British President George Wallace and American Prime Minister Gregory Smith discussing the post-Greek Scourge situation in Europe. The British were the ones who carried out the bombings, which the American Union was opposed to.CNES Administrador Pierre Auger to President Georges Pompidou in 1963, introducing a weapons system known as the Lunar Propulsion System, capable of launching artificial meteors up to 40 meters in diameter.
As France was the only spacefaring power back then, most other countries were unaware of their developments. President Pompidou opted to test the weapons system on the then-rebelling provinces in Algeria, using a 15-meter meteorite on the outskirts of Constantine in 1965.
Unfortunately for the French, their attempt to destroy Moscow in 1966 resulted in a misfire, the 25-meter meteorite hitting Obninsk, Kaluga Oblast instead. Fortunately however, France managed to prevent the incidents from having any political fallout until 2016.
"We've won the war. But it's not worth all the bloodshed."
"It is worth all the blood spilled. We've returned justice for the Bulgarians, to the Greeks."
"No, we have created an eternal enmity. Nothing they did - not even genocide - justified the Atomic Bombings of Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras, Larissa, and Heraklion. We destroyed Greece as a nation."
"But didn't they deserve it?"
"There were more Greeks than Bulgarians before the war. Now they barely number half as many as the surviving Bulgarian population. Tell me that is fair at all."
"You can bribe us all you want, you can rattle your military sabres, and you can sanction us, but we have made our decision. The people of the Baltic States wish to leave the Soviet Union, and that is final. Now scram!"