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    Post Liberalism: South America



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    Liberalism: South America, a casual roleplay:


    The Napoleonic Wars effects were also felt in the New World, setting in motion a chain of events and new ideas from the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. These would shake the very foundations of the Old World and it’s seemingly oppressive ways. Freedom Fighters (Libertadores) and patriots now gather to fight for their God given freedom against their oppressors! From the fragmentation of the older order, a new one shall be born.

    The year is 1824, and South America is completely drowned in conflicts; Brazil is completely split after Emperor Pedro I issued the 1824 Constitution which centralized the regime, frustrating the wealthy middle classes who expected greater autonomy for the States. As a response, the republicans joined by a few liberals staged a successful State wide rebellion in Pernambuco and proclaimed their independence as the Confederation of the Equator. Other Republican rebellions soon followed, and the Republic of Amazonia was born, quickly joining forces with the Confederation. To secure their independence, and liberate the rest of Brasil, the old monarchy must be defeated.

    However, the Brazilians still loyal to the Emperor are not alone, counting on the support of the newly autonomous Monarchist State of Mato Grosso, where an earlier republic rebellion was put down and alliagence to Emperor Pedro I was sweared, making it the regimes most valuable ally. If Brazil is to once restore order, the Jacobins must be defeated before their dangerous ideas spread and support for the monarchy diminishes.

    To the North, the remnants of Spanish colonial rule survived, and the Viceroyalty of Peru still stands as the only bastion of Spanish power in the Americas. However, not all are happy with this development, and Colombia was the first to answer the plea for liberation, headed by Símon Bolívar, one of the great mentors of freedom in the Americas. After unifying part of the old Viceroyalty of New Granada, reinforcing the newly created Republican Presidency and solving it's internal problems, it will finally be time to liberate Peru, not only as a means to unify an entire country, but mostly to expell the Spanish from South America once and for all!

    To the South, Argentina successfully won it’s freedom from Spain and the republican system isn’t questioned, but there is still divisions. As it stands, Argentina is fragmented and drowned in Civil War. The reason for this? An internal rivalry between two factions and two models of government: The Unitarians, who defend a Centralized State, and the Federalists, who support autonomous provincial governments as well as distribution of external commerce taxes amongst the provinces. Two factions, two models, brother vs brother, who will unite the nation?


    Now is the time for liberation, a time for liberalism, a time for war!




    The Factions:


    Brazilian Civil War




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    Brazilian Royalists

    (Taken by: Joseph II Habsburg).


    The remnants of the Brazilian Empire proclaimed in 1822 now facing a bloody civil war after the centralization process started with the 1824 Constitution, fracturing the nation and opening the nation to the jacobin ideals that came from the Old World, proclaiming their so called “free Republics” instead of remaining loyal the newly reformed constitutional monarchy, under the grace of God and Emperor. The situation is not as bad as it may seem, many are still willing to take up arms for the Emperor, but many were simply seduced by the jacobins with vague promises of a better tomorow, failing to realise that it is they who provoked the situation Brazil is facing in the first place. Wars are never easy, and raising arms against your fellow brethren is even harder, but God willing, they will see reason and order will be restored once again.



    Leader: Marshal Luís Alves de Lima



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    Monarchist State of Mato Grosso



    Surrounded but resilient, stands the newly arisen State of Mato Grosso. Earlier in 1823, Jacobin rebels took over the State and proclaimed a provisional republican government, manifesting their desire to apply for the Confederation of the Equator, but the rebellion was short lived as the main landowners and nobility, alongside the populace were still loyal to Emperor D. Pedro I of Brazil and the 1824 Constitution, putting an end to any republican sentiments in the State. The State was given an autonomous provisional government under a Junta, and now conversatives and liberals, once bitter rivals have thrown away their differences to unite against republicanism and defend the Imperial Throne.

    The Monarchist State stands as a major ally to the Emperor, but it faces two major issues, it’s relatively small size and population, split between natives and settlers, but what little population it has, it makes up with zeal to defend the cause of the monarchy!



    Leader: Major General Manuel Luís Osório





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    Confederation of the Equator

    (Taken by: Cypress the Great).


    Liberals, Republicans and even parts the clergy stood with the rebellion that freed the northern part of Brazil from Imperial rule. Early attempts in republicanism date back as far as 1817, but the “traitors” were pardoned, a mistake that cost the Emperor Pedro I dearly, as they were once again the mentors of a new successful revolt in early 1824.

    The various landowners felt betrayed by Imperial centralization and the impositions it would mean for their priviledges and their businesses, and as such, the republican uprisings came at the perfect time to satisfy their disgruntled pleas, filling up the ranks as guerrilla fighers against their former oppressors, the Emperor and the Monarchy.

    The State of Pernambuco, the birthplace of the Confederation was initially a State divided into monarchists and republicans, but the latter would triumph as a few successful skirmishes between groups, later turned into two massive battles turned the tide for the Confederation forces, thus freeing Pernambuco, and later, other provinces were quick to follow, seduced by promises of autonomy and greater emancipation under a republican system. The Confederation did well to secure it’s position and even to spread it’s influence, reaching as far as the Amazons, where a small but steady Republic was also proclaimed following revolutionary success.

    As it stands, the Confederation is still in danger as not everyone was as enthusiastic to the republican cause, and more supporters of the monarchy still stir up trouble each day, and as such, the Confederation must remain vigilant, rebuild and liberate Brazil once and for all from the graps of the old regime.



    Leader: President Inácio Luís Melo




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    Republic of Amazonia



    The Republic of Amazonia, a new nation located deep in the Amazons is a small republic created a few months after the successes by the Confederation of the Equator (it’s main supporter and ally) against the royalists who wish to stick to the old ways. Despite it’s recent appearance in the South American theather and it's isolated position, the Republic of Amazonia is very much progressive, more so than the Confederation itself, going as far as granting full citizenship to former natives and former slaves alike, recognising them as full citizens and potential conscripts to protect their independence.

    Having rejected being integrated into the Confederation, the Republic of Amazonia is very much on friendly terms with it, being it’s main supporter and ally, even if relunctantly under the current circunstances. Early diplomatic attempts to have the Emperor recognise the republic and sign peace have failed, and all that remains now is war!




    Leader: President Francisco Furtado




    Argentinian Civil War



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    Argentinean Unitarians


    (Taken by: 7Hielke).



    Between 1820 and 1823, the United Provinces of Río de la Plata functioned as a loose alliance of autonomous provinces put together by pacts and treaties, and all was well, and even though independence from Spain was secured, internal quarrels have now fractured Argentina into two.

    The Unitarians, led by the Unitarian Party are a faction who support a unitary State (centralized state), and are joined in their cause by the Colorados, or Colorado Party, of Uruguay, who previously joined the United provinces during the war of independence against Spain. These internal divisions were evident as early as 1816, when Argentina signed it's independence, but have now reached a critical time.

    Only time will tell how this interine war will play out, as it seems that the lack of a common enemy like Spain was reason enough to drown Argentina in war.




    Leader: Governor Martín Rodríguez





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    Argentinean Federalists



    The Federales, or Federalists, are the bitter rivals of the Unitarians and wish to install a Federal model, supporting autonomous provinces, fairer taxes and more freedom and stand against the centralized style of government of Buenos Aires. They are supported by Paraguay, who, like Uruguay, had joined forces with their Argentinian neighbours to drive the spanish out of their lands and conquer their freedom.

    The Argentine War of Independence saw the forces of the United Provinces of the Río de La Plata defeating the Spanish over control of their former possessions, and by 1820 the Unitarians briefly lost their superiority after the Battle of Cepeda and centralized power as established in the 1819 Constitution ended.

    The Federales upperhand was short lived, as the nation was still divided as to which path take now that they had obtained their newfound independence, and it was not unncommon for caudillos to frequently change sides and loyalties, once again forcing Argentina into yet another conflict, albeit an internal one.

    Anarchy is the word of the day in Argentina, and only one faction can have the last word, will it be the Federalists and their so called federalist model?



    Leader: Governor Manuel Dorrego




    War of Liberation



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    Gran-Colombia


    Greater Colombia, or simply Colombia, was a byproduct of Bolívar’s successful campaign in New Granada (1819-1820), which landed a decisive blow against Spain and ipso facto secured the independence of the northern half of South America and provided Bolívar with manpower and resources to unify Colombia and Venezuela.

    With the situation stabilized, Colombia was set up as a Federal Republic and once the 1821 Constitution was proclaimed, it was generally agreed by most that centralization was needed, especially with the threat of Peru on the horizon. This process was not without risks, as the State of Colombia itself was becoming the hot spot of all investments and attentions, leaving Ecuador, Venezuela and other areas feeling that they weren’t getting enough representation or economic benefits, which in turn lead to civil unrest threatening the union itself and almost ending it in 1822. After all potential threats were put down by the Federal Army loyal to Bolívar, it would take another two years for the nation to once again stabilize and keep the royalists from Peru from invading, with the latter annexing part of Ecuador at the expense of the internal turmoil which plagued Colombia two years ago.

    If Colombia is to reunite all the northern half of South America, it must first solve the remaining interal issues between federalists and separatists, and then, and only then, will the Spanish be driven out of South America and the dream of a united Greater Colombia can come true.



    Leader: President Simón Bolívar




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    Viceroyalty of Peru

    (Taken by: Klaassen).


    An echo from the recent past, Peru is the last survivor of the Spanish Colonial rule, having survived due to the fragmentation of South America, and growing at the expense of funding and supplying rival neighbouring factions in other countries.

    Peru was always a strong royalist stronghold, and and both elite and commoner alike vacillated between liberation and loyalty to the Crown of Spain, and despite the economic crisis, the loss of power by Spain in Europe and the various native uprisings, the Viceroyalty proved to endure all odds, coming out of the crisis with the criollo oligarchy in Peru growing to be the richest in South America, enjoying their newfound privileges for remaining loyal.

    Símon de Bolívar stood as the only threat to the Viceroyalty, but as luck would have it, Colombia’s internal situation was and still is far from stable and ideal, which will be the key to once again bring Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela under the Crown, and maybe then, the rest of South America will realise the mistake they made to turn their backs on the Crown and God with their heathen jacobin ideals.




    Leader: Viceroy José de la Serna e Hinojosa





    Rules:


    1. No Goldmarks are to be used;

    2. Be respectful to your fellow Roleplayers and do not insult, provoke or engage in any behaviour which will cause internal problems;

    3. No trolling, insults, or immature/animated pictures allowed in either the portrait or articles. You will recieve your portrait later on. Do not post anything on the paper that doesn’t directly involve gameplay (that includes: asking Questions, wishing good luck, etc). If you have questions message me.

    4. You must have a Discord account in order to attend diplomatic meetings, conferences or recieve additional info on the roleplay;

    5. Do not join unless you intend to stay active, if for some reason you can’t continue, please notify me so I can find a replacement. Additionally, please don’t post articles with only 3 lines or small paragraphs, if you’re stuck on what to post, simply post when you know you can provide a good small to medium sized article instead;

    6. No spreading the password or without permission. Passwords will be changed after all players entered the round for safety;

    7. Time Count: 1 Day = 6 months. The start date is 1824;

    8. To apply to any nation, you must submit a sample article. This article can’t be a sample from another rp, and must be related to the nation and it’s context in the rp. The quantity and quality of the sample, will be based on the nation chosen, and decided by the OP;

    9. In this round, it is forbidden to attack other nations during civil wars. Given that all nations start in a Civil War, you can attack them ONLY when everyone is done with their respective civil war. You can still morally and economically support other people’s civil wars, just try to be realistic, and not have a monarchist nation helping a republic, unless you have a very good justification or reason as to why you’re helping them;

    10. It’s ok to attack neighbouring AI’s, but only with proper casus belli, which does not include your standard “I need resources so I’ll attack”. Be creative, and use reasons like a rebel base, an illegal arms factory, a group of counter-revolutionaries, native attacks, etc;

    11. Due to the historical context of this round, the units available are Cavalry and Artillery only. You may also build one, and only one Heavy Tank, which will represent a General. If you lose him in battle you may build a new one. There are no building restrictions, but railways will represent advanced roads.

    12. You may only take 1 province per year from your enemies;

    13. This rp will be mostly focused on land warfare, but that’s not to say navies won’t have a place in this round, so you’re free to build BB’s (make sure to accurately refer to them by their historical ship class or name). Also, you cannot use your ships to bombard land units or provinces. Navies should only be used for epic sea battles.

    (Rules may be subjected to change or revision at any time, should the need arise).



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    The roleplay is now open and recieving applications.


    Note: All maps, logos, pictures, text or flags are rightful property of the OP and his team.

    Last edited by Cypress the Great; 05-07-2018 at 12:34 AM.

  2. #2
    Sample Article for the Confederation of the Equator:




    [Legend: Provisional Government of the Confederation in early 1824].

    20th February, 1824:


    "The so called short-lived rebellion that many supporters of the monarchy passionately refered to was anything but short, and proved to be quite successful, and it's safe to say that the royalists have paid the price for underestimating the plea of the people of Pernambuco.

    The monarchy was also foolish enough to pardon the republicans who instigated the revolt of 1817. These fervorous supporters of the Republic would never settle for a monarch as their leader and this act of mercy costed the regime of D. Pedro I dearly, as the republicans have once again rallied and rose up in armed resistance against what they percieve as an unjust and excessive centralization, set in motion by the 1824 Constitution. They were also joined by many landowners, as well as certain clergymen, who were also landowners themselfs, ressentful at the loss of autonomy for the State of Pernambuco.

    Even liberals who had previously supported the monarchy were ressentful of Paes Barreto, the former governor of Pernambuco, and many of them even claimed Paes was illegally elected as governor without knowledge of Emperor D. Pedro I, who eventually requested that Paes should be de facto Governor of Pernambuco, further aggravating the liberal sectors, who soon joined the republican cause.

    When conflict broke out in early January, the State of Pernambuco was divided between the monarchists led by Francisco Paes Barreto, while the republicans were led by Manuel de Carvalho Pais de Andrade, who successfully spread the revolution into other northern states.

    The monarchy did attempt to request foreign intervention by Britain who were supposed to send warships to compel liberals and other rebellious subjects into submission, but alas, the british ships led by Captain John Taylor were forced to change course due to a rising storm and support never came. But the damage was now done, large groups of liberals had now effectively become republicans, upset at how the Emperor would point guns at them.

    Monarchist General Paes Barreto had gathered all available conscripts to quell the revolt, but failed to do so and was forced to retreat into the southern states still loyal to the Emperor and the monarchy.

    With the success of the Pernambuco Revolt, other States soon followed, but not without hard fought battles or skirmishes, but victory was secured and most of the northern states were secured, and even a newly created Republic was forged deep in the Amazons, which will be key into breaking the monarchists into submission and uniting the nation.

    Most of Brazil is secured and a provisional government was democratically elected, let us hope and pray that we will have enough time to formally elect another and finally crush the monarchy and free Brazil".



    Last edited by Cypress the Great; 05-07-2018 at 01:11 AM.

  3. #3
    Reserve me the Viceroyalty of Peru please. Sample article coming soon. Glory to Spain. We shall restore order!

    My sample:


    The dastardly Napoleon brought nothing but misery, pain and turbulence to once stable and peaceful realms of Spain. Once a true Empire, stretching from Asia to Americas, now lays in shadows of its own glory. Napoleon started a chain of events that gave the ordinary people something they didn't have before: will to stand up and fight for equality. Fight for something that is not rightfully theirs, for us noblemen have the duty and mandate from God Himself, to perform and honour His name and be His representative on Earth.

    We were doing just fine before all of that „people revolution“. We were the most prosperous Empire in the world, Spanish the most spoken language and our coffers were filled with so much silver and gold that we could've built a whole new Empire embedded in nothing but grandeur and splendour. The beginning of 19th century saw numerous revolutionaries in Americas following the footsteps of Napoleon himself. They sought independence and unfortunately, some even got it. Spain was simply too stretched to fight so many wars on so many different fronts. But a stronghold of Spanish might and royal power still remains in Americas. The Andes, a natural wall and God's protection of rightful Spanish rule safeguarded the Viceroyalty of Peru from any outside attacks. The strong, united Spanish army managed to keep the domestic revolutionaries at bay and killed anyone who dared speak of the so-called „Libertadores“.

    However, one threat still remains an issue. The Gran Colombia, an abomination created by Simon Bolivar. Portrayed as George Washington of South America, he remains the most influential and charismatic Libertadore in Americas. He is deemed as Messiah, one who shall deliver freedom to their lands and get people out of „Spanish tyranny“. Yet, honest intellectuals have to ask themselves one thing: Is Bolivar a liberator and freedom fighter, or does he harbour secret ambitions of his own? Quickly after proclaiming independence from Spanish Crown, he sought to destroy and enslave other people, his kinsmen, creating a massive empire of his own, the Gran Colombia. He acts a solemn ruler, a dictator in his own right, using anger towards the peaceful Spaniards as fuel for his bloodthirsty ambition of conquering the Americas for himself. Bolivar is no freedom fighter. He is a tyrannical dictator ruling with fear and iron fist, taking lands as his own private property piece by piece. He must be stopped and Viceroyalty of New Granada has to be reinstituted over his so-called Republic. The newly created countries are nothing but façade’s for warmongering ambitions of certain individuals. Every sane man can see that Spain’s rule was Godsend for Americas, for without Spanish Crown uniting these lands and people, anarchy is spreading and different groups wish for different things, resulting in total chaos and civil wars. It can be seen southward with Argentina or westward with Brazil. The division, quarell and fighting can be used well by Royalist forces.

    His Most Honourable Majesty, Ferdinand VII, the King of Spain and rightful ruler of Americas, wishes us to pacify the heathen rebels and restore royal order to His lands. And restore order we shall!

    For King and Spain. Plus Ultra!
    Last edited by Klaassen; 03-13-2018 at 07:53 PM.
    An honest private man often grows cruel and abandoned when converted into an absolute prince.
    Give a man power of doing what he pleases with impunity, you extinguish his fear.
    Consequently overturn in him one of the great pillars of morality.
    The madness. The treachery. The strong mixture of troubles.
    It is a man's own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways.
    More than a man.
    More than a king.
    More like God!

    Dominion over nature, crosses the line into the relation to other men.
    Proper appetite and desire becomes lust and passion.
    The dominion that man is to have over nature, he also seeks to have over his brothers.
    So crossing the line of his own proper dominion, and crossing on Gods...

    Only God is to have dominion over all!

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Klaassen View Post
    Reserve me the Viceroyalty of Peru please. Sample article coming soon. Glory to Spain. We shall restore order!

    My sample:


    The dastardly Napoleon brought nothing but misery, pain and turbulence to once stable and peaceful realms of Spain. Once a true Empire, stretching from Asia to Americas, now lays in shadows of its own glory. Napoleon started a chain of events that gave the ordinary people something they didn't have before: will to stand up and fight for equality. Fight for something that is not rightfully theirs, for us noblemen have the duty and mandate from God Himself, to perform and honour His name and be His representative on Earth.

    We were doing just fine before all of that „people revolution“. We were the most prosperous Empire in the world, Spanish the most spoken language and our coffers were filled with so much silver and gold that we could've built a whole new Empire embedded in nothing but grandeur and splendour. The beginning of 19th century saw numerous revolutionaries in Americas following the footsteps of Napoleon himself. They sought independence and unfortunately, some even got it. Spain was simply too stretched to fight so many wars on so many different fronts. But a stronghold of Spanish might and royal power still remains in Americas. The Andes, a natural wall and God's protection of rightful Spanish rule safeguarded the Viceroyalty of Peru from any outside attacks. The strong, united Spanish army managed to keep the domestic revolutionaries at bay and killed anyone who dared speak of the so-called „Libertadores“.

    However, one threat still remains an issue. The Gran Colombia, an abomination created by Simon Bolivar. Portrayed as George Washington of South America, he remains the most influential and charismatic Libertadore in Americas. He is deemed as Messiah, one who shall deliver freedom to their lands and get people out of „Spanish tyranny“. Yet, honest intellectuals have to ask themselves one thing: Is Bolivar a liberator and freedom fighter, or does he harbour secret ambitions of his own? Quickly after proclaiming independence from Spanish Crown, he sought to destroy and enslave other people, his kinsmen, creating a massive empire of his own, the Gran Colombia. He acts a solemn ruler, a dictator in his own right, using anger towards the peaceful Spaniards as fuel for his bloodthirsty ambition of conquering the Americas for himself. Bolivar is no freedom fighter. He is a tyrannical dictator ruling with fear and iron fist, taking lands as his own private property piece by piece. He must be stopped and Viceroyalty of New Granada has to be reinstituted over his so-called Republic. The newly created countries are nothing but façade’s for warmongering ambitions of certain individuals. Every sane man can see that Spain’s rule was Godsend for Americas, for without Spanish Crown uniting these lands and people, anarchy is spreading and different groups wish for different things, resulting in total chaos and civil wars. It can be seen southward with Argentina or westward with Brazil. The division, quarell and fighting can be used well by Royalist forces.

    His Most Honourable Majesty, Ferdinand VII, the King of Spain and rightful ruler of Americas, wishes us to pacify the heathen rebels and restore royal order to His lands. And restore order we shall!

    For King and Spain. Plus Ultra!

    Accepted Guess we're going to be rivals FREEDOM!

  5. #5
    Brasilian Royalists for me please! I will be happy to provide an article soon.

  6. #6
    Slap my bottom three times and call me Mr. Bombastic. It is the good ol' Joe

    Prepare the feast! Tonight we dine like kings.

    It is Matt by the way :P
    An honest private man often grows cruel and abandoned when converted into an absolute prince.
    Give a man power of doing what he pleases with impunity, you extinguish his fear.
    Consequently overturn in him one of the great pillars of morality.
    The madness. The treachery. The strong mixture of troubles.
    It is a man's own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways.
    More than a man.
    More than a king.
    More like God!

    Dominion over nature, crosses the line into the relation to other men.
    Proper appetite and desire becomes lust and passion.
    The dominion that man is to have over nature, he also seeks to have over his brothers.
    So crossing the line of his own proper dominion, and crossing on Gods...

    Only God is to have dominion over all!

  7. #7
    Haaa! Heya there ol' mattey Here is my sample - but i gotta say I am very rusty...




    "It felt like yesterday for Marshal de Lima when Brasil had won its independence. How misfortunate when young and progressive country that was soon fell in disorder, its people in disarray; Jacobites promoted by the French republicans have found their way into political and military spheres of young Brasil. Their different ideas and dislikes for the Emperor and his regime have managed to take a grasp on the populace.


    Civil war had started, breaking young Brasil into pieces. Two Republics have grown to the north, and hills of Mato Grosso remained somewhat loyal to the Imperador.
    But Dom Pedro knew that his most loyal people are to be found in the south, where he took refuge under Marshal de Lima's military protection. His troops are experienced and his loyalty to the Crown is unlimited. His men however are more fond of Marsha de Lima's orders than those of the Sovereign...


    It seems like conflicts are possible to be found everywhere in Brasil and on the entire continent. State of total war is almost inevitable, and surely the Emperor will fight its way back to Sao Salvador and to the Amazon. Brasil is to be united - in one way or another!"
    Last edited by Josef II von Habsburg; 03-14-2018 at 10:07 AM.

  8. #8
    It's quite alright, this will be the perfect chance for you to pratice and get your roleplay juices flowing again.

    You are accepted, welcome aboard
    Last edited by Cypress the Great; 03-14-2018 at 04:58 PM.

  9. #9
    Update:


    Argentinian Federalists have been reserved but have been unclaimed for a large period of time, and are now available once again.

    Last edited by Cypress the Great; 03-26-2018 at 08:56 PM.

  10. #10
    Posting the following sample article for Argentinian Unitarians on behalf of 7Hielke, who could not post himself due to dificulties:


    "Today was a historic day, a day of revolution! Governor Martín Rodríguez walked to his balcon in Córdoba. When he arrived he saw a army, ready to march, march against the rebels. He said: Soldiers, our brothers have stolen, our brothers have pillaged, our brothers took our wifes and daughters, it is time to stand against this tyranny.

    They are no longer our brothers, they are rebels, rebel scum that has to be exterminated! First army, Fifth Division, 7 Bataljon, thrith peleton, somewhere near Sierras Chicas:

    - Private Simon: Commandant! The enemy broke the line! We must retreat!

    - Commandant: No soldier, we will never surrender, we will push them back ourself. Simon: But sir, we will get surrounded within a day!

    - Commandant: But that is good soldier, that means we can fire in any direction".



    Admin Commentary: "Accepted as Argentinian Unitarians".
    Last edited by Cypress the Great; 03-27-2018 at 09:29 PM.

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