'Condemn Dilber' · Background Information Proposal title: 'Condemn ' Dilber Author: A Melted Instant Pot Lid To condemn Dilber for their leadership of the West Pacific and taunting of other nations. Purpose: Links Vote . Against . · The Office's Analysis The at-vote resolution, "Condemn Dilber", represents a joke proposal to condemn for various actions including opposition to democracy, raiding, and "bull[ying of] fellow nations". While some of these actions could be a part of a well-written SC resolution with reference to specific incidents, organizations, and operations, this proposal does not represent that kind of effort, instead invoking a short list of Discord server memes between friends. Thus, OWL recommends a vote AGAINST the at-vote resolution, "Condemn Dilber". Dilber Supplementary Opinions · For From TSP Citizens From the World is the founder of The Python The Snakes and a member of OWL junior staff. They posted on the NS forums: wrote: The Python For! I want to see this pass. It will be so funny Against From TSP Citizens is a legislator of The Stickmin Empire the South Pacific. wrote: The Stickmin Empire What is with the security council right now? Every half witted typer came put to sentences together and make a proposal even if there's a even WORSE version of it! We need to come together as a community to make sure these bad proposals don't hit the floor! is the Director of OWL and a Deputy Chair of Tepertopia the South Pacific. wrote: Tepertopia I have to admit, it's a humorous proposal, but definitely not at the level of other SC resolutions making their arguments from a humorous position (like the recent example "Commend Northern Borland"). Additionally, other than those, I don't really see how the arguments of this proposal would justify the international distinction that comes from recognition by the SC. And in regards to "doing it for the memes", I've had enough of that for the time being, given the recent SC queue... From the World is a Citizen of Vexilia The North Pacific. They stated on TNP's forums: wrote: Vexilia Against, inaccurate statement and poorly written. Although democratic in nature (voting on proposals), the World Assembly doesn't necessarily exist to "spread democracy". The World Assembly is largely what the member nations make it to be with regards to the majority vote. There is nothing directly stopping the World Assembly to revoke pro-democratic resolutions as well as begin to institute more autocratic forms of resolutions and legislature. In theory the organization could become a despot's playground. is a resident of Sensorland the West Pacific. On the NS forums, they argued: wrote: Sensorland A well-done Condemn Dilber would be quite fun. This is not a well-written Condemn Dilber.