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Jessie Dune
Minmatar
Posted - 2011.06.27 23:08:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Jessie Dune on 27/06/2011 23:08:24
First off I would of asked this privately, but it seems I am denied the means so here goes.

My sources have informed me that Arkady Sadik, a director of GRD has made it policy that everyone who has a relationship with a individual that is red to EM must record and hand to him copies of their, and I quote "Intimate actions." Is this just a director needing w*nk marital, or has gradient seriously tried to take away the most basic of freedoms from its members.

As a long term supporter of EM I would prefer to think "Kady" just wanted a new p*rn source then that the principle member of EM, a freedom fighting alliance, wants to deny its members the freedom of seeing who they wish to, without becoming the talk of the mess the next day.

So whats the story? and my sources are numerous and trustworthy so not really much point of denying it.

Karlos Korachi
Caldari
Veto Corp
Posted - 2011.06.27 23:27:00 - [2]
 


Y'know, this is a funny one to me.

Gradient tried for so long to harm my relationship with my Fiancée, and tried to keep it in the dark that one of their Directors was involved with a Gurista, a pirate.

They pressured her and pressured her. Even demoted her and victimised her eventually to try and get her to break away from me. She was very nearly outcast by her own people, her own blood, because she chose to be with me.

In the end, Gradient's leadership are nothing more than a pack of racist, belligerant control freaks hell bent on keeping their own little inbred society going.

The manifesto of the current Republic Regime under Shakor is one of tolerance and one of resurgency to bring the Republic storming into modern and progressive times, yet corporations like Gradient remain closed off, rooted in the past, unwilling to risk interaction with anyone not of their blood and breeding.

Racist, belligerant, arrogant and intolerant morons lead that corporation, and it's no surprise that one of the largest powerhouses in Electus Matari eventually up and left.

If Sadik wants answers, he can stop harassing her and come to me. I've got all the answers he needs.


Jessie Dune
Minmatar
Posted - 2011.06.27 23:35:00 - [3]
 

Edited by: Jessie Dune on 27/06/2011 23:46:56
Originally by: Karlos Korachi

Y'know, this is a funny one to me.

Gradient tried for so long to harm my relationship with my Fiancée, and tried to keep it in the dark that one of their Directors was involved with a Gurista, a pirate.

They pressured her and pressured her. Even demoted her and victimised her eventually to try and get her to break away from me. She was very nearly outcast by her own people, her own blood, because she chose to be with me.

In the end, Gradient's leadership are nothing more than a pack of racist, belligerant control freaks hell bent on keeping their own little inbred society going.

The manifesto of the current Republic Regime under Shakor is one of tolerance and one of resurgency to bring the Republic storming into modern and progressive times, yet corporations like Gradient remain closed off, rooted in the past, unwilling to risk interaction with anyone not of their blood and breeding.

Racist, belligerant, arrogant and intolerant morons lead that corporation, and it's no surprise that one of the largest powerhouses in Electus Matari eventually up and left.

If Sadik wants answers, he can stop harassing her and come to me. I've got all the answers he needs.




So do you suspect this policy is even more pressure placed upon your fiancée after all else failed? I'm just trying to find out why GRD made this, basically Amarr like move, though I think you summed up their leadership nicely.

Alizabeth Vea
Posted - 2011.06.27 23:55:00 - [4]
 

I have found that, generally speaking, people take women more seriously the more clothes they are wearing. Just a thought.

Jessie Dune
Minmatar
Posted - 2011.06.28 00:08:00 - [5]
 

Edited by: Jessie Dune on 28/06/2011 00:08:34
Originally by: Alizabeth Vea
I have found that, generally speaking, people take women more seriously the more clothes they are wearing. Just a thought.


I'm Matari and proud, I like my tattoos being on show, how was I to know the concord cameras wouldn't pick up my body tattoos?


Kasuko Merin
Posted - 2011.06.28 00:48:00 - [6]
 

I like this woman.

Kyo Haku
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2011.06.28 00:54:00 - [7]
 

Edited by: Kyo Haku on 28/06/2011 01:00:05
You are partially correct. The standing order is "All members of Gradient are aware that close association with hostiles is dangerous to themselves and the corporation. If a relationship of any kind beyond "talking terms" develops between a member of Gradient and a hostile (as defined by corp or alliance standings), the member of Gradient will inform one of their superiors (shift manager, director, or CEO) and give reasons for this association, to prevent misunderstandings and possible allegiations of treason."

Without going into detail about the internal discussion, this order, while implemented by Mr. Sadik, was approved by the CEO and created to prevent conflicts of interest.

Elsebeth Rhiannon
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2011.06.28 06:39:00 - [8]
 

Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 28/06/2011 06:41:53
Captain Sonja Dragooran was not demoted, but voluntarily stepped down from a position of command when realizing she was compromised by a conflict of interests. She remains a member of the corporation in good standing.

Otherwise, this is a Gradient internal matter and will not be further discussed in public. Pilot Kyo Haku's explanation is sufficient for any outsider.

Thank you.

Elsebeth Rhiannon
CEO
Gradient

Lyn Farel
Knighthood of the Merciful Crown
Posted - 2011.06.28 12:36:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Karlos Korachi

The manifesto of the current Republic Regime under Shakor is one of tolerance and one of resurgency to bring the Republic storming into modern and progressive times, yet corporations like Gradient remain closed off, rooted in the past, unwilling to risk interaction with anyone not of their blood and breeding.




This sounds contradictory. You are comparing the past affiliations (Midular ?) of openess, with Shakorite doctrines revolving around a strong cultural and nationalistic identity, yet you state that hermetic and insular relationships are the proper of the first Matari Republic.

If I misunderstood something, please do not take offense of my comment.

Originally by: Jessie Dune


So do you suspect this policy is even more pressure placed upon your fiancée after all else failed? I'm just trying to find out why GRD made this, basically Amarr like move, though I think you summed up their leadership nicely.


I highly doubt any proper Amarrian would act like this. When similar cases happen in conservative or reclusive families/entities, they usually try to cut it off as soon as they can.

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C C P
C C P Alliance
Posted - 2011.06.28 12:41:00 - [10]
 

Locked. This is not in character in the slightest.


 

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