Thursday, January 26, 2017

I Might Not Want to Live in Mauriatown, but...

Mentioned in my past novels and explained in more detail in my upcoming Campaign Black Beard, Mauriatown is not your usual protagonist place. Modeled as a fascist post-apocalyptic-now-medieval realm, such a land would almost certainly be branded as the antagonist by those in the Politically Correct Cult. It, like similar lands, would be shrieked at as being ‘THE ULTIMATE EVIL!’ And yet, it is not.

As in most cases throughout our own world’s history, most who fight against Equalitarianism are doing so as a reaction, rather than striking first. In other words, reactionaries typically do not start conflicts.

An insane philosophy like Equalitarianism, one that demands that everyone and everything must be equal, or else, is often laughed at in the beginning. Then, when their Revolutionary Demands don’t seem to be working, it is usually the Equalitarians who first resort to violence. Of course, they would claim that it is the one who they’re attacking’s fault- that they are seeking to stop Oppression and Hate by engaging in Oppression and Hate themselves, but such are the ways of Cultists.

And unfortunately, it often takes a strong reaction to the Equalitarians’ overhanded attempts at revolution to finally stop them. Thus, Mauriatown.

In my preceding novel, Red Noon at Helltowne, even though the red dwarves claim to be heading off a Maurian attack, it is they who instigate the invasion of the West and attempt to use a Great Tower against the humans. And, despite the propaganda of our own Fell Cult, Political Correctness, most events in our world have occurred in similar ways.

So there is a need for Mauriatown, regardless of the fact that I, your gentle author, would probably not fit in very well there. Why? Because even though Equalitarians usually start the fighting that disrupts the world, it is the strong reactionaries who finish it.

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