It was the single most futile act of aggression since the pony fandom civil war of 2014, when the Axis forces of the Steven Universe fandom moved to declare war on the neighboring, much larger My Little Pony fandom. Führer Joanna Blackhart delivered a speech to her several troops, declaring that they would be invading the neighboring nations, purifying them, and returning them to their natural "nonbinary trans women masterraces".
"Diese Darbietungsreihe gehört den Frauen + trans + nichtbinären Gemeinden. Wir werden euch bis auf den Grund des Meeres ziehen, um sie zu verteidigen." Blackhart shouted, hand outstretched. "Sie. Ist. UNSER.
Und im Übrigen. Wir nehmen Mein kleines Kleinpferd wieder zurück."
Political analysts believe the Steven Universe leaders were angered by the massive loss they suffered in the last World Fandom War, at the hands of the brony allies, who overwhelmed the axis forces in nearly every contest of strength. The Gemfan leadership has begun spreading propaganda messages declaring that their nation's sorry state is the fault of the bronies, and have called upon their citizens to expel and destroy all the men within.
Shortly after the initial assault began, the nation of Beach City surrendered, waving white flags tied to their baguettes.
On the other side of the Twitish channel, Heather Churchill gave a rousing speech rallying the troops, reminding the pony nations that we have nothing to fear, except fear itself, because we're afraid we might have peed ourselves from laughing so hard.
The Axis propaganda machine has continued to churn out new messages to bring more troops to their cause, and has dug in preparing for the allied invasion, set to be launched on Normandy Beach City.
The RED army has launched an attack from the other side, bombarding the front lines with pornography while the Allied forces have begun positioning themselves to land on Beach City.
Things look bleak for the axis aggressors, who have had little luck attracting allies, while even causing SuperWhoLock to laugh at them.
At press time, the allies had begun their landing maneuvers.