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RE: Rebuilding Bridges [Angleter / Reitzmag summit]
"A pleasure doing business with you, Simon. I assure you I'll be speedrunning this through Parliament."
Emryc also signed the treaty and leant across the table to shake hands with Simon.
RE: The National Observer
October 25th, 2020
Article by: Sophie Hirst
ISLA'S EU REFERENDUM BILL SPARKS BACKLASH
SDP rebel Mary d'Ivry is a rare voice of support on the opposition benches for the Government's referendum plan
Prime Minister Emryc Isla has declared that next month’s vote on a referendum on Angleter’s EU membership will be a confidence motion, the first time that he has put his minority government on the line in a Parliamentary vote.
Since the 2018 election, Mr Isla has governed with the support of a loose collection of renegade Democrats, many of whom have since formed the New Right, a party which has signed a formal confidence and supply agreement with Mr Isla’s Citizen Alliance. However, the Citizen Alliance and New Right between them remain short of a majority, and a small number of New Right members are said to be wavering on the referendum bill.
With the exception of the New Right and the populist National Movement Robert Kilroy-Silk, opposition parties have responded furiously to the referendum bill. Social Democratic Party leader Kirpal Singh Chanon has called it a ‘stupid distraction’ from the ongoing quagmire in Dromund Kaas and tensions with the Communist regime in Neo-Venetia, while Democrat leader Robert Rice angrily denounced ‘Anglexit’ as a ‘reactionary, populist move’. Further complicating the picture are a number of Democrat MPs, including former Foreign Minister Vitus Duryzatehende, who, despite the party’s liberal turn under Mr Rice, are reported to be contemplating voting for the bill. Only a handful of SDP MPs are expected to support the Government, and the Coalition for Socialism and Liberation is unanimously opposed.
Mr Isla has reportedly grown tired of the constant threat of an SDP-Democrat alliance removing him from power, and has chosen to pre-empt the move by making the referendum bill a confidence vote. He is understood to believe that victory would solidify his informal support base in Parliament into a more stable majority, while in the event of defeat he is expected to call elections, riding what he expects to be a wave of Eurosceptic support, rather than allow Mr Chanon and Mr Rice to form a centre-left administration.
Some New Right and Democrat MPs have suggested that they would be more inclined to vote for the bill if it committed the Government to neutrality. However, while Mr Isla is prepared to negotiate a more neutral question for the referendum, and limit the amount of support the Government is able to give to the anti-EU campaign, he has repeatedly stated that he will not be a ‘passive observer’ in the process. “This is what the Government believes is right for Angleter. It’s what I believe is right for Angleter. I, and the Government, have a duty to make that case,” he told Mr Duryzatehende in Parliament earlier this week.
Despite disagreement on the terms, it appears there is a slim Parliamentary majority for holding a referendum, and pro- and anti-EU campaign groups have been established in anticipation of a campaign. Peter Montfort, a former European Councillor and Commissioner, and most recently Chairman of EuroVoice, has formed Angleter for Europe, which intends to campaign to keep Angleter in the EU. The group is supported by the leaders of the SDP and the Democrats, as well as former European Commissioner Gisela Stuart Firoux, who is married to the Speaker of the European Council.
At the Angleter for Europe launch event on Monday, Mr Montfort told reporters that “I know as well as anyone that the EU can be frustrating; but I also know it’s a powerful force for our influence in Europe. Our nation has grown so much since we joined the EU, and that’s no coincidence. We can’t afford to turn the clock back to 2007.” However, Mr Montfort has come under fire for his succession of Europolis-based jobs. Mr Isla tweeted that “Peter Montfort is a good guy but he went native in Europolis years ago. Maybe he’s worried the jobs will dry up if we #Anglexit?”
Mr Isla, meanwhile, has thrown his support behind Yes Angleter Can, co-chaired by rebellious left-wing SDP MP Mary d’Ivry and musician Drake Bell. Mr Bell has previously been a campaigner for Dragan Trympov’s Make Europe Great Again movement. It is expected that senior politicians, including the Citizen Alliance’s Martha Lane and independent centrist Mayor of New Birmingham Apache Indian, will join the campaign in the coming weeks, once the bill’s provisions on official neutrality become clearer.
At the anti-EU campaign’s launch on Thursday, Mrs d’Ivry was eager to distance the movement from Mr Isla: “I don’t like Emryc Isla, I don’t support him. But this isn’t about him. This is about left-wing people like me, right-wing people like Drake, centrists, everybody coming together to do what’s right for our country. The EU ties one hand behind our back, steals our wallet, and tells us to be thankful for it. It’s time to go.”
Polling, however, shows Anglexit intimately linked to the Citizen Alliance. According to Canvassus, 57% of people would vote to leave the EU today, including almost 95% of Citizen Alliance voters. And Mr Isla is reaping the political benefits, possibly informing his decision to give opposition parties the ultimatum of an election: the Citizen Alliance has soared to 48% in the polls. The SDP are second on 18%, followed by the hard-left Coalition for Socialism and Liberation on 14%, the Democrats on 12%, and the New Right on 6%. Robert Kilroy-Silk’s party has slumped to just 1% in the polls.
RE: Internal Affairs Commissioner - Angleter Sumit
"Not sure what he's after, to be honest, but I suppose we better humour him. The pro-EU campaign are going to say we're turning down some wonderful offer that we know can't exist. We need to do all we can to stop that narrative taking hold."
Emryc nodded as his aide continued.
"The real question for us is does he come in good faith, or is it a pro-EU campaign tour?"
Emryc scoffed. "I'll take pro-EU campaign tour for £20. But yes, we need to manage this carefully. The referendum needs to get through Parliament, and there are a few Democrat and New Right MPs on the fence. We've made it a confidence vote but we can't afford any slip-ups if we're to get it over the line, OK?"
Another aide entered the office. "Sir? He's here."
"Great. Send a convoy to pick him up. The nice cars. Full armoured things, and have the red and blue lights all the way. He loves that kind of thing. Did you see his campaign stops?"
RE: Rebuilding Bridges [Angleter / Reitzmag summit]
Emryc returned to the room with a pile of papers. They were passed around the room.
"Simon, I think we can do business here. I'm happy to present to you this draft treaty. It includes pretty much everything, I think, that we discussed, including an Angleteric military guarantee to Reitzmag in the event that it is subject to foreign aggression, and a sort of voucher scheme where Reitzmag can borrow money earmarked for the purchase of our military equipment. I'm also prepared, as the text reflects, to up the amount of capital investment from RAIA for the three new cities, so we actually fund all the projects in their entirety, and that way you can be ready to go with those projects the moment this treaty is ratified."
"Take a look, anyway; let me know what you think. I hope it's all in order?"
RE: EUROVOICE 39 RESULTS SHOW
Peter Montfort, former Chairman of EuroVoice, European Councillor, and European Commissioner, and recently-appointed Chairman of the Angleter for Europe campaign, had put a lot of time and effort into his costume, choosing to go as what he considered a truly terrifying concept.
It was something of a relief for Peter to be back in Europolis. The first few days of the campaign hadn't been great. The narrative that he was only fighting to save Angleter's EU membership because it had given him a succession of well-paid jobs over several years was proving difficult to fight, not least since it was mostly true.
In fact, he felt like giving a little abuse back for once. Clocking one attendee in a hyper-realistic costume, he shouted "OI, SIMON BRIDGES! WANKER!" as he headed towards the bar.
At the bar, Peter started talking to Tobias Johnson Farage. "Good job that wasn't actually Bridges, huh?"
RE: The Apostolic Crown of Angleter
STATEMENT: EASTERN HAANE
By the Prime Minister, Emryc Isla
Oldknow House, October 4th, 2020
Last month, my Government instituted a complete and total shutdown on travel, trade, and migration between Angleter and Eastern Haane until we could learn more about the situation in that country.
I would like to start by confirming that the shutdown remains in place.
We have, however, learned more about the unfolding human tragedy in Eastern Haane. An entire nation at the heart of Europe has been brought to the gates of Hell following the collapse of a Communist regime under the weight of its own contradictions. Over recent weeks we have witnessed, and the Haanean people have endured, unspeakable savagery. War, torture, and the rise of evil death cults.
It is not Angleter's place to step in and write the Haanean people's future for them. Ultimately, we believe that only Eastern Haane can liberate Eastern Haane. But we respect and support the actions of the four friendly nations who have taken it upon themselves to implement a no-fly zone over the country.
The European Council is expected, in coming days, to sanction a multinational intervention in Eastern Haane. Angleter will not participate, for the reasons I have set out above, and because we continue to work to neutralise the threats on our own borders of Kaasian Sithianism and Neo-Venetian separatist Communism.
But we would advise the nations intervening that the lesson of the last few days is that any intervention must be respectful of the wishes of the Haanean people, and that any reconstruction process must be led by the Haanean people. It is their country, their culture, and their government; not a blank canvas for the globalist elites of Europe to project their fantasies.
We are now subject to the obscene spectacle of Reitzmag claiming that its supremely arrogant, failed intervention was, in fact, a success, because a woman is currently being brutally and blasphemously tortured to death on Facebook Live. Not since the murder of my friend Paul Craticus have I seen such depraved gloating about man's inhumanity to man, with the added injury of that inhumanity being used in a pathetic attempt to present an obvious failure, that cost many lives and further destabilised an already horrendous situation, as a glorious victory. It is a sickening coda to an intervention that will go down as a cautionary tale about the perils of interventions.
Contrary to the words of the Reitzmic government, the situation is not over, and it may well be that European intervention is what restores peace to Eastern Haane. But that would be no time for Europe to congratulate itself. Eastern Haane's brutal civil war is a testament to the failure of the European Union.
While Eastern Haane was hurtling towards chaos, the Internal Affairs Commissioner was driving a fake tank through a refugee camp, ziplining into rallies, advertising his app, going around Europe in a car plastered with his face, and telling us all to pay for his 5G project. That was barely a month ago. He even went to Eastern Haane to take credit for bringing peace to that country. Casting your mind back to this time, it would almost be darkly laughable, if the consequences hadn't been so tragic.
Angleter no longer has any confidence in the ability of the European Union to resolve conflicts among or within its member states, or restrain rogue states. And that, in our view, is what the EU was supposed to be for. We are left, now, being asked to pay for what is essentially a virtue-signalling rules factory and the expensive indulgences of its globalist rule-makers.
I can therefore confirm that the official policy of the Angleteric Crown is now to withdraw from the European Union, subject to a referendum to be held in the winter. We will bring forward legislation to that end in the coming weeks. In the meantime, we will not fill our vacant Council seat. We will not vote in Commission or ECoJ elections.
Should the Angleteric people endorse this path, we will remain committed to bilateral and multilateral relations with friendly EU member states. Our treaties with them will remain valid. We do not intend to disengage from the world; only from an organisation that has become an anarchy in what it should be doing, and a tyranny in what it should not be doing. Should other member states and nearby countries share our view, we would even be willing to found within the region a new multinational organisation that will embody the principles of the EU that a hopeful Angleter joined over 12 years ago.
The people of Eastern Haane deserve to live the rest of their lives in a peaceful, secure Europe of sovereign nations. I hope that the belated action we are seeing now will recover them from the bowels of this Hell on Earth, and begin that new chapter in their long history.
But it is our responsibility now, as a government, to not only look after the interests of our own Angleteric people, but also to call time on our endorsement of a decadent, globalist organisation that has proven itself incapable of preventing these horrors from gashing the face of our region. We owe that to the people of all Europe.
RE: EuroVoice 39
Nation Name: Angleter
Halloween or Revenge: Revenge
Artist: Nick Knowles
Song: An Eye For An Eye
Link to youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3dNSVsoyOo
Vote deliverer with their image linked: Sir Pete Waterman
Link to your flag: Flag
Room in the haunted chateau: The Unearthly Utility Room