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Don't Know What To Believe In Anymore

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Also known as, "How do I know who is lying to me?" and "How do I know who is telling me the truth?"

Previously, in this series, West claimed that the people in Fantasia didn’t really want to be one with Spades Kingdom. Apparently, there was some vote-rigging and who knows what else going on over there. But, is that really true? What does East have to say about that?

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East frowns at hearing West’s words in the previous post, starting to get angry, but trying to remain calm. “And how are you knowing this for sure, Azure? Have you spoken to the people in Fantasia?”

“Or did you just hear this from the western kingdoms and their media and even from the Diamonds rulers as well as from those nearby kingdoms that are clearly against Spades Kingdom and would undoubtedly want to present the Spades King in a bad light?”

East tried hard not to make the words sound like an accusation, but it’s unclear whether that was successful or not.

West scowls. “Are you saying that they lied to me?” The words were said in a snapping tone of voice, a hint of anger lacing them.

*Notes:
- This is part 66 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 65
- Image is Falcon Knight of the Azure from the Cardfight!! Vanguard TCG card game from Amazon.com
- Pic was chosen to represent the 'Azure' nickname that East calls West

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