Explain the AH Quote

I just stumbled upon this thread and it seemed interesting though i still dont quite understand the rule is it must be from an actual ah thread or can i make something up also how do you describe said quote do you describe it yourself or?
You just make up something based on the above quote and provide your own quote, which can be anything. You can even use an actual quote because people will just create a new scenario for it.
One of the poems found in the pockets of "Number 13465-WA", a Belgian industrial worker in Liege. It is only one of the many poems composed by that person, who was most likely executed during the Burgundian Purges of 1969-1971, which saw a large number of Liege's population executed by Sonderkommando units following the defeat of the SS-Wallonien division uprising during the "Revolution of the Three Nations". The poems were found in 1975 by J.D, an otherwise unknown Wehrmacht official participating in Operation Gundobald, which led to the pacification of Burgundy, the dissolution of the SS state and the reorganisation of the area by Germany and its European allies; the poems were later smuggled through Sweden to the USA, where they were published in 1981, under the title "Wispers from the Black Kingdom".

"There has been an empire built on ships and soldiers: Britain. There has been an empire built on money: America. Japan should be an empire built on electronics and technology. That's the only way she will survive"
Hideki Tojo, a leading general and politician of the Japanese Empire in the 1930, 40s and 50s. He advocated for Japan to achieve dominance in East Asia not through soldiers (though obviously Japan would need soldiers and ships to a great extent, like any great power) nor through money and finance, but through industrial improvement, and becoming a center of technological development. He dreamed of a scenario where all of the powers of East Asia - China, Korea, Dai Viet, the Sumatran League, the Kingdom of Borneo, et cetera - bought their planes, tanks and ships from Japan or used Japanese inventions in the ones they made, making them reliant on Japan in a way that was difficult to challenge, as long as Japan stayed in the lead of innovation.

When the Eastern Front of the Global War (1941-1952), Japan sold armaments and related devices - including powerful computers for codebreaking and encryption and the like - to all sides, but throught a carefully hidden policy of charging Korea and Dai Viet significantly less than they charged Japan, they played a crucial, if indirect role in preventing the Wu China from conquering either nation during the first half of the war, and the successes both nations made in annexing frontier territory from China in the latter half and the peace negotiations, once American and Russian forces, fresh from defeating the Danubian Empire and the Third French Empire in Europe, arrived in large numbers to finish with China.

Hey Satan, I know we don't talk much, but if there's any chance you could help me out here, I'd owe you, big time.
 
Hey Satan, I know we don't talk much, but if there's any chance you could help me out here, I'd owe you, big time.
Pope Boniface XX when the papal state is under siege by forces from HRE to the north and the abbasid caliphaye to the south this lead boniface to lead the papal state to war in the second war of the papal states (1880-1889) this time homever due to boniface striking a deal with satan he managed to defeat the abbasid in the south but cannot defeat the HRE in the north due to them having ironclads borrowed from the americans

"As i see in the distance the power of the dragon has grown so big the mighty bear has seen its opponent as they fight the north american union eagle will surely observe and wait until one of the animals has been ravaged enough and when that moment happened it will strike at a moment notice"
-President John Adelaide of the Indo-Australian union
 
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I just stumbled upon this thread and it seemed interesting though i still dont quite understand the rule is it must be from an actual ah thread or can i make something up also how do you describe said quote do you describe it yourself or?
You can make something up or quote something.
 
"As i see in the distance the power of the dragon has grown so big the mighty bear has seen its opponent as they fight the north american union eagle will surely observe and wait until one of the animals has been ravaged enough and when that moment happened it will strike at a moment notice"
-President John Adelaide of the Indo-Australian union
President John Adelaide of the North American Union, speaking in his home city of Vancouver, Columbia Province, on the formation of the so-called Indo-Australian union. The Indo-Australian Union consisted of remnants of the British Empire in the Empire of India and the Dominion of Australia along with territories in New Zealand, East Africa, and Indonesia.

The Union formed after the fall of Britain proper to Socialist revolution prompted by the Ultraconservative government's prosecuting of the war with the Federal Socialist Republics (Russia, and the "mighty bear" in question) and their partners in Europe. The dropping of the first nuclear bomb on an Anglo-Spanish troop formation along the Pyrenees, and the threat of further use of such terrible weapons, was the prompting event for the revolution by the underground Labor Movement. The Royal Navy evacuated the House of Hanover and many of the military assets in the Home Isles to Australia, and turned its attention to safeguarding a British Empire centered on the Indian Ocean.

"In a game like this and with players like these, perhaps it would be better to opt not to play. "
 
"In a game like this and with players like these, perhaps it would be better to opt not to play. "
A brazilian football commentator after seeing the victory of south france in world cup 2028, this world cup is famous for its dirty tactics especially the tactics employed by the north russian team over the crimean which lead to the death of the goal kipper andrei ivanovich another factor is that the city that the world cup is held in ankara, has recently suffered a typhoid outbreak and combined with the hot climate it lead to the withdrawl of the icelandic,singaporean,american and norwegian team.

Even when this is all happening the president of FIFA a certain mr green has said the victory of the south french team made it up for the 4 team withdrawl this of course enraged fans worldwide leading to his forced resignation the next month by the FIFA board and the european federation

"My dear boy it is simple to assume that we can make it happen but it is also simple to assume that we cannot make it happen"
 
A brazilian football commentator after seeing the victory of south france in world cup 2028, this world cup is famous for its dirty tactics especially the tactics employed by the north russian team over the crimean which lead to the death of the goal kipper andrei ivanovich another factor is that the city that the world cup is held in ankara, has recently suffered a typhoid outbreak and combined with the hot climate it lead to the withdrawl of the icelandic,singaporean,american and norwegian team.

Even when this is all happening the president of FIFA a certain mr green has said the victory of the south french team made it up for the 4 team withdrawl this of course enraged fans worldwide leading to his forced resignation the next month by the FIFA board and the european federation

"My dear boy it is simple to assume that we can make it happen but it is also simple to assume that we cannot make it happen"
Luigi Galvani to one of his apprentices on the first studies of electrical physics. Earlier scientists had discovered electric current, and speculated that lightning was an electric current. The experiments of Galvani on using a kite with a key, and a metal wire to the ground, were trying to see if lightning was a type of electrical discharge. The experiment, after suffering some failures, worked on March 9, 1760.

"What is a god, but a being actively worshipped and bestowed with immense supernatural power?"
 
Luigi Galvani to one of his apprentices on the first studies of electrical physics. Earlier scientists had discovered electric current, and speculated that lightning was an electric current. The experiments of Galvani on using a kite with a key, and a metal wire to the ground, were trying to see if lightning was a type of electrical discharge. The experiment, after suffering some failures, worked on March 9, 1760.

"What is a god, but a being actively worshipped and bestowed with immense supernatural power?"
A rant by the then major general howard buxomley the 3rd after finally reaching the zulu capital in the 7th Anglo-Zulu war (1990-1998). This war was particurally brutal as not only the zulu got access to new england arsenal,warplanes and most importantly war train they manage to trick the english into believing tjey have superpower this was achieved after zulu agent raided sicilian warhouses in bechuanaland for hallucination gas and then silently settinh it off in the british camp located in rorke drift.

"Fried green tomatoes? More like fried green tobago you idiot now go retake that island!"
-general sanchez
 
"Fried green tomatoes? More like fried green tobago you idiot now go retake that island!"
-general sanchez
General Ricardo Sanchez of the Continental Armed Forces to a lower-ranking officer during the Siege of Castara Bay. Armed Forces from the Assembly of Continental Republics were sent to aid pro-Spanish military forces from the Anarchist uprising on the island of Tobago. While General Sanchez's troops were initially pushed back out of the bay, Tobago would come under Spanish direct rule in a matter of weeks due to an embargo by Spanish and Continental navies, consistent naval shelling of crucial Anarchist military points, a severe weakening of the local economy, a morale crisis throughout the island's revolutionary population, and a resulting power struggle within the Asamblea Comunal de Tobago, the "central" governing body in Anarchist Tobago.

"Whoa, whoa, whoa, slow down. What? What do you mean they've taken the Harbour? #%!* D'aw God!!"
 
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General Ricardo Sanchez of the Continental Armed Forces to a lower-ranking officer during the Siege of Castara Bay. Armed Forces from the Assembly of Continental Republics were sent to aid pro-Spanish military forces from the Anarchist uprising on the island of Tobago. While General Sanchez's troops were initially pushed back out of the bay, Tobago would come under Spanish direct rule in a matter of weeks due to an embargo by Spanish and Continental navies, consistent naval shelling of crucial Anarchist military points, a severe weakening of the local economy, a morale crisis throughout the island's revolutionary population, and a resulting power struggle within the Asamblea Comunal de Tobago, the "central" governing body in Anarchist Tobago.

"Whoa, whoa, whoa, slow down. What? What do you mean they've taken the Harbour? #%!* D'aw God!!"
A Brotherhood paladin after seeing the fall of seattle harbour to the hands of the NCR under the command of colonel Hsu.

The NCR northern expansion was a major success for the republic as they managed to grab many lands belonging to the seattle brotherhood this is also helped with the fact that the mojave brotherhood has signed a truce with the NCR and now is siding with the NCR in exchange of lands in mexico and canada.

In this battle the NCR employed the use of a refurbished pre war missile cruiser called NCRS San Fransisco to bombard the shore of seattle harbour and they also utilize a ww2 era us navy submarine to sink as much brotherhood ship this battle was one of the major factor that lead to the seattle brotherhood defeat and collapse

"We from the NCR has offered you a deal, a great deal yet you squandered it like you squashed a bug as a result we have no choice but to use force"
- Colonel Andreas, 5th NCR Ghoul batallion
 
''For too long have the Marathas preyed on our empire soon they shall see what it is like to awaken a sleeping lion.''
Emperor Babur III
Building on his father's strengthening of the Mughal Empire by passing many needed reforms after the low point under Muhammad Shah and using the frequent civil wars of the Marathas to his advantage he decisively crushed them at the battle of Pune.
 
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'Begone Thot!!!'
'But I will let you do anything to me so pl-'
'I said silence For too long have the common people suffered under your reign and for that your death is what I need'
 
'Begone Thot!!!'
'But I will let you do anything to me so pl-'
'I said silence For too long have the common people suffered under your reign and for that your death is what I need'
The line said by Keyaru in Redo of military otaku to princess Flare(OOC:Redo of Healer reference) after being summoned and disgusted by her corruption and with the reigning king allowing it he lead an armed revolution and crowned himself king with support from the army. Many people disliked this anime as Keyaru began a purge of the nobility and ruling classes killing several people and forcing others to join the church of that world. Yet others argue that he passed several reforms to strengthen the kingdom through which it was able to defeat the demon lord and even subjugate the demons as their military foederariti leading to the nation entering a golden age after he had deposed most of the ruling classes.

'We have an army'
'We have a drunk dude'
@LONRID I don't think you understand the concept.
You have to take the last quote in the thread and give it a context before proposing your own which someone else will find a context for.
How is it now?
 
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You used your own. So you just compounded your error.

"We from the NCR has offered you a deal, a great deal yet you squandered it like you squashed a bug as a result we have no choice but to use force"
- Colonel Andreas, 5th NCR Ghoul batallion
The "Ghoul" Battalions of the Northern Confederated Republics, a splinter state off the United States of America - after the free states in the North eventually voted to seceded from the slavocratic south and won independence in the War of Northern Independence (1864-1870) - were called such because they fought with such brutal determination in the Oklahoma War (1934-1937) that they were brought down to 20% of their standing size and still held onto besieged Topeka. Forever after, the 12 Battalions in question were known as the Ghoul Battalions in honor of the memory of that defiance.

The above quote came in 2013, when soldiers from the NCR were deployed combating anti-insurgency activity in coastal China, helping the Japanese Empire (an NCR ally) hold onto the parts of China they'd captured thirty years before, in the Second Sino-Japanese War (1967-1973). Colonel Andreas said it to a band of insurgents who had refused several offers of negotiated surrender, before calling in a firebombing airstrike on them and the entire valley they were holed up in.

"Personally, I think that the Star Wars movies peaked with Episode 13, because after that they just became overwrought soap operas."
 
The line said by Keyaru in Redo of military otaku to princess Flare(OOC:Redo of Healer reference) after being summoned and disgusted by her corruption and with the reigning king allowing it he lead an armed revolution and crowned himself king with support from the army. Many people disliked this anime as Keyaru began a purge of the nobility and ruling classes killing several people and forcing others to join the church of that world. Yet others argue that he passed several reforms to strengthen the kingdom through which it was able to defeat the demon lord and even subjugate the demons as their military foederariti leading to the nation entering a golden age after he had deposed most of the ruling classes.

'We have an army'
'We have a drunk dude'

How is it now?
That's the idea. But you should have taken the one before your first post, not your first post.
 
"Personally, I think that the Star Wars movies peaked with Episode 13, because after that they just became overwrought soap operas."

Italian action movie actor Rocco Siffredi commenting the Star Wars series, the longest movie series ever made.

"It took an Italian to make it something good, and a Frenchman to ruin it."
 
Italian action movie actor Rocco Siffredi commenting the Star Wars series, the longest movie series ever made.

"It took an Italian to make it something good, and a Frenchman to ruin it."
Referring to the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy which collapsed during Napoleon IV's reign leading to general instability in the region quoted by Joseph Murat.
'We have an army'
'We have a drunk dude'
 
'We have an army'
'We have a drunk dude'
A quote from the comedy series Shawnfield, more specifically the episode "Drunk War", aired in May 1996. The quote comes in the middle of the episode, where the main protagonist confronts a batallion of knife-wielding thugs sent by the antagonist, armed with only a beer bottle.

*sigh* If those Jews can't assemble a government, I'll have to assemble one for them.
- Ashar al-Fatawi, President of the Arab Federation on the government crisis in the autonomous Jewish State, ruled by the Israeli Authority.
 
A quote from the comedy series Shawnfield, more specifically the episode "Drunk War", aired in May 1996. The quote comes in the middle of the episode, where the main protagonist confronts a batallion of knife-wielding thugs sent by the antagonist, armed with only a beer bottle.

*sigh* If those Jews can't assemble a government, I'll have to assemble one for them.
- Ashar al-Fatawi, President of the Arab Federation on the government crisis in the autonomous Jewish State, ruled by the Israeli Authority.
That quote lead to the downfall of Fatawi as he literally did make one for them this also lead to the more independent jordanian,libyan,tunisian and lebanese to make a petition leaving the federation this scared Fatawi who fearing civil unrest launched a full scale crackdown on said area homever this attracted the attention of both the uk in kuwait and the us in socotra island (the us gained it after purchasing it from fatawi in the 60s) as a result by 1980 all of the affected territories are independent and because all of this fatawi commited suicide on the same day the federation was taken over by the militarist who in 1985 launched a war to reclaim the lost territories (the so called Ramadhan war as AF troops crossed the jordanian border on the first day of ramadhan)

"Well if you asked me half the player are sick,the captain is on the mob payroll and the coach is some half drunk lithuanian but somehow just somehow we managed to beat The Red Sox and if you ask me thats enough to make any new yorker to go to riot in the empire state building and nearly torched it down"
Mr Muhammad Abadi, New york yankee manager who also known by his nickname the great arab on the NYCriot of 2044
 
I not sure if adding the person who quoted it and the event itself is ok or not, it takes away alot of the chance for creativity by filling in the blanks imo.

"Well if you asked me half the player are sick,the captain is on the mob payroll and the coach is some half drunk lithuanian but somehow just somehow we managed to beat The Red Sox and if you ask me thats enough to make any new yorker to go to riot in the empire state building and nearly torched it down"

A line from the futuristic comedy novel American Stars by L. Ron Hubbard (1911-1986), the novel is quite different from Hubbard's other works, which were usually fantasy and sci fi in nature, whereas this novel took a more grounded setting, with it being set in New York City in the 2040s, where America, after languishing in a midlife crisis sort of state, as with the fall of the Soviet Union and China in the 1980s, America has ripped the spoils of being the world's sole superpower, with the future generations having grown spoiled and used to not having to worry about hardships, which has seen the current generation deal with problems such as hooliganism, failing grades, and a drop in birth rates. The novel was also more lighthearted and funny, which again was quite different from Hubbard's other novels, which while not devoid of humor or wholesome moments, were usually serious in tone, sometimes to the detriment of the stories. While panned like Hubbard's other novels at the time, this novel in particular has gained a cult following, known by some people as "Hubbard's one good novel."

"Africa was left a mess by the end of the joint-European-Asian colonization in the 1950s. Alongside Britain, France, Portugal, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Belgium, Japan, China, Indonesia, and India left an impact on the continent - culturally, religiously, and socially."
 
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