Of course it isn’t, Aria. “This” began long before either of us were born, and at this point I’m expecting that it will end long after we depart this existence. If you plan to wardec Mataris until we stop fighting, I have to tell you, that will be a very long and consistent wardec.
That’s a bit of a jump. I cosigned one post (and whatever anyone may think of her, Mizhara del’Thul doesn’t need my pathetically unimportant cosignature on anything). And I didn’t think it was worth repeating what had already been said quite well.
I’m not familiar with EM’s thinking or operations, so I don’t intend to address either here, but this does make me wonder why SFRIM (or LUMEN if you prefer) declared war on them in the first place. Given the timing, it seemed to be in relation to SoERR’s Thebeka operations. But in that case, once those operations are declared to end, then the war should be quits as well. If it had been me, such an offer from you would have been poorly received in that respect.
What is your goal in this, then? What do you stand to achieve from attacking structures in Matari space? Surely it isn’t to follow the prerogatives given to drive foreign actors out of Empire space, because these structures aren’t in Empire space. As Deitra said, you’re probably hindering the speed of their departure.
If the week passes and the SoERR structure isn’t unanchored as promised, then maybe take action to speed them along. But now? That logic just feels weak and, to be frank, very personal. It wouldn’t surprise me coming from other Amarr elements, but not from you, Garion. This is beneath you.