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Foreign Relations of the U.C.C.R

Regarding the decision of the Department of Foreign Relations of Liahonia not recognizing the UCCR, the Acting Minister of Foreign Relations has made the assumption, based on intel and government reports, that the UCCR does not allow religions, other than Communist Christian. This goes against our criteria for recognition of nations. This decision was also based on the fact the UCCR bans Gay Rights. Although The King does oppose Gay relationships, Liahonia is a place that is free from discrimination (he also has a cousin who is gay). If any of these assumptions are in error, please let us know.

Liahonia.gov (talk) 18:25, 10 June 2021 (UTC)

Nope all is good. We just don't believe in Gay rights. The support of the LGBT community is an enablement of a mental disorder and it's quite sickening to see so much of the world be not only supporting and promoting but actually be proud of a mental malformation.
What about religion in the UCCR? Can citizens practice any religion, or only Christianity? I myself am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where we believe that marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God. In Liahonia, we haven't necessarily banned Gay rights, but policies against Gay marriage is currently pending. Liahonia.gov (talk) 22:09, 10 June 2021 (UTC)
Religion is Officially Christian, and open practice is banned for any other religion, such as preaching/teaching non-Christian religion. there is to be no places/buildings of non Christian worship within the nation. however private gatherings within homes are allowed and rooms within said homes may be made into places of foreign worship due to privacy laws stating that what goes on behind closed doors stays that way. It is impossible to see this within the nation however due to the population of the nation being homogenously Christian.
By "open practice", do you mean that a non-Christian cannot practice in a public church/mosque/synagogue? Does it mean that "foreign worship" is legal as long as it is done privately? Liahonia.gov (talk) 23:36, 10 June 2021 (UTC)
no mosques or synagogues are allowed to be constructed in the Nation, and inevitably if some one were to be of a different faith in the nation I cant stop them from practicing their beliefs so under logical understanding from the law they are allowed to practice what ever religion they want as long as its within their own home. However they are not allowed to preach or meet about it in public. Christianity is state religion and is enforced in all aspects of law that are reasonable. The burning of anti-Christian literature and the removal of anti-Christian teachings from schools is in full affect by the law.
I'm curious, why is non-Christian worship illegal in public? I understand that Christianity is state religion, but most macronations that have state religions still allow open, public worship (take the UK for example). Don't you think the UCCR would be more diverse if people could worship/practice publicly? Liahonia.gov (talk) 04:10, 11 June 2021 (UTC)
I don't like diversity, it causes national division and raises tensions amongst the public. I don't allow the open worship of other religions because then I would be allowing people to spread lies and all sorts of insults to the Lord. Christ is the Lord and Christianity is true and that is the only thing that shall be preached on the U.C.C.R's streets and within its public spaces.
True, diversity can divide a nation, but it can also enrich a nation. It all depends on how a government is run. It is the government's duty to encourage unity and mutual respect for each other's personal beliefs. According to article 18 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, "Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance." Not only does the Lord teach the truthfulness of His gospel, He also teaches of the importance of the freedom of choice. Genesis chapter 2 verse 16, from the KJV of the Bible, says that "The Lord God commanded the man, saying, Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat." This means that we are free to choose for ourselves. Don't you think it's important to let people choose for themselves? Liahonia.gov (talk) 04:11, 13 June 2021 (UTC)

After much thought and consideration, it has been decided that the status of recognition of the UCCR will remain unchanged. This is because the UCCR does not allow diversity and restricts the freedom of religion. If the laws surrounding social diversity and/or religious freedom changes, the UCCR's status will be reviewed. Liahonia.gov (talk) 03:50, 18 June 2021 (UTC)

This concludes the discussion between Liahonia and the UCCR