Snrith Gulch/Meeting transcripts

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11 November 2018[edit | edit source]

Chancellor Bobby Whitmore called this meeting with Prime Minister Nemesis Heartwell after the Friends Bar massacre, which saw more than 300 Brazorian civilians, mostly NUA students, die after a shooting and pyrotechnical rampage by a lone gunman. The two entered into a conference room at 2:51 Central Time, and Chancellor Whitmore was the first to make a statement.

  • Whitmore: Good afternoon, Your Excellency, I got a lot of things that I want to speak to you about. In the early hours of this morning, which is Memorial Day in my country, by the way, you might have heard by now that a lone wolf shooter brought an illegal rifle into Brazoria, shot up a crowded bar full of college kids, and then burned the place to the ground. He killed over three hundred people, Your Excellency. After the fire was put out, the National Police sent its best forensic analysts into the ruins of the place, and the first thing they got their hands on was that rifle the terrorist used to kill all those kids. They did a check on its reference number, and it turns out that the rifle was legally purchased two years ago in West Albuquerque. Now, I don't mean to tread on your country or your sovereignty, but you know, this whole "wide open borders" thing really is gonna hit home for a lot of people in my country. A lot of the people that put my government in power are gonna be furious, and they're gonna want to blame something easy. That's not to say that there ain't any reasons for what we're going to do, and I don't mean to offend your sensibilities Your Excellency, but we have to respond to the demands of our people. When we leave this meeting, whenever that may be, I'm going to give a go ahead to the National Police to set up checks at all the road crossings between Brazoria and Sierra, and we're gonna check every single vehicle that enters our country for illegal weapons. I felt like you deserved this warning. I hope that we're not getting off on the wrong foot and all, Your Excellency.