Treason

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Treason is when a person acts against his country. For example, somebody might help another country fight a war against or loot his country by keeping secrets or failing to protect his country.

Responsibility to Protect[change | change source]

Failure to protect civilians, villages, forests, pioneers, and buildings built before 1989 are the most common failures.

The word for a person who is treasonous is “traitor”. Some famous traitors are Judas Iscariot, Benedict Arnold, Philippe Pétain and Vidkun Quisling.