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November 13 Savoonga Municipal School, Savoonga Village, Saint Lawrence Island, Procinctia

In the courtyard outside of Savoonga Municipal School Liska Atka, Procinctia's Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, called a press conference - something about the November Eighth attacks.

While it was off school hours, it was far too silent. . . as if the school, village, and island had been evacuated.

Attired in her usual school uniform Liska stood behind a podium next dozen laptops haphazardly networked together, a medium sized projector, and stacks of cheerfully bright pink files- folders-notebooks.

“The November Eighth attacks killed thousands internationally, while initiating a series of events which before the end of the next day killed millions worldwide. Until today those responsible have able to hide behind masks of anonymity, concealed behind public denials and plausible deniability.

One does not simply walk away from something of this magnitude.

Those responsible drastically underestimated the will of the international community, more than ten nations working in concert have been investigating these incidents, and today our conclusions will be revealed to the world. While those nations participating will not be referenced without explicit consent, information provided will be used to substantiate claims and available to anyone who asks for it.

Current findings of both World Congress weapons specialists and several of Procinctia’s international partners, radar recordings from six nations indicate at least forty of the missiles deployed against Mandalore were launched from Japanese islands in Furon territory, satellite images confirm the existence of silos located exactly where these missiles where launched . . . including time-stamped satellite photographs depicting the missiles launching.

Overwhelming evidence proves, without doubt, Furon’s responsibility for the missile attacks on Mandalore.

Current findings of both World Congress weapons specialists and several of Procinctia’s international partners, radar and sonar data from four countries indicate the nuclear attack on Michuraza was a missile based strike conducted from underwater by submarines at the approximate location where Vostok Soviet Socialist Republic remnant was broadcasting at the time of the attacks. Further analysis of available data through computers of several countries participating in the investigation, nations intelligence sharing with Procinctia, the World Congress Organization, multiple universities, six information processing companies, and three additional independent researchers have pin-pointed the launch of nuclear weapons against Michuraza with ten yards of the Vostok Soviet Socialist Republic remnant fleet’s broadcasting location at the time. . .

Proving the Vostok Soviet Socialist Republic remnant’s involvement.

The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.

Any questions?”

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Liska Atka, acting Generalissimo of Procinctia

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"Considering the extensive amounts of data that must have been processed, this must certainly be the most objective conclusion possible. Promised Land is confident that such details would not have been released were there not sufficient evidence to back up these claims. We have no questions at this time."

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What is the purpose of this evidence? Furon was already turned into a nuclear wasteland BEFORE any evidence was presented against them. Killing the suspect before evidence shows them guilty illustrates just how poorly the world works.

"Are you accusing Prctinctia, now, of all nations, of nuking Furon? Congratulations, our respect for you has just changed yet another notch in the same direction. The nuclear weapons had nothing to do with the investigation."

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"Are you accusing Prctinctia, now, of all nations, of nuking Furon? Congratulations, our respect for you has just changed yet another notch in the same direction. The nuclear weapons had nothing to do with the investigation."

Procintia is suddenly regarded as the entire WORLD? No wonder Promised Land is renowned for poor foreign relations.

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Procintia is suddenly regarded as the entire WORLD? No wonder Promised Land is renowned for poor foreign relations.

So one, harmless mistake makes us incompetent. At least we admit to our mistakes.

'The world' did not nuke Furon...evidence suggests it was one power with nothing to lose.

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"This information has now made it assured that SSR did launch those nukes towards our nation, and thanks to the nation of Procinctia we have the information we need to take necessary action's towards SSR we will respond to what our response will be once our emperor and the prime minister figure out on what we should do."

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So one, harmless mistake makes us incompetent. At least we admit to our mistakes.

'The world' did not nuke Furon...evidence suggests it was one power with nothing to lose.

We hope you can provide this evidence, and quickly. Apparently even the RUMOR of evidence against a nation can turn it to a blasted radiation wasteland.

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We hope you can provide this evidence, and quickly. Apparently even the RUMOR of evidence against a nation can turn it to a blasted radiation wasteland.

All that's needed is a basic trajectory, and it can be estimated the direction in which they came from. Satellite imagery shows clearly they all came fromt he same direction...though we were not, unfoortunately, see where they came from.

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"Still, now that an international objective investigation has shown who are the culprits of these nuclear attacks... What are you going to do with the information? Somehow i don't think it will be restricted to a slap on the wrist."

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"Still, now that an international objective investigation has shown who are the culprits of these nuclear attacks... What are you going to do with the information? Somehow i don't think it will be restricted to a slap on the wrist."

"Promised Land is of the opininion that Furon has been punished enough. Karma saw fit to perform the sentence."

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"Promised Land is of the opininion that Furon has been punished enough. Karma saw fit to perform the sentence."

We are shocked at the utter stupidity you continue to display. Karma makes it okay to kill over Fifteen Million citizens? The only justification for that is the allegation that we launched cruise missiles into a nation that was openly hostile and provoking us? How does, in your obviously infallible logic, make it justified to kill millions of citizens, not with conventional weaponry, but with nuclear weaponry which will continually devastate and harm further Furion generations?

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We are shocked at the utter stupidity you continue to display. Karma makes it okay to kill over Fifteen Million citizens? The only justification for that is the allegation that we launched cruise missiles into a nation that was openly hostile and provoking us? How does, in your obviously infallible logic, make it justified to kill millions of citizens, not with conventional weaponry, but with nuclear weaponry which will continually devastate and harm further Furion generations?

"In case you failed to notice, at no point did we say it was a fit judgement. We did, in fact, say you had been sufficiently dealt with...perhaps the better word to describe what happened is overkill. And if you launch missiles at a nation simply for disagreeing with you on a few matters, you're going to be at war with half the world before long. And we have actually offered to aid you in recovering from these weapons, but you probably missed that too."

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"In case you failed to notice, at no point did we say it was a fit judgement. We did, in fact, say you had been sufficiently dealt with...perhaps the better word to describe what happened is overkill. And if you launch missiles at a nation simply for disagreeing with you on a few matters, you're going to be at war with half the world before long."

While we have no admitted to launching missiles, the only reason we would is the fact that they were, and are, the only nation that was openly provoking us. We asked them to stop, and they didn't.

Nonetheless, allegations aside, how can you say the death of so many is righteous? Your logic is terribly flawed - in no way is there justification for the death of so many, a statistic to you, that are innocent.

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Its good to know Promised Land believes in murdering 15 million innocent citizens for the actions of a government. We shall note that the next time Promised Land requires punishment.
While we have no admitted to launching missiles, the only reason we would is the fact that they were, and are, the only nation that was openly provoking us. We asked them to stop, and they didn't.

Nonetheless, allegations aside, how can you say the death of so many is righteous? Your logic is terribly flawed - in no way is there justification for the death of so many, a statistic to you, that are innocent.

You both must be completely illiterate...how many times must we say that we do not see it as justice? We used the word overkill explicitly. if we saw it as a fitting result, we would hardly have offered aid to help them recover. But we suppose logic escapes you. You will see only what you want in our words."

"To Furon...that's not how we recall things happening. They were being polite--not even asking for reparations from the first 'accidental' missile."

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While we have no admitted to launching missiles, the only reason we would is the fact that they were, and are, the only nation that was openly provoking us. We asked them to stop, and they didn't.

Nonetheless, allegations aside, how can you say the death of so many is righteous? Your logic is terribly flawed - in no way is there justification for the death of so many, a statistic to you, that are innocent.

There was something called, "Ignore anything verbally from the offender." There wasn't a need to hurl a missile at a verbal insult, and then hurl another 40 missiles along with a verbal insult stating that you did launch the missile after the offender tells you that there was a missile fired from you that hit them.

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Its good to know Promised Land believes in murdering 15 million innocent citizens for the actions of a government. We shall note that the next time Promised Land requires punishment.

"Promised Land requires punishment.....?, Michuraza wish's that you should wacth your viper's tongue before it is cut off!,and saying those words could be offereding towards promise land. "

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"Promised Land requires punishment.....?, Michuraza wish's that you should wacth your viper's tongue before it is cut off!,and saying those words could be offereding towards promise land. "

"Oh, we take offense, all right...but unlike Furon, we don't declare war merely because we dislike what someone says about us."

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"As we have stated earlier, there is no one to blame for the Furions' collective deaths save their incompetent Government. We are now almost 100% assured that there was Higher-level involvement by the Furonese Governing body in launching the subsequent cruise missile strikes on the defenceless Nation of Mandalore. We are no longer obliged to refrain from declaring this outright... the International Commission has seen to it.

We WILL, however, refrain from formally condemning Furon, with respect to the innocent victims on both sides.

Condemning Furon in their present state is quite like piling refuse on a pile of refuse... quite useless. Someone else has condemned Furon, and quite literally at that."

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The evidence as has been accounted for by the World Congress undoubtably proves the responsibility of Furon for the missile attacks on Mandalore. However we consider it even more heinous the nuclear attacks on Furon and Michuraza by Vostok SSR.

Both nations showed irresponsible unilateralism that has brought the world into great danger. No matter the gravity of the complicity of Furon for the attacks on Mandalore it never deserved to be attacked with nuclear weapons. However the attack in itself does not absolve Furon of its need for punishment.

Example must be made of these two nations for the dangers of irresponsible unilateralism. We believe that Furon escalated a verbal argument over misunderstood verbal insults into a shooting incident because of their self assured military superiority over Mandalore, a nation with hardly any military. This is in plain speak called bullying. This sort of act must not be let unpunished. If Furon is not made accountable for its attacks on Mandalore the world would become a very dangerous place for small and less powerful nations to survive if at the smallest whims bigger nations can attack them and get away with impunity.

Kingdom of Cochin proposes that Furon be militarily disarmed and its leaders brought to justice for attacking a weaker nation without any cause of war. World nations must form a council to guarantee the sovereignty of Furon during the time of this disarmament so that adventurous neighbors do not take the opportunity to embark on territorial grabs taking advantage of Furon's weaknesses.

As a Governing Council of this body administrating on Furon we suggest that the following nations - All powerful and responsible nations of the world contribute their power and goodwill - Holly Roman Empire of Germany, Viniland, Phoenix Empire, Rebel Army, Vauleo - Buryatia, Kingdom of Cochin and Hanseatic Commonwealth.

No matter the gravity of Furon's offense we maintain it to be true that it did not deserve to be attacked by nuclear weapons. Hence Vostok SSR must be made to face the full combined wrath of the world nations.

We suggest that Vostok SSR be put on a death target by all world nations and work together in eliminating this destabilizing entity from the world. We suggest that this conflict may be made conventional as the world does not deserve to have more nuclear weapons detonated.

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Furon will disarm its military, and turn over its Leaders, when our nation is gone, and our entire population, including our leaders, are rising into Arkvoodle's Realm.

That being said, we find the rampancy of hypocrisy in your statement almost amusing - if it wasn't directed at us, at least.

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Furon will disarm its military, and turn over its Leaders, when our nation is gone, and our entire population, including our leaders, are rising into Arkvoodle's Realm.

That being said, we find the rampancy of hypocrisy in your statement almost amusing - if it wasn't directed at us, at least.

We were just about to say...it's unlikely Furon would accede to any terms given them.

And we actually happen to disagree with Cochin. Under the circumstances, no actions need be taken.

But please explain how anything in Cochin's statement is hypocrosy...they have not contradicted any of their former words or stated policies.

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We were just about to say...it's unlikely Furon would accede to any terms given them.

And we actually happen to disagree with Cochin. Under the circumstances, no actions need be taken.

But please explain how anything in Cochin's statement is hypocrosy...they have not contradicted any of their former words or stated policies.

We're tending to agree with the rogue state.

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They condemn us for being international bullies, when they themselves are attempting to force their rules upon us, by disarming the Furion military, and forcing us to turn over our leaders. How is that not hypocrisy?

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They condemn us for being international bullies, when they themselves are attempting to force their rules upon us, by disarming the Furion military, and forcing us to turn over our leaders. How is that not hypocrisy?

They are calling for discipline against a bully, not for unwarranted actions. You do have to admit culpability on the missile attacks on Mandalore.

Though we do know the nuke on Mandalore was not your fault, the other missiles were.

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