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Nekumi
Caldari
Perkone
Posted - 2007.02.02 15:15:00 - [31]
 

Originally by: Elsebeth Rhiannon
It is a sad day indeed.

On a happier one I might laugh at the idea of Jericho Fraction being worried about people killing other people - isn't it in your doctrine to allow exactly the right to do that for everyone? You speak against governments, but what difference is there in you banding together to kill whomever you call enemy, and in me giving my support to my organizations - my clan, my tribe, my nation - out of my own free will, and supporting them in their fights?

If I was an Amarr, or otherwise forced or coerced to my support to my Republic, now then I would understand your concern about morality, but where I am defending the freedom of our clans and tribes to govern themselves independently without the oppression by the Empire, I find Jericho Fraction opposing to that misguided at best. JF was not, last I checked, about peace, safety, and morality for all. You kill people to achieve freedoms, too.


The very simple difference Elsebeth is that your rotten wreck of a government is killing to maintain it's own power and this assassination is in no way related to killing for freedom or any other ideal of worth.

My purpose is freedom, yours is to maintain an edifice which is enslaving your own people all over again.

Devilish Ledoux
Caldari
GoonWaffe
Goonswarm Federation
Posted - 2007.02.02 15:19:00 - [32]
 

Originally by: Elsebeth Rhiannon
I find Jericho Fraction opposing to that misguided at best. JF was not, last I checked, about peace, safety, and morality for all. You kill people to achieve freedoms, too.


Karishal Muritor was not killed to achieve freedom. He was killed to preserve the power of the few over the many.

The leaders of the Republic have forgotten their purpose. The Republic is a means to ensure the freedom the Matari people. The Republic is not an end in and of itself.

"Oh, but we NEED the Republic," you say. "It keeps us FREE," you argue. And what of the Thukker? Are they not as free as you? I would argue that they are more free than you, who hide behind a government that would sooner see you dead than risk its own existence.

Choose your loyalties: Do you stand with the Republic, or do you stand with Freedom? The time when you could claim to stand for both has passed.

LaFond
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2007.02.02 15:20:00 - [33]
 

Captain Muritor defected from the Fleet and stole huge amount of Fleet assets. This is treason and the punishment for treason is death. Apparently the punishment has been dealt.

It is sad that it had to come to this but I really can't think of any other person to blame than Captain Muritor. I also find the accusations that the Fleet did this to appease the Amarr Empire utterly ridiculous. There is nothing political in Fleet punishing a defector that committed treason.

--
James LaFond
Republic citizen

Elsebeth Rhiannon
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2007.02.02 15:29:00 - [34]
 

Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 02/02/2007 15:28:24
I do not feel this is the time or the place for a political discussion with JF about the position of the Thukker in space and the elements that contribute to their freedom, despite that being an interesting topic, really... and I apologice for my part in hijacking this for that purpose. Feel free to catch me in space about it or to start a separate discussion, though; I will answer you as best I can.

Other than that, LF above said all that needs to be said really.

Nekumi
Caldari
Perkone
Posted - 2007.02.02 15:46:00 - [35]
 

Edited by: Nekumi on 02/02/2007 15:43:05
Originally by: Elsebeth Rhiannon
Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 02/02/2007 15:28:24
I do not feel this is the time or the place for a political discussion with JF about the position of the Thukker in space and the elements that contribute to their freedom, despite that being an interesting topic, really... and I apologice for my part in hijacking this for that purpose. Feel free to catch me in space about it or to start a separate discussion, though; I will answer you as best I can.

Other than that, LF above said all that needs to be said really.



This is not about the Thukker, that was one example Elsebeth. Your deflection is flawed and don't try and put it back onto anything but your state sponsored assassination. If you had any sympathy for Muritor you wouldn't have shown your skulking statist face anywhere near this thread.

A man left your corrupt state and was murdered in a cowardly and cold blooded way, to preserve that regime. That is the simple truth here and you cannot disguise it any other way.

How long will it be before Vitoc is being used to quell dissent among the people?

Spiderweb
Caldari
Posted - 2007.02.02 15:58:00 - [36]
 

RISE BROTHERS

I fight for Ideals represended mainly by Matari children, yet Their own people Betray themselves and their brothers?

I feel ashamed for ever stepping and working for officers of the Republic, I can see now they are not better than the Amarr Empire, in their arrogance and corruption.

What the Caldari corporations do to the Universe sickens me, but what transpired Yesterday by the Republic officials repulses me. ALL Minmattar citizens should be ashamed for this treason. Muritor FOUGHT for all people freedom and yet he got Assasinated by trickery and deception, not even in fair combat.

You are corrupt and sick. Yes you. The Republic fleet lackeys that took part in this despicable act of cowardice. You now hold my utter disrespect for anything that have to do with your pathetic goverment. I WILL fight for freedom now and forever, no matter how the Republic tries to interfere, no matter how much your lies and deception help your supposedly arch-enemies, I WILL fight untill the last man woman and child breaths free.
Free of slavery, Free of oppresion, free of corruption ...

The death of Muritor will echo in your souls as the last thundering strike wakes you up from your slumber.

Shame,
for the Republic betraying its most loyal servant

Vengeance,
for the warriors that gave their lives for the cause

Dedication,
in our heart and soul

Untill the Chains are broken...

GoGo Yubari
Veto.
Posted - 2007.02.02 16:01:00 - [37]
 

Assassinations, political expediency and the suppression of dissenting voices. This is the way of governments everywhere. The Matari should place their trust in their kin, not on the foreign constructs that bind them to terms of surrender wrapped in the guise of peace and kept in place by the vox populi. Perhaps the wisdom of tribal elders and clan heads should be heeded instead, as they might lead with more authentic concern rather than being driven by the spineless capitulation of the Republic's leaders.

X3S
Minmatar
Misfits Enterprises
Posted - 2007.02.02 16:24:00 - [38]
 

Karishal Muritor died for what believed in, and will be remember for what he lived for.. Freedom!

Sepherim
Amarr
Ordo Quaesitoris
Ordo Magna
Posted - 2007.02.02 16:29:00 - [39]
 

Mabnen Sysem - Emperor's Family Station - Ordo Quaesitoris' homebase:

The comm channel beeped with an orange light. Somethnig of a certani importance had been located by the searcher. Parameter of the search found: Muritor. Interesting indeed.

Sepherim read through the words of all, and nodded. Most said was already known for him, and much else was predictable. Heclosed the window after reading, and pondered on the issue for a few minutes. Then left the comm channel still searchnig on that issue (as with many others) and returned to his work.

Se'la Rox
Caldari
Lensmen
Posted - 2007.02.02 16:45:00 - [40]
 

Interesting. I think someone just did the Empire's dirty work for them.

Remove a thorn in the side of the Empire? Check.
Create dissent within the Republic? Check.
Hurt the reputation of the Republic leadership? Check.
Push the more extremist factions within the Matar towards outright war? Check.
Increase in the tension yet further, giving the Imperial fleet a legitimate reason to enter the border region in force? Check.

You couldn't have planned it any better. Or perhaps it was?

Nomakai Delateriel
Amarr
Ammatar Free Corps
Curatores Veritatis Alliance
Posted - 2007.02.02 17:00:00 - [41]
 

Originally by: Se'la Rox
Interesting. I think someone just did the Empire's dirty work for them.

Remove a thorn in the side of the Empire? Check.
Create dissent within the Republic? Check.
Hurt the reputation of the Republic leadership? Check.
Push the more extremist factions within the Matar towards outright war? Check.
Increase in the tension yet further, giving the Imperial fleet a legitimate reason to enter the border region in force? Check.

You couldn't have planned it any better. Or perhaps it was?


On the other hand leaving Muritor alive would have pretty much the same consequences. If we're going to use that checklist to determine if an action was planned by the Amarr or not then Muritors defection in the first place would ALSO have been planned by the Amarr empire (which would have made Muritor an Amarr agent, highly ironical given Muritors convictions).

In truth, while the empire looks favorably upon the removal of Muritor, the Republic leadership had to chose between two bad choices. That is the consequence of not having a strong central leadership with absolute authority.

Se'la Rox
Caldari
Lensmen
Posted - 2007.02.02 18:34:00 - [42]
 

Originally by: Nomakai Delateriel
On the other hand leaving Muritor alive would have pretty much the same consequences. If we're going to use that checklist to determine if an action was planned by the Amarr or not then Muritors defection in the first place would ALSO have been planned by the Amarr empire (which would have made Muritor an Amarr agent, highly ironical given Muritors convictions).


I didn't mean to say that it was the only thing that could happen, it's only one possible outcome.

Vendrin
Stimulus
Rote Kapelle
Posted - 2007.02.02 19:05:00 - [43]
 

A sad day. He had courage and strength and was slain by his own. Perhaps the Matari should look for a better form of government, besides that of the Federation.

Irias Salo
Caldari
The Star Wolves
Aunni Ti Tsuun Consortium
Posted - 2007.02.02 19:06:00 - [44]
 

Truly a shame.

Redora
Gallente
Universal Exports
Posted - 2007.02.02 20:13:00 - [45]
 

Edited by: Redora on 02/02/2007 20:13:23
*Redora appears shocked, re-reading over and over the text scrolling down her Neo-Comm... Seeing a former ally post.... And again.... And again. Her shock increasing with each iteration of her "ally's" words.*

Originally by: LaFond
Captain Muritor defected from the Fleet and stole huge amount of Fleet assets. This is treason and the punishment for treason is death. Apparently the punishment has been dealt.

It is sad that it had to come to this but I really can't think of any other person to blame than Captain Muritor. I also find the accusations that the Fleet did this to appease the Amarr Empire utterly ridiculous. There is nothing political in Fleet punishing a defector that committed treason.

--
James LaFond
Republic citizen


TREASON, LaFond, demands a TRIAL, which Captain Muritor was denied. TREASON is "giving aid and comfort to the enemy" whom I would identify as "The Amarr" something I'm SURE Captain Muritor is rolling in his icy grave over. TREASON is not what Captain Muritor committed. Flying for NMTZ (Which I have recently terminated) was an honour, as I THOUGHT we were flying for FREEDOM. Not for the misguided and unwarranted 'sacrifices' the Republic has made to appease The Slavers. I can see now, by Elsebeth (whom I formerly respected as someone who had to put up with a LOT of Alliance Diplo****) and your own posts, that Namtz'aar K'in does NOT stand for freedom, just another form of oppression. Now instead of "Amarr over Matari" it is "Strong over Weak". Captain Muritor saw what was happening--Amarri border raids, Slavers flying to and fro through Matari space--unhindered by the Republic Fleet. He took his own action, action which was not condoned by the Republic, and for that they killed him. UK's response may be 'unreasoned' but NMTZ's is just as much so. It appears that "Let us keep throwing away expendable Matari so long as we remain safe" is the modus operandi of this alliance. Unreasonable, perhaps. But reason was lost when Captain Muritor committed Grand Theft. Reason was lost the day the arrogance of the Amarr lead them to enslave an entire PEOPLE. Reason was lost when Captain Muritor's assassination order was signed. And when "reason" is lost, so is something else. "Justice".

*She angrily slaps "End Transmission".*

Aria Jenneth
Caldari
Kumiho's Smile
Posted - 2007.02.02 20:24:00 - [46]
 

A sad event, for reasons, perhaps, beyond even the obvious. I offer my respects to the deceased, and to the Matari people on both sides of this issue.

I do have a further question, however: can anyone confirm that Muritor was, in fact, killed ship to ship, while in his pod? The reports so far are unclear, and the implications are radically different depending on the manner of his death.

Elsebeth Rhiannon
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2007.02.02 21:23:00 - [47]
 

Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 02/02/2007 21:22:26
This I know now and can confirm, from various sources. Honor and respect to those who have helped us to piece this together, in an effort to get facts clear and prevent a conflict we cannot afford.

Karishal Muritor went to meet Kanth Filmir alone, out of his own call, and ordered his men to stay away. Why he chose to do this is unclear. To my knowledge, there was not explicit promise from Filmir not to shoot, but Muritor possibly had a good reason to assume an implicit one.

In the meeting, Filmir attempted to arrest Muritor, who refused to comply. Filmir received orders to fire, and reluctantly passed them on. Muritor was killed in space, ship to ship, apparently without trying to defend himself.

The pilot database does not list Karishal Muritor anymore, but other than that there is no proof of his permanent death, and I would not consider that proof at all, given that if he is in Fleet custody, striking him from the registry would be a very understandable action.


Darius Shakor
Minmatar
Re-Awakened Technologies Inc
Posted - 2007.02.02 21:58:00 - [48]
 

The lengths you will stretch to clutch at your straws and remain appolagetic for the Republic is astonishing at least.

Do you think Admiral Filmir would have been so emotional about ordering his men to fire if he knew that Karishal would wake up in a clone vat in a Republic Prison? Do you think Karishal would not have a clone somewhere where he could not be captured by the fleet should he be killed in his pod?

I doubt he forgot to take a new clone contract that is not in the middle of a Fleet base after all he had done up until now. He is dead. It was designed that way. How anyone in the fleet or government could think he would simply go along with them because they asked is beyond me. They knew this would be the only outcome and they still did it. If they were prepared to issue these orders they should be prepared to resign with honour instead of continue to serve in government under the pretense of having served 'justice'.

Elsebeth Rhiannon
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2007.02.02 22:38:00 - [49]
 

Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 02/02/2007 23:00:01
At this point, Shakor, I am only piecing together what I can know from evidence, not speculating on motives or explanations. That is a good point, though, when the time for speculation comes.

Whatever stance you take to it, this is a very grim incident, and the reactions to it have even graver implications. Wherever Karishal Muritor is, it is evident he will never fly again, not with you, or with us.

So in effect a great man has died, and another has been forced to slay his brother, and we should all mourn this - no matter which man we believe to be the greater traitor.

Nachshon
Caldari
Tribal Liberation Force
Posted - 2007.02.02 23:32:00 - [50]
 

This is indeed a sad day. A day when brother kills brother.

However, this should not divide us. I say, find those who gave the order, try them in a court of law, and punish them properly.

Ushra'Khan, if you are true Matari, you will work to change the Republic, not attack it. Work from within. Spread the word. Maybe even attempt to form a political party and run for Parliament. I imagine an Ushra'Khan party could get a LOT of votes.

Sapphrine
Neh'bu Kau Beh'Hude
Ushra'Khan
Posted - 2007.02.03 00:43:00 - [51]
 

Originally by: Elsebeth Rhiannon
Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 02/02/2007 21:22:26
In the meeting, Filmir attempted to arrest Muritor, who refused to comply. Filmir received orders to fire, and reluctantly passed them on. Muritor was killed in space, ship to ship, apparently without trying to defend himself.



With respect, this is simply not true. I was the Commander of the Ushra'Khan Forces at the scene of the slaying and I can say with absolute certainty that no effort was made to arrest Karishal. The two men spoke of past conflicts and reminised of an event where Karishal saved Filmir's life. At that point 6 Fleet Tempest Class ships arrived and scrambled Karishal's ship. He was given personal assurances by Filmir prior to the meeting hence the lack of his own men to defend him.

Karishal never stated that he would be willing to be taken into custody and had specifically stated to the contrary in the past. He turned up to a meeting with an old and dear friend out of trust to discuss matters which he had been lead to be of great import. He did not suspect treachery from his dear friend.

It is safe to assume that those higher than Filmir knew full well that Karishal would not be taken without force and the minimal period of time that passed between the refusal to go and the order to fire shows that a standing order to kill him was in place. Whilst the assassination was not as clear cut as turn up and pull the trigger immediately, it is obvious that the intention was to permanently remove Karishal by force.

I agree with you on one thing Elsebeth, Kanth Filmir is a man of honour and he seemed genuinely agonised that he had been chosen for such a mission. He followed his orders, but he betrayed a friend. He will live with that on his conscience.

Elsebeth Rhiannon
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2007.02.03 01:03:00 - [52]
 

Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 03/02/2007 01:00:00
I would not mean to imply that Muritor would have at any point agreed to be taken into custody. It seems to me he most definitely did not. However, it also seems to me Filmir tried to persuade him to before firing. That is all I meant. My apologies for any misunderstandings.

It seems likely now that Muritor went to the meeting without expecting to be stopped by force. It seems also likely Filmir was prepared to use force, though he seems to have hoped it would not be necessary. To which extent, if any, he had to mislead Muritor or lie to him to achieve the meeting is currently unknown to me.


Telemicus Thrace
Thrace Inc
Posted - 2007.02.03 01:10:00 - [53]
 

Words are twisted, knives are brandished in back alleys and the mask of the Minmatar Republic slips a little further.

Karishal was lured to a secret meeting with his former friend Filmir. This was not the first such meeting and these matters were always handled as solitary meetings. The Republic can twist and turn like an Amarrian as much as it wants. Whether or not this stipulation to come alone was explicitly made this time is irrelevant. They knew full well Karishal would come alone and that he would not attack his own people. The Republic Fleet relied on this to spring their trap. True he was offered the chance to hand himself over but that is just more twisting in the wind. Karishal, like many of us, are accused of treason and are outlaws in the Republic. In custody or in space he was a dead man the moment the trap was sprung. At least he died in the freedom of space than in a Republican termination chamber, or as Elsebeth has hinted at, ‘disappeared’ by the Parliamentary secret police.

Yes, Karishal Muritor is dead. His body lies in state at Unity Station. He was a great man, a warrior and a hero to his people. He no doubt chose to not raise his defenses to simply avoid prolonging the inevitable. He was trapped and doomed to die and he knew it. The only way for him to escape would be for us to slaughter the Republic death squad that had been sent for him. That was a line Karishal was not prepared to cross, even if it cost him his life. He was a truly great and noble man.

The relationship between the Republic and those who fight to free our people from the Amarr has been close at times, tenuous at others. To have sent a death squad to murder such a prominent Freedom Fighter, or any of our Brothers, is a line that should never have been crossed. The Republic leadership has shown now that they are prepared to use their weaponry against those who seek to free our people rather than against those who daily enslave our people. Karishal and The Defiants were right to steal those capital ships from the Republic, I cannot imagine the genocide they could create with them in the name of peaceful relations with the slavers.

Even as I prepare this broadcast paramilitary agents threaten us in private while in public they invite us to effect change in the Republic. This is the duplicity we face and a duplicity that has no place in Matari affairs. I expect this from the Ammatar but not from you. The Ushra’Khan party, amusing since the Republic denies us any vote and has listed most of us as outlaws and traitors. We do however seek to change the Republic for the better.

Citizens of the Republic, miners, agent contractors, traders, industrialists and merchants. Do not be kow-towed by the Fleet or the Paramilitaries. You are free Matari, made so by Freedom Fighters like Drupar & Karishal. Millions more of our kin are yet to be freed. Stand now and be counted, demand Republic Elections now. Show us that this is not your will to be led by these cowards. Fill the skies of Pator in protest, raise your fists in the air. It is time for the Sebiestor tribe to stand down and make way for stronger leaders. You have 20 days remaining.

As for the accusations, albeit round about and wrapped in double talk, that I am lying about the public assassination of Karishal. It is my turn to ask for proof. I demand proof that Karin Midular is in fact a Sebiestor and not a Nafantar agent sent by the Mandate to bring the Rebuplic slowly to it’s knees. My own science team will extract a genetic sample from her in person. She should come alone to a meeting place of our choosing. I await an official communiqué from the Republic Parliament with great anticipation.


Ikar Kaltin
Amarr
Beatus Tutela
The Reclaimers
Posted - 2007.02.03 01:15:00 - [54]
 

I have one question...ushrakhan....what is your problem. You speak of treachery, of a nation betrayed by its leaders, of a great man killed.

The man killed was not only a terrorist, but a THIEF from the Republic fleet. He stole ships, capitals as well as normal ships, from the Republic. This is a message that such trechory will not go unpunished, The Republic has fought back at those who would steal from them, to show that the Republic is not to be double crossed lightly.

Congratulations to the Republic Fleet

Elsebeth Rhiannon
Minmatar
Gradient
Electus Matari
Posted - 2007.02.03 01:16:00 - [55]
 

Edited by: Elsebeth Rhiannon on 03/02/2007 01:20:24
I have not implied you lie, Thrace. I have never implied that, and if you stop to read back you can see that personally I would have put my money on your account to be the truth - like it seems to be turning out to be, if with a different set of implications that I would choose to put on it.

I understand your grief and your rage, but hear me and hold them back for now. Let us all adjust to the shock, and let us talk to people, and get our bearings. Let us mourn, and then when that is done and we are calmer, let us talk.

I will refrain from answering any further, for now. I do not want this to escalate any further.

If there are threats towards you from Gradient members, please let me know immediately. That should not happen.


Gorion Wassenar
Caldari
Stimulus
Rote Kapelle
Posted - 2007.02.03 02:16:00 - [56]
 

How unusual to see the Republic take such a "hands on" action in their politics. Guess the period of a passive Republic government is over for good or ill.

Aria Jenneth
Caldari
Kumiho's Smile
Posted - 2007.02.03 04:16:00 - [57]
 

Hm. If he was downed in his pod, this seems a very ominous circumstance indeed.

The Republic would, presumably, not have fired on Muritor if they did not know for certain that he would -not- be waking up in a clone bay, outside of their control. After all, to do so would be to face the probability of violating truce without neutralizing the perceived threat.

Either the Republic has set Muritor up to fake his own death (unlikely, as if the scheme failed it would be hugely embarrassing, and if it succeeded they'd face the ongoing risk of it failing for as long as Muritor lived), or the Republic has the means to either jam or otherwise sabotage the cloning process. I would suggest that some investigation by Muritor's allies into exactly how he failed to clone would be more than a good idea.

What we are seeing here is the apparently successful execution of a pod pilot-- an operation which has, statistically, only about a 2% chance of success, based on clone failure rates. The implications are chilling: through one means or another, at least one empire (the Republic) would appear to have the means to control pod pilots, or at least to dispose of those who cause it sufficient grief. Whether this is unique to Muritor's circumstances or common to the entire community, it seems like a good idea for politically-active pod pilots to frequently and randomly switch the locations of their active clones so as to hopefully ensure a successful awakening from their next deaths.

Until we have a better understanding of what happened to Muritor, it appears that paranoia is, once again, a survival trait among those in our profession.

Thomas Maleficus
Caldari
Posted - 2007.02.03 04:38:00 - [58]
 

I humbly request that all interested freedom fighters, Minmatar and supporters on both sides set aside their differences in this matter for a time to pay respect. We need to understand somthing, what ever Muritors detractors take issue with, he is dead, and he served the Matari, and was a war hero, and still is. Muritor sacrificed much for the Matari before the Defiants, honour those actions if you have any compassion. Do not let this degrade to name calling and arguing. What is done is done, do not dishonour him. You cannot fail to recognise the good he did before the Defiants, even if you fail to recognise the value of what he did with the Defiants. It does no service to anyone to fail to honour him in death for the dead cannot defend themselves. I would honour my gravest enemy in his death and expect no less of all of you who consider themselves honourable. Give time to mourn and sort this out later.

Those who wish to view the body to pay their respects may contact me. Only those serious about paying their respects will be permitted and if I doubt your intentions for a second you will be denied.

Nachshon
Caldari
Tribal Liberation Force
Posted - 2007.02.03 05:05:00 - [59]
 

Originally by: Thomas Maleficus
I humbly request that all interested freedom fighters, Minmatar and supporters on both sides set aside their differences in this matter for a time to pay respect. We need to understand somthing, what ever Muritors detractors take issue with, he is dead, and he served the Matari, and was a war hero, and still is. Muritor sacrificed much for the Matari before the Defiants, honour those actions if you have any compassion. Do not let this degrade to name calling and arguing. What is done is done, do not dishonour him. You cannot fail to recognise the good he did before the Defiants, even if you fail to recognise the value of what he did with the Defiants. It does no service to anyone to fail to honour him in death for the dead cannot defend themselves. I would honour my gravest enemy in his death and expect no less of all of you who consider themselves honourable. Give time to mourn and sort this out later.


Seconded. I do not believe that Muritor would wish his death to be the trigger for a Matari civil war.

Lion El'Johnson
Minmatar
escape the newbie corp tax
Posted - 2007.02.03 05:37:00 - [60]
 

Edited by: Lion El''Johnson on 03/02/2007 05:34:43
Hmmmm interesting indeed.

So the republic would stoop so low as to kill a man who fights for a principle that our race was reborn on?

The Minmatar Republic officials are hereby passed a vote of no confidence from Lion's Emporium. Civil war could be well on the horizon for such a despicable act such as this. Lion's Emporium is hereby resetting its standings toward known corporations that operate in accordance with Republic policy.

We True Matari must not tolerate this. The Republic leaders should be made accountable for this and our government should recieve a little shake down.

Never in my deepest nightmares would I have ever thought I would see the day when the Republic started to act as the Empire.

Tis a sad day indeed. Rest in Peace Karishal Muritor.

So begins a dark time for the Matari...

Proper Regards,
Lion El'Johnson
CEO
Lion's Emporium Corporation.


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