Well here I am again, back at home and settling in again to find things drastically altered from the moment I left. Our military structure has been completely revamped, we have a new president coming to the end of her term, and we have been kicked out of Sirius. I would want to talk more about the alliance and faults to be had, but if you want an apt summary, just read the article written by Wild Owl. He has said everything that needs to be said, and I have complete faith in Molly Emma despite all the chatter going on. She's always been one to step up to help and has always asked little in return other than the chance to serve. So where does that leave me?
My sojourn to Russia allowed me to take a breath and relax. Things didn't go according to plan as things normally do, and I decided to take a trip back to the USA to provide whatever service I can. It seems given the surrounding circumstances, I couldn't have picked a better time. A heated presidential election appears to be underway, and I'm sure all of you are following it, as you should be. It's important to get your ideas, critiques, and complaints out now because now is the time for them to be heard and recorded. I'll be watching from the sidelines and offer my help to anyone who needs it. Our new foreign affairs situation offers a lot of opportunity and risk, and we need to be paying attention and providing support where it is needed. Just remember there are very important discussions ongoing.
Where do we go from here? Sirius was an interesting experiment that I fully supported and ended up being problematic later on. The blame game is going to happen and people are going to pick their sides, but it gets us no closer to where we are going and no farther from what caused our break. It is always easy to lay out fault but harder to come up with solutions. The United States remains in a strong position and our individual foreign affairs are holding up despite the alliance politics that put us back on our own. I ask everyone to move forward and participate. Offer a helping hand, fight in the battles we should, and learn from mistakes rather than dwell. I look forward to what the future holds rather than focusing on the present past.
It's good to be back, lets see what we can do now.
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