Bracing against the wind  

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

In a galaxy far, far away...

Once upon a time, a group of unwashed rebels with unconventional religious ideals used guerilla tactics to fend off an imperialist army. Raids, robberies, false surrenders and ambushes were used to give them an edge over a superior force. The imperialists accused them of being barbaric, and failing to follow the rules of engagement.

The French clandestinely, and later openly, intervened in the war, providing the rebels with much needed cash and weaponry.

Over time, after thousands of skirmishes, the British lost the revolutionary war.

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