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Good day.

The Taiwanese and Chinese Empires have recently been working together to help jump start the economies of both. As such, we have agreed to have a land share over a certain part of the southern Chinese Empire territory. In exchange for the joint ownership, the Taiwanese Empire will be paying a total of 60 million dollars in developmental aid to the Chinese within the next 6 months.

Each nation has the rights to place military, citizen and production bases on these joint lands. The two nations also agree to a Non-Aggression Pact.

The following area is the joint ownership area agreed to by the two Empires.

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Nebu.

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The New Chinese Empire approves of this, and hopes it will lead to great prosper between our two nations.

**Classified**

DEFCON 1

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**CLASSIFIED**

As Nebu finished his statement he walked off the stage to meet General T'shua. 'Move 100,000 troops, 2000 tanks, and station 40 Squadrons of the F-22 Raptors and 2 Squadrons of the Tupolev Tu-160s to the new joint territory. Change DEFCON readiness to 2 and ready the Continental Army to stand guard on all borders in the Oceanic and Australian Holdings of Taiwan.' said Nebu. 'I will get on it, sir.' said General T'shua.

'The Chinese Government has alerted us of terrorist uprising in these regions. The terrorist MUST be stopped.' Said Nebu. 'Seek to it that every last one of them are wiped from the planet.' Nebu stated. 'We will do our best, Lord Nebu.' Said General T'shua.

**END CLASSIFIED**

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OOC: Werent we going to discuss that area, thenb?

http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=75976

IC:

We discourage the fact that the land above is will become a military holding for both people. This doesnt sit well with us.

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"The New Chinese Empire has been having some difficulties with terrorist groups in that area, and tawain was able to assist us."

As the public relations manager droned on about less important things, all of the reporters started running out of the room, trying to get a video of the huge explosion that had left an ominous cloud above the entire western chinese city. It was later learned that terrorists detonated a gas station just outside of town. The group "freedomf***ers" claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Although we have no official comment, perhaps you could label which Chinese next time? The PRC or the NCE?

"Oh, but they did..."

The Taiwanese and Chinese Empires have recently been working together to help jump start the economies of both. As such, we have agreed to have a land share over a certain part of the southern Chinese Empire territory. In exchange for the joint ownership, the Taiwanese Empire will be paying a total of 60 million dollars in developmental aid to the Chinese within the next 6 months.

On another note, I find this development disturbing, at the very least.

~Westly Davies, Duke of Perth

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The Kingdom of Cochin is gravely disturbed by this Announcement. The territory being discussed is subject to Lhasa Doctrine, and hence liable to return to status as Cochin Chinese Protectorate if and when New Chinese Empire falls into anarchy. At such a point of time, any Taiwanese interference would be forcibly opposed.

Kingdom of Cochin is also opposed to such a massive militarization of an Asian territory by an Australian nation.

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The Kingdom of Cochin is gravely disturbed by this Announcement. The territory being discussed is subject to Lhasa Doctrine, and hence liable to return to status as Cochin Chinese Protectorate if and when New Chinese Empire falls into anarchy. At such a point of time, any Taiwanese interference would be forcibly opposed.

Kingdom of Cochin is also opposed to such a massive militarization of an Asian territory by an Australian nation.

Furon would like to remind Cochin the time when Asia and Australia were though as one, primarily in the Australasian Coalition. It was before our time, but we have historical facts on it. In addition to that, Doctrines that preserve your 'former land' is nothing more than imperialism, so that you may set up a puppet government within the borders.

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Furon would like to remind Cochin the time when Asia and Australia were though as one, primarily in the Australasian Coalition. It was before our time, but we have historical facts on it. In addition to that, Doctrines that preserve your 'former land' is nothing more than imperialism, so that you may set up a puppet government within the borders.

Any massive militarization on our borders by entities not quite friendly with us, is a threat to the Kingdom. And we never deny our imperialistic nature, we do not consider benign imperialism as a bad thing. The Lhasa Doctrine merely reflects similar historical doctrines established by other nations in other regions. Lhasa Doctrine has not been challenged so far and an attempt by Taiwan to annex a said territory without Cochin consent would be a grave provocation.

The Kingdom of Cochin does not ever set up puppet governments in our protectorates. We have claim to a long history of promoting the rise of new nations in our territory, such as Kriegsland, the old Lu Empire, the current New Chinese Empire etc.

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Royal Cochin Army deploys 50,000 soldiers and 1000 tanks to Tibet Province's eastern border districts. Border Guard brigades in these sectors have gone into higher alert levels, however border checkpoints are not closed. Forward Air Bases in this sector have gone into increased alert levels and Raptor recon UAVs are now patrolling the border areas to obtain SigInt and ElInt about the incoming Taiwanese forces.

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The land is not yours to do anything with. If it is secure, then it is secure. It is no longer Cochin Protectorate, it is New Chinese Empire. If you honestly cared about the land, you wouldnt care who's hands it is in, so long as it is secure.

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The land is not yours to do anything with. If it is secure, then it is secure. It is no longer Cochin Protectorate, it is New Chinese Empire. If you honestly cared about the land, you wouldnt care who's hands it is in, so long as it is secure.

It is not our land, agreed. It is New Chinese Empire's land, agreed. However the land still falls under purvey of Lhasa Doctrine and hence if and only if ever NCE goes into anarchy the territory reverts to Cochin Chinese Protectorate. However we do consider the massive Taiwanese military deployments in our neighborhood as a destabilizing event.

We just want to inform Taiwan that despite any agreements signed between NCE and Taiwan, if NCE falls into anarchy the said territory would come under Cochin Protection.

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"While Australia will congratulate the formation of further alliances between Australia and mainland Asia, it would appear that the Taiwanese have more than enough land to qualify themselves as a colonial empire now. Holding areas in Asia, Antarctica, and around Oceania. However what I would like to bring up is the immediate removal of Taiwanese claims east of the Australian capital at Darwin. These regions were under Promised Land control before and should be returned to Promised Land control, given that Taiwan now has a bustling empire, we would like the land that we gave for whatever reason returned to us. Thank you."

-HRH Hannah Asgeirsson

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-Land in Question

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Any massive militarization on our borders by entities not quite friendly with us, is a threat to the Kingdom. And we never deny our imperialistic nature, we do not consider benign imperialism as a bad thing. The Lhasa Doctrine merely reflects similar historical doctrines established by other nations in other regions. Lhasa Doctrine has not been challenged so far and an attempt by Taiwan to annex a said territory without Cochin consent would be a grave provocation.

The Kingdom of Cochin does not ever set up puppet governments in our protectorates. We have claim to a long history of promoting the rise of new nations in our territory, such as Kriegsland, the old Lu Empire, the current New Chinese Empire etc.

You count the Old Lu Empire as promoting the rise of a new nation? Pitiful.

It is not our land, agreed. It is New Chinese Empire's land, agreed. However the land still falls under purvey of Lhasa Doctrine and hence if and only if ever NCE goes into anarchy the territory reverts to Cochin Chinese Protectorate. However we do consider the massive Taiwanese military deployments in our neighborhood as a destabilizing event.

We just want to inform Taiwan that despite any agreements signed between NCE and Taiwan, if NCE falls into anarchy the said territory would come under Cochin Protection.

Bolded Part: So you admit that the land is yours then, and not the NCEs?

Italicized Part: IF the land is the NCEs, then it is not your duty to protect its borders: It's the NCE's duty. How you can view this as a destabilizing event is beyond us.

"While Australia will congratulate the formation of further alliances between Australia and mainland Asia, it would appear that the Taiwanese have more than enough land to qualify themselves as a colonial empire now. Holding areas in Asia, Antarctica, and around Oceania. However what I would like to bring up is the immediate removal of Taiwanese claims east of the Australian capital at Darwin. These regions were under Promised Land control before and should be returned to Promised Land control, given that Taiwan now has a bustling empire, we would like the land that we gave for whatever reason returned to us. Thank you."

-HRH Hannah Asgeirsson

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-Land in Question

It is up to Taiwan.

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It is up to Taiwan.

Furon's antics are childish and foolish. You continuously insult our Queendom and yet you can barely control your own land. We suggest you go play on your island as you have no history or political need to involve yourself in Australian affairs. After all, you seem barely able to keep your hands on Japanese affairs at the moment, pity such a beautiful country like your own becoming nothing but a dismal waste of Earth.

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Furon's antics are childish and foolish. You continuously insult our Queendom and yet you can barely control your own land. We suggest you go play on your island as you have no history or political need to involve yourself in Australian affairs. After all, you seem barely able to keep your hands on Japanese affairs at the moment, pity such a beautiful country like your own becoming nothing but a dismal waste of Earth.

We could say the same, questioning your decision to merge with Promised Land. Promised Land is known for talking 'all that' but refusing to back it up. Although, we expect nothing less from dirty Imperialists like you, Ms. Asgeirsson. While you criticize our ways, you further and further turn the Hansa into a shadow of its former glory. You put Mrs. Tintagyl to shame.

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We could say the same, questioning your decision to merge with Promised Land. Promised Land is known for talking 'all that' but refusing to back it up. Although, we expect nothing less from dirty Imperialists like you, Ms. Asgeirsson. While you criticize our ways, you further and further turn the Hansa into a shadow of its former glory. You put Mrs. Tintagyl to shame.

"Says the nation slaughtering its own citizens. Why don't you criticize us when you actually have the moral ground to stand on? Any Imperialism on our part was done either through peaceful means, or to remove a threat to Australia as a whole."

~Benjamin Wallace, Duke of Darwin

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"Says the nation slaughtering its own citizens. Why don't you criticize us when you actually have the moral ground to stand on? Any Imperialism on our part was done either through peaceful means, or to remove a threat to Australia as a whole."

~Benjamin Wallace, Duke of Darwin

As we have once stated, 'removing a threat to Australia as a whole" is nothing more than blank facade, a curtain that is thrust over the eyes of the world, turning their attention elsewhere, so that you may forcibly impose your rule upon a native population.

The Kingdom of Cochin is gravely disturbed by this Announcement. The territory being discussed is subject to Lhasa Doctrine, and hence liable to return to status as Cochin Chinese Protectorate if and when New Chinese Empire falls into anarchy. At such a point of time, any Taiwanese interference would be forcibly opposed.

Kingdom of Cochin is also opposed to such a massive militarization of an Asian territory by an Australian nation.

OOC: It's classified.

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As we have once stated, 'removing a threat to Australia as a whole" is nothing more than blank facade, a curtain that is thrust over the eyes of the world, turning their attention elsewhere, so that you may forcibly impose your rule upon a native population.

"A population that wouldn't even have lived there if we and our allies had not permitted them to be. Tell me--do you remove a cancer after it has spread throughout your body, or while it is still in its early stages? I can already see which route YOU chose..."

~Westly Davies, Duke of Perth

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"A population that wouldn't even have lived there if we and our allies had not permitted them to be. Tell me--do you remove a cancer after it has spread throughout your body, or while it is still in its early stages? I can already see which route YOU chose..."

~Westly Davies, Duke of Perth

Such an obvious tactic, why didn't we think of it before! We'll just completely sidestep your accusations, and come up with more baseless lies! Thank you, for opening our eyes; they are so much wider now.

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You count the Old Lu Empire as promoting the rise of a new nation? Pitiful.

Bolded Part: So you admit that the land is yours then, and not the NCEs?

Italicized Part: IF the land is the NCEs, then it is not your duty to protect its borders: It's the NCE's duty. How you can view this as a destabilizing event is beyond us.

The land is not ours and we do not have a claim on what NCE does with it while in power. The Kingdom never interferes in affairs of sovereign countries. However we were pointing out that if and when NCE goes into anarchy the land would revert to our control. We have no say in whether NCE invites Taiwan to garrison the area. The fate of NCE is none of our business, however a potentially hostile nation militarizing in our neighborhood is very much of vital interest to us. It would have been easier for the world politics if certain national leaders could read and understand the meaning of the words "if and when".

The Kingdom would suggest to Furon that it would be much advised not to interfere in matters not pertaining to itself.

OOC: It's classified.

OOC: It is near my borders and I have satellites!! :P

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'The Taiwanese Empire has no wish to interfere in the Lhasa Doctrine. We are simply helping out one of our Asian Neighbors with their terrorist problems.

'Lady Asgeirsson, we find your requests to be ridiculous and unreasonable. The Taiwanese Empire has already revoked it's claims over the islands of Bathurst and Melville to the north of Darwin, that should be enough. You have all rights to pass through the waters between the Taiwanese coasts as it is right now. These lands were formally bought from the Promised Land, if they did not wish for the land to be transferred then they should not have participated in the deal.

Taiwan only holds an minor port in Asia for trading related issues. IF it were to become incorporated into the Empire as an official state, it would have to hold a total of 65% Taiwanese population.

The land held by Taiwan in Antarctica is solely for the purpose of research in an Antarctic region. The Taiwanese Empire would like to remind the Queendom of Australia that they too hold a major part of the Antarctic continent, nearly twice the size of Taiwan's holdings on the continent.'

Nebu.

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