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A Brave New World Part 2

Discussion in 'Never Ending Stories' started by EQandcivfanatic, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. tuxedohamm

    tuxedohamm Disguised as crow.

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    Is the news story our leaders read. Therefore it seems only logical that the "enemies of democracy" are those who currently occupy Jamaica. So we can only support Georgia's claim that the real issue is Haiti's occupation of Jamaica.
     
  2. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    Well I need four posts, incluing this one to get to the top of the next page within the next 10-15 minutes for theu pdate. I'll make this one relevant by saying two fun near-spoilers.

    1. Tuxedohamm, I think the real issue you'll find for yourself isn't either of the ones you mentioned.

    2. Let's see what happens when Georgia tries to flex its muscle on the issue, it'll be fun!
     
  3. Cynovolans

    Cynovolans Not in my dimension.

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    Georgia also had an "election" two years ago, but of course that was fake and who is to say a jamaican dictator wouldn't fake an election.
     
  4. bombshoo

    bombshoo Never mind...

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    Update came faster than I expected. I will post the story I was going to post here later where it can be better read.
     
  5. tuxedohamm

    tuxedohamm Disguised as crow.

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    OOC: Maybe not, but it's nice to keep in character. Even when I've got no clue what's going on.
     
  6. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    Don't worry tuxedo, it'll be fun! A whole new outlook for you!
     
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    Global News Report

    ECONOMIC REPORT. Tsarityn, Russian Federation. This year has seen further economic growth in many parts of the world, especially as the Caribbean recovers from last year’s devastating hurricanes. The world is still on an upswing from the aftermath of the Great Recession, and many hope that it will continue that way. Economists suggest that with the continued invention of new technologies and industries, the world’s economy will grow further. As before, the total economic changes for the year are listed below:
    Canada: +1 EP
    Cuba: +1 EP
    Danish Empire: +1 EP
    Egypt: +1 EP
    Haiti: +1 EP
    France: +1 EP
    Germany: -1 EP
    Greece: +1 EP
    Korean Empire: +1 EP
    Italy: +1 EP
    New England: +2 EP
    Russia: +3 EP
    Virginia: +1 EP

    North American News Report

    TEXAN ELECTIONS. Houston, Texan Republic. The Texan elections this year were focused primarily on domestic issues and reform, in comparison to foreign affairs. The Texan people, hoping for changes in government policies towards union and labor, voted en masse for the nation’s Liberal Party. The liberals have promised to pass further reform and to maintain the rights of the nation’s working class. (+1 Stability)

    KLANNISTS ATTEMPT TO SEIZE POWER IN TENNESSEE. Nashville, Tennessee. The Tennessean government was viciously attacked this year by paramilitary forces of the Ku Klux Klan. The Klannists attempted to seize power, proclaiming a new nation of Tennessee in union with Georgia for a greater American nation. The standing military of the government was fortunately able to suppress the rebellion, but only after several months of bloodshed. A Tennessean newspaper has published alleged evidence that the Georgian Klannist government was responsible for the coup attempt, hoping to secure complete dominion over Tennessee. Massive anti-Georgian rallies have been held, some even calling for war to avenge the deaths caused by their attempt to overthrow the government. (+3 Stability, -36 Manpower, -13 Infantry Brigades)

    FRANCOPHONE GATHERING. Winnipeg, Metis Republic. In a smaller version of the events of the 1925 Great North American Fair, the French nations of North America sent delegations to Winnipeg in the Metis Republic. A hockey demonstration as well as other events were held for the benefit of all attendees. The most significant event however was when President Savauge was injured while giving a speech to a large gathering of Quebecois. His speech was about Quebecois tolerance of the Canadian government and peaceful protest over violent methods. The Quebecois called him a traitor and coward, and stones were thrown, including one which injured the President. Local police forced the closure of the Quebecois booth which led to further mockery of the Metis “nation” by underground Quebecois newspapers.

    CANADA UNVIELS NEW WEAPON. Toronto, Canada. The Canadian government unveiled their new flying contraption, the “biplane” or as it is officially known, the Oliver Make Number One. This craft, based on principles as determined by the Oliver Company’s test flight a few years ago, is many times smaller than even the smallest zeppelin. It is piloted by only a single person, and many doubt that it’ll be much use in combat. Critics state that the “Plane” is far too small to pose any threat to a zeppelin and that they would be suicide in any long term flight pattern.

    NEW ENGLAND STANDARDIZES MARINES. Boston, Republic of New England. The army of the Republic of New England have announced the completion of new doctrines and training which have dramatically reformed the marine corps, until recently a half-hearted part of the navy. The New England Marine Corps are said to be the finest soldiers within the New Englander military, trained in diverse combat scenarios and island warfare. Many of the marines’ new weapons and tactics are being kept as highly guarded secrets, as these elite troopers make up a strong part of the nation’s growing military and imperial power.

    Central/South American News Report

    MILITARY SEIZES POWER IN PARAGUAY. Asunción, Paraguay. The Paraguayan elections this year were bloodily postponed by new developments. The army of Paraguay, concerned about the actions of the previous government in aligning with the communists, determined to take matters into their own hands. The army has seized control of the government during the electoral process and ousted the previous regime. Though the loyalists attempted to hold things together, they were soon defeated by the better trained and equipped regular military. The new military regime has denounced the hold government and rallied a large part of the populace behind it. They have vowed to defend the country’s new empire in Bolivia and Paraguay from the threat of socialist destruction. (+2 Stability, -12 Manpower, -7 Infantry Brigades)

    BELIZE ELECTIONS. Belize City, Belize. The nation of Belize suffered through a vicious election campaign this year, which nearly tore the country in two. The Liberal and Conservative parties faced off on numerous issues, and clearly hoped to achieve power. The brutal campaign between opposing candidates left many unsure about the quality of the government. To make matters worse, several Conservative campaign rallies were attacked by supporters of the Liberal government, and the conservative press accused the government of plotting it as political intimidation. The Liberal Party won in the end of the season, but many suspect vote tampering and some have called for a recount. (-2 Stability)

    HONDURAS ELECTIONS. Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The elections in the nation of Honduras were dominated by ongoing disputes over the occupied nation of El Salvador. Some political leaders have called for the direct annexation of eastern El Salvador, but others have stated that their independence must be garuanteed. Unfortunately for the security of the region, the nation’s Conservative Party has won the election, promising to annex the eastern part of El Salvador. The Guatemalan government has warned Honduras about any such aggressive activity, promising military action should they attempt to annex El Salvador. (-1 Stability)

    VENEZUELA ELECTIONS. Caracas, Venezuela. The Venezuelan Moderate Party coalition collapsed this year to the dismay of many within the country. The Moderate government has led the country ever since the ousting of the Socialist Party. Disputes within the coalition leadership soon led to once again the splitting of the political scene into conservative and liberal factions. The Liberal Party, newly reformed, won the election in the landslide, portraying the conservatives as warmongers. The conservatives hardly helped their position by warning against possible Colombian aggression in a potential future war. (+2 Stability)

    FAUX CUBAN ELECTIONS TURN DEADLY. Havana, Cuba. This year’s elections for Acturo Pierre were supposed to be quiet. The standing president’s name was the only name on the official ballot, allowing for a quick and simple choice for all Cuban voters. This proved to be unfortunate, as it seems a large number of Cuban voters voted for an underground liberal leadership. These write-in ballots were collected and all those deemed to be responsible were jailed. The accidental shooting of one of the leaders of this move sparked major riots within Havana, and martial law was soon declared. The government has stated that order has been restored, but it is believe that major damaged was caused across the Cuban countryside. (-4 Manpower, -1 Infantry Brigade, -2 Stability)

    BATTLES OFF JAMAICA. Kingston, Empire of Haiti. Naval forces of the United Nation States of America clashed not with one, but two powers this year over the fate of the island of Jamaica. First, another major convoy, with massive naval escort was sent from the Socialist Union of South America. A large part of this force were smaller submarines, many of which sunk in rough waters before even reaching a combat area. More were sunk by New England picket submarines and destroyers, which caught the submarines running on the surface. The South American surface fleet then was confronted by a united UNSA task force. Unlike the previous expedition, which turned away when confronted, this fleet fired a warning shot, demanding that the ships vacate the coast of the “sovereign people’s republic of Jamaica.” The UNSA ships refused, and the SUSA fleet fired. The ships of the SUSA almost all missed their targets, and the return fire from Haitian and New Englander fleets was devastating. With the almost instantaneous defeat of their navy, the ships attempted to flee, but were soon sunk or apprehended by the UNSA navy, this being the only point when some UNSA ships were sunk by resisting soldiers and volunteers on some of the transport craft. A mere week after this event, the UNSA task force was met in the north by a Georgian fleet sent to demonstrate strength in the region. The zealous Georgian commander, hearing of an overexaggerated defeat of the UNSA by the communists, vowed to “finish off” the New Englander navy. His ships were destroyed nearly as quickly as the SUSA armada, though they did manage to sink some smaller UNSA ships. The UNSA nations have continued to warn against further aggression against Jamaica which would be met with similar force.
    Casualty List
    Georgia: 10 Destroyers, 4 Light Cruisers, 2 Heavy Cruisers, 1 Atlantic-class Battleship
    Socialist Union of South America: 17 Destroyers, 6 Light Cruisers, 3 Heavy Cruisers, 2 Atlantic-class Battleships, 22 Submarines
    New England: 3 Destroyers, 1 Light Cruiser, 5 MR Submarines
    Cuba: 2 Destroyers, 1 Heavy Cruiser
    Texas: 1 Light Cruiser
    Haiti: 1 Destroyer

    European News Report

    NEW DEVICE DEVELOPED. Roma, Republic of Italy. Italian researchers, working independently of most industries have developed a revolutionary new machine which calculates figured. Though extremely large and expensive this new device allows for mathematics to take place at entirely new levels of research beyond all previous possibilities. The new computing device has found its way into laboratories and universities across Italy, aiding in scientific endeavors. The Italian government has commended the inventors in their creativity and achievements.

    BULGARIA ELECTIONS. Sofia, Bulgaria. The Bulgarian government has held their elections this year, and the reigning party continues to dominate over all contenders. Radical movements to the left and right have been shouted down in the press, which is firmly controlled by the conservative backers of the King. The King’s Conservative Party has managed to keep control of the government, handily winning the elections. Press and government have condemned Russian agreements with Greece, stating that they were caving in to the threat of violence and that Greece should have been punished for their meddling in the Russian Imperial Protectorate.

    SERBIA ELECTIONS. Belgrade, Serbia. The humiliating military encounter with Greece last year was brought to an end by Russian payment of reparations to the Greeks. This has left a lasting mark on Serbia which gained little of what it hoped for from the war effort. This has been followed by a minor recession within the nation, hardly improving the situation for the Moderate coalition running the country. The conservatives, backed by the monarchy, have pledged a new order in Serbia, and reform of the country. They have spoken in favor of the lisists, which have recently been denounced in Russian popular culture. The people have rallied in support of the government, which claims that it is clear that Russian power is weakening and that the true time to part may soon be at hand. (+2 Stability)

    VIOLENCE IN IRELAND. Belfast, England. The English government, sending its military forces en masse into Ireland for the first time this year, met with some minor resistance. Overall, however, the English have offered tolerant rule, much more than expected by the Catholics. Strict rules for respecting Catholic property have been issued to the army, a more lenient approach than that of the previous Ulster government. Some assets of the Catholic Church have even been restored to the Church’s control. This has led to several attacks by Protestant militias, which have claimed that they were betrayed by the English government.

    DEAL MADE IN BALKANS. Athens, Greece. The Russian and Greek governments completely bypassed the Serbian regime in securing the details of a treaty to end the conflict in the region. The Greek government offered a plebiscite to the Albanian people on independence, which was heartily rejected. The Russians in turn paid massive amounts of compensation to Greece, which has joyously spent the cash, further basking in their military prowess and political influence.

    African/Middle Eastern News Report

    OTTOMAN ELECTIONS. Ankara, Ottoman Empire. The elections this year were hotly disputed as the reigning Committee of Union and Progress was devastated by a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Pasha. The Mustafa Kemal government has done well in running, but have met with many troubles following the election. Though they gained the largest amount of seats, they have received no majority in executive votes or in the legislative branch of the government. The effective collapse of the CUP let the People’s Party as they are called win under much dispute. Various other parties, including the remnants of the CUP and other forces have officially disputed the election results. The rising fervor has erupted into riots, as the new government sends military troops into Kurdistan. The defeats in battle have further exacerbated the situation at home, which grows increasingly violent with each passing week. (-6 Manpower, -3 Infantry Brigades, -2 Stability)

    PALESTINE ELECTIONS. Al Quds, Palestine. The elections within Palestine proved to be much more tranquil than those within their larger Ottoman neighbors. The Palestinian people, comfortable with the ongoing status quo of the situation with Germany, have once again elected the Conservative Party into office. The prosperity and tranquility brought to the region by rising Jewish immigration and tourism have led to newfound wealth. The Palestinians displayed their gratitude by continuing to support German protectorate status. (+2 Stability)

    KURDISTAN REBELLION. Mosul, Kurdistan. The Kurd resistance won several decisive victories this year through unorthodox tactics. The Ottoman army, prepared for a conventional front war, met no Kurdish front, and instead suffered irregular attacks combined with some regular actions. Though the Ottomans would move in and take territory, they would soon find Kurdish positions where there had previously been none. The Kurds frequently encircled and destroyed Ottoman units which remained isolated from eachother due to the harsh climate and terrain. Anti-tank activity, mimicked from the fighting in China, led to disgrace and disaster for Ottoman tanks which moved in. The Ottomans have secured no territory, forced to withdraw troops due to military setbacks and problems on the home front.
    Casualty List
    Ottoman Empire; 10 Infantry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades, 2 Tank Brigades, 1 Hotchkiss Brigade
    Kurdistan: 7 Infantry Brigades

    YEMEN CELEBRATES INDEPENDENCE. Sana’a, Yemen. The Yemeni government was recognized as an indpenedent national regime by the German Republic this year. This was the result of failed negotiations for autonomy within the German Imperial Protectorate. The Yemenis have vowed a prosperous new era for their people and regime, heralding that a new age may soon be dawning for the removal of all imperial powers from the Middle East. (+1 Stability)

    Asian/Pacific News Report

    ISSUES IN SINKIANG. Urumqi, Sinkiang. The government of Sinkiang announced the end of the anti-Islamic purges in their country this year, stating that the situation has been resolved “Tennessee-style.” The government has announced that there is no more Islam within their borders. It has been confirmed that all Muslims have been exiled from the country into Afghanistan by force. They were paid meager amounts of money for their land, which has been officially nationalized by the Sinkiang government. They have vowed that Islam will no longer have a toehold in the purified China. (+5 Stability)

    FIGHTING IN CHINA. Lanzhou, Republic of China. Fighting seems to be slowing down in China as the republican government secures more and more territory against the communists. The communist military, faced with overwhelming numbers and odds, have halted all their offensives in favor of fighting for each scrap of land. These tactics have badly bled the republicans in their advances, and this has taken its toll. The Republicans have been halted just south of Yancheng by the fifth communist defensive line, while in the south, they have secured control of much of the Peking region before being halted by a desperate communist defensive line. In the far south, the warlord of Guangxi has at last been deposed, not by the republicans, but by a French army which landed, much like they had way back in 1904. The French defeated the Guangxi military without much effort, as the force scattered before it. They have occupied the region directly, harshly cracking down on the region. This has been a vicious effort, as many Frenchmen felt cheated with a lack of true combat. Photographs of destroyed villages and slaughtered Chinese men have been shown with celebrating their horrific slaughter of the defenseless people. Republican authorities have been outraged by these actions, and Dong Feng Rong has been met with massive criticism for inviting French imperialism once more upon China. Some have demanded that he immediately resign for his approval of the slaughter of thousands of Chinese by his French “allies.”
    Casualty List
    Republican China: 108 Infantry Brigades, 7 Artillery Brigades, 2 Tank Brigades
    Communist China: 61 Infantry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades, 2 Tank Brigades
    France: 4 Infantry Brigades

    Review of the Arts

    White Man’s Struggle
    Type: Moving Picture (Silent)
    Genre: Documentary
    Producer: Georgian National Productions
    Run Time: 43 minutes
    Summary: This film illustrates the threat of both communism and said “inferior races.” This film has been harshly criticized outside of the Georgian nations for its blatant militarism and has been banned throughout most of North America. Even within Georgia heated debate has risen as the population is made well aware of the intent and beliefs of the Klannist government.

    The Sports Page

    OLYMPIC COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES 1936 PICKS. Copenhagen, Danish Empire. The International Olympic Committee has announced the nominees for the 1936 Olympics this year. This year’s events are scheduled to take place in a North American nation, as the 1932 were selected within Europe. Three cities have been picked and the committee is in session to determine the suitable location for the Olympics. The standing choices were reviewed as stable and secure locations, unlikely to be embroiled in war in eight years. The first choice is Baltimore, within the Virginian Empire. The second option available is the city of Savannah, within the nation of Georgia. The final option for the committee is the city of Providence within the Republic of New England. The world’s sporting community awaits the upcoming decision eagerly. (works the same way it did last time, anyone can have one vote)

    AMERICAN CUP. Charlotte, Virginian Empire. The Charlotte Football Club have continued their devastating winning streak this year, by yet again winning the American Cup for football. The Virginian team defeated the Boston Football Club in a game which was frequently interrupted by rainfall. The final score of the game was listed to be four to three, in the Virginians’ favor. At the time, the brash new team of Charlotte seems to be nearly invincible against all those who oppose them on the field.

    EUROPEAN CUP. Oslo, Swedish Empire. This year has seen the entry of Sweden into presenting a suitable football team. Despite the well displayed performance of the Oslo Football Club throughout the year, they failed to achieve victory in the final and most important game. The Oslo team was defeated by the well respected Paris Football Club, which once more made its way to the top of the charts. This victory in Sweden has restored vigor in the French team, which has had lackluster performance since 1925. The final score of this year’s game ended around two points to one with the Parisian victory.

    SOCIALIST FOOTBALL LEAGUE. Rio de Janeiro, Socialist Union of South America. The dirty communist countries continued their mockery of the proud traditions of football this year by insisting that they do in fact have an actual organization. Though this is believed to be communist propaganda, since their low mind power and ignorance prevents them from actually playing sports, some competitions have taken place. Needless to say they have been definitively more clumsy on the field than those players of capitalist countries, allowing for much laughter from real people. It is believed that the dirty Reds from Argentina defeated the filthy communist bastards from Rio de Janeiro three to two this year.

    Political Cartoon from Boston, Republic of New England



    Diplomatic Pouch

    OOC

    @Justo, that’s not how improving stability works, leftover EP has been banked.

    @UNSA members: because there was a surplus in tech spending and the only two of you to offer a suggestion for after pistons suggested Movies 3, that tech is the one currently under research with leftover funds.

    @Soldier_Child I did not do you what you suggested for reform for a number of reasons, which I will send via PM following the update.

    Karalysia has been ejected from Ovambia for lack of activity in sending orders.

    Nuclear Kid has been dropped from Persia due to a lack of activity.

    HMS Vanguard has been dropped from the Swedish Empire due to a lack of activity.

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  8. D'Artagnan59

    D'Artagnan59 The Gascon

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    And who was right about the ROC being a puppet government to appease the imperialists?

    To: All The Chinese Still Supporting The Republicans
    From: UCC

    How could you betray your brethren by allying with these monsters? They bring in Europeans to destroy your villages, rape your women, and murder your children.
     
  9. bombshoo

    bombshoo Never mind...

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    We had your word as little harm would come upon Chinese people in the region as physically possible. This does not appear to be the case. In the interest of maintaining the excellent relations we've had thus far, we expect that your men who committed atrocities will be punished and some sort of compensation will go to the families of those injured. We also trust that the land will be returned over to us as agreed upon before any more misunderstandings

    From: The Republic of China
    To: The UCC


    We ally with them because they help to destroy the real monsters. If you truly seek to end everything you speak of surrender now.

    From: The Republic of China
    To: The Chinese People


    The Republic's current stance on the incident in Guangxi is to blame a few overzealous soldiers of the French Army, and not the government of France itself, who has aided us greatly in bringing the war against the Communist traitors to an end. We trust France will do the right thing and justice will prevail.
     
  10. Crezth

    Crezth 話說天下大勢分久必合合久必分

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    We will summarily return control of the land to you under stipulations of your choosing. To apologize for the inconvenience we will give 5 EP to stand as reparations and to begin a rebuilding effort for any inconspicuous carnage caused by the reign of the Guangxi.

    Rumors of French atrocities are, as ever, exacerbated by cowardly foreign media. However we seek to redress and will pull out at the next available opportunity.
     
  11. bombshoo

    bombshoo Never mind...

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    See? We cool.

    From: The Republic of China
    To: France and Italy*


    We thank you for deposing the warlord and I think we can all agree that it would be best for the French to turn over control within the next year. We do invite French and Italian engineers to the northern part of the country to assist in reconstruction however.

    To: Sinkiang
    From: The Republic of China


    Soon you will have to answer for your actions.

    *Yes we saw into the future
     
  12. Adrogans

    Adrogans Quiet Laughter...

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    Italy is also willing to send in aid efforts and 3 EP to assist the Chinese People.

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    Italy supports Savannah
     
  13. Matt0088

    Matt0088 Deity

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    Canada votes for Providence, New England.:)
     
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    Anonymous2U Deadly Serious

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    SUSA votes for Baltimore
     
  15. TerrisH

    TerrisH Mischief?

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    I vote for Providence, New England.
     
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    Luckymoose The World is Mine

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    @EQ: I shouldn't have been so vague :lol:


    Georgia votes for Savannah.
     
  17. bombshoo

    bombshoo Never mind...

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    @EQ

    If Sinkiang expelled all the Muslims, shouldn't their EP have dropped significantly? Significant Han immigration didn't occur until at least the 60s and even today Muslims are the vast majority of the population. Deporting them would leave only a couple of million people in the already sparsely populated province. Did the Qing have a program to move ethnic Chinese to the province in an early part of the NES?
     
  18. SoldierChild

    SoldierChild Anarchist

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    With this unexpected/half expected(by the ROC) move. As the ROC has said you will have an answer for your actions.

    Forcing the Muslims out of your country and giving them insufficient money for their properties, was not what we had in mind.
     
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    The Danish Olympic Committee votes for Providence, Republic of New England, as the 1936 Olympic Games' venue.

    EDIT: Orders sent.
     
  20. bestshot9

    bestshot9 Monkey Sharpshooter

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    If its okay, may I re-claim Sweden? Though Penn is fun and all... I do so miss my old country :(.

    Good update BTW!

    EDIT: Also, if I get to be Sweden then Sweden votes for the Olympics to be held in Providence, New England, but if I don't get Sweden then Pennsylvania votes for Providence, New England, so it don't really matter either way there :p
     

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