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If you could alter or overturn one of these treaties, which would it be?

1 - Treaty of Paris (1783)
26
5%
2 - Pact of Umar
9
2%
3 - Treaty of Versailles
365
65%
4 - The Peace of Westphalia
24
4%
5 - The Congress of Vienna (1814)
33
6%
6 - Treaty of Berlin (1868)
12
2%
7 - Treaty of Trianon
19
3%
8 - Treaty of San Francisco
13
2%
9 - Japan–Korea Treaty (1905)
37
7%
10 - Other (Please give your take in the comment section, only so many options can be added)
26
5%
 
Total votes : 564

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Hakons
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Postby Hakons » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:09 pm

Sanctissima wrote:
Northern Davincia wrote:That's a wee bit harsh.


Eh, it's just self-preservation on a national scale.

A country, particularly a developed Western one, should only accept high-skill, desirable immigrants who are willing to fully assimilate. The rest are simply a charity case, and represent a net loss to the country. What little they offer is a population surplus, which frankly should be sought through tax credits and other incentives for having children, rather than importing one's surplus population from abroad.


Is it still charity if I specifically want Christian immigrants? ;)

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Herskerstad
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Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby Herskerstad » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:09 pm

Northern Davincia wrote:
The East Marches II wrote:
>He thinks G*rmans can be made into good Romans

It's like you've learned nothing

C'mon, we know it was you who opened the gates for the barbarians, kraut.


Ceasar's brilliant senatorial reshuffle would never come back to stab him in the back now would it?
Although the stars do not speak, even in being silent they cry out. - John Calvin

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Sanctissima
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Postby Sanctissima » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:10 pm

Hakons wrote:
Sanctissima wrote:
Eh, it's just self-preservation on a national scale.

A country, particularly a developed Western one, should only accept high-skill, desirable immigrants who are willing to fully assimilate. The rest are simply a charity case, and represent a net loss to the country. What little they offer is a population surplus, which frankly should be sought through tax credits and other incentives for having children, rather than importing one's surplus population from abroad.


Is it still charity if I specifically want Christian immigrants? ;)


To be honest, yes, albeit selective charity. ;)

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Herskerstad
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Postby Herskerstad » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:10 pm

Hakons wrote:
Sanctissima wrote:
Eh, it's just self-preservation on a national scale.

A country, particularly a developed Western one, should only accept high-skill, desirable immigrants who are willing to fully assimilate. The rest are simply a charity case, and represent a net loss to the country. What little they offer is a population surplus, which frankly should be sought through tax credits and other incentives for having children, rather than importing one's surplus population from abroad.


Is it still charity if I specifically want Christian immigrants? ;)


Depends on really the terms posed on any immigrant and the situations. Charity would imply at least being willing to suffer a deficit on their behalf I would imagine.
Although the stars do not speak, even in being silent they cry out. - John Calvin

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Herskerstad
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Postby Herskerstad » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:11 pm

Sanctissima wrote:
Hakons wrote:
Is it still charity if I specifically want Christian immigrants? ;)


To be honest, yes, albeit selective charity. ;)


Universal immigration charity would be helluva expensive.
Although the stars do not speak, even in being silent they cry out. - John Calvin

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Herskerstad
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Postby Herskerstad » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:12 pm

Although the stars do not speak, even in being silent they cry out. - John Calvin

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Sanctissima
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Postby Sanctissima » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:12 pm

Herskerstad wrote:
Sanctissima wrote:
To be honest, yes, albeit selective charity. ;)


Universal immigration charity would be helluva expensive.


Then turn the other cheek. :^)

Yes, it would. Actually, it would be akin to national suicide, given the ramifications.

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