The Compact of Pagan Nations.

History in the making.

The Pagan Republic of Finland and the Confederation of Free American Nations founded the Compact of Pagan Nations on The 23rd of March 1623, as a response to the Holy Christian League of Nations and the Pan-Asiatic Alliance.

Among the first non-founding nations to join the new Compact was the Great Federal Republic of Ghana, later the birthplace of renowned war hero Tut-Al’Kahazam, followed rapidly by most of the other pagan nations of Africa, which at this time was pretty much every African nation, except of the Buddhist Empire of Ethiopia who remained utterly neutral as usual.

The Compact’s primary purpose was for cultural and technological exchange, unlike it’s Asiatic and European counterparts who’s primary purpose was defence against exterior threats.

The Compact also functions as a International Forum for the Pagan religions, just as the Vatican functions as a dictatorial controlling agency for the Christian Religions that still listens to them.

The first conflict between the Compact and it’s counterparts, was an undeclared war against the League in 1636, where the Confederation and the Roman Empire fought several naval engagements and a single land battle over the cause of eighteen months.

The land battle itself, near the city of Accomack, resulted in a through defeat of the Spanish forces, as Powhattan Republican militias used their knowledge of the terrain to their advantage.

The Compacts diplomacy managed to end the conflict shortly after this utter defeat at the hand of the Confederacy’s forces, they also managed to reinforce Finland’s positions against the Orthodox Republic of Kiev, who couldn’t rely on League military assistance in any conflict they would make against the Finnish people.

Let us know read an excerpt from “The Rise of Powhattan” by Dr. PhD. Carlos Rainwatcher, concerning the battle near Accomack, this is a story told by an eyewitness, a Liya Skyridder.

“It was raining, and I could hear the Spanish brutes marching towards the city, just as easy as the hawk would hear a rabbit in the undergrowth.”

“Leader Surefoot’s plan to herd the Spanish fools towards out traps where proceeding as planned, how predictable are these Europeans, only our Finnish friends in their distant lands are worth anything.”

“But wait! What’s that, I see? A cannon? The fools actually dragged a cannon all the way into the forest? Hahaha, how utterly perfect.”

“We shall capture it, and use it against them, let them face their own arrogance as we sink their ships with their own cannons, praise the Ancestor Spirits, we shall laugh in the irony of our enemies demise.”

“I must run with the wind to report this to the Leaders, they will be as delight as I was.”

And here we leave Skyridder’s story alone, and focus on the speech hold by General Alexander Santiago when his army landed near the site of the battle, this speech is taken from the Archives of the Spanish Army, Barcelona.

“Soldiers of Spain!”

“The King has willed us to these distant shores to teach these heretical animals a lesson in good Christian behaviour.”

“We shall destroy them utterly in the name of God and the King.”

“We will plunder their cities and bring it back to our homes and churches, we will burn their crops, rape their women.”

“They are not Christians, they are animals, FILTH, treat them as such.”

“Now go forth proud sons of Spain, kill in the name of God.”



As an interesting footnote, General Alexander managed to escape the destruction of his army, and went into Exile in Nippon a few years later, due to a rather unfortunate affair with the King’s favourite mistress.

As we can clearly see from the Speech and old records from the Royal Archives, Madrid, the conflict was about more than just trade and naval supremacy.

That concludes today’s feature, join us again at a later day, and we shall cover even more fascinating elements of our World.


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