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.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?
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.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"
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.