Dear esteemed patriot,
We live in odd times.
Our armed forces are deployed oversees to battle a continuing insurgency that we have yet been able to quell. It is a brutal engagement which we often seem ill-equipped to fight regardless of what the media reports. Our enemies have been using tactics that are abhorrent (to say the least) and that fly in the face of decency. The enemy has shown a complete abandon of their ability to wage battles in today's civilized warfare. Our generals say that we can handle the insurgency but they have yet to be able to deliver on their promises. They simply were not prepared to enter into a dispute with a people on their own soil who possess such a terrible resolve. Granted...there are those in their midst who side with us and remain loyal to our cause, but they are often silenced by those who do not share their convictions.
What is also disturbing is that we are now uncovering evidence that certain other nations (with whom we are not on the best terms) are covertly providing aid to our enemy. This is an added dimension to this conflict which is hardly welcomed. I never thought that this fight would ever cause us to become estranged from other nations.
I honestly don't understand what the enemy thinks that they are going to lose by fighting this war against us. They have nothing to lose and everything to gain. All we want is to ensure that the land is instilled with the same quality and "evolved" society that we have long enjoyed here in our own country. Unfortunately, they really don't understand what we are trying to do and what we are trying to give them. They see it as mere interference in territories which we supposedly have no right to govern.
The enemy is wrong and we will make them understand. We can ill afford to allow these vagabond militias to dictate the future of that territory in defiance of our will. It threatens to shatter our credibility and our authority in the world today. We will overcome. Make no mistake...our resolve is strong and will endure.
Until we talk again....
King George III
The year of our Lord, Seventeen-Hundred and Seventy-Nine