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Aicar Leuscirh
The Scope
Posted - 2011.07.19 20:09:00 - [1]
 

REBEL ACTIVITY INCREASES IN PLACID REGION

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Algogille - The Federation Joint Military Command has admitted that there has been a sharp increase in rebel activity amongst the Placid region and other contested areas over the past few months. The statement comes after rebels on Esesier VIII detonated an IED at the outer wall of a Federation Air Force nuclear missile base on the Freye continent, coinciding with a sharp rise of Caldari incursion groundside, following the State Protectorate's campaign to take the heavily contested system.

"The rebels are unhappy with their homes being at the frontline of this conflict" said Jynnifer Toubaison, a military and political analyst at Osmeden University of Caille, "They vary in ideology and extremes of course, and some are unscrupulous enough to accepts arms and support from the Serpentis or certain State elements. They certainly aren't fond of the Caldari, but they don't exactly appreciate Federation military presence either, preferring to be left alone. In the case of Esesier, these rebels are a mixture of both ethnic Gallenteans and Intaki"

Esesier has the unfortunate circumstance of being within range of Black Rise, which has allowed the State to bridge in numerous military units into the system as Federation defences are slowly whittled away. Groundside fighting has not been particularly heavy, focusing more on surgical strikes against military installations, but wholesale invasion may come should the Caldari capsuleer militia consolidate control of the system. With the Federation Navy mostly concerned with retaliating against the enemy in space, orbital support for ground units has been gradually reduced. Rebel forces only compounds the issue further.

"It's great the Army is here to protect us" said Nemyl Fricoure, a farming manager on Esesier VIII, "But they shouldn't need to be here in the first place. We would have no trouble from the rebels, or Caldari, if this war was either over, or waged far from here, at the very least. We've got Sansha to worry about, too. I hear Harroule IV got lucky since they're so far from State space, but we won't have that luxury"

The Federation pledged to "do everything in its power" to curb the rebel threat, both in space and on the ground. However, given the threats from both the Caldari and Sansha, many put few stocks in the claim, believing the Federation will not follow through such promises.

Vikarion
Caldari
State Trade Consortium
Posted - 2011.07.20 01:31:00 - [2]
 

This war would be over tomorrow if the Federation would simply accept that Caldari Prime is, and should be, ours.

*sigh*

But that won't happen, will it? Not until many more people die, and the people of Placid are made much more uncomfortable.

Well. At least there is one bright spot: being occupied by the Caldari is much better than being occupied by the Sansha.

Alain Octirant
Gallente
Federal Nationalist Party
Posted - 2011.07.20 05:49:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: Vikarion
Well. At least there is one bright spot: being occupied by the Caldari is much better than being occupied by the Sansha.


Faint praise, indeed.

Vikarion
Caldari
State Trade Consortium
Posted - 2011.07.20 06:19:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Alain Octirant
Originally by: Vikarion
Well. At least there is one bright spot: being occupied by the Caldari is much better than being occupied by the Sansha.


Faint praise, indeed.


Note that the same cannot be said, however, for the Federation. At least according to the treatment our people have received.

Hussain
Gallente
Azure Horizon Federate Militia
Posted - 2011.07.20 12:02:00 - [5]
 

Edited by: Hussain on 20/07/2011 12:05:10
Edited by: Hussain on 20/07/2011 12:02:05
Originally by: Aicar Leuscirh
The Federation Joint Military Command has admitted that there has been a sharp increase in rebel activity amongst the Placid region and other contested areas over the past few months.

The Federation pledged to "do everything in its power" to curb the rebel threat, both in space and on the ground. However, given the threats from both the Caldari and Sansha, many put few stocks in the claim, believing the Federation will not follow through such promises.


Yes I do wander how much the state is paying this guy.

Rebels in Placid have increased activity in the past months... like anyone has ever heard of the said rebels before.

Not to mention that there is no other report of any kind of said activities in Esesier.

And even the poor famer would be better off without the Federation.

And to finish he the Federation claims of protection are a according to him a lie.

More biased than this is hard to get.


X Gallentius
Quantum Cats Syndicate
Posted - 2011.07.20 12:25:00 - [6]
 

These occasional posts by Scope reporters always come with an anti-Federation slant. Nothing new here. Move along.

Andre Vauban
Gallente
Quantum Cats Syndicate
Posted - 2011.07.20 12:58:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Vikarion
This war would be over tomorrow if the Federation would simply accept that Caldari Prime is, and should be, ours.



This comment is too funny. This war will not end until Tibus Heth is dead. Heth will not stop short of anything except the total destruction of the Federation, he is not open to any negotiation with the Federation, and he will never leave power while alive. In short, your leader is a raving madman.

The correct line is: "This war would be over given a few weeks of negotiation after Heth is killed." Hopefully some Caldari will soon realize this and assassinate the fool. This is not to say the Federation is perfect, but at least we can elect our fools out of office.

Bataav
Intaki Liberation Front
Intaki Prosperity Initiative
Posted - 2011.07.20 13:50:00 - [8]
 

Originally by: Andre Vauban
This is not to say the Federation is perfect, but at least we can elect our fools out of office.

If only we could vote them in...

Vikarion
Caldari
State Trade Consortium
Posted - 2011.07.20 15:02:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Andre Vauban
Originally by: Vikarion
This war would be over tomorrow if the Federation would simply accept that Caldari Prime is, and should be, ours.



This comment is too funny. This war will not end until Tibus Heth is dead. Heth will not stop short of anything except the total destruction of the Federation, he is not open to any negotiation with the Federation, and he will never leave power while alive. In short, your leader is a raving madman.


Absolutely false. Tibus Heth has power not because he can magically direct the State at will, but because he is the current voice of the Caldari people. His power comes from populism, quite frankly, not from secret police or security forces (unlike your own Senator Blaque, I'd note). It is the Caldari people who will have their homeworld held at all costs - Heth is just the messenger.

Moreover, Heth is hardly mad. He has worked diligently to enact needed reforms, and while there have also been negative consequences of his decisions, well, nothing is perfect in this life. He did manage to liberate our homeworld, and he did manage to force your president to a peace, at least until CONCORD rammed through the militia act (with the support of the Federation, I add).

Heth, and the Caldari, merely want Caldari Prime back. It was the Federation Senate that determined that that was unacceptable. It is Roden who desires to return our homeworld to captivity and to take Black Rise. It is you who fights for a madman, not the Caldari. Thus, there will be no peace until the Gallente and their lackeys are humbled, and if we have to take Placid to do so, very well.

X Gallentius
Quantum Cats Syndicate
Posted - 2011.07.20 15:15:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Bataav
If only we could vote them in...
You can, and you're welcome.

Aurelie Severasse
Gallente
The Light on the Hill
Posted - 2011.07.20 23:09:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Vikarion
Originally by: Andre Vauban
Originally by: Vikarion
This war would be over tomorrow if the Federation would simply accept that Caldari Prime is, and should be, ours.



This comment is too funny. This war will not end until Tibus Heth is dead. Heth will not stop short of anything except the total destruction of the Federation, he is not open to any negotiation with the Federation, and he will never leave power while alive. In short, your leader is a raving madman.


Absolutely false. Tibus Heth has power not because he can magically direct the State at will, but because he is the current voice of the Caldari people. His power comes from populism, quite frankly, not from secret police or security forces (unlike your own Senator Blaque, I'd note). It is the Caldari people who will have their homeworld held at all costs - Heth is just the messenger.

Moreover, Heth is hardly mad. He has worked diligently to enact needed reforms, and while there have also been negative consequences of his decisions, well, nothing is perfect in this life. He did manage to liberate our homeworld, and he did manage to force your president to a peace, at least until CONCORD rammed through the militia act (with the support of the Federation, I add).

Heth, and the Caldari, merely want Caldari Prime back. It was the Federation Senate that determined that that was unacceptable. It is Roden who desires to return our homeworld to captivity and to take Black Rise. It is you who fights for a madman, not the Caldari. Thus, there will be no peace until the Gallente and their lackeys are humbled, and if we have to take Placid to do so, very well.


The Caldari can have all the access they like to Luminaire VII when they rejoin the Federation. Until that inevitable occurence comes to pass, the Caldari were happy to make themselves a lovely bed out there in the Forge, and now they shall have to slumber happily in it and stop trying to steal Federal planets. New Caldari Prime is your homeworld now.

Jon Engel
Intaki Security and Intelligence
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.07.20 23:15:00 - [12]
 

A most interesting turn of events.


Jon Engel
Intaki Security and Intelligence
Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
Posted - 2011.07.20 23:22:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Aurelie Severasse
Originally by: Vikarion
Originally by: Andre Vauban
Originally by: Vikarion
This war would be over tomorrow if the Federation would simply accept that Caldari Prime is, and should be, ours.



This comment is too funny. This war will not end until Tibus Heth is dead. Heth will not stop short of anything except the total destruction of the Federation, he is not open to any negotiation with the Federation, and he will never leave power while alive. In short, your leader is a raving madman.


Absolutely false. Tibus Heth has power not because he can magically direct the State at will, but because he is the current voice of the Caldari people. His power comes from populism, quite frankly, not from secret police or security forces (unlike your own Senator Blaque, I'd note). It is the Caldari people who will have their homeworld held at all costs - Heth is just the messenger.

Moreover, Heth is hardly mad. He has worked diligently to enact needed reforms, and while there have also been negative consequences of his decisions, well, nothing is perfect in this life. He did manage to liberate our homeworld, and he did manage to force your president to a peace, at least until CONCORD rammed through the militia act (with the support of the Federation, I add).

Heth, and the Caldari, merely want Caldari Prime back. It was the Federation Senate that determined that that was unacceptable. It is Roden who desires to return our homeworld to captivity and to take Black Rise. It is you who fights for a madman, not the Caldari. Thus, there will be no peace until the Gallente and their lackeys are humbled, and if we have to take Placid to do so, very well.


The Caldari can have all the access they like to Luminaire VII when they rejoin the Federation. Until that inevitable occurence comes to pass, the Caldari were happy to make themselves a lovely bed out there in the Forge, and now they shall have to slumber happily in it and stop trying to steal Federal planets. New Caldari Prime is your homeworld now.


Do you understand the concepts of Federalism that your Federation was founded on?

Caviar Liberta
Gallente
Moira.
Posted - 2011.07.22 07:37:00 - [14]
 

For those that might need a fresher course on their Federation civics studies.

In addition to the Federal Senate, each district has its own parliament (simply called district parliaments), whose official function is to advise and support the Senate on local issues, but in reality the parliaments wield a great deal of authority over the affairs of their district.


 

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