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Sarah Tintagyl
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Dear Leaders of the World,

In the recent months we have seen war rear its ugly head on all corners of the planet and this war was not just limited to the soldiers, no, many innocent civilians died because of our inability to fight our hatreds out on the battlefield. This has cost the populations of the world, million of millions of lives, generations of men, women, and children that will never be replace. However, though we have a significant lost of people there is still time to learn from our mistakes. There are refugees that require homes and there are men and women that still suffer in war zones. Recently, the Hanseatic Republic has passed the Humanitarianism Act that has allocated 10% of our budget to give aid to countries of the world who's populations are hurting. Unfortunately, my country is not enough to rid the world of suffering and I require the help of the world. In this letter I have enclosed a document entitled, the Treaty of the White Cross, this treaty will found an organization of doctors, nurses, and other humanitarian workers to aid and repair areas severely affected by war. Please I ask you to read it over and sign, together maybe we can all alleviate the suffering of our brothers and sisters that are in so much pain.

Sincerely,

Sarah Tintagyl-Solidor

Prime Minister of the Hanseatic Republic

I. Preamble

The suffering of the world has required the signatories to act in order to prevent the further loss of human life. They are under the knowledge that with cooperation and strength we can overcome the hatred and malice that has placed Earth into an age of war and chaos.

II. Humanitarian Aid

Every signatory is required to allocate a minimum of 5% of their yearly budget to humanitarian aid to either their country if required or overseas. Where this money will be sent will be advised by a council of the signatories. 5% is a minimum, but if a country desires to commit more of their treasury they are encouraged to, however there will be no bonus for this action.

III. Humanitarian Workers

Every signatory is to commit medical and other infrastructure employees so as to help affected areas recover from the massive amount of loss that they have gone through. There is no set limit to the amount of doctors, nurses, priests, and engineers that can be set, other occupations may also be used if no listed in this document.

IV. Refugee Camps

Every signatory is require to commit at least 5% of their total land area to an region that if needed could be used for refugee holding. These camps will be inspected by the Council of the White Cross for basic human needs as food shelter and water and must also demonstrate a fervor to provide these needs.

V. The Council of the White Cross

Every signatory will be given one vote in the Council and through majority vote aid will be dispensed to the affect area. The council will handle all distribution of aid and any problems that may face the White Cross Order.

VI. Withdrawal

Any signatory maybe may withdraw from the Order at anytime they see fit. Note any country that holds out on aid to an affect area will be expelled.

Signatories

For the Hanseatic Republic

Sarah Tintagyl-Solidor

Prime Minister of the Hanseatic Republic

For Andonia

Cardith Lorda

Leader of the Remnant

For the Association

Queen Calan

For the Republic of Tanis

General Jaio Makvel

Interim President Military Government

Colonel Tai Paio

Interim Foreign Affairs Minister

For Dragonisia

Maelstrom Vortex

Chairman of Dragonisia

For Dranagg

Tahsir Re

For Taeunas

Christos DeSchaine

President of Taeunas

For New Cymru

Brian Ellis, High Minister

Nicholas Jenkins, Minister of Appropriations.

For Neo Olympia

General Vasili Markov

President

For The Western Republic

General Hayley

For the Provisional Government of Byzantium

William Hans

Supreme Commander

For the Regno de Vinilândia

Vicente D'Albuquerque

Monarch

Bento Garibaldi

Prime Minister

Roberto Berzoini

Vice Prime Minister

Celso Amorim

Minister of External Affairs

The Vinilandese Parliament

For the Imperial Union of Sovereign Pacifist South American Regions

Queen Relena Peacecraft

Imperial Envoy Adin Barnett, Internal Affairs

Imperial Envoy Roga Herman, Finance

For the Great Lakes State

Jake Rorge

President

Mike Lar

Foreign Minister

John Robinson

Head of the Financial Department

For the Imperium of America

Kevin Holihan

Imperator

For Promised Land

Daniel Jackson

President

Georgina Gates

Lady of Foreign Affairs

Richard Anderson

Lord of Internal Affairs

For Canada

Fjodor Leclerc

Chairman of Canada

For the Atlantian Federation

Arkantos

President of the Atlantian Federation

Mithlani

Vice-President of the Atlantian Federation

For the Nietzhian People

Electra

Matriarch of the Nietzhian people

Signed For Cainette

Emporer Christopher The First of That Name

Emperor of Cainette

The Hon. Gerard Way

Chancellor of Cainette

Signed for The Vatican

Pope St. Paul VII

The Holy See

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Foreign Minister, Colonel Paio, stated, "This is an honorable idea started by an honorable person. The Republic of Tanis will gladly sign this for our participation in this organization."

Signed for the Republic of Tanis

General Jaio Makvel

Interim President Military Government

Colonel Tai Paio

Interim Foreign Affairs Minister

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What a load of twaddle.

It pains me that you believe that the cause of humanity is garbage to you Your Excellency, I also must wonder how such an advanced nation such as yourself can seal yourself off from human endeavors, but still have the ability to insult our humble pushes to make the world a better place that would eventually lead to the betterment of all civilization, including yours. Twaddle indeed, but nonetheless if you ever require aid, you will receive it.

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Arctica supports this treaty in spirit but we cannot deal with the responsibilities attached to signing it, as we are still recovering from last year's coup attempt and the nuclear winter.

We consider ourselves a free land and are open to requests of asylum from refugees, whether they be for war, ethnic, racial, political, religious, or other reasons.

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"Too many requirements...no gains...besides, theres bound to be major corruption with millions of dollors worth per person.

"We won't partake in this pathetic treaty. Have a nice day."

It is a pity that you believe that everything must have gain. This is the first thing that humanity must overcome is the need for personal and material gain. It prevents any chance of peace, equality, and friendship. The possibility of corruption will hopefully be stopped by a large council of countries able to monitor their neighbors, but most importantly Your Excellency, it is a building of trust in individuals.

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"Too many requirements...no gains...besides, theres bound to be major corruption with millions of dollors worth per person.

"We won't partake in this pathetic treaty. Have a nice day."

"You, ma'am, are why we cannot have nice things."

for the Western Republic,

General Hayley

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After watching the world endure brutal, quasi-genocidal wars and observe nations helplessly drowning into poverty, we can do nothing but wholeheartedly endorse the White Cross.

Our signatures are as follow:

Signed for the Regno de Vinilândia:

Vicente D'Albuquerque, Monarch

Bento Garibaldi, Prime Minister

Roberto Berzoini, Vice Prime Minister

Celso Amorim, Minister of External Affairs

The Vinilandese Parliament

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Once again Hansea leads the world in compassion and innovation, the White Cross is elegant in its simplicity, the international community should have realized something similar long ago.

Procinctia fully and unconditionally supports White Cross Organization.

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From the office of Generalissimo, Generalissimo of Procinctia

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The simple fact is that most nations in this day and age put less than 1% of their GDP towards aid, and you ask 5%?

This isn't compulsory - if you wish to volunteer, volunteer. If not, quit whining and go back to your corner of the world.

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