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Postby Unicario » Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:00 pm

Content of Tables:

1. IC -- YOU ARE HERE
2. United Nations
3. NATO
4. EU
5. OOC
6. OAS



2012, The world is enjoying a relative time of peace. The United States is pulling out of the Arab states it had invaded, Osama Bin Laden has been dead for over a year, China continues it's path of liberalism, Russia continues to manifest, the Eurozone continues at work to fix the economy, and the EU moves closer to unity.

So in this time, what nation shall lead the world to it's future?


Rules:

1. No fighting.
2. No godmodding.
3. This RP starts in July 1, 2012... everything up to this point has happened HISTORICALLY.
4. Have fun, I reserve the right to add more rules if necessary.



Players:

Unicario: The United States of America
BranchLandia: The Federal Republic of Germany
Pokemonman: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland
Imperial--Japan: The State of Israel
Costa Fiero: The Republic of Algeria
Benutanairan: The Republic of Cuba
Chinese Federation: The Russian Federation
Walrus Baron Vlad of Romania: The People's Republic of China
Almaniania: The Republic of Brazil
Absolutarch: The Arab Republic of Egypt
Gordonisia: Republic of Turkey
Slarv: Canada
Carathon: Austria




Map:
This is the Map Right Here!

(THE MAP WILL NOT SHOW ALL TERRITORIES OF A NATION -- SMALL DEPENDENCIES AND OTHER ISLANDS MAY NOT APPEAR!!



Flag Collection:
United States
Germany
United Kingdom
Israel
Algeria
Cuba
Russia
(P.R.) China
Egypt
Brasil
Turkey
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Postby Unicario » Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:11 pm

July 1, 2012

Barack Obama adjusted his cuffs from behind his desk at the Oval Office. He checked his watch and sighed. The United States continued to decline both economically, but politically too. The fact that the US Dollar continued to decline, and that his allies were seemingly turning their backs on him disturbed him dearly. He was not being assertive enough, and what was worse, his own people were starting to turn to his competition, that Republican bastard Mitt Romney.

Obama sighed and said, "I'm losing the election, the government's support, the Iraqi support, the European support, and even China doesn't care what I do." He grunted and looked over the U.S. economic plan.. He discovered that the United States 1 cent coin costed about 1.60 cents to make... That was a .60 loss with every 1 cent produced... a 1.6 for 1 ratio was not good.

He sat down and penned a law. A few hours later, he picked up and called a Democrat senator. "Do you think you might be able to do this for me?"
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Postby Costa Fiero » Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:39 pm

The Presidential Palace, Algiers, Algeria. July 1st, 2012:

"So President Morsi has been sworn in as President of Egypt." President [url=1502mcargelia2.jpg]Abdelaziz Bouteflika[/url] remarked to himself whilst reading the daily newspaper. He was sitting on a wicker chair on one of the many balconies facing the gardens at the Presidential Palace, soaking up the radiating midday heat like a lizard soaks up the sun's rays. Although he played more of a sideline role in the bloody civil war that had engulfed Algeria in the 1990's, Bouteflika was wary of Islamists. Following the removal of a friendly but unpredictable leader in Libya and having faced mass protests in Algeria over many of the same problems that other neighbouring nations faced, he was very unsure of what the future for Algeria would be and what it meant for the fragile peace between the government and the Islamists. He had increased wheat imports and made several other changes, including the removal of the emergency law which had been in use since the civil war began. He had also instigated a number of more democratic reforms to the Algerian constitution.

He had watched the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia with interest, and the uprisings in Syria, Bahrain and Libya with concern. The protests may have finished, he thought, but what else was there to come?
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Postby Imperial--japan » Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:52 pm

President Peres was looking over some files regarding the recent increasing tensions with Iran. In order to stop it from gaining nuclear weapons Israel was prepared to initiate a pre-emptive strike to stop the offending nation. Seeing how it refused to let U.N. officials into the country to observe it's "peaceful" nuclear program doesn't prove any better. However Peres wouldn't take this sitting down as he already had ambitions to restore Israel to its Pre-Six day war borders and to handle the issues with Hamas, and Palestinians.

Peres knew the Americans would stand by them, and hopefully the rest of the UN would as well when it came time to take action against Iran. Trade sanctions already proved to be pointless as those rogues don't listen to reason. For now though with the Chaos in Syria it would be a good idea to move and retake the Golan heights and capture Kunetra. However such a move could cause a diplomatic incident, but Peres knew he had to take the risk. That day he made a call to his minister of war.
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Postby Gordonisia » Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:04 pm

Prime Minister Erdogan was in a bough spot. Given its geographic location and political status, Turkey was literally and metaphorically in the middle of practically every issue regarding the Middle East. On the one hand, the U.S., Israel, and Europe expected Turkey to work with them to accomplish Western goals in the Middle East, and on the other hand, Turkey could not simply ignore its economic and cultural ties with Iran. Add to that the Kurdish insurgency. a vulnerable economy, and a military that would just love to re-take control of his government. So yeah, Erdogan was pretty royally screwed.

Still, despite all of these pressing issues, the Prime Minister was determined to not allow these meddlesome countries to push his nation around. Nor would he give his domestic enemies the chance to stab him in the back. Politics was a dangerous game, but it was a game in which Erdogan knew all of the tricks.
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Postby Absolutarch » Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:19 pm

Egypt Presidential Palace, Cairo, July 1st 2012
Mohammed Morsi sit in his chair in his office, celebrating his victory. He smiles, remember the west reaction when the candidate from Muslim Brotherhood wins the Egyptian election. They don't like it, He thinks. Of course they don't like it. They hope the next sucessor is one of they..well, something who will recognize Israel. The most afraid thing is NATO invade just because he elected as President. Second menace is...Israel. The reason why NATO hated him is because Muslim Brotherhood doesn't friendly with that meddlesome country. And of course, they was semi-theocracy of Islam. And, as far as he know, except the coup in Libya and maybe riots in Syria, all of this coup don't make US and their allies happy.
But Egypt still under anarchy. He have commited to restore back Egypt in peace, and that who will he do. It's better to hear the people demand than NATO demand. However, he has jump one big ravine: elections.
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Postby Chinese Federation » Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:52 pm

Kremlin, Moscow, the Russian Federation July 5th 2012


President Putin was a busy man; of course, being a man in his position, busy would be a euphemism. He picked up his phone and scrolled down through the never ending wall of text that was his schedule:

Tomorrow: Fly to Shanghai to conclude a trade deal with the Chinese

Day After: Fly to India to promote an arms sale worth $3.2 billion

Next Monday: Give an interview at a university in Kiev and then on the same day, fly to Berlin to attend a cultural exchange in Germany.

New Wednesday: Fly to the USA to give face time to Obama and conclude a weeklong trade deal while he’s as at it.

Next Thursday: To Tokyo and talk about economic and diplomatic issues with Yoshihiko



Next Month: Attend a debate in St. Petersburg and then fly to London to…

God damn but he was tired. So much to do, and by the looks of it, he’s well booked into the next year. He set the phone down and concentrated on the paperwork at hand: a message from the Syrian embassy.

Apparently Syria was getting nervous after it blew that Turkish jet on the border. They were inquiring as to when their order for the new anti-air defense system would be shipped to them. Dim wit Bashar and his hooligan generals, they never think before they act. No wonder they were in the mess they are in now. You don't solve your problems with guns and artillery. As his time with the KGB taught him, silent and out of sight with information and money was the way.

He grimaced. Bashar was getting too familiar for his taste, perhaps it was time to cut Russia’s ties to Syria. But then again, without Russia’s support, Syria would most definitely collapse within three months and after that, the country would be ruled by anarchy and Al-qaeda. Russia would not like that, after all, geographically speaking, Russia lived right around the block. He sighed.

“Eva, please ask Mr. Ashurbeyli and schedule a meeting sometime...let’s see…two weeks from now. Tell him it’s about the November deal.”

“Yes, Mr. President, right away”

“Oh, and Eva, bring more coffee, my cup’s bone dry”

“Immediately Mr. President”

Putin slowly rubbed his eyes and then stared at the huge pile of document in the “need to look at” pile. It’s going to be an all-nighter again. God damn but he was tired.
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Postby Carathon » Sat Jun 30, 2012 9:12 pm

Vienna Austria - July 5th 2012

A large number of matters have come to the President's attention.

One of the more important ones, was a pet project the President commissioned personally. recently. Synthetic fuel. Quite a few Synthetic fuel plants were being built in Austria. These Synthetic plants could convert biomass, coal and the like. The methods of converting biomass into fuel was still be improved on and the plants weren't going to be done for a few months now.

The minister of armaments informed him that funding was approved for a new advanced Assault rifle. The development was being done by a private company but backed with abit of government money. The President saw no problem with this.

Finally, last but by no way least, there was problems in the middle east. As usual, the President thought with a sigh. The biggest problem was that Iran was said to be developing Nuclear weapons and Israel was becoming real hostile. If it ever came to war or the U.N Peacekeeping forces stepping in, Austria was prepared to send soldiers for the UN. After all, it was dedicated to peace as much as the rest of them.
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Postby Unicario » Sun Jul 01, 2012 4:46 am

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WASHINGTON D.C.: President Barack Obama will now speak to the House of Representatives and Senate about a new bill he wishes to pass.



"Mister Vice President, Speaker, Members of the Senate and the House of Representatives. Our nation's economy has been trying to improve since I was sworn in as your President in January 2009, and after much reviewing of the United States budget and minting costs, I have determined that the United States penny is actually a worthless coin, not capable of anything worth the attention of the American people -- It costs 2.41 cents to produce just one penny. Do you realize the deficit this causes for the American people? The United States mint spends an extra 1.41 cents for each penny produced. He reached into his pocket and dropped about five pennies onto the table. "I've had these pennies longer than I've been President. These pennies cost the United States government and people 7.05 cents for just 5 pennies. Now imagine this on the scale of the American people. If each American counted in the 2010 census had one penny on them, It costs about 423million cents, which is 4.23million dollars -- 4million dollars is alot of money in this economy. And that's just one penny for each American. Americans have entire jugs of pennies -- The United States mint currently reports that 2,491 million pennies circulate through the United States -- That is $24million dollars in pennies, and costs the U.S. economy $3billion dollars with the extra money needed to produce just one coin.

So Congress, I say this. We need to abolish the penny and allow the people to melt down these coins to remove them from production. This is something America can't afford to not do with the costs on paper.

Congress clapped, and several Congressmen looked at each other with raised eyebrows.
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Postby Slarvainian » Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:20 am

Harper stood on top of parliament Hill, He was overlooking the July 1st Canada Day Parade. As soldiers in there ceremonial uniforms with bagpipes marched down the lane. The crowds cheered and waved the Red and white as a patriotic spirit filled the air. Harper sighed, what a wonderful day it was. Beside him sat the Governor General David Johnston, he clapped as the troops marched by expertly playing their instruments. It was fun and play now though work tomorrow.
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Postby Pokemonman » Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:14 am

London, United Kingdom- July 5, 2012

Prime Minister David Cameron sat at his desk, sipping out of a mug filled with earl grey tea, pondering more issues about the European Union. A few days ago, he said that he would be considering the option of strengthening relations between each of the European Union's nations in which it encompasses. However, with reservations, he said that he would consider it "when the time comes". Nations like Greece wanted the tighter unification to occur, due to their weak and struggling economy. Regardless, he wasn't sure whether he approved of it or not. Many MPs currently want the unification to occur due to "economic possibilities".

Prime Minister Cameron took another sip of tea. He shuffled the EU issue aside, looking through the neatly stacked papers on his desk. All of them looked fairly monotonous, except one that stood out. As he reviewed it, he noticed that the United States was seeing their currency deteriorate in value. "What a shame," he muttered, "...the economy isn't looking too swell, eh?" He studied the report some more and saw that the American penny cost 2.41 cents to produce. "The metal is worth 241% times the actual coin," Cameron said, "bloody marvelous". He took another sip of tea and stared at his papers for a while.
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Postby Gordonisia » Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:25 am

Prime Minister Erdogan had watched the CNN broadcast with mild interest; he doubted that saving a few billion dollars in "penny costs" would impact the U.S.'s multi-trillion dollar deficit. But it was of little concern, and the PM had his own problems to worry about. The Syrian governments recent aggression (shooting down a Turkish F-4 plane) and the rising hostility throughout the Middle East in general (and in Egypt, Israel, and Iran in particular) had convinced Erdogan that he needed to re-double the government's efforts to modernize the military.

Of course, Erdogan was reluctant to take this step; the Turkish government and its military had a... complicated relationship. He definitely did not want to encourage a coup, but he also needed to ensure the safety of his people. Erdogan sighed and turned to his secretary.

"Fatima, cancel all of my appointments for the rest of the day. I have some very important business to attend to."

"Of course, Mr. Prime Minster," Fatima replied, "What should I tell the press if they start asking questions?"

"Tell them..." Erdogan paused, trying to find the right words,"Tell them that I am going to be discussing matters of national security with Turkey's neighbors."

Erdogan then took a sip from a glass of chilled water and sat back down at his desk. He planned on calling several leaders, including Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Benjamin Netanyahu, and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. He would talk to anyone who was willing to work out a deal.

Money for weapons--it was a simple yet effective plan.
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Postby Unicario » Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:48 am

However, in the United States, not everything was a optimistic.




Colorado Springs, Colorado

The sky had been orange for several days, people moved as quick as they could in cars and on foot away from the glaring bright orange moving in from forests. The firefighters of various local departments were working hard to contain the fire -- It was far from conquered. Elsewhere, things were nearly as bad.




President Obama looked out his window at the twisted trees and rather disheveled appearance of this part of D.C. His office was barely lit, mostly by the mixture of daylight and candles. The power has been out due to the derecho's that ran through the area and several other states. He sighed and read through disaster reports. Colorado Springs was nearly on fire, Several states were in emergencies, and Florida was still dealing with the aftermath of the flooding.

He wrote to the head of the FEMA and other departments to give out disaster aid to effected areas.
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Postby Slarvainian » Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:44 pm

Ottawa Canada

As Stephen Harper just got into a car and about to leave the Canada Day Celebrations when his Foreign Minister John Barid hopped in the car as it was about to leave.

“John?” said Harper to his foreign minister.

“Mr Prime minister there has been a development with Syria” Barid replied and with that he handed a Light blue folder which was titled “UN resolution #3543” Harper read it over. A few minutes later he closed the folder and looked up at his Foreign Minister

“We will have to approach this very carefully. The last thing I want is another Afghanistan type situation where were stuck there for another 10 years.” Said Harper

“yes I understand that and agree with you fully though we still need to make a decision on this quickly, Turkey, Brittan and Egypt have already supported it and they’re waiting for a response from us .” said Barid

“Okay, were going to head back to the Hill, I am going to call a cabinet meeting then you and me are going to discuss this with Peter (peter MacKay) Julian (Julian Fantino) and are Generals. Will come to a decision in the morning” Said Harper, and with that Barid gave a curt nod and the car sped off towards the parliament building.
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Postby Unicario » Sun Jul 01, 2012 1:48 pm

Concordate of the United States government -- Official institution of claim on Antarctic Territory

As guaranteed to the United States government by the Antarctic Treaty System of 1960, The United States henceforth stakes a claim upon a piece of the Antarctic Continent. The United States was guaranteed this right by the treaty, of course.

Enclosed below is the formal claims before US entry.

We formally establish our right to rule from the New Zealander claim border, to the line demarcating into the Amundensen Sea.

Thank you,
Robert West
Provisional Department Head of Antarctic Science and Trading Government Commission
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Postby Slarvainian » Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:02 pm

Following Americas claim in the South Pole a Canadian spokes Pearson has this to say

“America has full right to state its claim over the territory in the continent of Antarctica. Canada will officially support that claim as they are one of our closest allies and what makes us such good allies is the ability to cooperate and support each other’s goals views. Canada hopes that while we support America’s claim here that they will also support our claims in the north.”
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Postby Almaniania » Sun Jul 01, 2012 4:24 pm

TIME: 08:40:00
PLACE: Brasilla, Brazil
DATE: 6, July, 2012


"I WAKE UP THE MORNIN FEELIN LIKE P-DID-"
Three smashes followed that fucking opening. I hate American music sometimes. I woke up in the morning yes, but screw that P-Diddy. He's a loser. I hate American culture so much at times... oh dear, I'm going off in a tangent again.

My name, is Dilma Rousseff. PRESIDENT Dilma Rousseff. No, not of the United States of America... the Republic of Brazil, a country where we have such culture-

"ARRRRRRIBA!"

...Not again. I looked at the window and saw another festival being held. Thank god I was up... or I would have been annoyed. No matter. It looked like another splendid day at least. Nice and sunny, not too many clouds in the sky, and I'm not in that bad a mood! I started getting dressed and turned on the TV. Apparently, Turkey is worried about Israel's assertions, Israel is calling out Iran (again) and the US is claiming a piece of Antarctica!

...Okay, now I'm in a bad mood. Seriously. What the hell America. I hate how Obama's all damn buddy buddy with the fucking Argentinians and then is like "lol nope!" to us! Come on! We're totally a fun group of people... sure we put crazy dictators in power... oh wait, no we didn't. You did America. You did.

"Shit." I muttered. Off on another tangent in my brain. Brazil recently has been doing okay. We're not in trouble with anyone, so that's a start. Plus, we've been doing good economically... so the other South American nations are kinda fearful of us. No matter... that works sometimes. However, we have gotten flak for deforestation. While I do agree we need to preserve what makes up Brazil, it's complete bull at how other nations can spew out toxins, but when we cut down some damn trees with hosts of deadly animals and fauna, it's a big fuckin deal...

And then it hit me.

Why am I listening to America? How come, they get to tell us Brazilians what to do!? And then they intervene in South America, and don't even ask us what we think!? Now that I think about it... what about the United Nations damn it!? They yell at us when we cut down a tree, and then everyone goes right ahead and builds up more ways to destroy the environment!

I sat in my office a little later still seething with rage. It's not fair! We're always held back by some foreigner! First the Portuguese... then the British... then the other South American nations... and now America. China might even become part of that... those fucking hypocrites. They could care less about the environment, as long as they can knock out potential competitors! Brazil must exert it's influence as a regional power, and show everyone else we're just as tough!

...I know just how to as well. I picked up my phone and dialed one of my assistants. I thought for a moment and nodded with a clear intention.

"Please dial the President of the United States for me." I said with a low voice. "I wish to talk to him about... a few issues."
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Postby Unicario » Sun Jul 01, 2012 4:55 pm

President Obama's telephone rang. He picked up the phone and said, "Hello?"
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Postby Dijifuji » Sun Jul 01, 2012 4:57 pm

Sebastián Piñera was sitting in his secret throne room where he made most of his important choices. The choice that was upon the president of Chile was the hardest one yet, Coke or Pepsi. After taking his time he chose Orange Fanta. His Aide, Ignacio whispered in his ear about the current state of Chile. After consulting his many Advisors, Sebastian walked over to his normal Desk and began to write up a letter to the president of Brazil, requesting a Mutual defense pact. Sebastian was concerned with the current state of Chile and the risk of Argentine aggression.

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Postby Imperial--japan » Sun Jul 01, 2012 5:00 pm

12:47 AM, July 2nd, Golan Heights.
It was a loud night in the Golan Heights as Anti-Government militia's were rampant through the area while combating Syrian military forces. However on the other side of the Israeli border thew Israeli forces were ready to move into and retake the Golan heights. The goal was for Army group A was to move down the center and draw the attention of the Syrian military forces in the area while air support destroyed any long range artillery and attacked the Syrian airfield, and supply dump near Kuneitra.

Army group B had the objective of advancing along the southern tip of the Banyas river, and digging in before moving in to the northern outskirts of Kuneitra. Army group B would be supported by medium ranged missiles and artillery to support any move against army group A's North flank.

Army group C would Move south along the Roqad river and would rival in strength to army group B and would simply stop at the end of the river, and support army group A's southern flank.

Beginning of operation Abraham.
Israeli bombers supported by a number of F-15 Boeings began their advance into the Syrian controlled Golan heights. Under the cover of darkness the stealth bombers could successfully drop their payload across the airfield. Also with Syrian attention on the rebels, jamming equipment could be utalized for electronic warfare. Across the entire front Israeli army groups, A, B, and C began to move into the Syrian controlled Golan heights. The initial stages were enjoying great success as Israeli tanks and infantry moved 7 kilometers deep in the first half hour.

6,000 Infantry
75 Merkava IV tanks
5 M109 Self propelled artillery
40 M113 troop transports
20 Boeing F-15 strike Eagles


2,500 Infantry
20 Merkava IV tanks
15 M113 Troop transports
25 M109 Self propelled Artillery
15 Boeing's
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Postby Almaniania » Sun Jul 01, 2012 5:41 pm

I waited, still quite furious. I'll show that Obama! I can handle him damn it! He's just another leader of some damn country! I'll show them all! I looked over my map and grinned evilly. I was going to invade Argentina, then Peru, then Chile, and then go North and conquer the rest of Latin America! I would become the leader of a superpower! And the United States and China? FUCK THEM! I would be able to riv-

"Hello?"

...OH SHIT HE ACTUALLY ANSWERED! OH MY GOD OH MY GOD! I THOUGHT HE WOULDN'T!

I sat there quietly, and put the phone on mute. I screamed some things that should not be repeated in Portuguese and sighed. What the hell... I thought he wouldn't give a fuck about us. I didn't think he would actually pick up! Quick, I must think of something to say... come on brain, think think...

"Oh uh... Mr. Obama. Bom Dia, from Brazil! I'm President Dilma Rousseff, from Brazil! You remember... I hope." Shit, I was losing my nerve. Que porra!? I thought I had this! I wanted to get even damn it!

...That'll work.

"Mr. President, we are concerned with our current agreements with your nation and with the United Nations." I began. Yes... I know what to say! "It seems like a lot of times, we are the only ones working to slow down our deforestation and trying to work for a more green future, and the rest of the world can do as it will without a care in the world. Our people are becoming restless with this recurring trend... I was hoping that perhaps, we can discuss a possible agreement to work on the carbon footprints that our nations leave." Now, to wait... if he says no, hang up, and... damn it I don't want to go against fucking NATO! GOD LET THIS WORK!
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Postby Unicario » Sun Jul 01, 2012 5:44 pm

President Obama said, "Alright, calm down... and yes, we can sign a treaty about eco responsibility."
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Postby Slarvainian » Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:16 pm

Imperial--japan wrote:12:47 AM, July 2nd, Golan Heights.
It was a loud night in the Golan Heights as Anti-Government militia's were rampant through the area while combating Syrian military forces. However on the other side of the Israeli border thew Israeli forces were ready to move into and retake the Golan heights. The goal was for Army group A was to move down the center and draw the attention of the Syrian military forces in the area while air support destroyed any long range artillery and attacked the Syrian airfield, and supply dump near Kuneitra.

Army group B had the objective of advancing along the southern tip of the Banyas river, and digging in before moving in to the northern outskirts of Kuneitra. Army group B would be supported by medium ranged missiles and artillery to support any move against army group A's North flank.

Army group C would Move south along the Roqad river and would rival in strength to army group B and would simply stop at the end of the river, and support army group A's southern flank.

Beginning of operation Abraham.
Israeli bombers supported by a number of F-15 Boeings began their advance into the Syrian controlled Golan heights. Under the cover of darkness the stealth bombers could successfully drop their payload across the airfield. Also with Syrian attention on the rebels, jamming equipment could be utalized for electronic warfare. Across the entire front Israeli army groups, A, B, and C began to move into the Syrian controlled Golan heights. The initial stages were enjoying great success as Israeli tanks and infantry moved 7 kilometers deep in the first half hour.


6,000 Infantry
75 Merkava IV tanks
5 M109 Self propelled artillery
40 M113 troop transports
20 Boeing F-15 strike Eagles


2,500 Infantry
20 Merkava IV tanks
15 M113 Troop transports
25 M109 Self propelled Artillery
15 Boeing's



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The phone rang once, twice, Thrice and then Harper picked up the phone

“Hello” the sleepy Prime Minister said

“Prime Minister” said a voice urgently

“ah ,yes, ah who is this.”

“McKay” said the voice

“Oh” said Harper. Then he was alert. Why in the world was his Defence Minister calling him in the middle of the night. This must be urgent. “whats up?” He asked wearily, afraid of the answer suddenly

“We think Israel just attacked Syria” said McKay

“WHAT!” Yelled Harper sitting up in bed “Are you telling me that after all those hours of preparing our governments position that they just declared war. This completely changes everything are they purposely trying to screw us over with the public” Harper yelled into the phone.

“Well I don’t think purposely though ya, they are attacking as we sit here and speak about this, so instead of speaking could you maybe give us some instructions?” said Mckay

“Okay, okay, okay. Here is what I want you to do, Organize a military meeting organize someone to come and pick me up and set our forces on high alert” said Harper

“Already done. The car is waiting outside and I’m standing in a room with the Generals now” said McKay. Harper hated it when he did this, already knew what he wanted to do. Was he really that predictable?

“Okay, I will be there in 15. See you then” said Harper and with that he got up out of bed, got dressed and headed to the car. 15 minutes later he was sitting at the head of a table discussing their options
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Postby Gordonisia » Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:36 pm

Ankara, Turkey

Prime Minister Erdogan rested his head on one hand while gulping down some coffee. He was definitely not a morning person, that's for sure. It was currently 2 a.m. in the nation's capital, and Erdogan wished more than anything he could just be back in his bed with his wife and his dreams. Instead, he was stuck in his office with half a dozen politicians and military leaders all trying to talk at once. What a great day this was turning out to be...

"Gentlemen, will you all please just STOP TALKING?" Erdogan barked. Once he had everyone's attention, the PM cleared his throat and turned to Isnet Yilnaz, the Minister of National Defense.

"Mr. Yilnaz, what is the current situation?' Erdogan asked as calmly as he could.

"Well, mister Prime Minister," Yilnaz began, "from what we have gathered, it appears that the Israeli military launched an invasion of the Golan Heights, a clear breach of Syria's sovereignty. We have no idea what their current plants are nor their exact strength, but we believe there are at least 5,000 infantry involved, as well as numerous tanks and aircraft."

Erdogan nodded before sinking into his chair. As usual, that damn "Jewish" state was causing trouble for him and his friends. Sometimes, Erdogan saw where the Iranians were coming from.

"OK, gentlemen," Erdogan addressed the whole group, "Keep me posted, but for now I need privacy, I'm going to make a few calls."

His compatriots rose and shuffled out of the office. Erdogan groaned as he took another swig of coffee. He could feel the caffeine rejuvenating him, giving him energy for the difficult task ahead.

Picking up his phone, Erdogan dialed the Prime Minster of Israel's office and waited for a reply. Once he received one, he took a deep breath and spoke.

"This is the Prime Minister of Turkye, please let Mr. Netanyahu know that I must speak with him immediately."
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Postby Unicario » Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:49 pm

Obama's red phone rang and he picked it up. It was his Department of Defense on the line. Israel attacked Syrian Golan Heights... And in the midst of a peace dealing hanging in the balance at the United Nations.

Obama sighed and adjusted his tie and went to speak to his Ministers. Israel kept getting him into shit.
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