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Ferneus wrote:The revelation of Napoleon's crowning as Emperor also has ripples in American politics and foreign affairs, as the previously pro-French Democratic-Republicans see Napoleon's new position as Emperor to be a betrayal to the republican values Napoleon once championed. President Jefferson contacts the British Foreign Minister, saying that he wishes to improve relations and ease tensions with the British Empire.

Despite the Anti-Americanism of many British Politicians several figures in foreign affairs which to improve relations partially out of good will and partially to prevent war in Canada.

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Allowed

Wonderful and sorry for not getting back to you earlier, was at relatives again.

Haruhi Japan wrote:Japan is still mega isolationist and doesn't do anything for almost 60 years.

Good with me and that is why it was hard to choose Japan for me lol

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Despite the Anti-Americanism of many British Politicians several figures in foreign affairs which to improve relations partially out of good will and partially to prevent war in Canada.

Secretary of State James Madison travels to London to meet with the British Foreign Minister, or anybody who wants to actually talk to him.

Ferneus wrote:The revelation of Napoleon's crowning as Emperor also has ripples in American politics and foreign affairs, as the previously pro-French Democratic-Republicans see Napoleon's new position as Emperor to be a betrayal to the republican values Napoleon once championed. President Jefferson contacts the British Foreign Minister, saying that he wishes to improve relations and ease tensions with the British Empire.

oh and Mr. President, should I remind the American public about your innaguration adress

To Quote Wikipedia. President Thomas Jefferson extended Washington's ideas about foreign policy in his March 4, 1801 inaugural address. Jefferson said that one of the "essential principles of our government" is that of "peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.

Plus Nova Imperii wrote:oh and Mr. President, should I remind the American public about your innaguration adress

To Quote Wikipedia. President Thomas Jefferson extended Washington's ideas about foreign policy in his March 4, 1801 inaugural address. Jefferson said that one of the "essential principles of our government" is that of "peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.

It's been over four years since then, things change alot. Plus, there is no guarantee that we'll actually get involved. we just don't want D.C. to get burned down, and government opinion of Napoleon is starting to fade.

Updated myself again finally

Ahh so Ferneus is America, can't wait to see you in 48 years

So... is my meeting with Napoleon voided or what?

Haruhi Japan wrote:So... is my meeting with Napoleon voided or what?

Hmmm what happen?

Haruhi Japan wrote:So... is my meeting with Napoleon voided or what?

I'll keep it cannon

Plus Nova Imperii wrote:I'll keep it cannon

OMG PUN ON WORDS BY PLUS NOVA IMPERII?!?! BOB AMONGUS BREAKS DOWN PUN BETWEEN "CANNON" and "CANON"! WATCH ON TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS NEXT ON CNBC 7!(CERATA NEW BROADCASTING CORPORATION)! BOB AMONGUS, SIGNING OFF!!

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