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SynchronizedWritersBlock Nervos Belli said: If we do, I think it would be due to the buildup of a number of factors. Say we discover the Horizon has been supporting the KLC like we suspect. Then the accession of the Tauni and other races in that area leads to an influx of Councillors from worlds that are justifiably nervous of Horizon activities.
The Tauni in particular may be eager to "rescue" some of their people we know stayed in the Horizon when they gained independence. A rise in anti-Horizon sentiment could lead to an Expansionist-Hawk wave of elections, in which case it might only need a minor incident to start a war.
What may be important to look at is the next elections in Rigel and Betazoid space. If we see a shift away from Mercantile and Pacifist towards Expansion or even Hawk in response to the KLC attacks, that could indicate growing tensions in the border regions.
War is horrific, terrible, and would benefit few, the citizens of the Federation least of all. The Cardassians lost tens of thousands of spacers in one battle.
To say nothing of civilian casualties, hardships placed on populations, and so on. Look at the hints that the Licori could slide into anti-government movements. Look at the failure of the K-R war to adequately claim resources for either side.
Warfare might be a tool to implement some kind of solution afterwards, but it requires far more work than just crushing some fleets. It seems like the people of the Horizon are generally happy and that their government promotes the welfare of their people by peaceful means. There may be exceptions, like there were in the case of the Tauni, but I sincerely hope that those exceptions can be resolved in ways other than violence.
Maybe it will be necessary to have an accounting with the Harmony of Horizon. But there better be damn good reasons for that.
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