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[b][OOC: So yeah, ElComandante had [url=http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=103022]no matching nation[/url], therefore...][/b]

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With the loss of communication with any semblance of government in Cuba, and the uptick in tension across North America following the debacles in the former nations of the Commonwealth of Canada and Cascadia, the Cajun Government would be the first regional neighbor to act. Within seventy-two hours of the loss of communication, the Cajun Armed Forces were in action, with the 16th Airborne Infantry Brigade loaded aboard air transports which began approaching Cuba from Northwest of the island. Although considered a humanitarian and stabilization force, the brigade was given full combat loads of ammunition and were prepared for a fight. The first regiment of the brigade was detailed with an actual airborne drop, which would scatter the four battalions near the airports at Jose Marti International at Havana, the Trinidad Airport, Abel Santamaria Airport at Santa Clara, and Mariana Grajales Airport at Guantanamo.

These would be proceeded by airlanding of transports at all four locations, of the rest of the Brigade's two regiments, which would arrive shortly thereafter. Included in the air assault would be the First Regiment of the 179th Airborne Brigade, as well as a company of troops of the Federation's elite Group 62. Two Military Police Regiments, the 409th and 411th, from the Cajun National Guard, would be detailed for constabulary duty, and would arrive within hours of combat forces landing. Units from the 2nd Marine Brigade were also dispatched, using ships of the naval reserve, including roll-on/roll-off ships, which would be escorted by attack helicopters across the Gulf of Mexico to Havana. The large air convoy would be escorted by squadrons of the 2nd Fighter Group, flying stealth air dominance fighters and supported by elements of the CFAF's auxiliary command, which provided air-to-air refueling, AWACS and JSTARS assets, as well as helicopters which would be flown in after ground forces had secure the airports. Elements of the 5th and 6th Fighter Wings, flying both stealth and non-stealth tactical strike would fly combat support missions if needed against any targets of resistance, including air defenses if they proved to be active.

As the first troops began exiting their aircraft over the designated drop zones, an official announcement by the Cajun Federation's Foreign Ministry would be issued...


[center][b][size="6"]Cajun Federation Official Announcement[/size][/b]

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"It has come to the attention of the government of the Cajun Federation that the government of the island of Cuba has dissolved into disarray and that there is no semblance of government. The Cajun Federation therefore will be deploying military forces as a stabilization force to Cuba, and hereby declare the former lands of Cuba as the fourth state of the Cajun people. We undertake this task as a burden, and we pledge to ensure the safety and stability of the Cuban people for as long as we stand guard for them. We undertake this task with energy and optimism, and look forward to stabilizing and helping the Cuban people prosper and enjoy a close relationship with a rising nation on the North American continent.

Upon stabilization of the situation on the ground in Cuba, we will, of course, allow for a national plebiscite to ensure that our nation is accepted by the Cuban people as their national government, and we look forward to this democratic process occurring.

We are sure, given our successful governance of multiple cultures and our penchant for them melding together shall provide a strong glue to bond the former Cuban nation with our own. Long live New Acadia and its newest brothers and sisters of the nation of Cuba!"

[i]HRH The Prince of Acadia
Henri Broussard[/i]

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"Cuba reverts back to Holy American Empire'a control - any move by the Cajun Federation to invade Cuba will be seen as an act towards destabilizing the Americas. The Republic of Texas urges their neighbor to cease invading sovereign territory of their own ATO ally. If requested by the H.A.E., The Republic of Texas due to its personal ties with many former Cubans, will provide support for the island's residents."

[s](OOC: Shadow, your PM box is full so I couldn't send it to you, but I'd like to request Cuba return to me once more)[/s]

Good luck Timmy, I support your bid.

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[quote name='Sarah Tintagyl' timestamp='1309804074' post='2748428']
"Austria must ask, what personal ties has Texas ever held over Cuba? As you have only returned as a sovereign state recently."
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Private Response to Austria,

The Republic of Texas houses many former citizens of the fallen nation of Louisiana which once invested over a trillion Louis in upgrading Cuban infrastructure and social services when the land was acquired from the despots of the Tahoean regime. In particular, the current Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of Texas were were the former leaders of Louisiana which personally sent teams of military translators to re-teach the island's native Spanish tongue after so many years of forced English and Irish language teachings. If you have any further questions I would be happy to answer them.

Charles Fountaine,
Executive Ambassador,
Republic of Texas

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If the nations of the American Continents are unable to trust each other and come to an agreeable arrangement, then we would gladly offer to set it up as an autonomous administration zone (protectorate) in order to safeguard the island until another permanent government with the support of the people is formed.


(OOC: Your infighting is amusing for what was a supposedly unified continent merely days ago. Obviously I don't expect this offer to be taken seriously)

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[i]Herr Fountaine,

Then by that logic wouldn't the Cajun Federation have equal grounds to make such a move in stabilizing Cuba as you have? Considering that the Federation could very well be considered the successor state to the former nation of Louisiana? I have no doubts that Chancellor Croix has some personal attachment to the region, but I still question that Texas as a sovereign state has no real personal history with the Cubans and if the citizenry does, then that history is no doubt shared with the Cajun Federation. I would urge both parties use diplomacy in this case and not let a shared personal history get in the way of the stabilization of a collapsed regime.

Anke Vogel,
Austrian Envoy to the Americas[/i]
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[b]Public Statement[/b]

"Destabilizing the Americas? How? The Cajun Federation has been a stable government since its conception, there is nothing that suggests that we would destabilize the Americas if we were to induct Cuba as our fourth state. There is no invasion of sovereign territory, by our calculation here, but a stabilization effort to bring effective governance to a state who has seen its government collapse. We undertake this initiative as it is the right thing to do, there has been no response by the Holy American Empire, and we are undertaking the burden ourselves to stabilizing Cuba.

If you are so concerned about American Stability, you should have stayed in the ATO and given it a chance, instead of trying to become a unilateral actor, because you were disenchanted by its rocky start, you apparently have also begun to have a penchant for speaking for other nations. We are sure that the Cuban people have just as many personal ties to the Gulf States of Louisiana, as they do to Texas, the entire region is culturally interrelated. We can assure the Republic of Texas that support for the Cuban people and their welfare will be seen to, we are dispatching military and civilian assets to Cuba as part of that effort to ensure that peace is restored and the citizens of Cuba are looked after.

We will await word from the Holy American Empire about this matter, until then, our plans will go forward as constructed. I am sure that the HAE, if it wants to contest the claim, can peaceably speak for itself. We will gladly await word from them, and will happily conduct negotiations with them to see this matter through to a productive and peaceful end. We thank you for your concern, and we look forward to a statement by the Holy American Empire, and bid the Republic of Texas a lovely day."

[i]HRH The Prince of Acadia
Henri Broussard[/i]

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The Empire urges both parties to wait for the Holy American Empire to state their wishes before making any further moves or threats. We are relatively positive that the Holy American Empire has a policy very similar to that of our own Harland Haiku, wherein the land would automatically revert back to their control. Regardless of whatever the Holy American Empire chooses to do, we would strongly urge the Cajun Federation to turn their military forces around immediately. Rash action now can only lead to disorder and bloodshed, rather than order and peace.

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Privately, Thomas couldn't help but wonder if the ATO had been too grand an undertaking at this point in time. The Americas had seemed much more unified without it, to be honest, and members leaving so soon and rumors of other members leaving certainly didn't help the bloc's image. Thomas was determined not to allow the Empire's reputation be dragged down with the bloc's, but wasn't convinced the time to withdraw was right just yet.

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[quote]Herr Fountaine,

Then by that logic wouldn't the Cajun Federation have equal grounds to make such a move in stabilizing Cuba as you have? Considering that the Federation could very well be considered the successor state to the former nation of Louisiana? I have no doubts that Chancellor Croix has some personal attachment to the region, but I still question that Texas as a sovereign state has no real personal history with the Cubans and if the citizenry does, then that history is no doubt shared with the Cajun Federation. I would urge both parties use diplomacy in this case and not let a shared personal history get in the way of the stabilization of a collapsed regime.

Anke Vogel,
Austrian Envoy to the Americas
[/quote]


[quote]Dear Ms. Vogel,

You seem to be confused; Republic of Texas is not contesting the Cajun Federation's ties to the Cuban people merely how the nation went about their stabilization efforts. If you will be kind enough to go to your records department you will not doubt have access to a copy of the Holy American Empire's various treaties and declarations. In these records you will find something akin to what the Empire of Pravus Ingruo calls the Harland Haiku. In this document, the Holy American Empire has complete and utter sovereignty over any of their former land holdings should they fall into disarray. No doubt, you will also remember that your ally, the Cajun Federation, is also allied via the American Treaty Organization to the Holy American Empire. In their stabilization efforts, the Cajun Federation has in all modern senses, declared war on the Holy American Empire,their ally, by not contacting the Holy American Empire and instead invading the nation's terrirtory.

It seems you are further confused in the Republic's actions towards the Cajun Federation. We have not now, nor in the past, issued a threat to the Cajun Federation in regards to this Cuban crisis. We have, however, issued a warning to the Cajuns not to destabilize the continent further in these times of heightened tensions. Furthermore, your satellites will have seen no movement by Texan forces to do anything other than their usual day-to-day duties. The Republic of Texas has offered to provide assistance to the Cuban peoples, but only if the Holy American Empire agrees - something your ally has failed to do.

Hopefully this clears things up.

Regards,

Charles Fountaine,
Executive Ambassador
Republic of Texas[/quote]




[quote name='TheShammySocialist' timestamp='1309806933' post='2748455']
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Mr. Broussard,

Your nation has violated the sovereignty of the Holy American Empire by invading a piece of territory that rightfully reverts to their protection when it fell into anarchy. By any modern sense, this is deemed as a destabilization effort hence the Republic's warning. Texas's reasons for leaving the American Treaty Organization are our own - and will not be shared with you. We once again request you leave the Cuban people to the Holy American Empire to protect.

Regards,

Charles Fountaine,
Executive Ambassador
Republic of Texas

[quote name='Pravus Ingruo' timestamp='1309807013' post='2748456']
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[/quote]

It seems that there is a lot of confusion afoot amongst the world's nations. The Republic of Texas has not now, nor in the past, made any sort of threat to the Cajun Federation in regards to Cuba. We have, however, issued a warning not to further destabilize the continent. We have also pointed out that their moves to stabilize Cuba is, in our opinion, nothing more than an invasion of their own A.T.O. ally. We echo your own statement however of, "Rash action now can only lead to disorder and bloodshed, rather than order and peace." and once more request that the Cajun Federation ceases their invasion of the Holy American Empire.

Regards,

Charles Fountaine,
Executive Ambassador
Republic of Texas

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Meanwhile, on the Island of Cuba...

A meeting between opposition politicians had taken place after the governments devolution into anarchy. It was decided they would appeal the the nation currently bickering about their future in an attempt to hold their independence.

"We, the people of Cuba, would very much like to regain our independence. We feel it would be fitting for us to remain independent, especially on this historic Day of Independence for the continent of North America.

Where British tyranny once ruled supreme, now many nations lye in America. Please give us the same opportunity to remain independent of foreign rulership.

With your help we can hopefully bring a new stable government to power in Cuba. It will take time but we can achieve it and make Cuba the prosperous nation it should be."

Juan Carlos, leader of the opposition

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Herr Fountaine,

I must admit, I was not expecting such a lengthy return correspondence from you, given that I had not really accused Texas of threats or anything of the sort, only a conflicting view point of what should happen about Cuba. A guilty conscious perhaps? No, not at all, I jest. Nevertheless, I do agree with you in the fact that it is an ATO manner that should be dealt without military speak or as you said before, threats. I am well aware of the Imperial Protection of much of the Holy American territory, however I must voice my opinion in saying that the Empire is not any pinnacle of stability. A civil war and mere global silence from the Empire, at least compared to other nations I might believe that there are other nations more able to care for this territory. Whether that would be Texas or the Cajun Federation, well that is a more domestic matter to discuss with closer neighbors. I would just be brief in saying that there are many things that I disagree within the Holy American Regime.

Once again, I never once said that you have threatened your neighbor in any way, shape, or form. I simply asked for a longer explanation of why Texas feels they have a claim to history over the island of Cuba. Urging diplomacy is my profession as a diplomat, whether you would be threatening or just making idle conversation.

I do thank you for explaining, in very clear language, the extent of Texan concerns in the Caribbean. Her Majesty's Government will be pay close attention to these developments. One must be concerned about a continent they call home, whether it is Holy America, Texas, the Cajun Federation, or Austria.

Sincerely,

Anke Vogel
Austrian Special Envoy to the Americas[/i]
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Meanwhile, on the Island of Cuba...

A meeting between opposition politicians had taken place after the governments devolution into anarchy. It was decided they would appeal the the nation currently bickering about their future in an attempt to hold their independence.

"We, the people of Cuba, would very much like to regain our independence. We feel it would be fitting for us to remain independent, especially on this historic Day of Independence for the continent of North America.

Where British tyranny once ruled supreme, now many nations lye in America. Please give us the same opportunity to remain independent of foreign rulership.

With your help we can hopefully bring a new stable government to power in Cuba. It will take time but we can achieve it and make Cuba the prosperous nation it should be."

Juan Carlos, leader of the opposition
[/quote]

"May Allah protect you on your quest for self-governance."

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[quote name='Yawoo' timestamp='1309816074' post='2748702']Mr. Broussard,

Your nation has violated the sovereignty of the Holy American Empire by invading a piece of territory that rightfully reverts to their protection when it fell into anarchy. By any modern sense, this is deemed as a destabilization effort hence the Republic's warning. Texas's reasons for leaving the American Treaty Organization are our own - and will not be shared with you. We once again request you leave the Cuban people to the Holy American Empire to protect.

Regards,

Charles Fountaine,
Executive Ambassador
Republic of Texas[/quote]

"By our own accord, we do not feel the same way about this matter, there are many ways of perception and how to view who has legitimacy when it comes down to territorial rights. We feel that with the recent civil war in the Holy American Empire, they may not be the most stabilizing force in the Americas at this moment to be taking control of Cuba. Time was given for the Holy American Empire to react between the time that contact was lost and we began this operation, for the Holy American Empire to take the lead in regaining control of Cuba.

And yes, we recognize Texas' reasons for leaving the American Treaty Organization are there own, but one cannot help question why they left so soon after the ATO backed down over the Cascadia Incident. Coincidence? Maybe, maybe not, it is all left up to speculation, but this is beside the point.

The point here is that we feel that we are a stable force in the Americas that can provide a stable government for the Cuban people, there is no harm in that. If the Empire of Pravus Ingruo is correct in assuming that the Holy American Empire has a foreign policy doctrine that is similar to the so-called 'Harland Haiku', we will gladly negotiate with them over the fate of Cuba. However, we also feel that with the recent civil war that the Holy American Empire has been enduring, that such a doctrine must be able to be enforced by the country which wrote it. The country that wrote it is already in a civil war, how is that in any way stable? Putting an already unstable country in charge of a now political unstable and failed state is like the blind leading the blind, in our own opinion. [b]TWO[/b] delegations, both from separate factions in the ongoing civil crisis in the Holy American Empire were present at the negotiation of the American Treaty Organization. Such a show of disjointed leadership is far from what I would deem [i]stable[/i], Mr. Fountaine.

That being said, we feel that every moment we haggle here, is one more moment the Cuban people are without an effective government and without protection from anarchy. Our plans will go forward for now, and we are amenable to diplomatic negotiation with the Holy American Empire over the eventual fate of Cuba. You call it an invasion, we call it stabilization, differing perceptions is what this boils down to.

And we would also like to reiterate to the Empire of Pravus Ingruo that no threats have been issued or made here, oh yes, there have been moves, but ones made for what is [i]right[/i]."

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Over the drop zones, C-17 and C-130 transport aircraft roared through the early night as the pilots adjusted their speeds and altitudes, the red 'prepare for jump' light had been on for the past five minutes, and the paratroopers of the first regiment, 16th Airborne Infantry Brigade had hooked up to the static line running the lengths of the cargo bays. The four drop zones, 'Bella' - Havana, 'Rosa' - Trinidad, 'Benita' - Santa Clara, and 'Elina' - Guantanamo had been reached without incident, and green lights began coming on throughout the large air convoy that rumbled over Cuba. Jet fighters zipped past high above in the night sky as the paratroops began their quick disgorgement from the aircraft. The aircraft kept steady altitudes as they flew in formation, holding a steady speed as they flew over the drop zones to disgorge their human cargo.

Upon landing on the ground, the paratroopers would quickly begin to form into their respective units and begin their objectives of securing airports so that follow up troops and equipment could be brought in without delay. They wore large armbands that carried the emblem of the flag of the Cajun Federation, and efforts had been made to ensure that the landing occurred away from population centers to cause no alarm. Jet fighters would also fly at higher altitudes, to ensure that lower altitude flybys also did no harm. As soon as troops were confirmed to have landed, jet fighters began circling at high altitudes in long, lazy circles, a halo of support that could be called upon if needed.

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Putting an already unstable country in charge of a now political unstable and failed state is like the blind leading the blind, in our own opinion. [b][b]TWO[/b] delegations, both from separate factions in the ongoing civil crisis in the Holy American Empire were present at the negotiation of the American Treaty Organization[/b]. Such a show of disjointed leadership is far from what I would deem [i]stable[/i], Mr. Fountaine.[/quote]

OOC: Reading these bolded parts, I couldn't help but get this feeling that you may be metagaming. Firstly, there was two 'delegations' from 'separate factions' because both sides within the HAE didn't want foreign intervention, and wanted to present an 'unified front', that the HAE was functioning as a whole and not as splintered as it was. Unless your delegation can magically read minds or somehow were in the HAE without anyone knowing it, there is no way your government would know exactly what is happening in the HAE, that the HAE delegation to the meeting in D.C. was actually two separate 'delegations' from 'separate factions'.

IC:

The HAE, indeed, does have a foreign policy doctrine similiar to the Empire of Pravus Ingruo's Harland Haiku. Two, actually: the [url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=78279"]Pax Americana doctrine[/url] and the [url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=78279&view=findpost&p=2107898"]Domination Corollary[/url].

The Domination Corollary, in particularly, explicitly states that "all nations given their land to exist by the Empire are bound to the Empire", and that "should that nation fall it will be reincorporated into Holy American Empire territory." That very same doctrine states that any attempts to "annex portions of the Empire is an act of war."

This is reinforced by the Pax Americana, which labels "all continental territory south of Imperial Mexico" as a protected Imperial protectorate, and that if "any nation on said territory dissolve due to any circumstance, the territory as a whole is automatically absorbed as a state into the Empire."

So, from the very moment the Cuban state -- which was a part of the HAE prior to receiving independence -- dissolved, it instantly reverted back to the HAE, and the Cajun Federation effectively declared war on the HAE, its own ally, by attempting to annex what was now effectively a part of the HAE "as the fourth state of the Cajun people." That is from our interpretation of the aforementioned policies, of course. With that said, we will see how this turns out.

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"Both nations seem to have misunderstood our statement. The portion about waiting for the Holy American Empire to respond before making anymore moves or threats was not an admonishment of past action, but rather trying to head off future heated conflict."

"However, our sensors show continued Cajun Federation military maneuvers over Cuba. We once again must strongly insist that ALL maneuvers cease pending comment by the Holy American Empire. What the Cajun Federation is doing right now IS tantamount to an act of war against the Holy American Empire. Further action will not be looked upon favorably."
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(OOC: You guys have to do this on the 4th of July of all days!)
"We will monitor this situation with interest given the potential for hostilities within the region so close to home. We hope to see this situation resolved in a satisfactory manner for all parties."

-King of New Spain
Enrique Bourbon I


**Private**

King Enrique was somewhat surprised by the apparent infighting within the A.T.O.It would seem the unity of the Americas was quickly beginning to crumble amid the increasing pressure of expansionist motives by powers in the Americas and other incidents like the foiled nuclear strikes originating from Ohio. Quickly the situation in the Americas was becoming a powder keg with incidents flaring up quickly in the last few months. Enrique pondered if this situation would be the tinderbox igniting the continent into conflict. In response to these clear examples of potential hostilities the Kingdom of New Spain would increase it's border-garrisons by 200,000 men on the Northern & Southern Mexican borders while keeping the rest of it's military on a heightened sense of alert.

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"We thank Ursalia for finding these doctrines for us, and [i]dusting[/i] them off for us, we were privy to the knowledge that some semblance of these doctrines existed. However, we will note at this moment, that we feel that doctrines are an [i]obsolete[/i] method of declaring a sphere of influence. I feel that our nation has a vested interest in the fate of Cuba, and therefore [b]refuse[/b] to recognize the validity of these doctrines. We mean no ill-will to the Holy American Empire, but feel that the fate of Cuba now is much more important to our national interest, and therefore will continue on our current course of action.

Doctrines may seem legitimate to the nations that write them, but their validity with other nations is a much more debatable affair. In this case, we refuse to accept the fact that our nation declared war on the Holy American Empire. We will gladly negotiate with them over the fate of Cuba at a venue of their choice, and look forward to such talks with our honorable neighbors to the south."

[b][OOC: Off to work until Friday, by the way, so if there is no response, I'm just playing out in the woods :).][/b]

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"Not recognizing the validity of these doctrines is foolhardy and short sighted. The Holy American Empire's doctrines, much like our own, have maintained peace and order on this continent for multiple generations. A refusal to acknoledge these doctrines merely shows the Cajun Federation is only interested in their own gains, and not the health and prosperity of the continent as a whole. A motion has been put forward to expel the Cajun Federation from the American Treaty Organization, and the Empire will not defend the Federation in any war as it is our opinion that the Federation has made the first aggressive move in this conflict by invading sovereign Holy American Empire territory."

"All overland, sea, and air routes from the Federation to Cuba have been closed. The Imperial Navy is currently preparing to move into position to prevent further Federation forces from reaching Cuba. Once again, we insist the Cajun Federation cease this needless aggression on an established power's sovereign territory and prevent the conflict that is inevitably coming should the Federation continue down this road."

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The Cajun Federation is strongly recommended to withdraw from Cuba within the next 48 hours. We are willing to interpret this as a simple misunderstanding and negotiate over the custody of the island, but not on any terms but our own. Regardless of your opinion on the Pax Americana doctrine (and your insults to not only it but similar positions across the world), it is our prerogative and one we take quite seriously. Should the Cajun Federation not withdraw, we will consider it an act of war and respond as fitting.
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300,000 soldiers from the Imperial Mainland were readied to board ships, supported by an additional 50,000 airborne soldiers. Battlefleet Home left harbor to move into a position to interdict supply lines from the mainland, and elements of Battlefleet Azores steamed southwest to assist. Outrider submarine detachments were deployed in a quarantine radius 50 kilometers off the coast of Cuba, from which they would carefully document every ship coming and going as well as provide stable platforms from which to launch onboard nuclear weapons to blunt any invasion.

An advance special-operations force of 10,000 were dispersed into the local populace. They were familiar with Imperial Doctrine and outraged even without the subtle prodding of the agents. They would provide a ready-made insurgency in the event of a war.

[b]**Private message to the UFE[/b]
We would like to activate our mutual defense treaty and request preparations for electronic warfare aimed at eliminating the Cajun Federation's capability to sustain a foreign force in Cuba.

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OOC: I can't leave you kids alone for two days. :P

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[b]Private Transmission to the Holy American Empire:[/b]

I do believe you suspended our MDP while we were in a conflict and never reactivated it. While we aren't opposed to reactivating it, this is a long conversation we need to have first.

-Vice Imperator Kou

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[b]Private Transmission to the Holy American Empire:[/b]

I do believe you suspended our MDP while we were in a conflict and never reactivated it. While we aren't opposed to reactivating it, this is a long conversation we need to have first.

-Vice Imperator Kou
[/quote]
[b]Response:[/b]
If memory serves, it was suspended for the duration of our internal crisis which, while not abated has ebbed significantly. We implore you to consider our current situation and agree to the meeting you request.

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***Private Message to the HAE***

Bases in Florida and throughout the Empire are available to you if needed in your quest to drive out the Cajuns. Though we have no formal treaty, we consider you brothers in that we are both vanguards on the Americas. If you need assistance, all you need do is ask.
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[b]Response:[/b]
If memory serves, it was suspended for the duration of our internal crisis which, while not abated has ebbed significantly. We implore you to consider our current situation and agree to the meeting you request.
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It was suspended during a time of external conflict for us, which makes the situation particularly difficult. Looking at the issue under fire, when our treaties that have been active pull us in multiple directions is something that makes us... in an uncomfortable position.

The UFE would propose that the Emperor of the HAE come to our base at Pearl Harbor for discussions. We would also offer to invite the Cajun leadership to relieve the overall geopolitical and military situation.

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[b]**Private message to Pravus Ingruo**[/b]
Your kindness will not be forgotten.

[b]**Classified**[/b]
With the countdown to war already half over, cyber-warfare experts and spies across the Empire reported in for work in their specialized compounds; consisting of terminals interconnected solely with each other and several dedicated supercomputers for the brute force necessary to overwhelm the Cajun networks. They would begin targeting communications nodes, power grids, and the other necessary infrastructures required to wage war. Specific attention would be paid to Caribbean ports, so as to starve the invasion.

The first soldiers aboard the armada of impressed merchant-marine and Battlefleet Terra transports would depart from the mainland at this point, deploying all along the southern coastline of Cuba. A reserve of 75,000 soldiers would be maintained nearby in Imperial Center. The troops coming into Cuba were instructed to support the local populace and refrain from contact with any Cajuns until the deadline was over. At that point, they were cleared to kill the invaders on sight.

Dozens of Imperial jets launched from the mainland; where they would fly patrols above the inferior Cajun craft. Their stealth was years ahead; their avionics in a class of their own. Squadrons of helicopters buzzed in intricate patrols between aircraft carriers and escorts to kill any enemy submarines in the area. UCAV craft loaded down with ground attack missiles were readied deep within the bowels of the fleet, to strike major positions as soon as the skies were clear.

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