Can we appoint a Guardian ad Litem?
The monster in DC, illegitimately claiming to be something called the "government" of something called the "United States", now claims that it can take away a trademark because it doesn't like the trademark. It claims that Fragile Endangered Non-violent Delicate Flower-Like Firsts Nationses Peopleses don't like this trademark, so it can't exist.
Well, I suppose the claim makes sense. Fragile Endangered Non-violent Delicate Flower-like Firsts Nationseses Peoplesesesese NEVER used offensive names for competing groups.
The Tonkawa tribe had its own name originally, but neighboring tribes took a distaste to them and started calling them Tonkawa, meaning 'cannibals'. Neighboring tribes then proceeded to exterminate the Tonkawa, all before the Euros came into that part of the country. The unfortunate Tonkawa didn't get a chance to sue the other tribes for defamation; they just got slaughtered.
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Seriously, I wonder if there's some way to declare the monster in DC to be incapacitated by reason of hyperhyperhyperhyperinsanity beyond all possible definitions of insanity, and to have it involuntarily committed to some type of Asylum for Crazy Entities that Delusionally Believe Themselves to be Governments.
Then all of its bizarre genocidal "laws" and "rules" could be automatically superseded by rational laws and rules made by a Guardian ad Litem.
Old-fashioned monarchies occasionally had to do something similar. When the genetically designated King turned out to be a lunatic, a sane Regent ruled in the name of the King. But our problem is on a vastly larger scale.
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