The Litzelands, forever embroiled in the struggle against the foreign foe and domestic desperado since time immemorial, has finally reached a boiling point. Today, protests on the streets of Warsowia, Lindenau, and Lübeck, have erupted into riots, with the Litzische Royal Guard being deployed to the areas to quell the rising insurrection. Among the rioters, Fyodor Arestalt, a member of the second-largest ethnicity in the Litzelands following the Litzeländer themselves, the Varsovians, was seen raising a red flag with a stripe of blue and a stripe of white down its hoist, which some say signal the beginning of a revolution. The Queen has released a statement condemning the so-called "Revolutionaries", although her words have been looked down upon by many. The Queen, Erika von Märheim, has always been viewed as a symbol of wisdom and courage, being one of only 2 female rulers of the Litzelands, and more often than not has been kind to the public, however, her inaction against rising poverty and the increasing wealth gap, coupled with the rise in the popularity of Socialism and the increase in harsh work, has to lead her words of peace and order to fall on deaf ears. Anti-Revolutionary forces, mostly in the army and the upper class, have repeated the motto of the Litzelands, “Wenn Gott mit uns ist, wer ist dann gegen uns?”, which translates into Oseanian as, "If God is with us, then who is against us?". It appears, that the thing against the Litzelands is the Litzelands themselves.