- Jun 7, 2009
I presume that poster is anti Army propaganda being distributed by the Navy?
The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
How have we even got any agents left? I fear we are now trapped in a doom loop. Only an idiot would apply to work in IJA Intelligence at this point, so all our agents are idiots, which mean they get captured instantly, making the profession seem even less attractive.The Head of Intelligence reported that Portugal captured one Japanese agent, Brazil captured five Japanese agents, the US captured three Japanese agents, the Netherlands captured two Japanese agents, and Yunnan captured one Japanese agent.
That's a Russian soldier looting China. In our time line it was released in Manchukuo as anti-Communist propaganda. In this time line it is being released by the Imperial Japanese Army throughout the Empire.I presume that poster is anti Army propaganda being distributed by the Navy?
Japanese Spy Camera:
The Head of Intelligence rehttps://freesvg.org/img/oldcamera-flash.pngported that Guangxi Clique had captured three Japanese agents, Yunnan had captured nine Japanese agents, Canada had captured one Japanese agent, the Netherlands had captured four Japanese agents, Brazil had captured two Japanese agents, Portugal had captured one Japanese agent, and the US had captured one Japanese agent.
Security announced one spy from Tibet had been arrested, one spy from Iraq had been arrested, and one spy from Napal had been arrested.
He gets more than enough fantastical and unbelievable fiction by reading the reports from the Head of Intelligence about what IJA Intelligence has acheived each month.Utsunimiyas, who cared nothing for fantasy nor science fiction, didn't understand the appeal of such comics.
Many would say it is the IJAA itself that is a waste of fuel and resources. And they would be entirely right to say so, because it is.Of course, with the IJAA trying care of the Revolt all by itself the whole thing was a waste of fuel and resources.
31 agents! That is one every single day. That IJA Intelligence is that inept is no revelation, but that the government still permits so much money and so many lives to be lost while achieve absolutely nothing, that still somehow surprises me. If it were anyone else in charge this madness would end, alas it is the dishonourable buffoon Utsunimiya and his cronies in charge so nothing will change, no matter how catastrophically wrong things go.The Head of Intelligence, for the month of July, reported that Yunnan captured seven Japanese agents, Canada captured four Japanese agents, Guangxi Clique captured four Japanese agents, Brazil captured nine Japanese agents, the US captured three Japanese agents, and Portugal captured four Japanese agents.
Well yes, that is a typical expression of jealousy/insecurity when confronted with a much more efficient use of resources than aMany would say it is the IJAA itself that is a waste of fuel and resources.
In this if nothing else, the Air Force and Navy have common ground.31 agents! That is one every single day. That IJA Intelligence is that inept is no revelation, but that the government still permits so much money and so many lives to be lost while achieve absolutely nothing, that still somehow surprises me.
Such a heartwarming story.One downside of the military expanding is the branches need more and more men. Which left less sons around to help. Many have even gone off to train to be pilots. One of the families (do you remember the Ito family?) gets letters from a son training with the Imperial Japanese Air Administration.
As my honourable colleague Robas3-san has pointed out, our research is misguided and foolish. Perhaps the miscreants who broke in discovered we have no secrets worthy of stealing?Also, on the 4th of August, it was reported that there was evidence of a break in at one of the research centers. But it was impossible to know who had broken in and what secrets they had stolen.
He is so close to a realisation that he is part of the problem and should commit sepuku so he can be replaced by an Admiral, so close and yet I fear he lacks the intellectual capacity to make that final mental step.General Sho-ichi Utsunimiya wasn’t surprised. He was beginning to wonder if there was any part of the government that was capable of doing its job.
38 agents. 38 Brave Japanese patriots dead and with nothing to show for it. This is a new low, but I have faith that the IJA can cock it up even more and hit the 40 dead agents in a month mark.Within Japan the Head of Intelligence announced to the government Ministers and military Chiefs that, by the end of the month of August, Guangxi Clique had captured four Japanese agents, Yunnan had captured six Japanese agents, Brazil had captured nine Japanese agents, Portugal had captured five Japanese agents, the US had captured ten Japanese agents, and Canada had captured four Japanese agents.
The IJA High Command have been drinking Diesel instead of Rice Wine. Again. It explains so many things.it was unknown WHO was using the fuel.
Only 35 dead, IJA Intelligence are slipping.By the end of September the Head of Intelligence reported that Brazil neutralized eight Japanese agents, the Netherlands neutralized four Japanese agents, Yunnan neutralized eight Japanese agents, Guangxi Clique neutralized five Japanese agents, Portugal neutralized three Japanese agents, Canada neutralized two Japanese agents, and the US neutralized five Japanese agents.
"Mixed" is IJA code for "all bad, but some worse than others." I suppose the IJA has never reported good news before having never achieved anything (except when the IJN did the actual work) so it is hardly surprising they are as inept at reporting as they are at everything else.The Head of Intelligence also reported mixed news about his operations in America