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Achain wrote:Just wait for a few minutes...
Not often.

That's good.

International Workers' Day Parade in Stalinodar | May 1st, 2074 | Location: Stalinodar, Svalbard, RSFSR.

With Workers' Day having come at the start of the month, the rehearsals for the event had paid off, and the sight of thousands of workers and peasants pouring down the Red Square, while parading and showing off the development of the peoples' culture, with workers holding the banners of the five classics, Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, and Hoxha as they marched valiantly down the streets to the sounds of Russian and Soviet patriotic and working class music, including the anthem of the USSR, the Internationale, Wide is my Motherland, Soviet Country, and other popular songs about the country or working class movement. The peasants would drive forth in Tractors and agricultural machines as the working class marched ahead of them with their working clothes on and tools on display to give a symbolic gesture on how the Proletariat leads the country and how the peasantry is an ally but not the leadership of the revolution like the working class is. The songs of the country would aid in showing off the parade, giving a sense of pride to onlookers and the parading people, as was the intention of the parade in the first place. As the workers and peasants marched past, and the minutes after the last row of peasants dragged on, the sounds of loud marching could be heard as the music drew to a close, and rows of soldiers from the 1st Guards Motorized Rifle marched on.

As the soldiers marched, popular Soviet military song 'V put (Let's Go)' would play, slowly building up towards a highpoint as the streams of soldiers turned to rows of motorized transports, carrying soldiers and weapons through the Square and drawing the attention of the people as they left with large red flags flowing behind them. Regardless, the song would begin to intensify as faster APCs and IFVs would rush into the square, followed by T-90M tanks assigned to the tank regiment within the division following closely behind, followed by a new vehicle, but a very familiar blast from the past, in the form of the ZSU-23-4 Shilka, an anti-air vehicle for dealing with low flying enemy aircraft that would dare to escape from the range of the 9K33 SAM AA truck. These vehicles were an old and obsolete design, and yet the new production from the factories commissioned earlier proved fruitful, as many old ZSUs that were lying around were now prepared for combat and activated, forming a stockpile of around 750 ZSU-23-4 vehicles for the RKKA. In addition to this, old AA weapons were now being pulled alongside heavy artillery guns by the trucks that would follow, showing that a large amount of new ZU-23-2 AAA guns had been restored and reactivated, totaling around 4,000 in number for the stockpiles.

As the parade came to an end, the speech from the General Secretary would begin. The speech would go on to compliment the Russian people for having fought for so long against all odds, whether it was the Mongols in 1380, the Nazis in 1941, or the Rusthenians in 2070, the Russian people would continue to stand against the odds presented against them for the defence of their motherland and people. The General Secretary would go on to call the Russian people the stalwart defenders of socialism, who fight to preserve it as much as they can, and who would stand against the enemy if they dared to show their faces and attack the people of the world. The parade today would be the first of two to come in the month, and the message must be remembered for both of them, as the Russian people would not forget their enemies easily.

Elsewhere in the country, similar parades would happen in the cities of Belyusha Guba and Hoxhagrad, with limited military forces being involved in the parades, but still there was a show to be put on for the people using the military technology and strength of the RSFSR. All through the RSFSR, the working class stood ready to work and defend their right to work against the capitalist powers that would still be able to show their faces to the RSFSR and threaten global socialism.

Red Square Victory Day Parade | May 9th 2074 | Location: Stalinodar, Svalbard, RSFSR.

With a parade a mere 8 days ago on the 1st, the RSFSR would begin the great parade of victory day to celebrate the defeat of the brutal Nazi hordes who threatened the motherland all those years ago in 1941. It was an age in which the RSFSR was the largest SSR in the great USSR, which covered the Eurasian continent from Brest Litovsk to Vladivostok, and which was a vast and great union of freedom loving nations, united under socialism and free from the jailhouse of the Russian Empire. The parade would begin with the typical military marching, with rows of soldiers from the 1st Guards marching across the streets of Stalinodar to the sound of 'Red Army is the Greatest', an old Soviet song from the times of the revolution itself. However, things would quickly pick up pace as multiple MiG-35, MiG-35M, and Su-25 aircraft flew across the Red Square, putting on a display with red trails as two Tu-16 bombers trailed behind, each carrying a large Red banner behind them, with one banner being that of the USSR, and the other being that of the RSFSR.

As the planes passed overhead, multiple APCs and IFVs would pass through with T-90s and Shilkas coming through behind them, roaring as they went along the streets and once again amazing on viewers as they were decked out in camouflage similar to that of the Soviet tanks of the era. However, following them would come the largest surprises of all, three IS-3 tanks would come through the streets at deafening volume, amazing people watching who had never seen such an old tank in their entire lives, and yet they also recognized the power of the vehicle and how it was the pinnacle of the time. In addition to this, five T-34-85 tanks would come rolling behind the IS-3s, showing off more old armour that many were familiar with by this time. The T-34s, despite their age, were still magnificent tanks, the winners of WW2. In the air, the jets had cleared out, and now a formation of 10 Yak-1B aircraft would come trailing above the square, their propellers juxtaposing the jet engines seen prior, and adding to the experience of being at a genuine parade during the time of the Great Patriotic War.

During the end of the parade, the RSFSR's naval flagship, the Sovietsky Souyz would appear on a large screen, showing off the strength of the ship and the weapons, as it fired blanks away from the screen, and despite being far from the ship, the recording equipment on the helicopter filming the boat would blast the explosive sound of the guns firing through the speakers to a frightening effect as the screen faded to the red banner that was hoisted above the Reichstag in 1945, due to the fact the real banner was still in Moscow, or destroyed during the catastrophic New Sovietky or Rusthenian era of Russia. The parade's finishing moments would turn the screens to show the speech of Stalin on the defeat of the Nazis, to further bring out patriotic fervour for the defence of the motherland.

RSFSR Report | Early May 2074 | Location: Stalinodar, Svalbard, RSFSR.

Production plans from the RSFSR's factories that were begun last year have finally had fruit, as many new military vehicles were recommissioned and restored for use by the RSFSR's RKKA, including 750 ZSU-23-4 SPAAGs, 4,000 ZU-23-2 AAGs and 30,000 field guns for use by the artillery battalions of the RSFSR. The new production meant the military had finally received an upgrade, and production for existing vehicles, like the T-90M had turned up around 50 new T-90M tanks, while production would restore around 200 new T-72B tanks that the RSFSR had production blueprints for. The new tank upgrade meant that many divisions would no longer be undergunned and would finally have the ability to deal with enemy armour if needed. To aid this development, the military's numbers had grown to around 900,000 active soldiers, and 300,000 reserve soldiers, bringing the army up to around 1,200,000 people in total for the defence of the motherland and the revolution.

Hoxhagrad's final immigration quota was reached, and the city has reached a population of around 50,000 people at last, which is what the RSFSR had wanted for a long time to allow for the development of the V.I. Lenin Archipelago. With this quota met, it meant the RSFSR could focus on other tasks, putting the plan to build housing for 100,000 people on backburner and delaying it until around September of 2074. The RSFSR was now ready to begin the construction of further jobs for the millions of people in Hoxhagrad, and office work positions were created across the city to allow better management of the city and logistics for factories and supplies. The offices would also allow for computer technology developments and programming advances for the future. As the development of Hoxhagrad was to come to a more steady pace, the RSFSR was now ready to invest more in the military and provide more of its production for military projects that need work done on them.

Military exercises to be conducted in June were being planned by the RSFSR throughout the month, with the training grounds being prepared with fake fortifications, fake objectives and monitoring posts to ensure the good running of the military exercises. These exercises were set to be the largest in the history of the RSFSR to train to large number of new soldiers that had joined the army over the previous months. It was expected for both the Navy and Air Force to take part in the exercises too, as the Navy was to be used for aerial deployment from aircraft carriers, along with shelling coastal fortifications and landing troops on the beaches. The airforce was to be used as a cover to shoot down drones that were to be used as if they were enemy vehicles, and CAS was to be used to attack fortifications or defend from oncoming fake attacks that the army would have to face while on the defensive.

Workers of the world, unite!

Achain wrote:A bunch of crickets can be heard cheering....

...all before the regional fatass, CWP, tramples them.

crap, he bought too much mcdonalds with my credit card, time to make him pay $13 quadrillion war reparations

The Armed State of Berlin wrote:Frog land is Hon hon French land, which is bad.

time to turn them frogs gay with ebic chemicals

Update: I'm done with the sounds Pakishtan has.

Pakishta wrote:Update: I'm done with the sounds Pakishtan has.

Oh, and the alphabet. That, too. If anyone wants to see, let me know.

Pakishta wrote:Oh, and the alphabet. That, too. If anyone wants to see, let me know.

I only suffer under the watchful eye of sleep deficiency

Kremlinian Russia wrote:I only suffer under the watchful eye of sleep deficiency


Okay, now I made some words. Again, if anyone wants to see, lemme know.

Pakishta wrote:Okay, now I made some words. Again, if anyone wants to see, lemme know.

Why not

Pakishta wrote:Is that it? Seriously?

Yes, and Yugo is epic back. He's going to whip you up with some Pact Wars wedgies. He's going to surprise you with *drops torpedo* alright.

Waddup bítches

Oscistan wrote:Why not

Okay. So, I made a word for tree. That word is дрэво, or drevo, hello, and you could use either добры дзенj, dobry dzjenj, or здрастуjте, zdrastujtje, and goodbye, which you can use either до побаченнjа, do pobachennja, or прощане, proshchanje.

Adraen Coalition wrote:Waddup bítches


Pakishta wrote:Okay, now I made some words. Again, if anyone wants to see, lemme know.

I wanna see!

I don't think I ever got any strikes for spamming, but I might be wrong.
Also, you added a plural for joke, implying I made more then one, which is incorrect.
Second, I have publicly apologised for it yet you don't bring it up? Is this because you forgot?
(Also, I stole your Über. Hue hue hue)

Creeporistan wrote:I wanna see!

Already posted them! Here.

Pakishta wrote:Okay. So, I made a word for tree. That word is дрэво, or drevo, hello, and you could use either добры дзенj, dobry dzjenj, or здрастуjте, zdrastujtje, and goodbye, which you can use either до побаченнjа, do pobachennja, or прощане, proshchanje.

Pakishta wrote:Okay. So, I made a word for tree. That word is дрэво, or drevo, hello, and you could use either добры дзенj, dobry dzjenj, or здрастуjте, zdrastujtje, and goodbye, which you can use either до побаченнjа, do pobachennja, or прощане, proshchanje.

That's way more detailed than I thought it would be

Oscistan wrote:That's way more detailed than I thought it would be

I made a few pronouns, too. Oh, and just like real Slavic languages, the grammar will be absolute hell for native English speakers. It'll be fine for me, though, because I actually understand how these things will work.

Okay, now I'm making pronouns with many different forms depending on case.

Pakishta wrote:Okay, now I'm making pronouns with many different forms depending on case.

And now I'm done. Well, at least with the pronouns indicating person. There's still some other stuff I need to do.


State of The Yugoslav Union III
In the coastal regions of Yugoslav Union work is busy putting ports and docks previously maintained by the previous country that was annexed by the new Yugoslav Union recently into the production of new warships for the newly reestablished Yugoslav Navy for any future conflict that may come in the future. Back in the landlocked territories of the country More factories have been put back into full production capacity. The Yugoslav Union has made a new update of a tank called the M84 MK III which is an update of M84 which has been known for its reliability and long lifespan and low and the tank has seen decades of service under Imperial Yugoslav, Democratic Left Union and the International Defense Pact. It has served in a multitude of wars and conflicts such as The Shattering, The Yugoslav-Achainian Wars, The Caribbean Wars and was used on all fronts of the Pact Wars. The M84 MK III will be a reliable and low cost option for the Yugoslav Army. Meanwhile The Yugoslav Government has restored all digital communication in The Bosnia and Herzegovinan State. Meanwhile The Yugoslav Union has restored several synthetic fuel production sites to full working operating order and other synthetic fuel production sites have been almost or near completed into being fully operational. Meanwhile Mercenaries and and former soldiers are busy training the resurgent Yugoslav Army. Military Installations have been restored and even some new Military Installations and barracks have been erected. The Yugoslav Army has been busy rebuilding itself and has been growing with new recruits joining the army as the army is under going the largest modernization and expansions ever since the 1990s after the shattering.

RSFSR Report | Mid-Late May | Location: Stalinodar, Svalbard, RSFSR.

With the parades and holidays having finished in the beginning of the month, the country was once again working as intended, and people were back in the workplace. With the country now back on track, the RSFSR was prepared for sending its delegation to the Bulgarians on June 10th, and the ARCP (B) was now studying and collecting old documents on Bulgaria to help in learning about the country and its role within the Communist International of the 1930s. The RSFSR would note down the works of Dimitrov when he was in control of the Comintern, and how he was instrumental in combating fascism through his work on the Popular Front and anti-fascist tactics. In addition, the ARCP (B) would note down the importance of maintaining fraternal relations between the two countries, and how the RSFSR would be prepared to send any military or economic help should the Bulgarians require it in the future. The Secretariat would be briefed on their duties to protect the General Secretary in Bulgaria, and would be provided with a dossier on the Bulgarians and Bulgarian Communist Party from information on the old world and information gathered on the new party.

The military exercises for the 1st and 2nd armies would have finally been prepared, and the two armies were moved to their respective training grounds in order to begin their exercise in the next month. With this set up, the Hoxhagrad based 11th Motorized Rifle Division would be placed on standby along with the 1st Guards Mot Rifle in Stalinodar in case any military emergencies were occurring at the time. As the 1st Guards Motorized was given the most up-to-date equipment and was by far the best trained and experienced (having fought in the Rusthenian war), the RSFSR was certain that Stalinodar would be protected, and if not, then the reserves could easily fill in the gaps while the main armies were busy on exercises or being diverted from exercise to the front if a war were to happen. Hoxhagrad's 11th Mot Rifle was prepared in the case of a small scale invasion, but typically was given the less up-to-date gear due to the location of the army. Regardless, they were still fundamentally a Soviet army, and thus trained to use any situation to their advantage, and they weren't so under equipped as to be useless.

In the navy, the Svalbard Fleet was placed onto immediate standby to protect from anything that may come across the seas to attack while exercises were underway, as the Novaya Zemlya Fleet was tasked with taking part in the exercises, as they had sufficient firepower and transport capability to do so, and had small scale helicopter pads for aerial exercises. The aircraft carrier in the Svalbard Fleet would be placed onto patrol launch duty, as patrol planes were supposed to act as the nation's steel wall in the sky. Similarly, ground based aircraft were also launched for this purpose, barring the craft taking part in the exercises, which was only a small number of MiG-35s and Su-25 planes were taking part (10 MiG-25s and 5 Su-25s).

Yeah sorry couldn't write more after I kinda gave myself writers block in the last post.

Every time Yugo churns out a post, Krem shïtposts by creating one too.

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