Wuxi China Expatdom Civil War takes dramatic turn as the two WCEDVDAS groups declare war on the WCEWCEDVDASCWARS

A dramatic realignment of alliances has taken place in what has been called the WCEDVDAS Civil War. The two WCEDVDAS organizations, originally at war with each other, shocked the world by declaring that the Wuxi China Expatdom WCEDVDAS Civil War Appreciation and Reenactment Society (WCEWCEDVDASWARS) had become their common enemy, and that effective immediately they both would fight future Wuxi China Expatdom Civil War battles against it. The WCEWCEDVDASWARS which had been neutral in the war, saying it had appreciated the efforts of the two WCEDVDAS armies, then declared it was prepared to fight a war of self-defense against the two WCEDVDAS organizations.

The Wuxi China Expatdom Dick Van Dyke Appreciation Society and the Wuxi China Expatdom DVD Appreciation Society had originally gone to war because of a booking conflict, that was never resolved and involved Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society President Harry Moore who had been scheduled to speak at their grand conventions on the same night. The WCEDVDAS Civil War had been proceeding splendidly, noted observers, with many record-breaking battles involving tanks, battle ships and old-fashioned cavalry, resulting in record memorabilia sales revenue for the Wuxi China Expatdom International Expeditionary Force, the exclusive supplier of WCEDVDAS Civil War memorabilia. But then the WCEWCEDVDASWARS began to reenact the battles and take supplies needed by the two WCEDVDAS armies to fight their original battles. The WCEWCEDVDASWARS so ruined the logistical supply chains of the two WCEDVDAS armies that a major battle, which was to have been a tribute to the battle of Marathon, had to be postponed. The WCEWCEDVDASWARS then staged its reenactment of the battle, that was to be a tribute to the battle of Marathon, before the original battle had even taken place! This was a humiliation that was borne by the commanders of both WCEDVDAS armies causing them to ally themselves against the reenactors.

The dramatic realignment of alliances has angered the WCEIEF which has seen its sales of WCEDVDAS Civil War memorabilia plummet. The WCEIEF is contemplating supplying logisitical and military support to the two WCEDVDAS armies. "We had planned on the WCEDVDAS Civil War lasting another week!" complained WCEIEF commander Karl Malden, "and so we have hundreds of millions of dollars of WCEDVDAS Civil War memorabilia, in our warehouses which is now obsolete. We will start producing lots of WCEDVDAS — WCEWCEDVDASWARS Civil War products of course, but we don’t know what we are going to do with the stock we already have!"

Many fear that other Wuxi China Expatdom Appreciation Societies will be dragged into the conflict. An extensive network of secret alliances has been formed over the last year, so observers are unsure on which side of the civil war many of the appreciation societies are. One such organization, the Wuxi China Expatdom Mary Tyler Moore Appreciation Society (the WCEMTMAS), has pledged logistical support to the WCEDVDAS side. Another organization, the Wuxi China Expatdom Appreciation Society Appreciation Society (the WCEASAS) has reportedly sided with the WCEWCEDVDASWARS.

Many of the appreciation societies are apparently waiting to see with whom the Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society will side. However, WCEFAS President Harry Moore is reportedly in seclusion rehearsing his honeymoon with his new bride Mrs. Miss Moneypenny Moore so his endorsement may be a long time coming.. An endorsement by the WCEFAS President, who is also a WCE Archduke, will result in a lot of legitimacy for the side endorsed.

"Again!" says, Wuxi China Expatdom historian Edward Gibbon, "the fate of the Wuxi China Expatdom rests with Harry Moore! I speak for all Wuxi China Expatdomites when I say I implode him to make his allegiance in this conflict known!"

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About wuxiandis

An English Teacher in Wuxi, China. Married to a local girl. Father of a boy born August 23, 2007.
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