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[center][font="Arial Black"][size="6"]Burma Burns[/size][/font][/center][center][font="Arial Black"][size="2"][img]http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/images/2007/11/25/france_riot.jpg[/img]
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[/i][/size][/font][/center][left][left][center][font="Tahoma"][size="2"][u]March 29th 2011[/u][/size][/font][/center][/left][/left] [font="Tahoma"]Today, it has been revealed through social media sites in conjunction with standard media outlets that a series of civil revolts have erupted in Burma. Miranda Edwards a student in universities within the capital stated "The former regime has for all intents and purposes collapsed" through means that are at this point unidentified. As such civilians have begun to organize communities into localized structures independent of the non-existent apparatus that once held the country together. Reports have also trickled in that military bases along with other civil ordinance structures have been looted by domestic rioters. No doubt taking advantage of the lapse in order...it has also been reported that widespread desertions have occurred in outposts as these men and women rush to attend to their families. Information is slowly trickling out and we will continue to keep you posted on events as they are reported by people in the streets.[/font]


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[font="Tahoma"](OOC - the previous ruler of Burma has disappeared; as such I will be taking over his lands with the permission of Triyun. Whom the region would fall under protectorate status had I not accepted his offer earlier. This topic will be a prelude to my nation birth. Feel free to comment but as of now, my nation does not exist and these are only events transpiring in Burma. It's good to be back as well.)[/font]

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OOC: Searching on CN I could not find Shatner's nation this afternoon. I sent him a PM a couple days ago checking on his status with no response so regretably I must conclude he's left the game.

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The United Federation of the East has moved to secure the Burmese Canal Zone, with more forces. Further a military convoy was sent into Naypindaw in the dead of night, offloading from the airport and moving rapidly to secure the UFE embassy. From the Canal Zone additional patrol boats were sent to the port of Rangooon to secure the Chinese container port. Lastly, the Shan States which had long standing links to China were reinforced by a border group.

The Foreign Affairs Sub Ministry for South East Asian Affairs issued a statement:
[quote]The United Federation of the East has historically been the strongest friend of the Burmese people. We rescued them from the cultural genocide of Girltopia, and have supported their nation through times of political strife. Our forces will secure the key transport hubs to prevent foreign interference in Burma and urge for a speedy and peaceful transition to a new government. We count the old regime among our close friends and are sad to see them fall. Never the less we must press forward and support the future aspirations of the Burmese people.

Other nations may consider Burma under UFE protection while they go under domestic strife. We will not be occupying Burma except for UFE assets, we request no other power attempt to do so.[/quote]

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[u][b]Private to United Federation of the East[/b][/u]

While we observe the fall of the previous government of Burma and recent upsurge in UFE deployments to protect its assets in Burma, we hope you do not forget the stakes Cochin holds in Burma too. We hope UFE would hold true to its stated promises of no military power projection into Burma. We are not averse to a neutral third party nation forming up in Burma, but we are against Cochin interests being completely subnegated by UFE. While UFE history in Burma is long, so is Cochin history in Burma, lest you forget it.

Sd,

HH Kerala Varma,
The King of Cochin


[u][b]Public Announcement[/b][/u]

The Kingdom of Cochin notes with great sadness the fall of the Burma Government and we hope that the region does not fall into anarchy making life fearsome for its citizens.

Considering the historic ties and relations between Cochin and Burma, the Kingdom of Cochin thanks UFE for the protection they have offered but would like to state that considering the stake Cochin holds in stability of Burma, Cochin would play its part to ensure the safety and stability of Burma. Aid convoys are being readied which would be escorted to Burmese ports for the aid to be distributed to the people of Burma. We hope that United Federation of the East would not object to this, considering the shared stakes we hold in the futures of Burma.

Sd,

HH Kerala Varma,
The King of Cochin


[u][b]Classified[/b][/u]

Along with the Cochin Aid convoys docked at the ports of Visakhapatnam, Aircraft carrier CNS Venad and other warships of RCNB Chittagong and RCNB Port Blair would start sailing towards Burma waters. They would not permit themselves to be obstructed and wherever they encounter UFE entities would exchange friendly greetings but would continue on resolutely on their mission to protect the Burmese waters and open an aid corridor.

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[b]Private Transmission to Cochin[/b]

The UFE hasn't occupied Burma, save for the Canal Zone which is sovereign UFE territory. It is merely securing economic locations where there are UFE citizens as well as our embassy. Also we do now have a military alliance. Why would Burma be neutral. We favor Burmese independence. Considering the UFE Cochin Alliance we believe that our agreement in Burma should be to merely keep it from being annexed by another power or either of us choosing who the new government is. We believe Cochinese and UFE policy towards Burma should be viewed in terms of greater South East Asian Relations and Cochin-Burmese Relations and UFE-Burmese Relations. We believe the time has past to view Burma as a subset of UFE-Cochinese relations.

-August Imperator Jia

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[u][b]Private to UFE[/b][/u]

We are indeed glad to be reassured that UFE holds fast to the agreements on Burmese neutrality. And yes, we agree to the proposal of redefining our agreement on Burma in light of the improved diplomatic relations between our nations. Would you have draft amendment to codify this agreement?

Sd,
HH Kerala Varma,
The King of Cochin

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[b][u]Private Transmission to the Cochinese[/b][/u]

I believe that this reflects the aspirations of the Burmese people, and is a fair agreement.

[quote][center][b]Memorandum of Understanding[/b][/center]

1. The United Federation of the East and the Kingdom of Cochin will protect Burma from being annexed by a foreign power, nor will they unilaterally annex Burmese territory (omitting the Burmese-Thailand Canal Zone already part of the UFE).

2. The United Federation of the East and the Kingdom of Cochin shall not impose a government upon the people of Burma[/quote]

-August Imperator Jia

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[center][font="Arial Black"][size="6"]Widespread Looting![/size][/font][/center][center][font="Arial Black"][size="6"][img]http://topnews.in/law/files/Godhra_riots_case.jpg[/img]
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[/i][/size][/font][/left][center][font="Tahoma"][size="2"][u]March 30, 2011[/u][/size][/font][/center][left][font="Tahoma"][size="2"]Yesterday we reported rioting in Burma, today we have finally seen reliable information begin to trickle out from correspondents on the ground. These are the facts, the heads of the former transitional government of Burma has gone missing without any indication why or where they may have went. This became apparent after a small group of dissatisfied religious strikers demanded reform to existing civil code on religion. What started as a mere protest quickly degraded into a full blown riot as MP's were called by the local police head. Once MP's arrived the situation escalated as the religious reformers refused to vacate the grounds leading to the MP's opening fire upon the group with live ammunition. Many of the reformers were shot without mercy estimates range between 45-80 killed upon capital grounds. Within the next few hours the entire city seemed to rise up with the reformers quickly over-powering the MP's and other government units. Soon these riots began to spread along the coastlines to nearby cities and continued to disseminate into a full blown riot collapsing the transitional regime. The military itself being in complete chaos as soldiers and units abandon their posts; some even taking part in the revolt. Although there are reports that small amounts of military garrisons remain under the command of some officials, at the present we are unaware of who these officials may be nor if this rumor is true. [/size][/font][/left][left][font=Tahoma][size=2]
[/size][/font][/left][left][font="Tahoma"] [/font][font=Tahoma][size=2]Furthermore, packs of brigands have been spotted moving from cities along the roads to country towns and villages with intent to sack and plunder what they will from those unable to defend themselves. Various towns have been said to be completely destroyed from these looters. Currently due to the anarchy on the ground it is hard to accurately estimate how long the civil anarchy will take place and what if any groups will rise to take control of the shattered nation. Lastly, amid this crisis UFE & Cochin have been rumored to be watching the situation on the ground closely, no doubt taking note and discussing how to handle the situation. Currently, UFE forces have moved to secure their assets from the rioters. Rioter have thus far made no attempts on these assets, no doubt noting the advanced technology and caliber of weaponry knowing how it could lead to a quick death.[/size][/font][/left]

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"Sri Lanka is most concerned about the situation in its direct neighbour. For the time being, we will strengthen our broder guard with two divisions.
However, any refugees that make their way to the border will be welcomed, and given space in refuge camps that will be erected within the next 48 hours."

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Two UFE Coast Guard Sea Control Ships and six cutters were ordered to be deployed with full helicopter compliments to Burmese waters to look for refugees. The UFE also setup aid camps along its border with Burma and in the Shan States. Private messages were sent between the UFE Brass and their Burmese counterparts who knew each other through the Red Dawn Military Council that there was only so much violence that the international community could take before demands for foreign intervention to begin.

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"The Union of the Southern Cross is willing to deploy humanitarian aid to Burma in the shape of food and medical assets. This aid would be deployed aboard the SCS [i]Provider[/i], that would have a limited armed contingent on board to assure fair distribution."

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Three freighters of Cochin Aid Program carrying several tonnes of food, essential medicines, clothes and other relief material are now nearing the coast of Burma. The 3rd Infantry Regiment based in Kohima has set up aid and relief camps along Burma borders to assist any refugees or citizens of Burma in need of aid.

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[center][font="Arial Black"][size="5"]Civilian Militias Forming[/size][/font][/center][center][font="Arial Black"][img]http://bp3.blogger.com/_Nvqzpq9ZfEg/R0JdOJwHkiI/AAAAAAAAAzo/e65z188RnlY/s400/militias.jpg[/img]
[/font][/center][center][font="Tahoma"][i]Burmese men taking arms to defend communities.[/i][/font][/center][center][center][font="Tahoma"][i]
[/i][/font][/center][/center][center][center][center][font="Tahoma"][u]March 31st, 2011[/u][/font][/center][/center][/center][center][left][center][font="Tahoma"][u]
[/u][/font][/center][/left][/center][left][left]For the past 2 days, we have been covering the chaos that consumed the streets of Burma after the former regime collapsed after protests demanding religious reform degenerated into outright civil revolt. In the span of these dark days we have seen the situation spiral out of control...one could easily argue it was complete and utter anarchy as we've seen disturbing images of shops being burned to a crisp along with reports of widespread looting within major cities and rural areas alike. Amid all of these reports there have been promising signs emerging as numerous nations have offered humanitarian aid to assist refugees seeking asylum from the madness as well as simply seeking basic provisions to survive until order is restored. On that note, our sources indicate various communities have begun organizing militias to defend the properties from looters, some of these groups have military elements in them from former soldiers who abandoned their posts. From our latest reports we can gather that at this point the chaos seems to be slowing down a bit as Burma seems to be dividing upon simple lines, those simply surviving, those seeking to defend property, and those seeking to take property. There is a hope that from these militia groups some sense of leadership and community emerges once more. As the national identity seems to have been weakened greatly from the turmoil on the ground of the once great Burmese nation. Only time will tell however if these groups prove effective enough to thwart the looters pillaging the land or if they will simply be another group of survivors overtaken and lost in the crisis. [/left][left]
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[/left][left](OOC - The perspective that I'll be rp'ing this from is simple, basically a "hero" will emerge to unite the country. As a military crack-down seemed a bit cliche to me for an entry. And to start with a blank slate the next few posts will be illustrating how various factions begin to rise and ultimately through our hero form a new country. I'll RP some refugees seeking asylum from the action as hinted above when you guys indicate your ready to accept them into camps. I'm partially drawing inspiration from Alas Babylon a story depicting the collapse of society after a nuclear war...hence they utter destruction and what not.)[/left][/left]

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[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]The streets of Mandalay were eerily quiet following the first outbreak of revolts on a humid night. Theippan Ashok Pa stood inside his apartment staring outside his window that faces the bay of Mandalay gazing down as the moon shone exceptionally bright illuminating the waters and land of the city. He was dressed in work clothes, a simple red tee shirt stained with sweat and worn out blue-jeans, he hadn't changed in days; many people knew Theippan as a austere man not owning many items of luxury, preferring only what he needed to live. He was a professor at a local university of equal characteristic, a simple hub of learning to young and old alike seeking to expand their horizons on various liberal-arts subjects. He had served as the longest tenured professor at Mandalay University, 14 years of admirable service serving as the head of the professors union for the last 4 years. That service ended 3 nights ago as the university was looted, ravished, and raped of what little equipment and materials it contained and left as nothing more then an empty hollow carcass of what was once a beacon of knowledge in a modest community. Theippan recalls narrowly escaping through a back-ally when looters, former students, and current ones alike broke down the main-doors and began pouring into the commons. These were people he respected, he knew even...but all the same in the absence of order they were nothing more then a pack of ravaging feral dogs feasting on carcass.


Theippan was shaken to his very foundation the night the rioting began, all his life's work had been erased all his aspirations extinguished, his routines destroyed in the blink of a second. He rushed home widely avoiding main-streets opting to take the back-alleys as he could hear and many instances see the chaos erupting all around him. When he arrived home to his apartment complex he approached his floor cautiously, tip-toeing up 4 flights of stairs and finally walking down towards his room. He noticed his door had been breached from the outside, and could hear footsteps and the sounds of a man rummaging through his belongings. Gazing down the hall-way he'd just walked, he noticed that there was a fire-axe that remained in it's container with the note saying "[i]break in case of emergency" [/i]he felt this was the closest to one as he'd ever been. Theippan broke the glass container screen, and retrieved the fire-axe he had managed to not draw the attention of the looters just yet, no doubt they were keenly focused on their quest for loot. Without fear, Theippan crept into his room and spotted the burglar pulling out drawers from his desk. He quickly raised the axe above his head and yelled "[i]put it down you son of a !@#$%*![/i]" swinging the axe downward just narrowly missing the intruder as the man dodged to the left in fear. Theippan raised the axe again quickly drawing back for another strike before the intruder abruptly announced "[i]Sai Theippan it's me, it's me![/i]" in their native tong. The intruder was a young boy from the bottom floor only 15, up until the crisis he had been nothing more then a street-sweeper and local hood but now had morphed into brigand with enough guts to rob the man...but still seemed to retain his cowardly traits, that had not changed in the riots.


Theippan told the boy "[i]get out of here now![/i]" the boy quickly emptied his pockets of trinkets of coin and a digital watch, that did not belong to Theippan previously, but now did. Theippan quickly and without hesitation checked underneath his bed to retrieve his old firearm, a [b]Walther P99 [/b]he had purchased from a local imports show for 2400 kyat 4 years ago. He had a full clip loaded and had 2 spare clips left, he was no gun enthusiast but he valued self-protection. Thus, with his weapon in hand he began to walk along the hall's of his floor checking upon neighbors assisting those who were hurt, and soon enough many of those he checked upon joined him. After about 4 hours he'd searched the entire building and for all intents and purposes mobilized it and became the man in charge, not by choice but by necessity. He and his neighbors quickly barred off the lower-floors with whatever was available to them, they had an abundance of materials as the 4 story apartment held 60 people all in all, and thus had many rooms to erect barricades from. Shortly after, that they began to muster and account for all food and water, people began to fill jugs of water from the tap in fear that fresh water would soon be out of the tap as water-plants began to shut down, all perishable and non-perishable items were soon tallied and Theippan concurred they had enough provisions to last about 2 weeks if they rationed it properly. He quickly dispatched 6 men to stand upon the roof and keep watch upon the streets surrounding his complex, his kingdom surrounded by fire. They were armed with basic rifles and shotguns, none exceptionally trained but all well enough to alert the community and defend it from unorganized looters.[/font]

[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Now, as Theippan continued to gaze out into the bay he realized the herculean effort it would take to rebuild his nation, his university, his city. It was a shock that his casual life of 14 years, being played out routinely for a decade seemed nearly a life-time ago even longer. Theippan stood starring out and realize that he [u]had[/u] changed into another man, that this crisis had hardened him into a wholly different person then the professor he once was...he realized his humble life or simple pleasures would never be so simple again.[/font]

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[center][font="Arial Black"][size="5"]Mandalay Secured?[/size][/font][/center][center][img]http://photojourn.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/thai-riot-police.jpg[/img]
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[center][i][font="Tahoma"]"Theippan Army" Units Patrolling Mandalay" [/font][/i][/center]
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[/center][center][font="Tahoma"][i]Looters Apprehended by Theippan Militia[/i][/font][/center]
[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Militiamen in the streets of Mandalay have been spotted sweeping through the city dressed in full police attire, members of the self-proclaimed "Theippan Army" have managed to gain equipment from the cities main police armory. Rather then using the weapons and equipment for harmful purposes these men have been rounding up looters and other belligerents remaining within Mandalay. We asked a local about her thoughts on this militia, and she stated "Theippan's militia save me from burning building. God bless them!" Clearly, this force seems to be one of good-will and we can only hope they prove able enough to secure the city of these continued riots. As these same forces have reportedly been organizing depots of basic food supplies scrounged up from various locations in a communal potluck manner almost. Even more astonishing is the size of the force, in only 3 days it has swelled to encompass about a quarter of the city and boasts impressive numbers of people. Not all are equipped in attire such as shown above, in fact the majority of them are geared in simple attire but that has not reduced their effectiveness in apprehending belligerents thus far. However they seem to be operating and controlled by a central figure we haven't had any real contact with him, but we know one thing his title of "Theippan" meaning scientist. So we can only assume he must have some sort of academic background or be of considerable intellect to gain that title. We do hope to hear from him first-hand soon and will be sending a journalist to attempt to make contact with the first inclinations of order in Burma after the last few days of rioting and looting.[/font]

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[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Meanwhile, news for the rest of the country mirrors Mandalay except in most instances resistance to looters remains minimal as most militias remain too poorly equipped and disorganized to turn the tide against masses of mobs plaguing the cities and countryside. A crowd of what is estimated to be about 5,000 refugees has formed on the borders of the Shan States seeking asylum and aid from the fighting within the shattered nation. Numbers have slowly risen over the last two nights from local areas and roads leading towards them have been chocked off by a clog of traffic leading to easy-pickings for particularly brave brigands. Most near the border areas of the Shan States, & Sri Lanka have been moving via foot towards these refugee camps. Although the majority of the populace remains within their communities either too poor to travel, or too stubborn to leave.[/font]

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[font="Arial Black"][size="5"][center]A Call For Peace[/center][/size][/font][center][img]http://bp2.blogger.com/_kWKqQEHEdf0/SHSH3VoXWkI/AAAAAAAAJCM/BC9DMfjdJhY/s400/!r4.jpg[/img]
[/center][center][font="Tahoma"][i][size="2"]Theippan [/size]Ashok Pa Leader Of "Theippan's Army"[/i][/font][/center]

[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Last night our correspondents made contact with the leader of the civilian movement securing Mandalay. Our crews quickly set up a media center in an undisclosed location in Mandalay in which Theippan would address the nation as a whole through any open-radio and television frequencies within the nation of Burma. Of course we couldn't divert enough resources to broadcast this world-wide, thus we have the transcript of Theippan's address. [/font]

[font="Lucida Console"]"Over the last month we have seen a rise of hostilities shake our nation down to it's core it has been invaded, not by some foreign nation but by your neighbors and co-workers of many years...A travesty far greater then occupation by a hostile power, for this is the enemy of all men. Chaos.In the absence of strong leadership we bore witness to chaos consume our nation, our cities and towns, and allow those with a weak moral fiber run amok and afflict this nation like a plague of sores. Many of our cities and towns were damaged beyond belief by looters and rioters alike, far greater then the monetary losses were the human losses, as countless lives and memories were tossed aside by vagrants of brigands seeking to plunder our great nation.I stand before you all today to say, this will stand no longer. I sat in horror as our nation first collapsed, but here I stand now ready to buttress our nation into a land truly worthy of our people, and I ask you to stand with me in this task."[/font]

[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"] We do not know the effect this address has had in calming the nation down, nor if it will expand Theippans effort to stabilize the nation. Over the next few days we will continue coverage on the Burmese Crisis.[/font]

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[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Theippan Ashok Pa having aired his address to the nation of Burma soon returned to his command and control center based in the center of Mandalay. The city itself had been relatively secure at this point, only small pockets of resistance remained were rioters had entrenched themselves in the hopes of resisting the militia forces, most of those pockets however were no match to the militiamen who's numbers had swelled over the last few days. His command center itself had been a ad-hoc set up of various volunteers and equipment but given the nature of an entire city at his disposal the set-up was sufficient enough to muster up effective support and control of the city and his militia within it. Theippan had outfitted his most loyal units with the best eqipment found, mainly abandoned police equipment but the occasional military outfit or two. He'd even gone as far to secure 4 tanks from a repair-depo, albeit none were armed properly but the intimidation factor and mobile-cover proved to be invaluable in cracking particularly staunch resistance pockets. Theippan sat in his soft luxury chair courtesy of the Mandalay Bay Hotel lobby and pondered how he would expand his operation...he knew that securing Mandalay was not the end of his journey, in fact securing Mandalay was only a foot-hold in the security of his nation. He knew very well that the nation would need to be united under his rule otherwise it would run the risk of being exploited by foreign nations, and he knew unless Burma was united beneath a strong banner it would only crumble once more. As Burma was surrounded by great powers, The United Federation Of The East, Sri Lanka, The Kingdom Of Cochin all sharing immediate borders to Burma...all having particular influence and allure in there own right. A weak Burmese regime would only be a pawn for these Empires to play with if they choose too. Burma had a history of being under military thumb, each time a general taking control, and each time military rule faltering...Generals knew how to fight wars, but knew little of building a nation or supporting the people. Hence, he came to the conclusion that if Burma was to be strong, it would not be under the rule of a transitional military junta, as they usually proved neither transitional nor effective. Nor would a democracy be viable yet, Burma was politically weak and under-developed by years of military rule that it would likely fall under sway of foreign power or expectations. Theippan came to the conclusion that in order to strengthen the country against foreign influences, while also remain strong and stable that the country would be better suited with him at the helm. Although, Theippan also realized that he would need to be careful in his management of the country, he couldn't abuse his power recklessly otherwise he'd find his power removed by a populace prone to revolt...whether it's been discontent over religion, liberty, economics, or social reform, they had all been prone to spawning armed insurrections over the last 20 years.[/font]

[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]As Theippan sat in that chair thinking, an aide knocked on the door to his office breaking his thoughts which had been almost meditative like in his focus. Your dinner for the night sir, and wine. Theippan smiled and said "thank you, I've been so focused on my duties, I nearly forgot to eat." Theippan then poured himself a drank and enjoyed his dinner for the night, continued to gather his thoughts into a plan of action.[/font]

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[font="'Lucida Sans Unicode"]A month had passed between the Burma's collapse and the rise of Theippan, initially comprising only Mandalay and it's immediate surroundings, Theippan's influence had only expanded. In the last month, he's seen the entire country pacified and secured through a combination of military force comprised of his vast volunteer militia forces and diplomacy conducted with groups of rebels refusing to accept his rule. The country as a whole accepted his rule as he'd been the one to fill the void left by the military junta's collapse, although Theippan was a scholar most of his life he had a natural political acumen that served him well in these early stages. Beyond that, he had the will and drive to see his nation restored to newer and grander heights then ever reached before...and thus Theippan having finally secured the country of internal dissidents he could finally begin the steps to forge an official national identity and a new beginning for Burma as a whole. Cities began to slowly regain their daily functions, as citizens began clearing the streets of debris returning their communities to the normalcy they once held...it was a slow process and much work was still left to be done, but the important fact was work was finally being done...a far-cry given the utter chaos Burma had witnessed.[/font]
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[font="'Lucida Sans Unicode"]The nation as a whole was on it's way towards a slow recovery, but there was many questions running through the minds of citizens concerning the "solidity of Theippan" in power...This final step towards that end would be Theippan's greatest task yet.[/font]

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