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Towards a Brighter Future by the-Orator Towards a Brighter Future by the-Orator
Order is the only way to maintain peace, but ponykind would destroy itself before it could ever so much as imagine a flawless law system. That is why they need us. They need leaders, colts and mares with minds uncorrupt by the filth of this world, to lead them into a world of peace, into a brighter future. Even the pathetic Lunar Republic cannot deny our military strength, with which we will one day crush their treasonous ideals! Join our ranks to guide ponykind upwards to its true potential!

Also made for the t-shirt contest but I don't know if I made it :(
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:icongunnarbloodax:
I'll stick with the dragons. They know when to stay out of political conflicts.
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:iconpilotsolaris:
The civil war has begun. Whose side are you on?
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:iconsomerandomminion:
The one with the biggest guns.
Fortune favors superior firepower.
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:iconpilotsolaris:
Fortune.. is a finnicky thing.
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:iconsomerandomminion:
And firepower can be persuasive. ;)
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:iconsparkswift:
what you lack is good heart and freedom! you will never prevail. what can you possibly see in the power hungry oppressor! HAIL LUNA! 
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:iconsomerandomminion:
Good heart does nothing against HEIAP rounds, buddy.

Or Depleted-Uranium ammo, for that matter.

Or Napalm.

I'll stick to whoever's got the biggest guns. ;)
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:iconbrutalityinc:
While History does favor the one with firepower, it favors more those who can make more of it than the other side. =)
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:iconsomerandomminion:
Oh, of course--industrial capacity is important too; didn't forget that. (Japan lost HALF of their carrier fleet in like, what, six months back in WW2? Their fate was sealed airtight right then and there, especially given their smaller industrial base).
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:iconbrutalityinc:
None. Both sides too morally ambiguous to decide.
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