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Charles De Gaulle
 Posted: Mar 6 2014, 08:04 PM
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Consistently all the USSR can do is claim its innocence in anything yet every statement at the same time delivers a threat.

"European Assets".

America has not threatened your security, you conducted an attack on Japan on a hyped up invalid reason which you thought you could get away with whilst the United States was involved in the current Greek Crisis. French assets will become fully operational and the Military will be placed on High Alert.
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Joseph Stalin
 Posted: Mar 6 2014, 10:10 PM
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There is no threat, merely a warning: attacking, or invading the Soviet Union will bring about a retaliatory response. I would like to note that no Soviet forces in Europe have been mobilized, however they have been placed on alert. What we speak are merely sentences containing warnings; no actions have been taken to elevate anything we have done - something France cannot say.

I encourage the French Republic to tread carefully. It was not too long ago that mobilization was viewed as tantamount to a declaration of war.
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Charles De Gaulle
 Posted: Mar 8 2014, 07:17 AM
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When a state issues warning, my country will take it upon itself to prepare itself, so yes if you view mobilization as a declaration of war, maybe you should not be issuing these "warnings". Europe has just come out of a war and we will not sit back while another state threatens that by issuing warnings.
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Joseph Stalin
 Posted: Mar 10 2014, 10:03 PM
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Perhaps instead of preoccupying itself with mobilization and "readiness," France could actually contribute towards a resolution of this crisis. Perhaps you are itching to go to war sir, and see death and destruction, but we are not, and this is why we are continually pushing towards a diplomatic solution.

The United States has consistently refused negotiations, and is preparing a counter offensive for weeks now. We have consistently proposed diplomatic solutions which the United States is not willing to accept for its belief that it can cling on to its hegemony over Japan. Unless Washington considers this issue seriously, you will drive us toward irreparable damages caused by war.
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Charles De Gaulle
 Posted: Mar 11 2014, 05:20 PM
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The only resolution France will accept is one that represents the people and not Soviet commands. You cannot simply command a nation hold a neutral stance when it is up to the people what their country does, not you, not Washington.

So instead of saying Japan must do this and Japan must do that, why don't you actually ask Japan if they want to be "neutral".
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Joseph Stalin
 Posted: Mar 12 2014, 12:46 AM
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This is a novel suggestion by the French Republic. I take it that your government would be willing to see the Wehrmacht immediately reinstated by the will of the German people? I think not. Do not be hypocritical. Japan, like Germany, surrendered unconditionally, and its incumbent government is not a sovereign one. We have full legal right to demand neutrality of any future sovereign Japanese state as an allied power and signatory of all agreements reached regarding Japan.
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Charles De Gaulle
 Posted: Mar 12 2014, 07:09 AM
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QUOTE (Joseph Stalin @ Mar 12 2014, 12:46 AM)
user posted image - Yakov Malik
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This is a novel suggestion by the French Republic. I take it that your government would be willing to see the Wehrmacht immediately reinstated by the will of the German people? I think not. Do not be hypocritical. Japan, like Germany, surrendered unconditionally, and its incumbent government is not a sovereign one. We have full legal right to demand neutrality of any future sovereign Japanese state as an allied power and signatory of all agreements reached regarding Japan.



However, Japan hasn't surrendered unconditionally to YOU, it surrendered to the United States, If I do recall you ARE STILL at war, in no way am I being hypocritical but I don't believe the German people supported Hitler after what he had done as much of it was hidden from them and propaganda was used to fool their minds, likewise, France will not support a resolution that forces the Japanese people to do as Stalin wishes.
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Joseph Stalin
 Posted: Mar 12 2014, 09:47 PM
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The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics is a signatory of the Instrument of Surrender, therefore yes, Japan did surrender to the USSR.[/font]
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Charles De Gaulle
 Posted: Mar 12 2014, 09:58 PM
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As is France, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands, shall we get them to make some demands too. The simple fact is Mr Malik...As many times as the Soviet Union screams...The United States will not just allow it to get what it wants, we have shown this to your government multiple times. So I'm just going to say what basically everyone is thinking, Truman will remain in Japan as long as it takes, so instead of repeating demands that have been declined, please face facts, Japan posed no threat to your country, you just used the excuse so you could try and force Japanese policy and we will simply not stand for it.
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Juan Peron
 Posted: Mar 13 2014, 12:27 AM
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Perhaps if the USSR considers pulling its troops out of Eastern Europe, the US would consider pulling out of Japan?

The Argentine Ambassador to the UN, Edelmiro Julian Farrell


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Harry S. Truman
 Posted: Mar 13 2014, 07:01 PM
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I cannot imagine the Soviet Union would consider such a possibility.


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Juan Peron
 Posted: Mar 13 2014, 11:13 PM
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My point exactly.


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