Notice of state of war
Performing Article 1 of the Convention Relative to the Opening of Hostilities [Laws of War: Opening of Hostilities (Hague III)], entered into force on 26 January 1910, and ratified by the Plenipotentiaries gathered for the Second Peace Convention at the Hague, the 18th of October, 1907:
A state of war now exists between Borderline Offensive and the state(s) of Cultural Phobia and Phobic Imagination: morbid irrational dread which prompts irrational behaviour, flight or the desire to destroy the stimulus for the phobia and anything reminiscent of it. Or as in layman's terminology:
Fear (of Others, Dialogue, Uncertainty, Future, Peace, Creation, Change and Psychological Mindedness).
Borderline Offensive is an armed operation using non-violence, humor and art as weaponry to achieve its strategic goal of societal change and peaceful co-existence between intercultural communities within and outside Europe.