Discussion in 'Never Ending Stories' started by Sheep, Jan 8, 2007.
That was awesome Cleric.
30 December 2007
Association of Engineers and Architects of Turkey
Hydroelectric Power Plants
-Among the 24 HPPs under construction, 10 were completed. The power of these vary between 20 and 300 GW.
State Transportation Projects
-The construction of high-speed rail line Ankara-Eskisehir-Istanbul is completed. 10 high speed trains with max 250km/h speed are deployed on it (They were purchased from Spain in 2006).
-Construction of high-speed rail line Ankara-Konya continues.
-Production of Korean designed KTX high speed trains started in the new factory in Adapazari. KTX can travel as fast as 350 km/h.
-Doubling (adding one lane in each direction) of various single-lane highways (totaling 500km) continues.
-Extension of the expressway network in the south continues. The two pieces of extension are Taurus bypass and Gaziantep-Sanliurfa, totaling 250km.
Municipal Transportation Projects
-Convertsion of major signaled intersections in Ankara into unsignaled overpass-underpass type continues.
-Extension of subway networks of Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Bursa, Adana continues. Construction of the subway tunnel crossing the Bosphorus was started as part of this extension.
-The light rail tram line is completed in Kayseri.
-Construction of Diamond of Istanbul and Sapphire continue in Istanbul.
-Construction of Dubai Towers started in Istanbul.
-Construction of Paramounts new theme park began in Ankara.
OOC: Well it wouldnt be hard at all really, i mean someone chucked a grenade at him and the only reason it didnt kill him is because it was a dud... i know that our Prime Minister would be an easy enough target, he takes morning walks no matter where he is, must be a pain for security... not to mention the total lack of security...
President Zentani Muhammad az-Zentani (Libya)Speech Concerning the Assassination Attempt Against President George W. Bush and current US policy
The government of thee Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya wishes to express it's deepest sorrow for the President of the United States, George Bush, his family and the entire country. He hope this will bring increased attention to the need to combat Wahabism and Militantism by means which do not infuriate the entirety of the Middle and Near East as well as Northern Africa. The only thing that current United States Policy and their War of Terror is strengthening the resolve of such militant groups like Al Qaida, and this is in no-one's best interest.
As such we are willing to work with the United States and their allies to create less destructive policies, particularly in hot spots such as Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan. In Iraq, for the most apparent example, thousands die in sectarian violence and they have little control of the situation in much of the populated areas of the country. Many Arab countries are willing to place their forces, who know both Arabic, costumes, and have experience fighting paramilitary groups, under their control in the region. However, as long as the west continues there current policy, no such help will be able to be utilized.
We must take a strong stance against extremism, but not such a misconceived one as the US currently puts forward. Thank you
Of course, Cleric is awesome.
all you people quoting Borat... "We pray that you will destroy Iraq so bad that not even a lizard will be able to live for the next hundred years"
Egyptian statement concerning the assassination attempt on premier Bush
We would like to hope for the best for President Bush. However, like our allies in Libya have stated, we hope this emphasizes the importance of changing your current foreign policy. Although ever since the Iran Contra affair, and to a lesser extent before, there as been strong anti-american sentiment in the middle east. However since your actions in Iraq it has never been so strong. Almost daily there are anti-American protests in Cairo, a very, as you would say, “westernized” city. We think that you must really reconsider your current position in the middle east and let a coalition of Middle Eastern states take over.
Morocco joins the other nations in expressing its deepest sympathies for President Bush and the American people. Morocco too has experienced the face of terrorism and reiterates that it will remain a staunch ally in the war on terror.
It also hopes that this incident will not further damage the American people's (ooc: and their American wallets') view of Islamic countries and that they will continue to tour the fine nation of Morocco.
OOC: I actually was real close to choosing Kazakhstan just for Borat jokes in this NES...Its hilarious but im glad I didnt.
I am back! Story soon.
What? Please, Darkening, I am playing perfectly in character, so please refrain from attacking me personally - of course I want to keep my power. France, if anything, is primarily concerned with its own prestige.
Again, refrain from the personal attacks in the NES. If you want to say something to me than say it through other venues instead of attacking the way I am playing just because your idea is unrealistic and is being shot down.
I was- I know its something weird- playing in character! Just because I can't stand your ego doesn't mean anything really. I just choose to do it OOC. You accused me of trying to get power, I accused you of trying to keep it. Hardly a personal attack. Second off, I never expect my idea to get support - as I said a thousand times before-and I couldn't care less about it getting "shot down."
Take a chill pill
Atleast my ego has some substance to it, unlike some others I could name but won't .
A LA RECHERCE DU TEMPS PERDU
THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF NICOLAS SARKOZY - 2007
That truly is horrendous, Germany however is glad that while we may have lost the great Speaker George Bush, his legacy may very well live on.
You'd better be careful what you say, Symph, the Patriot Act is already watching you.
But I'm sure if you'd like to lay out in detail a possible assasination plan, the Secret Service would love to hear it.
Update Preview is posted. This will whet the appetite and also I release this in the hope that people realise the updates will take more than the regular ones just due to the sheer size of this nes
1. French new economic future
2. Chunnel Blasts, heaps die.
3. European Space Agency announces manned flights from 2009.
4. French riots and European Union wide protests/riots due to Islamic crackdown.
5. French and American soldier atrocities lead to riots in Germany calls for their withdrawal echo in every level of German life.
6. High-speed telecommunications and information services arrive in Luxembourg
7. Croatian Technologies opens its doors.
8. Russian Youth League is proclaimed
9. Russian correctional system overhauled, however critics question new laws.
10. Chechen Republic crushed by Russian Army, remaining rebels flee into neighbouring Georgia.
11. Environmentalism takes hold in United Kingdom
1. Middle East riots
2. Iraq (spotlight)
5. Iran Nuclear Blast
6. Crude Oil continues to increase in price.
7. Saudi military conducts exercises in Persian Gulf
8. Turkish reforms bear fruit
North America/ Caribbean Sea
1. President assassination attempt (will he die or not?)
2. Haiti erupts into rioting
3. Mexican economic reforms start showing positive results
Central America/ South America
1. Panama Canal Project Begins
2. Brazilian education reforms take hold
1. Solomon Islands
2. East Timor
3. North Korea gives up its nuclear warheads and begins economic recovery.
4. Suicide Bomber in Sydney
5. Indonesia erupts into violence after the assassination of Abu Bakir Bashir, several bombings.
6. Irian Jaya (West Papua) gains autonomy
7. Indonesia begins research on ‘alternative’ power sources.
8. Floods in India
9. China sends second man into space
10. India begins economic reforms
11. Japanese nationalism on the rise
12. Kashmir Violence
13. Massive LeT attack in Delhi
1. Togo and Ghana form Union
3. Bomb blast kills Ethiopian Vice President
4. Angola begins economic recovery
6. African Civil Wars
7. Famine in Mozambique
8. Morocco begins economic recovery with Tourism.
9. South Africa begins Project: AIDS
10. Condom use in Angola drops due to Vatican campaign
11. Ghana-US economic ties strengthen
1. Expansion attempts vetoed by United Kingdom and PRC
2. Cyprus Resolution passes.
3. US gives speech on human rights throughout the world
Looks awesome! and overwhelming....
General question Re: ESA man in space, they could really do it now with their Soyuz launchers bought from Russia. Or do you mean with their own technology (in which case 2 years is...ambitious)?
Before you say its 'secret' thats not how science and engineering works , and you'll probably have to tell your populace what your doing with their money...
Hahahhaha...awesome...totally awesome...this looks quite exciting and bloody. I'm eagerly looking forward to this.
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