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hmmmmm

Mr. Fontes won't like that, liberalizing your economy?

blasphemous

Antillian wrote:Iran screaming death to America isn’t exactly making anyone at home feel to great. It’s not like there’s healping there case by shooting down our drones, and disrupting trade.

It's not like America is helping by getting drones into Iranian airspace.

Secondly, Iran ain't screaming death to America. It's literally the Regime screaming Death to America. Currently Iran is seeing large ongoing protests from all sides of the society, but you don't get told that in mainstream news, as per usual.

Sorry for not RPing as much, just sorting out the military and factbooks today

Is Hong Kong able to host the largest music event in the world?

Erarwati

Victoria Harbor wrote:The President of Iran said the White House was “suffering from mental disability” 💀

Oof.

Paseo wrote:It's not like America is helping by getting drones into Iranian airspace.

Secondly, Iran ain't screaming death to America. It's literally the Regime screaming Death to America. Currently Iran is seeing large ongoing protests from all sides of the society, but you don't get told that in mainstream news, as per usual.

it was international airspace, not iranian airspace

but its not like i care. Trump doesn't seem to want a war from what i can see which is good.

if we go to war with Iran we will lose, no doubt about it

Imperial Nalvetland wrote:Sorry for not RPing as much, just sorting out the military and factbooks today

If nothing else changes and Para gets back to me. My navy will shortly have the most effective surface force in the Southern Hemisphere.

Valijun wrote:i doubt it honestly. nato is so far away and timor is so close to me.

and it'd be pretty rarted for an organization that supposedly protects peace and democracy to uphold colonialism and imperialism but who cares.

its not like Timor is worth anything anyway. it costs more money to keep than it makes, i learned that as Portugal. The nations that care about imperialism can liberate it if they want to.

This is why we have aircraft carriers to go over the horizon.

Imperial Nalvetland wrote:If nothing else changes and Para gets back to me. My navy will shortly have the most effective surface force in the Southern Hemisphere.

Well, it doesn't need much to surprass Australia xD

Pontianus wrote:Well, it doesn't need much to surprass Australia xD

The shade!

Pontianus wrote:Well, it doesn't need much to surprass Australia xD

Yeah, but 3-carrier force with F/A-18s and AEGIS equipped escorts.

News RP soon. :3

RIO GRANDE TIMES

Volume 11, Issue 3

Another Family Found Dead In Tampico, Confirmed By Police!?

Another family was found brutally murdered according to the Tampico Police Department early this morning at around 5 AM EST. The family though only consisting of a male and female couple by the name of Jose & Amanda García and their 8 year old son were found in their own home by police after the couple's employees reported that they never showed up for work the last 4 days. Responding officers who came onto the property had knocked repeatedly on the front and back doors of the home noting that the car was still present in the front of the property. After someone laying on the floor inside through one of the windows, police had reportedly kicked down the door and had drew their service pistols and begun announcing their presence while they cautiously searched the house. Both the husband and wife were then discovered inside the living room with bloody sheets covering their bodies. The boy who's name was kept private by relatives had been found in his bedroom with sheets covering his body as well.

Over 15 law enforcement officers were present within 10 minutes after the call was made with 3 ambulances being called on scene. One neighbor was heartbroken at the news of the murders, expressing that they had just moved into the neighborhood just a few months prior. According to detectives that the murders were carried out with the use of strangulation, which had been used on all 3 victims. With the level of blood found onto the blankets, it was believed that the strangulation was made with the use of a metal wire, possibly a piano wire or something similar in design. The neighbors didn't notice anything unusual and have stated that the couple has had a normal everyday life. Jose according to police had worked as an office worker for one of the local postal service branches in Tampico, with his wife as a secretary in a regional bank branch in the same city.

Police has yet to confirmed as to the motive behind the murders, but they believe that it was connected to the murders that had taken place early this year when a family of 4 were brutally murdered in their own home just 2 miles North of the latest killings. The family of 4 that was murder was later confirmed to have no criminal records and had no history of fighting with anyone related to them, with police believing that the same killer that attacked them had claimed 3 new victims. It is unknown as to what type of serial killer they are dealing with, but have so far confirmed that this isn't the work of a local sicario (hitman).

Lawmakers Approve Sweeping Telecommunications Bill In House of Deputies!?

Early this afternoon in the Congress of the Union in Mexico City, lawmakers in a 198 to 122 Nay, has approved a new bill which could potentially set the stage of how communications across the country is regulated, including the internet. The bill which was drafted early this year had just last month was finally able to reach the House of Deputies for debate. After a motion was carried for a floor vote, it had successfully passed with the bill now pending in the Senate. The bill would set the nation's first series of regulations associated with phone, television, including internet service for current and future consumers. The bill would establish said communications as "common carriers" in which cellular & television based services can be treated under the same equal regulations. Including internet service providers, however under the original drafts of the bill, it would allow ISP's to offer "paid priority" based services and allow "closed networks," which were thrown out before the final vote was held.

The current details of the bill would not only allow television, telephone, & internet service to be regulated as equal common carriers. The included new set of regulation for ISP's would prevent them from blocking or throttling other content from competitors or other sites on their network, including consumers unless violations are committed by consumers under federal regulations. It would however allow ISP's to deliver paid priority based services to promote competition within the private sector. Despite some criticism which some argue would allow ISP's or even phone companies a legal loophole to potentially throttle services. The bill would allow companies to provide faster services for more premium based speeds, nothing more.

The regulations included radio which would be protected as a common carrier under the new bill, including an added amendment to the bill which would extend constitutional and legal protections for citizens accessing online services. With some citing that it's the first step for Mexico to ensure that freedom of speech is protected online within it's network.

Paseo wrote:It's not like America is helping by getting drones into Iranian airspace.

Secondly, Iran ain't screaming death to America. It's literally the Regime screaming Death to America. Currently Iran is seeing large ongoing protests from all sides of the society, but you don't get told that in mainstream news, as per usual.

Obviously it’s not the people lol. I doubt they want to be in a recession and have there nation go down the drain by the day. But it’s the government that’s causing a Rucus and needs to be put down before they Cause to much trouble

Antillian wrote:Obviously it’s not the people lol. I doubt they want to be in a recession and have there nation go down the drain by the day. But it’s the government that’s causing a Rucus and needs to be put down before they Cause to much trouble

Sounds vaguely familiar. . .

Antillian wrote:Iran screaming death to America isn’t exactly making anyone at home feel to great. It’s not like there’s healping there case by shooting down our drones, and disrupting trade.

Why are your drones flying over their airspace in the place. If an Iranian drone was flying over the US (hypothetically), would the US not shoot it down too? And honestly, does it look like the US has a good track record in the Middle East when it comes to drones flying over Middle Eastern territories? C’mon man.

Bomoko wrote:Why are your drones flying over their airspace in the place. If an Iranian drone was flying over the US (hypothetically), would the US not shoot it down too? And honestly, does it look like the US has a good track record in the Middle East when it comes to drones flying over Middle Eastern territories? C’mon man.

We wouldn’t have to have drones fly over head all the time if they didn’t give us reason to

Erarwati

Paseo wrote:
    [ Empress Farah Pahlavi ]: "Oh yes, for sure. Now, is there anything else you wish to discuss?"

    JIANG ZEMIN, PARAMOUNT LEADER: “It seems that we have productively discussed every necessary subject. If you wish to remain in Beijing, our diplomatic guest quarters are at your disposal, and an itinerary will be forwarded to your staff for review should you wish to partake in any coming functions. Otherwise, I wish you the best of luck on your return trip.”

| 1997 AD | QUÉBEC | IRANIAN INFLUENCED WOMEN'S MARCH! RELATIONS WITH IRAN TURN SOUR! | MONTRÉAL | 24 APRIL |

    | 12,000 Women (with a severe male minority) march in Montreal this afternoon after being inspired by a new wave of Beninism. Elysia Benin of Paseo, Author of "Women in Politics; Hope or Problem", has made a huge impact in the hearts and minds of the female population of Quebec. Many are saying that the Persian woman, who has been given the Honorary title of 'Madame Elysia', has inspired a new brand of feminism in the world. This new feminist wave hits Quebec especially hard as women become a majority of the nation's political candidates for government positions. Soon, elections for the Presidency and the Senate will be held and anyone who was an open supporter of the Communist Regime at the end of it will be barred from running as a candidate. Many women are lining up to decide their place in Quebecois Politics and for the first time in North American History, a majority of a countries political candidates are female. This comes a great shock to a great many people. |

    | As for the Women's March in Montreal, however, there is a great deal of Leftism being heard come from the mouths of the March's Leaders. Valérie Plante, a professor of English at the University of Montreal, is the most outspoken left-leaning teacher. She is demanding a plurality of new leftist and left-leaning reforms to the Second Quebecois Republic and its constitution. She is considered a controversial figure in Quebecois politics due to her involvement in the Constitutional Convention. She was asked to represent the wishes of Montreal's Northernmost regions and instead of providing what Jacques Parizeau called "adequate feedback and support" she blasted the Leaders of the Convention for only inviting 3 women. She called immediately for an increase of female representation in the Quebecois Constitution and is said to have been instrumental in the creation of the Eighth Chapter of the Quebecois Constitution. After being removed from the Constitutional Convention she vowed to earn her place in the government and install as many reforms as she deems necessary for the people of Quebec. This could be a hint at a possible Gubernatorial, Mayorial, Presidential or Parliamentarian Position. |

I want to RP an Interview of Valerie Plante!! Please someone invite me to do an interview, or multiple people! It'd be so fun! ^.^

Antillian wrote:We wouldn’t have to have drones fly over head all the time if they didn’t give us reason to

Your govt has no proper reason to be there in the first place. It’s just America antagonising another Middle Eastern country once again so that the military industrial complex can benefit from another conflict in a region of the world that’s been so demonised by American media that no one cares when millions get killed over there.

Bomoko wrote:Your govt has no proper reason to be there in the first place. It’s just America antagonising another Middle Eastern country once again so that the military industrial complex can benefit from another conflict in a region of the world that’s been so demonised by American media that no one cares when millions get killed over there.

ITs the most important oil shipping lane in then world. And we have the biggest navy in the world. Hence our presence there

Yarosluv wrote:| 1997 AD | QUÉBEC | IRANIAN INFLUENCED WOMEN'S MARCH! RELATIONS WITH IRAN TURN SOUR! | MONTRÉAL | 24 APRIL |

    | 12,000 Women (with a severe male minority) march in Montreal this afternoon after being inspired by a new wave of Beninism. Elysia Benin of Paseo, Author of "Women in Politics; Hope or Problem", has made a huge impact in the hearts and minds of the female population of Quebec. Many are saying that the Persian woman, who has been given the Honorary title of 'Madame Elysia', has inspired a new brand of feminism in the world. This new feminist wave hits Quebec especially hard as women become a majority of the nation's political candidates for government positions. Soon, elections for the Presidency and the Senate will be held and anyone who was an open supporter of the Communist Regime at the end of it will be barred from running as a candidate. Many women are lining up to decide their place in Quebecois Politics and for the first time in North American History, a majority of a countries political candidates are female. This comes a great shock to a great many people. |

    | As for the Women's March in Montreal, however, there is a great deal of Leftism being heard come from the mouths of the March's Leaders. Valérie Plante, a professor of English at the University of Montreal, is the most outspoken left-leaning teacher. She is demanding a plurality of new leftist and left-leaning reforms to the Second Quebecois Republic and its constitution. She is considered a controversial figure in Quebecois politics due to her involvement in the Constitutional Convention. She was asked to represent the wishes of Montreal's Northernmost regions and instead of providing what Jacques Parizeau called "adequate feedback and support" she blasted the Leaders of the Convention for only inviting 3 women. She called immediately for an increase of female representation in the Quebecois Constitution and is said to have been instrumental in the creation of the Eighth Chapter of the Quebecois Constitution. After being removed from the Constitutional Convention she vowed to earn her place in the government and install as many reforms as she deems necessary for the people of Quebec. This could be a hint at a possible Gubernatorial, Mayorial, Presidential or Parliamentarian Position. |

I want to RP an Interview of Valerie Plante!! Please someone invite me to do an interview, or multiple people! It'd be so fun! ^.^

Valérie Plante is a sellout who raises my driver’s license by 50$ just to subsidize Montréal’s public transports and I don’t even live in Montréal or go there or use the public transportation.

🤮🤮🤮

Yarosluv

An enemy of Iranian liberalism is an ally of mine, welcome aboard partner.

0.2% cheaper oil and gas for Quebec

Yarosluv, Valijun, and Diwi

Antillian wrote:ITs the most important oil shipping lane in then world. And we have the biggest navy in the world. Hence our presence there

In other words we have the biggest c*ck and therefore have right to do what we want and no one can say anything back or we’ll bomb them? Typical. Can’t wait till you guys get a taste of your own medicine when China becomes world superpower kmt.

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