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, development and integration between intercultural communities within and outside Europe.
Borderline Offensive is not a sovereign state; it has no state border delimitation, capital, political ideology or chief of state established by hereditary, elective or revolutionary process.
Borderline Offensive is a collective of cultural forces, mercenaries, idealists, double-spies, demagogues, pedagogues and andragogues, cowards, heroes, outsiders and celebrities, without norms on gender, ethnicity, religious or scientific beliefs, age or ability constraints.
Borderline Offensive is a social imaginary: a potential for a new creative and symbolic dimension of our contemporary word, a dimension of creative collectivity through which human beings create their ways of living together. A special ops mission giving citizens direct access to the political life of their community and dialogue directly, without intermediation of populists, demagogues and cronies.
Borderline Offensive is strategically operationalised by its humoristic perspective to life: to seek laughter and joy as instruments of political warfare and peace building when facing fear and hopelessness.
Whereas a state of war between us, the Borderline Offensive, on the one hand, and the state(s) of Cultural Phobia and Phobic Imagination, on the other;
And whereas it is necessary to specify the articles with which it is Our intention to conduct our operations in accordance with laws and customs of war;