Owned-You Posted June 5, 2010 Report Share Posted June 5, 2010 [quote] To: Jean d'Aosta, Steward of the Sicilian League From: Christopher Moshum, Foreign Affairs Executive ----- Hello Sir, Recently the population of the New Palma Republic has began to exceed it's carrying capacity on our homelands. President Moshum has realized this fact of life, that our growing numbers will continue to skyrocket and soon we will be over-crowded. This will lead to increased squalor, crime, and other issues that will ultimately harm the NPR. Hence, we would like to inquire if you'd be willing to sign over some land to the NPR in your Italian protectorate. We feel we would do the lands gained a great deal of good by developing them further, whilst also allowing our own population some breathing room to expand and support itself. Were open to any lands you'd be willing to sign away. Lastly, we'd love to establish an embassy here in the NPR for you to contact us on future events. Pending your request, I can organize a reception here in the NPR for you or a subordinate, or I will fly to your capital in Syracuse. Whichever is more convenient or wanted to you sir. That said, I'm greatly looking forward to meeting you in person. Signed, Christopher Moshum Foreign Affairs Executive of the NPR [/quote] The message was sent to the Sicilian League with haste, along with a few bottles of the nations finest liquor 'Monay' as a sign of good-faith. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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