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Pan-Asiatic States
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Postby Pan-Asiatic States » Sun Mar 17, 2019 3:59 am

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The cases brought to the Congress were statistical and detailed; revealing that the Kingdom of Jaragupta had failed to bypass hitherto existing quasi-judicial standards for personal freedoms. Ultimately, the case for intervention on facets of the first account, that is to say, persecution against the proletariat, could be summarized into a few facets, namely:


  • That the Kingdom employs an autocratic, semi-feudal political playing-field, meaning that advocates for Human Rights and worker tripartition cannot make tangible resolutions through traditional politics. Mr. Mahil testifies to the clamp-downs of activists on the island, forcing many to take radical stances. Jiang Xuegang then backs this with a list accounting for all Jaraguptan parties, groups, and institutions that have either been crossed-off as terroristic in nature by the officiated government and are officially barred from running, and parties, groups, and institutions, that are persecuted constantly hitherto through a variety of subversive ways.
  • That the Kingdom is backed by several foreign subsidiaries and private companies who actively cooperate with constituents of government for the sake of corporate-based gain. Jiang Xuegang presents a list of companies categorized into those with proof of active extrajudicial cooperation with the state in conducting paracivillian operations (illegal arms trades, unregulated work conditions, etc.) and those without proof, but with a sufficient amount of whistleblowers to testify otherwise. Mr. Mahil's own employers turned-up on the latter list, and as a whistleblower, a bias to pin blame and illustrate the atrocities were put on them specifically. However, the report remained inclusive of other such atrocities with other such factors to blame.
  • That the Kingdom has engaged in several clamp-downs through gendarmerie subversion of civil protests and rights, tangible through evidence of reports, videos, and personal accounts. Varying from officials appropriating agrarian land from locals for the benefit of the elitist state-monopoly to accounts of government-sanctioned assassinations, the final point was mostly miscellaneous; a categorization to suffice enough evidence of a shadow despotic government running a democracy-for-show.
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Postby Pan-Asiatic States » Sun Mar 17, 2019 4:03 am

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The gong was about to sound once more to conclude the report, signaling an intermission. Earlier, Jiang had suggested that other Congressional officials say their peace on the matter before resuming the session to the second account after the recess; involving more precisely, the political factors justifying the Jaraguptan Kingdom as that of non-democratic and how the system that workers could not be emancipated through their traditional politics worked in practice.

But before a break could be granted, a character that seemed silent so far during the proceedings, took themself into the limelight. It seemed Jiang was ahead of himself, as someone was eager. Noticing this, Jiang hushed Mahil's mid-concluding remarks. The two morphed their attention into intrigue.

"I see that the Honorable Representative Valthor Ormurssen has signaled he wishes to speak. We shall yield the floor momentarily for his questions or rebuttal."
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Postby Yellow Star Republic » Sun Mar 17, 2019 8:28 am

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Bratislava, Ressia


Representative Valthor Ormurssen had arrived around the same time that most of the other representatives and observers were filling in the space. He had set up his compact desk the way he wanted within the first day of arriving within the country. So this wasn’t his first time in the Congressional chambers, but he was still impressed every time he looked upon the ornate walls, the domed ceiling, and the painted scenes of revolutionary triumph that overlaid it all.

He listened as Party Secretary Xuegang spoke, then brought in his ‘special pet’, the Jaraguptan miner. It very much amused him, knowing what he already knew of the situation, that they were downplaying the ethnic division aspect to play up the universal class strife that was often the theme of Marxist rhetoric. He had read the dossier that had been handed out by Xuegang’s aides. It supported the same viewpoint that was being vocalized today.

He also had another report, this one issued only to him courtesy of the RLO, the YSR’s security agency, and with some contributed intel from the CID, the Cardwithian Intelligence Directorate.
It addressed several issues that might come up in the Congress, but that of Jaragupta and their call for assistance from the ISVC featured prominently in the report.

It talked about the corrupt monarchy, a weak military, but an unfortunately weaker leftist insurgent group. Then there was the ethnic division almost perfectly split between the Hamikhs and Tamars, which on the face of it, also looked much like a religious influenced feud between Sikhs and Hindus, if you didn’t count the slightly complex factor of the atheistic HDLF. There were some detractors to sending the ISVC to get involved, and he intended to bring them up as soon as the very scripted, rhetorical rallying speech was done.

He knew that the government back in Arkjelstad would likely support intervention, but as it wasn’t really on their radar yet, but for probably a couple departments in the RLO, he would risk the slap on the hand for playing devil’s advocate and challenging the popular opinion.

As the special Hamikh pet of the Pan-Asians wound down, Valthor prepared.

Jiang recognized him after he had flicked the orange signal lamp on his desk several times and raised his hand. Maybe a bit excessive.
"I see that the Honorable Representative Valthor Ormurssen has signaled he wishes to speak. We shall yield the floor momentarily for his questions or rebuttal."

“Thank you for yielding, Mr. Party Secretary. I ask for the floor to address the comments of yourself and the honorable Mr. Esharveer Mahil, our Jaraguptan friend that has taken refuge in the Pan-Asian States.”

He turned from the dais to address the rest of the Congress around and behind him.
“Thank you all for being here and making me confident in our purpose. We are sure to do the work of the people today. I am Valthor Ormurssen, Representative of the Socialist Party of the Yellow Star Republic…” He cleared his throat,
“I give Mr. Mahil much respect, and I know that myself and the rest of the Congress empathize with what you and your people have been through. My people too have been through hardships, when an imperialist nation pushed us to pre-emptively invade them and the rest of the region reacted by devastating our country.” A slight revisionist’s take on events of the Northern Tavlyrian War. The YSR never admitted they were the aggressors in that war or to the many excesses visited upon Glisandia during it.
“We have all been through our trials...What I say next might be unpopular, but it must be interjected into the debate.
What is it that we hope to gain by interfering in the internecine warfare of an impoverished Wishtonian monarchy? How far would we all go to help to liberate this island nation? Some of us have the resources of nations, but some of us only the manpower of outlawed parties. The resources that are there on the islands are assumed to be claimed by the imperialist powers that back Jaragupta. They have the technology and the materials to tap into them. But so do many of us. The cost of intervention has to be recouped somehow...So are we simply becoming capitalists and claiming resources like all the others, in payment for the incidental liberation of the Hamikh people?”

Ormurssen surveyed his audience,
“How many lives would we sacrifice for what seems to me to be more of an ethnic war than an ideological one? These are questions that need to be asked, if we are to be honest with ourselves. This is the reality that must be faced when we answer the call to arms to land on foreign shores in the name of world socialism. I understand, as do we all that that is part of the purpose of this organization, after all, but we have look at the cost and the effect that such actions might have. Are we really accomplishing something so moral and justified?

Let me extrapolate just a bit further. When these foreign supporters of the Jaraguptan Rajah throw their might behind him and try to crush our attempts to support the lower classes, are we ready to rush in more troops and to escalate to every point that our opponents might? Are we ready for full out war?”
Valthor took one last pause.
“I thank you for hearing me out and I hope you do not equate my doubts as calling our righteous cause into question, but I feel that we need to be clear of what we want to accomplish, if we are to commit to such a cause no matter the cost. Thank you, comrades. I surrender the floor to those distinguished representatives that I see standing up to counter me.”

The Yellowsian sat down to signify the end to his counter argument.

Fact of the matter was, Valthor really just wanted to test the waters and see who fell where when the chips really started to hit the table, to borrow a popular Western saying he liked. It was obvious that the Pan-Asiatic States and to a lesser extent, the Cardwith Islands, were pushing for this intervention by the ISVC, but he wanted to know the stance of the other constituent parties of the Congress. In the end, he had no doubt that the Congress would approve of intervention. They had been itching for any excuse to put the ISVC to war, and there had been many. There was no more perfect event that would enable the leftist juggernaut to go to war than Jaragupta, but war had an odd way of consuming those who thought they could control the fire.




Up in the gallery, near the observers, sat a fellow Yellowsian national of Ormurssen. He went simply by the name of Vilgan, despite what his passport said that he had used to get through Ressian customs. He had used similar credentials to gain access into the Congressional chamber. His presence was unknown to Ormurssen. He was an officer of the RLO security service and his main mission was to keep an eye on Ormurssen and make sure that he towed the party line. It was a mission given to him by the RLO Director, via the Director General, Gerta Hildgursdottir herself, the leader of the YSR.

Any hope he might have had of a cushy, boring tenure in Bratislava was dashed the very first day of the Congress as he heard Ormurssen speak. He was obligated to report this back to Arkjelstad and he knew the response would not be positive. Ormurssen had to know how this would affect his relationship with his superiors back home, yet he still carried on as if, due to the lack of international media, no other Yellowsian would hear of his challenge.

The YSR supported the ISC and any venture that the revolutionary interventionist arm of the ISVC might be tasked to undertake, including Jaragupta, if it should come to pass. Ormurssen’s questioning of the ISC Central Committee was not sanctioned from the capital, but time would tell if it would be tolerated. Vilgan didn’t need to take notes, as his memory as an intelligence officer was impeccable, yet he did record it with his phone just to have the first hand version for the record.
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Postby Gylias » Sun Mar 17, 2019 9:22 am

Eleni and Lartæ sat through Esharveer Mahil's presentation with barely suppressed disgust. Each of them took a moment at some point to look down and silently retch internally, or to look at each other sadly and sort of visually back each other up. It was an utterly disguting and immoral shitheap, the Jaragupta that had been described in the testimony and the report.

We have to get rid of these fuckers, Lartæ thought. No-brainer.

When Valthor Ormurssen took the floor, he asked several uncomfortable but nevertheless necessary questions. The points about ethnic divisions and goals for intervention needed to be addressed and debated. However, Eleni was bothered by one of his points. After he finished, she stood up to ask for the word.

Having been granted, she spoke: "Comrade Valthor Ormurssen, your contributions are much appreciated and the points you have raised must be addressed. I want to remark on the question you made on the cost of intervention."

She took a pause to breathe. Then, without rancour or a change of tone in her voice, she continued. "Presuming we intervene in Jaragupta, we are not doing so to seize control of their resources. As you said, that would make us no better than the capitalists we are here to fight against. We can sustain such an intervention with our existing budgets, and make contingency plans for how to budget it beyond an initial deployment based on the decisions of the Congress."

She glanced around the chamber at the Congress for a second.

"All I can say is that, presuming the intervention is carried out successfully, the resources of Jaragupta will belong to the people of Jaragupta, in common. Anything else would be a betrayal of our principles."

"Thank you," she said, and sat down.

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Postby Kowani » Thu Mar 21, 2019 9:44 pm

Ambassador Geréx sat in silence, thinking hard. If one looked closely, they would be able to see his eyes darting around as all this information was absorbed and sorted into various databases, that were constantly being transmitted back to Nova Seviya. Finally, he nodded, standing slowly and preparing to speak. His voice was deep, and only slightly accented, yet there was something not quite natural about him. “Ladies, Gentlemen. Comrades of the Revolution. The Gylian ambassador speaks the truth, there is no question of profit for us to ask. We are not immoral capitalists, who think with their wallets. No, the resources of the People belong to the People, and we are not to take them. However, a cost analysis must be taken-that of the lives we would spend in freeing the People, and the possibility that these corporations go running back to their respective governments, and we get bogged down in war, unable to fulfill our obligations to oppressed People everywhere. So, I would propose two roads. The first bloodless, although I myself am not opposed to the spilling of blood. On this path, we outspend these corporations, and build up the infrastructure of Jaragupta. Bribe the government, cancel their trade deals, close them off. Raise taxes so much that investment becomes unprofitable. Increase health and safety standards for imports. Make it as hard as possible to come, but more than that, make them not want to.

The other way may be denounced by some as Imperialism, but to protect the Revolution of Jaragupta, force will be necessary. And thus, our time there should be limited, and the limitations agreed upon before we embark, to ensure that the People’s resources remain in the hands of the People.
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Postby Mubata » Thu Mar 28, 2019 1:27 pm

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Cacile Ngomane had arrived, along with a small entourage, in Bratislava a week before the first session. Unlike several of the representatives and observers, she and her colleagues in the Mubatan Freedom Movement were from one of the outlawed parties in the Republic of Mubata. They were in constant struggle for the last 50+ years since the independence of Mubata to overthrow the nationalists led by the Fazembe dynasty. They had had upswings and very low times, when it looked as if the end was near and government forces were about to stomp them out of existence. They had gone through many leaders, and were now rallying back from a large defeat at the hands of the Tizi dominated Mubatan Army where one of the founders, Chigama Dzogara, and leader at the time, as well as much of the ruling MFM Council were surrounded and wiped out along with hundreds of fighters. For 3 long years, they had worked to rebuild from that crushing defeat, and now, under the leadership of Simba Dzogara, son of Chigama, they were resurgent and retaking ground in the East, as well as the center of Mubata.

It was hers, as well as the hope of many, that ISVC troops would be able to support the MFM in taking their nation back, and maybe help to rally other tribal folk to the cause who saw the MFM as merely a tool of Zama nationalists to put the country under the rule of the most numerous tribe. Many in the Republic still didn't trust either the Tizi-Fazembe run regime or the MFM.

Much of that was immaterial to the day's discussion in the Congressional Chamber...Or was it? Discussion was focused on aiding an ethnic group's Marxist rebel force, the HDLF, against their oppressors, the Tamar dominated monarchial government of Jaragupta. The parallels were all over the place and hard to ignore. There was no question where the MFM fell in the debate.
She lit her buzzer at her desk and also stood up to be recognized.

"Thank you. I am Cacile Ngomane from the Mubatan Freedom Movement. I would like to say that we in the MFM are also in support of the HDLF and the Hamikh people in their struggle for freedom. There is no question to the cost, but I realize that it is ironic that I might say such, considering that the MFM does not have the resources to contribute much to the ISVC budget. What we do have is manpower and know how and that is what we will give to the cause of liberation of Jaragupta. And yes, it is in the unabashed hope that Mubata's turn will be next in line for liberation.

To address Representative Geréx's proposal for economic war, I would have to say that I am not sure that it would be effectual or that many nations beyond the ISC would care to enforce such sanctions. Do many nations of the ISC even currently conduct commerce with the Kingdom of Jaragupta? I should think not, but I do not know for certain. I think it is a long slow path that will remain unfulfilled and we must act in a quicker manner in order to see change come to this island nation.

I urge you to listen to Mr. Mahil, Party Secretary Xuegang and to dismiss the naysayers..." She wouldn't call out Ormurssen by name, as she did have respect for him in most matters. "The path is clear, so why should we muddy it with too much talk?"
She left off with that question and sat back down, ceding the floor to the next speaker.
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Postby The Cardwith Islands » Mon Apr 08, 2019 7:25 pm

Chairman Trevor Obelanka saw that they needed to get things back to the main presentation. He saw that there were quite a few other representatives that wanted to speak, and rather than being frustrated, it made him proud. He took the next turn and addressed the Chamber.
"I would like to get back to Mr. Mahil and the Party Secretary, as I don't think they were quite done with their proposition for revolutionary action. Before we do that, I want to say first, thank you to the fine representatives from the Yellow Star Republic, Gylias, Kowani and Mubata for making their points. I am so glad that we have so many ready to speak and work towards furthering our causes. It gives us hope to see that this organization is lively and willing to come together to discuss just how we can spread the message of world socialism, and what that message should be.

Now, I understand that Representative Ormurssen had some valid points to consider in us not making a hasty decision. I appreciate that as do us all, I should think. What I can say is this, a stand must be made somewhere, and I cannot think of a better place to start, as we do need to start somewhere. The Imperialists are sure that we will let another local rebellion die out, as so many have in the past, as capitalist resources are diverted to shut down such dissension. Perhaps...perhaps we can make them take notice and not assume that they can always have their way when it comes to keeping down the proletariat and subverting freedoms of those that labor the land for the good of all. Let us remember that we have done it before. Were it not for ISVC support for the Cardwith Islands during our independence struggle, I would not be standing here before you. We are ready to give back and bring up the next struggling group of people into the greater fabric of socialist freedom. Let it be known that the United Freedom Front of the Cardwith Islands supports intervention in Jaragupta and support for the Hamikh Democratic Liberation Front."
He held out for a smattering of applause.
"Now...let's give the floor back to the Party Secretary and to Mr. Mahil to continue on."

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Postby Pan-Asiatic States » Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:41 am

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The Party Secretary had taken note of all the points recited in front of the international constituency. He was surprised with the Yellowsian resistance to the ethos, but unfortunately, the delegate ultimately raised a point of interest. As much as it was inevitable that the declaration would pass, accords of war would need to be settled before the quasi-judicial body escalated the situation in Jaragupta.

A sensation of discord made Eshraveer uneasy. He looked at Xuegang with an expecting and disoriented stare.

Jiang Xuegang humbly approached the podium, and delivered his own opinion.

"Members of the Congress, I do believe that the points aforementioned bear weight, but I believe that the delegation from Gylias was correct in their analysis of the political climate. I beg to extrapolate further as well.

The ethnic divisions in the Jaraguptan islands are not the concern of this Congress per se, yet we should fundamentally be concerned with it. It is imperative that we bear in mind that all ethnic divisions throughout the history of the world are divisions caused by economic divide. Our goal, as Socialists, is to eliminate this economic divide. Since, in our participation of this Congressional assembly, do we not all in fact, fight to ensure that no person in any corner of the world is labeled as 'illegal', 'different', or 'inferior'? We cannot deny the fact that we are all, fundamentally, anti-racist as well.

That is not to say that we should infringe upon the sovereignty of a new Jaraguptan society to consider whether one government action is racist or not. I have my full confidence in the ability of current Marxist parties to determine their independent and responsible development of Socialistic economic forces, should they be put into power.

Thus, this brings me to my next point of interest, and that is, that through the course of our discourse, we must set parameters on what should be considered a direct infringement of Jaraguptan sovereignty and what should not. We must divulge into the logistics of the new society which we will create in putting Marxist powers into play in Jaragupta. This I believe, can best be accomplished by having a representative of the Marxist groups in the nation actively involved with the proceedings of this governing Congress.

Whilst we can discuss finer details on the proceedings this congress will be taking after the presentation of the two accounts by the Pan-Asiatic States to merit intervention, and after this Congress has cast a vote to do so, should we proceed with our initiatives in the first place, I ensure the constituency that I personally will take every measure to ensure that international security and the interests of the majority of the world powers in this Congress does not infringe upon the basic guarantees of independence that merits our Socialist liberation of Jaragupta.

To do all that, however, we must provide the world stage with a reasonable justification for our endeavors. We must declare the current Jaraguptan imperial rule to be one that does not represent the best interests of its people, as it is what it is. To this end, we continue our assessment.

If no further inquisitions or points of clarification thus far will be put unto the floor of this assembly, I give the floor to Mr. Mahil. We thank both the proposing and opposing delegations with utmost respect for their opinions."
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Postby The Cardwith Islands » Sun Apr 21, 2019 5:21 pm

Chairman Obelanka stood up, getting Jiang's attention.
"Hear, hear. I agree with Party Secretary Xuegang's assessment. I did have one point of inquiry, and I believe it may be more for Mr. Mahil than you, Jiang...Mr. Mahil, are you a representative of one of the Marxist organizations in your nation, or affiliated with them at all? If I missed that information, I apologize."
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The Cardwith Islands wrote:Chairman Obelanka stood up, getting Jiang's attention.
"Hear, hear. I agree with Party Secretary Xuegang's assessment. I did have one point of inquiry, and I believe it may be more for Mr. Mail than you, Party Secretary...Mr. Mahil, are you a representative of one of the Marxist organizations in your nation, or affiliated with them at all? If I missed that information, I apologize."


Eshraveer stood up and took his place at the podium one more time and responded.

"Your inquiry is appropriate, Chairman. I did make it clear at the very beginning of this deliberation that I am not associated with one or any political group in my country, neither militant nor pacifist; neither capitalistic nor communistic in intent. However, given my mistreatment, I must admit--I now hold some semblance of sentiment."
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Postby Pan-Asiatic States » Mon Apr 29, 2019 12:40 pm

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After the brief deliberations by Congressional members, came the more practical second account of the case; presented in the same fashion as the first. Here, more precise accounts of instability between the Jaraguptan government and its own people were presented.

Jiang Xuegang hinted that it would only be a matter of time until the house of cards came falling-down. He argued, however, that without the guidance of an organization to ensure the integrity of the new state, the local government would easily fall into disarray due to racial and political infighting.

Beyond that as well, there were the economic issues with revolutions that had to be addressed and deliberated by the Congress. Too many times in history, has it occurred, that Communists have created a power vacuum in their trail. What follows would either be complete annihilation of the already declining economy after "countries of the bourgeois" pulled their resources out of such countries, and what ensues that are either despotic Frankenstein amalgamations of dystopian quasicapitalist 'socialism' or total counterrevolutionary takeover.

"We must keep in mind, members of the house, that we should ensure that our intervention in the nation of Jaragupta, should create more good than harm; while also preserving the national rights of the people to govern themselves through the blessings of a workers' democracy. For I would rather let all bad luck befall us, rather than install, not the dictatorship of the proletariat, but the dictatorship of a new monarch under a different crown.", expressed the Pan-Asiatic delegate.

The instability and low political freedom in the Kingdom was more than evident, with cases such as:


  • In 2011, 60 reporters went missing after covering a story about city corruption in Abilek. The case remains inconclusive, and the families of the victims have not stayed quiet about it. This supersedes the presupposition of the proposition that the 'democratic' judiciary of the Kingdom is essentially defunct.
  • Multiple attempts by international corporations to collaborate with the Kingdom authorities in repressing agitators and the media. Throughout two decades of this millennia, more than enough cases have been filed reporting several such corporations for fraud and exploitation, from common workers. More than half of such workers have gone missing or found deceased as well. This has led to a term used by the locals, wherein missing persons are called "wreckages"; comparing the dead bodies of those who oppose the regime to shipwrecks, as the locals often have to fish them out of rivers, ponds, and sewers.
  • Three-way clashes between the Hamikh Nationalist Liberation Army, Hamikh Democratic Liberation Front, and the Jaraguptan Armed Forces which have been reported to have claimed the lives of thousands as is. The HNLA wish to liberate the Hamikh people under their Sikh flag. The HDLF, a Marxist Hamikh group that has grown in popularity over the years. (While it should be noted that the HNLA and HDLF have worked together against the monarchy and government on occasion, more often they are at odds, due to differing ideologies and devotion or lack of devotion to the Sikh faith in the case of the HDLF. Skirmishes have been known to happen across the archipelago, and thus, it remains proper, Party Secretary Jiang thought, to call it a Three-way clash.)

Therefore, Xuegang presented, the objectives of the International Socialist Congress, as noted previously, should be clearly defined and strictly followed. The directives, intentions, and, as much as possible without compromising mission security, progress of the Congress in completing such objectives, should be clearly announced, published, and promulgated to the general public.

If an intervention is in order, argued Xuegang, then the arbitrary nature of the Congress should be made as clear as possible. Otherwise, not only will covert action damage the reputation of the young alliance, branding it as a covert endeavor to subdue the sovereignty of nations, but it will also lead to distrust by the local population; which may in turn lead them to disassociate with the members of the Congress, and start a civil war.

Xuegang also discussed the aforementioned representation of the HDLF, but also asked the Congress what they thought about also adapting an HNLA representative. It would be an unfortunate compromise, in his own opinion, but it may be necessary.

"We must focus on intrinsic issues before extrinsic ones. I understand this. The Yellowsian commentary on the situation, as I've said, stands.

Nevertheless, what we need are a list of objectives for ourselves, the Kingdom in power, and the rising Marxist state we will create, which we will follow through; and the point on whether or not we will recognize the HNLA as a legitimate independence faction is included in this list. I want to settle this peacefully and democratically. My delegation has prepared these points for everyone's satisfaction; and I want to make it clear that these points are based on the feelings of the Pan-Asiatic delegation towards the situation and that this is NOT final.

Do also note that these objectives will be forwarded to the general media of all of your nations, as well as other foreign media abroad; it will be the official position of the International Socialist Congress on the proceedings in Jaragupta. The assembly, deliberation, and declaration of these points will have concluded this session on intervention in Jaragupta. These are more of guidelines than specifics on the operation. Again, I cannot stress the importance of this document to all the actors involved in this case.

We will deliberate on these points one by one, especially if there are contentions, especially regarding the issue of whether or not to represent the HNLA. If there are no contentions, we will also welcome additions. Once all has been said, we will cast a vote in favor of or opposing the proposition entirely. Please, do not be afraid to speak your mind, but remember to keep it brief, inclusive, decisive, on-point, and respectful to your comrades around you.

A copy of these demands can be found in the portfolio we have handed out. Nevertheless, I will read them aloud; especially for any handicapped observers or members of this assembly. These points, vaguely, are as follows:"




JOINT DECLARATION OF THE COUNTRIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CONGRESS TO THE KINGDOM OF JARAGUPTA AND ITS CITIZENS:

Keeping to the commitments of the International Socialist Congress to the belief of solidarity in the face of harassment and violations to the integral liberties of the individual to lead a life of his or her choosing, the first resolution of this assembly is aimed at pursuing the torch of justice in the darkness of despotism.

The history of the Kingdom of Jaragupta has not been without its ups and downs under tyrants and servants of the people; and this assembly makes it clear that the intentions of the Socilaist world are entirely that of empowering the Jaraguptan identity rather than replacing it with a majoritarian puppet of the constituents of this Congress, as can be derived from the experiences of other quasijudicial and quasilegislative agencies in their endeavors to pursue war through ideological factions. The International Socialist Congress claims no intentions for neo-colonialism, as we stand united under the purpose of empowering the people of Jaragupta against those who would dis-empower them.

The ultimate objective of the deliberation which will have commenced to ratify this edict will have been to allow the Jaraguptan to truly decide matters of the state to themselves: to truly allow them to determine their national aspirations. The International Socialist Congress will, ultimately, bring life back to the democratic system of the Jaraguptan masses. That is the sworn objective of the collaboration of this congregation.

  1. The countries of the International Socialist Congress have agreed to find the Kingdom of Jaragupta to be a farce representation of the nation's ideals for self-governance, due to assertions by its people and overwhelming evidence beyond the realm of doubt to conclude the democratic system in Jaragupta to be defunct. The separation of powers have been proven to be bypassed by an increasingly powerful executive branch of government.
  2. The countries of the International Socialist Congress have agreed to find the Kingdom of Jaragupta guilty of crimes against humanity deemed in violation of the fundamental rights of its citizens by exploiting both their economic and physical endurance as human beings due to evidence supported by numerous members of the nation, as whistleblowers, beyond the realm of doubt in their testimony, and pragmatic accounts suggesting them to be true.
  3. The countries of the International Socialist Congress have agreed to find the Kingdom of Jaragupta unstable in their governance, and, working in the best interests of the citizens of Jaragupta, this Congress recognizes the incapability of the current dicta to stabilize the national interests of freedom and prosperity by settling matters of unrest throughout the territories of the Kingdom of Jaragupta. This Congress finds the popular unrest a signature of the counter-dicta of the Jaraguptan masses to prefer a change of authority, unaddressed by the defunct democracy of the nation.

We would therefore demand the following effective immediately or risk diplomatic and political interference of this Congress in Jaragupta to secure the workers' welfare without the consultation of the elected government, under the presupposition of such government's malfunctioning:

  1. The political liberalization of the Kingdom of Jaragupta, the reinstation and representation of any political faction within the parliamentary of the Kingdom; including the Nationalist and Communist. We demand an end to all political suppression and any attempts by the Kingdom to silence the voices of its people, and an end to the illegal practices of the Jaraguptan government which can be considered un-democratic.
  2. An end to the rogue privatization of the nation's assets, as well as the designation of officials to investigate the reports found in the deliberation of the nation as indicated by the Congressional release. We demand an end to the national disregard for cassus belli. We demand justice for the oppressed workers of Jaragupta.
  3. The beginning of peace talks between the HNLA and the HDLF to be facilitated by the government without bias, a resolution to the civil strife within the nation and the general improvement of peoples' livelihoods. We abhor the Jaraguptan government's use of violence and all-out war to deal with its unrest. We demand reasonable amnesty with the rebels of Jaragupta.

If our demands are not acknowledged by the Kingdom of Jaragupta within the week, or we do not see reasonable efforts being made to fulfill such demands, this Congress has agreed to the use of violent and open war with the Kingdom. If actions for intervention are taken, the Congress will ensure the following, on behalf of the Jaraguptan non-combatants, who are the real men and women, unjustly treated by the regime, worthy to be serviced by our intervention:

  1. Assurance of the new Jaraguptan state's right to deliberate matters of national importance following any ensuing conflict. The countries of the International Socialist Congress have agreed to the creation of a political coalition between the HDLF and the HNLA which will first focus on the extermination of the government-in-power by means of a united front.
  2. Assurance of the International Socialist Congress' best interests to protect the well-being of the public involved in such a conflict before victory of the conflict itself. Humanitarian aid will be distributed to those who need it, and trials will occur by the hands of Jaraguptan judges, should an International Socialist Volunteer Corps combatant harm a non-combatant of the Jaraguptan nation.
  3. Assurance of the joint oversight of the HDLF and HNLA over the liberation of their country by giving both factions equal footing in representation within the International Socialist Congress to oversee military affairs, in cooperation with the International Socialist Volunteer Corps.
  4. Assurance of the leniency of all countries of the International Socialist Congress to stabilize but not interfere with the economic endeavors of a new Jaraguptan government in the event of one's creation.

We stand in solidarity with the People of Jaragupta all throughout this crisis, extending a helping hand to the

We therefore proclaim our sacred oath: Workers of the World, Unite!




Jiang Xuegang spoke with heavy breath. He knew that the Jaraguptan government would never agree to negotiate with Socialists. They had shown that in the past, and had left a trail of bodies every time they did. But that was the reason why his mandates for the Congress were so specific for the case of an intervention as well. If and when this gets to the media, all would have deduced the motive of the International Socialist Congress to provoke intervention anyway. And the Party Secretary, knew as well, for a fact, it would be carried-out eventually, somehow.

The floor was once again given to the Congress to speak their mind for any contention or revision to the text, as there was bound to be at least one.
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Ambassador Geréx nodded his head, once, twice. The basic idea was good, although there were always unforeseen risks. “Ambassador, if I may speak. We are all well aware of the power of the forces of globalized capital. The exterior forces that prop up the State, those will have to be mollified. After all, if the situation of the Nation is as bad as you and your guest have so eloquently described, then the State cannot oppress the Nation alone. Now, it is assumed that the Capitalists that maintain the State would not dare to begin a global war over a small, insignificant island, and yet we cannot invade without pretext. Aware as one is of the hypocrisy of Capitalism when it suits its purposes, if we are to go in with naught beyond the defense of the Nation from the State on our lips, this Congress would soon find itself with a hundred recriminations.”

He paused, thinking, before clicking his tongue once. “Furthermore, assuming that we do win the war, we should prepare for rebellion and Xaos. The first, because we are indeed liberators, and yet we are still invaders. Unless we are building up the Nation while we invade it, we are to see nationalism. The much larger problem, however, is the ethnic divide. Whichever group is left on top in the new order is not going to dedicate itself to installing any form of socialism, but rather, hunting down everyone else.”
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IS Congressional Chambers
Bratislava, Ressia


Chairman Trevor Obelanka had listened to the rest of Party Secretary Jiang’s presentation with a critical ear. It was certainly something to behold, like Xuegang and the Pan-Asian delegation, he and by extension, the official stance of the Cardwithians was also for intervention in Jaragupta and eventually, bringing it to the world scene. The methods and exact guidelines outlined by the Party Secretary did give Obelanka some pause, however.

He was appreciative of Representative Geréx’s points, which mirrored his concerns quite well. He spoke out next,
“I would like to request that if we have not done so yet, we clear out all visitors and other unauthorized personnel from the upper viewing gallery and make sure that we are not recording for the public record. Any recordings thus far should be confiscated for review. Thank you. I will wait until the Master of Arms gives me the all clear signal.”
When he did get the signal, he continued,

“Now then...I agree with the Honorable Representative Geréx in most every point he makes. Well done, comrade. We must work to build the foundation of a proper Marxist rebellion, and also be majorly concerned about nationalism and ethnic retribution.
This is a fine document and I think that it covers the bigger picture quite well. It also does well to assert the position of the Congress towards the Kingdom of Jaragupta and those nations, groups, and corporations that have or might come to the aide of the King, no…”

Trevor looked at his notes,
“Excuse me...The Rajah, which I believe is the Pan-Indo word for King, anyway.
Where we get bogged down is in the details. The willingness to commit is admirable, the implementation is problematic.
First, I’d like to address the possible deployment of our Revolutionary Forces, the ISVC. While we certainly could command sufficient troops and materials to overthrow and even occupy Jaragupta, the question remains, should we? Should we also intervene immediately and directly with full conventional forces even if it were only to provide a safe haven for the HDLF or any other persecuted Jaraguptan peoples? Would we be likely to provoke a symmetrical reaction from the capitalists and imperialists?
Up to this point, a full mobilization into conflict has only happened once in the history of the ISVC, in my home nation during our independence struggle.
It was my understanding that usual practice is for the ISVC to send survey teams first.”
He looked around for Commissar Akession, who seemed to be out of the chambers at that moment. He alighted on the Commander of Revolutionary Forces.
“Isn’t that correct General Tozimbga?”

“Yes, that is correct, Chairman. The survey teams have an official designation of CAIFs, or Corps Advisory Implementation Force. Their job is to determine the situation on the ground; To determine whether we should intervene on a larger scale; If we should provide material, humanitarian or military aid to an ally or revolutionary group, if you will.
Also, should it be feasible to bring in more ISVC troops, to determine how much the area could sustain. For instance, when it comes to Jaragupta, we could not bring in hundreds of thousands of troops and bring in enough logistical support to sustain them. We probably don’t need the CAIF to tell us that, but getting more precise numbers would be helpful. They also help advise in how best to conduct a successful insurgency, or to put one down, depending on the situation, and anything associated with that.”

Obelanka spoke again,
“Well, that is quite the mission. Thank you, General. So, I find no reason to break protocol now in this instance. Escalation is a thorny issue and making our presence known so soon before we have assessed the political ramifications and blowback to both the organization and our individual nations should not be desired. An expression I have heard is putting ‘one toe in the water’ to test first. The structure of the CAIF is our best opportunity to do that and they are experienced in results.

That is point one. Point two is considering working with this HNLA. The nationalist, ethnic separatist organization that calls themselves the Hamikh National Liberation Army. I see this as very problematic and I am against it. While I understand that sometimes one must be pragmatic in political conflict, I see no benefit whatsoever in aiding a group that might likely turn our own supplied weapons against us and our proposed allies, the HDLF. If not soon, at some point we would need to clean up our mess and have to hammer down on such a nationalist, reactionary group. We have no guarantees they won’t turn on us and or also flip to the other side.

The other down side to supporting a right-wing group is being connected to such a group and losing the support of other leftist nations because of it. It would be hurtful, to say the least, to our relations with potential new members and current ones.
Am I mistaken in believing that we have not approached nor been approached by the HNLA? At the very least, we would need to take that step as well as gather intel on their group and leaders.

I have other concerns, but those are my main ones...

In closing, I feel that this document is a solid start, but it needs work and cannot stand as is. I would think we should take more comments and concerns to feel out whether to vote on accepting this as policy towards the Kingdom of Jaragupta, or forming a committee to work on a more comprehensive, refined document with more research and varied input. That is all I have. I yield the floor.”




It took a few more hours with breaks, but the Congress and the CC were able to hammer out a compromise that was coherent and put forth a firm action plan and articles of intervention for Jaragupta. It was shaping up to possibly be the first full action conflict that the ISVC and ISVN (the naval contingent) might see combat in since the Cardwithian Struggle for Independence. The major difference between the Chairman and Party Secretary's approach was that also of their military and security forces. The Cardwithians like to subvert their foes first, with as little assets committed as possible, to see if that could bring about revolution and liberation, whereas the Pan-Asiatic States were not shy about throwing around full military forces, and they certainly had the forces to spare to do so in multiple arenas.

Trevor had been aware this might come up sooner or later, but he and many of his colleagues were of the firm belief that political subtlety and subversion of imperialist security was many times the best course, instead of just bringing out the big hammers and swinging away. Not that the Pan-Asian and other ISVC forces weren't capable of subversion, but the Cardwithians had quite a bit of experience with it and it was their main strategy when it came to dealing with national and ideological enemies. That strategy would now be put to the test yet again, on a bigger scale.

They recessed, to reconvene and address other matters before the Congress at a later date...
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Postby Pan-Asiatic States » Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:29 pm

September 21st, 2019
Bratislava, Ressia

Flying-in from Neo-Manila, capital of the Pan-Asiatic States, were a league of economic advisers, commissioners, and deputy Ministers from the Pan-Asiatic government under the direct orders of the Federation's Secretary-General. These men were clad in either olive or black Asian Communist garb and identical Maoist caps marked by a central, fabric-woven scarlet star. While many of them were astute, others seemed older and weaker than others. The younger Party-members were more enthusiastic about the trip than others. The group of bureaucrats walked the halls of the city's airport, marveling at the many posters of Ressia's beautiful sites.

"Your passport please," imperatively remarked the customs officer. A pale and tall Sino-Asiatic fellow, no less than the age of 30, with brown eyes, round glasses, and a wide smile, gladly complied, handing-in his diplomatic commendation and his passport.

"Welcome to Bratislava, Herr Yang Jiahao."

The young man led his comrades to the airport's exit. Jiahao was the de facto charge d'affaires of the batch of representatives, a visionary member of the Asian Diplomatic Cadre, and had experience working in the Trade and Industry Commission. Outside, a limousine, property of the Pan-Asiatic consulate in Bratislava, which proudly waved the flags of both Aressna and the Pan-Asiatic States on its hood, made ready to take the diplomats to the office of the Pan-Asiatic States to the International Socialist Congress.

The men entered the car, a rather auspicious experience for the younger members who scarce were given the opportunity to use private modes of transportation. Back in the capital, there was a drought of such vehicles, the price of extensive public transportation and city planning.

Life in Aressna seemed surreal, as they observed the many daily going-abouts of the European country. Civilians hailed for taxis, racing to meet their designated meeting-places. Over the radio, announcers both celebrated and trivialized recent football matches. Flags and banners of the nation, Communism, and football teams such as Ružinov Dynamo AC and FC Pezinok Bratislava hung over the apartments of the proletariat. Magnificent Cathedrals, though some lay in disrepair, still shone in the daylight, a reminder of the city's ancient history. Jiahao caught glimpses of a man wearing a black T-shirt with the faces of Marx and Lenin as the limousine zoomed through a commercial area.

Into the diplomatic quarter, the limousine passed-by a more serious tone of life in the city. The vehicle halted upon reaching the office of Jiang Xuegang, the Party Secretary of the International Socialist Congress and the delegate of the Asian Communist Party to the International Socialist Congress.

Jiang's office was spacious and wide, its walls painted casual red, decorated by the portraits of Asian Communist leaders, most notably, Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, and the Filipino revolutionary, Antonio Ora. On the office's ceiling hung a whirring fan, which propagated the cool, dry breeze let-in by the open windows. On Jiang's desk, a bust of Lapu-Lapu, the official seal of the Pan-Asiatic States used as a paperweight, and his placard, which read his name and position.

Jiang Xuegang, a senile man, wore a Western-styled suit and a red tie. His black coat bore the pin of the Asian Communist Party. He looked-up at the gentlemen who had just entered his office. Yang Jiahao was the first to enter the room, and kowtowed to the renowned delegate on behalf of the contingent.

"Greetings, comrade. The Fatherland has sent us to further coordinate with you and the Congress more intra-political matters regarding the state of the People's Federation. We thought we'd give you a visit first."

Xuegang, obviously confused, inquired.

"What do you mean by that?"

Jiahao expounded.

"We are here to represent the intentions of the Trade and Industry Commission, the State Development Directorate, as well as the State Development and Planning Commission on behalf of the Secretary-General's Trade War with the Western nations."

Jiang Xuegang nodded. He had indeed been keeping-up with the recent developments in his homeland, and was aware of the dire situation surmounting the Pan-Asiatic States' growing economy. He recalled how the Pan-Asiatic economy's blitz of the 21st Century's market was abruptly put to a halt a little less than a week ago, when Pan-Asiatic exports began to drop in states which grew increasingly more suspicious of the motives of and uncooperative with the People's Federation, such as Allanea, United Avon, and TurtleShroom II.

Last Monday, the situation had turned for the worse almost entirely, exports dropped by a 63.8% margin, and in recognition to the crisis, the Pan-Asiatic economy's head honchos assembled through a plenary session of the State Development Directorate (SDD). Production quotas were revised and improved, problems with production were discussed. In the retail sector, standard companies were experiencing fierce competition by various Western luxury brands: such as Forever 21 and Louis Vuitton in the fashion industry, who had slashed the prices of their commodities, stealing consumer bases within the middle powers of South America and Africa. In the manufacturing sector, an over-importation of refined metals from Crysuko's SteelTech were causing multiple disruptions in the assembly line after September storms delayed their respective deliveries.

One of the State Development Directorate's clauses was, apparently, that a league be sent to assist Jiang Xuegang in Bratislava in lobbying other fellow Socialist nations for economic support and through scouting more bilateral economic liaisons with the Congress' members.

While Jiang Xuegang did indeed have issues outside of the Pan-Asiatic States to worry about, such as the intervention in Jaragupta, of equal importance was his commitment to his homeland. He invited the newly-arrived Party representatives to dine with him at the Utópia restaurant in downtown Bratislava to continue their conversation.

There was work that needed to be done.
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Press Release | Pahayag | 新闻稿

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - October 6th, 2019



ENGLISH | INGLES | 英语

RE: Imposing Economic Sanctions On the Tosdodan Kingdom of South Reinkalistan

Addressed to, Their Excellencies, Delegates of the International Socialist Congress, Socialist Union of Nations Economic Bloc, and the Srivijayan Consortium


The PEOPLE'S FEDERATION OF PAN-ASIATIC STATES, acting under the moderation of its ruling Secretary-General, Guanyu "Abra" Abramovich Jr., assembled the Executive Council this morning, 10:23 A.M, October 6th, in the Common Year 2019, at the capital of the Federation, Neo-Manila. The congregation has reached an official consensus concerning economic sanctions on the reactionary dictatorship of the Tosdodan Kingdom of South Reinkalistan, a regime that blatantly violates the fundamental patrimonic principles which the international organizations aforementioned, the International Socialist Congress, Socialist Union of Nations Economic Bloc, and the Srivijayan Consortium, have pledged to stand for.

The Executive Council reiterates its stance on the conduct of its foreign policy against absolutist states such as South Reinkalistan, that is, to rebuke any shred of legitimacy held by the empowered indigenous aristocracy. Since the dissolution of the People's Republic of South Reinkalistan in 2001, and the unlawful ascension of the House of Tunchix to political power, tensions between the Pan-Asiatic States government and the government of South Reinkalistan have never been colder.

Besides the blatant demagogy of the South Reinkalistani regime in its conduction of governance, the Executive Council also notes the persecution of various hapless underclassmen and minorities that have taken-place since the staged coup-d'etat of the monarchist entities in 2001. The current regime banks on the idea that the surplus of democratic freedoms and popularization of worker organization in the 21st Century means that the only way their elites could perpetually thrive is through the inclusion of the lower-class into political parties while preventing elections from serving as media for political reform that could otherwise hurt the interests of the wealthy.

Owing to its historical development, Communism in South Reinkalistan has actively been considered taboo by its rulers. While we have consolidated the socialist society in the Pan-Asiatic States, many nations still suffer under the despots of old. The workers of South Reinkalistan have no voice, no means to organize, and any attempts to institute socialism will be crushed savagely by the withstanding imperialist regime. We cannot wait for the gears of the international revolution to turn for the South Reinkalistani people. With our Socialist-Orientalist revolution we have proven that we could crush the capitalist oppressors here, and the Communists of the Tosdodan Kingdom will crush the oppressors in their home country, South Reinkalistan as well.

As we have stated multiple times in the past, the Orientalist regime of the Pan-Asiatic States has almost always condemned the brutish use of political suppression to enforce the imperial police state of the Tosdodan Kingdom. Despite sanctions and multiple warnings from the World Assembly, their own people, and from the People's Federation, the demagogues of South Reinkalistan refuse to acknowledge the legitimacy of the New Democracy and 21st Century political structure.

For more than a decade, the Pan-Asiatic States has employed sanctions as a policy tool in response to activities of the South Reinkalistani government and South Reinkalistani individuals. As South Reinkalistan’s political and economic crisis under the leadership of Sarkos IV Tunchix has deepened, Secretary-General Guanyu Abramovich has gradually and significantly expanded sanctions. Currently, the Ministry of Finance has sanctions on 129 South Reinkalistani or South Reinkalistani-connected individuals and the Pan-Asiatic Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revoked the travel visas of hundreds of such persons. The Secretary-General also has imposed sanctions on South Reinkalistan’s state oil company, government, central bank, gold industry, and other entities, and it is increasingly turning to secondary sanctions.

The Executive Council is committed to the sovereignty, independence, national unity, and political integrity of South Reinkalistan. The Executive Council reaffirmed its unwavering support for the rightful and legitimate aspirations of the Reinkalistani people for a peaceful, democratic, pluralistic, and inclusive society, free of any sectarianism or discrimination on any grounds, and committed to stand by them until their aspirations are fulfilled.

The treatise of the Executive Council, which shall be duly promulgated to the respective governments of the world, makes known the position and directives of the Pan-Asiatic States at the moment, which are in essence, the following:

  1. ) The Pan-Asiatic States calls-on the member-states of the International Socialist Congress, Socialist Union of Nations Economic Bloc, and the Srivijayan Consortium to effect their own sanctions on the Tosdodan Kingdom of South Reinkalistan, in the hopes that, by dislodging dictatorship from the artery of revolution, the people may emerge to flow freely through and in it.
  2. ) The Pan-Asiatic States reaffirms that by cutting off revenue derived from the export of oil and other goods, by freezing the assets of those involved in or supporting the repression of the South Reinkalistani people, and by exercising vigilance to prevent the transfer of weapons and related goods to the South Reinkalistani regime and those groups seeking to undermine the goals of the legitimate opposition, it aims to shorten the South Reinkalistani people’s suffering.
  3. ) The Pan-Asiatic States reiterates the urgency for companies in all countries to cease providing surveillance technology that could be used by the Sarkos IV Tunchix regime to restrict the free flow of information and communications within South Reinkalistan and abroad, illegitimately disrupt communications, or monitor or track individuals in South Reinkalistan. The Pan-Asiatic States is also committed to refrain from the printing or provision of currency for the South Reinkalistani government and called on all members of the international community to also cease providing this kind of economic support to the Sarkos IV Tunchix regime.






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