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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 1:28 pm
by Ul Ulo
I, High-Chieftan Ululo CCLIX of Ul Ulo, support the use of slaves and will provide security to any group that needs their lands and chattel protecting. Men of Ul Ulo make the best fighters, feared throughout the world, and come at reasonable price.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 2:47 pm
by Munkcestrian Republic
Luciala wrote:Compensation can be arranged.

-President Emily Spencer

Alright. You'll have to cover:

  • the price of the slave
  • the cost of providing for the slave
  • any lost profits

George Fenwick
Lord President
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 2:51 pm
by Nouveau Quebecois
OCC: Would the Munkcestrian Republic accept pastors and religious missionaries to bless the slave traders?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 2:55 pm
by Munkcestrian Republic
Nouveau Quebecois wrote:OCC: Would the Munkcestrian Republic accept pastors and religious missionaries to bless the slave traders?

OOC: Of course, but this isn't just a thread for Munkcestrian slave trading activities. This is an alliance for all slaver nations.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:12 pm
by Luciala
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Luciala wrote:Compensation can be arranged.

-President Emily Spencer

Alright. You'll have to cover:

  • the price of the slave
  • the cost of providing for the slave
  • any lost profits

George Fenwick
Lord President
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Any lost profits could hypothetically cover an entire lifetime of labor. It would be in the seven figures and would not be a fair price at any of your own markets. These are not people legally enslaved. We are willing to compensate those holding them for their losses.

-President Emily Spencer

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:25 pm
by Munkcestrian Republic
Luciala wrote:
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Alright. You'll have to cover:

  • the price of the slave
  • the cost of providing for the slave
  • any lost profits

George Fenwick
Lord President
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Any lost profits could hypothetically cover an entire lifetime of labor. It would be in the seven figures and would not be a fair price at any of your own markets. These are not people legally enslaved. We are willing to compensate those holding them for their losses.

-President Emily Spencer

Well, it's that or they stay enslaved. I don't make the rules.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:31 pm
by Luciala
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Luciala wrote:
Any lost profits could hypothetically cover an entire lifetime of labor. It would be in the seven figures and would not be a fair price at any of your own markets. These are not people legally enslaved. We are willing to compensate those holding them for their losses.

-President Emily Spencer

Well, it's that or they stay enslaved. I don't make the rules.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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The rules? We are discussing people taken illegally. We are making inquiries into the welfare of our own citizens who do not belong with you but home with their families. You tell us smugly that they're better off but also that you don't know who you have. We are trying to settle this peacefully, not rush to war. You would charge anyone far less at any market in your country. Less than the initial sale price.

-President Emily Spencer

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:36 pm
by Redemption States
My dear Lord Fenwick,

We wish to join.

Your friend and ally,

Sheldon Longstreet,
President of the Confederation

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:42 pm
by Munkcestrian Republic
Redemption States wrote:My dear Lord Fenwick,

We wish to join.

Your friend and ally,

Sheldon Longstreet,
President of the Confederation

OOC: Gone for 8 years and 1 day! :eek: Welcome back.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:46 pm
by Redemption States
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Redemption States wrote:My dear Lord Fenwick,

We wish to join.

Your friend and ally,

Sheldon Longstreet,
President of the Confederation

OOC: Gone for 8 years and 1 day! :eek: Welcome back.


OOC: Thank you!

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:50 pm
by Redemption States
Luciala wrote:
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Well, it's that or they stay enslaved. I don't make the rules.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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The rules? We are discussing people taken illegally. We are making inquiries into the welfare of our own citizens who do not belong with you but home with their families. You tell us smugly that they're better off but also that you don't know who you have. We are trying to settle this peacefully, not rush to war. You would charge anyone far less at any market in your country. Less than the initial sale price.

-President Emily Spencer


Mostly for amusement, a trade magazine for the slavers' profession posted an appraisal of Emily Spencer which valued her at the absurdly low price of $37. A courtesy copy was mailed to her and to George Fenwick.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 4:09 pm
by Munkcestrian Republic

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 4:56 pm
by Indotsina
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Joint Resolution of the National Assembly of Indotsina


The National Assembly declares that: owing to government policies of enslaving any persons who illegally reside in the Nation of Indotsina without permission, in addition to indiscriminately placing into involuntary bondage the Chinese and all non-Cebuano persons born on the island of Mindanao, befriending other nations with similar policies is a priority for the diplomatic services of Indotsina.

The National Assembly thus recognizes the importance of aligning with the Pro-Slavery Alliance to shield the nation from any radically opposed nations who stand in clear opposition to the institution of slavery allowing for the growth of the Indotsinan economy and common prosperity, which would by extension threaten grave harm to the markets of Indotsinan exports and the entire economy.

The National Assembly in accordance ratifies and enacts the decision made by the government, as such, that membership into the Pro-Slavery Alliance should be officially sought - in the name of protecting the interests of all public and private practicers and benefiters.

Passed by the National Assembly of Indotsina

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:08 pm
by American Princedoms
It is frankly absurd to refer to the reaction of a nation to the enslavement of its citizens as "bullying". Any such nation would be well within its rights to forgoe all negotiations and intervene militarily to secure the liberty of its citizens without compensation.

-Jointly issued by President Wake and King Theodore II

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:19 pm
by Munkcestrian Republic
American Princedoms wrote:It is frankly absurd to refer to the reaction of a nation to the enslavement of its citizens as "bullying". Any such nation would be well within its rights to forgoe all negotiations and intervene militarily to secure the liberty of its citizens without compensation.

-Jointly issued by President Wake and King Theodore II

None of the examples we provided were from nations that had citizens enslaved in Munkchester.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:42 pm
by Nazi Jinland Empire
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Jinlandish mans are supportive toward slavery friendship. Forced labor are good statistics to studies indictator discussion on how to deal correctly toward chinese mans agriculturalist fellah. In behalf for Jinlandish mans are Li Keyong representing the member of Jinland to slavery alliance group.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:45 pm
by Ecofasciste Archipel
Although we are not a major slaver nation, the Deep Council of Ecological Fascism reserves the right to sell political prisoners, whether for hard currency or for a barter deal.

With the stipulation that all coerced labor is owned by the State, and there are no slaves in private hands in the Ecofascist Archipel, we would like to sign a defensive pact and gain access for our exports of convicted traitors.

- Supreme Leader Augusta Sargasso

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 6:49 pm
by Nouveau Quebecois
Premier Cédric Lésage
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Office of Global Affairs, Greater Montréal Region, New Québec.
Sent: August 30, 1996.
Greetings, Lord President George Fenwick II, or to whom it may concern,

The New Quebec State is wholly impressed by the gallantry and determination of the Government of Munkchester in their pious fight for eternal sovereignty.

Following the Munkchestrian show of force against the international tyranny of the Lucialans, pious Quebec would be remiss to not voice their full support of Lord President Fenwick II and his actions to defend his national sovereignty and uphold the Munkchestrian state as well as it's interests.

Though we must be honest and clear that we are repulsed by the act of slavery, such affairs can most certainly be overlooked.

The New Quebec State wishes to join the Pro-Slavery Alliance as an observer or non-participant role. Additionally, Quebecois Religious Missionaries hope to be dispatched to bring faith and fidelity alongside Munkchestrian 'Slavers' in their economic ventures. We hope to participate in allegiance with Munkchester in the diplomatic frenzy against the Lucialan oppressors who wish to enact their rule abroad.

We hope to hear from you or your government with haste.

God and Sovereignty Forever, Lord President.

Prayerfully yours in Christ,
~ Premier of New Québec, Reverend Cédric Lésage.

[Stamp - Church of Montreal Post] [5¢] || The enclosed cannot contain cash, jewellery, or any religous artifacts pertaining to Christianity.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 7:17 pm
by Mioktopia
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Mioktopia wrote:Ok

Are you saying you wish to join?

Yes.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 8:24 pm
by Muskegonia
The Free State of Muskegonia wishes to join this alliance of nations. The peculiar institution of slavery, odious as it may seem to uneducated outsiders, is part of the bedrock of our nation. To remove that keystone would be to inflict all the sufferings of anarchy on the whole of the population, free and slave. Any efforts by foreign meddlers to assault the institution of slavery must be resisted.

With the approval of the Senate,
President Leland Newton
[Signed]

PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 9:58 pm
by American Princedoms
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
None of the examples we provided were from nations that had citizens enslaved in Munkchester.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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This is of no consequence, so long as citizens of other nations are being enslaved. Such activity is a threat to all sovereign nations. What a nation does to its own people is its own business, to an extent. What it does to foreigners is very much the business of of foreigners.

-Jointly issued by President Wake and King Theodore II

PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:47 am
by Munkcestrian Republic
Nazi Jinland Empire wrote:(Image)

Jinlandish mans are supportive toward slavery friendship. Forced labor are good statistics to studies indictator discussion on how to deal correctly toward chinese mans agriculturalist fellah. In behalf for Jinlandish mans are Li Keyong representing the member of Jinland to slavery alliance group.

We thank the Jinlandish people for their support.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:51 am
by Munkcestrian Republic
Nouveau Quebecois wrote:snip

OOC: it's just George Fenwick, George Fenwick II is his son ;) I'll get an IC response up soon.

PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2019 6:13 am
by Nouveau Quebecois
Munkcestrian Republic wrote:
Nouveau Quebecois wrote:snip

OOC: it's just George Fenwick, George Fenwick II is his son ;) I'll get an IC response up soon.

OOF

PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2019 6:47 am
by Munkcestrian Republic
Muskegonia wrote:
The Free State of Muskegonia wishes to join this alliance of nations. The peculiar institution of slavery, odious as it may seem to uneducated outsiders, is part of the bedrock of our nation. To remove that keystone would be to inflict all the sufferings of anarchy on the whole of the population, free and slave. Any efforts by foreign meddlers to assault the institution of slavery must be resisted.

With the approval of the Senate,
President Leland Newton
[Signed]

We thank you for your support and have added you to the member list.

George Fenwick
Lord President
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