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18th Jul '16 6:11:23 AM WiseMan23753
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* Deconstructed in ''FanFic/KingsOfRevolution''. The TSAB's non-interference policy prevent them from conducting any deep investigation over the Earth's activities. LOGOS takes advantage of this in order to set up bases. More importantly, it keeps the heroines of ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' from helping their countrymen suffering from the brutal treatment of foreign occupiers and [[ArrestedForHeroism are prompted to arrest those who do try to help]]. That draws additional ire from their former friends, [[spoiler: with one pulling a FaceHeelTurn]].
3rd Jul '16 3:24:00 PM Luppercus
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*** G'Kar makes a speech in one of the episode that more or less synthetizes the Declaration of Principles, it include things like freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the right to pursuit happiness.

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*** G'Kar makes a speech in one of the episode that more or less synthetizes the Declaration of Principles, Principles ([[WarriorPoet that he wrote]]), it include things like freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the right to pursuit happiness.
3rd Jul '16 3:22:50 PM Luppercus
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*** G'Kar makes a speech in one of the episode that more or less synthetizes the Declaration of Principles, it include things like freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the right to pursuit happiness.
3rd Jul '16 3:20:52 PM Luppercus
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** Canonically, thoug, the Earth Alliance seem not to avoid at all intervention with other races internal affairs as shown in the series. The Earth fought an entire war against the Dilgar in order to help the less advance members of the Non-Aliegned Leage and in one episode the Earth government sent soldiers to help an ally dictator violently supress a rebelion for example, and after the creation of the Interestellar Alliance the canonical Expanded Universe mentions how the organization kept intervention in non-member worlds as, for example, it helps the Centauri faction lead by Vir Cotto fight off the Drakh and their supporters from the Centauri government.

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** Canonically, thoug, though, the Earth Alliance seem not to avoid at all intervention with other races internal affairs as shown in the series. The Earth fought an entire war against the Dilgar in order to help the less advance members of the Non-Aliegned Leage Non-Aligned Worlds League and in one episode the Earth government sent soldiers to help an ally dictator violently supress a rebelion for example, rebelion, and after the creation of the Interestellar Alliance the canonical Expanded Universe mentions how the organization kept intervention in non-member worlds as, for example, it helps the Centauri faction lead by Vir Cotto fight off the Drakh and their supporters from the Centauri government.
3rd Jul '16 3:18:55 PM Luppercus
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** Canonically, thoug, the Earth Alliance seem not to avoid at all intervention with other races internal affairs as shown in the series. The Earth fought an entire war against the Dilgar in order to help the less advance members of the Non-Aliegned Leage and in one episode the Earth government sent soldiers to help an ally dictator violently supress a rebelion for example, and after the creation of the Interestellar Alliance the canonical Expanded Universe mentions how the organization kept intervention in non-member worlds as, for example, it helps the Centauri faction lead by Vir Cotto fight off the Drakh and their supporters from the Centauri government.
1st Jul '16 9:23:45 AM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', Mr. Mxyzptlk's species had something like this; in his second appearance, the rulers of his dimension put him on trial for "meddling with an under-evolved species" (along with violating dimensional travel laws, and worst of all, not keeping his word, which is apparently a serious crime there). As punishment, he was banished to Earth's dimension (without his powers) and required to do a good deed for the inhabitants. Superman ordered him to perform three months' community service as his good deed...[[CrowningMomentOfFunny on Bizarro World]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', Mr. Mxyzptlk's species had something like this; in his second appearance, the rulers of his dimension put him on trial for "meddling with an under-evolved species" (along with violating dimensional travel laws, and worst of all, not keeping his word, which is apparently a serious crime there). As punishment, he was banished to Earth's dimension (without his powers) and required to do a good deed for the inhabitants. Superman ordered him to perform three months' community service as his good deed...[[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments on Bizarro World]].
16th Jun '16 12:16:25 AM Doug86
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* In ''[[FanFic/SovereignGFCOrigins Origins]]'', a ''Franchise/MassEffect''[=/=]''StarWars''[[spoiler:[=/=]''[=Borderlands=]''[=/=]''[=Halo=]'']] MassiveMultiplayerCrossover, the [[spoiler:Eridians]] have one on paper at least, but considering how much meddling has happened under the guise "If you do things right, the lesser races will not know you did anything", enforcement is weak at best. Contrast with the [[StarWars Trans-Galactic Republic]] that will happily engage in a TechnologyUplift if the society in question agrees (though said uplift tends to [[MyWayOrTheHighway happen on the Republic's terms]]). [[spoiler:A faction of Eridians created the Yuuzhan Vong in tubes, stripped the Force from the galaxies, and left [=Forgotten Superweapons=] nearly everywhere in the name of avoiding a greater threat. Considering that threat is the Flood, they may have a point.]]

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* In ''[[FanFic/SovereignGFCOrigins Origins]]'', a ''Franchise/MassEffect''[=/=]''StarWars''[[spoiler:[=/=]''[=Borderlands=]''[=/=]''[=Halo=]'']] ''Franchise/MassEffect''[=/=]''Franchise/StarWars''[[spoiler:[=/=]''[=Borderlands=]''[=/=]''[=Halo=]'']] MassiveMultiplayerCrossover, the [[spoiler:Eridians]] have one on paper at least, but considering how much meddling has happened under the guise "If you do things right, the lesser races will not know you did anything", enforcement is weak at best. Contrast with the [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars Trans-Galactic Republic]] that will happily engage in a TechnologyUplift if the society in question agrees (though said uplift tends to [[MyWayOrTheHighway happen on the Republic's terms]]). [[spoiler:A faction of Eridians created the Yuuzhan Vong in tubes, stripped the Force from the galaxies, and left [=Forgotten Superweapons=] nearly everywhere in the name of avoiding a greater threat. Considering that threat is the Flood, they may have a point.]]
15th Jun '16 8:06:37 PM MyFinalEdits
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*** Renegade Shepard can call out the Prothean Javik for his race leaving technology behind, uplifting races forcefully and [[spoiler: genetically engineering natural [[GravityMaster biotic]] ability onto the [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe asari]] and leaving them the most advanced of their technology]], saying "We didn't earn it ourselves", but Javik counters that they had to do this to unite the galaxy to fight off a Reaper genocide.

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*** ** Renegade Shepard can call out the Prothean Javik for his race leaving technology behind, uplifting races forcefully and [[spoiler: genetically engineering natural [[GravityMaster biotic]] ability onto the [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe asari]] and leaving them the most advanced of their technology]], saying "We didn't earn it ourselves", but Javik counters that they had to do this to unite the galaxy to fight off a Reaper genocide.



* The Protoss of ''Franchise/StarCraft'' had this policy ever since an incident with a minor race called the Kalath. Some researchers revealed themselves in an attempt to stop a civil war and both sides attacked the Protoss instead, Collossi were built and used to decimate their population. The Protoss even considered the warp-capable Terrans to qualify as "lesser races" under that policy and only revealed themselves to [[DeathFromAbove "purify"]] Terran colonies that became infested by the [[HordeOfAlienLocusts Zerg]].
** It's revealed in ''Legacy of the Void'' that [[spoiler: the [[{{Precursors}} Xel'naga]] ''also'' had such a clause, something which naturally concerns Artanis considering the Protoss were uplifted by the Xel'naga in the first place. Of course, it turns out that BigBad Amon was responsible for the uplifting.]]

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* The Protoss of ''Franchise/StarCraft'' had this policy ever since an incident with a minor race called the Kalath. Some researchers revealed themselves in an attempt to stop a civil war and both sides attacked the Protoss instead, Collossi were built and used to decimate their population. The Protoss even considered the warp-capable Terrans to qualify as "lesser races" under that policy and only revealed themselves to [[DeathFromAbove "purify"]] Terran colonies that became infested by the [[HordeOfAlienLocusts Zerg]].
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Zerg]]. It's revealed in ''Legacy of the Void'' that [[spoiler: the [[{{Precursors}} Xel'naga]] ''also'' had such a clause, something which naturally concerns Artanis considering the Protoss were uplifted by the Xel'naga in the first place. Of course, it turns out that BigBad Amon was responsible for the uplifting.]]
15th Jun '16 4:13:58 AM manofwarb
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*** Renegade Shepard can call out the Prothean Javik for his race leaving technology behind, uplifting races forcefully and [[spoiler: genetically engineering natural [[GravityMaster biotic]] ability onto the [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe asari]] and leaving them the most advanced of their technology]], saying "We didn't earn it ourselves", but Javik counters that they had to do this to unite the galaxy to fight off a Reaper genocide.
2nd Jun '16 10:56:35 PM PaulA
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* In L. Sprague De Camp's "Viagens Interplanetarias" stories, the Terrans are specifically forbidden from importing ''technology'' to the warlike inhabitants of the planet Krishna. Enforcement of the rule is done by electronic brainwashing so that even if the natives capture and ''torture'' a visitor, they are unable to reveal anything. Note that clever ways to evade this rule drive the plots of several stories.

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* In L. Sprague De Camp's "Viagens Interplanetarias" Creator/LSpragueDeCamp's ''Literature/ViagensInterplanetarias'' stories, the Terrans are specifically forbidden from importing ''technology'' to the warlike inhabitants of the planet Krishna. Enforcement of the rule is done by electronic brainwashing so that even if the natives capture and ''torture'' a visitor, they are unable to reveal anything. Note that clever ways to evade this rule drive the plots of several stories.
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