“The foremost responsibility of us leaders; is to ensure the safety of our constituents, and to maintain peace on the edges of our borders. Commerce between the North and South; is a notion that shows the world we are ready for peace. Protesting Eden because of our means of self-defense is a deterrent of peace.” Catalina locked eyes with the chancellor, as much as she wanted to grimace in his presence; she pushed on to sway the audience.
“Eden is the only country of pure humans; our neighbors in Venezuela are mutants; how are we to defend ourselves? It is when we are backed in a corner; that we, the leaders must make the decisions to defend our people. If we continue to look at how threatened we are by the surrounding nations; then we will always live expecting the worse.”
Eden was stockpiled with a high human constituency, mainly because Cat’s purge; but none of them currently had the strength to defeat Venezuela in a war, if one were to erupt. Cat sent a paralyzing stare back towards the Chancellor; the man who placed her in charge, it now became apparent why he did so.
As their eyes met for the fourth time, a tingling sensation ran through the young Liafador body. “If you stand in the way of peace, than there will surely be war” she said, taking her seat; crossing her legs in a posh manner.
If this child is anything like his auntie, he'll go far! If he's anything like his uncle he'll be in Jail. If he's anything like his other auntie; he'll be indecisive. If he's anything like his mother, I'll be making a status about his child before he graduates high school.