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Since the state's admittance into the United States of America, the State of Jefferson has long been composed of northern California and southern Oregon. Today the California Republic has finally discovered, in old files, an old proposal to separate the State of California into 6 different ones: South California, Central California, West California, Silicon Valley, North California, and even farther north, Jefferson. Jefferson was already a state proposal in motion at the time of this proposal, however in the Six California proposal, Jefferson was only in California. The California Senate has agreed to attempt to get Southern Oregon. In light of this, a letter would be sent to it's current owner, Cascadia.

 

In the past 3 years of the California Republic's existence, we have always believed the California-Cascadia border to be what was defined as the Jefferson-Oregon border when Jefferson was admitted as a state only 2 years before the nations collapse. However, as we have always considered this, we never have truly had a military, or much of a political, presence there because Cascadia has been there much longer. We are prepared to have full occupation of Jefferson State now, and would like Cascadia to cease all operations. What land this will include will be in an attachment to this message. Please, while you decide, keep in mind that this is not much land(considering you are annexing British Colombia as well) and there is not much infrastructure there, making it mostly farmland. We do not have to go to war just to get what is rightfully property of Jefferson State, which is our northernmost state. Thank you.

 

California House of Representatives

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The Grand Army of the California Republic would begin to prepare for either a peaceful occupation, or a battle. In charge of forces would be Grand Admiral William Donney, seasoned military sniper, and former member of the California Separatist Movement that founded the Republic 3 years ago.

 

The California Senate would prepare for a response either peaceful or hostile. President Gerald Herald also got back from Halifax in time to sign off on the military movement into Jefferson, which was now completely confirmed and ready.

 

 

OOC: I have not finished setting up my military, so if you could not make any attacks of any sort while I am gone(which is until like 5 or 6 PM) I WOULD like to resolve this peacefully though, I mean it's not much land.

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Directly From: Emperor Alan Wymore.

To: The United States

 

Ever since Cascadia had become a sovereign nation we have had control over the State of Oregon. I have always held Oregon closer to my heart than any other State within my little empire, as it is where I am from and it is the place where Cascadia sprang from. You asking me to handover Southern Oregon and almost 1 and a half million souls, is the same as asking me for my right arm. It is impossible. Since you wish to hold Mister Thomas Jefferson to the origin of your claim I will hold him to one of my own. Before Oregon joined the Union, she was just a territory. Thomas Jefferson once idealized a nation west of the Rockies, and here we are today. We are one of the oldest nations currently standing. We saw the rise of the California Republic, and we will also see to the demise of it. If a single troop even somewhat as missteps into Oregon it will be war, and the demise of California will begin.

 

Emperor Alan Wymore-Emperor of Cascadia, Defender of Oregon, Savior of Washington, Knight of Idaho, Conqueror of Utah, Slayer of Wyoming, Guardian of Yukon, Watchdog of the Columbia, Protector of Alaska.

 

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With the Californians trying to severe the home state and the country the First Army would be sent to Southern Oregon. 1st and 2nd corp would be the quickest to the border since they were tasked with the defense of Springfield they were the closet and would take positions around Medford. Deploying multiple stationary SAMs in the mountains, and also on the tops of large skyscrapers in Medford. A multitude of radars would be brought in as to be able to Artillery would be strategically placed throughout Southern Oregon mainly targeting airfields and radar installations. Secondary targets would be any military encampments discovered by military satellites and/or UAVs. The rest of First Army would arrive would within the week and take up positions near the cities of Klamath Falls and Ashland, while the 10th Division would be tasked with the defense of Roseburg.

 

Air units would stay at their current air bases within Cascadia. Regular flights of two squadrons of fighter aircraft would patrol the border checking for any movements. AWACs would be brought on station with at the very least two patrolling consistently, looking for aircraft headed towards the northern border. Bomber Squadrons would not continually stay in the air but would have to be ready to the point they could lift off in 20 minutes. 

 

The CNS Klamath, CNS Ashland and the CNS Douglas would leave their home port of Brookings Harbor and sail southwards and drop anchor in international waters off the coast of Crescent City. The CNS Eva and CNS Portland would sail with their escorts and drop anchor 50 miles off the coast of San Francisco. Every ship would launch their SH-60 Seahawks and would begin to do anti-submarine and anti-mine warfare. The CNS Oregon and the rest of the Cascadian Navy would sail to the Los Angeles and park 50 miles off the coast. The Oregon would begin to launch recon patrols around the battlegroup to prevent against any surprise attacks. The CNS NightProwler would make its way to San Diego where it would cut all engines and bring almost all electronic systems to a halt except for life support, targeting, and a VHF transmitter, they would wait until they had received word if Californian troops crossed the border, if they did the NightProwler would launch every single of 154 tomahawk cruise missiles at skyscrapers in San Diego.

 

 

OOC: In respect that you have not set up your military yet, even though that is one of the first things you should do, I will not attack you. I am serious though, if you step into my home state I will be furious.

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OOC: Set your feelings aside, I am playing a game, not dropping a bomb on your house IRL. I have a military, just my numbers are not in official place yet. Should be up within 2 days, though, for now let's try to keep it diplomatic like civilized people.

 

A response:

 

 

You misunderstand, Emperor. We do not wish to show hostility towards Cascadia. We understand Cascadia and it's feelings towards this land, and rest assured as we are sure that the people of North Jefferson would appreciate to be reunited with it's brothers of the former state rather than remaining in this "nation" of Cascadia. This is not to say that Cascadia is not worthy of these lands, but that the State of Jefferson deserves to be reunited with it's former counterparts. We as a nation believe that this small area being brought into the "sovereign and grand" California Republic will not even have much of an impact on your nation in any way, whether politically or militarily, or any other. In a way, sir, you are doing the Jeffersonians a favor by allowing them to be with their family on the other side of this border. Rest assured, the California Republic will be willing to pay a decent and fair amount of money in exchange for the piece of land. No, we are not buying people: We are buying land, and if they truly want to remain in Cascadia, they should move north. Yes, you may hold Southern Oregon close to your heart, but my entire nation holds Northern Jefferson and it's people close to our hearts. In response to your comment about Mr. Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson was a great man who believed in the United States of America, as well as Democracy, not the Cascadian Empire led by a sovereign. I encourage you to not use hostility, but to act like the civilized person I am sure you are, and hopefully we may come to an arrangement.

 

The California Republic was formed 3 years ago with a couple goals in mind: Reform democracy and restore was of the United States of America. This does not mean destroy any nation that opposes democracy, smashing through anything in our path until we reach Washington D.C, then claim ourselves the United States of America. This means reform democracy and what it once was in the United States, as well as restore what the United States of America first built. We intend to continue our journey by claiming Thomas Jefferson's prized possession: The State of Jefferson.

 

 

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OOC: I am not going to set my feelings aside. My feelings are what built my nation, as you said in your RPA Awards I know you feel the same.

 

 

No, it seems you are the one who seems to misunderstand. You are easily showing hostility towards the Cascadian Empire by trying to lay a claim on one of our most prized states. I don't have any clue where you get the iteration that Southern Oregonians would like to leave the military, economic, and political safety of the Empire. You can claim all you want that we need to "just give you it" but that will never happen. We also would like you to explain what you mean by 'Former Counterparts'. Never in the history of the United States did the State of Jefferson exist. Neither did Thomas Jefferson wish for a State of Jefferson to exist. The first proposal for the State of Jefferson surfaced in the 1940s by a sad mayor of a town of only a few hundred. They then committed treason by declaring "patriotic rebellion against the States of California and Oregon". By bringing that up I will say this, Southern Oregon will need to be wrenched from my cold dead hands. The loss of Southern Oregon is a loss to all of Cascadia. Everyone in the Cascadian region considers themselves Cascadian. Even our brothers in the east. If California takes Southern Oregon then our capital is less than thirty kilometres, currently it is over 200 kilometres and it even seems like that is not enough.

 

Emperor Alan Wymore-Emperor of Cascadia, Defender of Oregon, Savior of Washington, Knight of Idaho, Conqueror of Utah, Slayer of Wyoming, Guardian of Yukon, Watchdog of the Columbia, Protector of Alaska.

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The crisis unfolding in over Oregon would receive surprising amount of attention in Belorussian media, mainly because the Belorussian government was looking for ways to divert the population's attention from the recent assassination suicide of one of the opposition candidates. The term "Yankee cripple fight" would become quite popular.

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"Full house, read 'em and weep boys!" Another airman looked over in astonishment, "Really?!" Jordan shook his head and sighed. "No I just thought that'd be a stereotypical thing to say, I don't have anything. What about y'all?" The other airmen checked their cards and laid them out. Staff Sergeant Irwin accepted his win with a Straight hand of cards. The others rolled their eyes as they lost more of their chips to the "Poker Chief" as they called him. Jordan preferred "Poker Thief" because Irwin was known to hustle knew recruits or other men on the base that hadn't played with him before. They were inside a large hanger at Briggs Army Airfield. It was nearly midnight when the loudspeaker creaked on. They all froze, "Now hear this! Pilots, man your planes! Pilots, man your planes!" The men, most of them officers, dropped their cards and ran to various hangers where their aircraft were fueled and already waiting. Jordan was an Air National Guard officer, he piloted a B-2. The massive hanger door to another hanger down the runway opened up. He squinted his eyes and could see a room full of fighters slowly inching toward the runway. "I think this is the real deal," Jordan said. Irwin handed him a pistol, "You almost forgot this." Jordan took it and secured it on his side. Both of the men jolted to the intimidating triangle before them and manned their stations. Within minutes they were in the air. At first they didn't believe where they were going. 

 

Thirty Minutes Earlier

 

Anthony straightened his tie and looked over a new report that a military aide had handed him five minutes ago when they were on the first floor. The Governor shook his head once he saw the satellite photos. A Maritime Guardsman who was guarding the door of the new "Situation Room" opened the door for the governor and quickly closed it behind him. Inside the room were many of Texas's brightest military minds ranging from the Director of Public Safety to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Everyone in the room stood when the Governor entered and quickly retook their seats once he took his. "What do you have on California?" The Joint Chiefs looked to the Director of Public Safety who clicked through a power point presentation. Satellite photo after satellite photo revealed what they had feared. "The California Republic has launched an invasion of Baja California. What we saw yesterday was not a military exercise, but was in fact a deployment into Baja California. While our attention was on California, we also noticed a heightened state of military readiness in the north. Sure enough Cascadia confirmed our suspicions, the Californians are demanding southern Oregon. We aren't exactly sure why, but they have just started a large-scale expansion spree sir." 

 

Anthony checked his watch and nodded. "Well I understand why you woke me up for Cascadia, but why do any of you think we should be concerned about Baja California? It's a place for resorts, scenery and that's about it." The Governor's Chief of Staff, Davis Snow, cleared his throat and proceeded. "Sir if we are serious about working with Japan, and also for our own security, Baja California is realistically the only place that Texas could safely be connected to the Pacific Ocean. On top of that, the California Republic has declared themselves the 'new United States'. It's the opinion of many of us here, sir, that what they pretend to be does not justify their mass invasion of the lands that surround them." The Governor folded his hands and took a more serious tone. It was apparent that what the men in the room were asking for was more than just a statement. "And what do you think justifies us to go over there Davis?" Anthony watched the man ponder his mind for a few moments and then finally respond. "Because we are the good guys sir. You know that, everyone in this room knows that, and the Cascadian government knows that. If we let our national security, and one of our potential allies's security be threatened  so much by such a small power... That's not only a bad message to the rest of the world sir, that's a damaging future for the people on this continent." All eyes turned to the Governor who took a sip of water and then set his glass down. "Options?" 

 

The Joint Chiefs and the Director of Public Safety shuffled papers around in some form of organized chaos. "What we have to worry about is getting our soldiers their safely and quickly. California doesn't have an astonishing number of troops there, so I don't think that is going to be our biggest problem. We just need to get boots on the ground," said the Director of Public Safety, Francis Watchmaker. The Chief of The Air National Guard spoke up right after his boss. "Sir, the Air National Guard can get a decent number of men there quickly. The Californians have five battalions there at most. There's no way that they have every strategic location manned and most of the troops haven't made it south yet, from what we can tell. Here is our plan we came up together, we fly in three battalions. One in San Jose, another at La Paz, and a third one at Ciudad Insurgentes. The first two take strategic positions and spread out. The third waits for more reinforcements form the air until pushing forward, meanwhile we are going to give them air cover. The Air Guard will also put our strategic fleet on DEFCON 3. Also, we are going to send three divisions of the Third Field Army to Baja which the Army National Guard will handle." The Governor nodded in simple agreement, "Do it. I'll address the nation in the morning." 

 

To The President of The California Republic

From The Governor of The Republic of Texas

 

 

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Mister President,

 

It has come to the attention of the Texas government that the California Republic has invaded Baja California without warning or provocation and is threatening the Empire of Cascadia with military force. The demands for lands that do not belong and have never belonged to the California Republic are worrisome and unacceptable. I cannot speak for the Empire of Cascadia, but if you intend on maintaining peace with the Republic of Texas then you must withdraw all California Military forces from Baja California and stop demanding that Cascadia turn over its own lands to your government. Your rapid expansion and unrealistic international demands have been taken as a threat to the national security of Texas.

 

Regards,

 

Governor Anthony Sparks

 

 

As previously stated, the troops by air would launch with an appropriate jet escort. The ground troops would also have constant air coverage and would travel with mobile SAMs. Cascadia would immediately be made aware of what the Texas military was doing and what the Governor's intentions were. The Governor made sure that the Cascadians knew that he and the Texas Congress were on the Cascadians side. 

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A response to Texas:

 

I am sure that this appears as if we are becoming more and more aggressive, but we can assure you that since day 1 it has been our plan to expand into Baja California. You should also understand that we, the only 2 nations that have a reason to be in this conflict, are currently being civilized and attempting to talk this out. What you Texans fail to understand is that in war, nobody wins, yet you seem to not care if you lose 1 man. We fear for our soldiers, we know that once one dies, the war has been lost. I assure you once again, we have no plans to expand beyond the Baja Peninsula and Jefferson. We are sure your frustration comes from the fact that your nation simply cannot expand, with Plains on three sides and Marco to the south. If anything, should you not be getting aggravated at UCS for literally sitting in your backdoor, claiming a decent amount of land to your south? Is that not taken as a threat to the security of Texas? I will, of course, allow Texas to establish a small base right on the tip of  the Baja Peninsula. To us, your aggression is a threat to our national security. Democracy, my friend. Over 70 percent of the State of Jefferson in California voted saying they want us to get back what was lost: Northern Jefferson. We are doing what the people want, it is Democracy at work. We never threatened them with military force like you claim either, as I said, we are the ones that are promoting negotiation. This problem is so far to your west you shouldn't even care what's going on. We would be clueless to attack Texas, another state run by democracy, we are practically brothers when it comes to our nations. I am sure if you step back and look closer you will see what is going on here.

 

California House of Representatives

A letter would then be sent to Cascadia:

 

If there is anything we can assure you, it is that we do not want to leave as enemies. That is why we have not yet attacked, because we need to find a way to achieve our goal without leaving with you and your people hating us. We are sure you will understand. I want us to solve this together, not against each other. This should be a small speed bump on a road larger, with huge, large bumps we have to work together to surpass. And we both know that this will not be solved through war, as we have all read about you and your fantastic leadership: and for that we salute you. We salute anyone that can lead an entire country, regardless on if it is led by a President or an Emperor. And if you are as smart as we believe you to be, then you know very well that war will not solve this issue. That leaves us with a couple of options: We pay you, we share it, it becomes a no-mans land, you give it to us, we negotiate and split the land. We just want what our people want: Perhaps it is a fatal flaw of democracy, or perhaps it is another great strength.

 

California House of Representatives

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California forces are not put on high-alert for an attack. 4 battalions are taken off of stand-by and listed as "Jefferson Purchase".

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The Texan deployments would not go without notice by the UCS. With tensions rising on the Baja Peninsula, the threat of the conflict spreading further into Mexico could not be ignored. The second Army division would be activated and deployed into Mexico, to the city of Chihuahua. A FOB wouldbe established at the local airport, and heavy equipment would be brought in and setup around the city. AA, artillery, mobile radar systems, and the likes would all be setup,turning the city into a fortress.

AWACs would be deployed into Mexico, focusing on the Mexican Texas border and the California Gulf. SU-35s would patrol the skies above Mexico, again concentrating on Northern Mexico. The UCS navy would be brought to full alert, and would move into position on the Edge of the Gulf of Mexico.

Public Notice From the UCS
"The UCS has watched over the past few days while tensions on the Baja Peninsula have reached new heights. In order to ensure the innocent peoples of Mexico are protected, and to enforce the Marco doctrine, a military presence has been established in Northern Mexico. Let this serve as warning to both Texas and California, expansion of the Baja conflict into Mexico will not be Tolerated. We urge both nations to respect our warnings, or both nations will face the wrath of the UCS. We also urge for a diplomatic solution to the situation, and as always we are willing to serve as a mediator if both parties wish."
-Signed President Marco of the United Caribbean States

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:Diplomatic Cable to UCS:

 

"While the Imperium resigns American wars to Americans, Her Imperial Majesty believes that Texas would make for a suitable regional partner with regards to the Pacific, if they were to happen to end up with Baja California, or Sonora at the end of all of this, we would consider the events to be positive for us."

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If both Texas and California agree to meet, we're sure a compromise can be made to ensure every concerned party is happy. Our warnings will however still apply to both nations, should they not be heeded."

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To The House of Representatives of The California Republic

From Lieutenant Governor Richard Adams of The Republic of Texas

 

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Representatives,

 

It is extremely insulting that the California government claims that Texans do not care about our servicemen. Thousands of Texans died defending the Republic, the United States of America, the Confederate States of America, and hundreds gave their lives in the Mexican-American war which later led to the admittance of California into the Old Union. We care for the life of every serviceman, but they volunteered willing to give up their lives for the Republic. Furthermore, The United Caribbean States are considered a stable and peaceful nation by all means and have never expressed ill-will to Texas. The fact that you are trying to deter our military operations onto them is extremity worrisome. Finally, stating that California is a few-hundred miles away from Texas and thus its actions play no part into Texas's interests is absolutely absurd. 

 

We in the Texas government want this situation to be resolved peacefully, but we will not tolerate the invasion of Cascadia or the continued occupation of the Baja California Peninsula. 

 

Regards,

 

Lieutenant Governor Richard Adams

 

 

To Emperor Alan Wymore of The Cascadian Empire

From Director of Public Safety Francis Watchmaker of The Republic of Texas

 

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Emperor Wymore,

 

Governor Sparks instructed me to inform Your Imperial Majesty that Texas Military Forces will continue to monitor the situation in California and will share all relevant intelligence in regards to troop movements that we can detect. The Governor wanted to offer the assistance of the fourth division of the third field army of the Texas Army National Guard if such assistance is required. Inform me if any assistance is required or if any important intelligence needs to be relayed. 

 

Thank you,

 

Director of Public Safety Francis Watchmaker

 

 

To President Marco of The United Caribbean States

From Governor Anthony Sparks of The Republic of Texas

 

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Mister President,

 

I wanted to personally contact you to help explain the current situation with California so that we can both be on the same page. Currently Texas troops are travelling through northern Mexico along the former American border, however the Texas government has no intentions of annexing Mexico or invading deep into the region. The troops are merely passing through to the Baja California peninsula. They have also been tasked with preventing California military forces from coming further into Mexico. I personally find the Marco Doctrine beneficial for both the Caribbean States and the Republic of Texas because it has the capability of preventing foreign colonization of Central America and the Caribbean. I hope that this conflict can be resolved peacefully, but if the California military begins a conflict the Texas Military Forces will respect the neutrality of the Mexican people and keep any possible conflict out of Mexico.

 

If a peace is to be made, I would be happy to sign whatever document it may be in Havana. 

 

Regards,

 

Governor Anthony Sparks

 

 

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The Texas military would continue to monitor all known UCS troop movements, however they were to be acknowledged as "Not a Threat". The Texas Air National Guard would continue its regular coastal patrols off the Texas coast and would not interfere with UCS naval movements provided that they did not invade Texas waters. The UCS troops heading to Chihuahua would have no interference from the Texas air forces. 

 

Meanwhile on the Baja California Peninsula the battalions would land at their previously described locations and take defensive positions. The two relevant airports would be ceased and then the men would wait for further orders. A second round of troops via the Air National Guard would be airdropped over Ciudad Insurgentes where the other battalion was already waiting. Once the Air National Guard had secured the airports and grounded all civilian flights, the Air National Guard would use them as designated FOBs, specifically the one in La Paz (though Cabo San Lucas would also house Texas aircraft). 

 

The three divisions of the first field army of the Texas Army National Guard occupied Puerto Penasco as a hard line of defense to prevent Californian troops from entering Mexico. Mobile sams would be put around the city and also coastal defense would be set up on the beaches. The Air National Guard would fly in elements of the Maritime National Guard who would prepare to transport five battalions across the Gulf of California. The Air National Guard would maintain constant air cover and continue regular patrols of the area with its F-22s and a larger number of F-16s who were fully equipped with their ASMs. The remaining convoy of soldiers, who would have continual air cover from the front, flanks, and back, would advance to San Luis Rio Colorado and then to Mexicali.

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OOC: I didn't want to do this. No choice has been left.

 

President Gerald Herald spoke today about conflict in Baja California. "It has come to my attention that nations believe that we are becoming more aggressive. I can assure you this is not true, and we are committed to our allies and there needs, as proven from our moves for the Trade Committee. I hope that all nations understand that-" Right at that moment, a loud gun shot went off, with chaos and screaming followed. People saw the dead corpse of there leader, their here, President Gerald Herald.

 

"Gerald was an honorable man. He never believed in the use of force, and his life-long dream was to achieve his goals without conflict, something other nations didn't seem to understand. But he always fought for what the people wanted, for democracy, and he never turned away. I remember when he first announced he would represent no political party, and he said that parties were for the selfish. He was like a brother to me, I loved him very much. I do not want Gerald to die for no reason, and I want him to be remembered, and celebrated. I wish to carry out what he never got to: Annex Baja California. And, as our president for the last year of his term, I vow to achieve all of his goals, and for respect to him, I vow to not run for another term after this year. This year will test all of us, and I am quite sure we will all pass the test. For we are the California Republic, and long let our colors wave alongside the seat of democracy." These were the words of Interim President David Marxon as he spoke at the funeral of Gerald Herald. His death did not come for nothing, and Marxon has vowed to dedicate his year to serving Herald.

 

Letters would then be sent. First, Cascadia.

 

Gerald Herald is dead. Northern Jefferson is Cascadia's, for that land has the blood of the greatest leader that ever lived all over it, and California hopes you and your people bathe in it. Long live California!

 

David Marxon,

Mourner of the lost, Servant of the people.

 

Next, Texas.

 

You always misunderstood President Herald. All he wanted was what was best for the people. Jefferson is no longer our problem, but Baja California is ours(OOC: True. I will literally do anything for Baja). President Herald died wishing to annex Baja, and we will not let anyone take that, regardless.

 

David Marxon

Defender of Democracy, Interim Servant.

 

Finally, UCS.

 

Gerald Herald died hoping for one thing: Baja California through peace. We support the Marco Doctrine and thanked you for your allowance for us to have Baja. Texas attempts to take that away and what do you do? All we have ever done is support UCS, and you let Herald die just to be forgotten. We beg for your assistance.

 

David Marxon

Representative of Herald, the granter of Dying Wishes.

 

And then a letter to all three.

 

California is done playing games. we will take a break from all of these nations, as you are all a disrespect to the dead, and fail to understand the goals and values of President Herald(R.I.P). I assure you we never meant any harm or aggression, as we have so many times, yet you still refuse to accept the fact. Is all you people care about to get to shoot at something moving? UCS excused, of course, as all they have ever done is cooperate, even when we have been difficult. God bless the Caribbean.

 

David Marxon

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To California

"We are saddened to hear of the loss President Herald. It's a very sad day when a nation loses their leader. However At this time, the only support we can offer you is a peaceful resolution to this conflict."

To California and Texas

"In order to see a peaceful resolution to the Baja conflict, the UCS offers the following. http://static.findrentals.com/new_images/Baja-Mexico.jpg

The Northern region will be administered by California, who will give up all claims to the southern region. Likewise, the Southern Region will be administered by Texas, who will give up all claims to the southern region. In addition to this, Texas will be allowed unhindered access to the Canals under UCS control. Is this acceptable to both parties?"

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To California
To California and Texas

 

"The Texas government, respectfully, at this time will not be negotiating terms regarding Baja California unless all California military personnel surrender and return home."

 

-Department of State of The Republic of Texas

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To Texas:

 

Saddened? You hope for a peaceful resolution? Are you not the ones who started this entire Baja conflict? I, personally, have no reason to believe that the Texas government did not set up the assassination. I am beginning an investigation, and whoever is found guilty will be tortured and spend a lifetime in prison, so you better hope there is no evidence. Not to mention you refuse to negotiate, you trigger-happy idiots.

 

UCS:

 

We will not accept. I vowed, at the president's funeral even, to carry out his dying wish of expanding into a place called Baja California. Do you really expect us to give up and stick with a half success? You must do better than 50/50 to please the California Republic and it's 36 million citizens. And do you honestly think we actually planned on going into Mexico? Please, stop and think.

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Saddened? You hope for a peaceful resolution? Are you not the ones who started this entire Baja conflict? I, personally, have no reason to believe that the Texas government did not set up the assassination. I am beginning an investigation, and whoever is found guilty will be tortured and spend a lifetime in prison, so you better hope there is no evidence. Not to mention you refuse to negotiate, you trigger-happy idiots.

 

The trigger-happy idiots would continue to advance upon the tree-hugging peace lovers who approve of torture. 

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To Texas:

 

The idea of torture is one that does not account for the entire nation, but of Marxon's singular idea to bring the man "to justice". We do, however, agree that it makes sense for Texas to attempt to assassinate the leader of the Baja project and representative of hope in the nation. What you did not account for, however, is the passion Marxon has in Herald's ideals and that he would continue the risk. Although far-fetched, possible. Hopefully, Texas can use there minds rather than their triggers and decide to abandon their useless plans to attack and practically destroy the land they seem to want so badly for no apparent reason. We are not any sort of pacifist peace "lovers", we simply prefer to find a peaceful solution rather than spewing blood over the citizens we attempt to protect. Hopefully you can understand. Whatever you want, California is more than likely to give it to you, with some negotiations, so long as California occupies no less that 60 percent of the peninsula.

 

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"So be it."
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"It has become clear neither Texas nor California truly want a peaceful resolution, one refusing to Negotiate while the other refuses to compromise. In light of this recent revelation, measures are being taken. First the Canals would be closed off to both Texan and California shipping, be it military or economic. All Texan air and land forces traveling through Northern Mexico would be ordered to leave the territory, as they were on violation of the Marco Doctrine. A no fly zone would be established for the duration of the fight. This was done to ensure the safety of those who fell under the Marco Doctrine. Of course, The UCS's offer was still available for either party to accept, but it appears as though a peaceful resolution to this conflict is unattainable."

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To Texas and California
"So be it."
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"It has become clear neither Texas nor California truly want a peaceful resolution, one refusing to Negotiate while the other refuses to compromise. In light of this recent revelation, measures are being taken. First the Canals would be closed off to both Texan and California shipping, be it military or economic. All Texan air and land forces traveling through Northern Mexico would be ordered to leave the territory, as they were on violation of the Marco Doctrine. A no fly zone would be established for the duration of the fight. This was done to ensure the safety of those who fell under the Marco Doctrine. Of course, The UCS's offer was still available for either party to accept, but it appears as though a peaceful resolution to this conflict is unattainable."

 

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A coded message to all Maltese shipping is sent warning the Captains of Maltese vessels to travel through the canals with great care due to possibility of armed conflict in the region. 

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We never said we were not willing to compromise, sir. All due respect, but Texas was unwilling to negotiate. If the border goes goes down 5 more miles, plus we get La Paz, it will be a deal so long as UCS stops getting in our business and leaves California alone.

"If you wish to make peace, we suggest you meet with the Texans, or take the offer we have provided. We will not be putting further effort into achieving peace for you, to have it thrown in our faces." Edited by supercheese
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