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On 8/23/2018 at 9:45 AM, Kingthero said:

SOLDIER STATUS:

 

Japan attempts another push, but fails again! They lose 2,000 men to our 0 American and 1,000 French.

 

Pushing out of Niigata is stalled due to weather issues.

 

We begin to slowly push into Ibaraki and Tochigi, but only make it five to ten miles before stalling again. We lost 500 Americans and 500 French to the Japanese 2,000.

 

Japan still refuses to surrender, though there are super high levels of unrest.

 

A full scale invasion follows the bombings and smaller pushes, and succeeds! We have pushed sixty miles, and are near the city the Tokyo. We have reached their outer-Tokyo defenses, which consist of trenches and pillboxes. The Japanese lose 3,500 troops while the Americans lose 1,000 and the French lose 500.

 

It is predicted the war will end within the next three years.

 

Active- 19,500 (9,500 in the Pacific Front and 10,000 protecting bases)

Active Reserve- 67,000 (Ready for Invasions)

Inactive Reserve- 40,000 (Are ready to be deployed.)

Navy: 50 ships.

French: 22,000 Men + Naval support

Japanese: ~63,500 men left on Japanese mainland.

 

WAR POPULARITY:

 

War popularity took another small hit, and is now around 76%.

 

You can do your last war turn now.

 

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State of the Union for Election of 1932
 

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National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Germany, Great Britain, United States, France, Mexico, Austria, Japan, Sweden, Spain.

Military Strength: Our professional army is ~10,000 men and 50 ships, with a reserve army of ~107,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently at war with the Japanese Empire. We are winning this war, and it is us, the French, and the Chinese against just Japan.

Military: Our military is active. Our navy is fully deployed around Japan, obstructing supply lines to Korea and protecting our invasion and supply lines. We control a front starting five miles from inner Tokyo, and going diagonal at a 40 degree angle northwest. We have87,000 troops in the fight, and the French have 22,000 in the fight, against a force of 63,500 Japanese soldiers.

Economy: The economy stagnates at the level after the boost.

Trade: We trade 25% with non-European powers, 17% with Britain, 15% with Germany, 20% with France, and 23% with other non-radical European powers. Trade stays about the same.

Budget: Our budget is currently in a deficit, with 0% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by never. Our budget consists of the income of 35% taxes 41% tariff 11% overseas territories/canals and 13% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 75% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure and 0% debt repayment. We are spending 5% over our budget.

Social Harmony: The country is united strongly during our defensive war against the Japanese Empire, though there are beginning to be anti-war grumbles.

Immigration: Immigration takes another hit. We are no longer the 1# immigration power.

Mood of the people: People are happy in the sense they are proud of their country's goals, and they are united behind the Government.

Party Power: Liberals take the Senate, while Conservatives make small gains in the House.

Popularity of the Incumbent: The president is very popular, ending midterms with a 69% approval rating and 28% disapproval rating.

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Name and office:

Age:

Party:

Resident state: 

VP nominee: 

Key Issue to Defend in Theoretical Debate:

Platform (see State of the Union):

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Name and office: John Turner Sen for NH

Age: 39

Party: Liberal Party 

Resident state: New Hampshire

VP nominee: Sen Mark Tompson from Tennessee

Key Issue to Defend in Theoretical Debate: Reduce Taxs and Tariffs, Social rights and anti war.

Platform (see State of the Union):

Military Strength: No need for more soldiers, the american army should be modernized but not with public funds.

Foreign Affairs: End rapidly the war and find the terms of a good agreement, oppose any conscription which is nothing more than the enslavement of free men.

Economy: REDUCE TAXS AND TARIFFS! We're missing so much economic gains.

Trade: Time to devellop international free-trade to devellop our economy.

Social Harmony: Improve Black's civil rights, improve women's civil rights, end any kind of criminal mistreatment from the law against minorities wathever their cultures or religions are as it is anti freedom, and for the religious people, anti-christian.

Immigration: It's time to be back the 1st immigration country of the world. The more immigrants we have, the more workers we have, and the richer we are.

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Name and office: Gov. Patricia Swan

Age: 42

Party: Liberal

Resident state: Minnesota

VP nominee: Sen. Robert Ericksen (L-SC)

Key Issue to Defend in Theoretical Debate: Swan Plan for American Prosperity

Platform (see State of the Union):

 

National Strength: Not much to say here, Japan is sinking while we are rising. 

Military Strength: Our army is tiny compared to Europe. Our reserves outnumber our regular army nearly 10-1. We need to call up some of these reserves to help us in Japan when we'll need to provide for their defense for a time. 

Foreign Affairs: The Liberal party is concerned about the amount of influence we may have unwisely given China. They have taken Korea and likely aren't going to give it back. We need to use economic projects and sanctions against the Chinese for this action. At this point in the war, there is little more they can offer us. Offer the "Swan Plan", a total economic plan for Japan based on three principles: pro-Americanism, free trade, and small business. American money in Japan will flow directly to the pockets of the Japanese people, not the wealthy that will try to push itself to the front. We will set up a free trade agreement with the new Japanese government favorable to American interests. We don't want our money going to the wrong people in Japan, which is why we will need to keep the peace on the island for at least ten years, perhaps longer. We would ask that Congress advise us on this issue as well.

Military: Use what power we have with our navy to bombard Japanese positions. More on this if I get elected, but I would consult military officials on more of what to do.

Economy: This was always going to be a problem, and the administration has little to deal with it. They haven't even attempted at forming a coherent economic plan, which is what we have done. Free trade agreements with Canada and Mexico are a must, as cross-border trade is very important to border states like Maine, Texas and more. Conservatives would be foolish to block plans like these, as they would be greatly beneficial to the American people. New Hampshire Sen. Turner says that we should lower taxes and tariffs. However, where would we get the money from? We need to have common-sense economic plans. We continue to need tariffs against countries that don't sign free trade agreements. If we lower taxes and tariffs, we would run out of money as a government and our debt would continue to balloon. His plans belong outside of the Liberal Party, as the war is still popular and is near its end. His kind of radical thinking belongs with the Socialists. Conservatives are no better, and have offered little to help the American consumer. With our free trade agreements with Mexico, Canada, and in the future, Japan, we could foster American prosperity for decades. 

Trade: Not much to say here that wasn't expressed above.

Budget: Unfortunately, this was not really avoidable. We couldn't stop spending money on the war, when Japan started it. We take as much guilt for this as the Conservatives.

Social Harmony: Gov. Swan will try to help the Conservatives against the anti-war movement. Japan started this, and we have a duty to end it. We cannot stop a war we have nearly finished.

Immigration: If people don't want to come here, we will not make them. We are happy with those that do want to come here.

Mood of the people: Liberals have been trusted, despite all of the Conservative slides against us, to help run the government in wartime. We are glad that they have entrusted us with a duty, and we will continue to serve them proudly.

Party Power: Socialists are failing badly, which could prove trouble in the sense that we have power in the House because of divided government.

Popularity of the Incumbent: The only thing we will hit the President on is his seeking a third term. Liberal presidents, no matter how popular, never ran for a third term. No matter if there was a war or not, they did not run for a third term. There are many people in Washington who could pick up the torch if he was defeated.

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On 8/23/2018 at 11:11 AM, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Economy: We need to get the economy booming again. I would love to see respective measures for our economy and budget and potential bills for congress being developed by my advisory council and Vice President Hillsbury

The Economic Platform of the Conservative Party will be to FINALLY denationalize the Shipping Industry in order to make our profits from Free Trade more robust as well as cut regulations on businesses interested in developing in newly incorporated places of our nation as well as tax breaks for arms and automakers producing war-related products.

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33 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

The Economic Platform of the Conservative Party will be to FINALLY denationalize the Shipping Industry in order to make our profits from Free Trade more robust as well as cut regulations on businesses interested in developing in newly incorporated places of our nation as well as tax breaks for arms and automakers producing war-related products.

OOC: Awesome, thanks. To be honest economically I am not such an expert to deliver good solutions 

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1932 Election

Welcome to the election of 1932! This election, we see a two-term President reaching for a third term, which was hit on by the Liberals. While he is still very popular, the Liberals hit him in a very solid campaign that could cost him re-election.

 

Primaries

We had one significant primary, that being in the Liberal Party.

 

Yet again, it is Turner representing Libertarian-like ideals challenging the Liberal establishment. While Turner may have a tiny bit more support, his opponent had a extremely solid platform that cemented her primary win. Her being a female cost her some votes, but she still championed through with a decent margin.

 

Swan: 66%

 

Turner: 34%

 

General Election Round 1

 

Talbot/Hillsbury (Con) 311 EV 51% PV [All States but the ones below. (Including CU, PR)]

Swan/Ericksen (Lib) 254 EV 43% PV [ME, NH, VT, RI, NY, OH, MI, AZ, NM, LA, MS, AL, NV, ID, MT, WY, UT, CO, SD, NE, KS, HI, AK, MN, IA, NJ, DE, FL]

Thomas/Maurer (Soc) 0 EV 6% PV

 

Region Breakdown (Pop Vote)

 

New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Shipping, War, Trade

Industrial Centers (NY, PA, OH, IL) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Trade, Labor

Industrial Midwest (WI, MI, IN) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Trade, Economy

West Coast (CA, OR, WA) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: Immigration, War, Morality

Southwest (AZ, NM, OK, TX) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Economy, Immigration

Southern Outskirts (LA, AR, MO, KY, WV, MD) :  Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Morality, Economy

Deep South (MS, AL, GA) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: Economy, Labor, War

Upper South (SC, NC, VA, TN) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Economy, War, Trade

West (NV, ID, MT, WY, UT, CO, ND, SD, NE, KS) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Immigration, Natives

Non-Continentals (HI, CU, PR, AK) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Trade, Government Efficiency

Swing States (MN, IA, NJ, DE, FL) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Economy, Trade

 

Congress

Liberal 52/104 Senate 48% US Rep

Conservatives 52/104 Senate 47% US Rep

Socialists 0/104 Senate 5% US Rep

RP Note: The Senate is split, while the Liberals take a plurality in the House.

 

@Conservative Elector 2 events tomorrow

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51 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1932 Election

Welcome to the election of 1932! This election, we see a two-term President reaching for a third term, which was hit on by the Liberals. While he is still very popular, the Liberals hit him in a very solid campaign that could cost him re-election.

 

Primaries

We had one significant primary, that being in the Liberal Party.

 

Yet again, it is Turner representing Libertarian-like ideals challenging the Liberal establishment. While Turner may have a tiny bit more support, his opponent had a extremely solid platform that cemented her primary win. Her being a female cost her some votes, but she still championed through with a decent margin.

 

Swan: 66%

 

Turner: 34%

 

General Election Round 1

 

Talbot/Hillsbury (Con) 311 EV 51% PV [All States but the ones below. (Including CU, PR)]

Swan/Ericksen (Lib) 254 EV 43% PV [ME, NH, VT, RI, NY, OH, MI, AZ, NM, LA, MS, AL, NV, ID, MT, WY, UT, CO, SD, NE, KS, HI, AK, MN, IA, NJ, DE, FL]

Thomas/Maurer (Soc) 0 EV 6% PV

 

Region Breakdown (Pop Vote)

 

New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Shipping, War, Trade

Industrial Centers (NY, PA, OH, IL) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Trade, Labor

Industrial Midwest (WI, MI, IN) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Trade, Economy

West Coast (CA, OR, WA) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: Immigration, War, Morality

Southwest (AZ, NM, OK, TX) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Economy, Immigration

Southern Outskirts (LA, AR, MO, KY, WV, MD) :  Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Morality, Economy

Deep South (MS, AL, GA) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: Economy, Labor, War

Upper South (SC, NC, VA, TN) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Economy, War, Trade

West (NV, ID, MT, WY, UT, CO, ND, SD, NE, KS) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Immigration, Natives

Non-Continentals (HI, CU, PR, AK) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Trade, Government Efficiency

Swing States (MN, IA, NJ, DE, FL) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: War, Economy, Trade

 

Congress

Liberal 52/104 Senate 48% US Rep

Conservatives 52/104 Senate 47% US Rep

Socialists 0/104 Senate 5% US Rep

RP Note: The Senate is split, while the Liberals take a plurality in the House.

 

@Conservative Elector 2 events tomorrow

OOC: Is the Soc Lab Party ever going to recover or should I just stop bothering?

Thomas and his running mate thank all the people who voted for both the Socialist Labor Presidential Ticket and their Congressional Candidates, they also congratulate the President on his reelection.

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I thank the people who voted for me again and I intend not seeking another term. In fact without the ongoing war I would have already retired.

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10 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

OOC: Is the Soc Lab Party ever going to recover or should I just stop bothering?

Thomas and his running mate thank all the people who voted for both the Socialist Labor Presidential Ticket and their Congressional Candidates, they also congratulate the President on his reelection.

Right now, it seems to be reflecting the trend of the irl socialist party.

 

Your party has been hurt by:

 

1. The War- it was extremely profitable and popular for both the employers and employees, so they saw anti-war movements as a threat to their wages/profit.

 

2. A more safe workplace- unlike our real timeline, workplace safety is much higher, and various other labor issues are slightly higher.

 

3. Moralism- Unlike our timeline, America is much more creationist and religious, which dampens your social platform.

 

4. Anti-socialist attacks by both main parties.

 

Overall, your party had its large surge a few elections ago due to the rise of the economy seemingly uncontrollably, but after other administrations got the work done many people didn't see a need for your message.

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State of the Union after the Election of 1932

 

National Strength: We rank 4th in the list of the top 10 countries: Russia, Germany, Great Britain, United States, France, Mexico, Austria, Sweden, Spain, Canada.

Military Strength: Our professional army is ~20,000 men and 50 ships, with a reserve army of ~107,000 men solely for defense. We have naval bases in Hawaii, Cuba, Panama, St. Pierre and Miquelon, and American Polynesia.

Foreign Affairs: We are currently at war with the Japanese Empire. We are winning this war, and it is us, the French, and the Chinese against just Japan.

Military: Our military is active. Our navy is fully deployed around Japan, obstructing supply lines to Korea and protecting our invasion and supply lines. We control a front starting five miles from inner Tokyo, and going diagonal at a 40 degree angle northwest. We have 127,000 troops in the fight, and the French have 22,000 in the fight, against a force of 63,500 Japanese soldiers.

Economy: The economy stagnates at the level after the boost.

Trade: We trade 25% with non-European powers, 17% with Britain, 15% with Germany, 20% with France, and 23% with other non-radical European powers. Trade stays about the same.

Budget: Our budget is currently in a deficit, with 0% of our spending going to paying off our debt, aimed to be paid off by never. Our budget consists of the income of 35% taxes 41% tariff 11% overseas territories/canals and 13% nationalized industries, and the expenditure of 75% military 10% gov. upkeep 20% infrastructure and 0% debt repayment. We are spending 5% over our budget.

Social Harmony: The country is united strongly during our defensive war against the Japanese Empire, though there are beginning to be anti-war grumbles.

Immigration: Immigration takes another hit. We are no longer the 1# immigration power.

Mood of the people: People are happy in the sense they are proud of their country's goals, and they are united behind the Government.

Party Power: Senate is tied, while the House has a Liberal plurality.

 

Events and Decisions for March 1933 - March 1937 for Pres. Talbot @Conservative Elector 2

1) 'Lame Duck Months'

While nobody is using this as an argument against your own administration, some people are concerned that there is too much time between election results and inauguration.

 

Do you agree with these sentiments, and would you agree to ending your term at whatever date you/Congress decide to make?

2) Hokkaido requests money to build infrastructure

As they are a brand new nation, they request money to build infrastructure so that they can build their country to be on par with their neighbors.

3) Veteran Aid

Veterans from past brief military operations, along with veterans of this war, are requesting that the Government help them re-integrate into the country.

4) D.C. Completion

Engineers have created a miracle, finishing the new capital for all to see. Tourism industries seem to be wanting to expand heavily in the new area, but since it is a Federal area, what rules/regulations does the President see fit with tourism industries in the area? 

5) Chinese Fascism

As the Generals have been taking more and more control over Chinese land, they have officially overthrown the Chinese Emperor, making China a Fascist Military Junta. They wish to speak with us about the War and the future peace deal.

6) Military Technology

Technology has not been progressing, however they have officially tested gas and chemical weapons towards humans/crops.

7) Shipping Industry

The Shipping Industry being nationalized yet again was brought up in the campaign trail. Does the President wish to push for official denationalization?

😎 Entertainment Surge

Entertainments, such as movies, radio, early television, have become very popular. There are multiple requests to create some form of Federal regulations for these materials, as these will most always be in more than one State, in order to create efficiency and protect morals.

9) Japanese War

President, it is time to make your next move. Utilize information provided in the past to aid your decision. The front is still the same; however the additional 40k reserves have arrived.

10) Free

Anything not included here you wish to implement?

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17 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1) 'Lame Duck Months'

While nobody is using this as an argument against your own administration, some people are concerned that there is too much time between election results and inauguration.

Do you agree with these sentiments, and would you agree to ending your term at whatever date you/Congress decide to make?

I do agree with these sentiments and I present as solution moving the inauguration date to January 20th. I am also willing to end my term more quickly since I was only pursued to seek another term without wanting it in any way, because I still believe no one should serve more than two terms.

21 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

2) Hokkaido requests money to build infrastructure

As they are a brand new nation, they request money to build infrastructure so that they can build their country to be on par with their neighbors.

We will aid them, especially when the war has ended. I instruct my advisers to prepare trade agreements, since I believe this is a brilliant opportunity to help a new ally. We will not just help financially but we will also send (military) experts to their country in order provide them the best and most efficient solutions directly. We need a loyal ally in Asia, especially when China is turning fascist. 

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3) Veteran Aid

Veterans from past brief military operations, along with veterans of this war, are requesting that the Government help them re-integrate into the country.

It is our most important duty to protect those, who protected our country during the darkest hours. We will raise military loans by additional 15% in order to cope with the declining numbers of soldiers and to make the military attractive to those who are not wounded. We instruct state governments to create job programs for skilled veterans. State government could advise firms to hire the most qualified veterans. In addition state agencies could pick the best people for their open jobs as well.

I also order the creation of a military pension of 500 dollars a month (is this realistic back in 1933 @Kingthero) for the people who served the country well. 

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4) D.C. Completion

Engineers have created a miracle, finishing the new capital for all to see. Tourism industries seem to be wanting to expand heavily in the new area, but since it is a Federal area, what rules/regulations does the President see fit with tourism industries in the area? 

We must use the full potential, therefore I order to drop all business regulations for this area. We only need to make sure that safety is guaranteed to the visitors. 

I also order the creation of the D.C. Police department and I intend to hire veterans for it first. 

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5) Chinese Fascism

As the Generals have been taking more and more control over Chinese land, they have officially overthrown the Chinese Emperor, making China a Fascist Military Junta. They wish to speak with us about the War and the future peace deal.

We are always open for talks and I am curious  on what they want to talk about. Talking with fascists might be the only way to get to know what they are planning. We will again stress the idea of an independent Korea and I order to reach out testing the waters for a potential increase in trade.

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6) Military Technology

Technology has not been progressing, however they have officially tested gas and chemical weapons towards humans/crops.

We will again pay a visit to the research facilities in order to talk about the delay and in order to stress the need of using the federal aid more efficiently.

I happy to hear that gas has been tested now, but I still refuse to order the use on people of course. However, begin to prepare using gas against crops.

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7) Shipping Industry

The Shipping Industry being nationalized yet again was brought up in the campaign trail. Does the President wish to push for official denationalization?

Of course I do, advised by my good friend Vice President Hillsbury this is a very good possibility to get things done actually. We need to make free trade robust.

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😎 Entertainment Surge

Entertainments, such as movies, radio, early television, have become very popular. There are multiple requests to create some form of Federal regulations for these materials, as these will most always be in more than one State, in order to create efficiency and protect morals.

I order regulations on things containing sexual or racist content. Therefore I order to ban pornography in any form, especially if it contains violations of the rights of children and animals.

I also order a ban on minors purchasing explicit things which are not officially banned.

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9) Japanese War

President, it is time to make your next move. Utilize information provided in the past to aid your decision. The front is still the same; however the additional 40k reserves have arrived.

Beside the gas attacks on crops, I also order the newly arrived reserves to take fully part in the Operation Dawn in order to capture Tokyo. Bombing the port cities, air attacks and dropping propaganda will continue as I ordered in my last post. Use the land we occupied already to make our air planes more efficient and to get behind their trenches.

44 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

10) Free

Anything not included here you wish to implement?

I want to see regulations cut on businesses interested in developing in newly incorporated places of our nation.

I also want to achieve tax breaks for arms and automakers producing war-related products.

Another idea I am pursuing is to prepare creating the League of Nations, an organization led by the spirit of freedom and democracy of the United States in order to prevent any future wars. The Japanese aggression has showed us that we need an organization focused on economical development, increased trade and resolving territorial disputes. Therefore I want to speak to representatives of our most loyal allies first, in order to advertise our ideas.

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A former soldier of African American heritage and Protector of the Free World medal recipient Leroy D. Upton (1897-1982) was elected Governor of North Carolina.

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Congress @Hestia11 @MBDemSoc and VP Tiebreak (just in case) @Reagan04

 

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I do agree with these sentiments and I present as solution moving the inauguration date to January 20th. I am also willing to end my term more quickly since I was only pursued to seek another term without wanting it in any way, because I still believe no one should serve more than two terms.

This would be an amendment to change the date to January 20th for Presidential inauguration, and if not already, Congress for January 3rd.

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We will aid them, especially when the war has ended. I instruct my advisers to prepare trade agreements, since I believe this is a brilliant opportunity to help a new ally. We will not just help financially but we will also send (military) experts to their country in order provide them the best and most efficient solutions directly. We need a loyal ally in Asia, especially when China is turning fascist. 

This would be a bill to appropriate funds to the new State of Hokkaido

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I also order the creation of a military pension of 500 dollars a month (is this realistic back in 1933 @Kingthero) for the people who served the country well. 

Self-explanatory

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Of course I do, advised by my good friend Vice President Hillsbury this is a very good possibility to get things done actually. We need to make free trade robust.

Another vote to denationalize the Shipping industry

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I order regulations on things containing sexual or racist content. Therefore I order to ban pornography in any form, especially if it contains violations of the rights of children and animals.

Federal Regulations on viewing material pt. 1

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I also order a ban on minors purchasing explicit things which are not officially banned.

Federal Regulations on viewing material pt. 2

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I want to see regulations cut on businesses interested in developing in newly incorporated places of our nation.

Regulations cuts on Non-Continental States

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I also want to achieve tax breaks for arms and automakers producing war-related products.

Tax cuts on arms/auto manufacturers

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Another idea I am pursuing is to prepare creating the League of Nations, an organization led by the spirit of freedom and democracy of the United States in order to prevent any future wars. The Japanese aggression has showed us that we need an organization focused on economical development, increased trade and resolving territorial disputes. Therefore I want to speak to representatives of our most loyal allies first, in order to advertise our ideas.

League of Nations

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29 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

Congress @Hestia11 @MBDemSoc and VP Tiebreak (just in case) @Reagan04

 

This would be an amendment to change the date to January 20th for Presidential inauguration, and if not already, Congress for January 3rd.

This would be a bill to appropriate funds to the new State of Hokkaido

Self-explanatory

Another vote to denationalize the Shipping industry

Federal Regulations on viewing material pt. 1

Federal Regulations on viewing material pt. 2

Regulations cuts on Non-Continental States

Tax cuts on arms/auto manufacturers

League of Nations

The Socialist Labor Party will vote for the moving of the inauguration and Congressional start dates. 

The Socialist Labor Party will vote for giving funds to the State of Hokkaido.

The Socialist Labor Party will vote for the creation of a military pension.

The Socialist Labor Party will obviously not vote in favour of the denationalization of the shipping industry.

The Socialist Labor Party will not vote in favour of legislation of banning pornography which depicts two or more consenting legal adults engaged in sexual intercourse but will vote in favour of banning pornography which features subjects which cannot consent.

The Socialist Labor Party would vote for this legislation if it was more specific but it can not based on the very vague wording of it.

The Socialist Labor Party will vote against legislation which cuts regulations in any area of the US.

The Socialist Labor Party will vote against legislation which cuts taxes for any large businesses or corporations.

The Socialist Labor Party will vote in favour of the creation of a League of Nations as it is an ideally originally floated by the Socialist Labor Party and are glad that the President has come to see sense on the issue.

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57 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

This would be an amendment to change the date to January 20th for Presidential inauguration, and if not already, Congress for January 3rd.

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Liberals back this plan, agreeing that the lame duck months are difficult for new administrations

58 minutes ago, Kingthero said:
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We will aid them, especially when the war has ended. I instruct my advisers to prepare trade agreements, since I believe this is a brilliant opportunity to help a new ally. We will not just help financially but we will also send (military) experts to their country in order provide them the best and most efficient solutions directly. We need a loyal ally in Asia, especially when China is turning fascist. 

 

We hesitantly back this plan, but we warn that Hokkaido itself isn't all that powerful, and we will need to send vastly more funds to the rest of Japan when the time comes.

58 minutes ago, Kingthero said:
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I also order the creation of a military pension of 500 dollars a month (is this realistic back in 1933 @Kingthero) for the people who served the country well. 

 

Liberals agree to this plan as well, but we can't help but wonder where the government plans to get this money from.

59 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

Another vote to denationalize the Shipping industry

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Liberals plan to vote against this bill. The shipping industry needs to be protected against volatile industry tactics, which can be best covered by the government.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

Federal Regulations on viewing material pt. 1

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Liberals would like to amend this bill if at all possible. We would like to allow pornography as long as they are consenting adults. We have not really seen this as an issue pop up in our nation and are surprised at Conservative attempts to make it one.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:
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I also order a ban on minors purchasing explicit things which are not officially banned.

 

We would like them to say what these things are, as this isn't very specific at all.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:
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I want to see regulations cut on businesses interested in developing in newly incorporated places of our nation.

 

We want safety regulations to remain in place. Beyond that, Liberals would vote for the bill, and we want a sunset clause that ends this cut in 8 years time.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:
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I also want to achieve tax breaks for arms and automakers producing war-related products.

 

We will not give tax breaks to wealthy people that can already afford it. If there is reason to believe that they can't, then we will talk, but as long as they are wealthy and able to produce these goods, we aren't going to make it easier for them to hold their money in a stash.

1 hour ago, Kingthero said:
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Another idea I am pursuing is to prepare creating the League of Nations, an organization led by the spirit of freedom and democracy of the United States in order to prevent any future wars. The Japanese aggression has showed us that we need an organization focused on economical development, increased trade and resolving territorial disputes. Therefore I want to speak to representatives of our most loyal allies first, in order to advertise our ideas.

 

We are interested in hearing on exactly who would be willing to join this type of organization. If countries that will join it won't actually hold any power, there isn't a reason to have it. We endorse exploratory looks at the idea, but would want to vote on a more concrete idea later.

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36 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Liberals would like to amend this bill if at all possible. We would like to allow pornography as long as they are consenting adults. We have not really seen this as an issue pop up in our nation and are surprised at Conservative attempts to make it one.

The Conservative Party stands for protecting values. Therefore we have to protect our children by an advancing media world. We see a difference between a movie consisting sex scenes as well (as an adult you should be able to purchase one if you want) and a movie made solely for the purpose to spread sexual activities. We cannot tolerate things in order country which take away the dignity of women. 

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Liberals agree to this plan as well, but we can't help but wonder where the government plans to get this money from.

If Conservative financial and trade policies finally pay off we hope to have the money finally.

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We would like them to say what these things are, as this isn't very specific at all.

Things which contain violence, hate speech or sexual depiction which is not necessarily called pornography.

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We want safety regulations to remain in place. Beyond that, Liberals would vote for the bill, and we want a sunset clause that ends this cut in 8 years time.

In a sense of bi-partisan leadership we are willing to agree to this.

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We are interested in hearing on exactly who would be willing to join this type of organization. If countries that will join it won't actually hold any power, there isn't a reason to have it. We endorse exploratory looks at the idea, but would want to vote on a more concrete idea later.

It is not about holding any power. The United States won't hold any power power. It is just for a better cooperation between the nations in various fields in order to get things done more efficiently and to prevent major wars. We are willing to establish a council of the 10 most powerful nations in the world, if would like to see some hierarchy here. The President of the LN could be rotating every 6 months.

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Liberals back this plan, agreeing that the lame duck months are difficult for new administrations

We thank the Liberal Party here.

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We hesitantly back this plan, but we warn that Hokkaido itself isn't all that powerful, and we will need to send vastly more funds to the rest of Japan when the time comes.

We will do in order to protect Japan from the far-left and the far-right, but we also need to make sure that we get a trade profit, because we cannot put our vets and interests at risk by sponsoring Japan to the utmost. We have to build up their industry again, so they can become a viable partner in Asia for us. Especially since the Chinese have been taken over by Fascists.

We are glad to experience another round of bipartisanship but we cannot make any agreements on the following statements. I am sorry. 

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We will not give tax breaks to wealthy people that can already afford it. If there is reason to believe that they can't, then we will talk, but as long as they are wealthy and able to produce these goods, we aren't going to make it easier for them to hold their money in a stash.

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Liberals plan to vote against this bill. The shipping industry needs to be protected against volatile industry tactics, which can be best covered by the government.

 

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Vice President Hillsbury makes note that America being a religious nation deserves to have a government which functions in its interests. As issues pop up which combat the values of the nation, the government should take action, such as the case with pornography. The Conservatives didn't make it an issue, the vile makers of this corrupting influence and those decent Americans offended by it being produced in our nation did.

Senate Majority Leader Trebuano meets with Moderate Liberals to talk about Moralism and Privatizing Trade as both of those issues are becoming more and more accepted among the American people.

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18 hours ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

The Conservative Party stands for protecting values. Therefore we have to protect our children by an advancing media world. We see a difference between a movie consisting sex scenes as well (as an adult you should be able to purchase one if you want) and a movie made solely for the purpose to spread sexual activities. We cannot tolerate things in order country which take away the dignity of women. 

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Then make it so there's a specific kind of movie kids can't see. That seems to be a simple solution to our party.

18 hours ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Things which contain violence, hate speech or sexual depiction which is not necessarily called pornography.

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We're pretty sure that these things aren't big deals in America at this point, at least in the point that they aren't widely spread to children. We would only vote for this if it only applies to minors, as well as we want a definition of "violence" because it could apply to war propaganda.

18 hours ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

It is not about holding any power. The United States won't hold any power power. It is just for a better cooperation between the nations in various fields in order to get things done more efficiently and to prevent major wars. We are willing to establish a council of the 10 most powerful nations in the world, if would like to see some hierarchy here. The President of the LN could be rotating every 6 months.

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Sorry for the misclarification, we are concerned about what kind of power this organization would be able to actually wield in the world. 

 

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13 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Then make it so there's a specific kind of movie kids can't see. That seems to be a simple solution to our party.

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We're pretty sure that these things aren't big deals in America at this point, at least in the point that they aren't widely spread to children. We would only vote for this if it only applies to minors, as well as we want a definition of "violence" because it could apply to war propaganda.

Therefore we want to ban the extreme things for all and make movies containing inappropriate but acceptable content (movies containing sex scenes, war movies) available only to adults. 

Violence is primarily intended to cover media which is propagating violence against minors, women, animals and minorities. Films which encourage such things should be definitely not be available for children and as stated above, if it contains very extreme forms of violence I intend a ban for it. We could also create an independent/bi-partisan movie rating organization in order to decide the cases.

22 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Sorry for the misclarification, we are concerned about what kind of power this organization would be able to actually wield in the world. 

Being an advisory council, a moral authority. Besides that the LN could act to unite the democratic forces in the world (and all those who are willing to be part of a common project to make our world a safer place). For example if a radical country invades another, the LN could speed up the process of denouncing actions on a common platform and taking counter-operations. No country will be let alone anymore, the LN actions will be widely broadcast in the media.

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SOLDIER STATUS:

 

We launch the first full scale invasion, successfully taking the Japanese Capital. We lose 2,500 men, France loses 4,000 men, and Japan loses 9,000 men.

 

As they lost the capital, and they have no road to victory, Japanese forces finally decide to surrender.

 

It is time for you to decide how many troops should stay in Japan and for how long, how the peace deal should go, and how to replenish our forces. Also, how you and the French/Chinese will negotiate. With the French, they just want to know what to do with your troops. With the Chinese, you will continue the discussion if there is such discussion to be made below.

 

Active- 18,000 (8,000 in the Pacific Front and 10,000 protecting bases)

Active Reserve- 106,000 (Ready for Invasions)

Inactive Reserve- 0

Navy: 50 ships.

French: 18,000 Men + Naval support

Japanese: ~54,500 men left on Japanese mainland, whom have officially surrendered.

 

WAR POPULARITY:

 

The war ends with 83% popularity.

 

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I do agree with these sentiments and I present as solution moving the inauguration date to January 20th. I am also willing to end my term more quickly since I was only pursued to seek another term without wanting it in any way, because I still believe no one should serve more than two terms.

This passes Congress.

 

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We will aid them, especially when the war has ended. I instruct my advisers to prepare trade agreements, since I believe this is a brilliant opportunity to help a new ally. We will not just help financially but we will also send (military) experts to their country in order provide them the best and most efficient solutions directly. We need a loyal ally in Asia, especially when China is turning fascist. 

This passes Congress. The first bit of aid is poorly administered, and a more concrete aid plan is needed.

 

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It is our most important duty to protect those, who protected our country during the darkest hours. We will raise military loans by additional 15% in order to cope with the declining numbers of soldiers and to make the military attractive to those who are not wounded. We instruct state governments to create job programs for skilled veterans. State government could advise firms to hire the most qualified veterans. In addition state agencies could pick the best people for their open jobs as well.

This passes Congress. However, the Governmental program is shut down almost immediately due to corruption. No actual pensions are given out, and this critical emergency needs to be addressed.

 

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We must use the full potential, therefore I order to drop all business regulations for this area. We only need to make sure that safety is guaranteed to the visitors. 

I also order the creation of the D.C. Police department and I intend to hire veterans for it first. 

Tourism surges in D.C., bringing a strong source of income. Veterans find jobs much easier here too.

 

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We are always open for talks and I am curious  on what they want to talk about. Talking with fascists might be the only way to get to know what they are planning. We will again stress the idea of an independent Korea and I order to reach out testing the waters for a potential increase in trade.

The Chinese are willing to double down and create an independent Government of Korea, however they wish to have free trade with the new Korea mandated within the deal, with no sanctions on China by the U.S. or French for being fascist.

 

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We will again pay a visit to the research facilities in order to talk about the delay and in order to stress the need of using the federal aid more efficiently.

I happy to hear that gas has been tested now, but I still refuse to order the use on people of course. However, begin to prepare using gas against crops.

Towards the end of the War, rifle technology was improved to bolt-action magazine rifles, and machine guns became pre-ww2 tech-wise.

 

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Of course I do, advised by my good friend Vice President Hillsbury this is a very good possibility to get things done actually. We need to make free trade robust.

This bill fails in the House.

 

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I order regulations on things containing sexual or racist content. Therefore I order to ban pornography in any form, especially if it contains violations of the rights of children and animals.

This upset and exploded a critical issue in our country: moralism. With many regions having moralism as a hot 3 issue, and others with it in the top 5, the Congresspeople's constituents were generally in support of the bill. While the Socialists were against and the Liberals were hesitant against the original bill, enough Liberal House and Senate members, scared of potential re-election losses in States with high moral populations, voted in favor of the bill. This bill passes in its original form.

 

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I also order a ban on minors purchasing explicit things which are not officially banned.

This bill gets killed by both parties due to vaguity, and any attempts at amending it failed.

 

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I want to see regulations cut on businesses interested in developing in newly incorporated places of our nation.

The compromise bill passes, giving local leaders of these States much more freedom to establish themselves. This has created an enormous success, as businesses have an incentive to flood the empty market while incentives are high, and will likely stay.

 

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I also want to achieve tax breaks for arms and automakers producing war-related products.

This bill passes the Senate but fails the House.

 

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Another idea I am pursuing is to prepare creating the League of Nations, an organization led by the spirit of freedom and democracy of the United States in order to prevent any future wars. The Japanese aggression has showed us that we need an organization focused on economical development, increased trade and resolving territorial disputes. Therefore I want to speak to representatives of our most loyal allies first, in order to advertise our ideas.

This bill passes Congress. The President is now required to become a leader to organize this effort among nations to formalize it. What path are you going to take?

 

Midterms will be after the next decision.

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

SOLDIER STATUS:

 

We launch the first full scale invasion, successfully taking the Japanese Capital. We lose 2,500 men, France loses 4,000 men, and Japan loses 9,000 men.

 

As they lost the capital, and they have no road to victory, Japanese forces finally decide to surrender.

 

It is time for you to decide how many troops should stay in Japan and for how long, how the peace deal should go, and how to replenish our forces. Also, how you and the French/Chinese will negotiate. With the French, they just want to know what to do with your troops. With the Chinese, you will continue the discussion if there is such discussion to be made below.

 

Active- 18,000 (8,000 in the Pacific Front and 10,000 protecting bases)

Active Reserve- 106,000 (Ready for Invasions)

Inactive Reserve- 0

Navy: 50 ships.

French: 18,000 Men + Naval support

Japanese: ~54,500 men left on Japanese mainland, whom have officially surrendered.

 

WAR POPULARITY:

 

The war ends with 83% popularity.

 

This passes Congress.

 

This passes Congress. The first bit of aid is poorly administered, and a more concrete aid plan is needed.

 

This passes Congress. However, the Governmental program is shut down almost immediately due to corruption. No actual pensions are given out, and this critical emergency needs to be addressed.

 

Tourism surges in D.C., bringing a strong source of income. Veterans find jobs much easier here too.

 

The Chinese are willing to double down and create an independent Government of Korea, however they wish to have free trade with the new Korea mandated within the deal, with no sanctions on China by the U.S. or French for being fascist.

 

Towards the end of the War, rifle technology was improved to bolt-action magazine rifles, and machine guns became pre-ww2 tech-wise.

 

This bill fails in the House.

 

This upset and exploded a critical issue in our country: moralism. With many regions having moralism as a hot 3 issue, and others with it in the top 5, the Congresspeople's constituents were generally in support of the bill. While the Socialists were against and the Liberals were hesitant against the original bill, enough Liberal House and Senate members, scared of potential re-election losses in States with high moral populations, voted in favor of the bill. This bill passes in its original form.

 

This bill gets killed by both parties due to vaguity, and any attempts at amending it failed.

 

The compromise bill passes, giving local leaders of these States much more freedom to establish themselves. This has created an enormous success, as businesses have an incentive to flood the empty market while incentives are high, and will likely stay.

 

This bill passes the Senate but fails the House.

 

This bill passes Congress. The President is now required to become a leader to organize this effort among nations to formalize it. What path are you going to take?

 

Midterms will be after the next decision.

A Socialist Labor Party spokesperson calls the Liberal congress members who voted in favour of the Pornography ban cowards and says that the party will be fighting for a repeal of the legislation and a replacing of the legislation with legislation that bans pornography that features subjects that cannot consent.

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I hereby announce, that I will resign as President of the United States on January 20th, 1935 therefore effectively after the midterms. The war was won and the President has still personal troubles after the assassination attempt many years ago. I have always believed that a president should never ever act like a monarch or dictator and therefore I also think it is time to step aside in order to serve my country, God and my own health the best. I fully support Vice President Hillsbury @Reagan04  to carry on the Conservative legacy. I proud to have the ability to allow my dear and loyal friend Vice President Hillsbury to become the first black President or our wonderful nation. It is  a great sign of tolerance and harmony and therefore I will execute this step proudly. 

3 hours ago, Kingthero said:

It is time for you to decide how many troops should stay in Japan and for how long, how the peace deal should go, and how to replenish our forces. Also, how you and the French/Chinese will negotiate. With the French, they just want to know what to do with your troops. With the Chinese, you will continue the discussion if there is such discussion to be made below.

We are proud to have won the war and I thank everyone who served our country personally. I intend to keep at least 60k men in Japan in order to maintain a save transition to democracy.

The French are free to help us guarding this transition. We would appreciate this, but if they want to return home they are free to go as well. 

We endorse at least following steps for a post-war Japan:

  • Unseat the current Tenno and find a loyal noblemen who is willing to carry on the tradition as the new emperor and who is willing to unite the people.
  • Establish the elected post of Prime Minister, he shall be elected to a maximum of two 4 year terms. He shall be the actual head of state while the Tenno is only allowed to hold a ceremonial office. We would like to be informed by the prime minister about possible unusual activities in his country as we intend to cooperate strongly
  • Establish a Senate and a House of Representative like in our country which is composed of two Senators and a certain amount of Representatives which represent their states.
  • Reorganize the Japanese prefectures into states with an elected Governor and Senates/Houses on state level
  • Establish a Supreme Court with nine justices appointed by the prime minister for life
  • Require the Japanese to ban all far-left and far-right parties which could emerge
  • The Japanese Army will be constitutionally prohibited from being used in any offensive war except if we ask them for help
  • We want to establish a healthy and strong bond with the Japanese, so we will aid them to rebuild their industry and we will aid them with strong trade agreements.
  • We would like to acquire at least one port city to turn it into a international hub of friendship and peace. Yokohama came to our mind.
  • We will put no civilians on trial but the most influential generals and noblemen should face justice for their crimes against their own people.
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This passes Congress. The first bit of aid is poorly administered, and a more concrete aid plan is needed.

I hope that Hokkaido will be able to use their natural resources in order to build up their independent industry. I order our companies to send their newest technologies in order to open the country for trade. We will also build up their ports, so free trade can start as best as possible.

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This passes Congress. However, the Governmental program is shut down almost immediately due to corruption. No actual pensions are given out, and this critical emergency needs to be addressed.

So I order to create a Federal Department for Veteran Affairs.

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The Chinese are willing to double down and create an independent Government of Korea, however they wish to have free trade with the new Korea mandated within the deal, with no sanctions on China by the U.S. or French for being fascist.

This is great to hear, we are gladly accepting this as long as we are also allowed to trade with an independent Korea. I also order our companies and advisers to support Korea the way we support Hokkaido and Japan. We need to spread the values of freedom and democracy in areas liberated 

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This bill gets killed by both parties due to vaguity, and any attempts at amending it failed.

I make one last attempt to create an independent/bi-partisan movie rating organization in order to decide the cases which films and other material needs to be banned.

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Another idea I am pursuing is to prepare creating the League of Nations, an organization led by the spirit of freedom and democracy of the United States in order to prevent any future wars. The Japanese aggression has showed us that we need an organization focused on economical development, increased trade and resolving territorial disputes. Therefore I want to speak to representatives of our most loyal allies first, in order to advertise our ideas.

Are other countries already participating? If not schedule a meeting the ambassadors of the 10 most powerful world nations in order to promote our ideas for the council.

I promised this already twice to @MBDemSoc Please proceed with voting on: Create a remembrance day to remember the American and American Allies troops lost in all wars.  

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1 hour ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

I hereby announce, that I will resign as President of the United States on January 20th, 1935 therefore effectively after the midterms. The war was won and the President has still personal troubles after the assassination attempt many years ago. I have always believed that a president should never ever act like a monarch or dictator and therefore I also think it is time to step aside in order to serve my country, God and my own health the best. I fully support Vice President Hillsbury @Reagan04  to carry on the Conservative legacy. I proud to have the ability to allow my dear and loyal friend Vice President Hillsbury to become the first black President or our wonderful nation. It is  a great sign of tolerance and harmony and therefore I will execute this step proudly. 

We are proud to have won the war and I thank everyone who served our country personally. I intend to keep at least 60k men in Japan in order to maintain a save transition to democracy.

The French are free to help us guarding this transition. We would appreciate this, but if they want to return home they are free to go as well. 

We endorse at least following steps for a post-war Japan:

  • Unseat the current Tenno and find a loyal noblemen who is willing to carry on the tradition as the new emperor and who is willing to unite the people.
  • Establish the elected post of Prime Minister, he shall be elected to a maximum of two 4 year terms. He shall be the actual head of state while the Tenno is only allowed to hold a ceremonial office. We would like to be informed by the prime minister about possible unusual activities in his country as we intend to cooperate strongly
  • Establish a Senate and a House of Representative like in our country which is composed of two Senators and a certain amount of Representatives which represent their states.
  • Reorganize the Japanese prefectures into states with an elected Governor and Senates/Houses on state level
  • Establish a Supreme Court with nine justices appointed by the prime minister for life
  • Require the Japanese to ban all far-left and far-right parties which could emerge
  • The Japanese Army will be constitutionally prohibited from being used in any offensive war except if we ask them for help
  • We want to establish a healthy and strong bond with the Japanese, so we will aid them to rebuild their industry and we will aid them with strong trade agreements.
  • We would like to acquire at least one port city to turn it into a international hub of friendship and peace. Yokohama came to our mind.
  • We will put no civilians on trial but the most influential generals and noblemen should face justice for their crimes against their own people.

I hope that Hokkaido will be able to use their natural resources in order to build up their independent industry. I order our companies to send their newest technologies in order to open the country for trade. We will also build up their ports, so free trade can start as best as possible.

So I order to create a Federal Department for Veteran Affairs.

This is great to hear, we are gladly accepting this as long as we are also allowed to trade with an independent Korea. I also order our companies and advisers to support Korea the way we support Hokkaido and Japan. We need to spread the values of freedom and democracy in areas liberated 

I make one last attempt to create an independent/bi-partisan movie rating organization in order to decide the cases which films and other material needs to be banned.

Are other countries already participating? If not schedule a meeting the ambassadors of the 10 most powerful world nations in order to promote our ideas for the council.

I promised this already twice to @MBDemSoc Please proceed with voting on: Create a remembrance day to remember the American and American Allies troops lost in all wars.  

The Socialist Labor Party supports the creation of a Department for Veterans Affairs as it was once again first proposed by our party and we are glad that the outgoing President has come around to the idea.

The Socialist Labor Party also supports the creation of the independent movie rating organization.

The Socialist Labor Party will gladly vote for the introduction of a remembrance day and thanks to the outgoing President for asking for it to be brought to a vote.

The Socialist Labor Party wishes the outgoing President the best of luck in his future endeavours and for him and his family to have good health in the future.

The Socialist Labor Party will be providing some alternative proposals for Japan's governance post-war soon.

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President Hillsbury wishes Former President Talbot the best and that may his health be strong as he works to fight against any complications. We take these 2 years of office as incredibly important for wrapping up Foreign Affairs and beginning to look at domestic issues.

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