After their successful moon landing, Dàguó astronauts have removed your nation’s flag from the satellite’s rocky surface and replaced it with their own.
“Damn Dàguó doofuses, dropping in where they’re not wanted!” complains border control officer Kelly Sulu, attempting to find the landing site through a small telescope. “Give us the say-so and we’ll put out a warrant for these vandals! If Dàguó doesn’t extradite them, we’ll just have to prosecute them in absentia.”
“How can you expect one lonely flag to survive undefended?” wonders astronaut Pedro Butt. “We need a more permanent base on the moon to keep these Dàguó latecomers out. All it’ll take is a few Arma 3s, lots of oxygen, and an electric fence.”
The Talking Point
Citizens are deployed to barren deserts to protect small territorial claims.
apparently the youth of Nuregrad are conservatives. Good for the party that rules isn't it?
war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength.
Also, its more like we found them cause we attacked their nation.
-The Khan is Never Wrong in his Judgement
Sometimes it's just better to keep the people happy. And I believe I answered an issue a few days ago that now has my nation "randomly bombing foriegn countries as the new national sport". I wouldn't say randomly, for they are indeed enemies, but it is a bit sporting in it's own right.
Today is an historic day for the Imperial Family of Nuremgard. The first ever adopted member of the family has joined the ranks of the monarchy. Grand Princes Valerian and Andrei are now the proud fathers of Her Highness Princess Tatiana Andrievna. His Imperial Majesty the Tsar issued special letters patent to grant the infant princess her title and all the honours and dignities that accompany it.
The nation shares the dynasty's joy today and we hope the rest of the world will too.