Socialist Republic of Vietnam

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Vietnam is the name of the world's smallest French colony. Covering about 60% of South East Asia (and constituting the sole part of it that is cared about), it is known primarily for the Vietnam War of the 50s and 60s. In fact, a few decades ago during the reign of Ho Chi Minh, several laws started religion in his own way. In fact, 98% of the Vietnamese population have a visa and these people are either actual legal Chinese or deranged scientists looking for the lost city of Stupidville. In fact, it has been estimated that 99% of all Vietnamese can actually spell Supercalifranchalisticespialidocias in one go.



A reimagining of what Vietnam was like in the old days.

The history of Vietnam begins with the migration of the Franks from their native homeland in France to the colonies of the imperial nation on South East Asia. Their first action upon arriving in Vietnam was to jam a flag into the ground to patriotically mark their arrival. The flag pierced the nest of a family of mice, killing them all and offsetting the ecosystem of the entire area, so that the majority of animals living there were dead within several hours. Connoisseurs in the field of poorly cooked food, the Franks immediately set out to create the perfect dish to define their new land. Unable to garner any ingredients of their own from the barren and desolate land, they enlisted the help of the natives, and on, presumably Christmas, the Vietnam war was established

The Struggle[edit]

An enormous upheaval occurred soon after when the Vietnam Army issued an official mission statement[1] for the military force:

Vietnam is the state and not the Baugette.

Eventually, Military general, Ho Chi Minh, was elected to the whole military force.

Inside Out[edit]

Ho Chi Minh's first act as General Secretary was to get the military back on its feet with new and fresh ideas for nuclear weapons. He began hiring revolutionaries from all parts of Europe to contribute to the new think-tank on a "nuclear war".

  1. At an 1800s Press Conference