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The Allied Anti-Imperialist Conference


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CLASSIFIED: LEVEL ONE

To the leaders of those countries which oppose the British Empire and its allies.

During the course of recent events, I have observed that many countries, most notably the British Empire, have been greedy and imperialistic, taking up lands that are not rightfully theirs with force. For example, look at the British Empire's annexation of India. Is that not imperialistic? And what about America's harsh and hyppocritical surrender terms with Poland?? Gentlemen, is that not morally wrong?

It is inevitable that someday, if they have not already done so, they will attempt to take our lands that we have secured for our people. When this occurs, it is vital that we collectively unite together and repel this harmful influence. Yes, there may be differences among us, but consider this: which is the greater threat?

Therefore, I invite each of you to Saigon to discuss these events and plan action to resist the Empire and its allies.

Yours truly,

President Chris Nguyen

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OOC: Only five countries coming? Darn, I thought the BE had more opposition.

IC: The President awaits the arrival. Preparations inside the Independence Palace are currently being made. Each delegate that arrives will be greeted and escorted by two honor guards.

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OOC: Only five countries coming? Darn, I thought the BE had more opposition.

IC: The President awaits the arrival. Preparations inside the Independence Palace are currently being made. Each delegate that arrives will be greeted and escorted by two honor guards.

OOC: This is another reason I wanted to restrict the conference to Asian nations, at first.

IC: Bachtiar Chamsyah glanced at the honor guards as he stepped off the plane, smiling slightly as they beckoned him to follow them...

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The honor guards bowed to the representatives in respect, then led them to a chopper waiting on the tarmac. As soon as everyone climbed in, the chopper made it's way to the Independence Palace. When the chopper landed on the rooftop, the President, fighting the wind generated by the chopper's rotors, slowly made his way to open up the door himself. "Welcome to Viet Nam!" he shouted to them.

As he showed the representatives the conference room, he said, "We'll begin these talks immediately, but while we're on our way, would you like anything to eat or drink?"

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"No thank you," he said in thickly accented English. He'd already eaten before he'd been dispatched, and he preferred a clear head going into the discussions.

OOC: Assuming it's in English. If I'm wrong, let me know, OK?

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