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Post by Blakeway4 on 20th October 2011, 23:23

Galbadia will be teared down Cheeky/Razz
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Post by hiigarar on 20th October 2011, 23:34

Hiigara is offended that Galdabia even thinks about destroying our country. Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Thomas on 27th October 2011, 19:59




The government has replied: Secret alliance is revealed for the first time

Cattala leads a new "Alternative" political union: Neutrality
Fightback begins with the launch of the once-secret NSA

The government has announced its membership of the new Neutral States of the Alliance movement, an organisation uniting countries from across Europe and Oceania against the Pizen Pact and Atlantic Commonwealth, and puts the government in direct ideological opposition to Hiigara and the other AIN superpowers. The public revelation of the secretive NSA, which is believed to have been agreed by the founding members many weeks ago, is the first step of the government's comeback to the international fray and marks the end of months of humiliation and criticism of Cattala. The Neutral States movement, founded by Cattala and six other developed countries, opposes the colonialist and unjust actions of supra-national unions to threaten weaker states.

It's a clear signal that the Cattalian government is now ready to stand up to the might of Hiigara, Shushtrepistaz and the Atlantic Federation once more, but now without having to rely on the military assistance of other states. Diplomacy may yet win the day.

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Post by SmartbyLaw on 27th October 2011, 21:17

Cattala has an army?
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Blakeway4 on 27th October 2011, 22:02

Syldavia declares the NSA unrespectful of its own rules by accepting the membership of Cattala.

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by ForthWall on 27th October 2011, 23:16

Shushtrepistaz feels that the this is a minor threat to security as saying Cattala will now try to Stan up, or if I am not understanding trying to bully other nations

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by emgmod on 28th October 2011, 06:06

I remember Thomas planning the NSA way back when the Pizen Pact was in the early stages. Illu'a was invited to join, but declined because the entire country is run by hipsters we have a policy of avoiding pacts/sub-union alliances. Cheeky/Razz

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Post by Kevin on 28th October 2011, 13:06

It looks like some attempt to try and hoist Cattala up onto the world stage again, although this attempt does lookto be pretty... Well... feeble to need some work.

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Blakeway4 on 28th October 2011, 13:09

What's up with all the "nothing personal Thomas"? :roll: Cheeky/Razz

Dabu wrote: "way back when the Pizen Pact was in the early stages."

You don't know when we planned it so you can't say that.

Kevin wrote: "It looks like some attempt to try and hoist Cattala up onto the world stage again, although this attempt does look to be pretty... Well... feeble"

Nope. It's just what proven facts.
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Kevin on 28th October 2011, 16:03

I'm sorry? I don't quite get it (no offence there, if you felt any)
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by emgmod on 28th October 2011, 16:40

Blakeway4 wrote:What's up with all the "nothing personal Thomas"?
Memetic mutation.
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Post by Blakeway4 on 28th October 2011, 17:13

My bad Cheeky/Razz thought you were talking about something else :oops:
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Thomas on 29th October 2011, 15:23

SmartbyLaw wrote:Cattala has an army?

You have no idea how much that made me laugh. :LOL!:

And it's not about Cattala being put back to it's rightful former place. I'm not interested in war or Cattala's standing in the world. We're a tiny Mediterranean island of 4.4 million people, with only 0.38% of the AIN's GDP. We shouldn't be on the top of the pedestal.

I think a few of you need to take a look at this to see what the inspiration behind NSA was: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-Aligned_Movement

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Thomas on 11th November 2011, 18:38




Occupy Jennai protester shouting at riot police this morning

Occupy Jennai ends as courts allow police to evict protesters
Illegal protest camp torn up and anti-capitalists removed forcibly by police

Occupy Jennai's camp outside the Jennai Harbour bridge has been closed down by the Metropolitan Police following a court declaration that the protest was illegal. The High Court judge, Lord Justice Amrea, gave the police permission to use force to remove the protesters and allowed the anti-capitalist protest camp to be cleared from the waterside square, resulting in the police moving into the area with full riot equipment and scuffles between police and protesters taking place. Seventeen people were arrested for disturbing the peace and assaulting police officers.

The Assistant Commissioner of the Jennai Metropolitan Police, James Warrison, said that "a number of protesters felt aggrieved by our officer's presence, and decided to act irresponsibly and aggressively towards the police at the scene. Seven people were arrested for assaulting police officers but thankfully no officers were injured." He also confirmed that the protest camp will not be allowed to return. "If any attempts are made to re-camp on that site, they will be forcibly removed once again."

Protesters had been outside the stock exchange for almost a month now, having copied the movements across North America and the developed world. Elsewhere the message from the Occupy movement has been one of anti-capitalism and a need to control bankers and corporate pay, whilst in Cattala the message has been more mixed as factions within the camp threatened to break it even before the court order passed.


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Fox hunting remains a contentious issue in rural and urban Cattala

Fox hunting ban to be repealed in Fieranti
Once-liberal province ends its 12-year ban on fox hunting as Conservatives and Il Popolo unite once more

The national government's coalition partners have joined together to end a provincially-divisive law in Fieranti by using their combined 4 seat majority to force through a ruling allowing fox hunting to return to Cattala's most liberal province. Since 1999, hunting of foxes has been illegal in the eastern region, but the rise in urban foxes and attacks against domestic pets and farm animals has resulted in popular support returning for the legalisation of the sport.

The Democratic Party has controlled most of urban and rural Fieranti for the past half century and its liberal, centre-left policies have meant that the provincial government has led the way in introducing anti-cruelty acts and pro-rights legislation on a national basis. However the fox ban angered many rural communities and was seen as one of the leading factors in the Democratic Party's majority falling to a mere one seat in August's election. The formation of a national coalition between Il Popolo and Cattolica Conservatori has meant that the Democratic majority isn't actually there - combined, the coalition has 10 seats whilst the Partito Democratico only has six.

The repealing of the ban signals the end of a 20-year battle to ban fox hunting nationwide, as animal rights campaigners have sought to do. The ban in Fieranti was hailed as the first step towards their goal, but the desire for a ban has waned since fox populations rose in the late 2000s.


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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by SmartbyLaw on 11th November 2011, 21:29

Interesting read, I hope nobody was hurt from the foxes and would Jennai protesters still be allowed to protest somewhere else? say, across the street?
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 04:37

And thats why AF provides free Healthcare and Education for all its citizens.
and absurd taxes too.
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 12th November 2011, 05:25

LOL Spy, what was that last part?
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by ForthWall on 12th November 2011, 05:39

*cough taxes churches cough*

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Post by Thomas on 12th November 2011, 12:45




Jennai's new water cannon will be available for protests in the future

Jennai Metropolitan Police receives first water cannon
Government approval allows the force to use the controversial device against rioters

Less than a day after the aggressive eviction of anti-capitalist protesters from Jennai Harbour, the Ministry of National Affairs have given its approval for the country's largest police force to use its new truck-mounted water cannon. The Public Order and Riot Control truck was ordered two years ago following violent protests in Jennai and will now be operational for the first time. The water cannon has never been used in Cattala before, and critics have called it an "aggressive escalation in police brutality".

The use of the PORC will need to be authorised by the Ministry of National Affairs and it will be based in Jennai, but could be used by other police forces after an agreement was reached between each of the seven main constabularies. The Metropolitan Police have announced that it will only be used in "exceptional circumstances" and sources within the police service have said it will be a last resort weapon, but it will be considered for use if the Occupy protest group attempts to restart their occupation of any area of Jennai.
The sight of a water cannon being used to counter riots and protests will be controversial - a recent poll in La Giornale suggested that over 60% of the public would not want to see aggressive use of a water cannon against protesters, and only 35% agreed that it should be used to counter urban riots.

@SBL: Foxes broke into rubbish bins and annoyed people by eating rabbits and chickens kept in gardens in the cities and farms in rural areas.
@Spy: Cattala has free healthcare and education. And don't tax churches. So what does your point prove? Cheeky/Razz

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Kevin on 12th November 2011, 12:55

Just wondering, is that the most potent weapon the JMP has? Or do they have other things (tear gas etc.) as well?
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Post by Thomas on 12th November 2011, 15:26

The water cannon is now the most potent weapon the JMP has, yes. Tear gas could, theoretically, be used in the water cannon but it hasn't been considered yet.

Tear gas has not been used in Cattala's police forces before and there are some Armed Police Units in each police force, who operate with rifles, pistols and sub machine guns. Only the APU, Military Police and Transport Police use guns.

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Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 17:22

I wasn´t reffereing to churches, the taxes from churchs are not even 1% of what is collected - I was talking about the citizens in overhall. AF is a bit too big to provide that without a cost - We weren´t a powerful Empire that stole gathered riches from all over the world to keep its reserves - we are an ex-colony that rushed to develop like everybody else in the Americas...
The only big contry that has All Free in this side of the planet is Brazil (Mexico and Argentina too I guess) - and we have the 2nd or 3rd heaviest taxes of the World.

You Americans have the money for that and let your poor rotten. And you dare to call Obama communist for that.
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Post by ForthWall on 12th November 2011, 17:30

Spy9600 wrote:I wasn´t reffereing to churches, the taxes from churchs are not even 1% of what is collected - I was talking about the citizens in overhall. AF is a bit too big to provide that without a cost - We weren´t a powerful Empire that stole gathered riches from all over the world to keep its reserves - we are an ex-colony that rushed to develop like everybody else in the Americas...
The only big contry that has All Free in this side of the planet is Brazil (Mexico and Argentina too I guess) - and we have the 2nd or 3rd heaviest taxes of the World.

You Americans have the money for that and let your poor rotten. And you dare to call Obama communist for that.

o.o Thomas is not American, and if you weren't referring to him, then you are just random. I think government aid makes people lazy O.o


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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 18:06

I know Thomas is not American, thats why I put it in italics...
I think government aid makes people lazy O.o - Or dead, in some cases...
You have to work to pay the taxes anyway...
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Post by Blakeway4 on 12th November 2011, 18:33

"The only big contry that has All Free in this side of the planet is Brazil (Mexico and Argentina too I guess) - and we have the 2nd or 3rd heaviest taxes of the World." - Spy wrote.

What do you mean?
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