The Villainess of the Mary Sue Novel - Chapter 42
Public Opinion on War
One day, while Mo Yanqiu was reading the book and humming a song, Andre walked in and said to Mo Yanqiu, “Boss, we found traces of the rebels in the Luqia Mountains, and now the rebels and the security forces are exchanging fire.”
“What is the strength of the rebels?” Mo Yanqiu asked.
“Unfortunately, the military advisor was right. They can fight the security forces with equal power, and sometimes even overpower the security forces. Although the Luqia Mountains are far away from here, Kuroveld is no longer safe,” Andre said solemnly.
“I know,” Mo Yanqiu said.
“Then, I’ll retire first.”
“What’s the matter boss?”
“It doesn’t affect the stability of people’s livelihood, right?”
“The plan is progressing steadily.”
“Very good.” Mo Yanqiu nodded. At this moment, a consultant rushed up in a panic. “Commander, it’s not good!”
“Since the Phitia government handed over most of the powers of Pashlick to the provisional self-government formed by the Steller Group Armed Security Company, Pashlick has received widespread international attention. Recently, a group calling itself ‘The armed forces of the Pashlick Freedom Organisation,’ openly fired the first shot against the Provisional Self-Government, which had earlier applied to the League of Nations for military security. Now, we will interview the leader of the armed forces, General Moluwana Galekandilla. This is the Sunny Horn newspaper, and I am reporter Ava Baker.”
The television camera fell onto a simply furnished venue, showing the appearance of the rebel leader. It was an elegant middle-aged man, dressed in local costumes, with a gentle smile on his face.
“Then, General Galekandila, what supports your decision to oppose the Provisional Self-Government?” the reporter asked.
“At one time, like the thousands of people on this land, I was full of hope for this so-called interim government.” Mentioning this, the rebel leader showed a painful look on his face.
“However, what all of us didn’t expect is that in the name of maintaining stability, this interim government is ruling our hometown with poisonous leaders. Regardless of the will of the people, they wantonly violated our heritage, and years of custom!”
“It’s terrible,” The reporter said sympathetically.
“Then you are devoted to resisting tyranny. What demands do you have to tell the interim government?”
“We hope that the interim government will announce the repeal of the New Pashlick Law, withdraw from the Pashlick area, and return the land to its original owner. My dear brothers and sisters, the righteous people of the world, please unite! Let us…”
“Turn it off,” Mo Yanqiu said coldly. “You don’t have to look at the rest to know what they’re talking about.”
“Commander-in-chief, what should we do now?” said a consultant.
“First of all, you should hold a press conference immediately to take back the remarks of this group of goddamn rebels.”
“At the same time, if necessary, apply for the security force to be stationed again. How about the training of the local troops?” Andre asked.
“One battalion of troops has been trained and is ready to go,” the military adviser said.
“Because of its poor combat effectiveness, I recommend setting up some small forts in the combat zone to provide intelligence and logistical support to neighbouring troops.”
“Agreed, the training of the second unit should also be put on the agenda as soon as possible. The rules of engagement for the rebels at this stage are mainly blockades, and try to prevent the spread of the rebels’ control area while promoting the progress of people’s livelihood. Next, let us pay attention to focus on the fierce battle for a while.”
Sure enough, after the news was broadcast, the reputation of the Provisional
Self-Government and the Hope Angel Project were severely hit. At that time, the Provisional Self-Government and the rebels held frequent press conferences. After many hardships by reporters, the Minister of Public Relations and Media supervisor of the Provisional Self-Government, Philip Rudous, shined brightly and quickly attracted the attention of the whole world, which produced many interesting speculation.
“This rebel group, which calls itself the Pashlick Freedom Organization, is a filthy product born from the combination of hegemonism and violent terrorism. What it has done is inhumane, contrary to the wishes of the people and the trend of history. Yes, this kind of violent terrorist organization is useless except to deceive innocent people. Its demise is already doomed. The provisional self-government is confident and capable of maintaining regional stability and people’s safety. I can tell you responsibly that this kind of trivial riot will not affect the stable operation of the Hope Angel Project.”
“Sir, I don’t think you seem to have a deep understanding of our combat situation with the rebels. It is true that our side seems to have been at a disadvantage, but we have defeated the rebels’ combat intentions time and time again. The military has also matured under the influence of the war, which once again proves our view that insurgents are not to be feared.”
“Those rioters claiming that they are really fighting for the people is quite comical in our opinion. As far as I know, the life of the people in the area occupied by the rioters and the provisional self-government have not yet been stationed. Almost exactly the same, and in the area of the interim government, the people have clean water and medicine supplies. Children can get education for free, a large-scale literacy campaign is in full swing for the entire region, and a brand-new medical and sanitation system is developing, and the people have hope for the future.”
In this way, the two sides had been fighting for a full two and a half months. Although the Provisional Self-Government Government had a slight advantage, the international public opinion… still did not look good.
At that time, the second batch of troops had already been trained and dispatched to the battlefield, while the third batch had been recruited on the New Year’s Day and was undergoing training.#pleasereadthischapteratfanstranslation.com
After Hazak finally completed his studies, he joined the army as a member of the third national army. At the beginning of his enlistment, listening to the speeches of the foreign instructors on the stage, he could not help but recall the unique education he received in the school of the provisional government for nearly a year. During that time, the teachers of the school told him knowledge that he had never heard before, such as science, philosophy, literature, etc. He was very fascinated by his studies. In the end, he graduated with a score close to full marks and had a solid foundation, but soon found that relying on his own knowledge… was useless.
Thinking of this, looking at the recruits like him around him, he suddenly had such an idea.
Maybe…it was not useless?
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