Evidence from social media suggests the younger Pevensie, Lucy, may have been groomed for some time by an AS agent with the log-on name ‘Tumnus’.
Lucy and her sister Susan may, it is feared, have crossed into Narnia to become Satyr-brides. Their brothers, Peter and Edmund, are on record as stating their wish to join the insurgency against the White Witch Jadis.
There are concerns that the children are quite unprepared for the reality of life among Aslanic State, which has a history of equipping boys with swords and talking horses and sending them to fight werewolves.
The British Government’s stated position is that Aslanism is a terrorist organisation, described by the British Prime Minister recently as “a perversion of true fairy tales.”
Despite this, many children are attracted to Aslanic State’s imagery. Some are said to be disgusted by Britain’s refusal to launch missile strikes against Narnia.
The Russian Federation has defended the White Witch's record in power, claiming reports that prisoners of war are being petrified and the doodled upon in her compound are "lies and propaganda".
The Foreign Office claims boycotts of Turkish Delight require longer to take effect, stating: "The British Government remains committed to a peaceful resolution, bringing Queen Jadis and Aslanic State to the negotiating table, which is round and made of stone inscribed with the Deep Magic."
There are fears of what may happen when radicalised youngsters return from Narnia with experience fighting with swords and bows.
“Children may gain years of combat experience in Narnia,” claims a psychologist from Experiment House, “yet return to ‘Spare Oom’, as Aslanic State refers to the UK, only to find no time has passed. These disorientated and dangerous children will require years of counselling.”
Prof. Digory Kirkwood has blamed educational reforms for the vulnerability of young people to Aslanic State's grooming, specifically a "lack of rigorous philosophical training”, adding, “What do they teach them in schools these days?”
Security forces are said to be watching all wardrobes closely.