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Military and Diplomatic officials from the PRC and the Internationale are gathered on the Shandong tip airport ready to traverse to the Takoshin state after they approve their diplomatic status. A private air squadron is reported to the Takoshin Empire will arrive to the airport in their capital, as they were the escort for the military officials. The topic for the current meeting is not specified to Takoshin officials. Along with the diplomatic visa and location to arrive, the government has requested a location for residence for the Internationale and Chinese representatives and they requested the information for when the Miss will be able to have talks directly with them. The Premier is expected to venture as well if their leader approves of a direct meeting, if they were redirected to Takoshin representatives, Comrade Corbyn will not arrive there. 

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An unexpected report was given to the Empress; uninvited guests were arriving with a group, as official delegates and representatives from the British Internationale. As the Brits were a very big colonizer, and now they had become the new Big Red Menace, it made her even more uneasy that they had come unannounced. But she would be kind and respectful, and hear them out. The Phra Thinang Boromphiman would serve, as usual, as the guest house for the primary Delegate of the group, along with one guest of their choosing. It would be reported that only two individuals may meet the Empress, and those two individuals would be the only ones allowed to stay in the Phra Thinang Boromphiman. As for the disrespect the Empress felt from an unannounced visit, it was reported that the rest of the guests would not be accommodated, but Hotels do exist, and for now they will accept Gold or British Pound so long as it was guaranteed conversion would be later allowed with the British Internationale. Unfortunately, due to the visit being unannounced, the Tanakosin Empire could not properly prepare, and were still utilizing their production and manufacturing at peak, so transport could not be provided. A lowly taxi service was offered by the Empress for free, of course with military escort. During the report, it seemed due to this, the Empress changed her mind on accommodating the guests, and once verified, would be able to stay at the Hotels of their choosing for free - but only the Primary and the Chosen Guest would be able to stay in the Guest House and meet the Empress, this was non-negotiable, nor could they meet anyone else for negotiations. Official Tanakosin Imperial Representatives would attempt to schedule meetings with all the guests, in the Guest House and in the Hotels, to attempt to explain to them how meetings will happen and answer any questions.

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The British and Chinese representatives have received the message which had info about the procedure, the way of transportation and location. The Premier, Jeremy Corbyn would be given all the necessary papers from the other representatives and he would be one of the attendants of the Empress, and the other would be the Chinese PLA Grand Marshal Lin Biao Jr. A couple of darkened sedans would be purchased at the Internationale's expense and the Empress would be informed of these plan changes. Those vehicles will be used for the transport of the foreign representatives for now, and after the trip out of the Takoshin empire, they will be gifted to their government to be used for diplomat transport or anything they wanted, so that they would not be in this bad of a situation. The millitant commanders of both the Internationale and China have requested total anonymity in front of the public, no names, no faces, no details because of the fear of someone wanting to assassinate them to demoralize the troops in China. Comrade Corbyn and Comrade Lin B would await at the Phra Thinang Boromphiman and await for someone to grant them entry. 

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The policy of foreign dignitaries within the Tanakosin Empire is that they are never publicized, and are only publicized if they request such. Foreign dignitaries have a small security force, but always has more security waiting nearby. The soldiers used as security are not there under suspicion the dignitaries might commit unlawful acts or similar actions, but actually there to protect the dignitaries at all costs; against foreign and domestic threats. A dignitary harmed, is a casus belli. 

Once the Empress was prepared in her room, word was sent by royal guards to the delegates. The Delegates were informed once more if not already, that the Empress would speak, and that the delegates should only speak if spoken to. This is to inspire the people that she is not weak. She doesn't condone such behavior, herself, but she may use it, and force it, if she herself feels insulted, but it is not an easy task to upset the Empress. Since it is unknown what the British Internationale delegates reasoning for this visit is, there will be a much smaller opening speech from the Empress, one that only greets and then gives the floor to speak to the delegates. 

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The officials would enter, with no present to be given, except the purchased cars inside the Takoshin state. The usual present for direct Premier visits is a basket filled with many beverages and cigars, as well as some fruit or chocolate. The representatives would try to be dressed best for the occasion, as they were meeting a Royal. None of the officials liked being in such posh proportions. Only Lin B would be in a Castro-MacArthur like uniform, which is comfortable and gives him mobility. Now sitting, waiting for the Empress to arrive while they whispered between them some small talk to not sit in silence. 

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Similar to the meeting with Mog[Corp], a translator entered from a side door, looking meager, yet proper, only enough to be respected, but acknowledged as not being too special. After he nodded and gave a decently respectful bow to the dignitaries, a soft Thai melody would play. "Introducing the great Empress, the great and honorable Yrita Meesang." He gave a long, deep bow. Not aimed to any particular person, just in general for the Empress. As the Empress entered from the higher room onto her balcony-like throne, she calmly sat down and observed the two gentleman who would be those that would speak to her. At this time, it was only a translator, two royal guards at the entrance, and the Empress that were in the room with the two individuals.

The Empress gave a wave, as when speaking to foreigners that didn't understand Khmer, and in which she would be speaking through a translator, feeling it was good to give some universal, direct contact so it is not as if they were speaking to an intercom, instead of herself. The gentleman in military fatigues, however, caught her eye, and being a woman enthralled by military uniforms, she gave a small smile, before straightening herself and being appropriate. "Hello," she said in English (poorly) and then she began speaking in Khmer, and the translator spoke in English what she was saying. "I understand you have wished to come to the Tanakosin Empire to meet with me, but I am sure it was not to pay me respects as Royalty. Please, allow me to apologize if you feel you did not receive proper and formal treatment as I give other foreign dignitaries. Unfortunately, for us, we need more than just a phone call to prepare - more than likely, about a week or more. As you can tell we have been in a rush. I want to get rid of slave labor routines as quickly as possible. We are almost finished, I assure you. Should you need anything else, please speak to any of the representatives I have sent to you. Secondly, I understand your government and ideologies, and for the most part, I respect them. I respect them as in you are not part of our culture, or history, or know of our ways. I understand you may be strongly against Royalty and church-supported governments. I want you to know I will not take it as disrespect should you decide you no longer wish to kneel or sit at the provided heightened podium. It is mainly used by our people, and the forced kneeling position is a gesture to plead for my ear. You are not my people, therefore you need not beg."

After the Empress was finished, there was a pause. However, if the delegates attempted to speak, the translator would calmly hush them. For the Empress, it was a moment of respite to give the delegates a pause to gather their thoughts and prepare a response, but for the delegates, they may think the Empress was enforcing the do not speak until given permission rule. The moment didn't last more than a minute, but then the translator whispered that the floor was now theirs, and the Empress properly adjusted her seating so that she could hear them. The melody playing was not loud, but its purpose was so that it would help calm nerves and provide a sound over absolute silence.

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Firstly, Premier Corbyn would start talking - "Thank you for your acknowledgment of our lack of love for Royals and for religion, the latter is a personal thing, we belive, that people should practice in their own home. Next is, we are aware that our visit was made quick but it was needed so because of the main topic at hand. At our own cost, we purchased a few sedans which will be gifted to you after our departure, which you can use for your transport or the transport for other delegates. I am Premier Corbyn if you are unaware of my indentity, and next to me is Lin Biao, the main general of China, and now he will speak, after that there will be a topic between the Internationale and Takoshin only to be talked about - Lin B starts talking - We are  aware of your endeavours in Asia, and it is nice to keep the culture of someones state. But our government was there before in Asia, and it was fragmented by Rokkenjima and war lords took to power in some areas, while we still are the strongest party there, we are not united. Furthermore, your mediators have passed through many cities and villages of China chanting slogans for a union of Asian peoples with cooperation between the cultures. Cooperation between Asian nations is what we desire upon but you have trespassed in Chinese lands, and in the safety of those people, we came here to suggest and ask that those acts never happen. They can be easily murdered by sharpshooters, mines, other traps and furthermore. And you could end up in a firefight, cross fire and they would be in the way and probably all killed as they are a 3rd party in a battle that could occur with your men passing by. We respect your borders and don't make any kind of insurgencies inside of it, nor works, I think you should do the same when it comes to over endeavours. 

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At first, the Empress was calm, being open-minded and listening to the Premier. She wanted to show respect as she believed if she wanted respect, she must also attempt to offer such. She nodded to the Premier in recognition of his endeavor to gift the Tanakosin Empire with luxury vehicles to be used in the future; it was quite appreciated. However, once the General began speaking, everything changed. It was obvious the music was being played by an actual person, as the melody changed slightly on accident, but caught itself up, and the translator became slightly distraught, and so too did the royal guards at the door, but they all stayed silent. There was another pause of silence in communication after the translator communicated to the Empress what the General said, and the smile left her face. Her appreciation of the Premier and the twinkle in her eye of the Generals attire were gone. The translator and Royal Guards were afraid of what may come next, but then the mood took a spin. The Empress began laughing, and everyone was confused. She became short of breath as she continued, getting a bit louder. Her voice was raised when she started speaking, mixed with anger and the uncontrollable laughter, and the translator attempted his duty. "You.... British... come to our land of Asia, say that you were here first, those who colonized our lands, forced our people into subjugation, dare to say these are your lands?" The Empress became hysterical, clutching her stomach as she giggled like a schoolgirl. She took a moment to catch her breath, "no, you see, what you don't understand, is that those of China that did not want you in their land, because of your past and present 'accomplishments' had left the lands you occupied. Thailand, as you may call it, is no longer full of only Thai people, as much as we detest the term. Siamese, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Burmese, Chinese - they recognized themselves as Asian, since what was Chinese became the symbol of Communism and Socialism in Asia. We exist from a unification of people that wanted you out, we wanted the heretics in Japan out, we wanted our sovereignty back. And you have the audacity to come here, to me, to tell me I can't walk on my own land?" Her laughter quickly died as she stood, and her voice became aggressive, "how dare you foreigners, come to Asia, and tell us, those who were born here, who have lived here, whose families have lived here longer than your own Britain has existed, that we can not enter our own lands?!" The Royal Guards approached the two, but didn't do anything, making sure they stayed quiet. "Asia is not a territory that you can paint and call yours, when you live on the other side of the world, you have no business here. Thank you, is that what you want to hear? Thank you for protecting us from the heretics that took Japan? Well you're not getting it, and you'll never get it. You should thank me, as I'm the one in power, and the one who doesn't want to fight. Asia deserves its own freedom, and it certainly won't get that from you. Should you have anything further to say, it better be an apology, any further disrespect and I will have to show our people neither they nor I am weak. Otherwise, you should leave, immediately. Should you provoke my guards, they will leave you with nothing but the shirts on your back, and, as the Americans would say 'a swift kick in the rear.'" A Royal Soldier approached, and out of respect, did not touch the Premier, but the other put a hand on the General, and only out of military respect, spoke, "it's time to leave, sir."

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"Seeing that you won't cooperate, talk with reason and acknowledge that our leadership wasn't faulty for the British brutality during their colonial times, I think we shall leave. Those cars shall be moved to the Internationale by a carrier plane, as well at our expense. Farewell, as the Americans would say, you outdated wretched skank! We don't need guards to walk us out, we can do that on our own."

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