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Posted by: Drgong
« on: January 13, 2017, 07:01:53 PM »

Red Duncanite ships are broadcasting the following message.


"Remove all your ships to earth orbit.   Do not desecrate the holy relics on Mars and Titan.  Stop all exploration efforts.   Or you will be attacked."

Posted by: Bughunter
« on: January 13, 2017, 01:22:27 PM »

The Russian Confederation stands ready to defend the people of Earth together with our allies in the FSA and the EU.
Posted by: Drgong
« on: January 10, 2017, 01:13:34 PM »

Emergency Message to all FSA military personnel.

LEAVE CANCELED, return to base immediately.  All Units are on alert.  Civilians take shelter.

LAAT gekanselleer word, onmiddellik terug te keer na basis. Alle eenhede is op 'n gereedheidsgrondslag. Burgerlikes skuil.

Posted by: Drgong
« on: January 10, 2017, 11:55:20 AM »

The UN registry was updated after a long delay. 
Posted by: Drgong
« on: November 22, 2016, 12:25:44 PM »

News reports of a FSA survey vessel was hit with a Red Duncanite mine.  The FSA high command confirmed a ship was damaged, but with no loss of life, and it will return to dock under it own power. 
Posted by: Drgong
« on: November 22, 2016, 10:39:05 AM »

FSA Election results!

Summary

The National front will form a government in a coalition with the Christian-Islamic Democratic Union in FSA government.   CIDU gains the Education, Welfare, and energy portfolios. 
Volksparty is the offical opposition.  This is a shift to the center.

Luna elections - National Front will form a coalition government with the Tycho Republic in the Luna Congress.
Mars Elections - National Front has majority government on Mars. 
Senate - 13 new appointments.  No party controls the senate. 


Luna Elections. (200 seats in the Luna Congress, 5 seats in the Main Lower house)

National Front - 47% (94 seats in the Luna congress, 2 Luna seats in the main lower house)
Free Democrats 40% (80 seats i in the Luna congress, 2 Luna seats in the main lower house.)
Tycho Republic - 11% (22 seats in the Luna congress, 1 Luna seat in the Main lower house)
CP-FSA - 2% (4 seats in the Luna congress)

Mars Elections

Mars Election was as follows for the Mars congress (200 seats), 1 seat in the lower house

National Front - 51.5% of the vote - 103 seats (Plus the 1 mars seat in the lower house)
Social Credit Party (Mars) - 22% of the vote - 44 seats
Christian-Islamic Democratic Union 11% - 22 seats
MarsOne - 8% of the vote - 16 seats
Mars Congressional Republic Party - 7.5% of the vote - 15 seats

Earth elections

National Front (NF) 46% (135 seats)
Volksparty (VP) 19.5%  (57 seats)
Communists Party - Free State Alliance (CP-FSA) 13% (38 seats)
Labour Party (LP) 8%  (23 seats)
Christian-Islamic Democratic Union 7.5 % (22 seats)
Amal (AM) 6% (14 seats)


Total lower house seats are (295 total)

National Front - 138  (46.3%)
Volksparty - 57 (19.1%)
CP-FSA -38  (12.75%)
Labour Party - 23 (7.7%)
Christian-Islamic Democratic Union - 22 (7.3%)
Amal - 14 (4.7%)
Free Democrats - 2 (<1%)
Tycho Republicans - 1 (<1%)

Senate

Senators Kathleen Lowe (At large), David Bex (At Large), Raghupati Sharma (At Large),  and Sun Lee (At Large) all passed away.


New Senate appointments

There are a 13 new Senate Appointments

At Large

Kay Williamson
Josh Veaga
Jamie Lee
Muhammad Ebrahim

National Front - 3
Marion Thega
Vladamir Newton
Rachel Blison

Volksparty - 1
Roger Van Camp

CP-FSA - 1
Iminathi Brown

Labour Party - 1
Sasha Kahn

Mars - 1
Ann Clayborne

Luna - 1
Abe Lukin

Colonial Office - 1
David Vetter

 
Senate members (43 total)

Non-partisan (20 members)

Nwanneka Afolayan
Manfred Alberink
Hana Amjad
Sauda Arendse
Vaishavi Brar
Lieve Bullens
Robert Cornelius
Beverly Dolan
Leola Egan
Shane England
Filibert Houben
Anna Jensen
Rahim Muhammad
Lamya Saqqaf
Jin Teng
Janet Zimmerman
Kay Williamson
Josh Veaga
Jamie Lee
Muhammad Ebrahim

Colony reps (3 members)
Ann Clayborne (Mars)
Abe Lukin (Luna)
David Vetter (Colonial office)



National Front (NF) (10 members)

John Swart
Emily Smith
Tom Malherbe
Marion Maréchal
Roger Del la Rey
Roger Mortimer
Emily Mortimer
Marion Thega
Vladamir Newton
Rachel Blison


Volksparty (VP) (3 members)

Janet De Wet
Johnathan van Pelt
Roger Van Camp

Communists Party - Free State Alliance (CP-FSA) (3 members)

Mbuyiseni Shivambu
Karen Omorga
Iminathi Brown


Labour Party (Lab) (2 member)

Kelli Van Camp
Sasha Kahn

Peace Now (PN) (1 member)

Nelson Bophela

Amal (AM) (1 member)
Henri Al-wallid


Goodwill (AM - 12.7 , VP - 11.1, CP - .75, NF - 5.3, LP - .7, CIDU - 7.3, FD -1 , TR - 1)
Posted by: Drgong
« on: November 22, 2016, 09:50:38 AM »

The appointment of general SwordLordvski as chief of army implicates there could once again be changes coming in the russian defense policy. Recently the navy has pretty much had their pick of new cool toys out of the labs. But with a strong ground force proponent in the top russian leadership there is speculation that Bulgakov may have to listen to the army as well and allow a few of their projects funding again.

Cool photo!
Posted by: Bughunter
« on: November 20, 2016, 12:21:36 PM »

The appointment of general SwordLordvski as chief of army implicates there could once again be changes coming in the russian defense policy. Recently the navy has pretty much had their pick of new cool toys out of the labs. But with a strong ground force proponent in the top russian leadership there is speculation that Bulgakov may have to listen to the army as well and allow a few of their projects funding again.

Posted by: Drgong
« on: November 19, 2016, 10:30:57 AM »

Election day in the FSA

Today is a huge day for the FSA. This is the first time interplanetary elections will be held in the FSA.

There will be 289 up for grabs on earth, 5 on Luna, and 1 on Mars.   Other FSA colonies are still handled by the colonial office.

In addition both Luna and Mars will be holding local elections in their 100 seat congresses.   

In addition, Senate seats will be appointed.  Luna and Mars will get one designated seat, and the colonial office will obtain one to represent the other colonies.  This is in addition to the regular appointments by vote share.  On earth each .34 of a percent of the vote will earn a seat for the party. 

Posted by: NuclearStudent
« on: November 06, 2016, 11:36:53 AM »

A man with orange hair has beat a stray cat to death.

Stay tuned for further details.
Posted by: Bughunter
« on: November 04, 2016, 11:10:35 AM »

The future is in space and the The Russian Confederation is the path to the future for many around the world. The motherland has extended it's arms, spreading peace, prosperity and socialism 2.0 further than anyone could have imagined just a decade ago.

The trend of learning russian as a second language has accelerated in many countries, but lately especially in the EU. Many are not willing to wait for their own national space program to embrace transnewtonian technology and are instead actively seeking to migrate for the chance to be among the first on a new world. The 22nd century version of socialism is truly international.

Read on for an interview with Aarif, 24. He is telling the story of how his family long ago migrated first from Turkmenistan to a better life in Sweden during the early 2000's.  After "Swexit" in 2021 however they had to relocate again to Germany to keep their EU citizenship. Now he is taking evening classes in russian hoping to be accepted into the RC and once again make the successful move for his family to a more wealthy and prosperous country. Ironically a confederation of which the familys original homeland is now a member state.
Posted by: Bughunter
« on: October 22, 2016, 12:30:44 PM »

Russian industry are looking back at yet another successful year. Order stocks are full, to a large extent driven by the space exploration and colonization of new worlds. Production of transnewtonian minerals are up as well as classic industrial goods and oil. The current 5-year plan is already looking to surpass expectations. And of course, the vodka production also increased with new exciting brands like Starfire and the appropriately coloured Red Mars launching this year.
Posted by: Bughunter
« on: October 20, 2016, 12:55:51 PM »

There is a lot of speculation going on about what the next thing coming out of the russian spacecraft factories will be. It is known a number of smaller designs from various manufcturers have been under review by the fleet for some time. But there are also rumours that something bigger may be in the russian plans.

The russian admirality however have been silent, neither confirmation nor denial. Even keeping a straight face when asked by reporters about genetically modified vacuum-breathing sharks with lasers on them.
Posted by: Drgong
« on: October 09, 2016, 09:55:07 PM »

Terrorists strike again

Another research vessel of the Russian confederation was reported to be wrecked by Red Duncanite mining campaign.   
We are awaiting reports from the Russian confederation on confirmation on this attack.
Posted by: Sheb
« on: September 27, 2016, 03:46:31 AM »

In a paper in front of the International Astrophysical Union, JPL Head of Research Elisha Rak read the abstract of her latest paper. "The discovery that large amount of mass is not affected by gravity and inertia as we know it forced us to correct many past observations. The relativist understanding of gravity simply isn't enough to explain those observations. The only way to correct the theory is to suppose that folds in the space-time continuum."

While Prof. Rak assured the audience that talk of FTL travel was premature, people noticed the unusual number of people in dark suits and sunglasses in the auditorium, as well as the unusual delay in the paper's publication.
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