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What my opponent in the campaing is insinuating is that due to my enhancements I didn't suffered in the war as much as the common soldier and the voters only trust in a woman for the job because she, as some people claim, " acted as Lady Liberty". I respectfully disagree: the women of the Amazon Project fought in the most dangerous fronts of the war and in some cases had to accomplish her missions in full enemy territory. Many times I managed to come gracefully of death or life situations, not by augmented strength or speed, but for pure intelligence, wit and faith. And if a woman can fight and stand against tiranny and totalitarianism, I dare say she can lead this country in the restless quest for freedom.
- Senator Grace Kelly
Senator and later President of the United States of America, Grace "Lady Liberty" Kelly during a presidential debate with rival candidate Charles Lindburgh. Kelly was and remains one of the most popular "masked heroes" of her generation, being the product of the Amazon Project, a US government project to tap into the previously ignored potential superhumans among the female population in order to gain an edge over the Iron Pact of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. Kelly was one of the main successes of the program, being the public lead of the Amazon Brigade as Lady Liberty that was put together from participants. Post V-E Day in 1949, Kelly remained active on the homefront, before retiring after disagreements with the government regarding deployment into Central America. Kelly would turn to politics, being a long serving senator for Pennsylvania and the third three term President (and the first not named Roosevelt).

Most bonkers thing I saw in the war? Oh, you saw a lot of strange and backward shite on the road to Berlin, especially in the last year or two. Some of the SS nutters used the last of their bombs to blow up a bunch of prisoners right as us and the Yanks were closing in on them. This was in '57 or so, they didn't have any planes or pilots left. "Last Jews in Europe," they told us. Apparently they'd kept them around to show off at rallies, show how the Krauts had broken and reduced them. Little SS fucker with rotten teeth, wouldn't stop smiling even as we threw him in the back of a truck. "The Furher would be proud," he wouldn't stop shouting. I heard he hung himself later, after Heydrich shot himself. Like I said, backwards shite.
 
Most bonkers thing I saw in the war? Oh, you saw a lot of strange and backward shite on the road to Berlin, especially in the last year or two. Some of the SS nutters used the last of their bombs to blow up a bunch of prisoners right as us and the Yanks were closing in on them. This was in '57 or so, they didn't have any planes or pilots left. "Last Jews in Europe," they told us. Apparently they'd kept them around to show off at rallies, show how the Krauts had broken and reduced them. Little SS fucker with rotten teeth, wouldn't stop smiling even as we threw him in the back of a truck. "The Furher would be proud," he wouldn't stop shouting. I heard he hung himself later, after Heydrich shot himself. Like I said, backwards shite.
A quote from the book - Hell on Earth, the Second World War; 1939-1957.

"I would like to have a simple answer. HOW IN THE WORLD DID THE TURKS DEFEAT THE RUSSIANS IN THAT WAR IN 1878?! I STILL CAN'T FIND A SHRED OF LOGIC IN HOW THEY WON THE WAR AND RECEIVED BATUMI AS A WARGOAL!"
 
A quote from the book - Hell on Earth, the Second World War; 1939-1957.

"I would like to have a simple answer. HOW IN THE WORLD DID THE TURKS DEFEAT THE RUSSIANS IN THAT WAR IN 1878?! I STILL CAN'T FIND A SHRED OF LOGIC IN HOW THEY WON THE WAR AND RECEIVED BATUMI AS A WARGOAL!"
German Chancellor Eric Heydrich in 1881 in a staff meeting expressing his consternation on the Ottoman Empire recent military victories. The Ottoman Empire experienced an important revival in that time due to a turbulent but surprisingly efficient period of reformation beginning in the mid-eighteen century. These reforms involved taking power and authority away from the Janissaries and changing the succession system in order to avoid the bloody power struggles which happened each time a Sultan died. Such measures shook the empire for some time and the Janissary Guard had to be removed after a coup attempt.

Decades later, the empire had to change itself once again to adapt to the post-WWII world, transforming into the Federated Monarchy of Turkey and the Levant and establishing a Commonwealth between the empire's historical territories.

"I have been thinking in the prophecy of the Oracle for some time, and knowing what I know now, I suspect the baby is Amateratsu herself, the Sun Invictus walking between mortals, the Second Coming in which my christian mother believed. And because such an act is not only despicable by itself but disastrous for the higher order of things and furthermore I have come to understand and appreciate you, I will make you one last promise: I won't let my brother Lucius kill Princess Koyuki."
 
"I have been thinking in the prophecy of the Oracle for some time, and knowing what I know now, I suspect the baby is Amateratsu herself, the Sun Invictus walking between mortals, the Second Coming in which my christian mother believed. And because such an act is not only despicable by itself but disastrous for the higher order of things and furthermore I have come to understand and appreciate you, I will make you one last promise: I won't let my brother Lucius kill Princess Koyuki."
Quote from James Ito, a Japanese-Portuguese wise man who's having been raised the son of a Shinto man and Christian woman gave him a rather unique perspective in life. This perspective would see him being sought out by the Emperor to act as an advisor in dealing with the string of conflicts occurring between the predominately Catholic south of Japan and the predominantly Shinto North of the Island. As his involvement became greater, James would end up developing a fatherly bond with Koyuki, the heir to the Japanese thrown, a bond which would lead him to committing fratricide in her defense.

"In all my years as a reporter, I never would've guessed that a Gay, Asian-Latino Catholic would not only run for the presidency of California, but win it as well, and as an independent no less!"
 
"In all my years as a reporter, I never would've guessed that a Gay, Asian-Latino Catholic would not only run for the presidency of California, but win it as well, and as an independent no less!"
A local Fresno news reporter's comment on the arrival of Roddy Gonzales to the city after his election in 2012. An immigant to the US, he came out years prior in 1994.

"They'll poison our water supply, burn our houses and places of worship, deliver a pandemic onto our states, and insult our mothers!"
"They will!?"
"No, but are we just going to wait around until they do?!"
 
"They'll poison our water supply, burn our houses and places of worship, deliver a pandemic onto our states, and insult our mothers!"
"They will!?"
"No, but are we just going to wait around until they do?!"
Dialogue between far right politician and presidential candidate John Kelly of the United Australian States and an aide, about Hindustani and Nusantaran immigration.


"Damn! She could topple my elected government and violate my civil liberties any day!"
 
"Damn! She could topple my elected government and violate my civil liberties any day!"
Line from reporter James O'Hara, main character of the 1978 political comedy Red Rice. The film would lampoon the at the time shaky relations between the United States and China following an attack on an American base in Taiwan by communist sympathizer's. Investigations would reveal that the Chinese government had no involvement in the attack, and would even arrest Chinese citizens that had connections with the terrorists as a gesture of friendliness in 1980.

"When the Atheistic policies of Moscow was overthrown, it was by my hands. When Constantinople was returned to Orthodox Greeks, it was by my hands, when the Russian Church was restored and reformed, it was by my hands, and it will be by my hands that all Christians will be brought under my rule, as willed by God himself." - Czar Putin the 1st, prophet of the reformed Orthodox Church.
 
Line from reporter James O'Hara, main character of the 1978 political comedy Red Rice. The film would lampoon the at the time shaky relations between the United States and China following an attack on an American base in Taiwan by communist sympathizer's. Investigations would reveal that the Chinese government had no involvement in the attack, and would even arrest Chinese citizens that had connections with the terrorists as a gesture of friendliness in 1980.

"When the Atheistic policies of Moscow was overthrown, it was by my hands. When Constantinople was returned to Orthodox Greeks, it was by my hands, when the Russian Church was restored and reformed, it was by my hands, and it will be by my hands that all Christians will be brought under my rule, as willed by God himself." - Czar Putin the 1st, prophet of the reformed Orthodox Church.
Excerpt from Harry Turtledove's fantasy novel The Angry Bear, which depicts a more fanciful, though still corrupt, version of post-Soviet Russia.

"Surely, you must smite the man for his insolence toward you."

"Your majesty, insolence is as American as apple pie and baseball."

"But surely such disrespect emboldens rebellion."

"Some will argue that disrespect is the best thing about being an American."
 
"Surely, you must smite the man for his insolence toward you."

"Your majesty, insolence is as American as apple pie and baseball."

"But surely such disrespect emboldens rebellion."

"Some will argue that disrespect is the best thing about being an American."
An argument between the Marquis of Providence, Maurice du Motier (descendant of the Marquis de Lafayette and later the first Marquis of Providence Gilbert du Mortier) and Prime Minister Spencer Winston Churchill before King Adam Washington II of the Free Kingdoms of America in 1904. The argument was with regards to the fate of Joshua Norton Jr., a prominent citizen in California who spat in the face of the King at a ball celebrating the 10th year of Adam's reign. Though the businessman was fined for assault, Norton's lenient treatment was indicative of changing attitudes regarding nobility and the role of the King, including the views of the King himself.

"The Revolution cannot stop here, oh no. What we have done here will surely make the crowned heads of Europe tremble, and they will stamp us out as soon as they realize the magnitude of our achievement. Though our nation is strong and our resolve unbreakable, we cannot hope to be left in peace, they simply will not let us, not after the challenge to their authority we have made. So we must see this challenge through, my brothers, and raise up like minded men across Europe and indeed beyond, and establish a free, fraternal order of republics so all the peoples might dwell here in peace forever more."
 
"The Revolution cannot stop here, oh no. What we have done here will surely make the crowned heads of Europe tremble, and they will stamp us out as soon as they realize the magnitude of our achievement. Though our nation is strong and our resolve unbreakable, we cannot hope to be left in peace, they simply will not let us, not after the challenge to their authority we have made. So we must see this challenge through, my brothers, and raise up like minded men across Europe and indeed beyond, and establish a free, fraternal order of republics so all the peoples might dwell here in peace forever more."
Excerpt from a speech by Walter Ulbricht, President of the German Communist Party, following the Anschluss with Austria in the summer of 1960 to create a Pan-German communist state. Ulbricht was well aware that King Louis XX of France, who had viciously warned against such a move in the preceding weeks, would react by going to war in concert with Prussia and Poland to destroy the German communist state. During his speech, Ulbricht announced that conscription in Germany and Austria was to be expanded and that a policy of kriegsozialismus "war socialism" was to be implemented.

"I say to you, assembled elders, councilmen, generals, and men of this city, that our beloved republic, victorious in two wars, is in very real danger of extinction. For although we have humbled our foe twice, he still possesses the means to destroy us, and if our grandchildren are to grow up in peace, we must eliminate the threat while we are strong. I say to you, in the language of our enemies: ROMA DENDELA EST!"
 
Excerpt from a speech by Walter Ulbricht, President of the German Communist Party, following the Anschluss with Austria in the summer of 1960 to create a Pan-German communist state. Ulbricht was well aware that King Louis XX of France, who had viciously warned against such a move in the preceding weeks, would react by going to war in concert with Prussia and Poland to destroy the German communist state. During his speech, Ulbricht announced that conscription in Germany and Austria was to be expanded and that a policy of kriegsozialismus "war socialism" was to be implemented.

"I say to you, assembled elders, councilmen, generals, and men of this city, that our beloved republic, victorious in two wars, is in very real danger of extinction. For although we have humbled our foe twice, he still possesses the means to destroy us, and if our grandchildren are to grow up in peace, we must eliminate the threat while we are strong. I say to you, in the language of our enemies: ROMA DENDELA EST!"
Hannibal Barca, after Carthage won the Second Punic War, explaining to the Carthaginian politicians that Rome is still a big threat and must be taken out.

"Endless unrest. It sounds unpleasant, but this is necessary to avoid cultural stagnation."
 
Hannibal Barca, after Carthage won the Second Punic War, explaining to the Carthaginian politicians that Rome is still a big threat and must be taken out.

"Endless unrest. It sounds unpleasant, but this is necessary to avoid cultural stagnation."
American Radical politician Aaron Burr, who publicly advocates for a state of Eternal Revolution throughout the newly independent American colonies. Despite his calls for this, Burr would create an autocratic state in his adopted home of New Orleans, who's centralized control of the Mississippi and constant support of unrest elsewhere in North America would allow it to dominate the former British colonies.

"The American Revolution shows us this: we cannot deny British colonies of good standing their rightful representation in the Houses of Parliament. The men of Canada, now full of loyalists thanks to the depredations of American savages, and those in Bermuda, the Bahamas, and indeed those men of breeding serving His Majesty's interest across the seas in India, Africa, and Asia... all these men deserve representatives protecting their interests here in the Home Country."
 
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American Radical politician Aaron Burr, who publicly advocates for a state of Eternal Revolution throughout the newly independent American colonies. Despite his calls for this, Burr would create an autocratic state in his adopted home of New Orleans, who's centralized control of the Mississippi and constant support of unrest elsewhere in North America would allow it to dominate the former British colonies.
Quote, please.
 
American Radical politician Aaron Burr, who publicly advocates for a state of Eternal Revolution throughout the newly independent American colonies. Despite his calls for this, Burr would create an autocratic state in his adopted home of New Orleans, who's centralized control of the Mississippi and constant support of unrest elsewhere in North America would allow it to dominate the former British colonies.

"The American Revolution shows us this: we cannot deny British colonies of good standing their rightful representation in the Houses of Parliament. The men of Canada, now full of loyalists thanks to the depredations of American savages, and those in Bermuda, the Bahamas, and indeed those men of breeding serving His Majesty's interest across the seas in India, Africa, and Asia... all these men deserve representatives protecting their interests here in the Home Country."
British politician Jonathan Adams demanding representation of the British Colonies in the Parliament after the defeat against the american rebels in the American Revolutionary War. A bloodier and more turbulent American Independence raised awareness between some sectors of british politics of the necessity to provide a better treatment and proper representation to the settlers and the risk of brutal rebellions by mistreated settlers breaking the Empire.

This led to the decision of changing the Virtual representation concept by elections for representatives in the Empire territories.

"Yeeah, we did it, we did it, Manuel! London is ours and without a fight! Yeah!"
 
"Yeeah, we did it, we did it, Manuel! London is ours and without a fight! Yeah!"
Spoken to Simon de Bolibar during the Ontario War, just one of many between Spain, England, and France over the new World in the 1770's. In the end, the French got dominance over the area, and renamed London, Ontario to Brest.

"Was ever a woman in this humor fooled so hard?
Was ever a woman in this humor so pathetically deceived?"
 
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"Was ever a woman in this humor fooled so hard?
Was ever a woman in this humor so pathetically deceived?"
Closing lines from the Shakespeare comedy Female Follies, a rather tongue and cheek work noted for its comedic depiction of the of the reign of Charlotte the First, an Irish born woman who would lead a rebellion in Wales against English rule, eventually becoming co-monarch of the reformed Anglo-Welsh federation.

"I know what you're thinking, Alexander, how on Earth do you intend to conquer the whole world? Well I'll tell you.
*music begins to play*

With a swing of the sword and throw of the spear....."
 
Closing lines from the Shakespeare comedy Female Follies, a rather tongue and cheek work noted for its comedic depiction of the of the reign of Charlotte the First, an Irish born woman who would lead a rebellion in Wales against English rule, eventually becoming co-monarch of the reformed Anglo-Welsh federation.

"I know what you're thinking, Alexander, how on Earth do you intend to conquer the whole world? Well I'll tell you.
*music begins to play*

With a swing of the sword and throw of the spear....."
The opening lines of the main song ("Conquerer") from hit Broadway musical Greatness by Spanish composer, actor, and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda. The play details the life of Alexander the Great, and would go on to become a smash hit throughout the Spanish speaking world and beyond. Miranda, born in the Autonomous Community of Puerto Rico, would use the success he had with Greatness to pursue larger projects, and later to pursue a political career, becoming the first person born in the overseas colonies to achieve the Prime Ministership of the Spanish Federation.

"Goddamn royals. I swear, sometimes I think we would be better off following the French and lopping all of their blue blooded heads clean off."
 
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