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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: 212th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 482nd Most Devout: 607th+2
Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,413th Most Cultured: 2,282nd
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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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    Region of Right to Life

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    A Statement on Right to Life / League of Conservative Nations Relations

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    Charter of International Alliance for the Preborn

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    Official map of Right to Life

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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 169 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 Virtual Roman Catholic Church, The Catholic Church, Arconian Empire, Hollow Point, 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, North Carolina, Polandball, The Graveyard, Armenia, Illinois, Technologica, Thanksgiving, 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, Salutations, Novo Brasil, Union of Allied States, Elparia, Lardyland, Brannackia, 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, United Christian Empires of the West, New Waldensia, The putnan empire of nations, Allied Conservative States, Turkic Union, Union of liberty, Christian, Southern Africa, Syria, United League of Nations, 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, Bible Believers, and The Union of Rightwing Nations.

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Regional Power: Moderate

Right to Life contains 109 nations, the 212th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Rudest Citizens in Right to Life

World Census experts telephoned citizens from all nations at just before dinner time, in a study to determine which populations were most brash, rude, or brusque.

As a region, Right to Life is ranked 6,321st in the world for Rudest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dixieland Empire of The Rouge Christmas StateCorporate Bordello“Facts don't care about your feelings.”
2.The Republic of CyberpunkerRight-wing Utopia“God, Prosperity, Liberty”
3.The Commonwealth of Nord-NordenAnarchy“Leave us alone!”
4.The Armed Republic of The United States of Qui-GonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Give me Liberty or Give Me Death!”
5.The Promised Land of DesecratonLeft-wing Utopia“De nobis ipsis silemus”
6.The Constitutional Monarchy of Failesian EmpireCapitalist Paradise“God preserve us”
7.The Federation of RoborianNew York Times Democracy“Wir sind die Überwältigende!”
8.The Rogue Nation of De la LouisianeCivil Rights Lovefest“Lache pas la patate”
9.The Rogue Nation of Salty SeadogNew York Times Democracy“United Forever”
10.The Republic of Clear BayCivil Rights Lovefest“Throw away your troubles, come dream with me”
1234. . .1011»

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The Gallant Old Republic wrote:Thanks for replying to this one, I was kind of surprised no one was going to respond to me calling everyone nazis... People fail to realize that Korea and China are so obviously national socialist countries, not communist countries (N. Korea even removed any reference to communism in their own party documents). And yet almost every country is tending in that direction and mode of thinking also: we will give you socialism and we will maintain a robust nation-state. It is true of Italy and Hungary, sure, but also the UK, the US, the Philippines, Argentina, Peru, Turkey, you name it. The irony is so many people are actively rooting for the Republicans to become more like the national socialists: celebrating the end of fiscal conservatism and a GOP that may finally be "pro-life for the whole life" (read: hate abortion, love welfare). Hitler remains a byword of caution and evil, yet this has blinded us to the Hitler within us.

I doubt it is ever really going to come back, but 'fascism' being used as just a synonym for 'evil' has people entirely lost on what it actually is, was meant to be, and how it is rapidly becoming mainstream in the actual ideological sense rather than the pejorative 'hate minorities and kill people' sense. Fascism was the middle ground between Capitalism and Communism, to the point where the connections became entirely explicit: FDR praised Mussolini's Fascism, Mussolini praised FDR and considered New Deal politics to be largely fascist-and they were, not meaning that they were evil, but that they fit the ideological mold. 'Stakeholder capitalism' is fundamentally fascist economics, and the closest U.S. analogue to a fascist politician is probably Elizabeth Warren, with her notions of bringing private corporations under the umbrella of government to direct themselves towards what she considers to be the national interest: and to show how the right is doing the same, Tucker Carlson is largely similar, as is Josh Hawley. An American fascist is Elizabeth Warren's economics, possibly with, though not necessarily needing, a dash of John McCain on the side.

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:

Still, I will add that part of the GOP/Conservative problem is that the left is all about pulling up roots and fences and building new monstrosities. It is impossible to simply rebuild these sorts of things, at least practically, and so the GOP is at a loss of what to do except be annoyed about it or play along or pull the brakes. Example: Obamacare passes, amid widespread Republican and popular protest. GOP promises a repeal and a replace. Why? Because after a few months Obamacare had shredded the old way of doing insurance plans in this country. You can't simply undo that, nor can you (politically speaking) torpedo a program that is insuring people and leave them out in the cold.
So now we are stuck with it. And meanwhile tons of people, inculding some I know personally, now just putter around with Obamacare, which they hated, as the new normal, forgetting that it (in the cases I know) ruined their old, better health plans and increased costs.

Of course it doesn't help that tradition and community and cultural democracy are nearly dead in America, certainly in politics. That is the ground conservativism is built on.

Conservatism bears the fundamental weakness of being cautious and institutionalist, which is not surprising, since those are their hallmarks, but in the perpetual struggle between the radical and the gradual, it puts them at an intrinsic disadvantage in that conservative losses are permanent, they are stubborn on the defense, but when the line breaks, it breaks, because, as you note with Obamacare, there's a unwillingness to take drastic action to return to the status quo. You instead see very cautious uses of power while in power, and incremental moves back, which will then be wiped out entirely by the next leap forward from the progressive side.

It is a valid and sobering point to raise the question: In the last fifty years, what exactly have conservatives conserved? It is not so much that politics has been a give-and-take, but that it has solely been a taking, and the only 'victories' that could be found are in ties, the 'victory' of a stalemate. William F. Buckley said "A Conservative is a fellow who is standing athwart history yelling 'Stop!'", and conservatives have taken that to heart-but it fundamentally does not work, and I think Buckley is wrong, in that he is advancing a fundamentally European notion of what conservatism is. American conservativism is different in that, while like European conservatism it seeks to preserve structures of the past, the European structures being preserved are aristocratic, 'conservative' themselves, but America seeks to conserve the Constitution, the single greatest liberal and outright revolutionary governing document ever conceived. Current conservatism is just being the brake pads while liberals are driving the car, and it can go nowhere from that, America cannot be Europe. The only path forward for conservatism in America is to adopt the methods of the radical and the progressive in order to return to the conservative founding principle. If 'conservative' just means 'gradual' there is not any future, it has to mean something more.

I always thought it was weird what it means for something to be a "country". For instance, England, Wales, Scotland and N. Ireland are all countries according to Wikipedia, but wikipedia also says the UK is a country. I have heard the EU (made up of technically sovereign nations) being compared to the US (common market and i think they have open borders. I think some want to even create a military, though I actually dont even think the EU is a defensive pact) or being called a "super state". On the other hand, our states have less sovereignty (but they do handle, or are constitutionallly supposed to handle, almost all issues not related to foreign policy/defense). The Civil war kind of established the precedent that "states" werent allowed to secede: I suppose that would be the difference between a country and a dependent semi-sovereign 'state'. To be honest, I think secession is probably constitutional (if states joined the Union voluntary, i would assume they could leave). I wonder when the British gave many of their colonies full sovereignty and stopped taxing them. For instance, I dont know how Canada went from a British colony to being considered a sovereign country which owes allegiance to the British head of state. There was actually an invitation for Canada to join the union in the articles of confederation: "Canada acceding to this confederation, and adjoining in the measures of the United States, shall be admitted into, and entitled to all the advantages of this Union; but no other colony shall be..."

Warm Greetings,

As both our regions have embassies established, we cordially invite members of this region to take part in the RCN & Friends Tri-Sport Tournament

The RCN Tri-Sport Tournament sign up has now been posted on the NS Sports Thread

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=504263

West Phoenicia
President of the RCN

West Phoenicia wrote:Warm Greetings,

As both our regions have embassies established, we cordially invite members of this region to take part in the RCN & Friends Tri-Sport Tournament

The RCN Tri-Sport Tournament sign up has now been posted on the NS Sports Thread

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=504263

West Phoenicia
President of the RCN

I have to say that Gladiator fights, Chariot racing and.....rugby sevens is an interesting combination.

Roborian wrote:I have to say that Gladiator fights, Chariot racing and.....rugby sevens is an interesting combination.

It's what the people vote. Lol

Wow, Ben shapiro called Ron Paul "alt right" somehow. Annoying neo cons. There isnt anything special about you anymore Benny Boo you are an adult. He is gonna go get his cheerleading outfit for the middle east wars. He annoys me. "Hey Im ben shapiro i talk really fast so everyone thinks im smart" and have a really weird voice

The Confederacy of Beastland wrote:Wow, Ben shapiro called Ron Paul "alt right" somehow. Annoying neo cons. There isnt anything special about you anymore Benny Boo you are an adult. He is gonna go get his cheerleading outfit for the middle east wars. He annoys me. "Hey Im ben shapiro i talk really fast so everyone thinks im smart" and have a really weird voice

Shapiro is extremely touchy on Israel, which is not surprising, even if it can get somewhat annoying. I don't think it discredits him, I think he's a legitimate conservative with a mostly solid and sincerely held intellectual basis, who generally does a better job of speaking to the ideology rather than just partisanship. He's imperfect, does a bit too much of tweaking his message and presentation to appeal to his audience, and can succumb to the identity politics he criticizes when it comes to real or perceived anti-semitism, but I think he is still one of the better voices on the right today.

The Confederacy of Beastland wrote:I always thought it was weird what it means for something to be a "country". For instance, England, Wales, Scotland and N. Ireland are all countries according to Wikipedia, but wikipedia also says the UK is a country. I have heard the EU (made up of technically sovereign nations) being compared to the US (common market and i think they have open borders. I think some want to even create a military, though I actually dont even think the EU is a defensive pact) or being called a "super state". On the other hand, our states have less sovereignty (but they do handle, or are constitutionallly supposed to handle, almost all issues not related to foreign policy/defense). The Civil war kind of established the precedent that "states" werent allowed to secede: I suppose that would be the difference between a country and a dependent semi-sovereign 'state'. To be honest, I think secession is probably constitutional (if states joined the Union voluntary, i would assume they could leave). I wonder when the British gave many of their colonies full sovereignty and stopped taxing them. For instance, I dont know how Canada went from a British colony to being considered a sovereign country which owes allegiance to the British head of state. There was actually an invitation for Canada to join the union in the articles of confederation: "Canada acceding to this confederation, and adjoining in the measures of the United States, shall be admitted into, and entitled to all the advantages of this Union; but no other colony shall be..."

Well country is a distinctly weird word period. If you look up its history it has no implication of being a political organization until extremely modern times, instead it was a loose term for a coherent land around a given city, castle (similar to the word county, but more based on natural geography): https://www.etymonline.com/word/country#etymonline_v_19172
It's a bit like a metropolitan statistical region today rather than a nationstate.

For you question about the British colonies, it kind of depends what you mean. All British colonies, from the beginning, were substantially independent, ours included. It is no stretch to say that the 13 colonies were each substantially more independent and self-governing than states in our union today or Scotland/Wales/N. Ireland in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland currently.
Most early independence-advocates simply wanted "liberty and union" within the existing system of the British monarchy, it was only later that more and more became revolutionary (Benjamin Franklin is a good example of this). https://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/before-old-glory-there-was-the-taunton-flag/
Canada gained legislative assemblies, endorsed by Parliament, in 1791. The modern Canadian government was more-or-less established by the 1867 Constitution Act. I know of no instance of actual British taxation in Canada before independence, but if it existed it was insubstantial (just like in the 13 colonies).

Speaking of Canada, some disturbing news from Aawia's neck of the woods: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-56910393

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:Speaking of Canada, some disturbing news from Aawia's neck of the woods: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-56910393

Yeah, it's concerning, a church friend of mine and I were talking about this today and he was wondering if the glyphosate or other chemical spraying was causing it. But as far as I know, spraying is province-wide and it's odd that it is only on the Acadian peninsula.

Got my vaccine booked! I have 2 chronic conditions so I'm able to sneak in early, and while I hope I'm not pushing anyone else out, I will gladly get it now that I can. I trusted my doctors with my life when they were operating on my heart 7 years ago, I will trust them now.

I will also comment briefly on the morality of the fetal cell issue. Most vaccines themselves contain no fetal tissue, but the tissue was used during the development of these vaccines, or later on to test many of these vaccines. However, these were cells taken in the 70s and 80s and that are now grown in labs from these original cells. Were those abortions immoral tragedies? Yes, absolutely. But, like a murder victim being used as an organ donor, good can come from moral evil. I want to say that if abortion was required to continue the practices we have now I would probably find it harder to pursue these vaccines on moral grounds. However, if this tragedy is not repeated, and can be roundly condemned but still used, like the unethical experiments in WW2 that have since been used in medicine, then I can sleep at night soundly knowing that at least some good came out of the ending of this poor persons life.

Romans 8:28 says "God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose." This does not mean the events themselves are good, but rather they work together for good. I believe this is one of those cases, as the tragedy is passed and not repeated, and we are not furthering any immorality by partaking in these vaccines.

I long for the day when lab-grown cells can replace the cells used now, but until then, I think it is morally acceptable to use what we have now.

Also, if you are still hesitant, please see this article:

http://phillycatholiclife.org/life-affirming-choices-3/covid-19-vaccines-explained/

And this sheet:

https://lozierinstitute.org/update-covid-19-vaccine-candidates-and-abortion-derived-cell-lines/

to find covid vaccines that are morally clear in your eyes. As time goes on and choice widens I believe this objection will become less relevant in decisions relating to vaccinating vs. not vaccinating.

PS: I am scheduled to receive the Pfizer vaccine if you are curious.

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