- May 24, 2013
I would suggest trying to mobilize a full 30 days ahead of the delivery of the demands. I understand cost and losing surprise but if they are already mobilizing there is NO surprise, they know, and the cost of money is less painful than the cost of defeat. Also wondering about cost sounds slightly capitalist to me comrade.
Let me rephrase: We cannot keep our workers away from their glorious industry, and their means of production for longer than strictly necessary by enlisting them into their army. On another note, we can never have enough Industrial Capacity. Mobilising early will delay important production and upgrades that will be needed by our people's army in future wars.
Production is the ultimate goal, as producing more will make the proletariat wealthier and safer, they own the means of production, they will get the benefits of their own work. The harder they work, the more the state has, the more the state has, the more the people have... (you can see where this is going...)
Despite our size, we are all alone in our corner of the world (with Mongolia and Tannu Tuva), we need to be strong, and we need a truly great army of and for the people. On the other hand a successful campaign in Finland might show the world they shouldn't mess with us.
Anyway, mobilisation will have to start soon, we'll see how long it takes...