Baltisk City (B.C)-
Over the last weekend a twist of sudden turn of events for DRCC happened as DRCC Rebels under the supposed leadership of Henry Chester stormed former capitol square in the Utah provinces, disabled official DRCC communications over Skype, and succeeded in hacking into several DRCC Assembly Representatives’ accounts and deleting them.
Unaware of the events, the local XFIA Wyoming Field Office decrypted a shocking message that answered their questions to the mystery, which spoke of rebellion and left it to the imagination of what would happen next. General-Secretary Langford has urged citizens not to panic and report to their local/active military outpost and await instructions. The devastating riots and rebels have destroyed DRCC’s official population by 3/4. Officials are concerned that this is not the end of it, and possibly could destroy DRCC into oblivion because of the secret lack of participation by citizens for the last month.
What does this mean for DRCC? How will it affect the future? What will happen next?
What does it mean?
Before the rebellion, DRCC was amidst of heavy thunderclouds which included the 2016 General-Secretary Elections, the Eden v. Langford Case/UT Affair, and many events taking place outside of the country (i.e The 2016 US Presidential Elections.) The growing factions soared as Henry Chester threatened that anyone who opposed him would regret it and beg for mercy. Was this a sign of rebellion? Maybe.
The rebellion as a General-Secretary’s Office assistant put it, “…shows the dying fire of a nation or the example where DRCC lacks in…”
How will it affect the future?
Some options that were stated in the General-Secretary’s Office of how the rebellion would conclude was:
- The military would restore order, the rebels would be granted amnesty and the main rebels would be put on trial and then punished accordingly to the law, the elections would resume, and DRCC would continue like normal until the next event.
- The Rebels successfully hold off any military intervention and still stay active and not have any internal dissent, and the Rebels will take control of the Utah Provinces.
- The Rebels successfully hold off a military intervention, until the military reorganizes and attacks until the rebels surrender, and then fighting ensues and makes citizens want to leave to avoid conflict. Which is a technical win for the rebels and DRCC is only left with the Wyoming and Honorary Citizens’ Provinces.
- A bitter stalemate is followed and DRCC will suffer with internal struggles, until DRCC gives up the fight and tries to rebuild its government and citizens.
- The rebels give up and DRCC is the victor and continues to focus on what its past tasks were. And citizens hope that another rebellion will not happen again.
The options of course do not seem all that positive as the pros and cons reach to a tough decision for the new Bureaucratic Supreme. A debate is expected to occur on how to handle the situation and the final decision that the General-Secretary will approve on. The rebellion though seems as if it was planned and organized from the very start.
Henry Chester and his fellow members in the government were hungry for power and stirred up fear among citizens and wanted to take the country for his own. With the General-Secretary hundreds of miles away he could now successfully hold an insurrection with the General-Secretary to take control of the situation from a strategic position. Other motives could be the large inactivity and current overwhelming unpopularity of the General-Secretary and his policies. Is there other motives? Most likely.
What will happen next?
Until the General-Secretary and the Bureaucratic Supreme can reach a decision, the country remains tense as information is limited with citizens still active in the Utah Provinces. Most of them are unaware of a rebellion and do not care for government affairs.
It is most likely that if the rebellion continues through the week without any successful peaceful attempts to restore order that the General-Secretary will order military intervention. If nothing works, DRCC will either dissolve and another attempt to establish another country will be unsuccessful and any citizen that wants to be involved in micronationalism will have to join other micronation or start their own. Which can’t be said the same for the General-Secretary who is devoted to micronationalism. DRCC could save itself by incorporating honorary citizens to full-fledged citizens and keep control of the Wyoming Provinces and encourage acceptance of new ones that would want to join.
General-Secretary Langford was overheard saying, “It is unknown whether DRCC can survive and limp a little longer or try to find ways to say itself and its beliefs. Only God knows at this point.”
A decision made by the Bureaucratic Supreme or a full reaction for the community is expected in the next two days.