This is an article for Croatia. I have to apologise again for not being able to speak any Croatian-- it's my loss. I hope most of you are better equipped in foreign languages than I am, and can understand and hopefully agree with this article.
Although I've been among you for a long time now, I have rarely got involved anywhere except the battlefield, where it's always my pleasure to swing my warhammer for Croatia and our brothers!
I'm warning you, bad guise!
But I think it's time I ventured an opinion now.
Things are going badly for EDEN, no question. Our damage, even when coordinated and supported by massive tanking, is being swept aside by the superior firepower of CoTWO. That is obvious, and changing it is totally out of my hands.
To tell the truth I don't mind losing in this situation. I'm not invested in this game for reasons of real life hatred, and I'm old enough to understand that Triumph and Disaster are impostors who come and go quite often, neither of which lasts forever.
What I do mind is breakdown in friendships, and increasingly desperate acts towards neutral or friendly countries. First we need to talk about India. This has become a classic eRep drama, with the tiniest of issues being blown into the most exaggerated melodrama. There was no problem between India and Croatia whatsoever, so what on earth has happened? Seems like a combination of stupid mistakes on Croatian side exploited by agitators and trolls on the other.
People, get your act together. We are in Indian regions in the first place because they agreed to let us stay. If they decide they do not want us here any more, we have to accept that and leave. That is the nature of rental agreements, and we are not liars and bullies-- we should not renege on any agreement we have made.
With this in mind, I think our foreign affairs team has a duty to our (perhaps now, former) friends in India to talk to them immediately. As I have said in the comments of an article, it's not in Croatia's interest to wipe India or to make a new enemy. We have enough already. Similarly it is not really in India's interest to kick us out of their regions entirely, so there is an agreement to be made here. Even if India has chosen a path to a "hostile alliance" let's say, I'm sure their new friends would not be so arrogant as to deny them the continuation of a rental arrangement with Croatia.
If however India decides it wants to have all its regions back out of spite, then that is entirely within their rights, and we must look to alternatives. A country who bullies smaller nations for its own survival is not what Croatia should be.
eCroat, EDEN soldier
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