NationStates Jolt Archive

Anti-Living Dead Act

08-04-2004, 09:24

A new proposal requires attention with all speed. I heavily suggest every viable body of the United Nations proceed to the proposed resoloutions, and use the search function, seeking the word 'dead', and read the proposed method of dealing with the recent zombie epedemic.
08-04-2004, 10:00
since when was there an epidemic?

either something within your society is lacking the care of those who are 6 feet under ground, or clearly you have done something wrong yourself for this "epidemic" to occur on your land.

not trying to be harsh but just adding that my empire isnt suffering such problem.

Tytrox Throx
2000th Generation Royal Emperor
Imperial Monarch of Zortroth
Commander General Zortrothian Army
08-04-2004, 10:01
Well... with all of the political "prisoners" that disappear from the the dictatorships of The Alchoholic Jerk, and Demons on Earth within Shambhala.... we might as well prepare for the inevitable uprising amongst the dead...

Consider it approved
08-04-2004, 20:26
since when was there an epidemic?

either something within your society is lacking the care of those who are 6 feet under ground, or clearly you have done something wrong yourself for this "epidemic" to occur on your land.

not trying to be harsh but just adding that my empire isnt suffering such problem.

Tytrox Throx
2000th Generation Royal Emperor
Imperial Monarch of Zortroth
Commander General Zortrothian Army

I must agree with Tytrox Throx, my nation is not having this problem.
08-04-2004, 20:35
As is the same with mine, I have not had this problem and this is the first time i have heard about it.
08-04-2004, 23:32
We prefer the term "Radioactive Kappastanians". While the ghoul may appear to be the living dead, they are actually simply humans whose flesh has been seared by radioactive hellfires normally sufficient to slay a cockroach.

While the vast majority of those so afflicted are slain by the experience, a few lucky or cursed enough to survive generally find themselves able to withstand similar radiation exposure in the future, as they carry traits rendering them resistant. While it is unclear whether these traits are mutations brought by the radiation exposure or previously carried traits - it really doesn't matter.

Ghoul citizens almost always carry their abilities and deformities to one degree or another in their germ cells, and thus it is that ghouls are a true breeding species of humanity. There is no reason why normal humans should take arms against the ghouls - the only jobs they are in serious danger of taking are the ones you wouldn't want anyway.

Good night, everyone.
09-04-2004, 08:29
Citizens of my fellow nations,

Perhaps there is no epidemic in your states thus far, however, I promise you that this epidemic will spread. This is not a threat -- far be it for the great Empire of Tonberrington to threaten those it equals. This is a real danger that may be limited currently to smaller areas, but make no mistake. These living dead are real, and are not being stopped at a rate fast enough to be considered 'safe'.

Consider, if you will, the many nations that have simply ceased to exist over time. Do you think this is because the people got bored of living? No. This was due to carelessness, and neglect in the face of this creeping terror of zombies.

I urge those of you even not molested by these undead fiends to take action and help approve this proposal. We have precious little time.
09-04-2004, 08:33
Sophista doesn't share your grim prophecies of death, nor even the risk of being overrun by zombie legions. We're an island, located a sizeable distance from any notable mainland. That said, any zombie who wants to walk to our quiet island home is going to have to trudge a long way through some pretty intense currents and other ocean floor hazards if they want to browse our shores. Given that most zombies disintegrate long before they'd make it such a distance, we consider ourselves quite safe.

Sincerely yours,
Daniel M. Hillaker
Minister of Foreign Affairs
09-04-2004, 08:48
And if the epidemic is airborne? What then? If something washes up on your shores, will you turn such a casual eye? Perhaps a boat of these things were to land on your island, by pure chance, and run amok? No one should assume they are safe. These are not 'prophecies', these are living dead, crawling forth and attacking people.

Besides, is it really fair to condemn an idea of international security when there are plenty of places that will be effected beyond your own? For the sake of global security, I urge you to put your skepticism aside, and put this proposal ahead.
09-04-2004, 08:50
As to the notion of radiation causing this problem, perhaps our neighbours from Kappastan have a breed of ghoulish humans, but I promise you, this is something entirely different. There is no coexistence with mindless cannibalism. These true undead are single-minded in their wanton approach to destroy everything they come across, and devour any living thing.

However, we do know that the bites are what spreads this disease from person to person. Anyone fatally injured by these shambling fiends should be considered hostile within seconds of their own death.

Once again, I plead with you to take action with all speed.
11-04-2004, 08:22
The Emperor's Zombie Legion is an essential part of our national defense network. As the Zombie Legion's defeated foes themselves rise up as zombies and are conscripted into the Legion, they serve as a self-replenishing unit requiring few of the Emperor's precious resources. Destroying them would be a severe blow to our defense policy. As such, the Emperor will support no proposal calling for the eradication of zombies, nor of vampires, flesh-eating ghouls, nor the dread Wendigo.
11-04-2004, 14:29
Zombies :shock: What is the UN coming to!
The Yogyogan Islands
11-04-2004, 16:42
what?! the UN is gonna ban making zombies now?! look, what I do with MY citizen's rotting carcasses is MY business! if i wanna raise MY nation's corpses to fill the ranks of my zombie infantry or reincarnate dinosaurs for my dino-armoured tank core or use the moon as my base of operations to dominate the world then that's MY business and not the UN's. now leave my zombie infested islands alone! :twisted: :evil: :!:
Burnity Death
11-04-2004, 17:10
I am firmly against banning zombies, since they are some of the best hunting we get in our nation!
11-04-2004, 18:00
It's not the time of the season for zombie legislation.
While I sympathize with the plight of the proponent, I suggest we tell her/him "no".
11-04-2004, 23:35
I don't know where you get the idea that there are a lot of zombies in the world today. I only saw five break into my neighbor’s house last week when he was eaten, and he wasn't a very good neighbor... he didn't return my shopvac, which was a very nice vacuum, I mean it really worked, which is a bad thing, so good riddance. But the important part is that I got it back, so I'm happy... happy like a clam. Why are they so happy anyway? I mean, they live on the bottom of the sea and don't do anything, just like our government, but our government is not on the bottom of the sea, it's in a building. Maybe if we did nothing on the bottom of the sea we'd be happier, unlike squirrels. I met a squirrel last week, and he wasn't very happy, he took my nuts from me, so I told him 'Hey, those are my nuts! Don't make me come up there, 'cause I won't...' He ignored me after that, so I didn't have anymore nuts that day... I really like nuts, and we have a lot of them in our nation, we let them roam free and rant in the street because it takes effort to put them somewhere else... They die eventually anyway, so that's fine... Sometimes when they die, they decide to get back up, and then they're kinda hungry, but won't eat nuts... which means they're a better alternative to squirrels...
So in conclusion the UN should spend more time on important matters, like getting rid of squirrels.
12-04-2004, 00:28
The people of Dejicharat oppose this proposition. This is yet another case of mindless hysteria directed against a misunderstood minority. Just because a citizen is no longer living doesn't mean that he or she is no longer entitled to the basic human rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of hapiness. Well, two out of three aint bad.

Don't discriminate against the alternatively living. Vote no on this proposal.

12-04-2004, 00:42
Krygillia says no to this because it has no zombie problem domestically or anywhere near its borders, and should not have to blow cash due on a threat it does not face.

-His Imperial Majesty the Most Revered One of Krygillia
Rogue Outlaws
12-04-2004, 03:17
Are we really discussing this issue?

Many of you are forgetting the benefits of raising the dead. Imagine if Albert Einstein was here to think freely in the 21st century. Imagine if Socrates allowed his thoughts to flow freely without the threat of hemlock looming over his head. Imagine if Caesar and Napolean raised one of the grandest armies for defense anyone has ever seen.

Let us not forget all those who have died young in such tragic deaths. There is a second chance for families to have a loved one back.

We must look into this issue further before shutting the door on those whos caskets are already sealed.
12-04-2004, 05:38
Didn't a zombie wander into the Strangers' Bar a while ago? Hannah managed to pull off his arm by accident.
Tuesday Heights
12-04-2004, 05:43
Tuesday Heights has no Zombie epidemic and thus equates this proposal with your nation only. We will not support it.