l President Sanjeev Gupta l: "Absolutely not. The average Indian citizen is more free to do as they please than most countries in Asia, South America, Africa, and elsewhere. They are free because they are part of the Menonist procedures for innovation and ingenuity that therefore, safeguard the rights, freedoms, and liberties of the average Indian. Now we must understand that although individuals have the right to speech, freedom of association, and press, in India, said rights do not uphold the right to promote, encourage, and participate in acts of violence and disruption of peace. The Maharaj Republic is a free society and we continue to prove such. It is not necessarily censorship but more so demonstrating grave concern to address sources that encourage destabilization."
Kayina: "Dad would say that that doesn't mean you should hasten it by riding a bike."
- | AYUB, MANSA OF THE SONGHAI: | "Well, I truly appreciate that, yes. As always it is about the people. Not the man. The dream of a Unified West is as grand and glorious as the dream of Unified East or South or Central. It's about the unity of the continent and the soul of the people, I feel."
- FOREIGN MINISTER ASRAT: "Truly a man of wise words. Such leadership is necessary should Africa ever truly hope to prosper. Your Excellency, with all due respect, is there any other primary topic for discussion for which you have called for such a meeting? As much as I am enjoying the present discussion, and do intend to continue it, I want to make sure we are able to digress momentarily and talk about any other affairs which motivated you to call for this meeting."
| He sighs. |
- | AYUB, MANSA OF THE SONGHAI: | "I mostly wanted to make sure that the interests of our two lands did not conflict. Also, I wanted to ensure that my interests will not be further impeded by your nation. Of course, I have been silent about Uganda and such but.. apples for apples if you would."
Josef: "I like living dangerously."
[ He smiles at her. ]
No, the Kiwi was my national bird when I was roleplaying as Diwi.
It is also a nickname I gained in the COL due to its similarity in both spelling and pronunciation to “Diwi”, as well as from it being my national bird in RP. It is also a sign of raw power.
Hence, why no one can “Out-Kiwi the Diwi”.
Kayina: "Same here. Caused my parents a fair few frights when I was a kid."
Doing goods too, hurt my ankle again somehow lol...otherwise doing well. Also getting a replacement social security card too
- FOREIGN MINISTER ASRAT: "Regarding Uganda, there is nothing to talk about. East Africa entered a country where protesters were being gunned down on the streets, and upheld our responsibilities per the agreements housing East African troops there to defend the Ugandan people, and are now nearly on the verge of giving the Ugandan people their first taste of freedom since before the times of Idi Amin. If you must talk of Uganda, the only truth which can be told is that of the success story of the East African Defense Forces in liberating the Ugandan people from the last in a string of despots, the exact type of leaders I described moments ago."
The virgin mansa vs. THE CHAD PRESIDENT
- old paranoid bat
- probably had an sx with sister
- handed his position by his daddy
- never worked a day in his life
- capes for SA fascists
- clutches to his decaying empire like a croc to his drying pond
- small pp
- THE CHAD 'MDAMA
- YOUNG AND ENERGETIC
- NEVER FK HIS SISTERS
- WORKED HARD HIS WHOLE LIFE FOR EVERYTHING HE HAS
- SEXY WIFE WITH 5 CHILDREN
- HAS NEW INNOVATIVE IDEAS UNLIKE THE OLD FARTS AROUND AFRICA
- KILLS OLD PEOPLE WITHOUT REMORSE
- HAS BIG PP
- FOREIGN MINISTER ASRAT: "If there is one thing you must understand, your Excellency, is that the Federation is deeply protective of its commitments to human rights and the right to self-determination in particular. Even should the Ugandan people vote to join the Federation, the different ethnicities will all receive their own states therein, something which has not been granted to many tribes within Uganda since even before colonial times."