Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Imperium - Parkistan "War" Escalates

The Governments of the Imperium of DeWaCo Estates, the People*s Republic Of Galt / P.R.O.G., and the Federal Republic of Eastern Edinburg / F.R.E.E. met in private session today at Imperial City, and formally established a MicroMilitary Alliance which is designated as: **IMPACT: Imperial Pact; which is designed as a means of mutual micro-military
authority, with the primary purpose of directly confronting the three Leaders of the rogue regime of Parkistan.

The Leaders of P.R.O.G. and F.R.E.E. agreed to initiate their own assaults against Parkistan, as well as to escalate the Imperium's initatives, which up until today had been a declared "State of Silence"; but due to the fact that such action has produced no positive results, and with Parkistan's recent act, the Lord Imperator decided to withdraw the Imperium's benign
operations of silence, and allow P.R.O.G. and F.R.E.E. to take command and do the Imperium's biddings.

The Imperial Government's "Declaration of Silence" is now Officially and Formally rescinded; and leaves open the possibility that some form of *physical operations will soon be planned, ordered, and implemented. *"Physical Operations" to include, but not be limited to: "R & R operations"; which is the "Removal" of Parkistan's Official Flag from one of that government's official residences or offices, followed by the "Replacement" of one of the Official Flags of a member of the Imperial Commonwealth / IMPACT.

NOTE: "R&R" is a universally accepted "Rule of Micro Warfare", which has been reviewed and approved by Parkistan and the Commonwealth; and if this "Rule of War" is not abided by and respected to it's fullest, the Imperium will be forced to resort to additional tactics and operations which are used in "micro" warfare.

The "Parkistan War", as it has now been called, will be a long and drawn-out affair; which is due in part to the fact that there exist distances between Parkistan and the other members of the Imperial Commonwealth, with individual schedules and internal priorities being other issues of concern

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