Despite the minor skirmishes in the East, Reichskanzler Eva Schmidt took the time to visit Soldatenhalle, the national resting place for German soldiers. Just like past leaders, she visited the monument once a month, in order to show that those brave men and women were not forgotten. However, this visit had a different meaning. This visit was meant to remember the thousands of soldiers, who died defending Western European culture against the great Mongol hordes from the east.
"Soldiers of the Greater Germanic Reich." Eva Schmidt said to a crowded room. "Behind me stands a monument to the ten thousand German soldiers, who died defending Western European culture against the mongol hordes. Those ten thousand men valiantly against overwhelming odds. They did no waiver, and they did not falter. Because of that, we have enjoyed a decade of peace on our eastern borders; however, the Chinese refuses to let peace prosper. The current Chinese government continues to breed and support anti-German sentiment in the Caucuses. Such sentiment has resulted in the Soviet Union attacking the our peaceful nation. As the fair and just leader of this Reich, I'm not going to stand on a pedestal and preach injustice. As a matter of fact, I apologize for some of the methods used in that war, and I'm willing to meet with leaders from the Soviet Union. However, the Chinese refuses to let go of the past, and they continue to act as if they're god's gift to the world. If you'd listen to any Chinese leader, you're lead to the believe that China is fighting to free all nations of the world from tyranny, however, that is far from the truth. The great mongol horde of liars has a base in every sphere of the world, and it is the Chinese that pre-emptively struck the Greater Germanic Reich in a bid to "free" Central Asia. The Chinese are exhibiting the same arrogance that lead to the justified Opium Wars, and the justified quelling of the Boxer Rebellions. We can now relate to the struggles of Akieko, in her hopes for a free Japan. Comrades, the Greater Germanic Reich will continue to be a nation of peace, and we will continue to stand as the guard of Western European culture."
After the short speech, Schmidt saluted and bowed her head to the mural of fallen German soldiers.
Edited by Malatose, 29 May 2013 - 06:01 PM.