21 September 2017
Across Europe, His Majesty's Government has received statements of support and offers of aid from Inimicus, Mountenbourg, Derecta, and Australia. I thank them all and Britain thanks them. It is in times when one feels most dark that the bonds of friendship prevail. The Secret Intelligence Service, Secret Service, and GCHQ are working together with our partners across Europe to sort out where these Kaasians came from in the failed state, and just what exactly is waiting in the dark ruins of that country. Yesterday was a dark day. Three men wielding firearms illegally arrived in one of the busiest intersections in London and Europe, filled with tourists, ordinary people...and unleashed carnage and devastation. As we clean up from the shootings and the suicide bombing at Piccadilly Circus, we mourn our dead and come together as one United Kingdom to heal.
We know the identity of one, Marcus Jones, who lived in Dromund Kaas after the EMP strike and was hardened by the ideology of the Dark State. Two more joined him identifying themselves as Darth Chard and Darth Lod....aliases. The Sith ideology that lives deep in Dromund Kaas is a poisonous one, and is the result of a failed state that was once a threat to Europe now overthrown by Angleric, Duxburian, Ruhr, and British support in 2011. We have reached out to the Governments of Angleter, Derecta, and Miraco to make arrangements for their citizens and the families of those citizens that were killed in the terror attack in London yesterday.
Let me make the position of the Government clear: this Government will not stand by idly and allow terrorists to burrow deep into a lost country and attack Britain or her allies without swift condemnation and action. I have informed our representative at the European Union that we must bring this to the European Council and coordinate action across Europe once we have even more details. This Government will also continue to vet and take in Kaasian refugees. As a bastion of freedom and democracy, the United Kingdom must lead by example and take in its fair share of the most vulnerable in Europe.
We will also continue to live our lives in defiance of these acts. When a group resorts to this sort of terrorism, they try to intimidate and strike fear in the hearts of the citizens of that country. But we know in Britain that when tragedy strikes, we mourn, heal and then continue with the stiff upper lip that has defined generations of people on this island. The United Kingdom will endure, as will the rest of Europe and all of us will be united in stamping out the scourge that is terrorism. We thank our friends in Europe, and we take comfort in the knowledge that Britain is not alone.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office will continue to brief Europe on progress in the investigation, and I will deliver updates as necessary as well.
The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain