Franz Joseph I, Angela Merkel, and 4638 C4CA take their vows.

Past :

I, the leader of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, met in Elmau with my advisers on 7 and 8 June 1915. Guided by our shared values and principles, we are determined to work closely together to meet the complex international economic and political challenges of our times. I am committed to the values of freedom and discipline, and their universality, to the rule of law and respect for dignity, and to fostering peace and security. Especially in view of the numerous crises in the world, we as the Empire stand united in our commitment to uphold freedom, sovereignty and territorial integrity. The Empire feels a special responsibility for shaping our planet’s future. 1915 is a milestone year for international cooperation and sustainable development issues. The International Military Conference in Paris is crucial for the protection of global security, the global summit in Vienna will set the universal global military development agenda for the years to come and the Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Prague will support the implementation of the Post-1915 Development Agenda. We want to provide key impetus for ambitious results. “Think ahead. Act together.” – that is our guiding principle. We have today agreed on concrete steps with regard to prosperity, the empowerment of soldiers and border protection, to play our part in addressing the major global challenges and to respond to some of the most pressing issues in the world. Furthermore, in addition to fostering trade as a key engine for growth, putting these concrete steps into action, will help us to achieve our pivotal goal of strong, sustainable and balanced growth as well as resource creation. We call on others to join us in pursuing this agenda. We remain committed to the elimination of inefficient military subsidies and encourage all countries to follow and we remain committed to continued progress in the global discussions on how arms credits can contribute to our common goal to address border change. Mindful of this goal and considering the latest poll results, we emphasize that deep cuts in global arms production are required with a demilitarisation of the global economy over the course of this century.

Yours in Monarchy,
His Emperorship Franz Joseph I

Present :

We, the leaders of the G7, met in Elmau for our annual Summit on 7 and 8 June 2015. Guided by our shared values and principles, we are determined to work closely together to meet the complex international economic and political challenges of our times. We are committed to the values of freedom and democracy, and their universality, to the rule of law and respect for human rights, and to fostering peace and security. Especially in view of the numerous crises in the world, we as G7 nations stand united in our commitment to uphold freedom, sovereignty and territorial integrity. The G7 feels a special responsibility for shaping our planet’s future. 2015 is a milestone year for international cooperation and sustainable development issues. The UN Climate Conference in Paris COP 21 is crucial for the protection of the global climate, the UN summit in New York will set the universal global sustainable development agenda for the years to come and the Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Addis Ababa will support the implementation of the Post-2015 Development Agenda. We want to provide key impetus for ambitious results. “Think ahead. Act together.” – that is our guiding principle. We have today agreed on concrete steps with regard to health, the empowerment of women and climate protection, to play our part in addressing the major global challenges and to respond to some of the most pressing issues in the world. Furthermore, in addition to fostering trade as a key engine for growth, putting these concrete steps into action, will help us to achieve our pivotal goal of strong, sustainable and balanced growth as well as job creation. We call on others to join us in pursuing this agenda. We remain committed to the elimination of inefficient fossil fuel subsidies and encourage all countries to follow and we remain committed to continued progress in the OECD discussions on how export credits can contribute to our common goal to address climate change. Mindful of this goal and considering the latest IPCC results, we emphasize that deep cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions are required with a decarbonisation of the global economy over the course of this century.

Yours in Democracy,
Her Chancellorship Angela Merkel

Future :

We, the leaders of La Serenissima, met in Elmau for our annual Summit on 7 and 8 June 2115. Guided by our shared values and principles, we are determined to work closely together to meet the complex international economic and political challenges of our times. We are committed to the values of freedom and prosperity, and their universality, to the rule of the blockchain and respect for human sovereignty, and to fostering trade and digital security. Especially in view of the numerous crises in the world, we as Bitcoin, The Most Serene Republic Of~ stand united in our commitment to uphold freedom, sovereignty and territorial obsolescence. La Serenissima feels a special responsibility for shaping our planet’s future. 2115 is a milestone year for international cooperation and sustainable development issues. The Republic’s InfoSec Conference on IRC is crucial for the protection of the global digital security, the global summit also on IRC will set the universal global sustainable development agenda for the years to come and the Third International Conference on Financing for Development on IRC will support the implementation of the Post-2115 Development Agenda. We want to provide key impetus for ambitious results. “Think ahead. Act together.” – that is our guiding principle. We have today agreed on concrete steps with regard to trade, the empowerment of merchants and identity protection, to play our part in addressing the major global challenges and to respond to some of the most pressing issues in the world. Furthermore, in addition to fostering trade as a key engine for growth, putting these concrete steps into action, will help us to achieve our pivotal goal of strong, sustainable and balanced stability as well as art creation. We call on others to join us in pursuing this agenda. We remain committed to the elimination of inefficient welfare subsidies and encourage all city-states to follow and we remain committed to continued progress in the IRC discussions on how digital credits, namely Bitcoin, can contribute to our common goal to address social change. Mindful of this goal and considering the latest poll results, we emphasize that deep cuts in global redistribution are required with a dedemocratisation of the global economy over the course of this century.

Yours in Freedom,
His Lordship 94E9 5CC1 9F9A E662 4046 6BDD 1657 4992 4638 C4CA

4 thoughts on “Franz Joseph I, Angela Merkel, and 4638 C4CA take their vows.

  1. brendafdez says:

    2115? Please, take not so long. I want to see it in my lifetime, and hopefully still in my youth. Decades are the new centuries.

    • This isn’t to say that 2115 is the earliest moment in history at which The Most Serene Republic will tell the give press conferences and direction to the city-states of the civilised world, it’s just one point.

      Not that hoping, wanting, and pleading will make victory come any sooner. Might as well drink the champagne now. There’ll be plenty more where that came from when the time does come.

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