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Offline Republika Orla Polski

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Situation in Germany
« on: July 16, 2008, 12:11:36 PM »
Henryk Sienkiewicz, EU president, takes the stand and starts his speech:

"Fellow EU parliament members, I am disgusted by the actions from the Czech Socialist Republic in Germany. Once again there is a war being fought in Europe and the fragile stability is being threatened. I believe it to be our task to bring peace once again to this Central-European nation. I shall allow the Czech delegation to defend themselves as I believe everyone has the right to do so. I now invite you all to share your ideas about this situation."

He looked about the room as he said this, staring a bit longer at the Czech delegation with a very meaningful look on his face.


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Re: Situation in Germany
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2008, 06:12:08 PM »
Our Czech Socialist Republic is in the undesirable position of being left out in the cold by the European Union. Despite assurances of support for a multilateral administration of Germany from other members of this union our People's Defense Force is currently fighting fascist terrorists supplied and supported by none other than these very same nations. Our Czech Socialist Republic moved into Germany only to secure its borders from the habitual Teutonic warmaking that was sure to arise in the same kind of chaos that existed at the time of Hitler's rise to power. We have acted only in the best interests of ourselves and all of Europe and it is the nations who continue to supply and support the terrorists who are responsible for war.

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Re: Situation in Germany
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2008, 05:00:14 AM »
There's a new government being formed in Germany as we speak and as long as I haven't seen any signs of hostility against other European nations, I'll give them the benefit of the doubt. That they show hostile behaviour against CSR is understandable, as their nation was being under attack by them. We do offer military support to other members of the EU if we believe the EU memberstate, engaged in war, is the one in its right, but as I don't see it that way right now, Poland (and other nations) are not backing up CSR in Germany. In order to persuade us, you'll need to come up with some real hard evidence that there was a real threat from Germany for the CSR at the moment the German government fell.