to UON [PM]:
We took too long to decide what we do. The result is this most unfavourable development for us but it does make our decision easy. Should the ESC still be interested in the attack, we can proceed with taking out the opposition. Without them we might lack the strength for this. I would put the combined strength oft his new alliance at roughly 60 MIL, maybe more, with roughly half of their strength under direct British control.
For a war plan I propose the following: At the beginning we focus primarily on the British and Soviets, leaving Project Earth to the ESC and the Andean Federation alone. First we take out or capture the British and Soviets space stations. Meanwhile forces in the lower orbits neutralise their communication and surveillance satellites. After this is accomplished, we perform orbital strikes against their military bases and either take out or capture Ascension Island and the Quebec Launch Loop. Afterwards we move on with systematically neutralizing their troop concentrations with orbital strikes and take out scattered troops with ground forces. Avoiding civilian casualties is of utmost importance.
If we go to war, we indeed must invest heavily to counteract any losses and expand our capacities. However, we also require more intelligence assets to at least partially counteract their espionage capacities. For new equipment, we will need to improve our ground combat equipment. We need better Tanks and Power Armors. Another thing, TRHI is willing to share our Amat Boosted Fusion Engines. They vastly increase manoeuvrability for spaceships. If any of you have other useful technologies, we would appreciate if you share them with us.
Please reserve a suitable chunk of your REP for the Declaration of War. I donít know what we can use as Casus Belli against Project Earth, but against the British and Soviets, we can claim we merely wish to end their warmongering, relentless expansion and takeover of free nations. With any luck, the message that we want to free those people currently living under their occupation should increase local unrest, maybe even outright uprisings.
to Andean Federation [PM]:
We didnít answer you because we havenít reached a decision among the UON members yet. Now you have made the decision for us, a decision that might have doomed the freedom of uncountable millions. You know what tends to happen to those the British claim as allies and you know their philosophy that strength is all that matters. Are you strong enough to survive as their ally?
We too hope these two alliances will not lead to bloodshed between our people.
to Project Earth [PM]:
You should have checked your broadcasting schedule and the programs we placed in the purchased timeslots before making unfounded claims.