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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #20 on: October 28, 2008, 09:32:51 PM »
Glashiman President Neil Willcott today announced that he was heading for Cape Verde, or rather Versalife was headed for Cape Verde. A massive technological company that spawns an onimpresent say in the military improvements is now going to be theoretically installing a few installations on Cape Verde.

The President was approached for comment.

"This is a necessary expansion that will allow us to have a strategic advantage over many and will also allow Versalife the expansion it needs."

Max Chen, the lead geophysics researcher also commented.

"This is THE expansion for this company, it will allow Versalife to become completely devoted to its persuit of scientific research."

There, at this time, is also the claim that this archepeligo is going to be used to house military bases as well.

The Glashiman President was asked about the Garinagu situation and the threat made by the heads of Garinagu.

"In all honesty, they moved tanks to our border first, we just replied in kind. I have no problem with people deciding they don't like us, hell people haven't liked me since I was elected but I always get the job done. This expansion isn't about threatening them, because if I wanted to put pressure on them all I would do is tell my troops to begin attacking, Garinagu doesn't have the resources to pose much threat to Glashima."


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #21 on: November 04, 2008, 12:16:00 PM »
Glashiman attack troops split in half, one half stays in Cario, the other proceeds to back up the fleets in Chad.

Bahumut in Chad is ordered to proceed to Diffa and Agadez to set up camps and bases.

Shiva and Alexander are ordered to move south to the border of KweKwe.

OOC: I am setting up outside of Garinagu, the two provinces east of him.
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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #22 on: November 04, 2008, 12:51:34 PM »
Glashima moves its second half of its attack group and The Brotherhood and Ifrit fleets to south eastern Chad.


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #23 on: December 04, 2008, 08:56:00 PM »
*Neil Willcot was interviewed today by some top political analyists about current situations of the AU and it's possible re-joining*

Q: Does Glashima have any plans to rejoin the AU?

NW: No, at the moment the AUSG and AUSC have not approached Glashima about our possible inclusion and the only way they will get our membership is by striking a deal with us. However, the AU seems to be alienating more and more people from applying as it takes two full weeks for a senior member. Recall that I have held the office of AUSG for 7 terms and I am under the firm belief that I didn't ruin the AU. It seems that this useless evaluation period makes no sense.

Q: What do you think of the AU at present?

NW: I think the AU has lost a lot of its power and presence, the AU used to be an organization that was supportive and had a firm hand and now..well I think Warlordia said it best, they lost their teeth, now weither Glashima was the teeth or not is up for debate but I wouldn't be too surprized to find that most people agreed with Warlordia. *Neil took some time to laugh* but in all honesty I think it's an organization that has lost it's purpose, the members in the AU know they can take advantage through expansion and with no one to stop them how can the AU legitimately say that they are an organization of any sort?

Q: What do you think of the transformation of the AU, you left while KweKwe's delegate held the office and didn't return when he left.

NW: Well, KweKwe wasn't the sole problem with the AU, he was a definate problem, but he had the potential to effectuate change, but the problem is that he was too impressionable. He agreed with me when he should have stood up to me and he stood up to other nations when he should have tried to find a fair comprimise. In all honesty, the AU needs to break it's own rules sometimes in order to be taken seriously, they need to let the world know that they can operate outside it's rules when necessary to provoke negociation. Now, Confederate States' delegate holds the seat and, in all honesty I am happy they are the AUSG, they haven't contacted me about Glashima's inclusion to the AU and they proposed a referendum that has completely destroyed Glashima's chances of ever coming back. The AU needs less red tabe.

Q: What does the AU need? Another you?

NW:Well, I was nothing special, I tried to find a way to resolve problems diplomatically but if that failed then I knew I could go on the offensive and use force to get the solution. The thing about this is, they're correlated, no one is going to negociate terms with someone who cannot threaten them and currently the larger forces exist outside the AU. In short the AU needs to rebuild the burnt bridges between the nations it includes. The first thing I would do if I was the AU would be to try to convince Russia to join but again with the red tape, two weeks before a senior membership... Mainly, the AU needs to prove that it's not an organization that complements the AUSG's friends, it needs to prove it's an unbiased voice in a troubled world, and I am just not seeing it lately.

Q: What about the conflicts right now?

NW: Well, the AU seems to be involved in only one of three right now when they should be focused on as much as they can. Understandably, the AUSG can only be so many places at once but at this time they need to use their alliances to their full advantage and call in some favors to avoid losing people on each front, confidence, publicly, is dying in the organization and they need to do something about it.

Q: What about the HoI?

NW: The HoI is currently inactive, when something happens it will be all over the news, you can trust me about that one. The members were selected based on their ability to think and act on situations and I am glad to have those nations surrounding me.



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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #24 on: December 20, 2008, 02:46:45 PM »
Glashima places its defensive forces on full alert.


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #25 on: December 20, 2008, 11:58:13 PM »
Glashiman President was again questioned by the panel today:

Q: What's next on the Glashiman agenda?

NW: Well, we are going to deal with the conflict in Russia by placing heat on the party we can most influence, Latin Union seems to be reasonable, albeit conflict prone and they should listen to a reasonable proposal.

Q: What of the other forces involved?

NW: Once the Latin forces are removed I'm sure the storm will be at an end and then we will see where we stand in terms of peace.

Q: Is Glashima forming a slight aganist the AU?

NW: Just like pot in Confederate schools, it seems to be the thing to do.

Q: Do you think the AU becoming involved in the north would be intrusive?

NW: Well no more intrusive than ourselves but I would like to know how they are going to get there with the Suez being closed and all.

Q: How was the HoI performance in the recent southern conflict?

NW: I was very impressed after all the HoI won the day, without Garinagu, Rhodesia and Glashima I can't see the point of that war ending being as nice as it was.

Q: What do you think of the negociations between the Confederates and KaNgwane at present?

NW: I don't really care, the Confederates are looking to strike a deal with a government that will soon be non-existant, can you say waste of time?

Q: Has the HoI instituted a learning curve for the nations inside it?

NW: Yes, but hopefully not too steep of one, we hope that the veteran nations are helping them out a little but the HoI rookie members are much ahead of where I expected them to be.


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #26 on: December 22, 2008, 10:01:40 PM »
Glashiman President Neil Willcott stood before his people today and had the following to say:

"My people, we are no longer an AU nation, but we all of us have been paying attention to the AUSG and the AU policy. It is safe to say that it is undergoing a massive change, they are overstepping thier bounds, they are trying to reserve the right to examine votes of internal elections, the AU cannot influence national policy, it is not their right. Now, I ask something of all of you, phone your family members and friends that live in other countries and get them to force their government to overthrow this oppressive rule, get them to let their voice be heard because the AU is stepping into your lives, it is trying to influence you, when it should only be there to protect the path you walk it now my choose the path you walk. It now may cut off the oppurtunities for you."

Glashiman President Neil Willcott has been in the spotlight lately and it doesn't seem like that is going to change, with his influence over the world currently at the peak of its power, he certainly doesn't seem to need a title to make a difference.

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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #27 on: December 22, 2008, 10:54:36 PM »
A Letter to the Editor,

If the fate of a people is at stake, if the sovereignty of a nation has been stepped upon and selectively removed by another nation, if the people of the nation which as lost sovereignty have been stepped upon, oppressed, forced to vote while a man holds a gun to their head and tells them who or what to vote for, should the world sit back and do nothing? Should only Glashima be allowed to do something? Is this not the place for a multi-lateral organization to take up a stance against corruption and deceit, to make a stand for freedom and democracy?

You misquote and misinterpret a policy meant to help the world move forward; your reporting shows that your nation would see the retardation of the world to a "Jim Crow" type of voting, where certain groups are disallowed to vote and people with certain views are intimidated and discriminated against. Your reporting suggests that Mr Wilcott would see even the most inalienable, self-evident rights stripped from human beings and that he completely disbelieves in any degree of social contract theory.

If you are going to criticize a policy, at least keep your facts straight. The AU directive is to review votes for unity and secession, its purpose is not to review every internal election as you make it out to be, only votes for unity and secession. There is a clause where in extreme cases an internal election may be reviewed if it is so requested, but that is not the purpose of the AU election directive. In my opinion Wilcott is starting to sound a lot like Mugabe.

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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #28 on: December 23, 2008, 07:36:08 AM »
A Letter to the Editor,

If the fate of a people is at stake, if the sovereignty of a nation has been stepped upon and selectively removed by another nation, if the people of the nation which as lost sovereignty have been stepped upon, oppressed, forced to vote while a man holds a gun to their head and tells them who or what to vote for, should the world sit back and do nothing? Should only Glashima be allowed to do something? Is this not the place for a multi-lateral organization to take up a stance against corruption and deceit, to make a stand for freedom and democracy?

You misquote and misinterpret a policy meant to help the world move forward; your reporting shows that your nation would see the retardation of the world to a "Jim Crow" type of voting, where certain groups are disallowed to vote and people with certain views are intimidated and discriminated against. Your reporting suggests that Mr Wilcott would see even the most inalienable, self-evident rights stripped from human beings and that he completely disbelieves in any degree of social contract theory.

If you are going to criticize a policy, at least keep your facts straight. The AU directive is to review votes for unity and secession, its purpose is not to review every internal election as you make it out to be, only votes for unity and secession. There is a clause where in extreme cases an internal election may be reviewed if it is so requested, but that is not the purpose of the AU election directive. In my opinion Wilcott is starting to sound a lot like Mugabe.

Get It Right Next Time,

Someone From Somewhere Else

Today a letter was recieved to the editor and it proves that the people in the AUSG's nation are as deviod of knowledge of AU legislature as the AUSG himself. The letter makes reference to a law that Neil Willcott and many other nations find rather invasive to national security. The AU is now taking the right to review any election they see fit, whats more is that there are no restrictions to the wording or limits of this vote, meaning that they could very well monitor the next Glashiman election, as they do not indicate that they will only review member states or not.

"The problem is that the AUSG seems to think he has the backing of an entire collective, when he hasn't even gotten this passed by one person, I have been speaking with a number of other nations and they are planning on leaving the AU for good if a vote on this is not instituted." said President Willcott today in an interview.

"The AUSG does a great job pointing out that I am a tyrant when I notice that all of the resolution of conflict here is Glashiman work and not his. Let's go through the laundry list one more time, the HoI and Mfasaland brought KaNgwane down with minimal interference from Confederate forces, Glashima stopped an invasion on Algeria in what surely would have been a conflict were the AU to demand something of them, Glashima has actually gotten waring nations to sit down in Weaver when a peace talk seemed next to impossible, do I sound like a tyrant?"

"I will be addressing the AU hall today at 10:00am(EST) to allow everyone a chance to speak up and voice every feeling they have towards the AUSG, then we shall find out who the tyrant is, I promise not to disappoint."


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #29 on: December 24, 2008, 03:23:55 PM »
Glashiman company Versalife has begun constructing a water plant, the causes for which are unknown but they have just employed to new hydrology specialists into its faculty and have created a hydrology division.


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #30 on: January 23, 2009, 06:17:23 PM »
Glashiman forces return home today, after exhibiting amazing fortitude within the last 6 months. The nation of Glashima has successfully ended three conflicts in the last 6 months. Helping Zulu Nation, Russia and stopping the invasion of Switzerland.

Neil Willcott had this to say:

"I am pleased with the performance of the Glashiman troops and I am even more pleased that this is all over, now we must spend some time on the home front and help the people out."

Neil Willcott was on his way to the hall of the President where he will sign a bill to pass a legislation mandating 100,000 new government jobs and to increase the minimum wage from 9 dollars to 11.


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Re: Egypt Times (New From Glashima)
« Reply #31 on: February 18, 2009, 08:25:03 PM »
Glashiman President Neil Willcott placed orders today:

"After an act of war on our nation, we are going to battle a foe that threatens our way of life, I have mobilized the fleets and I am activating the home guard just in case of a certain nation who will remain nameless trying to stab us in the back. At this time I would ask all of you to remain calm, they didn't get more than 5 ships, we send our condolences to the families and promise justice. We are going into that nation and we are going to initiate a peaceful swing in their motivations, very simply put, they are now the prime menace in the peaceful lives you and I so desire."

With that said the President said that the Suez remained open and that traffic is flowing freely.