The League of Nations's Secretariat does hereby condemn the newly adopted policy of the Board of Punishments, The Rexist Rijk, with regards to the so-called Ten Abominations.
Though the League understands and recognises that the crimes therein named ought to be punishable as such, criminal offences, we think that the punishments mandated by the Board are dating back to almost Medieval times. This goes especially for the removal of certain body parts, such as the nose and limbs.
The League of Nations always stands for human rights. Including those of criminals, for that shows the world true decency: that you can, irrespective of what another person did to you and your community, show respect and dignity for the human being and treat him as he ought to have treated you[r community].
Gabriella, Comtesse de Polignac
Director-General to the League