War orders, being a good ally and rebuilding a nation.
At the time of writing this article, there is about an hour left before Congress formally accepts Hamturk's resignation as CP. As runner up, the task of leading India for the coming week will fall to me.
That week will have a special focus and that focus will be:
1. War orders.
It is always an individual's choice to follow orders or not. However, before a choice has to be made, direction has to be given.
The standing order right now is to fight on Belarus' side here.
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2. Being a good ally.
Last month Belarus sent 1.000 Q7 weapons to us as a gift and sign of goodwill. Why did they do this? Because they saw what was happening in India, empathized and wanted to help.
This month they upped the ante just that much more by launching an AS on Pakistani held India regions. Why? Because they want to be good allies, they feel they can help and that is what friends do in times of need.
I want India to be a friend back to Belarus. I want to see Indian fighters sacrificing a BH or a DO to help. BHs don't build nations, friendships and cooperation does.
3. Rebuilding a nation.
If we practice points one and two, we will be well on our way to progressing in point three.
I don't want to put words in Hamturk's mouth but I believe that part of the reason he was not more transparent or inlcuded more people in his decision process is because he didn't feel anyone else wanted to sacrifice and do what was needed to achieve our collective goals.
Medals are individual rewards.
A whole India in control of her core regions and master of her own foreign policy is a community goal.
Over the next week, I hope to winess more citizens performing the right moves because it is the right thing to do rather than the expedient thing to do.
The only way were are going to triumph here is one battle at a time and one friend at a time. Belarus has stepped up in Karnataka... the ball is in our court to respond.
Forward and Upward India!
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