"Chile has seen nations come and nations go. To this end we mourn the passing of old Mexico and welcome the coming of a new Mexico. While we appreciate all of the efforts of our Central American brothers in assisting the continent of South America, we are going to have to insist that the protecting of ungoverned lands be left to South Americans. Chile has no interest in anything North of the Panama Canal beyond the normal affairs of diplomacy conducted between nations."
First Chilean Army Corp
"Your orders are to take your Air Mobile Assets and begin the process of securing unprotected lands. You will be assisted by Special Forces teams who will have the task of creating a local police and civil services to tend to local needs," Presidente Juagari ordered Major General Benardo O'Higgins.
"Yes sir," replied the tired looking General.
Within hours the first elements of the Chilean 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Infantry Divisions would begin heading to secure the population centers of the unprotected lands. With them would be Special Forces Groups 1 through 4 who are to begin the process of establishing locally staffed and locally controlled police and civil services organizations. With a special detachment of Marines and Naval ships ordered out to sea to secure islands with specific orders to establish a permanent Chilean presence on the Galapagos.
Private: All South American Leaders
I think we need to speak on the lands within our continent and how we aim to ensure they are properly guided to full statehood. The Chilean Army has dispatched forces to keep the peace but these are not intended to be unilateral and neither is this move intended to be a long term one. It's merely an emergency measure.
- Presidente Juagari
Edited by Tidy Bowl Man, 27 March 2013 - 10:31 PM.