Ambassador Sven Lundberg is welcomed in Pretoria International Airport. Premier Max Schachtman and his secretary is waiting on the other side of the room...
Secretary Sofia: *Offers her hand* Comrade Sven, Welcome to the Afrikan Union! Our Great premier is waiting for you meet you in person.
The ambassador shakes her hand and smiles. “Thank you for the warm welcome! I cannot wait to meet the great premier.”
Sec. Sofia: "First of all, Premier Max wanted to make you more comfortable visiting our country... Our nation's famous Amarula spirit will be served in the meeting
*Sec. Sofia leads him to Premier Max*
Premier Max: " Ah comrade Sven... Please seat and have a drink while we have a very fruitful conversation for the future of the relations of our nations...."
Sven smiles. “Well thank you very much. That will make me more comfortable.”
He follows her over to the Premier.
“Hello Mr Premier, I hope that we can have a fruitful conversation about our nations future relations. Your hospitality is outstanding.” He sits down and takes a drink.
Due to the socialist economy of the nation, the Republican Armed Forces of Afrikan Union had remained stagnant and largely undeveloped. For the past decade, the economy has become more and more centralized. Some leading politicians such as Chairman Norman Thomas have wanted to continue the status quo while Premier Max Schachtman and Secretary Arthur Horner desire a more centralized and authoritarian economy.
Meanwhile, the employment rate around the country is increasing due to the policies that put a strong focus on working-class Afrikan men. Women are now allowed to work on high demanding jobs that were men only allowed back in the monarchy era.
Premier Max: "So comrade, since you were the representative of the Great Nordic... What does your nation think about the Afrikan Union?.... As you can see, Our country has become more prosperous under the Syndicalist policies and my guidance..."
The Syndicalist Afrikan Union condemns this kind of actions as this impedes the political rights of the people of Jeollabuk
The SAU openly supports our brothers and sisters on Jeollabuk Prefecture for fighting for their political rights as what our people did back in 1995 Afrikan Revolutions against the oppressive south african monarchy. The SAU stated that the dispersal of this protest is unconstitutional.