NationStates Jolt Archive

Credonia spits in the face of the Austar Union

Austar Union
25-05-2004, 15:56
As a sign of goodwill between the Austar Union and Credonia, President James Madison has offered the Presidential Chatau to both President Alexander Sutton of Credonia, and Empress Fate of IIsidua as a gift to the newly wedded couple.

President Madison said that he is giving the Chatau to the to-be couple as a last ditch attempt to restore some form of relations with the nation of Credonia.

"Who knows," commented Madison on his morning jog, "They may even honour us by making it a destination in their overall honeymoon tour. It WILL be available to them all the time, so its really up to them."

The Presidential Chatau was given to the Austarian government back in the 1700's as a gift from the French government back in the days of initial independance.

Named the Chateau d'Amo, it was beautifully and elaboratly designed by the famous Phillibert Le Roy, famous for his design of the Chateau de Vesailles, alongside Francois d'Orbay.

Over some twenty years, the Chateau d'Amo was handcrafted by One Hundred of France's finest artists. The building was originally designed for a new Presidential Palace in Paris, however after the Austar Union was founded, the French Government gave the Chateau designs and built it for the new nation.

Here are some pictures of the Chateau:



One of the Twenty Sitting Rooms:

As an extra surprise, President James Madison has promised an extra surprise that comes with the Chateau, however he has yet to release it of what it is.

In the meantime, the gift comes with Twenty Chefs, Thirty Housecleaners, and Fifty Security Guards, all staffed and payed for by the Austarian authorities.

It is hoped that the Credonians will accept the gift as a gift of new friendship and goodwill, to help sort any differences between the two former allies. It is also hoped, that although tensions still flare, that the Credonians will still be willing to re-open relations between the two world powers.


Now in other news...
Austar Union
26-05-2004, 04:51
The next day, Madison was questioned about his involvement in the Red Bloc Army, and what the Credonian response was to his gift;

"Well," replied the President on his morning jog, "Our involvement with the Red Bloc Army is actually quiet strong, being its current Intelligence Minister and Acting Secretary-General."

The reporter huffed as he struggled to keep up with the highly fit President, "And what have you heard from the Credonians sir?"

"Nothing," replied the President, "I guess President Alexander has been a bit busy to read his current messages. But in all goodwill, you have to be patient."
26-05-2004, 07:48
Due to MOST recent events, I cannot and will not accept your gift. Remember AU, all decisions your nation takes will have an affect on diplomacy one way or another, and your "stock" just went down a couple more points.

Also, until the matter is looked into more, Credonia is haulting sending Secretary of State Lauren Smith to Austar Union for Credonia-AU foreign relation talks between our nations.
Austar Union
26-05-2004, 07:56
A few hours ago, President Madison gave his official response.

Angryly, he stood on the podium, "How can a nation call itself a DIPLOMACY FIRST nation when it is so willing to spit in the faces of those who try to make peace with them. Hypocracy at its highest level, im sure....."

With that, he stormed off the podium.
26-05-2004, 08:02
26-05-2004, 08:18
President Alexander Sutton gave a brief statement to the press walkin on his way to another part of the Presidential Palace

"It is not hypocracy what I did. All actions in politics have some kind of diplomatic backlash, whether it be good or bad. this is MY way of showing my total disquest of AU's blatent and obvious actions to prevent Credonia from gaining entry into one of NS' top alliances by using his position within that alliance to scewer the facts. That in itself signals that AU is not really committed to the peace process, therefore, we see no need to try to reach out for a smoothing of relations with them. Until they show some responsibility and act like a decent government, Credonia will have nothing to do with that nation. AU is the only other nation we have a problem with, so to say its hypocracy is false."

With that, the President moved on.
26-05-2004, 08:27
This is a statement of our full support for the nation of Credonia.

Allanea, President of the Ali'Staan Accord
26-05-2004, 08:30
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26-05-2004, 08:31
Allanea, your support is valued and appreciated.
Austar Union
26-05-2004, 08:50
President Madison laughed as he was told the Credonian response while on his morning jog,

"Its somewhat comedic that the Credonians seem to have the attitude that we are disadvantaging them. We are actually not in charge of who comes into the Red Bloc Army, so it wasnt our desision ultimately. Bah, if we wanted the Credonian people disadvantaged, we would never have offered them the prestigue gift.

Nevertheless, we think it also comedic that the Credonians seem to be continuesly biased against us, despite the fact that we have tried to make peace with them. This is something I may add, which we have not yet been able to attain. Ultimatly, it is the Credonians who have the golf club. We're encouraging them to hit the ball, but ultimately, its their swing."
26-05-2004, 08:51
Austar Union
26-05-2004, 08:53
Sal Masekela has vowed himself to be in support of Austar Union.

The Secretary of State Peter Richards wishes to thank the Sniper Country for their support.

He notes that the People and Leadership of Sniper Country have ALWAYS proven themselves to be full of wisdom, pointing to their history as evidence.