Chariots and Machine Guns Rarely Go Well Together
Yet this year at BruinMUN we are courageously surging forth to explode such silly superstitions with the organising of two of the most strategically ground-breaking conglomerates of historic fame. With some little breathing-room, granted by that fair sun that every once a century shines peace and harmony upon the citizens of the Eurasian plains, a number of ambitious political gurus decided that they would set up the League of Nations in order to pre-empt the next great global conflict. World War I had made industrious Europeans into corpses, and their land into ashes. The hope was always there that they would not be incapable or undesiring of the inevitable challenge to sovereignty. In this year’s 26th Assembly of the League of Nations, delegates get to roll up their sans-culottes, and get to working on some procedures and means by which the eventual disaster can be averted. Will they be successful? We won’t care to find out…
Because there is an even better way of dealing with perpetually prickly conflicts and those pesky indigenous groups that always get in the way of demonstrative and deliberate discussion. Just organise yourself into a company espousing free market ideals and bearing a charter from your figurehead of choice. At this year’s BruinMUN, the biggest attraction for all you history nerds should then most definitely be the East India Company. Featuring the antics of successive generations of courtly Romantic Imperialist Britons, those of you participating will feel the rush of fast-tracked diplomacy (by indulgence from your Friendly Neighbourhood Monarch), destructive environmental policy, six hundred years of darkness and misery condensed into less than a hundred, and many more depressing realities of cultural wars that will have you rejecting your Protestant Anglican Archbishop, and setting up in a Hindu temple to learn the art of snake-charming.
Don’t miss a minute!