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    192 KB Dictator Quest Part 3 Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)20:02 No.17687923  

    Nation: Republic of Zanzi
    Information: Free Religion! Republic!
    Resources: Average Resources. Specific to come soon.
    Location: West Africa near Ivory Coast. Fictional location. To be mapped.
    Political Ties: Russia is a close friend - when they remember we exist... China has sold/loaned equipment to us before.
    Era: Near Future / Modern. Late 2012.

    Leader: President Negasso Garawa. Also known as "Xavier" - Elected President For Life.
    Race: Black Male
    History: Graduated from Moscow University with a business major. Has contacts within the Russian government.


    Still accepting proposals for flag designs (MSPaint them.) - No offensive flags please. Must 'fit' the logic of a national standard.


    1: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/17659180/
    2: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/17676996/ (Link should work.)
    2 4chan: >>17676996
    >> SEPTEMBER 2014 - MILITARY REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)20:08 No.17688020
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    Zanzian Army
    -8,462 men
    -187 scout corp
    -TAR-21 Primary Combat Weapon
    -Limited ATM and MANPAD (Anti tank and anti air) weapons

    Zanzian Airforce
    9 Fighter pilots
    1 Helicopter pilot
    27 Trainees
    -4 Mig-29s (Best fighters in region...)
    -3 SU-25 (Best anti-ground in region...)
    -2 Mil Mi-2 (trans helo)
    -6 Cessna 172 (Scout/Personel Transport..civy craft.)
    -1 Mi-24 Hind D

    Whats a navy?

    Coast Guard
    26 Boats mounted with whatever weapons we had laying around. They double as fishing boats.
    1 freighter for local shipping, armed with a 20mm Bofors from WW2.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:10 No.17688039
    >Whats a navy?

    This still cracks me up, utterly.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:11 No.17688060
    You know, I've just realized that we've let the rebels fortify their position for a year now.

    This could get really ugly.

    OP, can you tell us how our citizens view the rebels? Or, because they've been so quiet, did our people forget about them?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:14 No.17688102
    Man, I've been asking this for months. Are they seen as heros or terrorists?

    How are our intel assets coming along? We need to keep tabs both on the (possibly state sponsored) rebels as well as the (possibly state sponsored) pirates.

    Seems to me like we have some big enemies in the shadows.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:17 No.17688143
    also, whlo liked the old guy in charge?

    they might still have it out for us.
    >> SEPTEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)20:18 No.17688149
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    -Russian 30 BMP-2s have arrived.
    -India order of 100 BMP-2 Mortar Variants have arrived.
    Advisers: With this many mortars, we should be able to level an enemy... it will look splendid.

    -Economy Alert! Your finances seem to be dwindling due to corruption somewhere in your government...

    -Agriculture Alert! Your farm lands are having some issues with neighboring tribes in the north, the tribes claim that some of that land has always been theirs - even if they have not used it in a century or two...

    -World News: United States and NATO forces have attacked Iran. Iran has attempted to close the straight. A carrier and several ships, including tankers, have fallen to Sunburn missiles in the straight, temporarily blocking world oil supply. Prices have gone through the roof and rising. Russia warns NATO that this was a poor move to make, but seen as simply sabre rattling over this topic as always.

    -Ghana's first visitors have used the highway, bringing local tourism in! They will be in the capital for a few weeks.

    -Brazil would be interested in hosting a soccer match between our and their nations - if we could gather a team soon.

    -Reactor security has been doubled.

    -No further reports of rebels or other news.
    >> SEPTEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)20:18 No.17688165
    -Citizens view the rebels as a menace, though few know they exist. Most have positive light for your rule.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:23 No.17688222
    Economy: Have the KGB guy and his trainees investigate.

    Agriculture: Send a diplomat. Would the tribes prefer to work the land themselves?

    World News: Oh, balls. This is not good for our economy, or our military.

    Ghana: Encourage the tourism industry.

    Brazil: Excellent. Create a national team, and prepare our most talented Vuvuzela musicians.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:23 No.17688224
    Get Our ruskie to look into the corruption and get some background info on the tribes' claims.

    See if we can paint the rebels as horrible horrible people to those who do not know of them, see if we can drum up civilian support for kicking there asses.
    >> Sonir !Fxs7dttdok 01/26/12(Thu)20:25 No.17688245

    Offer additional military access to Russia if they agree to help us train our army.

    also >>17688222

    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:25 No.17688246


    Perfect time to use KGB guy.


    Begin negotiations with the tribesman.

    Soccer: Hell yeah. Get all up in that African league. Although we'll need a stadium, assuming we don't have one yet.

    Rebels: Time to spread some propaganda about how terrible they are.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:26 No.17688259
    >Indian Mortar BMP-2
    That was supposed to be 100 of the infantry mortars, not the BMP-2 variant.
    Because we're going into a jungle, and the IFV's will have a hard time getting into position.
    Order 100 of the OFB 51mm E1 mortars for our infantry.

    Corruption will not be tolerated! Find the source, and plug it. Make sure that the trial is public, and that the sentence is heavy.

    Send a negotiation team. Try to find a compromise, such as allowing the tribals to have the land as long as they work it under our policies.

    >Russia and oil
    Talk to Dmitri again. Tell him that money is no object in making sure that the rig is safe and secure. We can make it all back because of the oil market right now, and Russia stands to profit as well.

    Send out a national call for soccer try-outs. Let's get a team together.

    Continue sending more Pathfinders, ask our PMC if they have any kind of aerial recon asset we can pay to get images of the rebel camp.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:27 No.17688280

    >100 BMP-2 Motars


    HOLY SHIT. OP, I believe that number was for the man portable WW2 motars. We only ordered 10 of the BMP Motar Variants.

    Economy alert:
    Contact the KGB agent. We need to ferret out the corrupt officials. Have them gather proper evidence. We need to do this properly and hang the culprits, showing that such actions will not be tolerated.

    World News:
    Damn, this is Firestorm: Iran. More income is good anyways. See if the US would like more tasty crude in exchange for favourable trade and aid.

    Welcome our visitors. This is a great step forward for both countries. Perhaps we should consider a state visit to strengthen ties.

    Excellent. We welcome the soccer heroes with open arms.

    Have our generals begin planning a operation to take out the base. Bring in the PMCs and pathfinders to provide intelligence and local ground knowledge in the planning. Time to take the bastards out.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:29 No.17688305
    >-Economy Alert! Your finances seem to be dwindling due to corruption somewhere in your government...

    Root them out with Internal Affairs. Make an example out of them (kill them, publicly).

    >-Agriculture Alert! Your farm lands are having some issues with neighboring tribes in the north, the tribes claim that some of that land has always been theirs - even if they have not used it in a century or two...

    If only we had some sort of shell-lobbing vehicle impervious to small arms fire. Oh wait, we have 130 BMP-2s. Problem solved.

    >-Ghana's first visitors have used the highway, bringing local tourism in! They will be in the capital for a few weeks.

    Use our newly-minted intelligence arm to keep a careful but unobtrusive eye on them. I don't trust Ghana.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:29 No.17688313
    This is a quest about a ditactor in a african country, yet you root out corruption and invest in education, and negotiate with ANYONE. You are doing it wrong tg. Burn the rebels
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:31 No.17688329
    Well, we already got the mortar-variant BMP-2's. Might as well keep them since we were going to order them anyway.
    And the 51mm E1's should be relatively inexpensive, so I don't think it would be much of an impact on our economy.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:31 No.17688331

    But we are burning the filthy heretics.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:32 No.17688342
    The best dictators are the ones that rule with the backing of the people. Kings and Queens are glorified dictators.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:33 No.17688353
    >Burn the rebels
    Uh, that's what we plan to do.
    With overwhelming mortar artillery and CAS once the SAM's are taken out.
    This has been in the works for a year.
    >> Sonir !Fxs7dttdok 01/26/12(Thu)20:36 No.17688381

    The best fortress is the love of the people.
    >> SEPTEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)20:38 No.17688402
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    ....100 motorized mortars.... consider it a mistranslation.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:38 No.17688413
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    Oh no you don't, Gendo. The MP units are already on their way.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:42 No.17688469
    >-Economy Alert! Your finances seem to be dwindling due to corruption somewhere in your government...

    Deploy our best accounts and/or interigators to root out the bastards taking our money. Also check for rebel connections....

    >-Agriculture Alert! Your farm lands are having some issues with neighboring tribes in the north, the tribes claim that some of that land has always been theirs - even if they have not used it in a century or two...

    Send a detachment of 100 troops to these locations to quell the local tribes. See if we can bribe with with shiny glass beads to fight for us, we could use them as meatsheilds and/or a harrying force across the border.

    >-World News: United States and NATO forces have attacked Iran. Iran has attempted to close the straight. A carrier and several ships, including tankers, have fallen to Sunburn missiles in the straight, temporarily blocking world oil supply. Prices have gone through the roof and rising. Russia warns NATO that this was a poor move to make, but seen as simply sabre rattling over this topic as always.

    Offer the US our oil at a slightly but not dramatically inflated price.

    >-Ghana's first visitors have used the highway, bringing local tourism in! They will be in the capital for a few weeks.

    Ensure the tourists only see good things. Provide some shadow security to ensure nothing bad happens to them.

    >-Brazil would be interested in hosting a soccer match between our and their nations - if we could gather a team soon.

    Gather trials to make a team.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:42 No.17688471
    So wait, do we have 100 Sarath Mortar-variants or not?
    Because if we have them, we may as well field them, and place that order for 100 51mm E1 infantry mortars as well.
    We needed both anyway.
    >> Slushed 01/26/12(Thu)20:43 No.17688481
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    > Economy:
    Like others have said, Have ZIA (zanzian intelligence agency) look into it

    >Oil Prices
    We could definitely use this to our advantage. What do our oil reserves look like? we could look for prospective buyers.

    >Dirty Rebels
    I say as soon as we get that amour in from India we flatten the bastards. In the meantime we should use whatever small mortar weapons we have to soften them up.

    >Free Action:
    im going to repeat what someone said in the last thread about opening a National Bank. Use it to encourage small business loans, and subsides anyone willing to construct a fish canning factory, strengthing the economy in Port Liberty

    Pic related: Flag Idea
    >> O'Grady 01/26/12(Thu)20:43 No.17688484
    My god...if we coordinated them to all fire at once...the destruction would be glorious.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:43 No.17688485

    Instead of a ton of short range motars, I'd rather spend the money on a proper artillery battery.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:45 No.17688516
    Infantry mortars are very important, and I think you discount them too quickly.
    >> SEPTEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)20:46 No.17688532
    Yes we have 100 motorized mortars... the person in charge of that order has been put in jail. The man-portable mortars will arrive with those vehicle mortars as well...

    Next turn coming soon.
    >> Sonir !Fxs7dttdok 01/26/12(Thu)20:48 No.17688551

    Jesus that's a lot of firepower.


    >alfiring smote
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:49 No.17688564
    As the person who suggested it last time, yes, let's get a national bank going to help the economy.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)20:57 No.17688679
    Well, we need to be thorough.

    This operation needs to have intel gathered, planned properly, and executed with efficiency.
    No rebel should escape.
    >> OCTOBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)21:04 No.17688765
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    -KGB and ZIA will be investigating.
    -Tribals will work the lands, but not be slaves.

    -Rebels have attacked the gold mine! Your security drove them off. The Rebels, a studious observer said, had American weaponry.

    -National Soccer Team has been formed and are current practicing! They are doing a so-so job.

    -Tourism, Ghana visitors enjoyed their stay and access to BBC, Internet, and Ice Cream!

    -African Union has accepted us! Hurray!

    -Russia does not want us to sell crude oil or products thereof to America.

    -National Bank of Zanzia established... KGB guy recommends building bomb proof vault to store our gold in the primary bank in Capital.

    -Intel has located possible rebel secondary bases deep in the jungle.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:08 No.17688826

    Run news stories on the attacks on the welfare of the people. Show the injured personnel and crying widows.

    Have our generals come up with an immediate plan to take out the rebels. Is it possible to take all sites at once? How is the readiness levels of our fledging airforce, will they be up to providing support?

    Agree to the Russian's request, for now.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:11 No.17688879
    Tribals: We wouldn't expect them to be. They will get a fair wage, just like everyone else. Good to see we can resolve the problem without violence.

    Rebels: American weaponry doesn't necessarily mean American backing, but perhaps we can afford to be paranoid.

    Russia: I suppose that's as expected. We will acquiesce, for now.

    Vault: Do it.

    Intel: Investigate further. Plan to take these out as well. We will have to do this completely, or else we'll be rooting guerrillas out of our jungle for years to come.
    >> O'Grady 01/26/12(Thu)21:12 No.17688887
    rolled 99 = 99

    Shell the secondary bases into oblivion! Keep shelling even if the forest is burning down!

    I'll put forward a mutual defense pact with Liberia again.

    Put more money into the soccer program, keep holding tryouts. We wanna win!

    Take our intelligence agent's recommendations.

    I would've tried to reason with Russia about the whole oil thing, but it's too suspicious that the rebels have American weaponry AND a jet flew in to give it to them. I say we offer it to the EU instead of the US.

    Start building a presidential estate that would be suitable for hosting a African Union meeting, it'd be a nice first impression if we offered to host the next meeting in our capital.

    Put up some billboards on the highway advertising the attractions of our capital city.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:15 No.17688948
    They won't be. They'll be properly paid for their crops.

    >Rebel attacks
    Commend the security staff.

    >National Soccer Team
    Get them to continue training to be ready to go up against Brazil. Just make a good showing.

    >Russia and oil
    Agree to their demand. Especially since it may be the Americans funding the rebels.
    Ask if selling to the EU would be okay.

    >NBZ gold vault
    Agree with the KGB agent's assessment. Have a vault in our central bank that will be our gold reserve.

    >secondary rebel base
    Get Pathfinders to identify air defenses, have our generals begin drawing up plans to attack the base and flatten it.

    >Free Action
    Spruce up our Presidential Estate and a convention center, make them ready to host an African Union meeting if we get picked to host one. Nothing flashy or overdone, simply good quality.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:17 No.17688969
    > rebels with American guns

    Inform Russia of our rebel problem and their potential USA links. Perhaps some of their special forces could use a vacation?

    Request UN support to train a "counter-terrorism" unit to deal with this and future terrorist attacks.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:19 No.17688998

    Links would be premature. It could be anyone. For now, the only thing we know is that they must be destroyed.
    >> Laurentius 01/26/12(Thu)21:23 No.17689049
    This, but don't ask for Russia's permission to sell to the EU. We're their ally, NOT their puppets
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:24 No.17689059
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    >mfw, African dictators are reading this thread.
    >mfw, they reform their administrations to earn the love of the people.
    >mfw, suddenly kind dictators all over Africa.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:26 No.17689092
    African dictators on /tg/? That would explain a few things.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:31 No.17689159
    look into russian tactical/intel support for our upcoming attacks on the rebels.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:31 No.17689160
    >We're their ally, NOT their puppets
    You're right.
    If they have a problem with it, then we can negotiate it out afterwards.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:33 No.17689185
    No, I'd rather this be done with our own resources.
    As a test to prove that we can operate independently, and that we can take care of our own problems.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:33 No.17689191
    We need to prep our military to assault the rebel base by the next month. It's imperative that these rebel scum be dealt with in a quick and timely manner before they have the opportunity to do any real damage, especially with the reactor coming online.
    We have mortars to shell them and neutralize the AA batteries.
    We have CAS to bomb the shit out of them.
    We have 8k+ troops to send in, 4k of them with modern western rifles.
    There's no more room to delay and allow the rebels to get even more support flown in.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:35 No.17689208
    good point

    also: provide moral suport to NATO, with letters to the leaders, enclosed are funny motivational pictures.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:36 No.17689230
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:39 No.17689261
    get our best men on the job, obama and them could use a laugh i expect.
    >> SEPTEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)21:44 No.17689329
    Op here...currently rushing to restroom every 5 minutes...somethings hit me hard. Soon as I settle Ill post. Sorry.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:46 No.17689366
    Ohhh that'sa no good boss!
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)21:48 No.17689385
    Contact Russians about suspicion of Americans poisoning OP's food.
    >> Slushed 01/26/12(Thu)22:13 No.17689752
    bumping for peace
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:38 No.17690077
    >> NOVEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)22:38 No.17690087
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    Okay...feeling semi better...post time.


    -Russia says many EU nations are NATO, and not to sell to them either until this war is resolved...

    -Your presidential estate has been refurbished! Congratulations on a lovely home Mr. President.

    -Soccer team is doing their best still, and will be ready for the games in a few months.

    -Rebels attack the gold mine again. Two dead to rebels.

    -Liberia does not wish to make any alliances right now.

    -More oil has been discovered inland! Russia is offering to help us build wells there, we can operate them, same oil deal stays in place however.

    -Rebel attack on refinery! Failed, PMC intercepted their assault just before it began, thanks to KGB Guy's intelligent ZIA agents.

    -WORLD NEWS! US Ground forces invade Iran. Iranian ground forces invade Iraq and A'Stan to push US forces from there. Arabia enters the war on NATO's side.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:42 No.17690144

    Get KGB guy, all intelligence and army ministers together. It's time to plan our counterattack on the rebels.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:47 No.17690211
    >New Oil fields
    Tell Russia that we must deal with these rebels before continued expansion on land.

    Take out their bases. hit them from the land, hit them from the air.
    see if Russia can get us some Napalm for bombing the bases.

    additional PMC to defend refinery and reactor?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:47 No.17690216
    >Russian Oil
    Tell Russia we're gonna make some money off this oil crisis and we aren't selling to broke-ass North Korea or those cheap skates China. Put forward Japan, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Ireland (we'll need to sell to all of them to maximize profit) as discount oil candidates. Accept their offer to build platforms inland.

    >Rebel attack on gold mines.
    Step up security at both gold mines.

    >Attack on Refinery.
    Ask ZIA to try and pinpoint the location of these secondary bases. Start sending large scouting parties, well armed, into the forest. The hunt begins.

    >Soccer Team
    Congratulate them, start selling tickets to watch their practices. Attend them personally.

    >Presidential Home
    Send out word to the AU that we'd be happy to host the next meeting.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:48 No.17690224
    We need to find a buyer; we need to take advantage of this oil crisis.
    Use our contacts; find a civilian owned holding company, sell the oil to them, and they can find a buyer. If the buyer turns out to be EU, or even America, oh well. We just sold to some guy.

    >Soccer team
    Keep training.

    The rebels cannot be allowed to continue. Get the ZIA and our Pathfinders together. We launch the attack as soon as the mortars arrive.

    >More oil
    Cite security problems with the rebels as too dangerous to build another oil well right now.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:51 No.17690277
    I like this plan, but we should also point out to Russia they get 30% of our oil free of charge. If they want to buy oil from us they can pay full price and consider the 30% they get free their discount.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)22:58 No.17690375
    Their counter-argument is that they also provided the equipment, training, and half the workers; 30% is a steal compared to how much it would normally cost, and that it would take years for us to access those oil reserves without outside help.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:00 No.17690396
    We need to assault dem rebels with our military hardware. We have the technology.
    >> Slushed 01/26/12(Thu)23:01 No.17690409
    Fuck it. Lets talk to India, or China. Sell at slightly below average rate to become a preferred client in the future.

    The Russian deal is a decent one, I still feel like we should explore other options

    Lets go ahead and plan for a synchronized attack on all their bases, mortar and bomb them from the air, encircle Main camp with Elite Unit during bombardment. Attempt to capture anyone who looks to be in command for interrogation
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:01 No.17690416
    Concede that, yes, this is true. Also point out that if they trade with Iran for oil they gain bad rep from NATO and the UN, and they're already viewed with suspicion as the ones really masterminding all this.

    Then ask them what they think a fair discount would be. I would say we go no higher than 10%.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:02 No.17690429
    >half the workers
    This isn't good at all, we want native workers getting those jobs and job experience. Personally I am against selling the rights to oil inland, as we could potentially just build our own derricks. I'm also more concerned with agricultural and infrastructural investment, like railroads between major cities and mines and shit like that.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:04 No.17690470
    Native workers ARE getting half the jobs and the experience.
    What, would you trust an entire oil rig to an inexperienced crew and a handful of instructors?
    It takes time to train workers, especially if they're coming from an education system that averages at the late middle school level.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:07 No.17690519
    I am putting forward that we should invest more into education, and start building railroads between the major cities. We should also start sending out engineers to talk to farmers about irrigating their lands.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:12 No.17690599

    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:16 No.17690641
    We did ask for railroad construction, first after the highway was finished, and when we found that we could afford it.
    But since I didn't see it get started, I suppose I shouldn't assume that work was actually started on it.
    >> DECEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)23:20 No.17690684
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    -Russia agrees to let you sell your oil to India, China, African nations not affiliated with US/NATO (Liberia,) South America, and any nation that would not send oil to the US in the event of war time. Discount as you please.

    -India is indeed interested in buying oil from you. As is China.

    -Advisers remind you that Russia is letting natives work, while they simply make sure our people don't fuck up. We did ask them to make sure it is safe.

    -Advisers suggest getting some factories going for domestic production of civil needs and military... Rebels or not, all our suppliers are large, nuclear nations. If something were to happen...

    -Rebel forward base has been found by Zia.

    -BBC journalists have arrived, signed wavers, and have left into the jungles to find that rare monkey.

    -The USS Kidd (DDG-100) is requesting to dock in our port to let on supplies. Their sailors will be permitted port time if we allow it - a source of foreign money.
    >> DECEMBER 2014 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)23:21 No.17690692
    It is being planned out. This takes a lot of time.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:26 No.17690755

    Sell to India.

    Sounds good.


    We gotta get those guys. Also: I GUARAN-FUCKING-TEE that BBC group is about to get kidnapped by the rebels.

    >US boat

    Tell Russia ahead of time. We're gonna need to allow it, as we don't want them to think we're completely in RUssia's pocket. Explain it as "an attempt to disarm any possible hostilities with a superpower." If Russia has some giant objection, then maybe, MAYBE we say no.
    >> Teddyhands !!gQYFtCw/Zqk 01/26/12(Thu)23:26 No.17690760
    Let the Kidd dock.
    Russia needs to learn that we are independent.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:29 No.17690794
    Sell to India and China. India gets a little bit of a discount since they've been so helpful with the thorium reactor.

    >domestic factories
    Agree with advisors.
    Incentives and tax breaks for businesses that will manufacture goods that our citizens want.
    Government-owned and controlled ammunition factory for our guns.
    Reach out to Russia for licenses to make some of the spare parts of the vehicles and planes we have. Start out easy, like spares for the BMP's and the MiG-21's. The MiG-29's might be a bit much.
    Also reach out to Israel for license for the TAR-21. We need to be able to make our own spare parts.

    >Rebel base
    Generals, prepare your troops for an attack. Pathfinders to find the air defenses, mortars to crush them from afar, then air support to soften up defenses and ground troops to clean up.

    >USS Kidd
    Allow them to dock.
    If Russia complains:
    "Tovarisch, I am letting them dock in my port, and you have not sent KGB agents to attempt to infiltrate it or bribe and extort its crew while they are on shore leave? You're losing your touch I think. "

    >Free Action
    Begin planning for a massive national irrigation project.
    >> Sonir !Fxs7dttdok 01/26/12(Thu)23:29 No.17690805
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    No to The USS Kidd (DDG-100), since America is at war and that might put our nation at risk.

    Sell oil to India.

    Factories and such are a HELLA GOOD idea.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:30 No.17690808

    Aw yeah, see, this guy knows his shit.
    >> Sonir !Fxs7dttdok 01/26/12(Thu)23:31 No.17690812

    Don't listen to me, this guy knows what do.

    >If Russia complains:
    "Tovarisch, I am letting them dock in my port, and you have not sent KGB agents to attempt to infiltrate it or bribe and extort its crew while they are on shore leave? You're losing your touch I think. "
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:32 No.17690840

    I do not know if the sailors should be allowed off of the boat. Seems like the US is trying to get some feelers into the nation.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:32 No.17690841
    >USS Kidd
    allow them into port to take on supplies and permission for shore leave within the city. Ask each ice-cream parlor/company within the city to offer a gallon of ice cream to the ship's captain as a sign of good will (and advertising!) We'll cover the costs to each business.

    >Rebel forward base
    Encircle with ground forces and bombard it from the air and with mortars. Accept surrender if offered. If they don't, none are to escape.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:36 No.17690888
    Open negotiations with India, China, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Japan, and Indonesia about buying our oil. Offer a 10% discount from market rates.

    >Domestic factories.
    Start encouraging entrepreneurs to build furniture factories, meat processing plants, clothing factories, water and sanitation companies, real estate firms, lawyers and doctors, and also encourage commercial fishing.

    >Coast Guard
    Talk to Russia, India, Israel, and China about purchasing a cutter or a cruiser, and a few other ships to be used for our coast guard.

    >Military Needs.
    Establish state-run arms and munitions factories. Also look into replicating some of our armored vehicles.

    >BBC reporters.
    Give them a LARGE military entourage.

    >USS Kidd
    Let them dock, be friendly, but make sure we hurry them along. If asked why the rush, tell them we don't want to get involved in the Iranian Conflict.

    >Rebel forward base
    Shell it into oblivion. Congratulate the ZIA and ask them to double their efforts.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:37 No.17690894
    It seems like taking the rebel base would be the perfect opportunity to try and adapt new tactics instead of bombing them from the air and then sending in the infantry to mop them up. What happens if we engage in a larger, more disciplined, better military with a larger air force?

    Perhaps instead of going the western route, we develop our own way of engaging enemy forces that does not rely on a preponderance of power?

    The rebels could be a good field test for it. And besides, even if we mess up badly, they have very little support in the populace and without US support sounds like they are on their last legs.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:40 No.17690931
    I support this guy, except for the military.
    Go with >>17690894 for the military action.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:41 No.17690950
    You'll have to outline this new tactic you think will work.
    Because nations the world over have picked up and used this strategy of forward observer-destroy SAM's-air strike-infantry rush because it works, not because it's trendy.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:45 No.17691000
    I'm 100% for immediate action against the rebel base. Send in infantry with mortars, first shell the base, then do a recon with one of the lighter planes to check if the AA systems are down. If they're down, we launch an attack with planes taking out key positions while the infantry advances from all possible sides. If they're not down, just skip the planes and accept the fact that there'll be casualties.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:49 No.17691061

    also try and set up a mine field or two in predicted escape routs the rebels might take.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:51 No.17691088
    Heelllll no. We are not becoming one of those mine-infested African countries.

    Can I just ask what the world abroad's opinion of us is? We been in any news reports lately?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:51 No.17691089

    Here's the tactic that I think could work with minimal air support.

    We have small man teams surround the base, roughly 100 men in size, maybe more maybe less before engagement takes place (dependant on the size of the rebel base). 4 teams surround the base with supporting teams. One team attacks, and when they encounter resistance they pull back baiting the rebel forces into following them into the forest where supporting teams surround and destroy the forces. Another teams begin to engage once the rebel counter-attack gets encircled.

    The rebel command might get wise the second time it happens, but hopefully the confusion will mitigate any adequate response. If the rebel command gets wise, infantry mortars could be used to shell the compound with white phosphorous and the other teams begin to engage, using hit and run tactics whenever significant force is brought to bear against one team. Once this continually occurs, they could mass in their rear to expect a next attack, that's when one or two teams with a large amount of supporting teams attack from one direction.

    We use planes to asses the situation on the ground, further perfect this method of attack, and destroy any rebels that try to flee.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/26/12(Thu)23:51 No.17691104
    New post incoming soon.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:53 No.17691121
    Ahhh, that's an old Roman tactic. They used it to devestate the Gaulic forces.

    They would arrange their forces in a wedge formation, and as the enemy attacked the center they would retreat, slowly, until the forces were funneled into a 'V' shape, with enemies on both flanks. Then they'd just cut them down.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:53 No.17691123
    how are our logistics, are we organized enough to not fuck our selves over with misplace mortar fire and troops going in at the wrong time?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:57 No.17691166
    We'd be taking losses with each feint, and we don't know enemy dispositions or armament.
    If they have mortars of their own, your plan will get our forces killed in short order.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:58 No.17691181

    the old roman tactic maintains consistent engagement on the flanks. What I am advocating is surprise attacks on the flanks once force is brought to bear on an original attack, with forces retreating from engagement once rebel response becomes adequate and having other forces attack the flanks or rear.

    Pretty soon the enemy would get wise to this really quick and mass in the rear or flanks once attacked in the front, that's when you hammer their front with everything you have while holding in their rear.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/12(Thu)23:58 No.17691182
    The reb scum will pull out of their base if they see us coming, probably. Sortie infantry along their most likely line of retreat and move our armor assets in to shell the base with mortars. Careful with air assets, we don't wanna lose our expensive Soviet jets to cheap Soviet missiles.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:02 No.17691233

    The consistent feints would confuse their firing solutions when attacked. Like I said, the feints retreat when they engage resistance adequate enough to check them or they feel it is getting to heavy.

    Granted, there will be soldiers lost. I know this, it'll suck. The experience of fighting this way will translate well for our forces, and will not rely on an air force to do the heavy lifting in engagements.

    An opening salvo of white phosphorous could do the trick in further confusing their mortar fire.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:04 No.17691256
    So, the opening salvo of white phosphorus is a great idea, could very well send the camp into disarray. Now, what if this forward base is rather small and our forces meet little resistance amongst all the confusion? Just have them clean them up and try again later at a larger base?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:07 No.17691294

    Sure. If the tactic works really well, the troops get experience fighting this way and we get combat veterans.

    Then we could do the same thing at the main base.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:08 No.17691299
    This might work on a bunch of rabble, but we don't know how disciplined this rebel group is.
    They've had a year to train and probably set up pre-determined firing solutions for the areas surrounding their bases.

    For a few months, any forces we sent into the jungles disappeared, without a single survivor coming back.
    I think these rebels are disciplined and organized enough that your tactic will be ineffective.
    >> JANUARY 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)00:09 No.17691308
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    -Rebels have attacked again in force near Tropicstan, this time with technicals. They have dug into a part of the city. Intense fighting is underway.

    -A man claiming to be Super Man has arrived in Port Liberty. He has the costume and matches the identity to "Super Man" - and has been running around the city fighting criminals... also he is black.

    -USS Kidd has docked and is taking on supplies, the Ice Cream sales plan is working out, with the 1 gallon offers to the captain. KGB guy has a small military welcoming for the sailors.

    -Russia would like to offer you a proposition, but it means flying to Moscow for extremely private talks. During this trip you will be disconnected from your nation, but they insist on this meeting.

    -Japan would like to build a factory locally for assembling small machine parts for use in their larger machine builds back home. They would employ our locals. We have no laws regarding outsourced work coming to our country...what do you think?

    -BBC Reporters are welcoming the escort, and, at this time, safely in contact on a regular basis.

    -Liberia has invaded the Ivory Coast to restore order and put a favorable person in power there.

    -Oil sales have gone up immediately. We can barely supply the demand!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:13 No.17691361

    That may be true. I just wanted to develop a tactic that would work when we did not have a preponderance of power. For example, if we had to fight a nation that had US backing, with US planes, or even French or British support. We would be fucked, no question if we attacked this way and rely on air support to do the heavy lifting.

    I had hoped that with this tactic, we use our jungle environment to our advantage. I want us to be like the VietCong, except better.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:14 No.17691372

    and I wanted to use the rebels as a field test.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:15 No.17691377
    Stomp out the rebels in Tropicstan, then destroy that forward base.
    This is unacceptable.

    Have the police find him and detain him. Have it explained slowly and carefully to him that the rule of law is what protects Zanzi, not a vigilante.

    Welcome foreign investment.

    No comment at this time.

    Beg off one month so that we can get this rebel problem settled before it gets worse.
    However, if we can't get the time, let's hear their proposal.
    Generals are to have this rebel problem well in hand by the time we get back.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:15 No.17691388
    I dont even...
    I like where this is going.
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    Continue to report on the devastation caused by the rebel attacks.

    Praise his efforts to bring order to our country.

    Accept the invitation

    >Japanese Factory
    Bring it up to Russia during the meeting, Japan is generally aligned with NATO and America, so we might be treading on our relations with Russia.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:16 No.17691403
    Honor Super Man as a national hero.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:16 No.17691407
    I think it's a success, step up production of oil if we can.

    >BBC reporters
    Again, seems a success so far. Make sure contact is maintained.

    >Ivory Coast
    I say we also invade the Ivory Coast. I want a chunk of their lands, not a puppet in the seat of power. Just send in 5000 troops, and most of our tanks.

    Send 2000 troops and 40 BPM-2s in to settle the violence. Instruct them to do their best to take captives.

    Commit the remainder of our troops and BPMs and Technicals and airforce and scouts to eliminating the rebels in the forest.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:17 No.17691408

    Accept the agreement with Japan, we could always use more stimulus.

    Leave for Moscow for a short time, leaving one of our most capable leaders in charge.

    Do not support support vigilantism. From Krypton or elsewhere.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:19 No.17691427
    superman: request a meeting. [make sure he does not try anything fishy] this could be good PR

    take those rebels out of the city! if they are using technicals then they have reliable supply lines to get them in and out of the jungle, find them and trap them.

    Japan: sounds nifty

    Russia, try and postpone the meetings till the rebels are squashed.

    free action: invite the sailors to play our national team in a game of soccer.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:22 No.17691462





    >> Taffer 01/27/12(Fri)00:22 No.17691468
    >Rebels at Tropicstan
    We need to flush them out. Get our pathfinders to search for any rebel supply camps around the city and get our army to lay waste to those camps. We can then go into urban fighting knowing that those scum are surrounded.

    >Russian proposion
    Decline it. Say that due to current situation with the rebels and Liberian invasion, it would be best if President for life Xavier stays.

    >Japan Machinery.
    Yes. Its a win win.

    >Liberian invasion.
    Talk to the African Union and the UN. This crazy shit can only be done if they have American backing. Condemn their action as destabilizing in an already unstable political environment.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:23 No.17691477
    I wish to support this military action, this is a good opportunity to seize land and future resources. We didn't get all this military hardware for nothing.
    However, we are dealing with a rebel problem at the moment, but sending in 1000, or even the proposed 2000, may overwhelm them enough, at least to push them back.
    Regardless, we need our military to step it up. We have resources, and it will solidify our position as a country not to be pushed around.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:28 No.17691525
    before we go in giuns blazing we need to make surte not to start a war with the liberians, find a way to agree on a peace treaty of sorts or even work together to control the situation, we could even bribe up one of the factions in the IC to help us later on depending on how we treat this.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:29 No.17691541
    I disagree with invading Ivory Coast at this time.
    We need to stamp out not just the rebels in Tropicstan, but also their forward base and their main base.

    That they have technicals means that they are much better equipped than earlier thought, and that we can't afford to split our army as we deal with this.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:29 No.17691543

    Irrelevant. The rebels are an internal problem. They are fighting in another state, the Ivory Coast.
    >> Sonir !FAIwcQVJw2 01/27/12(Fri)00:31 No.17691570

    Agree to go to Russia if they give us a few BM-21's to "Deal*" with the rebels.


    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)00:31 No.17691571
    A- Meet him.
    B- Condemn him.
    C- Dismiss this as lunacy.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:32 No.17691593
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:32 No.17691598
    We are a nation of laws! No man is above the law*!

    *Of course, we're the one writing the laws, but that's besides the point.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:33 No.17691615
    A. Perhaps we can convince him to join the police training program, and do things the right way.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:34 No.17691617

    Assign an actor to play Lex Luthor. Have him and "superman" battle it out in the street in a mock battle with police nearby to stop anything bad from happening


    Yes, come here Jap bros.


    Crush them like the scum they are.


    Go to the meeting, listen in on the deals. Have someone in charge we can trust to take care of things back home. Make sure there are plans to deal with the rebels before you leave that are really good.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:34 No.17691620

    B. He is a vigilante. We, as democratically elected leader for life (Snicker, snicker) respect the rule of law.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:34 No.17691631

    waht? i was talking about the invasion of the IC in that post.
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    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:35 No.17691640

    Give him a chance to become a police officer.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:35 No.17691642
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:36 No.17691648
    option A
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:36 No.17691654
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. THIS HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE AWESOME, besides, if he isn't dead yet, that means he has some talent, maybe he can join the army or police.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!J5+vjygjQuK 01/27/12(Fri)00:37 No.17691660

    Which one makes Super Man a national hero? Cause I pick that one. I guess A.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:37 No.17691665
    True. This situation is getting out hand quickly, and they are clearly well equipped. I say we invest our new and improved army. Increase as many soldiers as we can spare (while still guarding the ivory coast border, and other important assets) Dedicate more air support, attack and press hard on multiple fronts (tropicgrad, supply lines/dumps, forward bases of operation), weed out these rebels, and constantly harass them around the clock.
    We cant progress as long as the rebel problem remains, and it is taking our attention away from other matters of importance.
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)00:40 No.17691713
    Dismiss as lunacy.
    Dont arrest him yet, until he is actually caught committing a crime

    Toss our mortars, air force, and a batallion of infantry at rebels in Tropicgrad,
    I like the roman tactic for use upon the main 2 insurgent camps, we should deploy our Elite Force, plus four to five battalions against these. Remaining bases should be bombarded and swept up by infantry. Taking prisoners is critical! We need answers!

    Fly to moscow after rebels seem to be in hand
    >> FEB. 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)00:42 No.17691727
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    FEB. 2015 - STATE REPORT

    -Russia has agreed to send 10 BM-21s to you, and will wait until a more convenient time...but they insist as soon as possible. BM-21s are available this turn. As Russia Air-force has a direct tie here and receiving is less than a month's time.

    -AU says that Liberia is doing Ivory Coast a favor by trying to calm the fighting through the same thing the UN was doing. Ivory Coast re-assures the AU too, that they are simply acting where the UN has failed to do so.

    -USN ship has left port, no reports of suspicious activity.

    -Tropicgrad fighting has ended as soon as our troops arrived. Remaining forces are on the forest edge awaiting combat orders. Air is on stand-by. Russia has delivered some napalm to be used with our SU-25s if we wish.

    -BBC team has returned safely, but will be planning another mission into the jungle as soon as it is safe to do so... they recommend not burning the jungle down if it can be helped. This monkey is rare. Very.

    -Japan will be setting up soon.

    -Superman has evaded our attempts to capture him.
    >> Taffer 01/27/12(Fri)00:42 No.17691728
    B. My citizens, you may have well heard of this 'Superman' roaming the streets. I am here to tell you that this man is just a poor mental patient, crazy with fantasy. When you see him please call the police and they will return him to the metal hospital that he escaped from
    >> FEB. 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)00:43 No.17691739
    In regards to superman, Capture goes either way. To talk nicely, or arrest.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:44 No.17691752
    What's the public perception of Superman?
    >> Sonir !FAIwcQVJw2 01/27/12(Fri)00:45 No.17691760
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    >-Russia has agreed to send 10 BM-21s to you.


    Fire a full barrage of at the Rebel base, load the Napalm ordnance and then ask one more time if they wish to surrender.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:46 No.17691769
    Launch the attacks. Use all forces not currently engaged in security or border patrols.
    I want this rebel problem erased. Permanently.
    Use napalm only on confirmed targets; I don't want to burn down a jungle that could be used as a tourist attraction later.

    >Ivory Coast
    If IC requested Liberian intervention, nothing we can do.

    What do the people think of Superman? And continue to attempt to contain him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:47 No.17691781
    I'd prefer we not use napalm. The forest could be used as tourism, or as a defensive measure at a later date...
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:47 No.17691785
    Make sure that when they surrender we cluster them together and bombard them with napalm and white phosphorus munitions.

    No more rebel problem. Ever again.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:49 No.17691792
    We're not committing war crimes.
    At least, not that openly.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:52 No.17691817
    Kill the rebels

    All of them.

    Superman is cool.

    Try your hardest not to harm the jungle, that monkey may make us famous and important to the scientific comunity.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)00:59 No.17691872
    Will do one more post before bed, soon(tm).
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)00:59 No.17691875
    talk to super man, maybe even make a TV news special out of him

    Fuck those rebels, keep a reserve to handle any tricks.

    keep a close eye on the invasion of IC
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:02 No.17691902
    THANKS MAN you are a credit to TG
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:10 No.17691987
    Whatever we do, rebels can't survive past this point.

    But the jungle must.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:14 No.17692030
    Hey, how would we port this to tabletop?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:15 No.17692042
    Once it's dealt with, get over to Moscow.
    I would have said have Superman rule in your absence, but eh.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:17 No.17692065
    We've been saying to wipe out the rebels for 2, maybe 3 updates now. Don't screw us out of this, OP.
    >> MARCH 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)01:24 No.17692126
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    -IC did not request... Liberians just wanted to end the fighting. Apparently. However the AU approves for now.

    -The Rebels have been hit hard, a massive mortar, rocket, and eventually, napalm attack wiped out their forward base... no further evidence of rebel presence is to be found.

    -A local gang boss appeared in jail today. Beaten up and delivered in ropes. A black S drawn on his forehead with a marker... local populace praise this new vigilante. Police call him a nut case, as no heroes exist in reality... just a vigilante on the roam with an imagination.

    -BBC will be going back into the jungles now that it is, as they see it, safe... escorts have been sent with them, assuming that those orders stood still.

    -PMC has engaged more rebels further north, trying to flee the country it sees.

    -Remains of the rebels show modern gear amongst them, US and European built weapons. This is nothing solid, but, it is what it is. Primary weapons available to the populace before our Israeli imports were African built soviet-era weapons like the AK-47 reproductions.

    -No other events are on-going at this time.

    -Russia still insists on a meeting...

    --POSSIBLE last post..I may not post again until tomorrow. I might check in after showering though and do minor question answers.--
    >> MARCH 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)01:25 No.17692134
    I was aware, however, tactics were being discussed and I was waiting for enough general consensus to be made.

    It was important.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:25 No.17692137
    I'm thinking we should look into experimenting with Permaculture. We get some cred abroad with hippies, and if it works out, FOOD, ENTIRE FORESTS OF FOOD.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:27 No.17692158
    Seeing as how the rebels have been suppressed for the time being, it should be safe to go to that meeting in Russia. However, before we leave, task the ZIA with trying to track down where those rebel weapons came from. There's got to be SOME trail that we can follow.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:28 No.17692163

    Damn, if I knew that you would have updated when the tactics were being discussed I never would have advocated the VietCong style attacks until after the situation warranted it.

    And let's meet the Russians already. Delegate to a trusted individual.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:32 No.17692204
    Military to continue to harass and run down the rebels as they attempt to escape. Use our technicals and superior maneuverability to cut them off from escape.
    Use of Hind and Frogfoots, as well as MiG-21's in attacker configuration, authorized.

    Meet with them now. Apologize for the lateness, but the situation needed to be resolved before we could leave.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:33 No.17692205
    We need to solve this rebel problem once and for all.

    Scout the whole junge if we can, by plane and foot.

    Alert whatever country is to the north of us of the rebels, ask for permission to exterminate them.

    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:33 No.17692208
    >Ivory Coast
    stay out of it. the Liberians can handle it. and invading to take the land will just make us look bad in the eyes of the AU, and just about everyone that has more morals than a Russian.

    send the Army and the Air Force to assist the PMC's in wiping out the retreating rebels. but with stiff orders to not cross the border.

    keep the orders for now. we only took out the rebel base, some could still be hiding amongst the jungle.

    get KGB-guy on them to investigate their original. serial numbers etc.

    send over Xavier President For Life pronto. the rebel situation has been quelled and we want to keep up good relations with the Russians. plus this proposition could be profitable.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:40 No.17692303
    go to russia, be careful not to get assassinated.

    make sure our trusted generals stay true to us,

    track those guns.

    commend the Army and the PMC
    >> BM15 01/27/12(Fri)01:51 No.17692405

    I very much enjoyed reading this quest. Well done OP, very well done. Good work to you as well TG.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:52 No.17692419
    Anyone have any opinions on starting up another one of these? Have it at times when this one isn't running to avoid conflict.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)01:55 No.17692446
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    There can never be enough dictators.
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)02:05 No.17692529
    Just had a thought, We should start recruiting heavily from the tribal population, and really build up our Pathfinder Corps, all the while setting up a deep jungle guard post network, small camps of maybe 10 to 15 men. They would be outfitted with ATVs to get around the jungle. 5 man payrolls would be organized to work in shifts, and every post would be responsible for a few square miles of jungle. I think these would be relatively easy to set up and maintain, and would help root out remaining insurgents, guard our boarders, and ensure the Rebels dont come back in force
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:06 No.17692543
    Sounds like a good plan.
    We can begin implementation once we return from Russia.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:14 No.17692599
    I agree with this.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:16 No.17692621
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    Liberia invading the Ivory Coast ...
    I suggest we stay clear of the impending clusterfuck of transvestite cannibal child soldiers.

    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:21 No.17692662
    rolled 7, 1 = 8

    Ignore this.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:24 No.17692685
    I second this. A major exploration of same will give us some credit on the world stage as scientific explorers.

    Also, do we have uranium? If so, I suggest we make a pebble bed reactor. It's counter-productive to making weapons-grade uranium, and much safer than the usual.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:25 No.17692699
    >/tg/ reading Vice

    I am proud, son.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)02:25 No.17692701
    We have a thorium reactor, and discounts on future thorium reactor purchases.

    Read the past threads before suggesting something.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/27/12(Fri)03:01 No.17692939
    And let's run it somewhere NOT Africa, in case the two dictatorships butt heads.
    And the two of them really should be able to interact to a degree.
    >> Dintin 01/27/12(Fri)03:14 No.17693016
    I'll start a thread tomorrow, but that's a good idea.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)07:48 No.17694500
    How should we respond to the Superman problem?
    He sets a bad example, and the longer he stays on the loose, the worse he makes our police force look.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)08:24 No.17694719
    This could be a PR disaster. I suggest inviting him for afternoon tea at the presidential palace (can you imagine the photos of President for Life shaking hands with Superman?) and explaining in person how that no man, not even superman, is above the law (not to mention the dangerous example he's setting to young children - we don;t want them trying to fight dangerous criminals!). If he wants to enforce it, he should become a police officer.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)08:48 No.17694800

    God no, we can't invite him to the palace. If anything, we have the police talk to him. It'd turn into a circus if we legitimize him like that. Just make sure the police know not to harm him if they see him, to take him in peacefully, inform him that there are no charges against him, THEN explain the "no one's above the law, bad example, etc." stuff to him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)08:50 No.17694803
    Perhaps. But all attempts to speak directly with Superman (asking nicely and trying to arrest him) have all failed. We could announce that we are inviting him to the Presidential Residence to talk, but that also legitimizes him in the eyes of the public. Also there's no guarantee that he'll listen and come in to talk. He's not a real Superman after all.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)10:15 No.17695184
    @ Work...will be doing new post asap.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)10:24 No.17695237
    Awesome news - I hope you're feeling better!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)10:44 No.17695337
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    >Problematic Neighbor

    So, this is my attempt to have angry neighbor... Any chance we can insert a badguy to this scenario? An anglo white settler revolution in a neighbor?
    >> APRIL 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)11:02 No.17695432
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    Before your flight out...

    You have: Ordered the continued hunt of the rebels. The Super Man problem can wait... you've left the government in the hands of your trusted government officials.

    KGB Guy informs you that the weapons originated from the US, and that these rebels may be CIA funded.

    In Russia... you find yourself a part of a large meeting between Russia, its allies, and friendly nations such as yourself. The topic... the United States. The Russian Government believes that the US and EU have cut their own oil supply off in the effort of attacking Iran. In defense of Iran however, Russia is planning to move in full force, hoping the United States will back off. They plan to announce this today, and do it civil, legal, and direct. With no intention to fight, simply scare off US forces with their presence.

    All allies and friendly nations have been asked to be prepared for the worse case scenario, and Russia would prefer everyone's continued support of their government in these hard times.

    After meeting, you are pulled aside... the Russians still want a base in your nation, they would be willing to pay you a VERY large sum of money to set up in the mountains, north of your gold, that open jungle valley between the mountains. They could help you fully modernize if you were to do this, and you wouldn't need to become an open Russian Ally - until you were prepared for such a statement.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:07 No.17695470
    >Russia is planning to move in full force
    >They plan to announce this today
    Wow this is extreme.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:11 No.17695493
    >CIA Funded Rebels
    As we expected. Mention this to our Russian allies during the meeting, and how the West seems to seek to destabilise our fledgling nation

    >Russian Statement
    Agree that something must be done, and if this is what they choose so be it. Support them publicly and denounce the American actions as hastey and infringing on international law.

    >Russian Base
    Politely but firmly decline. If the situation takes a turn for the worse we don;t want to become the target of an American "liberation" or worse, nuclear exchange. Re-state however, that we will publicly support them in their defense of Iran, even going so far as to supply them with men and armoured units if necessary.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:12 No.17695497
    >civil, legal,
    A military invasion that would be civil and legal? That would be a first in history.

    What the hell are you smoking?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:14 No.17695516
    Just to pre-empt: if we spot another aircraft suspected of supplying the rebels, can we scramble fighters to intercept. Demand that they be escorted to the fighter base and if they do not complie we will have no choice but to open fire.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:15 No.17695524
    >A military invasion that would be civil and legal?
    Its not an invasion, its a show of force for the defence of Iran. Learn to read.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:16 No.17695530
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    Open a secret dialogue with the CIA, through a business man from my home country with the American Foreign Area Army officer of a nearby country. "Russia wants to help me with this, but they're scientific expertise is limited... they want to build a base in my country. I am very interested in the offer. The only thing that would dissuade me is 500 million dollars in pharmaceuticals for my people, a permanent USAID office with 200 million dollars of projects annually, and a permanent mission from the US dept of agriculture to reclaim 100 miles of desert into useful land. I will allow a US Special Operations team in my country to hunt down Al-Qaeda elements in my neighbors. As well as technical expertise to improve and expand my electrical powergrid to reach almost all of my communities, reliably."
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:16 No.17695531

    Civil meaning they are not invading Iran, they are just showing up in force, ready to fight if need be.

    Legal meaning they publicly declare war.

    These actions have been done in the past, its an intimidation move. Like the US Blockade of Cuba during the missile crisis.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:17 No.17695545
    >Admit we're allowing a Russian base to be built
    >Try to blackmail the US into giving us silly amounts of money

    I see absolutely noting wrong with this.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:24 No.17695583
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    "hello, my name is Gamal Abdul Nasser, have we met?"
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:28 No.17695600
    >Russian Base

    We already allow a Russian airbase in our country.
    We've already painted a big huge target on ourselves.

    We will construct a Zanzi Army base in that location. It will be a Zanzi base.
    Russia will be allowed to move forces through it, and station forces there.
    The base remains a Zanzi Army base, and allows for the Russians to appear and disappear from it as needed, giving them more flexibility and us more plausible deniability.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)11:30 No.17695612
    Russia has built YOU an airbase, to which they simply asked to use very lightly. No different to Turkey letting US fly out of their airfields occasionally.
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    >mfw Gamal Abdul Nasser references
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:38 No.17695651
    Then would a similar arrangement concerning the requested base be acceptable to Russia?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:39 No.17695656
    I second this counter-offer, PROVIDING they mean a millitary base, and not some sort of clandestine research lab.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:39 No.17695658
    >simply asked to use very lightly.
    I thought they also wanted to station a squadron there.
    Or was that only while the military airbase was under construction and they were concerned with security?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:41 No.17695665
    Thats "light" in russian terms!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:42 No.17695672
    > Russian base

    Inform them of security concerns involving the Rebels, possibly CIA backed.

    Why not build a "dummy" base that LOOKS like a secret base, but it doesn't really have anything important. They can then use the base as a point in negotiations, saying they're willing to abandon the 'strategic location' as part of 'concessions' for peace?
    >> Reichreichskanzler 01/27/12(Fri)11:46 No.17695684
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    "I made a phone call, and shut down two empires in a day. I think I can haggle a bit with the US."

    Contact the US... see what they have to offer.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)11:49 No.17695700
    We can off these two as our counter-offers, with the dummy base being given up as a concession, then we build the real base after the situation has stabilized.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:08 No.17695846
    I say yes to the research base.
    >> APRIL 2015 - CONTINUED Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)12:17 No.17695926
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    -Russia agrees to allow you to have your own base and them have access. They are thinking of hardened facilities within the mountains, including an underground airfield. This would be a lovely place to put our government in the event of an over-run. Opinion, dear leader?

    -Ex-KGB Guy's buddy shows up! He asks how his old friend is doing in your country, and wants to know if he could help in anyway. He is actually currently IN the KGB right now, unlike your man.

    -United Aircraft Corporation, producer of Russian Aircraft, would like to know if you would be interested in building parts for them. You would get a manufacturers license to produce older MiG and Sukhoi products, at your own expense. (I thought this was un-russian, until I found an article saying they have started outsourcing their production of arms, and importing NATO/other nation's arms... feels weird man.)
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:23 No.17695976


    say you'll stop dealing with the Russians for absurd amounts of cha-ching.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:25 No.17696001
    -Yeah, that is a good idea.

    -Treat him to dinner, tell him everything's fine.. .ask him if he's be interested in helping us train our own spy/special forces network

    -Sure. Doing so can increase our job base, as well as our aeronautical knowledge. And improve relations with GLORIOUS RUSSIA to boot.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:28 No.17696014
    >Russian/Zanzi Base
    This is an acceptable arrangement.
    Legally, the base will be Zanzi, and the base commandant will be a Zanzi Army officer. But the Russians will have full access to the base, and be able to use it much as they need to. All we ask it try not lead an American strike force back to base, and to wipe their boots before entering.

    >Ex-KGB Guy's Buddy
    Ex-KGB Guy is doing very well. Maybe some kind of intel-sharing between the ZIA and the KGB, specifically concerning terrorist groups.

    >United Aircraft Corporation
    This seems like a good deal for us, especially since we use Russian aircraft.
    See if we can get licenses for MiG-21, MiG-29, SU-25, Hind and Mil MI-2 spare parts.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:33 No.17696063
    >Hardened facillities
    I'm tempted, but I'm worried this will make us a priority target for the US in the event of things going to shit. Even more so that we are now (what with the CIA-funded rebels). Perhaps we should ask Russia for assurances that....I dunno. THere's not much you can do in defense of a nuclear strike or spec-ops raid. Thoughts gents?

    >KGB man
    Yeah, by all means, come to the palace for a tour! Have some delicious icecream! I'm sure his friend can reassure him of how lovely it is here. Extra training for our own ZIA might be nice, if he can possible help. Perhaps even a foreign intelligence agencey (akin to the CIA or MI6 as opposed to the FBI or MI5). It'd be nice to get our feelers out into our neighbouring countries to see what they're up to. Even the US or Europe perhaps. (Also, nit-picking as fuck, but its the FSB now, not KGB.)

    >Outsouring MIG production
    A thousand times yes! Strengthening ties, the possiblity of manufacturing our own parts, a boom to the jobs industry, technical experience for our engineers, and strengthening ties with Russia. What more could we want?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:33 No.17696065
    Mi-X are not UAC, they're Mil Helicopters.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:36 No.17696089
    That should not stop us from attempting to get the licenses.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:37 No.17696095
    Do we really want to sell out our allies that easily? Not to mention we have personal connections with their government and intelligence services, as well as business connections with munitions producers, they've helped set up our armed forces and intelligence services, as well as our infrastructure - we don't want to gain a reputation for being loyal only to money.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:42 No.17696141
    Guys, look at what is going on...we have Russian air here, they want another shared base here, russian oil rigs, and now russian air manufacturing... we're gonna end up Warsaw Pact 2.0. Do we really want this? Is it good for us?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:52 No.17696217
    It's either Warsaw Pact, Chinese Hegemony, or Indian Un-Aligned.

    We can attempt to increase our ties to India, and considering that they're providing our thorium reactors, is probably a good idea.

    But as it is, Russian equipment simply fills the requirements of ruggedness, effectiveness, and cost better than most other alternatives open to us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:52 No.17696220
    Will that be so bad? America is already trying to undermine us. Might as well have some backup.

    Actually, thinking about it...

    How about we request a small millitary base on Russian soil? To cement our alliance, train our troops in superior tactics and (perhaps most importantly) get them educated in foregin culture and language.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)12:54 No.17696229
    New post soon. Busy with work atm.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)12:54 No.17696236
    A military base would be too expensive, and doesn't make much sense for us, as we don't need force projection capabilities.

    An Officer Exchange Program, though might be in order.

    If we strengthen our connection with India, we could also get a program working there, too.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:00 No.17696285
    Yeah, that's more what I meant.

    In a smiliar vein, what about suggesting some international war games/joint training excersises? Probably not right now if Russia is preparing to mobolize in force, but its something to bear in mind
    >> MAY 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)13:20 No.17696433
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    -UAC has agreed to your agreement. Perhaps build the factory next to the airbase?

    -You have offered an officer exchange program in addition to owning this facility in the mountains. Russia will front the construction costs, allow you to keep control, and them have access to use it.

    -KGB guy will see what he can do to help your nation with international intelligence issues.

    -You've left Moscow Intl and arrived back home...

    -The Rebel main base was found! But abandoned...

    -Your Hind pilot scored his first kill, a rebel vehicle! Took him 5 minutes to kill it though...

    -Gold Mine! It seems the first gold mine is more extensive than you though... Advisers suggest making our own, secret, hardened facility deep in this gold mine. It would go un-noticed with the current mining going on and permit us to research more exotic things - or if Russia turns on us- a back up facility they do not know about. IT WILL cost us however...

    -India is offering to build a reactor for each major city at the discount cost. This is +2 reactors! The current reactor meets the needs of our capital city sufficiently.

    -Liberia is almost done quelling the Ivory Coast uprising. They have US backing it seems...

    -BBC reporters found their monkeys again and have acquired sufficient footage. They have left your country back to the UK.

    -TO BE CONTINUED- Damn text limit...
    >> Reichskanzler 01/27/12(Fri)13:20 No.17696437
    Send a Battalion to JMRC is Germany, and let them train with the Americans... and contact America... and see what they can offer. It might get them to slow down their fucking around in our country. Or send some candidates to the US Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course at Ft. Benning.
    >> MAY 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)13:23 No.17696450
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    -Russia Today has sent word they would like to do an on-ground report of your oil industry. So that the general population can see how important you are to Russia and her allies...and of course the world.

    -US has requested, politely, that you do not have any more financial dealings with Iran.

    -WORLD NEWS! The Iranian war has come to a stop, with the Iranian coastal region under NATO control, a DMZ has been formed between NATO and Iran. Russia's arrival provoked a cease-fire from NATO. Iran is trying to negociate NATO forces to leave it's land. Arabia is claiming this land is really theirs, and should be split amongst Kuwait, Bahrain, and Arabia.

    -Russia has flown in experts to set up building that base. It could take up to a year to get the basics going. They are going to rapidly construct the exterior facility with pre-fabs. Mountain facilities may take some time...

    -WORLD NEWS! Breakthrough in nanites! A German company called NeoTekz has made a self-healing nanite armor prototype. Not ready for full use yet, but well underway.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:28 No.17696485
    Woah woah woah, tell the US they have some faulty info. We never even TALKED to Iran.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:33 No.17696525
    >Rebel Main Base
    Investigate it, see what they were doing, what they had, and where they went.

    >Hind pilot
    Congratulate him.

    >Gold Mine Hidden Base
    Do it. Fall back positions are good.

    Send a negotiation team. Increasing our power production will be needed.

    Keep an eye on the situation.

    >Russia Today
    Welcome them in, give them what access they need.

    We have no intentions of doing further financial dealings with Iran at this time.

    Watch with interest. Express interest to the company concerning their armor, and cost, and what this could do for industry.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:33 No.17696529
    >KGB guy will see what he can do to help your nation with international intelligence issues.
    Thank him, and remind him that he is always welcome to holiday in our country. Perhaps gift him some ice-cream.

    >The Rebel main base was found! But abandoned...
    Oh shit. Find out what happened to them, and search the base for any intel. Beware of boobytraps.

    >Your Hind pilot scored his first kill, a rebel vehicle! Took him 5 minutes to kill it though...
    Congratulations soldier!

    >Gold Mine!
    This is certainly an interesting prospect. If funds allow it, I would proceed with this project. If not, simply excavate the gold and keep the option open for later. If we do build this, I wouldn't try to hide it from our Russian allies.

    >India is offering to build a reactor for each major city at the discount cost. This is +2 reactors! The current reactor meets the needs of our capital city sufficiently.
    Again, certainly, if we can fund it (and if there is sufficient need). It might allow us to dismantle the more inefficent powerstations, freeing up maintainence costs.

    >Liberia is almost done quelling the Ivory Coast uprising. They have US backing it seems...
    As we suspected. This gives the US a dangerously close ally now.

    >BBC reporters found their monkeys again and have acquired sufficient footage. They have left your country back to the UK.
    More ice cream gifts!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:34 No.17696542
    Sounds good to me.
    >Officer Exchange
    Also sounds good.
    >KGB guy
    I'm personally wary of allowing someone who's in the KGB to have such influence over our country. The ZIA works perfectly fine, honestly.
    >Rebel Base
    search the shit out of it.
    >Hind Pilot
    Give him a medal
    >Gold Mine Facility
    I like it, we need our own research facility without any external influences, and this is just the thing.
    Accept, we need to get electricity to every city
    >Ivory Coast
    Open talks about the future of the Ivory Coast with Liberia.
    >Russia Today
    Of course, we'll cease dealing directly with Iran for the time being.
    >Iran Ceasefire
    Publicly thank all parties involved for avoiding a destructive war.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:37 No.17696557
    >Gold Mine
    Build an extensive underground research facility. Try and steal away some really fantastic scientist in the field of Microbiology and Biology from around the world. Offer them the best of the best, money, equipment, everything. Let's cure AIDS.

    Definitely take them up on the offer! I think we should also start setting up roads to some of the outlying villages around our capital. Actually no, not roads. Let's do railroads. I doubt many people have cars.

    >Rebel Base
    Re purpose the Rebel's base into a military encampment. A sort of forward HQ in the jungle.

    Let's send in a few spies to see if there are any human rights violations going on in Cote D'Ivoire.

    >BBC Reporters.
    Give them our best wishes. Also, send some kind of gift to the Queen of England, thanking her country for their support in these early days of our existence. Maybe a statue, or some kind of jewelry.

    >Russian Base
    Send in a group of our engineers to learn from the Russians. A large group.

    >Free Action
    Sink more money into education. Set up a school in every village, and establish a University of Zanzi in the Capital.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:37 No.17696559
    >Russia Today
    Express interest, and give them a tour. Obviously, without showing them anything too sensitive. Perhaps an interview with some members of the government, or Xavier though, if they wish?

    >US has requested, politely, that you do not have any more financial dealings with Iran.
    Send a polite, if brief, reply stating that we have no intention of dealing with Iran at this time.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:39 No.17696575
    I like this. Except for Iran, go with >>17696559. Maybe add in that we haven't actually had any dealings with Iran.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:39 No.17696579
    >Build an extensive underground research facility. Try and steal away some really fantastic scientist in the field of Microbiology and Biology from around the world. Offer them the best of the best, money, equipment, everything. >Let's cure AIDS.

    Holy shit, this would be amazing. We'd be a shining beacon of hope for everywhere and we would make some SERIOUS cash.
    Lets not get ahead of ourselves though - no one else has come close and they're much more technologically and scientifically advance. We're still in danger of famine with a badly placed drought.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:43 No.17696608
    Important question: Are we a member of the UN yet? Do we want to be?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:43 No.17696619
    Not only would curing AIDS make us a shining beacon of hope, it would make us important. Nobody would forget about us. We could invade Ghana and all the reporters would do is focus on how we're lining up citizens to be cured of their affliction. We could do whatever we want with Africa.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:44 No.17696623
    We aren't a member, but we should definitely apply. We're only in the AU right now.
    >> Sonir !FAIwcQVJw2 01/27/12(Fri)13:47 No.17696647
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    We need to get on this.

    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:50 No.17696656
    nanotech might be the option for the AIDS situation. offering to test the nano products in hostile terrain for the germans we could get the contacts to mayhap do a perversion of the nanotech and have nano acting not as regenerative armour but immune system.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:51 No.17696668
    so well have to do either this, or do the secret base mk.II

    could we do both? i am still fuzzy about the rules...
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:51 No.17696669
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)13:55 No.17696697
    This is great, except we would need to make sure the nanites are flushed out in either urine or feces. Otherwise tasers would become lethal.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:05 No.17696785
    >Russia today

    >US request
    Have we even had any financial dealings with them? If so, how Important are they?

    Offer whatever assistance we can.

    War has changed.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:07 No.17696799

    No they wouldn't. depending on configuration and if they are polymer based and not susceptible to electric surges tazers wont kill a nano immune system.

    even if they do, you get another treatment.

    Even if they do, such a treatment would d be far better then death and a life of isolation prior to it.
    if the nanos get flushed with the urine, then you are wasting money down the fucking drain since without the nano you get no immune system . the nanos are your new immune system MkII !

    Like the Nietcheans in Andromeda had.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:07 No.17696804
    We bought a small squadron of MiG-29's and SU-25's from Iran, and bought up all of their spare components.
    You think that would have gone unnoticed with all of the scrutiny Iran was under?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:08 No.17696814
    Awww shit, I forgot entirely.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:10 No.17696828
    >Have we even had any financial dealings with them? If so, how Important are they?
    We bought a number of planes from them.
    It was a big deal for us at the time.
    It was just in the last thread, and the discussion on whether we should accept the deal or not took up a good chunk of the thread.

    It's like none of you have even read what we've done so far.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:12 No.17696845
    >mfw, each thread last like two days and two sessions.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:12 No.17696855
    In that case, could we have any dealings with Iran done completely through Russia from now on?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:14 No.17696865
    I don't want to get anymore involved with Russia or Iran. We need to focus on becoming self-sufficient and independent.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)14:14 No.17696869
    OP here, I'm going home early, massive head ache + really dont wanna work the next 40 minutes... see you guys soon.
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)14:17 No.17696888
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    Oh and this.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:18 No.17696893
    Dude, as much as I hate to say it, take the night off. Abandon the quest for an evening or two and just focus on getting better.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)14:20 No.17696909
    When you get time, can you mark the locations of the reactors and (remaining) rebel bases?
    >> Dintin !!Hyjm+lEmj8t 01/27/12(Fri)15:13 No.17697451
    While we wait for OP to return, I started a thread here: >>17697137
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)15:32 No.17697671
    While its quiet, mind if I ask a question? This thread has made me consider buying Tropico - which installment would you reccomend? I could ask /v/ but...well, they'd eat me alive...
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)15:34 No.17697691
    3 was okay. Not the best certainly.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)15:37 No.17697722
    Well which one was the best then...?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)15:49 No.17697860
    >Are we in the UN
    Yes, we are. We went over this in the first thread.
    We send a 500-man Peacekeeper detachment to the Ivory Coast in the first thread. Russia had asked for our support in the UN on their initiatives.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)15:52 No.17697883
    We sent support but that doesn't mean we're in the UN. We just helped them out. We didn't apply for membership or anything like that.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)15:52 No.17697884
    My bad, I just though we were offering the UN our support, not that we were an enrolled nation
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)16:01 No.17697958
    Im fine, headache was water based. I went to Walmart to buy water (our tap here is crap, and filters aren't reliable... ) so I'm all good.

    Also ponies.... WHAT they had them ON SALE man... I'll give them to my little girl. When she's born some far year off.... so ronery... ANYWAYS.

    Posting new event set shortly.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:13 No.17698069
    OP, could you confirm our UN membership status so we can get this settled once and for all?
    >> Erazmuuz 01/27/12(Fri)16:20 No.17698116
    Why would the UN ask us for peacekeepers if we weren't part of it?
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)16:21 No.17698127
    We're part of the UN.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:37 No.17698266
    does anyone else find this KGB guy and the heavy influence by Russia a little suspicious? for all we know they bought up US/EU weapons and supplied them to the rebels. maybe the rebels were even hired by the Russians.

    the joint ventures with the Russians have been fantastic, but I'm starting to see us to be an armed puppet state aligned against the West. at the very least, we should focus more on the ZIA than KGB guy, and try to open up diplomatically with the West, maybe get some trade deals.

    Free Action - electric railways! like someone else said, probably not many people have cars, and we can put all of that electricity from our 3 Thorium reactors to use.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:39 No.17698283
    I hope you got a good life insurance.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:40 No.17698293
    I support this.

    Not that we have intellectual and technological base for this, but still...
    >> JUNE 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)16:41 No.17698304
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    -Nanotech & NeoTekz feeler sent out. NeoTekz does need an investor, and a safe test bed. Nanites could seriously fuck up the world if they were missappropriated... we do have the gold mine, but also, some other abandoned caverns and deep mines from the last administration. Setting up there...and as you, dear leader, have surmised, nanites could be profitable... NeoTek says they can build the appropriate facilities, but simply need investment and a location to do it.

    -Aid Cure, see above... that is our only current viable directive. That, or see what the Russians wished to build in the lab if we gave them free reign.

    -Spies in Liberia finds some minor issues with humanitarian conditions...but more concerning is the presence of US Special Operations forces working with the Liberian troops.

    -RT has done their report, oil sales have increased as more have become aware of your exports.

    -Health news! Your doctors and medical professionals have trained enough medicine students that they can begin going out into your populace and help keep people healthy. Life expectancy in your nation is now 50 years for the average male.

    -Crops - A drought in the north has hit... and water supplies are becoming tight for your northern farmers. Also increased chance of wild fires.

    -Superman! Superman has shown up again, this time cleaning graffiti off the walls a town over...

    -US Govt acknowledges your reluctance to support Iran and thanks you for your consideration.

    (Pic is real.)
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:42 No.17698320
    >We're part of the UN.

    >but that doesn't mean we're in the UN.
    Suck it!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:50 No.17698405
    Survey the abandoned caverns and deep mines. Provide NeoTekz with the survey results, have them choose the cavern that suits them. Invest in them and provide labor to construct labs as needed.

    >Russian labs
    No, this is going to be our project alone.

    >US SOCOM in Liberia
    Stay on guard, but as long as they stay on their side of the border we legally can't do anything.

    Continue investment, and see if we now have enough professionals to open a medical school

    Accelerate the irrigation system project, and look into the building of a desalination plant near Port Liberty and powered by the thorium reactor. This will provide us with water that we can ship up north.
    Also, solicite designs internationally for a windtrap system that will condense atmospheric moisture to be captured and used.

    Try to catch him again.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:53 No.17698427
    >-Superman! Superman has shown up again, this time cleaning graffiti off the walls a town over...

    Make him our new minister of defence
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:53 No.17698428

    We can use one of the older mine shafts as a research facility for nanites. In addition, ask company, Neotekz or whatever, if they would hire our newly educated health professionals. This would keep the technology partway indigenous, and give some high level jobs to our own people. In addition nanites + human body...African JC Denton, anyone?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:54 No.17698449
    I wouldn't say its suspicious in the slightest. Its obvious Russia wants us as a puppet state against the West, true, but they're not simply gifting us intel assets, they're offering to help us train our own.

    I don;t understand why they'd fund the rebels that are acting against us - perhaps to encourage us to buy more armaments from them? We were doing that anyway though, so that seems a bit counter productive to me.

    Besides, we *need* the backing of a superpower. We don;t have the technlogy or resources yet to become truly self sufficient - starting oil refinaries by ourself would've taken years.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:55 No.17698458
    not a fan. guaranteed income is better.

    the First World has been working on this forever. we won't find the cure. waste of time and resources.

    >Ivory Coast
    keep an eye on the situation. try to determine what interest the US has in the IC.

    >Russia Today
    terrific. we should actively look for more media exposure. possibly we could set up a tourism industry? a safe, clean part of Africa. with rare monkeys!

    fantastic. keep training doctors, but don't overdue it.

    we live next to a fucking ocean. we should build a desalination facility, and pipes to the north to irrigate the farmers, and export to the Saharan nations. exports exports exports.

    dear god. can we just ignore this guy?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:56 No.17698463
    Doctors and physicians are very different from nanotech researchers and micro-engineers.

    Besides, while they may be relatively well-educated for an African nation, our physicians are still just general practicioners and nowhere near the level of the German professionals that NeoTekz requires.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:56 No.17698469
    No to poaching a nearing folk hero status person .. perhaps give him a few tips now ant then. make funny shaped signs in the sky with light projectors (a'la batman NANANANANANANANA) or superman special radio transmissions. lets poke fun at it.

    As long as he does not do anything criminal , then we wont move against him, and even then with utmost care.
    Not that crazy.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:57 No.17698483

    Also, what's the current trend of US/Israeli ties. Strong as ever, or has there been some strife between the lovebirds? We might want to contact them and get some relations going. Maybe they can sell us more than just our TAR's
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)16:59 No.17698517
    We asked several months back. They refused.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:14 No.17698705
    This, except I think we should support superman in his non-vigilante community service instead of wasting more resources hunting him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:15 No.17698707
    >In addition nanites + human body...African JC Denton, anyone?

    >Catch Superman.
    >Give him actual superpowers.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:19 No.17698772
    >Secret Nanotech facility
    >Create Justice League of Zanzi
    >Cure AIDS
    >End war everywhere
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)17:20 No.17698803
    Giving it another 10-15 minutes before i make a post.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:27 No.17698879
    Tell NeoTek we plan to build a top of the line research facility and we would be willing to invest in them heavily if they were to come down and supervise the construction, and advise us on what equipment to get.

    >Spec Ops Liberia
    Politely question the US about the Spec Ops in the Ivory Coast. Explain that recently there was a unpopular rebel uprising that terrorized our country, and was only recently stamped out. Tell them they had US weapons and technology. Advise them to tighten security at the Ivory Coast's borders, on the grounds that the Liberian troops might be selling their weapons to terrorist elements.


    Really try to speed up the irrigation efforts, petition the UN for just a little bit of aid.

    Have a public meeting at our estate, tell the press we want to meet this superman and congratulate him on his successful efforts towards a better community.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:30 No.17698902
    Hey guys, I don't participate in this quest (yet) but I had an idea:

    As a developing african country, we have an unique position to develop it towards efficient path (or Green, if you will). There is no heavily developed infrastructure that will need massive overhaul to become more green oriented country like in developed countries. We can already start implementing such things as: vertical/city gardens, small windmill and solar panels, making roads friendly to bike-use, making efficient public transport, etc etc.
    Heck, we might not even need to pay for all this. We could petition every organization we can get to: UN, environmental orgs, technology developers who need testbeds, etc.
    We will need educate people of course (like how to properly maintain a garden in a city) but I bet those wester liberal bleeding hearts will FIGHT each other just to get the chance to help "poor african people"

    That way we could cut down costs on energy consumption drastically, have lesser impact on environment, happier population (who all have cheap electricity and fresh vegetables that they grow themselves)

    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)17:36 No.17698972

    Lets go for it, in return for investment we should get a few free orders of the finished product

    >Spies in Liberia
    Contact Moscow about US involvement. They probably already know, but we could use this opportunity to fish for information about the situation. Dose it seem more likely that they are going to install a puppet, or is Liberia going to annex IC? Also, Grand Master Flash, what kind of spy network to we have in Ghana and Burkina?

    >Water Shortage
    I second a scalene facility.

    Accept offer for one more reactor for Tropicgrad. I suggest we start looking into Wind turbines and Tidal generators.

    We keep getting some very sweet offers from Russia. The CIA possibly has us in their sites, and US millitary seems to be setting up Liberia for a proxy war with us. Its high time we sent some ambassadors to Washington to try to defuse the situation. We should also plan on strengthing ties with China encase we have to sever our ties with Russia in the future.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:36 No.17698976
    Sold! And seconded!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:38 No.17698990
    The aid might be a little bit of overkill. Good otherwise though.
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)17:39 No.17699005
    Also great job OP, this quest is awesome. Keep up the good work
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:39 No.17699007
    Seconded, particularly the ambassadors.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:41 No.17699026
    i think that is definatly somthing to look into and consider seriously. the thorium generators are a good start in this direction.
    personally, i dont think we should worry about that until we have a stronger infrastructure.

    >drought in the north
    this requires serious attention. Address the nation on them importance of strong infrastructure and begin work on an irrigation system.

    make half-hearted attempts to apprehend him. let him do his thing, as long as he doesnt cross any boundries, namely the government

    >nanotech and AIDS
    we cant do both, must chose one or the other. Im gona have to throw my support in with Nanotech. going to cost us less in the long run. if their tests go well, we get nanites and become an african powerhouse. if they go poorly we have a lab they the Germans will have paid part of. also it will have been built by the germans shits gona be cash. should we side the with nanotech, request we get a tour of the facility after construction.

    we should be wary of the US. be diplomatic, but i have a feeling that somthing fishy is going on
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:41 No.17699032
    Fuck that.

    We've already got a thorium reactor program going with the help of India.
    We are going to start up desalination plants powered by thorium reactors, sending water down irrigation canals to the north and the farms located there.

    We are going to this by buying technologies and expertise with money that WE have EARNED by selling goods and services.
    We are here to prove that we don't need the fucking liberal bleeding hearts, that it is through African determination and will that we will make Africa prosperous.

    Keep your handouts to yourselves. We work for a living.
    >> JULY 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)17:41 No.17699034

    -Nanotech investments underway. NTz has found a cave they like and are setting up shop. They have agreed to free products early on, and discounts later for being an investing nation.

    -India will set up more reactors for us.

    -Irrigation project is underway. A desalination plant could be built, India has that tech, as does Saudi Arabia (US Ally.)

    -Wind Farming is possible, but expensive start. Still cheaper than more reactors, but more wind mills are needed for more power.

    -Superman has been caught, quietly, as to not cause issues... he awaits your questions.

    -US has no comments on Ivory Coast, they deny any involvements.

    -Other programs proceed as good as can be.

    -Your people are celebtraing your rule!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:44 No.17699069
    ambassadors are a good idea.

    when the russians ask questions tell them we are trying to ensure the safety of our investments in the region. we do need to let the russians know we plan to go the US for talks, or at least try to talk to the US
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:48 No.17699109

    Buy Indian. We already buy their thorium reactors and some of their weapon exports. See if we can get a discount on the desalination technology.

    >Wind Farming
    Thorium has better energy density and doesn't use up space.

    Explain to him the importance of the rule of law, and how his example undermines it. How it is necessary for an orderly and safe society.

    >US involvement
    Talk with Russia about the presence of US SpecOps. Could they suspect the Russian forces in Zanzi?

    >Free Action
    Bring up the issue of Ivory Coast with the AU. Try for an AU-backed restoration of power of the legitimate government of Ivory Coast.
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)17:50 No.17699131
    I don't think it will be a big deal. Just putting on a good show for the national community, and it might lead to diplomatic talks between POTUS, and our Great Leader. If this is not averted, I see us heading straight towards a Sino-American proxy war, fought by us. Russia aught to understand
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:53 No.17699178
    Ask the US if they would accept us sending an ambassador to their country.

    Send some of our engineers to help with the construction.

    >Desalination Plant
    Talk to Saudi Arabia about getting the necessary equipment to build one.

    >Wind Farming.
    I don't think it's worth the initial investment, it's not a reliable power supply. Thorium reactors are clean, efficient, and reliable.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:54 No.17699199
    Why are you buying Saudi, when we can negotiate a discount if we go Indian?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:56 No.17699215
    I'm hoping for increased relations with the US.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)17:56 No.17699226
    I do like the idea of decentralizing our electric grid. nuclear power is fucking sweet, but a single attack on one plant would be a huge cripple to our electricity supply.

    I propose surveys for geothermal, tidal, and wind where the wind is constant. solar sucks. our backbone should be nuclear but we need supplemental backups.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:00 No.17699262
    we want him to be a symbol of public service, the everyman chipping in not because he has to but because he wants to. try to find out why he does what he does and if he has any serious mental issue. should he prove harmless, I recommend that he "escape custody". perhaps Have our nations reporters "accidently" catch some offmike comment's about our opinion of Superman. somthing to the effect of: "while i cannot support his vigilantism, i will not admonish him for his public service"

    make a start on the wind turbines. put our first set of them near within sight of the capital, adds a little prestige. make statements about being interested in being an African leader in greentech. this should make a splash in the world news and bring in some investors. maybe a statement about looking for interested partners in building green tech.

    this is very troubling. ZIA needs to get on top of this, put out feelers to moscow to see if they have anything they want to share with us. I think if we can get US companies involved with our greentech this will give them pause to any more interference.

    go with india, we have been solid trading partners so far. do not want to get involved with US allies
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:00 No.17699271
    We definitely need to look into geothermal energy, and maybe damming some of our rivers. We need to make sure not to dam any rivers that would cause farmlands to flood, though.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:01 No.17699280
    seconded, decentralizing execellent idea
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:03 No.17699309
    I was pushing for increased relations with the US for a while, but their denying involvement in the Ivory Coast has put me off.

    also, we do need an ally to counter-balance Russia. buying the desalination plant(s) from India would increase our relations with them. and like the other guy said, discounts discounts discounts.
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)18:04 No.17699315
    Thorium Reactors supply about 750mW

    by 2014 5mW wind turbine units should be readily available. I know this looks like a big discrepancy, but these wind turbines are generally set up in bunches. Also take into consideration that If even 1 of our Reactors goes down, its game over. Realistically our entire country is a radioactive wasteland for the next 10,000 years or more.
    So what we are getting for our greater investment cost is safety, and an opportunity to grow our wind farms into a real industry in the future
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:04 No.17699319

    Instead of having him "escape" to do more vigilantism why not give him an actual position so that he can do his thing legally? Don't know what position exactly, we might need to think it up specifically for him but I think him doing his think with our consent would reflect better for us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:05 No.17699333

    What happened to corruption investigation?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:06 No.17699345

    I think we should retrofit the Rebel jungle base into our own forward military base. That way, there is less chance that rebels will start their guerrilla war from the jungles again.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:06 No.17699351
    seconded. I was wondering this myself. but I think OP said that unless he says something has gone wrong, things unstated are going well.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:07 No.17699359
    >Realistically our entire country is a radioactive wasteland for the next 10,000 years or more.
    That's not how thorium reactors work.
    They can't go super-critical, and even staying critical requires constant feeding and monitoring.
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)18:15 No.17699454
    Ok, i went and read a little and you are right. That doesn't mean that the by product cant be dangerous if not properly treated with depleted uranium. I can totally see our Indian scientist burring a bunch of nuclear wast in our desert
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)18:17 No.17699476
    "berrying" damn auto correct
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)18:18 No.17699496
    burring. fuck it, just shoot me
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:20 No.17699521
    here, let me help you

    "burying "
    >> Slushed 01/27/12(Fri)18:21 No.17699538
    i hate the english language
    >> Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)18:32 No.17699684
    New post soon.
    >> Korosov !HI80DECbKc 01/27/12(Fri)18:35 No.17699721
    oh really,when?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:36 No.17699736

    Yes. The rebel base could at least be a new training camp for Pathfinders, I like it.
    >> AUGUST 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)18:50 No.17699912
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    -Superman has been told about the laws, then, let loose by accident...a comment made 'off mic' and leaked, stating our admiration of him as a national hero -though that he should abide by the laws and not be a vigilante, for his own safety.

    -India offers desalination and wind farm equipment both, in exchange for oil.

    -Your people are so happy with the ice-cream, they have spontaneously declared it Ice-cream Day! People have swarmed the ice-cream shops and skipped out on work. Only businesses open are our ice-cream businesses.

    -Intelligence informs us that the ice-cream is good.

    -Our Engineers working with the Russians say the ice-cream is good.

    -Our Border Patrol reports that ice-cream is good.

    -Ghana citizens have come for a visit for ice-cream. It is good.

    -World News! North Korea's leader has been assassinated! South Korea on full alert. North Korea on full alert.

    -Oil news! Zanzian Oil sales on the rise!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)18:55 No.17699976

    MOAR THORIUM! takemymoney.jpg

    >Ice Cream Day
    Inform citizens that National Holidays must be approved by the Interior Ministry and begin work on a less detrimental Ice Cream Day in the future.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:06 No.17700105
    >India offers desalination for oil
    Take them up on it. Be sure to haggle furiously and eventually, "reluctantly" concede and offer them a good deal, for being "favoured customers". Time to begin milking the oil crisis
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:06 No.17700108
    >our intelligence informs us that our ice cream is good
    you magnificent bastard, well done yet again Grand Leader

    >indian deal
    accept the trade, both nations can profit from it even though we are getting the better half. thats they way it should be anyway.

    what has been the public response to superman?

    >icecream day
    accept icecream day with great enthusiasm. make a statement saying that the best ice cream shop in the capitol will be visted by the President next icecream day. anytime the president hosts guests, that icecream parlor will be providing the refreshments.
    not sure if we should let the people vote on it or not, /tg/'s call
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:07 No.17700115
    India deal sounds good. clearly we have a hidden gem in our ice cream industry. we should increase production/exposure to export around the world.
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    Whats in this shit, cocaine?
    have ZIA inspect production methods of ice cream. This might be the CIA testing out some new drugs.... 0-0

    Approve deal.


    >North Korea
    good night sweet prince
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:09 No.17700135
    warmly accepted. government still has to function though, and those who work on ice cream day will be given extra days off as compensation.

    2nd the haggling, can only benefit us
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:10 No.17700150
    Let's throw a World War III party! Ice Cream for everyone! We'll send a gallon of our ice cream to every nation head in the world!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:10 No.17700154
    not a fan of haggling with India yet. I think we should try to improve our relations first.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:11 No.17700159
    we should offer to host an AU meeting, provide ice cream. get the exposure for possible exports.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:12 No.17700167
    Indians love to haggle! You ever been? It's considered rude NOT to haggle.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:17 No.17700232
    fine then. we'll haggle.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:20 No.17700268
    um. this thread has been auto-saging for about an hour. we need a new one.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:21 No.17700282
    I love this, and it fits so well with what other nations get up to. Have you seen some of the crazy shit that world leaders get/recieve as gifts? Though, IIRC, the White House incinerates any consumable gifts (as, probably, do most nations). Ah well. Still, it'd be rude not to send some at least....
    >> AUGUST 2015 - STATE REPORT Grand Leader Quest !tr.t4dJfuU 01/27/12(Fri)19:33 No.17700403

    New thread
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:34 No.17700419
    We should look into starting an advertising campaign in more educated country's that will lure well educated teachers and professionals to our country. We desperately need to improve our education system if we are to escape the cycle of African poverty.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/12(Fri)19:38 No.17700460
    Send one of our top negotiating teams to India. Get desalination plants for our irrigation project and some pilot wind farms for outlying areas.

    >ice cream day
    Make it a national holiday. Send samples of our ice cream to India, Japan, Russia, China, and to members of the AU. Also to the executives of companies we have close relationships with.

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