Voodoo Nova Posted October 10, 2011 Report Share Posted October 10, 2011 OOC: Starting from where [url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=105498"]this[/url] left off. The explosion rocked Belfast Hall. Guards ran in to see Aiken on the ground and chunks of black objects near him. One ran over to check his pulse. His supervisor called an ambulance and the Federal Police. The ambulance would be there in 5 minutes. "He still has a pulse sir," said one of the guards. His supervisor called the Federal Police, and an agent was dispatched to the scene. The ambulance arrived and paramedics came in with a stretcher. Paramedics laid the stretcher down next to Aiken. They lifted him on to the stretcher when he made a noise. "I think he is trying to say something," said one of the paramedics. "Th-th-the British Envoy," The agent arrived after hearing the explosion. He came in as the Secretary spoke his words. He took out a notebook and wrote down what he saw and what the Secretary said. The paramedics asked where the Envoy was. The agent then pointed over to several charred pieces of flesh around the room. "That is what remains of the Envoy." One of the paramedics brought a body bag from outside the room and carefully placed the pieces inside. Price, upon hearing the explosion, was rushed to the helicopter outside Belfast Hall by several Federal Police agents. Price asked what was going on, and they explained the situation to the best of their ability to him. Price was in a state of near-shock. He ordered the military to shutdown the airspace and roads in and around Belfast. He also ordered the entire military to be in a war state of readiness. He ordered the Legislature to meet in a joint, emergency session immediately. He was going to talk to the entire nation. The helicopter landed on the lawn of the Parliament Buildings in Belfast. The agents and Price got out and ran to the building. When Price entered, he saw a majority of the legislators headed the call and came to the emergency session. When the legislators noticed Price walking in, they stood up. He walked to the podium and motioned them to sit down. News networks across the nation were tuned in to the broadcast. "Today we have been attacked. Our trust, betrayed. Our hallowed halls have been soiled with blood. Our own people, harmed. Today, the British sent an Envoy to Ireland. This Envoy managed to sneak an explosive device past customs, which detonated during a meeting with Secretary Aiken. Secretary Aiken is in the hospital, suffering burns to his hands, legs and torso. The Envoy was killed in the explosion. Martin O'Malley, an assistant to Secretary Aiken, also passed on from the explosion. We do not know the reasons behind this attack. We do not know how the Envoy entered Belfast Hall with an explosive device. What we do know is justice should be served. The people of Ireland deserve no less. An attack on our land should be met with the swiftest response. Those responsible must be put on trial. Our nation, the proud nation of Ireland, should not allow others to believe they can get away with attacking our nation. Tonight, I ask you to stand by your brothers. I ask you to defend Ireland. I ask you to authorize the invasion of Scotland and Wales. I ask that you allow us to go after the former government of Great Britain and allow them to be brought to justice. Dia Bless Éirinn." Price received a standing ovation. The vote to authorize the invasion passed unanimously. **Classified** The Irish military was preparing for an invasion. Price's orders were for 200,000 troops to invade Scotland and Wales to search for the former government of Great Britain, arriving within the next few hours. Rules of engagement were a strict fire only when fired on. Four squadrons of planes were scrambled and sent to both Scotland and Wales for air support, being sure to notify foreign bases in the region of their position. Naval support would be along the coasts, providing intelligence, supplies and other needs to the invading forces. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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