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Thoughts on Our Current Battle

Day 1,986, 08:50 Published in Ireland Ireland by Elite C

An official statement from the IFP President:

"While we shouldn't underestimate our opponents, we shouldn't worry ourselves overestimating them. If our battle in Louth is anything to go by, the right thing to do now would be to sign a peace agreement settling for our original regions. We can talk big and promise this and that, and while I would rather we fight to the end, I don't want to see Ireland shellshocked and wiped. Our friends and allies are fighting alongside us and for that we must thank them. However they have their own battles to fight and we cannot go into a battle counting our chickens before they've hatched. Again, I would like to ask the President to talk peace us settling for our original regions."

I also want to take this time to thank the 41 people who voted IFP in the last Congress Election giving us 9 seats.

All the Best,
Elite C

 

Comments

MUFC992
MUFC992 Day 1,986, 13:07

Is this official IFP stance? Or just ur noob one?
Because it's clear from logs I gave to you that Brits don't wanna sign unconditional peace. And I won't pay for Irish original regions. If you wanna do that, feel free to run and pay. I'll fight

Nogin the nog
Nogin the nog Day 1,986, 13:18

"An official statement from the IFP President:"

that bit at the start of the article gives you a clue Mufc that it is the IFP party stance on the subject of war.

MUFC992
MUFC992 Day 1,986, 13:26

I'm questioning it because I don't believe moo and others who has any knowledge about anything would like something like this published Nogin...thanks for the info, without you I'd be lost...

Nogin the nog
Nogin the nog Day 1,986, 15:13

someone has to remind you this is a democracy and not a dictatorship lol, but always glad to oblige.

BOUD1CCA
BOUD1CCA Day 1,986, 13:29

MUFC was just checking, because it does seem a rather gutless approach and a bit hard to believe is an official IFP stance.

Settling for our original regions is only part of it.
Will we be expected to pay anything?
And what are Ireland's original regions other than Ireland?

The Death of Rats
The Death of Rats Day 1,986, 14:06

Look....This is just the opinion the IFP, or at least its current leadership, has on how peace should be approached. Really no need to tarnish anyone here. It says "official statement from the IFP President". Whether it is something agreed upon by the greater part of the party or not it is not for non members of that organization to debate or not. If it is something the leading figures in this agreed on, voters may punish them at the next election, if the feel they need to do so.
In my humble opinion, proposing a white peace is dangerous as it will not solve any of our problems or disagreements. I would honestly interpret it as a sign of weakness.

Ian E CoIeman
Ian E CoIeman Day 1,986, 22:40

I think this statement echos the way that a lot of eIreland is feeling right now, but it's important to realize that it's not as simple as deciding to end the war. If we want a peace that we can respect ourselves for, we need to earn it by proving we can never be occupied. We need to outlast the will of the eUK to subjugate us.

We haven't done that yet, and so the eUK are not willing to consider returning to our original regions. Anyone privy to congress will know that discussion for peace have gone on, but that the eUK are not yet convinced to make us an acceptable offer.

Thomas765
Thomas765 Day 1,986, 23:10

Jimbo has already stated that he won't sign peace with the current Croat president. The war will stay until at least the 6th.

 
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