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by Voxy on April 23, 2008, 19:54:00
It started with an incident. Namely, the election of our current prime minister. There was much opposition to this, as many people believed that a botched campaign had taken place. There was a particular outcry for a recount and the instating of a certain CitizenLove as prime minister. Seems like your normal, post-campaign sentiments, correct? So, what then, happened to lead to me writing such an article? The big word is coup. That is correct. The coup against the current regime. Political tensions were most likely very tight. The infantile state of the government could not cope with the battering of thievery and reactionary causes that soon followed the election. It seems as though a shoddy prison system might also have had something to do with this coup. As I have come to learn, the whole set up was flawed from the beginning. The Law Lords set harsh sentences on those caught and found guilty on counts of thievery. And yet, they were creating lenient sentences for almost all other crimes. Conspiracy included. Also, the prison would compensate prisoners wrongfully accused with large sums of money? Preposterous. I even thought the idea ludicrous. When I found out that the system actually did this, my heart fell to pieces. The often generous amounts seemed to be unbefitting of those with power. This brought me to the question of dirty money. Although there is no real proof, there may be something behind it. Turning my head for a second, I did managed to spot something that truly shocked me. The Law Lords had no legislative power!. Again, the idea was preposterous, and yet again, I was proven that it was true. So, who then controls practically everything? Why, that would be the Prime Minister of the Current Regime, Schafelord. It soon became apparent that the Prime Minister was on the edge of [b]absolute power[/b]. This of course, led me to disgruntled citizens, which then led me to finding out about the coup. The coup was the biggest trouble of them all. Roundy, Steka, and Giddsey were the political prisoners whose imprisonment revealed a something of a government agenda. I was also delighted to find that CitizenLove was also involved. Scandalous, no? Roundy declared himself the Grand Emperor and vowed to enslave those who didn't follow him. Steka seemed as though she was starting her own underground. And Giddsey was the person who rooted and cheered for them all the way. My friends, these are the reactionaries that were soon to be thrown into prison. And they were. With a quick, shod up trial, they were thrown in. Following that, a law was passed against traitors. Oppression seemed to reek at every corner. But it didn't. These were reactionaries. They had to be dealt with harshly. Revolutionaries, true, should just be slapped around, but extremists that declare their own Grand Emperor! However, The government seems to deem it fit that all opposers are sent to prison. A regime was revealed. Our country needs reform. Our constitution, revising. Our government is Infantile. It is extremely important that we make the necessary maneuvers to ensure the success of our fair country. And it seems as if the current regime is not able to cope with that. I personally have nothing against SchaferLord, and count him as a good friend, it's just that reform is needed, and the current regime seems to be failing. + Voxy
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