In Part 46, Caslaikove spoke of Kesmar emerging from the chaos as the new leader of a united Terlokya. However, he demanded that the nation continents become part of a greater planet nation. He got his wish. There’s more from Caslaikove below, or you can go straight to saviorproject.blogspot.com/ .
01/14/14, Earth Time: 06:00 AM, EST, Tuesday – The Story of Terlokya – Rebuilding
Greetings and salutations. Caslaikove here. Last week I told of the new leader of a united Terlokya, Kesmar. He disbanded the nation continents and convinced all Terlokyans to buy into his vision of a united planet that would forge a new future. But he first faced the daunting task of rebuilding the devastated planet from the Great War. He combined the remaining military elements from all former countries into one force. Anything that didn’t fit was scrapped. Then he empowered the military to begin the rebuilding of the planet’s manufacturing infrastructure and agricultural base. As these areas grew, he added the civilian population in to replace the military effort in these endeavors and refocused them on the new mission of R & D for a space military buildup. Kesmar knew that it was only a matter of time before other species from other areas of space would eventually come calling. Their intentions were the big unknown. The most important goal of the military R & D was to develop high speed space travel.
The Parnewsians of Sygon had developed the basis of crude Magnetic Field Realignment, or MFR travel but had never shared it outside of their country. The other nations were still using conventional fossil fuels which limited speeds. So the technology was shared and the rebuilding began. The former nation continent of Boesona was literally destroyed so it became off limits to everyone, a virtual no-mans land. The few remaining Vultaires became true Terlokyans since their former homeland was destroyed. They were the most dedicated of the rebuilders, desiring for all of Terlokya to be a homeland for everyone. They practically worshiped Kesmar who did not disappoint as a leader. Some of the new Terlokyan ‘citizens’ were not entirely happy.
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