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Seriphyn Inhonores
Gallente
Eleutherian Guard
Posted - 2011.06.24 01:48:00 - [1]
 

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Since September 112, the Eleutherian Guard and its allies amongst the Federal Defence Union, led by the esteemed Luminaire General Val Erian, has fought valiantly across the contested regions against the fascist State Protectorate, the capsuleer extension of the tyrant Tibus Heth. Into 113, countless systems were liberated from Caldari corporate oppression, after being auctioned as pieces on a game board. The exception, of course, is the Ishukone Corporation who, while participating in Heth's blind auction, negotiated peacefully with the Intaki government for shipping franchise. However, the other corporations did not do so, and replaced all autonomous local authorities with puppet regimes, established a communications blackout, and took no account of Gallentean mortality rates in the process. Profit is paramount to these Caldari, and basic virtues such as the sanctity of human life is not taken into consideration.

In March 112, the Federal Defence Union demolished the Caldari Navy presence that was holding its iron grip on the system. The status quo was restored, with the respectable Ishukone Corporation and Mordu's Legion providing the Shipping & Security franchise respectively. However, the cause of fascism and tyranny is relentless, with the State Protectorate, led by Damar Rocarion and his lapdogs, launching another campaign to retake the system. It shall be noted that the Caldari have no justification for any military campaign into the system, especially after the local Assembly declared a ceasefire to be observed. It should be remembered that the Federation respects Intaki sovereignty, as a turnaround order for Navy forces following the system's liberation in 112 was obeyed without question. However, with the prospect of the Caldari Navy returning to the system, a dangerous precedent is set. Both the Ishukone Corporation and Mordu's Legion are answerable to the Intaki Assembly; the Caldari Navy are not. For months on end now, the FDU has sacrificed countless lives into the defence of the home system, with no support from any other party. We are rapidly coming to the conclusion that we can no longer justify expending any more resources into this campaign.

Make no mistake; if unchallenged, a ground invasion will come to Intaki, as it has done for other Federation worlds that came under Caldari occupation. So far, the only force to contest a possibility has been the Federal Defence Union, not the Intaki Prosperity Initiative and not the Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive. Neither have taken any interest in the Caldari invasion, and we will cede all responsbility to loyalists to both the Intaki Assembly and the Ishukone Corporation should the situation deteriorate further. The Gallentean capsuleer militia has done everything in its power to prevent it from coming to this; the rest is now your responsibility.

The choice is yours. Continue to show apathy to the fascist State Protectorate and their desire for a wartorn Intaki, or fight back for the security of your homeworld. We will no longer throw lives away unsupported.

Quote:
Since the breakout of the Empyrean War, planetary engagements between the empires escalated by orders of magnitude. In YC 111 alone, the Gallente Federation's spending on ground technologies rose 273%.
- Gen. Jenoth Flym (ret.) Excerpt from “Federal Defense Readiness Committee Report”


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Blake Rathen
Caldari
Yurai-Tenshin Zaibatsu
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.24 04:12:00 - [2]
 

Pilot Inhonores, thank you for your deep concern for the security and prosperity of the Intaki system and its citizens, among them the hardworking Ishukone employees who share an interest in local success.

Ishuk-Raata Enforcement pilots and their crews continue to pledge their support to Intaki and the greater region on a daily basis with their lives and assets.

However, despite persistent hostilities initiated by State Protectorate pilots in this locality, I-RED remains ambivalent to the Militia Wars, which exist outside of our mandate to both support the Intaki people and eradicate piracy wherever we encounter it. I-RED pilots will combat 'rogue elements' in any form that threaten the safety of local free traders.

I trust this clarifies the purpose and scope of current activities. Prosperity and success to you, and to Intaki.

Dodge Abasi
Posted - 2011.06.24 04:24:00 - [3]
 

Takeaway:

The State invading a planet is a travesty.

The Federation invading a planet is respectable.

Markius TheShed
Minmatar
Murientor Tribe
Posted - 2011.06.24 10:43:00 - [4]
 

With the recent mutual positive standing setting between I-Red, UK and EM I would of hoped that I-RED would be more open to upholding the ideals of their new allies, Especially as this is happening on their own doorstep.

The Matari people fought for our freedom and now we fight for our allies freedom, We will continue to support the FDU in the defence of Gallente sovereignty from the fascism and tyranny of the Caldari state who continue to support slavery in the Amarrian Empire.

We must all unite against our common enemies and together we will prevail.

DmitryEKT
Clandestine.
Posted - 2011.06.24 10:43:00 - [5]
 

I have no inherent interest in who controls the Intaki system, and thus have no opinion on military actions taken by those resident (or otherwise) in the area.

I do, however, have a very specific interest in acquiring some Intaki Syndicate technologies, which are, to the best of my knowledge unavailable elsewhere in New Eden.

Thus, I will put forth the following offer: to whoever settles in the system, or to the current residents, or anyone else involved - if you wish to cash in on your Loyalty to the Intaki, whether to fund your war efforts or for any other reason, send me a private communique and I'm certain we can reach a mutually beneficial arrangement.

Really, I have your best interests at heart - while Intaki technology may be hard to acquire, there is also a very limited demand for it, and military campaigns aren't free...

Damar Rocarion
Posted - 2011.06.24 12:24:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Blake Rathen
However, despite persistent hostilities initiated by State Protectorate pilots in this locality, I-RED remains ambivalent to the Militia Wars, which exist outside of our mandate to both support the Intaki people and eradicate piracy wherever we encounter it.


Let us not forget that as outside entity, I-RED decided they had authority to police the militia "for outlaw elements". When militia declared war on I-RED (to much of their surprise), most pilots/corporations ended on KOS list which I-RED still enforces by attacking said militia pilots.

In fact I was "blue" to I-RED until while ago but they made me KOS too because I shot these supposed blues, while leading fleet which I-RED subsequently attacked. So clearly as commanding officer I should not put the wellbeing of my pilots ahead of friendship of entity whose loyalty to the State is questionable at best.

Sakaane Eionell
Intaki Liberation Front
Posted - 2011.06.24 18:11:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Damar Rocarion
Let us not forget that as outside entity, I-RED decided they had authority to police the militia "for outlaw elements".

Let us not forget that as an outside entity, the Caldari militia decided they had authority to occupy Intaki without the express invitation of its inhabitants. The FDU would not have felt compelled to enter our sovereign space if not for the Caldari. The IPI and I-RED would be free to continue working toward our goals of securing Placid from pirate elements and establishing an independent Intaki state if we did not have to deal with this distraction.

Andreus Ixiris
Gallente
Mixed Metaphor
Posted - 2011.06.25 02:26:00 - [8]
 

Damar, get out of our system.

Blake Rathen
Caldari
Yurai-Tenshin Zaibatsu
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.27 14:13:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Damar Rocarion

Let us not forget that as outside entity, I-RED decided they had authority to police the militia "for outlaw elements". When militia declared war on I-RED (to much of their surprise), most pilots/corporations ended on KOS list which I-RED still enforces by attacking said militia pilots.


In the beginning, Ishuk-Raata command was alerted to the presence of pirates operating under the guise of honest service in the State Protectorate when a squad of Wolfsbrigade pilots opened fire on I-RED ships operating under positive standings with W-BR. These pilots, when hailed, declared their intention to engage pilots outside of the Protectorate regardless of State affiliation. Following up with this blatant (self-declared) piracy, it was the disappointing duty of I-RED pilots to engage Protectorate pilots in what has become a string of conflicts tied to the original instigators.

Ishuk-Raata communications have already indicated that I-RED will pursue pilots who (1) engage in acts of piracy, and (2) defend known pirates in their fleets. This behavior is not tolerable from pilots under the warrant of the State. It denigrates the trust placed in the pilots who maintain honorable service careers, and it directly threatens the safety of authentic business.

Originally by: Damar Rocarion

In fact I was "blue" to I-RED until while ago but they made me KOS too because I shot these supposed blues, while leading fleet which I-RED subsequently attacked. So clearly as commanding officer I should not put the wellbeing of my pilots ahead of friendship of entity whose loyalty to the State is questionable at best.


Pilot Rocarion, I trust the communications you had with I-RED following this scuffle satisfactorily resolved the issue. If not, please contact me or another of our External Relations officers to discuss the matter further. Ishuk-Raata remains open to improving relations with any State service personnel who establish a resolve to extricate piracy from their ranks and abstain from it themselves.

Loyalty to Ishukone and to the State is demonstrated by keeping its organizations clear of self-interested hostiles so that sincere pilots may safeguard non-hostile traffic in its operational theaters.

Blake Rathen
Caldari
Yurai-Tenshin Zaibatsu
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.27 14:28:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Markius TheShed
With the recent mutual positive standing setting between I-Red, UK and EM I would of hoped that I-RED would be more open to upholding the ideals of their new allies, Especially as this is happening on their own doorstep.


Pilot TheShed, please note that while positive relations may be taken to imply a certain degree of cooperative efforts, shared ideology is not a given in all cases.

Originally by: Markius TheShed
The Matari people fought for our freedom and now we fight for our allies freedom, We will continue to support the FDU in the defence of Gallente sovereignty from the fascism and tyranny of the Caldari state who continue to support slavery in the Amarrian Empire.


You may be pleased to learn that indentured servitude and ownership of one person by another is illegal for employees of all State corporations. To this end, the Caldari work hard to maintain open competition, access to employment, and free trade.

Simca Develon
Revenent Defence Corperation
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.27 17:34:00 - [11]
 

Edited by: Simca Develon on 27/06/2011 17:41:32
Originally by: Blake Rathen

However, despite persistent hostilities initiated by State Protectorate pilots in this locality, I-RED remains ambivalent to the Militia Wars, which exist outside of our mandate to both support the Intaki people and eradicate piracy wherever we encounter it. I-RED pilots will combat 'rogue elements' in any form that threaten the safety of local free traders.

I trust this clarifies the purpose and scope of current activities. Prosperity and success to you, and to Intaki.


The only thing that this really clarifies for me is that I-RED doesn't know what side they are on. Neither does anyone else apparently. If the State Protectorate forces "perstently" attack you shouldn't you be taking that as a hint towards their intentions with the Intaki area.

If you want to stay ambivalent to the militia that's fine, but you can't be half in half out. That just gets people killed. If you want a safe and secure Intaki you are going to have to fight for it. So I suggest you pick which group you would rather see there. Either the FDU or the STPRO. Pick a side before we pick it for you. We're tired of risking our crews to secure Intaki, while the very groups that have the biggest presence in the area stand idly by.

The above is the author's personal opinion and may not represent the opinion or policy of her employer. This is a non-associated public release communication, as authorized by the Freedom of Communications Act, YC83.

X Gallentius
Quantum Cats Syndicate
Posted - 2011.06.27 19:32:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: X Gallentius on 27/06/2011 19:35:34
Quote:
Since the breakout of the Empyrean War, planetary engagements between the empires escalated by orders of magnitude. In YC 111 alone, the Gallente Federation's spending on ground technologies rose 273%.
- Gen. Jenoth Flym (ret.) Excerpt from “Federal Defense Readiness Committee Report”


Location: House Arrest, Agoze CAS Station
Topic: Gallente Ship Performance & the Occupation of Intaki

Luminaire General X Gallentius, on house arrest while in station due to suspicion of performing certain illicit and illegal acts with a former Agoze Station female employee, once again charged the Gallente shipbuilding industry with significant levels of corruption.

"The number one reason for the recent success of the ***** Yuri Intaki and her lover Damar Rocarion can be traced directly to the inadequacy of Gallente ship design. While the Caldari are supplied with faction ships that can take on and win against pirate faction ships, Gallente militia members are supplied with ships that use outdated tactics and weapons."

"Where has all of the R&D money on ground breaking technologies that Gen. Jenoth Flym claims the Federation has spent gone? Certainly not in any "ground breaking" technologies for Gallente hulls."

"Once again I urge the Federation do the following the following:

1. Impeach that missile loving crook Jacque Roden on corruptions charges, and

2. Create a team of dedicated designers, lead by Arnerore Rylerave, to improve the design of the Gallente cruiser hulls as well as update Gallente blaster and drone technology."

"I fear the entire Viriette Constellation will once again fall into Caldari hands if nothing is done soon."

John Revenent
Caldari
Revenent Defence Corperation
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.27 20:56:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Simca Develon
Edited by: Simca Develon on 27/06/2011 17:41:32

The only thing that this really clarifies for me is that I-RED doesn't know what side they are on. Neither does anyone else apparently. If the State Protectorate forces "perstently" attack you shouldn't you be taking that as a hint towards their intentions with the Intaki area.

If you want to stay ambivalent to the militia that's fine, but you can't be half in half out. That just gets people killed. If you want a safe and secure Intaki you are going to have to fight for it. So I suggest you pick which group you would rather see there. Either the FDU or the STPRO. Pick a side before we pick it for you. We're tired of risking our crews to secure Intaki, while the very groups that have the biggest presence in the area stand idly by.




Lieutenant. Develon Ishukone-Raata has already chosen a side in this conflict, and that is neither the Protectorate or the Defense Union. Our efforts are to ensure trade-lanes are kept open and secure also to ensure the safety of Ishukone's operations in Intaki.

As I stated before it is the responsibility of the men and women who sign up for the FDU, and State Protectorate to fight this war. Not us, it is not the task given to us.

Simca Develon
Revenent Defence Corperation
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.28 00:19:00 - [14]
 

I don't remember asking you to fight the war for us. All I said was that if you really do want to protect Intaki and provide a safe place for trade you had better figure out who you want to have a presence there. The war is on your doorstep whether you like it or not. At some point you will have to make a choice.


Bataav
Intaki Liberation Front
Intaki Prosperity Initiative
Posted - 2011.06.28 01:19:00 - [15]
 

Edited by: Bataav on 28/06/2011 01:20:13
Originally by: Simca Develon
I don't remember asking you to fight the war for us.

Ms Develon, you may not have but your General did:
Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores
The choice is yours. Continue to show apathy to the fascist State Protectorate and their desire for a wartorn Intaki, or fight back for the security of your homeworld. We will no longer throw lives away unsupported.

Rest assured, the security of the Intaki and surrounding systems is at the forefront of our minds each and every day.

The militias are made up of volunteers, eager to take the fight to their enemy in the name of the Federation or State. The people of Intaki did not volunteer and they are not willing participants in your war.

The FDU would be wise not to attempt to force a decision on military participation from the ILF or IPI alliance. Do not presume to think we will bend to your will.

Our efforts toward improving the security concerns of the Intaki system continue, regardless of FDU frustrations at our policy of strict neutrality regarding the militia conflict. Due to the diplomatic intricacies involved, should there be any changes to our policies on this subject they will be announced to our timetable and no one else's.

Bataav
Diplomat & Pasha of Karna
Intaki Liberation Front

Simca Develon
Revenent Defence Corperation
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.06.28 02:25:00 - [16]
 

Few points here so I'm just gonna break this down bit by bit. Hope you don't mind.
Originally by: Bataav

Originally by: Simca Develon
I don't remember asking you to fight the war for us.

Ms Develon, you may not have but your General did:
Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores
The choice is yours. Continue to show apathy to the fascist State Protectorate and their desire for a wartorn Intaki, or fight back for the security of your homeworld. We will no longer throw lives away unsupported.



Neither I nor General Inhonores are asking you or I-RED to fight the war for us. Helping us to help you to secure your own borders is somewhat different, and I'm actually surprised at your unwillingness to do so.
Originally by: Bataav

Rest assured, the security of the Intaki and surrounding systems is at the forefront of our minds each and every day.


Really? From what I've seen and heard at least I-RED does fight on occasion. You guys I have yet to see or hear from in space. Though I suppose that could be attributed to mixed fleets under the I-RED banner.

Originally by: Bataav

The militias are made up of volunteers, eager to take the fight to their enemy in the name of the Federation or State. The people of Intaki did not volunteer and they are not willing participants in your war.


Willing or not, like I said the war is on your doorstep.

Originally by: Bataav

The FDU would be wise not to attempt to force a decision on military participation from the ILF or IPI alliance. Do not presume to think we will bend to your will.


Never tried to force you or I-RED to a decision. Did say that at some point you will have to make one.

Originally by: Bataav

Our efforts toward improving the security concerns of the Intaki system continue, regardless of FDU frustrations at our policy of strict neutrality regarding the militia conflict. Due to the diplomatic intricacies involved, should there be any changes to our policies on this subject they will be announced to our timetable and no one else's.

Bataav
Diplomat & Pasha of Karna
Intaki Liberation Front


Then you might want to check with the STPRO and see if they can push their timetable back a little bit to give you some time to think it over. Cause at the moment this is mostly on their timetable.

The above is the author's personal opinion and may not represent the opinion or policy of her employer. This is a non-associated public release communication, as authorized by the Freedom of Communications Act, YC83.

Seriphyn Inhonores
Gallente
Eleutherian Guard
Posted - 2011.06.28 02:42:00 - [17]
 

Originally by: Bataav
The people of Intaki did not volunteer and they are not willing participants in your war.


Neither did the billions of citizens who live on Caldari Prime when it was invaded back in June 110, Intakis too. It is Luminaire, after all. There was even some whisper of sympathy from the Syndicate when it all occured. Regardless, many Intaki serve in the Federation Navy and other branches of service, alongside everyone else in this country. Last I checked, the people of the Intaki solar system are still very much pro-Federation.

A foreign military occupation will hurt the local economy, I might add, along with many other things.

Bataav
Intaki Liberation Front
Intaki Prosperity Initiative
Posted - 2011.06.28 05:51:00 - [18]
 

Originally by: Simca Develon
Few points here so I'm just gonna break this down bit by bit. Hope you don't mind.

Not at all, Ms Develon.

Originally by: Simca Develon
Neither I nor General Inhonores are asking you or I-RED to fight the war for us.

It appears from the opening statement by Gen. Inhonores that this is indeed a request for military assistance against the State Militia. To requote the General:
Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores
So far, the only force to contest a possibility has been the Federal Defence Union, not the Intaki Prosperity Initiative and not the Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive. Neither have taken any interest in the Caldari invasion...

...Continue to show apathy to the fascist State Protectorate and their desire for a wartorn Intaki, or fight back for the security of your homeworld...

While it might not be a request for the IPI and I-RED to replace the FDU and it's allies against the State militia it's clearly asking for an active involvement.

Originally by: Simca Develon
Originally by: Bataav
Rest assured, the security of the Intaki and surrounding systems is at the forefront of our minds each and every day.

Really? From what I've seen and heard at least I-RED does fight on occasion. You guys I have yet to see or hear from in space. Though I suppose that could be attributed to mixed fleets under the I-RED banner.

There have been a number of occasions when ILF and I-RED pilots have operated together as the close allies we are, but there are frequent ILF sorties too. Perhaps this is nothing more than a case of being active at different times.

Statistics are publically available that detail the kills and losses of ILF vessels in our efforts to deal with threats to the security of the Intaki and surrounding systems.

Originally by: Simca Develon
Helping us to help you to secure your own borders is somewhat different, and I'm actually surprised at your unwillingness to do so.

As I have hopefully illustrated, we are more than willing to make efforts towards securing the Intaki system. What you are experiencing is our adherance to the long standing and public ILF RoE that ensures our non-participation in the hostilities between the militia's of Federation and State as a reflection of our neutral stance as a political movement towards both Nations.

That said, perhaps the General's opening statement I quoted above, possibly echoed by your own, when looking for active participation in a proactive defense against State militia combat pilots suggests a compehensive lack of understanding in terms of who and what the IPI alliance is. If you look through the list of membership corporations you'll be presented with a range of small trading companies, mining outfits and transportation specialists.

I'm not sure what kind of combat capability you're expecting from us but when the General spoke a little over three months ago regarding the sacrifices made by FDU pilots in Intaki he showed some understanding when he acknowleged that the IPI does indeed make great efforts, with success, in working towards our objectives in Intaki. Violence is not the only path to stability.

Continued...

Bataav
Intaki Liberation Front
Intaki Prosperity Initiative
Posted - 2011.06.28 05:53:00 - [19]
 

Edited by: Bataav on 28/06/2011 05:56:57
As a military corporation I can appreciate that the diplomacy table might not be EL-G's natural environment, so perhaps it might be worth considering these public pronouncements as made by the General are better left to a dedicated diplomatic envoy. That way we might see some consistency in terms of what is being said.

New Eden is a place of action and reaction. We all learn very quickly that words and deeds have consequences.

The General is clearly a man who likes to stir a crowd with his patriotic message and I can understand and respect that. However it is the content of recent speeches and announcements that gives me personal difficulty with the discussion at hand, - the suggestion of the IPI supporting FDU efforts in Intaki. On the one hand we have an attempt to discredit the secessionist movement as a route to innevitable tyranny while in the opening statements above we are accused of neglecting local interests and on the other hand, he requests our assistance against STPRO and their allies.

Public records of previous debates here in the Summit show that the General is well versed in matters Intaki, I find it ironic that with such volume of contribution to the subject out there (most recent examples of debate in response to public statements initially made by the General himself) that he should apply the label "obsession" to others.

To end, I have already said, conversations are ongoing regarding the escalation of militia activity in the Intaki system.

The ILF, IPI and our allies in I-RED have illustrated already that we are prepared to act against capsuleer piracy in across the Viriette constellation. In terms of the militias we have the benefit of experience today. The IPI made great efforts to relieve some of the strains on the Intaki system when the State forces occupied by force in YC111 and so the threat to the stability of the system are fully understood. The situation is being monitored and the ILF would respond if necessary.

Bataav
Diplomat & Pasha of Karna
Intaki Liberation Front.

[Edited for clarification]

Damar Rocarion
Posted - 2011.06.28 11:13:00 - [20]
 

Edited by: Damar Rocarion on 28/06/2011 11:24:14
Edited by: Damar Rocarion on 28/06/2011 11:14:22
Originally by: Blake Rathen
Pilot Rocarion, I trust the communications you had with I-RED following this scuffle satisfactorily resolved the issue. If not, please contact me or another of our External Relations officers to discuss the matter further.


I believe it was resolved quite clearly by Mr. Revenent when I said that if I am leading a fleet, I would not respect blue status if I-RED sees it fit to attack my fleet members. Revent said something along the lines "You do what you want, we do what we want but dont expect those blues for long". This conversation took place few hours after pilot Valdezi had figured it would be a brilliant idea to rush a frigate gang with a Devoter class heavy interdictor.

Sometime after this discussion, Revenent brought out his Rokh class battleship and attacked my fleet members. I was forced to destroy the Rokh and it's crew with my allies. I-RED diplomat contacted me a bit later and informed I would be KOS (which I had sort of expected by then).

And ultimately, this whole mess started because you saw it fit to destroy my cyno kestrel. If I-RED wants to wash it hands from militia conflict, I am sure we can come into some kind of agreement.

Otherwise your actions continue to bring shame to your ideals of Caldari loyalist, like happened in Battle of Agoze less than 72h ago where you sided with FDU forces against outnumbered StatePro fleet and ultimately, StatePro stood victorious.

Mekhana
Gallente
Spiritus Draconis
Posted - 2011.06.28 11:53:00 - [21]
 

Edited by: Mekhana on 28/06/2011 11:56:52
Edited by: Mekhana on 28/06/2011 11:55:09
There's a man that loves to throw the first stone.

I-RED so far has been a good example of how it is possible to have peace and coexistence between the Gallente Federation and the Caldari State for the well being and prosperity of all. However due to your personal crusade, something you couldn't seem to give up on is escalating the conflict.

There are many pilots in the FDU who would rather leave Intaki to decide their own fate but prefer to ensure that your machinations fail. It is no surprise State Protectorate forces were dealt a crushing blow despite FDU forces being outnumbered and even out shipped as our resolution grows firmer and more resources are being committed to the conflict.

He does not have anyone's well being in mind. All that he cares about is his pride showing nothing more than absolute lunacy. He's not a patriot, he's not even a nationalist. So far he has only proven himself to be a lunatic.

Damar Rocarion
Posted - 2011.06.28 12:24:00 - [22]
 

Originally by: Mekhana
However due to your personal crusade, something you couldn't seem to give up on is escalating the conflict.


My personal crusade? This is quite interesting, seeing that I-RED declared war on StatePro and if it wasnt for that, nobody from StatePro would actually be in Intaki. I had no part in the conflict, until I-RED decided that aforementioned cyno kestrel was a hostile ship and shot at it.

Of course this whole wardec process could be a clever trick by I-RED to lure State forces into Placid...


Andreus Ixiris
Gallente
Mixed Metaphor
Posted - 2011.06.28 12:26:00 - [23]
 

So why are you plexing, instead of hunting I-RED?

Mekhana
Gallente
Spiritus Draconis
Posted - 2011.06.28 12:43:00 - [24]
 

It's easy to spot a wolf in sheep's clothing when it is among the wolves.

Kudlow N'cramer
World Eaters Excavation
Posted - 2011.06.28 13:03:00 - [25]
 

Originally by: John Revenent

As I stated before it is the responsibility of the men and women who sign up for the FDU, and State Protectorate to fight this war. Not us, it is not the task given to us.

You are too modest, Admiral. If not for I-RED forces engaging Caldari ships in Intaki complexes, the system probably would have already fallen.

The Federations owes a debt of gratitude to those who defend our way of life. In the Intaki system, I-RED plays no small role in doing that.

Diana Kim
Caldari
Wolfsbrigade
Posted - 2011.06.28 14:21:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores
against the fascist State Protectorate, the capsuleer extension of the tyrant Tibus Heth

Your immature representation of the State has nothing to do with reality. We can't silence capsuleers yet, so please enjoy your words while you can. It is the only thing you can oppose to superiority of the State.

Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores
Make no mistake; if unchallenged, a ground invasion will come to Intaki, as it has done for other Federation worlds that came under Caldari occupation.

The matter of ground invasion lies in hands of Ishukone Watch and those loyal to Federation Intaki citizens, who might cause trouble to Ishukone. Caldari Navy and Protectorate won't participate in this, unless Ishukone Watch will meet very heavy and organized resistance. But when people will collaborate with the Corporation and will welcome сorporation's help to rebuild the infrastructure, the invasion will be unnecessary waste of resources.

Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores
The choice is yours. Continue to show apathy to the fascist State Protectorate and their desire for a wartorn Intaki, or fight back for the security of your homeworld. We will no longer throw lives away unsupported.

And here you want to show, that you care about Intaki. Well, I can say you this. Intaki system WILL BE OURS AGAIN, no matter what, and you can do nothing about it.
In your turn, you should remember, that the war is a stick with two ends: you cant fight enemy when there is no enemy. Thus, if you do really care about Intaki, make sure to withdraw your forces and gallente-loving federation supporters from the planet to minimize collateral damage. Otherwise we come and will do it hard way. And do not whine about consequences and 'wartorn Intaki', because it was your choice too.

Incineratingly yours,
D.Kim, Colonel

Seriphyn Inhonores
Gallente
Eleutherian Guard
Posted - 2011.06.28 14:28:00 - [27]
 

Edited by: Seriphyn Inhonores on 28/06/2011 14:43:24
Originally by: Diana Kim
And here you want to show, that you care about Intaki. Well, I can say you this. Intaki system WILL BE OURS AGAIN, no matter what, and you can do nothing about it.


Ah, you see, capsuleers of Intaki? What justification do you have for this? What is your final objective? Why do you so boldly state that Intaki will be "yours"? Who does it belong to?

If you ask me, Intaki makes a nice hostage for the State. Should the Federation military ever try to retake Caldari Prime, then the Intaki homeworld will find itself under invasion. Ingenious.

Diana Kim
Caldari
Wolfsbrigade
Posted - 2011.06.28 15:27:00 - [28]
 

Justification?..
This we don't seek.

Final objective?..
To secure Ishukone property, that will benefit the State and Caldari people in the end.

Why Intaki will be ours?..
Because it is our duty to protect State interests, all Caldari citizens look upon us, and we cannot fail them.

Who does it belong to?..
To Gallente Federation. Not for long, though.

Originally by: Seriphyn Inhonores

If you ask me, Intaki makes a nice hostage for the State. Should the Federation military ever try to retake Caldari Prime, then the Intaki homeworld will find itself under invasion. Ingenious.

Should Federation dare to attack our planet, why do you think that capturing of distant planet for Ishukone will have higher priority for military resources than defending Caldari Prime? Ingenious indeed...

Incineratingly yours,
D.Kim, Colonel

Mekhana
Gallente
Spiritus Draconis
Posted - 2011.06.28 16:39:00 - [29]
 

The prosecution rests, your honor.

Nausea
Veto.
Veto Corp
Posted - 2011.06.28 16:49:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: Diana Kim
Justification?..
This we don't seek.

Final objective?..
To secure Ishukone property, that will benefit the State and Caldari people in the end.

Why Intaki will be ours?..
Because it is our duty to protect State interests, all Caldari citizens look upon us, and we cannot fail them.

Who does it belong to?..
To Gallente Federation. Not for long, though.





Ah, so, your goals can mostly be summarised as 'Nice system, we'l take it'?

There are sure to be more than a few pilots who will have their palms firmly glued to their foreheads for that one...


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