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At this point I feel like Yangzhao is just trolling us all

Dang. I made a pretty perfect pancake. Looks as smooth as a baby bottom.

    June 2020
    #KoreanKingInJapan

      THE ASAHI SHIMBUN



FIRST HAND NEWS FROM JAPAN

ENGLISH| | |日本人


      The Emperor and Empress arriving by car to the Tokyo Imperial Palace with the King of Korea.

Historical Moment for the Japan & Korea ; Asia's Most Powerful Monarchs
— Emperor Naruhito Receives Visit from the King of Korea.

By HARUMI YOSHIDA distributed by ASAHI SHIMBUN — 29th June 2020

______________________________________

      T O K Y O — Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako received the King of Korea (Daeshim) at the Tokyo Imperial Palace, also attended by Prime Minister Koizumi. An official visit that surprised the Japanese press leaving it agitated as well as the media and especially the internet, where many users gave #KoreanKingInJapan and others commented “We are seeing two great Monarchs meeting”. Japan has always maintained a policy of neutrality in relation to what was said about Korea when Park Geun-hye's government was in power and the bad relations Japan had with Korea in 500 years. The Japan Times journalists say “the Korean King's intention is to improve relations with Japan to a “friendly” status, something favorably viewed by the National Diet and the Cabinet.”

      In the first stage of the meeting, the Emperor and the King expressed concern at COVID-19, where Korea pointed out joint medical research for a vaccine for this virus — The King Daeshim also said that the Korean Prime Minister has plans for a Free Trade Agreement between Korea and Japan, which will certainly be a big step for both countries. In a way, the Japanese pacifist policy implemented by former Prime Minister Abe and continued by Koizumi is being the key to building a new Japanese-Korean relationship, which has surprised everyone. The only question left by the Japanese government and whether the military considered ultranaciolists and traditionalists liked this official visit that shook Japan, many of them clearly opposed this idea, as the majority are in favor of an Isolationist and Militaristic Japan. The Minister of Defense, Gen. Yamamoto, gave a statement to newspapers stating that he is totally in favor of this partnership with Korea, and is determined to choose the option that Japan is in a new era of peace and will respect that, being an influential military in the Japanese military wing.

      After the meeting, Prime Minister Koizumi publicly announced the approval of a USD $ 50 billion financial aid for the reconstruction of Korea.

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THE JAPANESE PRESS | NEWSSTAND

ELVO & EBO CELEBRATE WAR, SEES MASSIVE GROWTH OF CAPABILITIES

JUNE 2020

ELVO (Hellenic Vehicle Industry) & EBO (Hellenic Arms Industry) are celebrating the war, due to the fact that as a result of it their production capabilities have increased tenfold. Before the hostilities both were struggling to find contracts with the Government, however now not only have they been contracted to produce thousands of Vehicles but also masses of Rifles and munitions. Already since the war began, ELVO has produced 660 APCs (ELVO Leonidas-2), 560 Anti-Aircraft Cannons (Artemis 30) & 280 IFVs (ELVO Kentaurus). The total combined number of Employees employed by both has increased from 1,680 to 8,250 and is stated to be increasing to a cap of 14,500 by 2021 if the conflict continues. Individuals with the relevant skills have been mobilized into the two companies as an alternative to direct military services.

Even with this massive increase in their productive capabilities, however, Greece still requires vast numbers of war materials from its overseas sources in Russia. Munitions, replacement parts and Missiles are needed in a constant and steady stream. The majority of expended NATO munitions are replaced by domestically made munitions, however all but very basic Russian munitions are imported. The Greek Government, led by the military itself, has proved immensely efficient at ensuring that its fighting forces are equipped to their fullest extent throughout every phase of offensive operations. Before the Floros Regime had come to power, it was quite common for the Government to assign the wrong number of Munitions and Equipment, whereas now it is assigned according to reports from the combat units themselves.


T H ES E N A T E
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116th United States Congress

Seating
100 Senators

Leadership

Mike R. Pence (R)
SENATE PRESIDENT

Chuck Grassley (R)
PRES. PRO TEMPORE

"Moscow" Mitch McConnell (R)
MAJORITY LEADER

John Thune (R)
MAJORITY WHIP

Charles "Chuck" Schumer (D)
MINORITY LEADER

Dick Durbin (D)
MINORITY WHIP

Seats

47 DEMOCRATIC

Seats

53 REPUBLICAN

Qualifications

Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution sets three qualifications for senators:

(1) they must be at least 30 years old;
(2) they must have been citizens of the United States for the past 9 years or longer;
(3) they must be inhabitants of the states they seek to represent at the time of their election.

Senate Class

CLASS I — Requiring reelected in 2018
CLASS II — Requiring reelection in 2020
CLASS III — Requiring reelection in 2022


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CARTHAGE MARKS "UNION DAY" - 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEFEAT OF THE FLN!
July 12, 2020

| Emperor Baltasar attended twin motorcades in the cities of New Carthage and Icosium (formerly Algiers) today, in his annual celebration of Union Day. It is one of two national holidays the Emperor makes public appearances for, the other being Carthage Day, arguably a more important and indisputably less controversial holiday marking Carthage's independence from France. |

| Union Day marks the unification of Algeria with Carthage, with Algeria being part of the original Carthage in ancient times. Thus, it was one of the dreams of Emperor Hamilcar III, the first Emperor of the revived Carthaginian Empire, that it should fall under Carthage's banner once more. However, Hamilcar was wiser than to wage war with France, the colonial overlord which had given Carthage independence in 1956. With France fighting the Algerian Front de libération nationale (National Liberation Front) in an uphill battle, Hamilcar proposed a radical plan - Carthage would assist its former overlord in quelling the nationalist FLN, in return taking Algeria for itself when the war ended with the promise of protecting French citizens. With the prospect of an anti-French government persecuting the more than 1.1 million Pied-Noirs (French Algerians) if the FLN rose to power, President Charles de Gaulle agreed to Emperor Hamilcar's terms, and after 4 years of fighting, the FLN were finally defeated in Algiers. The Évian Accords were signed on July 12, 1960, honouring De Gaulle and Hamilcar's agreement, while also allowing France to maintain its naval base at Mers El Kébir and Saharan nuclear testing facilities for another 15 years. |

| The FLN remain a designated terrorist group in Carthage, and Algerian nationalists scoff at the concept of Union Day - though it cannot be denied that Carthaginian administration of Algeria has seen a sharp increase in the region's development, with Emperor Baltasar taking a particular interest in improving infrastructure and increasing literacy. |

| The Emperor addressed a crowd in Icosium's Kasbah district, which was built upon the ruins of the Icosium of antiquity. His Majesty spoke of Algeria's "rejection of the ethos of ultranationalism, violence and destruction and embracing of the ethos of internationalism, peace and creation". Members of the crowd flew banners of purple and gold, as well as the Carthaginian flag and the standard of the Emperor. |

| The 64th Carthage Day will take place next month on the 25th of August, with customs such as speaking Punic only, visiting historical sites and spending time with friends and family observed by more enthusiastic Carthaginians. |

    January 2020
    Impeachment Trial: DAY ONE to FOUR

      𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐍𝐄𝐖 𝐘𝐎𝐑𝐊 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄𝐒

Summary Text By CHRISTOPHER COHEN | January — Feburary 2020

______________________________________

      Donald J. Trump, 45th President of these United States of Paramerica was found Impeached on Two Articles of Impeachment in the House of Representatives. The Impeachment was a result of events beginning with the JULY 2019 'KOREAN ORDER' affair:

      page=dispatch/id=1427438

      The New York Times the following on the Impeachment Trial of Donald J. Trump, alongside Mr. Art Lien, a courtroom sketch artist who primarily covers the Supreme Court as just like the Court — The Senate Chamber forbids photographs and videos — Public's view is only provided by C-SPAN feed cameras operated by Government Employees.

      In a ceremonial display at noon, newly appointed House impeachment managers made their way to the Senate chamber to formally present the charges against Mr. Trump to the Senate. Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California, read the charges on the floor.

      Article I, ABUSE OF POWER — President Trump, acting both directly and through his agents within and outside the United States Government, corruptly solicited the Government of Russia (SGRI) and anti-Monarchist forces in Korea to attempt a depose of and/or damage the restored government of the HOUSE of YI and interfered in the affairs of UNITED STATES FORCES KOREA (USFK)

      𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐍𝐄𝐖 𝐘𝐎𝐑𝐊 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄𝐒 SIDENOTE: Although allegations of Mr. Trump's desire to see the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) depose of King Yi Ki-Jung of Korea, House Impeachment managers striked CIA allegations from the final Articles of Impeachment citing National Security concerns and 'no feasible truths/connections'.

      In order to 'damage' "pro-Biden efforts" by the HOUSE of YI, and potentially divide the Peninsula of Korea under pretexts of restoring "Law and Order" against Korean political factions President Trump deemed unsavory, led by Yi Ki-Jung (Taewang Daeshim) of the HOUSE of YI — —

      By withholding Taxpayer bipartisan authorized funds to aid in the reconstruction of Korea, refusing recognition of the restored HOUSE of YI, and overextend usage of the USFK for political purposes as testified by senior command officers of the USFK before the House Impeachment Investigation by such means as; declaring Martial Law and secret solicitation with the Government of Russia (SGRI) by keeping USFK armed forces below the former pre-Korean Unification DMZ line.

      Article II, OBSTRUCTION OF CONGRESS — President Trump abused the powers of the High Office by Directing the White House to defy a lawful subpoena by withholding the production of documents sought therein by the Committees — —

      Directing other Executive Branch agencies and offices to defy lawful subpoenas and withhold the production of documents and records from the Committees — —

      Directing current and former Executive Branch officials not to cooperate with the Committees — Concerning the White House's cover up of the entire Korean Peninsula Affair.

      Procedural tasks continued later in the afternoon, when Senator Charles E. Grassley, Republican of Iowa, swore in Chief Justice Roberts to preside over the trial — — Chief Justice Roberts in turn swore in the members of the Senate, who were then called to the front of the chamber to sign an oath book.

      The trial began in earnest Tuesday, with a debate between House impeachment managers and the president’s defense team over the rules that will govern the proceedings. Per decorum guidelines issued by Senate leadership ahead of the trial, members were confined to their desks in silence, without the use of their phones. The President rallied and raged aganist the proceedings by Twitter throughout the entire 12 day trial.

      Throughout the day, the C-SPAN cameras were primarily trained on those speaking at the podium, which allowed some members to rest their eyes out of view.

      Members of the press, who observed the debate from the galleries, were also operating under stricter rules for the trial. Reporters were issued tickets corresponding to assigned seats and required to line up for a magnetometer meant to prevent electronics from being smuggled into the chamber.

      House impeachment managers, led by Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, have 24 hours over three days to present opening arguments in their case for convicting and removing Mr. Trump from office. They spent the first day narrating the events surrounding the allegations. Creating a timeline of the extensive dislike President Trump has towards the Korean and Iranian monarchies, citing various times since the 2016 campaign that the President has considered them to be part of a pro-DNC Ermanist 'cabal' against him — that lead to the desire to potentially see a divided Korea again if it meant getting rid of the "lousy and nasty Korean Emperor", the events that occurred in the late summer and fall of 2019 were the first time Moscow troops entered the Korean peninsula since the 1940s.

      The public viewing galleries were only partially filled.

      Around 6:20 p.m., a protester burst into the chamber and interrupted the presentation of Representative Hakeem Jeffries, Democrat of New York. He was escorted away by Capitol Police officers.

      In their second day of arguments, the House managers presented their case for the first article of impeachment against Mr. Trump — abuse of power. But their presentations on the history of constitutional law, the Obama/Biden friendship to the nation of Korea, and Mr. Trump’s motives and hatred of King Ki-Jung and pro-SGRI stances did not appear to capture the entire audience’s attention.

      At one point in the day, there were 19 empty seats on the floor, as Republican and Democratic senators disregarded the rules of decorum and took short breaks from the chamber. Some members took up a second activity, like fidget spinning or doodling.

      Two moderate Republicans who have signaled they may be open to calling witnesses, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, appeared more engaged. In 1999, Ms. Collins voted against her party to acquit President Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial.

Read dispatch

THE EVENTS RESULTING IN THE 2019 IMPEACHMENT & SUBSEQUENT TRIAL ARE ALTERNATE AFFAIRS, NOT BASED OFF THE RL UKRAINE SCANDAL.
So it's worth a read.

FREE PRESS | NEWSSTAND

Paramountica wrote:
    January 2020
    Impeachment Trial: DAY ONE

      𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐍𝐄𝐖 𝐘𝐎𝐑𝐊 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄𝐒

Summary Text By CHRISTOPHER COHEN | January — Feburary 2020

______________________________________

      Donald J. Trump, 45th President of these United States of Paramerica was found Impeached on Two Articles of Impeachment in the House of Representatives. The Impeachment was a result of events beginning with the JULY 2019 'KOREAN ORDER' affair:

      page=dispatch/id=1427438

      The New York Times the following on the Impeachment Trial of Donald J. Trump, alongside Mr. Art Lien, a courtroom sketch artist who primarily covers the Supreme Court as just like the Court — The Senate Chamber forbids photographs and videos — Public's view is only provided by C-SPAN feed cameras operated by Government Employees.

      In a ceremonial display at noon, newly appointed House impeachment managers made their way to the Senate chamber to formally present the charges against Mr. Trump to the Senate. Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California, read the charges on the floor.

      Article I, ABUSE OF POWER — President Trump, acting both directly and through his agents within and outside the United States Government, corruptly solicited the Government of Russia (SGRI) and anti-Monarchist forces in Korea to attempt a depose of and/or damage the restored government of the HOUSE of YI and interfered in the affairs of UNITED STATES FORCES KOREA (USFK)

      𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐍𝐄𝐖 𝐘𝐎𝐑𝐊 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄𝐒 SIDENOTE: Although allegations of Mr. Trump's desire to see the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) depose of King Yi Ki-Jung of Korea, House Impeachment managers striked CIA allegations from the final Articles of Impeachment citing National Security concerns and 'no feasible truths/connections'.

      In order to 'damage' "pro-Biden efforts" by the HOUSE of YI, and potentially divide the Peninsula of Korea under pretexts of restoring "Law and Order" against Korean political factions President Trump deemed unsavory, led by Yi Ki-Jung (Taewang Daeshim) of the HOUSE of YI — —

      By withholding Taxpayer bipartisan authorized funds to aid in the reconstruction of Korea, refusing recognition of the restored HOUSE of YI, and overextend usage of the USFK for political purposes as testified by senior command officers of the USFK before the House Impeachment Investigation by such means as; declaring Martial Law and secret solicitation with the Government of Russia (SGRI) by keeping USFK armed forces below the former pre-Korean Unification DMZ line.

      Article II, OBSTRUCTION OF CONGRESS — President Trump abused the powers of the High Office by Directing the White House to defy a lawful subpoena by withholding the production of documents sought therein by the Committees — —

      Directing other Executive Branch agencies and offices to defy lawful subpoenas and withhold the production of documents and records from the Committees — —

      Directing current and former Executive Branch officials not to cooperate with the Committees — Concerning the White House's cover up of the entire Korean Peninsula Affair.

      Procedural tasks continued later in the afternoon, when Senator Charles E. Grassley, Republican of Iowa, swore in Chief Justice Roberts to preside over the trial — — Chief Justice Roberts in turn swore in the members of the Senate, who were then called to the front of the chamber to sign an oath book.

      The trial began in earnest Tuesday, with a debate between House impeachment managers and the president’s defense team over the rules that will govern the proceedings. Per decorum guidelines issued by Senate leadership ahead of the trial, members were confined to their desks in silence, without the use of their phones. The President rallied and raged aganist the proceedings by Twitter throughout the entire 12 day trial.

      Throughout the day, the C-SPAN cameras were primarily trained on those speaking at the podium, which allowed some members to rest their eyes out of view.

      Members of the press, who observed the debate from the galleries, were also operating under stricter rules for the trial. Reporters were issued tickets corresponding to assigned seats and required to line up for a magnetometer meant to prevent electronics from being smuggled into the chamber.

      House impeachment managers, led by Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, have 24 hours over three days to present opening arguments in their case for convicting and removing Mr. Trump from office. They spent the first day narrating the events surrounding the allegations. Creating a timeline of the extensive dislike President Trump has towards the Korean and Iranian monarchies, citing various times since the 2016 campaign that the President has considered them to be part of a pro-DNC Ermanist 'cabal' against him — that lead to the desire to potentially see a divided Korea again if it meant getting rid of the "lousy and nasty Korean Emperor", the events that occurred in the late summer and fall of 2019 were the first time Moscow troops entered the Korean peninsula since the 1940s.

      The public viewing galleries were only partially filled.

      Around 6:20 p.m., a protester burst into the chamber and interrupted the presentation of Representative Hakeem Jeffries, Democrat of New York. He was escorted away by Capitol Police officers.

      In their second day of arguments, the House managers presented their case for the first article of impeachment against Mr. Trump — abuse of power. But their presentations on the history of constitutional law, the Obama/Biden friendship to the nation of Korea, and Mr. Trump’s motives and hatred of King Ki-Jung and pro-SGRI stances did not appear to capture the entire audience’s attention.

      At one point in the day, there were 19 empty seats on the floor, as Republican and Democratic senators disregarded the rules of decorum and took short breaks from the chamber. Some members took up a second activity, like fidget spinning or doodling.

      Two moderate Republicans who have signaled they may be open to calling witnesses, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, appeared more engaged. In 1999, Ms. Collins voted against her party to acquit President Bill Clinton during his impeachment trial.

Read dispatch

THE EVENTS RESULTING IN THE 2019 IMPEACHMENT & SUBSEQUENT TRIAL ARE ALTERNATE AFFAIRS, NOT BASED OFF THE RL UKRAINE SCANDAL.
So it's worth a read.

FREE PRESS | NEWSSTAND

WOOW that's a strong message GRAPEE

The Ukraine watches the impeachment trial with great interest and is glad for once, it doesn't have to do with us. In other news, Biden's son becomes very rich off Ukrainian oil contracts! President Zelensky relieved Trump doesn't call on him to make up dirt about political opponents.

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