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The Eastern Question

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Harold Alexander, as the commissar of Foreign Affairs, along with Sgt. Sergey Parastroyka, would arrive at Tokyo International Airport to discuss the issue of the Eastern Question. The Question of the aftermath of the Rokkenjima abandonment. Laws were established already in which the people that desire the communist regime can travel to Internationale teritorries and so can the Japanese that desire the rule of the Japanese Monarch in Internationale land travel to Japan. They would follow the Japanese escort to the designed location for the talks. 

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When they arrived, the Japanese escort was ordered to take the British Minister of Foreign Affairs and his companion to the Tokyo Convention Hall to speak to the Council of the Shogunate. Due to the council couldnt speak English, a translator would be present 

Edited by Arizona Robbins

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The Guard would stand behind Sir Alexander, just like a Royal Queens Guard from the ages before. He'd start to speak - "I assume the government of todays Japan knows what is happening in Asia and what has happened. The filthy manslaughtering Rokkenjimans occupied this land and brought a bad name upon this nation. They have brought death to Eastern Asia with no mercy or moral. Some may accuse of us being amoral as we do the same, but we are the ones that try to prevent with all measures from states and people whom lead Rokkenjima to be able to do such thing, or be able to exist. No man, woman or child wants to be killed by a bayonet, a bullet or any weapon just because they are of a different colour or nationality. Anyhow, one of the measures that had to be taken was an occupation of Japan! To liberate the oppressed people and eliminate the Rokkenjimans whom have stayed here, either left abandoned or to act as a spy for those out of the world beigns. I have come here to tell the message again to the Shogunate that the Internationale is ready to retreat from the Japanese lands. We shall transport those whom want to live under our rule, and those whom want to live under your rule can come to your lands freely. The retreat and dismantled of our institutions will take some time, and gradually the expenses for administration will go over you, but so will the control and revenues from those lands. You are the new light of Asia, to remove the stain that those ghouls before you brought to Japan and Asia, and shine as the empire of the rising sun. Our ideals clash we are not fans of monarchs, emperors or anyone of such manner. But we believe there is cooperation between nations and peoples. That is one of the reasons why we are leaving Japan. Now that a Japanese state is finally set again, someone can now control back the rest of it, and dismantle what is left of the Rokkenjiman regime if there is some lurking in the shadows. We have done our deed, we have supplied the people homes, works, destroyed crime and nationalism. We have done most of the job for you. There needs to be no repayments. Next is that we do not want you to see us as occupators but as friends. We have stood ages against imperialism, and so many ancestors before us, and it is sickening that they accuse of us what our predecessors did and what are we fighting against! In short words, we will leave Japan to its own. On a second note is the question of China. We have worked years to stabilize it during the aftermath of the assault on China which destroyed their army and state by a biological weapon. We have aided them original government with civilian aid, repairing their government and helped them stabilize the area and eliminate the Warlords. Some leaders also accuse us that we are just puppeteering with China. We hope that you are not that bold. The internationale there is to help the people like it always has. We ask from you, as the main player in Asia, that you respect the independence of the Chinese whom have fought ages against those warlords, as well as their deeds. Our main support point was through the Shandong tip, now which you surround. We shall leave that as well, if you let us use your ports to bring weapons, food and other resources to the People's Liberation Army of China. That is all I have to say in the name of the Internationale and the proletariat, for now at least."

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The council whispered to eachother and turned their heads back to the British. They hold their gaze, showing no emotions and reply "we can only give you two years(2 months irl)to completely remove your troops before the Japanese military is ordered to move into Northern Japan. We appreciate you leaving, and handing back control of our homeland, however that's the longest the Empress is willing to give. On the matter of China, we do not agree with puppeteering a state, however if they request to join us, we will not deny them their request. We will allow you to continue sending trade and aid to the Chinese people, but we officially request you remove your forces from Asia un the two year span and refrain from colonizing lands in Asia in the future. The Empress wants to bring prosperity to the Asian people, and she is willing to cooperate, but all Asian people do want the ability to self govern without the interference of outside influence and pressure. Let us make our own decisions." 

Edited by Arizona Robbins

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"I have said that people claim that are pupeeteering China, whilist we only supply them, since the days of Rokkenjimian aggression we have trained, helped them reorganize and helped evacuate people from critical and risky areas, whilist aiding the people to fulfill their human needs. They think that we are some big bad red wolf that wants global communism. We have tried to make them understand but they deny everything what we say. We can evacuate quickly, but the process of moving the land is tricky and will take longer (cause ya kno game rules), I hope this process goes swell with no accidental firing. I think that you should inform your army of that as military access is granted throughout those lands, whilist you cannot access our plans as they are confidental and I don't think you'd enjoy that happening to you. Now about China again, you should understand that we are going to send not only aid, but also weapons, from basic firearms to artillery and tanks when needed. And sometimes SAS units to support the PLA movement from time to time. I have said that just to put an accent on a part of a sentence, if you overheard it. Next on the agenda to better relations, an exchange of students, we are happy and ready to send over 50 Students of various ages, skills and education to your schools if you desired to do the same. Adding to that, there is already free travel, but I think we should grant and make it public, visa less travel between the two of our states.

Furthermore, we'd like to ask you if there is a need in your industry or trade. If you are interested our exports are based around metallurgy, pharmaceutics for humans and animals, agricultural machinery and other vehicles, oil, tobacco and alcohol products, electronics, refined metals, plastic products, laboratory equipment, chemicals for the already said labs, household chemicals, tea, all sorts of meat in a limited number, oil, etc I think that you gentlemen can see the basic premise of it. I think that free trade is beneficial for both of us, we'd like to hear your main exports if you want to condcut a trade agreement. You list your interests and we will list ours. And when it comes to industry, we'd be glad to offer help in any way, as you are a new state founded off the ashes. Not meaning that in a negative sense. 

And as an ending, we were planning on leaving our, so-called 'colonies' after the progress of elimination of Rokkenjimans is done as well as the development programmes. But I think that you are destined to finish the job after our leave."

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"The Empress hasnt made an opinion on Britain by what others have told her. She makes it by observing your governments actions. At this time, her only issue is your claims in Asia, she doesnt care what you trade with them, what form of aid you give them. She wants an independent Asia, free from European, American and so forth colonization into Asia. She will not interfere with your economic and aid as long as it doesnt affect her interests, which is the removal of outside factions governance in Asia. We are not Nationalist, we dont follow a faulty ideology that previous governments in Japan held. Our primary goal is to ensure the protection of all people in Asia. Their prosperity. Your aid for the PLA can continue." The man speaking for the council stated while grabbing for a folder before continuing on, "Yes, we understand the process of removal of British personnel, goods and equipment can take a while, which is why we are going to allow a two year period before our military rolls in and enforces Japanese laws. We may have our differences, and we do conflict on several issues, but the states outside of Japan are autonomous states. They handle their own affairs, that isnt defense or foreign affairs. Once we accomplish our goals of reuniting Japan, we'll reform to the Empire of Japan, and each state will have the ability to send representatives to the Diet, allow a somewhat democratic government. With your suggestion of  students, we can allow. With the visaless suggestion, they will need to register with the Government before entering. They wont need to gain visas, but they will have to notify the government when they enter our lands. The only thing we need is imports of Iron and some other few raw resources but we been meeting our demands from Tanakosin at the moment."

Edited by Arizona Robbins

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