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Occupation of the Galapagos Reborn (IC/Closed)

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The Military State of the Galapagos
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Occupation of the Galapagos Reborn (IC/Closed)

Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Sat May 28, 2022 10:18 pm

And it all started with a tired pilot. The Vikianias war was uneventful by itself however it was a spin-off of that war that would collapse the fledging democracy that had been Galapagos. Now with South Olpen troops disembarking in South America it would only be a matter of time before tensions would flair as the cultural differences could provide a staging point for Galapagos exiles to radicalize the population to retake their lost country. However that is only what could be. Now Galapagos generals and politicians in charge of the nuking of South Olpen face justice by those they hoped to destroy.

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Postby SOUTH OLPEN » Sun May 29, 2022 7:01 am

As Olpenese soldiers take positions across large towns and cities to prevent uprisings, ambassadors from the nation known as "Cultural Legates' try to sway the nation to trust South Olpen. In New Oversight, these Legates hold public meetings which also give out food and other essentials for a war-torn nation, including medical supplies and the new currency, 'Peg Dollars,' which are a fifth of the value of the Olpenese Buck. The Olpenese soldiers are told to act with caution, but they are ordered to only do defensive techniques.

In the New Oversight State Penitentiary, the government of the Galapagos is under strict supervision while awaiting trial. Among these men and women are the Galapagosian President, all generals who were captured, heads of various departments, and other people who contributed to nuclear attacks on South Olpen. The trial for them will consist of 10 Olpenese Judges, and 5 Galapagosian Judges mostly sourced from opposition media and other anti-war activists. The highest sentence is death, although it is likely only the leaders and generals will be executed.

In South Olpen, the move is seen as nye-treasonous by the nation. Even while Chamber Minister Jordan tries to get the nation on board, many see the treaty as too soft on the nation that nuclearly carpet-bombed the nation. It is a legitimate concern by officials that soldiers could act illegally and take revenge into their own hands, so soldiers who were from the nuked areas are kept on bases and away from civilians.
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Mon May 30, 2022 9:30 pm

South Olpen wrote:As Olpenese soldiers take positions across large towns and cities to prevent uprisings, ambassadors from the nation known as "Cultural Legates' try to sway the nation to trust South Olpen. In New Oversight, these Legates hold public meetings which also give out food and other essentials for a war-torn nation, including medical supplies and the new currency, 'Peg Dollars,' which are a fifth of the value of the Olpenese Buck. The Olpenese soldiers are told to act with caution, but they are ordered to only do defensive techniques.

In the New Oversight State Penitentiary, the government of the Galapagos is under strict supervision while awaiting trial. Among these men and women are the Galapagosian President, all generals who were captured, heads of various departments, and other people who contributed to nuclear attacks on South Olpen. The trial for them will consist of 10 Olpenese Judges, and 5 Galapagosian Judges mostly sourced from opposition media and other anti-war activists. The highest sentence is death, although it is likely only the leaders and generals will be executed.

In South Olpen, the move is seen as nye-treasonous by the nation. Even while Chamber Minister Jordan tries to get the nation on board, many see the treaty as too soft on the nation that nuclearly carpet-bombed the nation. It is a legitimate concern by officials that soldiers could act illegally and take revenge into their own hands, so soldiers who were from the nuked areas are kept on bases and away from civilians.

With the first sights of foreign soldiers reaching the Galapagos the civilian population finally feels the affects of losing a war. Despite the “Cultural Legations” many still see South Olpen as a hostile socialist nation that is now the illegitimate government of the Galapagos however due to the betrayal seen by the previous government in charge of the war and surrender many begin to question democracy as a system and some begin to look at the past towards military dictatorship and think that perhaps it wasn’t so bad after all.

The soldiers presence sparks some backlash as nationalists take to the streets in protests telling the occupiers to go home and to let the Galapagos run themselves however the majority of the population waits inside their houses to see what will happen next.

Meanwhile many of the political and military officials who didn’t surrender now sit in sympathetic monasteries located in the Andes mountain range. With the government now fractured they begin to reach out to old lower ranked officers in hopes of finding contacts to organize a resistance organization out of the remains of the army to save the Galapagos

(OOC: Sorry for the late post school has been brutal in these last few weeks and I can’t find much time to be on nationstates. I’ll hopefully be more active once summer is here)
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Postby SOUTH OLPEN » Mon May 30, 2022 9:41 pm

The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:
South Olpen wrote:As Olpenese soldiers take positions across large towns and cities to prevent uprisings, ambassadors from the nation known as "Cultural Legates' try to sway the nation to trust South Olpen. In New Oversight, these Legates hold public meetings which also give out food and other essentials for a war-torn nation, including medical supplies and the new currency, 'Peg Dollars,' which are a fifth of the value of the Olpenese Buck. The Olpenese soldiers are told to act with caution, but they are ordered to only do defensive techniques.

In the New Oversight State Penitentiary, the government of the Galapagos is under strict supervision while awaiting trial. Among these men and women are the Galapagosian President, all generals who were captured, heads of various departments, and other people who contributed to nuclear attacks on South Olpen. The trial for them will consist of 10 Olpenese Judges, and 5 Galapagosian Judges mostly sourced from opposition media and other anti-war activists. The highest sentence is death, although it is likely only the leaders and generals will be executed.

In South Olpen, the move is seen as nye-treasonous by the nation. Even while Chamber Minister Jordan tries to get the nation on board, many see the treaty as too soft on the nation that nuclearly carpet-bombed the nation. It is a legitimate concern by officials that soldiers could act illegally and take revenge into their own hands, so soldiers who were from the nuked areas are kept on bases and away from civilians.

With the first sights of foreign soldiers reaching the Galapagos the civilian population finally feels the affects of losing a war. Despite the “Cultural Legations” many still see South Olpen as a hostile socialist nation that is now the illegitimate government of the Galapagos however due to the betrayal seen by the previous government in charge of the war and surrender many begin to question democracy as a system and some begin to look at the past towards military dictatorship and think that perhaps it wasn’t so bad after all.

The soldiers presence sparks some backlash as nationalists take to the streets in protests telling the occupiers to go home and to let the Galapagos run themselves however the majority of the population waits inside their houses to see what will happen next.

Meanwhile many of the political and military officials who didn’t surrender now sit in sympathetic monasteries located in the Andes mountain range. With the government now fractured they begin to reach out to old lower ranked officers in hopes of finding contacts to organize a resistance organization out of the remains of the army to save the Galapagos

(OOC: Sorry for the late post school has been brutal in these last few weeks and I can’t find much time to be on nationstates. I’ll hopefully be more active once summer is here)

Protests are met with understanding and, in a way, ignored. Patrolling soldiers and drones wait on sidewalks in full gear with weapons as they allow protestors to walk in the street. It is eery how unresponsive the soldiers are, just watching and waiting. Meanwhile, elite operatives go through the Andies, fearful of a rebellion brewing in the isolated area. Using helicopters, they detain anyone they find in the open.

Meanwhile, in New Oversight, the government has been refunded. There is no democratic pretense, and the few elected positions are local. Most of the government is focused on Law and Order, taxes, and developing cultural and economic ties. The government is worried, however, as Constitution CIty is beginning to ask for the preparation of 150 million as demanded in the treaty.

In New Oversight State Penitentiary, the first prisoners of the old regime are being shackled up to be moved to the trial room. They are put into a military base near New Oversight while both sides of the case gather evidence. They are kept under constant supervision, with each of the prisoners being guarded by 2 armed guards each. The prosecutors are ready to get them to pay for the crimes they committed with their life.
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The Blaatschapen wrote:They could serve as a distraction.

Of course, in modern combat, that's what the French are for.

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Postby Laka Strolistandiler » Tue May 31, 2022 3:49 am

OOC: Can we join? I believe that given the Kololialtrupplers have historically been used by both SO and SM to some effect in the first occupation they can be called upon again. Sorry for posting in closed thread if I am wrong.
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Postby SOUTH OLPEN » Tue May 31, 2022 3:58 am

Laka Strolistandiler wrote:OOC: Can we join? I believe that given the Kololialtrupplers have historically been used by both SO and SM to some effect in the first occupation they can be called upon again. Sorry for posting in closed thread if I am wrong.

OOC: No. We're trying todo this occupation well.
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The Blaatschapen wrote:They could serve as a distraction.

Of course, in modern combat, that's what the French are for.

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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Wed Jun 01, 2022 6:52 pm

South Olpen wrote:
The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:With the first sights of foreign soldiers reaching the Galapagos the civilian population finally feels the affects of losing a war. Despite the “Cultural Legations” many still see South Olpen as a hostile socialist nation that is now the illegitimate government of the Galapagos however due to the betrayal seen by the previous government in charge of the war and surrender many begin to question democracy as a system and some begin to look at the past towards military dictatorship and think that perhaps it wasn’t so bad after all.

The soldiers presence sparks some backlash as nationalists take to the streets in protests telling the occupiers to go home and to let the Galapagos run themselves however the majority of the population waits inside their houses to see what will happen next.

Meanwhile many of the political and military officials who didn’t surrender now sit in sympathetic monasteries located in the Andes mountain range. With the government now fractured they begin to reach out to old lower ranked officers in hopes of finding contacts to organize a resistance organization out of the remains of the army to save the Galapagos

(OOC: Sorry for the late post school has been brutal in these last few weeks and I can’t find much time to be on nationstates. I’ll hopefully be more active once summer is here)

Protests are met with understanding and, in a way, ignored. Patrolling soldiers and drones wait on sidewalks in full gear with weapons as they allow protestors to walk in the street. It is eery how unresponsive the soldiers are, just watching and waiting. Meanwhile, elite operatives go through the Andies, fearful of a rebellion brewing in the isolated area. Using helicopters, they detain anyone they find in the open.

Meanwhile, in New Oversight, the government has been refunded. There is no democratic pretense, and the few elected positions are local. Most of the government is focused on Law and Order, taxes, and developing cultural and economic ties. The government is worried, however, as Constitution CIty is beginning to ask for the preparation of 150 million as demanded in the treaty.

In New Oversight State Penitentiary, the first prisoners of the old regime are being shackled up to be moved to the trial room. They are put into a military base near New Oversight while both sides of the case gather evidence. They are kept under constant supervision, with each of the prisoners being guarded by 2 armed guards each. The prosecutors are ready to get them to pay for the crimes they committed with their life.

With the soldiers seeming unresponsive to protests the nationalists retreat back to their homes becoming hubs for weapon stockpiles and propaganda posters through the apartment buildings in the cities. There is however some backlash e from the population as they feel that they are not being represented and are not satisfied with the foreign run puppet government as it is called leading some to join the nationalists in their propaganda war.

As for the Andes raids while some exiles are found many hide within secret passageways within the monasteries and the bishops refuse to allow anybody with weapons inside their homes requiring soldiers to disarm before they search. There is also some complaints about the Olpenese disrespecting Catholicism which hurts the occupiers image.
The island of the Galapagos and the main power of South America controlling the West of South America. Militaristic and authoritarian with a troubled past and an uncertain future with stability at an all time low due to a lost war and unpopular occupiers.

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Postby The Free Russian Tzarists » Wed Jun 01, 2022 7:09 pm

The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:
South Olpen wrote:Protests are met with understanding and, in a way, ignored. Patrolling soldiers and drones wait on sidewalks in full gear with weapons as they allow protestors to walk in the street. It is eery how unresponsive the soldiers are, just watching and waiting. Meanwhile, elite operatives go through the Andies, fearful of a rebellion brewing in the isolated area. Using helicopters, they detain anyone they find in the open.

Meanwhile, in New Oversight, the government has been refunded. There is no democratic pretense, and the few elected positions are local. Most of the government is focused on Law and Order, taxes, and developing cultural and economic ties. The government is worried, however, as Constitution CIty is beginning to ask for the preparation of 150 million as demanded in the treaty.

In New Oversight State Penitentiary, the first prisoners of the old regime are being shackled up to be moved to the trial room. They are put into a military base near New Oversight while both sides of the case gather evidence. They are kept under constant supervision, with each of the prisoners being guarded by 2 armed guards each. The prosecutors are ready to get them to pay for the crimes they committed with their life.

With the soldiers seeming unresponsive to protests the nationalists retreat back to their homes becoming hubs for weapon stockpiles and propaganda posters through the apartment buildings in the cities. There is however some backlash e from the population as they feel that they are not being represented and are not satisfied with the foreign run puppet government as it is called leading some to join the nationalists in their propaganda war.

As for the Andes raids while some exiles are found many hide within secret passageways within the monasteries and the bishops refuse to allow anybody with weapons inside their homes requiring soldiers to disarm before they search. There is also some complaints about the Olpenese disrespecting Catholicism which hurts the occupiers image.


The New Oversight Commission, one of the more democratic localities, holds a town hall where Commissioner James R. Fairfox can hear the complaints of the Galapagos people. After the town hall, he states he is working with Constitution CIty to create a New Oversight Municipal Area, which will govern civic life and provide a voice to Galopagosians.

The first of the New Oversight Trials is to occur today. General Johnny Scott, a high-ranking Air Force general in the chain of command for a nuclear launch near New Fieldland, is being tried for war crimes and crimes against humanity. 7/10 of the Olpenese Judges vote death, while they all vote guilty. If death is decided, he will be shot to death with a single bullet before being cremated.

In the Andes, intrusive searches are being limited. However, with the "consent" of the Abbes, nunneries will be searched over a long period. Any escapees will be captured.

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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jun 03, 2022 12:20 pm

The Free Russian Tzarists wrote:
The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:With the soldiers seeming unresponsive to protests the nationalists retreat back to their homes becoming hubs for weapon stockpiles and propaganda posters through the apartment buildings in the cities. There is however some backlash e from the population as they feel that they are not being represented and are not satisfied with the foreign run puppet government as it is called leading some to join the nationalists in their propaganda war.

As for the Andes raids while some exiles are found many hide within secret passageways within the monasteries and the bishops refuse to allow anybody with weapons inside their homes requiring soldiers to disarm before they search. There is also some complaints about the Olpenese disrespecting Catholicism which hurts the occupiers image.


The New Oversight Commission, one of the more democratic localities, holds a town hall where Commissioner James R. Fairfox can hear the complaints of the Galapagos people. After the town hall, he states he is working with Constitution CIty to create a New Oversight Municipal Area, which will govern civic life and provide a voice to Galopagosians.

The first of the New Oversight Trials is to occur today. General Johnny Scott, a high-ranking Air Force general in the chain of command for a nuclear launch near New Fieldland, is being tried for war crimes and crimes against humanity. 7/10 of the Olpenese Judges vote death, while they all vote guilty. If death is decided, he will be shot to death with a single bullet before being cremated.

In the Andes, intrusive searches are being limited. However, with the "consent" of the Abbes, nunneries will be searched over a long period. Any escapees will be captured.

With the rising searches of monasteries many break out into firefights as the survivors would prefer to be dead on their feet rather then execution as they see it as dishonorable. The wider people however began to grumble about underrepresentation they recognize the government doing something now and stay mostly silent.
The island of the Galapagos and the main power of South America controlling the West of South America. Militaristic and authoritarian with a troubled past and an uncertain future with stability at an all time low due to a lost war and unpopular occupiers.

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Postby SOUTH OLPEN » Fri Jun 03, 2022 7:11 pm

The New Oversight Trials are completed 22 weeks after the execution of Johnny Scott. In the climax of the main trial, known as the Galapagos Nuclear Strikes Trial, the President is found guilty and sentenced to death. He, with the other 18 defendants found guilty, are shot in the head in October. Their remains are all cremated. Many of the general's and high-ranking leaders' remains are kept in South Olpen.

In New Oversight, a Civilian Government Advisory Council is created under the strict supervision of the New Oversight Commission. They are also only an advisory committee, but it is understood that their concerns will be taken into account.

As a way to combat joblessness now that several industries (ie weapons production, bureaucracy, and the military) are outsourced or eliminated, a new project is made. It will create a new port and city to be the new capital of the Galapagos or at least a very lucrative new port. Workers are sourced from the Galopagosian population. First to be built is the port, and over the course of several years, a large metropolitan city will be built. The name is purchased from landowners via imminent domain, but all landowners are given above-adequate payment and a guaranteed job. The city is to be under the direct control of Constitution CIty for the time being. It is to be named Flor de la Ciudad (Blossom City).

OOC: Do you want to do a small time skip? Maybe 2 years ahead.
The Scezonian Telegram Olpen Leaves Global Entene |  Coup Overthrows Galapagos; To Hold Election Soon  |  Zarnicovia Occupied by Russia, Armenia

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The Blaatschapen wrote:They could serve as a distraction.

Of course, in modern combat, that's what the French are for.


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