NATION

PASSWORD

[PASSED] Repeal GA#27: Freedom of Assembly

Where WA members debate how to improve the world, one resolution at a time.
User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

[PASSED] Repeal GA#27: Freedom of Assembly

Postby Wymondham » Sat Dec 12, 2020 12:12 pm

Repeal “Freedom of Assembly”
Category: Repeal | Resolution: GA#27

The General Assembly,

Applauding the efforts of General Assembly Resolution #27 to establish and safeguard the fundamental right to freely associate and assemble,

Regretting the many loopholes that the resolution presents which could allow despotic governments to clamp down on free assembly, such as the lack of a definition or qualifier for “harm” in clause 3, potentially obligating governments to forbid protests or demonstrations based on minor, technical and irrelevant harms, such as increased taxes on the most wealthy in society,

Believing, despite this, that there are also many situations in which the resolution protects assemblies which cause severe threats to public safety, as detailed below,

Noting that Clause 1 of the resolution establishes the right to “peacefully assemble, associate, and protest to promote, pursue, and express any goal, cause, or view”,

Concerned, however, that Clause 1 allows denizens to abuse the rights granted by it to evade incarceration, punishment, or other repercussions for their crimes - a significant hindrance to the execution of justice, by extending the right to assemble to “all individuals” regardless of their criminal status,

Worried that clause 2 of the resolution does not prevent protests which cause harm to members of the public, for example protests organised on a public highway, those which would block the route of emergency vehicles, or protests that take place in dangerous or unhealthy conditions, as clause 2 states governments may only restrict the freedom of assembly when “individuals organizing are trespassing on private property and/or if circumstances beyond the control of the Government threaten the safety of those organizing”,

Saddened that, while it bars those who call for violence via direct action from its protections, the resolution shields those who do so via calls for deliberate inaction, such as by urging law enforcement officers to refrain from protecting individuals of a certain racial group,

Appalled that clause 3 does not extend its prohibition to demonstrations that call for violence against the imprisoned, accused or convicted, only applying its protections to the nebulously defined group of “innocent people”,

Believing that more detailed and comprehensive legislation is required to address the issues raised in this resolution,

Hereby repeals General Assembly Resolution #27 “Freedom of Assembly”.

Co-authored by Maowi

The General Assembly,

Applauding the efforts of General Assembly Resolution #27 to establish and safeguard the fundamental right to freely associate and assemble,

Noting that clause 1 of the resolution establishes the right to “peacefully assemble, associate, and protest to promote, pursue, and express any goal, cause, or view”,

Concerned, however, that clause 1 allows denizens to abuse the rights granted by it to evade incarceration, punishment, or other repercussions for their crimes - a significant hindrance to the execution of justice, by extending the right to assemble to “all individuals” regardless of their criminal status,

Worried that clause 2 of the resolution does not prevent protests which cause harm to members of the public, for example protests organised on a public highway, those which would block the route of emergency vehicles, or protests that take place in dangerous or unhealthy conditions, as clause 2 states governments may only restrict the freedom of assembly when “individuals organizing are trespassing on private property and/or if circumstances beyond the control of the Government threaten the safety of those organizing”,

Regretting the many loopholes that the resolution presents which could allow despotic governments to clamp down on free assembly, such as the lack of a definition or qualifier for “harm” in clause 3, potentially obligating governments to forbid protests or demonstrations based on minor, technical and irrelevant harms, such as increased taxes on the most wealthy in society,

Saddened that the resolution does not acknowledge that deliberate inaction, such as failure by law enforcement officers to protect individuals of a certain racial group, can be incredibly damaging and that assembly for the purpose of calling for such inaction ought not to fall under its protections,

Appalled that clause 3 does not extend its prohibition to demonstrations that call for violence against the imprisoned, accused or convicted, only applying its protections to the nebulously defined group of “innocent people”,

Believing that more detailed and comprehensive legislation is required to address the issues raised in this resolution,

Hereby repeals General Assembly Resolution #27 “Freedom of Assembly”.

The General Assembly,

Applauding the efforts of General Assembly Resolution #27 to establish and safeguard the fundamental right to freely associate and assemble,

Regretting the many loopholes that the resolution presents which could allow despotic governments to clamp down on free assembly, such as the lack of a definition or qualifier for “harm” in clause 3, potentially obligating governments to forbid protests or demonstrations based on minor, technical and irrelevant harms, such as increased taxes on the most wealthy in society,

Believing, despite this, that there are also many situations in which the resolution protects assemblies which cause severe threats to public safety, as detailed below,

Noting that Clause 1 of the resolution establishes the right to “peacefully assemble, associate, and protest to promote, pursue, and express any goal, cause, or view”,

Concerned, however, that Clause 1 allows denizens to abuse the rights granted by it to evade incarceration, punishment, or other repercussions for their crimes - a significant hindrance to the execution of justice, by extending the right to assemble to “all individuals” regardless of their criminal status,

Worried that clause 2 of the resolution does not prevent protests which cause harm to members of the public, for example protests organised on a public highway, those which would block the route of emergency vehicles, or protests that take place in dangerous or unhealthy conditions, as clause 2 states governments may only restrict the freedom of assembly when “individuals organizing are trespassing on private property and/or if circumstances beyond the control of the Government threaten the safety of those organizing”,

Saddened that the resolution does not acknowledge that deliberate inaction, such as failure by law enforcement officers to protect individuals of a certain racial group, can be incredibly damaging and that assembly for the purpose of calling for such inaction ought not to fall under its protections,

Appalled that clause 3 does not extend its prohibition to demonstrations that call for violence against the imprisoned, accused or convicted, only applying its protections to the nebulously defined group of “innocent people”,

Believing that more detailed and comprehensive legislation is required to address the issues raised in this resolution,

Hereby repeals General Assembly Resolution #27 “Freedom of Assembly”.

The General Assembly,

Applauding the efforts of General Assembly Resolution #27 to establish and safeguard the fundamental right to freely associate and assemble,

Regretting the many loopholes that the resolution presents which could allow despotic governments to clamp down on free assembly, such as the lack of a definition or qualifier for “harm” in clause 3, potentially obligating governments to forbid protests or demonstrations based on minor, technical and irrelevant harms, such as increased taxes on the most wealthy in society,

Believing, despite this, that there are also many situations in which the resolution protects assemblies which cause severe threats to public safety, as detailed below,

Noting that Clause 1 of the resolution establishes the right to “peacefully assemble, associate, and protest to promote, pursue, and express any goal, cause, or view”,

Concerned, however, that Clause 1 allows denizens to abuse the rights granted by it to evade incarceration, punishment, or other repercussions for their crimes - a significant hindrance to the execution of justice, by extending the right to assemble to “all individuals” regardless of their criminal status,

Worried that clause 2 of the resolution does not prevent protests which cause harm to members of the public, for example protests organised on a public highway, those which would block the route of emergency vehicles, or protests that take place in dangerous or unhealthy conditions, as clause 2 states governments may only restrict the freedom of assembly when “individuals organizing are trespassing on private property and/or if circumstances beyond the control of the Government threaten the safety of those organizing”,

Disappointed that the resolution allows denizens to impede the proper function of government under the pretence of an assembly, as Clause 2 does not extend its provisions to public property, or to assemblies which prevent the government from functioning, such as occupying the legislative assembly of a member state,

Saddened that the resolution does not acknowledge that deliberate inaction, such as failure by law enforcement officers to protect individuals of a certain racial group, can be incredibly damaging and that assembly for the purpose of calling for such inaction ought not to fall under its protections,

Appalled that clause 3 does not extend its prohibition to demonstrations that call for violence against the imprisoned, accused or convicted, only applying its protections to the nebulously defined group of “innocent people”,

Believing that more detailed and comprehensive legislation is required to address the issues raised in this resolution,

Hereby repeals General Assembly Resolution #27 “Freedom of Assembly”.

Co-authored by Maowi

The General Assembly,

Applauding the efforts of General Assembly Resolution #27 to establish and safeguard the fundamental right to freely associate and assemble,

Regretting the many loopholes that the resolution presents which could allow despotic governments to clamp down on free assembly, such as the lack of a definition or qualifier for “harm” in clause 3, potentially obligating governments to forbid protests or demonstrations based on minor, technical and irrelevant harms, such as increased taxes on the most wealthy in society,

Believing, despite this, that there are also many situations in which the resolution protects assemblies which cause severe threats to public safety, as detailed below,

Noting that Clause 1 of the resolution establishes the right to “peacefully assemble, associate, and protest to promote, pursue, and express any goal, cause, or view”,

Concerned, however, that Clause 1 allows denizens to abuse the rights granted by it to evade incarceration, punishment, or other repercussions for their crimes - a significant hindrance to the execution of justice, by extending the right to assemble to “all individuals” regardless of their criminal status,

Worried that clause 2 of the resolution does not prevent protests which cause harm to members of the public, for example protests organised on a public highway, those which would block the route of emergency vehicles, or protests that take place in dangerous or unhealthy conditions, as clause 2 states governments may only restrict the freedom of assembly when “individuals organizing are trespassing on private property and/or if circumstances beyond the control of the Government threaten the safety of those organizing”,

Disappointed that the resolution allows denizens to impede the proper function of government under the pretence of an assembly, as Clause 2 does not extend its provisions to public property, or to assemblies which prevent the government from functioning, such as occupying the legislative assembly of a member state,

Saddened that, while it bars those who call for violence via direct action from its protections, the resolution shields those who do so via calls for deliberate inaction, such as by urging law enforcement officers to refrain from protecting individuals of a certain racial group,

Appalled that clause 3 does not extend its prohibition to demonstrations that call for violence against the imprisoned, accused or convicted, only applying its protections to the nebulously defined group of “innocent people”,

Believing that more detailed and comprehensive legislation is required to address the issues raised in this resolution,

Hereby repeals General Assembly Resolution #27 “Freedom of Assembly”.

Co-authored by Maowi
[/quote]

Link to original resolution.
OOC: Draft No1, first GA proposal draft ever so comments are very much appreciated. Replacement draft avaliable here.
Last edited by Sedgistan on Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:40 pm, edited 19 times in total.
Reason: This WA Resolution is now officially AT VOTE.

User avatar
Cretox State
Diplomat
 
Posts: 792
Founded: Nov 04, 2015
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Cretox State » Sat Dec 12, 2020 1:01 pm

Support.

Saddened that the resolution does not acknowledge that deliberate inaction, such as failure by law enforcement officers to protect individuals of a certain racial group, can be incredibly damaging and that assembly for the purpose of calling for such inaction ought not to fall under its protections,

Does the proposed replacement substantively improve on this deficiency?

The North Pacific Vice Delegate
Author: 11 GA + 3 SC resolutions, 2 issues, and a lot of drafts

Killer of Stats
Assume OOC

"above the level of needing to be told how English works" - Candlewhisper Archive
"pure legalese" - Araraukar
"barrel of nonsense" - Tinhampton
"Just hurry up and declare a coup" - Honeydewistania
"a joke with no punchline" - Minskiev
"purge me daddy" - Praeceps
GA 496
GA 503 (1st in category)
GA 504
GA 509 (1st in category)
GA 510
GA 512
GA 520
GA 523
GA 527
GA 529
GA 530
GA 535*

SC 318
SC 331
SC 333

Issue 1427
Issue 1433

User avatar
Retired WerePenguins
Diplomat
 
Posts: 787
Founded: Apr 26, 2006
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Retired WerePenguins » Sat Dec 12, 2020 1:55 pm

Wymondham wrote:OOC: Draft No1, first GA proposal draft ever so comments are very much appreciated. Replacement draft avaliable here.


It looks like some of the objections raised n the repeal are not addressed by the replacement. "protests organised on a public highway" is not directly covered, assuming it does not block emergency vehicles. A p[rotest that blocked every vehicle but emergency vehicles would be fine under the replacement. It doesn't help the repeal when the replacement is guilty of some of the same sins as the original is being accused of.
Totally Naked
Tourist Eating
WA NS
___"That's the one thing I like about the WA; it allows me to shove my moral compass up your legislative branch, assuming a majority agrees." James Blonde
___"Even so, I see nothing in WA policy that requires that the resolution have a concrete basis in fact," Minister from Frenequesta
___"There are some things worse than death. I believe being Canadian Prime Minister is one of them." Brother Maynard.

User avatar
Boston Castle
Envoy
 
Posts: 271
Founded: Aug 21, 2020
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Boston Castle » Sat Dec 12, 2020 1:58 pm

OOC: yeah, if we’re going to be repealing this, I want to see a replacement first. I have no doubt this has the best of intentions, but a right as fundamental as this needs to spend as little time not enshrined as possible.
WA Ambassador: Avi Rosenborg
About Me-ish

Deputy Minister of World Assembly Affairs, The North Pacific
Views expressed not necessarily those of TNP and her government unless stated othewise.

User avatar
Bananaistan
GA Secretariat
 
Posts: 2779
Founded: Apr 20, 2012
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Bananaistan » Sat Dec 12, 2020 2:46 pm

OOC: It's good form to link to the target in the OP.
Delegation of the People's Republic of Bananaistan to the World Assembly
Head of delegation and the Permanent Representative: Comrade Ambassador Theodorus "Ted" Hornwood
General Assistant and Head of Security: Comrade Watchman Brian of Tarth
There was the Pope and John F. Kennedy and Jack Charlton and the three of them were staring me in the face.
Ideological Bulwark #281

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Sat Dec 12, 2020 3:26 pm

OOC: Firstly to the comments around issues raised in the repeal that the replacement does not cover, I will of course liase with Maowi, who is the main author of the replacement, to seek to ensure said issues are fully covered by the replacement which is currently in drafting in its own thread.
Boston Castle wrote:OOC: yeah, if we’re going to be repealing this, I want to see a replacement first. I have no doubt this has the best of intentions, but a right as fundamental as this needs to spend as little time not enshrined as possible.

OOC: The draft replacement is already up on the forums, and is linked in the OP, it can be found here.
Bananaistan wrote:OOC: It's good form to link to the target in the OP.

OOC: My apologies, is it better to link to the resolution on the GA passed resolutions page on the main site, or the post in the GA resolutions thread on the forums?
Last edited by Wymondham on Sat Dec 12, 2020 3:26 pm, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
Bananaistan
GA Secretariat
 
Posts: 2779
Founded: Apr 20, 2012
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Bananaistan » Sat Dec 12, 2020 3:28 pm

Wymondham wrote:
Bananaistan wrote:OOC: It's good form to link to the target in the OP.

OOC: My apologies, is it better to link to the resolution on the GA passed resolutions page on the main site, or the post in the GA resolutions thread on the forums?


OOC: Either is acceptable but the post in the passed resolutions thread is easier to get for you.
Delegation of the People's Republic of Bananaistan to the World Assembly
Head of delegation and the Permanent Representative: Comrade Ambassador Theodorus "Ted" Hornwood
General Assistant and Head of Security: Comrade Watchman Brian of Tarth
There was the Pope and John F. Kennedy and Jack Charlton and the three of them were staring me in the face.
Ideological Bulwark #281

User avatar
Kenmoria
Negotiator
 
Posts: 6530
Founded: Jul 03, 2017
Corporate Bordello

Postby Kenmoria » Sat Dec 12, 2020 4:03 pm

“You capitalise ‘clause’ in your ‘noting’ and ‘concerned’ clauses, but not anywhere else. This needs to be standardised, preferably with the non-capitalised variant. Regardless, this repeal has my full support.”
A representative democracy with a parliament of 535 seats
Kenmoria is Laissez-Faire on economy but centre-left on social issues
Located in Europe and border France to the right and Spain below
NS stats and policies are not canon, use the factbooks
Not in the WA despite coincidentally following nearly all resolutions
This is due to a problem with how the WA contradicts democracy
However we do have a WA mission and often participate in drafting
Current ambassador: James Lewitt

For more information, read the factbooks here.

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Sat Dec 12, 2020 4:29 pm

Bananaistan wrote:
Wymondham wrote:OOC: My apologies, is it better to link to the resolution on the GA passed resolutions page on the main site, or the post in the GA resolutions thread on the forums?


OOC: Either is acceptable but the post in the passed resolutions thread is easier to get for you.

OOC: I have edited it into the OP :)
Kenmoria wrote:“You capitalise ‘clause’ in your ‘noting’ and ‘concerned’ clauses, but not anywhere else. This needs to be standardised, preferably with the non-capitalised variant. Regardless, this repeal has my full support.”

"Our apologies, it appears our ambassdor wrote this at the end of a particularly long word day, the capitaliation error has been corrected with the non-capitalised variant. In the future we shall ensure our ambassador writes his proposals at a more resonable hour."

User avatar
Honeydewistania
Minister
 
Posts: 2588
Founded: Jun 09, 2017
Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby Honeydewistania » Sat Dec 12, 2020 6:02 pm

"You have a jumble of arguments that are either slamming the resolution for not protecting the right to assembly in certain cases and slamming it for protecting the right to assemble in certain cases. I wonder if it will be beneficial to stick to just one narrative (I recommend the not doing enough one) as some people may support some arguments but oppose others, therefore losing you more support."
Honeydewistania (Nation mostly does not represent real life views.)
Hell yeah I'm ancap... ANti-CAPitalist B)

Retired Regional Military Director of Lazarus
Ambassador to the WA: Benji Schubert Hepperle
Assistant to the Ambassador: Rekeil Wrigglesworth II
Official Coffee-fetcher and Masseuse: Jonathan Santos de Oliveira

The MT Army Warrior
Need me? Click here!
Biggest acheivement: Spelling

User avatar
Imperium Anglorum
Postmaster-General
 
Posts: 10159
Founded: Aug 26, 2013
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Imperium Anglorum » Sat Dec 12, 2020 6:05 pm

Big agree; pick one consistent position to defend in your repeal.

Author: 1 SC and 40 GA resolutions
Maintainer: GA Passed Resolutions
Developer: Communiqué and InfoEurope
Toxic villainous globalist kittehs
Delegate for Europe
Elsie Mortimer Wellesley (EMW); OOC unless otherwise indicated
Ideological Bulwark 285, WALL delegate
Dastardly villain providing free services to the community sans remuneration

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Mon Dec 14, 2020 12:23 pm

Honeydewistania wrote:"You have a jumble of arguments that are either slamming the resolution for not protecting the right to assembly in certain cases and slamming it for protecting the right to assemble in certain cases. I wonder if it will be beneficial to stick to just one narrative (I recommend the not doing enough one) as some people may support some arguments but oppose others, therefore losing you more support."

"I understand your concerns, I have restructured the resolution to provide a coherent narrative whilst still addressing all of the issues my government perceives with the resolution in question"

User avatar
Modessia
Secretary
 
Posts: 28
Founded: Dec 01, 2020
Ex-Nation

Postby Modessia » Mon Dec 14, 2020 1:24 pm

Hmm. As the other members have said, could you immediately put forward new legislation after the old was repealed? Striking this act down without a replacement would be extremely dangerous.
Stylan's in-character roleplaying puppet.

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Mon Dec 14, 2020 2:40 pm

Modessia wrote:Hmm. As the other members have said, could you immediately put forward new legislation after the old was repealed? Striking this act down without a replacement would be extremely dangerous.

OOC: The replacement draft is linked in the OP and can be found here

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Sat Dec 26, 2020 9:43 am

OOC: Bump. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated as this is my first time in the GA

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Mon Dec 28, 2020 5:03 pm

OOC: I've added in the following clause:
Disappointed that the resolution allows denizens to impede the proper function of government under the pretence of an assembly,

User avatar
Honeydewistania
Minister
 
Posts: 2588
Founded: Jun 09, 2017
Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby Honeydewistania » Mon Dec 28, 2020 6:23 pm

Wymondham wrote:OOC: I've added in the following clause:
Disappointed that the resolution allows denizens to impede the proper function of government under the pretence of an assembly,

How?
Honeydewistania (Nation mostly does not represent real life views.)
Hell yeah I'm ancap... ANti-CAPitalist B)

Retired Regional Military Director of Lazarus
Ambassador to the WA: Benji Schubert Hepperle
Assistant to the Ambassador: Rekeil Wrigglesworth II
Official Coffee-fetcher and Masseuse: Jonathan Santos de Oliveira

The MT Army Warrior
Need me? Click here!
Biggest acheivement: Spelling

User avatar
Wayneactia
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1690
Founded: Aug 01, 2014
New York Times Democracy

Postby Wayneactia » Mon Dec 28, 2020 9:10 pm

Honeydewistania wrote:
Wymondham wrote:OOC: I've added in the following clause:

How?

That is a legitimate question.

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Mon Jan 04, 2021 9:10 am

Honeydewistania wrote:
Wymondham wrote:OOC: I've added in the following clause:

How?

"Our delegation has expanded the clause to read as follows in an attempt to explain how GA27 allows this to occur"
Disappointed that the resolution allows denizens to impede the proper function of government under the pretence of an assembly, as Clause 2 does not extend its provisions to public property, or to assemblies which prevent the government from functioning, such as occupying the legislative assembly of a member state,

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:20 pm

OOC: Bump, feedback much appreciated

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Thu Jan 21, 2021 3:06 pm

Last call for comments on this - will be submitted for approval at the weekend

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Fri Jan 22, 2021 12:59 pm

In respond to feedback via discord the following change has been made
Saddened that the resolution does not acknowledge that deliberate inaction, such as failure by law enforcement officers to protect individuals of a certain racial group, can be incredibly damaging and that assembly for the purpose of calling for such inaction ought not to fall under its protections,

Has been altered to:
Saddened that, while it bars those who call for violence via direct action from its protections, the resolution shields those who do so via calls for deliberate inaction, such as by urging law enforcement officers to refrain from protecting individuals of a certain racial group,

User avatar
Wymondham
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 193
Founded: Apr 03, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Wymondham » Sat Jan 23, 2021 4:23 am

This has been submitted for approval here

User avatar
Greater Cesnica
Negotiator
 
Posts: 6614
Founded: Mar 30, 2017
Anarchy

Postby Greater Cesnica » Sat Jan 23, 2021 6:16 am

I support this repeal, and have approved it.
Alan Moore wrote:People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.

User avatar
Sierra Lyricalia
GA Secretariat
 
Posts: 3789
Founded: Nov 29, 2008
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Sierra Lyricalia » Sun Jan 24, 2021 9:46 pm

OOC: I have marked this Illegal in the queue for an Honest Mistake: the clause beginning "Disappointed..." asserts that assemblies which result in the occupation of legislative assemblies are protected under the target resolution. The target clearly states that "individuals shall have the right to peacefully assemble" (emphasis added) - non-peaceful assemblies are not protected here and I don't see how anyone could argue that such occupations are "peaceful."

I apologize for not catching this prior to submission; the last time I looked at this thread I don't recall seeing it, but that was a while back.
Principal-Agent, Anarchy; Squadron Admiral, The Red Fleet
The Semi-Honorable Leonid Berkman Pavonis
Author: 354 GA / Issues 436, 451, 724
Ambassador Pro Tem
Tech Level: Complicated (or not: 7/0/6 i.e. 12) / RP Details
.
Jerk, Ideological Deviant, MT Army stooge, & "red [who] do[es]n't read" (various)
.
Illustrious Bum #279


Next

Advertisement

Remove ads

Return to General Assembly

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Ardiveds

Advertisement

Remove ads