I hate the Communist Party chapter 82
“Hyung, it was fun. See you tomorrow.”
“Yes, Nikki. It was a good time for me too. See you at the conference hall tomorrow.”
After the conversation with his cousin brother, whom he had met after a long time, was over, and Prince George left the banquet hall to return to the room assigned to him, a waiting attendant approached him.
“I will take you to the room.”
“Ah, thank you.”
During a conversation with a meal, the intoxication of the vodka he had drunk was on the rise, so George followed his guidance and went down the hall.
‘Come to think of it.’
It was a Livadia palace with no humans except for the occasional attendant and guardsman, but rather, it was in such a situation that it showed the old-fashionedness he had.
‘It’s close to a villa installed in a resort, but it’s at this level.’
He was also accustomed to a splendid life as a member of the royal family of the British Empire, but when such a George faced the splendor of Russia, he was sometimes surprised.
‘But there’s nothing far from the reality of Russia that I saw while coming overland. Most of the ordinary farmers seem to live in a house that is falling apart.’
“Your Majesty, you have arrived. I think it would be better to take a break today. Even though you arrived in the morning, you would be very tired because you talked with the other tsar.”
George, who was struggling to cut Russia down, knew that he had arrived before his visit.
He seemed to have drank a little vodka.
“Thank you for your concern. I want you to go in and rest. It will be a busy schedule tomorrow.”
“Yes, then I’m 20,000.”
George, who even sent an attendant, went into the room, unbuttoned the uniform, which felt increasingly uncomfortable, and finally put the documents Nikolai gave him on the desk.
In fact, the conversation I had with Nikolay a little while ago was quite mental for him.
At first, I thought I would just talk about the current situation with my cousin my brother, whom I was close to, but I didn’t know that I would be talking about the media, control over the unfavorable movements in the country.
Rather than a simple conversation between cousins, the position that changed into a preliminary meeting between the leaders of the two countries having diplomatic talks was a continuation of great pressure for the immature Prince George.
‘How will this statement affect tomorrow’s talks?’,’What is the purpose of Nikki’s saying this?’
“Woo… … .”
It wasn’t an easy task to keep calculating what the other person was saying and what the impact of what they could bring.
‘But I think I passed it pretty well.’
The next day, before the start of the talks, it would be necessary to talk about today’s conversation with the foreign minister, but it was believed that there was no major mistake or infringing on the interests of the British Empire at the position where Prince George had just been judged. .
‘But, if there is one thing that takes place.’
These were the documents on the desk. Nikki said it was a copy of the documents he had prepared for his father and in return for his lover’s letter, but he wasn’t naive enough to believe it.
The fact that the royal family took the lead in controlling and controlling the people was enough to provoke a rejection to George, who adhered to the principle of the British royal family represented by the word “dominate but do not rule”.
So why doesn’t he still put the papers his cousin handed over in his desk drawer and forget it? Indeed, if the conversation just offended George, I wouldn’t even need to read such a document.
Despite his fatigue and light drunkenness, George sat in his chair, staring at the cover of the document Nikolai had given him.
His expression didn’t look so bright, but the curiosity in his eyes could not be hidden.
right. George was interested in the conversation he had with his cousin after dinner.
Protesters who had advanced to the front of Buckingham Palace, which was unprecedented in history, the declaration of martial law that was seriously discussed, and the evacuation of the royal family to Canada left a deeper wound on his heart than he thought.
The fact that the media helped make the situation worse by portraying the Featherstone disaster in provocative language also made it easy for George to ignore this document.
Headlines such as [Fatigue or Peaceful Mining Village, the Government in Charge!], [The howling widow,’How should I live now?’ Prime Minister without an answer!] stem from their competition to increase the number of newspapers published. Because it was.
‘This is simple curiosity. Besides, just throwing away the papers Nikki gave you without even reading it, doesn’t it just blow up a golden opportunity to find out about the other person? I can’t afford this chance to let me know for myself how Russia controls its people. Cancer, not like that.’
After a brief self-rationalization, George soon began handing over the papers with trembling hands.
A light drunkenness prevented him from putting letters into his eyes and head, but his speed of flipping the paper was constant.
It is not known at this point how much this document will affect George, but the candles in his room burned overnight.
* * *
The day after the conversation with my cousin had taken place, I discovered that he had not come to the conference hall.
It wasn’t in the morning but in the afternoon, but when I saw what I couldn’t see, something seemed to have occurred.
Is it because of a hangover from alcohol yesterday? That’s why I didn’t drink that much.
“I can’t see Prince George.”
When I asked the foreign minister in doubt, he told me as if he had just heard it.
“I have just heard from the other person, but they said that Prince George yesterday complained of being overwhelmed or tired. Well, we already know that his role in this meeting is not big, so I don’t think there’s any problem. Not all talks are over today. In the future, boring and tedious negotiations will last for at least a week.”
Since there are not just one or two things to be covered in this meeting, the minds of those involved in the negotiations seemed to be determined that the boring battles of at least work and two weeks would continue.
“Well, that is too. Even if we have established borders in the Persian region, most of the consensus has already been reached between the working-level staff, but the desire to get even one more span will be similar to them and us.”
“You know exactly.”
In fact, even if I don’t know, George didn’t have much influence at this meeting.
It was because the British, who had less throne than other countries with other monarchy, and the next successor who was not the next successor, did not have the right to speak.
Even so, it was natural that yesterday’s conversation came to mind when I heard that it didn’t come out simply because I was tired.
‘Isn’t it that you stayed up all night reading the papers I gave you?’
Worrying about whether my thoughts of trying to create a dissonance within Britain, the biggest competitor, were too well matched, suddenly raised my head.
What I’m envisioning is to reduce interference or disturbances in the future of Russia by giving the UK the bad news for a proper balance patch, not to make a personal decision with the communist UK, which is rich in red flavor. .
‘Still, if the communist revolution actually occurs in England, can that be said to be a bigger loss for Russia?’
Just because the British mainland is engulfed in communism, isn’t there no guarantee that governors and troops around the world will cooperate with them?
If so, what if we first reach out to those who are contemplating which side we will stand on in such confusion?
“My Majesty, I think the talks will begin today. Lastly, I think it would be nice to review the documents.”
“Oh, thank you. Foreign Minister.”
It seemed to be necessary to seriously consider the review and decision on what attitudes to take with respect to the British Communist Revolution after the end of this meeting.
“From now on, we will begin discussions on establishing borders between Russia and the United Kingdom and between the United Kingdom and Russia in the first Persian and Central Asian regions.”
Before that, we should finish this meeting well.
* * *
A week after the meeting took place, the results of this meeting began to show some outline.
The Central Asia issue, which was discussed as the number one and the biggest issue between the two countries, was paradoxically resolved first and foremost.
‘It means that the dialogue between the working-level staff that had been held so far was not in vain. Even so, I didn’t know that it would be agreed without much friction.’
What was discussed after that was to take this opportunity to conclude a non-aggression treaty between the two countries.
Even now, there was an air current to avoid physical clashes between Russia and Britain, but the main public opinion was to sign a written treaty.
For me, how about going one step further and signing a mutual defense treaty-adding a phrase to help resolve the situation by sending troops to each other in the event of a rebellion or revolution in both countries? I asked, but I had to give up after hearing his words that it was still premature.
‘I overlooked the need to consider the relationship with France as well. I must have tried to rush too much without knowing.’
In international relations with France and Britain, the words of the foreign minister Ger, the top expert, were compelled to respect.
According to him, there is a public opinion that France should also consider relations with the UK in order to keep Germany in check, but considering the relationship between the two sides, it was still too early.
When an agreement was reached on the conclusion of a mutual non-aggression treaty, the only thing left was to talk about what the two sides would ask of the other and how much they would pay for it.
What the British demanded of us was related to non-portation.
It was a request from the judgment that the reason Russia continued southward was to secure a non-free port, but in fact, it was not a great merit for us.
Due to the nature of Russia, which is a typical continental country and has no colonies that must be securely held on other continents that can only be reached through the sea, it is good to have a floating port, but it is not necessary to have such a regret.
Rather, they were willing to accept the request and looked at us asking us to pay the loans necessary for the import of industrial machinery and the railway business in return, but they did not make any criticisms about accepting what they asked for.
Although it was a profitable deal for us to secure the finances necessary for the reforms to be carried out in exchange for giving up what is not very necessary, on the surface, the UK was also a fair deal to get what they wanted.
‘It would have been nice if we had obtained effective control over Manchuria and the Korean Peninsula there.’
Even so, the British were not in a state of concession to concession to us, so we could only hear the answer that they would tolerate the expansion of economic influence such as railway construction through state-owned enterprises.
Of course, if we try to secure territory or actually dominate through military action, they will intervene immediately.
However, it was meaningful that we had already passed the Kyoto Agreement and the Hong Kong Agreement and heard a definite answer about what we had.
In return for this, the Qing Dynasty recognized exclusive ownership of the settlements, ports and rights secured by Britain in the Qing Dynasty, and had to give an affirmation that Russia would not claim any rights in the region in the future, but it was not a business that lost money.
However, not all matters proceeded in such a peaceful manner.
The beginning of the conflict was to ask whether Russia was behind the recent turmoil in Britain.
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