I hate the Communist Party chapter 4
“It is also a smart choice as the owner of a country that claims to be an empire where the sun rises. I am very happy to be able to prevent conflict between the two countries through the decision of the Emperor. Will the admiral bring me the treaty now?”
Emperor Meiji opened his mouth with a bitter expression when I asked him to bring the treaty I had prepared in advance.
“You have prepared the treaty in advance…Wouldn’t it be fortunate if it would compensate for the rudeness committed to your Majesty and the case? I hope you will heal your injuries as soon as possible.”
“Hahaha thank you. Then let’s sign an agreement commemorating the friendship between our two countries with mutual trust.”
The content of the signature was simple.
1. The unpleasant thing that took place this time was a simple accident, and I promise that there will be no military clashes between the two countries from this incident.
2. To commemorate the reconciliation between the two countries, a joint venture jointly funded by the Russo-Japanese government in charge of the development of mines in Japan, including the Sado Gold Mine and the Ashio Copper Mine, will be established.
3. In the mines developed by the above company, supervisors and quality managers dispatched by the Russian legislators reside, and Russia takes over 65% of the profits from selling minerals or minerals produced in the mines, and Japan takes the remaining profits.
4. Transportation costs for transporting minerals to Russia are borne in half by both countries.
5. The contents of the treaty above have a deadline of 30 years.
Emperor Meiji, who signed the treaty, appeared to be five years older. The interpreter accompanying me was already pale enough to appear dead, and probably because I guessed what happened after I returned to Tokyo.
“Then I’ll go back. I hope that your Majesty will finish the rest of the schedule without much work.”
“No, do you want to return as soon as you sign something. Please wait a moment.”
Having restrained the emperor from wanting to get out of this place as soon as possible, I called the photographers who were waiting into the room.
“If we signed a treaty without knowing, wouldn’t we have to take a picture? His Majesty.”
Before the emperor even reacted, I smiled and took a pose to create a friendly atmosphere with each other. The emperor, who decorated a history of Russian propaganda, made a smile while forcibly raising the tail of his mouth.
Yes, how nice it is to laugh. Isn’t there even a saying that people who laugh are blessed?
After seeing Emperor Meiji getting off the boat with a face as if he had seen a ghost, and sending a message to the Russian consulate in Japan stating that the treaty had been signed, I sat at my desk and tried to record my memories. It was because I felt the memory of Nikolai II, my current body, and the memory of Kim In-cheol, who was originally me, becoming mixed, so I felt the need to record my information as soon as possible. but
“Would it be okay to have a toast before that?”
I myself congratulated myself and imagined what the current situation of the Japanese cabinet members in Tokyo would be like.
Maybe you’re busy avoiding responsibilities with each other?
There was silence in the meeting room of the Japanese State Council, which received a report on the Kyoto Treaty, which had been delivered as an emergency message. It was a complete defeat, the fear of the black ship ignited by Admiral Perry in 1854, once again devouring Japan. Of course, few people regarded the black ship as a monster at all, but in the end there was a feeling of defeat in the Masayoshi cabinet that he had been subjected to diplomacy again.
Since most of them saw the incompetence of the shogunate at the time and took power through a movement to change this reality, that feeling of defeat only grew. When the feeling of helplessness, such as’What on earth have we been doing so far?’
Prime Minister Masayoshi was the first to break the long silence and open his mouth. His political life wasn’t over right now, as the Emperor was the last person in charge of this affair, but he knew that this meeting could be the last meeting to be held as Prime Minister. I couldn’t dare hold the Emperor accountable, so anyone could have guessed that his enemies would continue a political offensive against him.
“I want you to shoot that guy called bitter right away. It doesn’t matter if the old man who was clogged up before and after Gorekata opposes it. This is an order that needs to be enforced right now. Fuck the trial. He’s a heinous guy who dares to be a national traitor and puts a dagger behind the back of our Great Japanese Empire.”
After the Japanese Supreme Court’s director Kojima Gorekata ordered the independence of the judiciary to defend the independence of the judiciary, and through him, the discussion about the separation of powers that would take place in the future and expanding awareness, Masayoshi turned to the left and continued.
“As a result of this treaty, it is inevitable for Japan to amend its modernization plan and our terrestrial agenda of advancing to the mid-won continent. Although it has already achieved the same achievements as the Japanese Guardian Guardian (Ganghwado Treaty), the road ahead has become even more difficult.”
It was unreasonable to say that Japan’s strategy to advance outside Japan, represented by Jeong Hanron, was still on track. It was because there was not enough strength to intervene in the huge country of China, enough to receive great support from the opinion that it is necessary to strengthen its internal strength and cultivate strength.
In addition, the blueprint of the negotiation strategy, which was the current negotiation strategy, was to negate the Tsushima Island Yardage Zone with the help of Britain’s power, if the Russian influence would be expanded after some immediate acquisition of the Kuril Islands and Tsushima Island’s landlordship. In that it was led by the Satsuma clan to which I belong, the need to give power to the Choshu clan in the future was also making Masayoshi’s heart more bitter.
The Choshu and Satsuma clan were bound by an alliance called the Satsuma alliance, but after they destroyed the shogunate and realized the Meiji Restoration, they had been fighting fierce power under water.
It was very unfair for him. Certainly, Prince Nikolai believed in the information that he was only a ruined young man who did not learn royal studies, but made a plan, but according to the report of the accompanying interpreter, he was already a diplomat worthy of a seasoned imperialism.
“First of all, we shouldn’t let the public get information about this treaty. If information leaks out, our political life is over! Pray to put pressure on the media to write an article stating that Russia and us have signed a treaty on technical cooperation on an equal footing.”
As in the past, it was a lie that the public would not be able to access foreign media one day, but if he does not deceive in this way, Masayoshi is in a position to be in a position to face the dishonor of being the shortest-named prime minister who could not fill 10 days after taking office as prime minister. It was desperate.
As Masayoshi looked around while talking about how to deal with the situation, Hirobumi Ito, who looked as if she had nothing to do with the situation, caught her eyes. Obviously, he was also responsible for some part, but Ito’s relaxed attitude was enough to scratch Masayoshi’s insides.
“By the way, Ito, are you relaxed even in the current situation? What is the secret?”
“What are you saying on behalf of the Prime Minister? I also kept silent because I didn’t know what to say in this tragic situation.”
Even for Hirobumi Ito, the situation was unexpected. Obviously, he thought that Masayoshi’s plan would be able to bake and cook the Prince of Idol. However, as long as things were twisted like this, he had no choice but to seek his own way of life. This is because the political life may end together in the sinking Masayoshi Cabinet and Tokyo Bay.
“Obviously, the plan that the Prime Minister had made seemed reasonable at first glance, but according to the report of an interpreter who was present with us, there were also reports that Prince Nikolai who received our offer was outraged. Doesn’t this mean that the plan you had made actually drove the situation to the wrong side?”
“What are you talking about! Not everyone agreed at the time! Are you going to overturn all responsibility on our Satsuma faction?”
Saigo-ju was the Minister of Home Affairs who stepped up to Hirobumi’s words. This is because he, who belonged to the Satsuma clan as the prime minister, had to bear the responsibility for the plans he had led.
“What do you mean. Minister of Home Affairs, I have never had enemies in any faction…”
“To be honest, there is no denying that the responsibility for this incident is greater for the Prime Minister and other people from the Satsuma clan, right? Besides, I’m not forgetting that some ministers, including myself, expressed their disagreement, though neutral and passive, I believe, not forgotten.”
Justice Prime Minister Akiyoshi Yamada, who was from the Joshu Bun like Hirobumi, stopped what Ito was trying to say and replied that they were not responsible. This is because the current situation is seen as an opportunity for them to rise to the core mainstream alone, who have accumulated dissatisfaction with the power struggles with the Satsuma clan after the Meiji Restoration and the evil ties that had accumulated before the Satsuma alliance.
‘Although I should also take responsibility for this case and resign, but if we unite around Hirobumi Ito afterwards, our Joshuburn will be able to hold the core of power!’
This was a word representing the thoughts of the members of the Choshu family among the members of the current cabinet.
Even though Hirobumi Ito had the idea that he didn’t want to belong to any clan, it was because they had to bring Ito Hirobumi as the head of their clan in order to live.
The noise inside the conference room was only getting louder due to the transfer of responsibility to each other and the calculation of the responsibility for the future situation and the whereabouts of power that would occur after that, and Emperor Meiji, who had to mediate the conflict between these ministers, became more and more popular. The Kyoto Treaty’s aftermath, which struck Japan’s leadership, seemed to continue for some time as it refused to contact anyone except those who left their meals at the door.
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