pact, Markish Galactic Empire, The Anti Fascism Alliances, Pecan Sandies, Jesus Christ, Catholic Pro Life Region, and Bible Believers.

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Regional Power: Moderate

Right to Life contains 106 nations, the 201st most in the world.

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The Most Valuable International Artwork in Right to Life

Some nations attempt to collect signature artworks of other nations, developing collections known as "decks." The World Census has estimated their value.

As a region, Right to Life is ranked 1,464th in the world for Most Valuable International Artwork.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of PhydiosNew York Times Democracy“Deus Est Princeps”
2.The Republic of MichigainInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Victrix fortuna sapientia”
3.The United States of ZedlatviaCorporate Police State“Such is life in glorious Zedlatvia”
4.The Theocracy of AawiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Our God is marching on!”
5.The Theocracy of EuckadipInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Justice, Piety, Loyalty”
6.The Promised Land of DesecratonLeft-wing Utopia“De nobis ipsis silemus”
7.The Federation of RoborianNew York Times Democracy“Wir sind die Überwältigende!”
8.The Empire of Hyperborean AlaskaIron Fist Consumerists“North to the Future”
9.The Kingdom of Gallifrey IrelandNew York Times Democracy“It's about time. *groan*”
10.The Commonwealth of New KiwisNew York Times Democracy“Onward”
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Right to Life Regional Message Board

Zurkerx wrote:Hey, guess what? It's time for a long awaited Zentari poll! Come vote now!

Regardless of your views on impeachment, should former President Donald J. Trump be barred from running for public office?

You just gotta love the reasoning behind the second choice (which apparently is the most popular one), "Trump did untold damage to our democracy, so we must therefore in response make it illegal for the people to choose their preferred leader via vote."

'We must protect our democracy by destroying our democracy.'

Phydios wrote:Personally, I have no conviction to avoid anything with cells derived from aborted babies. If memory serves, babies aren't being continually killed to supply cells for these vaccines. The cells come from cultures that were started from a couple of babies who were killed decades ago. They're long dead. Boycotting these vaccines will not bring them back or keep more babies from being killed for this purpose- because more aren't being killed.

You are correct that more people aren't being killed for the purpose and the cell lines date back to the 70s. That said, I would point out the problem of complicity: participating in someone else's sin/crime is wrong even if it is in the past, as is indirectly encouraging using illegal methods (via natural law) to achieve perceived goods.

Now I think the Catholic Church strikes the right position here: the original sin is distant enough, and your connection to it distant enough, that you do not commit as sin by receiving the vaccine, but it is still best encourage vaccines that have no involvement with that evil than those that are developed/grown inside cells derived from that evil.

I also think it is fairly creepy to use cells from someone who was killed and did not donate them and, even worse, for companies like Johnson & Johnson/Jansen to claim trademarks on one of the cell lines like they can own the genetic material taken from someone's kidneys.

As implied in what I have already said, I don't agree that just because no one else is being actively killed or there is no chance to bring back those killed for these ends, that it is okay to partake or support without reservations. As another example, I would similarly avoid using the data taken from the deal struck with Unit 731, even if the unit is gone and no further humans are being killed/tortured. The means used to get that data and these cell lines were fundamentally immoral and should not tolerated by society. Pepsi was boycotted for the same reason about a decade ago, and they stepped back.

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I understand and respect that, but as I said, I feel no conviction to agree. The Nazis did horrific experiments on unwilling victims- if you could save lives with information derived from those torture sessions decades ago, would you?

Phydios wrote:I understand and respect that, but as I said, I feel no conviction to agree. The Nazis did horrific experiments on unwilling victims- if you could save lives with information derived from those torture sessions decades ago, would you?

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Phydios wrote:I understand and respect that, but as I said, I feel no conviction to agree. The Nazis did horrific experiments on unwilling victims- if you could save lives with information derived from those torture sessions decades ago, would you?

That's what makes this so hard, and is why I have not been able to get myself to a clear position. I think that I hesitantly would use that information, but hesitantly not the vaccine, off the idea that it's more about incentivization than the 'purity' of the information. What was done in both cases would be evil, but the Nazi experiment evil is one which there is both near-universal agreement that such behavior is wrong, and such behavior is not going on today and is very unlikely to occur again, at least in the Western world, therefore there's little perceived sanction given by using that data. For abortion harvesting, that is something that is still going on today and which many consider acceptable, so there's significantly more sanction/encouragement given by using such.

To put it another way (though the metaphor is imperfect), I don't really have moral qualms about buying from Nazi-founded Volkswagen today, but I would have significantly more buying from a car company that was actively promoting and/or funding abortion. If we had a situation where Nazi experimentation was being practiced and defended by corporations in the modern day, then my answer would change, I think there's some weight that should be put on whether what is being discussed is ongoing or functionally dead-and-gone, and thus whether one's choices are likely to have any impact on the future or not. If Christians en masse refused to use products created with data from Nazi experiments, society would just keep not doing Nazi experiments, but if Christians did the same for abortion-derived products, then there's a solid chance that they would back away.

Or at least that's my rough take on it, I'm still sitting at least partially on the fence about this.

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Phydios wrote:I understand and respect that, but as I said, I feel no conviction to agree. The Nazis did horrific experiments on unwilling victims- if you could save lives with information derived from those torture sessions decades ago, would you?

This isn't even theoretical, of course.

For example we know that paracetamol and penicillin are very safe in pregnancy. We know this because the nazis were evil enough to do tests.

Most medicines we have now we don't know for sure that they're safe in pregnancy as we can no longer ethically do those trials.

Knowing that we only know paracetamol and penicillin to be pregnancy safe because of unethical moral experiments, is it okay to use that knowledge as doctors? Or should that knowledge be suppressed because it was derived unethically?

Indeed, should we refuse to act on that knowledge if we already know it?

To swing this back to the vaccine, is it immoral to use a vaccine which uses a process that involves HEK293 cells? These cells are descendants of kidney cells from an aborted foetus but they are not the actual cells.

As a thought experiment replace abortion with adult murder victim. If in the 1970s we had harvested the cells of a murder victim (who was killed, but not killed FOR those cells) would it be immoral to use those cell's descendants?

First And Only Archive wrote:This isn't even theoretical, of course.

For example we know that paracetamol and penicillin are very safe in pregnancy. We know this because the nazis were evil enough to do tests.

Most medicines we have now we don't know for sure that they're safe in pregnancy as we can no longer ethically do those trials.

Knowing that we only know paracetamol and penicillin to be pregnancy safe because of unethical moral experiments, is it okay to use that knowledge as doctors? Or should that knowledge be suppressed because it was derived unethically?

Indeed, should we refuse to act on that knowledge if we already know it?

To swing this back to the vaccine, is it immoral to use a vaccine which uses a process that involves HEK293 cells? These cells are descendants of kidney cells from an aborted foetus but they are not the actual cells.

As a thought experiment replace abortion with adult murder victim. If in the 1970s we had harvested the cells of a murder victim (who was killed, but not killed FOR those cells) would it be immoral to use those cell's descendants?

I think, continuing with the rough thoughts I had above, that the important point is that adult murder was and is illegal, so there's no perceived aid lent to something that is still being carried out in the present without sanction.

It's difficult to come up with another example since killing has been at least de jure illegal through American history, but perhaps something like imagining that we are in an extraordinarily racist society where lynching an adult black person was and is legally permitted, and the cells were taken from that victim. That such evil acts were still occurring and could occur again for such reasons would make me hesitant to use a product derived from such.

Rep. Ro Khanna, who graduated from Yale, has a net worth of 27 million dollars and has never run a business in his life, has said that "we don't want" small businesses that cannot afford to pay $15/hour, and has since doubled down on the comments.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ro-khanna-defends-small-business-comments-after-gop-targets-minimum-wage-remarks/ar-BB1dTRkk

(As per standard operating procedure, because a Democrat said something controversial, the headline is "Republicans pounce", the GOP 'targeted' and 'seized on' the remarks. That trend to make every Democrat misstep headlined as a Republican pouncing and every Republican misstep just be a straight headline focused on the GOP has gone from a somewhat amusing 'hey, look at that' to a constant ridiculous display of media partisanship, but that's beside the point.)

I mentioned this earlier when the proposed wage increase was brought up, but this just hammers it home: the issue has gone from one of debating economic efficiency to one of apparent open disdain and scorn for small business owners. Khanna, a multi-multi-millionaire who lives in a city with a median income over $100,000, has assured everyone that small businesses even in rural areas can "thrive" paying the wage, which he knows because of his extensive hands-on experience in small-town America from his career as a Yale-educated lawyer who married the daughter of a investment firm tycoon. As earlier mentioned, $15/hour is higher than the median income in the state of Mississippi. The wage in Mississippi is the equivalent of requiring a minimum wage of nearly $40/hour for 7-11 workers by Khanna in San Jose.

There is out-of-touch, and there is actively spiteful, and I think that boundary has been crossed. A man luxuriating in the top 1% with his elite education in one of the wealthiest cities in the country declaring that Bill's Bait and Tackle should be boarded up and cast aside because does not meet his exacting standards-after arguably the single worst year for small business in the history of the United States-is a microcosm of this ugly new political elitism.

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