Greetings citizens of CTRL. It is with disappointment that I come to you today with my resignation as Secretary General (SG) of CTRL. I have failed to keep the member nations beholden to the charter. I have failed to keep ConTRoL of the respective Country President's. They have been unable to reach agreements on MPP lists, which is the first step in the success of CTRL. It is the key to upholding the charter: re-direct the focus on repetitive and old battles on a global scale. The United States went to great lengths to demonstrate to Poland that she was willing to do something new. They made it clear that they were ready. Poland, sadly, has lagged behind in accepting the truth: That they are better off with the United States as an ally. The decision to be neutral is an easy one, when you are in an alliance. You stand with the core members under all circumstances.
I realize that the decisions the United States was asking Poland to make came too early. The United States, however, was patient. Henry asked Pierre directly to drop the Serbian MPP and keep the Hungary one, the US was not only ignored, but Pierre proposed it personally, a slap in the face to Henry and the USA. Even then, we could've sat for another week and a half. But instead a member of a PTO party in the US proposes a false NE, iliciting a true one in Hungary. The very reason the US asks Poland to side with them, and uphold the charter they signed, is brought into question by the very same PTO'rs. You do get the irony here, right?
The United States asked Poland to stick with them, and more specifically for Pierre to tell us "officially" what he would do. I have even heard calls in Poland for a RW by their own MU commanders to end the war and make MPP negotiations a reality. Instead, we got nothing. Stunning silence.
So, I called for a VOTE to expel Poland from CTRL for failing to stick with other core member of the alliance. The vote has failed. Poland will not be expelled from CTRL. It's ok, though, because in a global sense the charter is being upheld. Air Strikes helped, but we have new battles going on. When Serbia was in Asia, the Balkan countries were safe. As soon as Serbia gets back in her cage, countries start disappearing. She has turned back on. Serbia is ready to go for the globe one more time. Perhaps, CTRL lies dormant for six months. I think that's how long it will take for Poland to get the message.
Serbia is deliberately trying to PTO the United States, and this cannot stand. The US will get the situation under ConTRoL, I just hope Poland will understand the United States is a better ally than foe or enemy before it is too late. Time and a couple really good campaigns on the horizon will tell. CTRL is not dead, it's just gonna nap for the rest of the month.
This is Alexander_Auctoritas signing off as SG. Good luck and have fun the rest of the month. May the next month's crop of CP's be gifted with silver tongues and PR machines stacked to the nines.
Signature courtesy of PieGuy.
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