Karl Martin Posted April 28, 2010 Report Share Posted April 28, 2010 One huddle seemed to have been cleared. With haste, Picqué got on a plane to Bordeaux. ********************** [i]Bordeaux, France[/i] Picqué was led to the office of Zelle. Facing the [i]Premier ministre[/i] and her various advisors, he started speaking. "Thank you for allowing me this audience. I shall not disappoint. To understand the complex history of Brussels, one has to go back to when Brussels was turned from a Flemish-speaking region to a Walloon speaking region. This has made the Flemish nationalists very angry, since they always believed that Brussels should be Flemish. This brings us to the recent Dietsland movement. De Clercq was a Flemish nationalist, bent on unifying all of the Dutch peoples and regaining Brussels. As you would know from the massacres in French Flanders, for him anyone who were unloyal were to be killed, and similar bloodbaths were also committed within Brussels against the Walloons. For the concept of Dietsland, all non-Dutch people and obstacles were to be eliminated, and it could have succeeded if it weren't for his untimely death. The Germans and we have purged all the Fascists from the city*. Our plans is to be a peaceful city, neutral if possible. We have had enough problems with wars, and we wish to develop." * Reference from [url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=84658&view=findpost&p=2275496"]Martens[/url]: The French-speakers were then acknowledge as being "None of Germany's business."...they had, after all, repelled the fascists on their own. Martens was in no hurry to invade and then annex the land. He'd leave them to their own devices. OOC: Closed to Sarah Tintagyl and Karl Martin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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