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Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.07 00:56:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Jade Constantine on 07/12/2009 16:01:27

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For Immediate Release

This past 24 hours I have seen with my own eyes a disgusting thing. A vile thing. A shameful, malignant and horrifying treachery that reminds me nothing is as corrupt and corruptible as nationalism itself.

Tonight across the Minmatar/Amarrian lowsec front Republic Fleet officers are ordering their gun-ports closed, their weapons silenced, their ships stood down from action as Caldari Foreign Legionnaires complete the capture of system strong-points to permit the invasion of Amarrian slave-barges while military units descend from orbit and “reclaim” the populations of once free worlds.

No contested world is safe, the Republic Fleet has betrayed the Republic. All Matari worlds in the conflict zone are ripe to fall like helpless dominoes fully denied the protection of the standing military as the Republic officers betray their trust and office at the word of base traitors and vacilating cowards.

A year and half of bloodshed and striving by freedom-fighters, Matari tribal warriors, Thukker freebooters, and liberating heroes of all races and creeds is being undone by the treachery of the Republic Fleet itself.

Three men stand accused:

The first the piffling bureaucratic mouthpiece Admiral Jonar who has issued dictats and call to arms for others for the TLF and now stands idly-by as his fleet allows safe passage and orbital surrender to Capsule-caste officers in the employ of the State Protectorate militia. Joined in this abandonment of military duty are the notable Midularist appeasers Admirals Filmir and Lyarl, two figures linked to killing of Karishal Muritor thus demonstrating they are far more efficient at ending the lives of Matari fighters than protecting those Minmatar citizens now going to the slave mines on 24th and State Protect transports in the systems under threat.

This is a the basest failure and vilest treachery imaginable and while billions stand under threat to life and freedom on the worlds below the Republic fleet continues to stand back and do nothing on a hundred patrols sites around as many military installations across the warzone.

Conspiracy theories have burned across the fluidcom network today, everything from IFF code hacking to bribery to major infiltration of Republic fleet command and control but nothing is proven or can be said but that Republic Fleet stands idle while Matari citizens are taken as slaves from the worlds under their protection.

This coterie of Midular-era Fleet commanders noteworthy for little else beyond shooting their own to placate a notorious political appeaser, have achieved an astonishing betrayal which must stagger the political consensus of the Matari republic to its very core.

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.07 00:56:00 - [2]
 

Edited by: Jade Constantine on 07/12/2009 01:06:42

So I address myself now directly to this craven body of ingrate lickspittle self-worshipping traitors to their own people:

Admiral Jonar, Admiral Flimir, Admiral Lyarl.

I spit in your faces you gutless worms, may your bones buckle under gravity, your eyes diminish to blindness, your limbs cripple, your stomachs rot and your blood become venomous poison in your veins. You heinous cowardly tapeworm-breed! You foul mockeries of spindle-legged shuffling obscenity. You are not men to stand shuffling papers and looking the other way while military ships under your command are ignored by State Protectorate vessels conquering the free space you are sworn to protect. You are lower than animals, lower than insects and dung-beetles. If you had pride you would take your own lives rather than insult any free-thinking mind in this Star Cluster who must be affronted and sickened at your base and monstrous betrayal of all the oaths you swore to protect.

But you have no pride so I must take your lives instead.

I call on any loyal to the Matari people, above Republic, above bureaucracy and nationalist treachery, I call to heroes and common men, I call to fighters and smugglers, to terrorists and dissidents, to those men loyal to the memory of Karishal Muritor who still maintain a position in the republic fleet. You must rise. You must rise and take the lives of these traitors and cowards and paint your faces with the blood of those who would see you sold like chattel on the streets of KamelaV.

I will pay a bounty of one billion ISK for the corpse of each of these men: Admirals Jonar, Flimir and Lyarl must die. And when they are dead let those who took their lives look long and hard on the nationalism that brought you to this point.

For it is nationalism that raises policy and petty bureaucracy above the life and freedom of your brothers and sisters, it is nationalism that allows an enemy to fall upon your homesteads like wolves from space to enslave and degrade your mothers and your fathers, and it is nationalism that will do nothing now but wring its hands helplessly and look away as you explain to your children why you could do nothing to save the billions who will be traded like pawns for foul diplomatic compromise and continued appeasement.

The Elder Fleets returned a year and half ago for war, total war, war for liberation and the heart of a people trapped in darkness. Now the last of that victory has been traded away for nothing by weak-minded fools and cowards spinning petty treasons drunk on cheap liquor and tawdry dreams.

You must rise, but when you do reach for Khumaak not nationalist delusion for your weapon. Take power for yourselves; take power for your kinsmen and those you care about. Fight anyone who dares speak of “the greater good” or such memetic detritus beloved of liars and deceitful statesmen the universe across.

The republic fleet has betrayed the republic. The nation has betrayed its people. Blood must flow and vengeance must be satisfied. This is the legacy of nationalist folly. And I as an anarchist must tell you that the days to come will be filled with ash and terror before your people will know peace or laughter in times to come. These are the dark times, these are times of blood and horror, these the times of war and sacrifice when a man must stand and make his own path.

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.07 00:58:00 - [3]
 


You must choose whether to live as slaves of Amarrian or State, slaves of republic and traitors, slaves of convention and failure, slaves of disappointment and betrayal, live as slaves or choose a different path, a bloody and brutal path, a violent and terrible destiny in the first days.

For freedom is a jagged *****, a barbed-wire dream of agony and yearning. Freedom is a wide-bore firearm clutched in shaking hands and pointed close at the face of God. Freedom is a siren scream to pierce the heart and banish ease and complacency forever. Freedom is the memory of sweet and addictive possibility that becomes encompassing obsession: a brutal march of inevitable destruction of all that stands against her burning eyes and driving song.

Freedom is your legacy people of Matar. But only if you have the courage to grasp it and now you must kill anyone that stands in your way, even traitors to your own blood.

Bashiri
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:00:00 - [4]
 

These system are now back in the hands of the one true god.



Wayward Daughter
Minmatar
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:01:00 - [5]
 

Has it occurred to you that perhaps the Admirals in question have had a sudden and telling change of heart? I see no conspiracy here; only the work of God.

theRaptor
Caldari
Tactical Operations
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:06:00 - [6]
 

I praise these Matari officers for having the foresight and God given clarity to realise the hopelessness of their situation. Rather than struggle on futily like a wounded animal, even to the extent of gnawing off a limb to escape a trap, these men and women have willingly laid their weapons down before their masters and accepted the Pax Amarr.

God and Sarum be praised!

Kaldor Mintat
Adhocracy Incorporated
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:09:00 - [7]
 

Actually since you took in the now empress (reviled as a traditionbreaker and vilest of vile but as always victory excuses all) to your hearts better and truer and more honest to say its for the empire and empress i would say. You may continue to sprout talk of your god above all but actions and deeds speak higher than words.

Revan Neferis
Amarr
Propaganda Due
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:12:00 - [8]
 

Lady Neferis reads the communiqué and sits for some little time twisting the words in her mind, frowning, as she stares into the fire.

"I have a great deal of love for your people...( minmatars )"

Echoes of words spoken publicly not long ago to a commoner returns to her mind as she watches the holo again.

"After all; there may be nothing in it. It may be only her freedom-fighter conscience." Revan whispers to herself pushing away her untested dinner and lit the unsavoury premium Opus X which is the companion of her deepest meditations.

"I wonder...why would she care..."
She swirls the ice cubes with the straw in her freshly-scored drink and watches the candle flame flicker...

"Why would a woman like her would mind if the sub-race explode themselves to pieces..."

A few Sani Sabik guards walks in the great hall, it's their patrolling time. They bow respectfully, one by one to their Sovereign but she ignores them purposefully, stares up at the arched ceilings, at the gold-edged frescoes, as if they hold the answer to some forgotten question.

She stands, her heels clicking darkly over the dark marble floor, echoing from the hall and beyond towards her office.



Havohej
Du'uma Fiisi Integrated Astrometrics
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:13:00 - [9]
 

A sad and difficult thing it is to have to swallow, that despite all the best efforts of the Elders over a year ago, despite the best efforts of bold, intrepid Minmatar and allied capsuleers flying under the banner of the Tribal Liberation Force on behalf of our people, there remains yet so much corruption in the upper echelons of the broken Republic Government that we cannot even trust in the Republic Fleet itself to defend our peoples' space and freedom from Amarr encroachment.

And I have been oft and vehemently criticized for my anti-Republic stance even while doing everything in my power and my corporation's power to try and ensure continued freedom for our Tribes... with the still-existing treachery now so exposed, is it any wonder? I wonder what reward these traitors expect the slavers will give them. While it is impossible to know how much headway Sanmatar Shakor has made, given that we still have yet to hear anything about what became of his Tribal Assembly, I can only pray to the gods that the Sanmatar has gathered about him enough political might to throw down these usurpers and unbind the hands of the brave men and women of the Republic Fleet so that they may once more respond to Amarr and Caldari interlopers with righteous fury befitting Minmatar warship personnel.

Lucius Vindictus
Amarr
East Khanid Trading
Khanid Trade Syndicate
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:19:00 - [10]
 

Edited by: Lucius Vindictus on 07/12/2009 01:24:54
Originally by: Kaldor Mintat
Actually since you took in the now empress (reviled as a traditionbreaker and vilest of vile but as always victory excuses all) to your hearts better and truer and more honest to say its for the empire and empress i would say. You may continue to sprout talk of your god above all but actions and deeds speak higher than words.


The "actions and deeds" of mortal and capsuleer alike speak rather loudly in our favor, i'd say.

theRaptor
Caldari
Tactical Operations
Posted - 2009.12.07 01:23:00 - [11]
 

Edited by: theRaptor on 07/12/2009 01:27:29
Originally by: Kaldor Mintat
reviled as a traditionbreaker and vilest of vile


Pah, false tradition and meaningless superstition. If the concept of the "sanctity of divine flesh" was true then God would not have allowed the Empress to live.

House Sarum was divinely tasked to see us through these dark times. And while the Empress had to suffer some indignity the security of the Empire is worse upsetting the quiet conservatism of those more interested in tea parties with their slaves than God's Holy work.

Julianus Soter
Gallente
Moira.
Posted - 2009.12.07 04:21:00 - [12]
 

Republic Fleet High Command should immediately investigate and reprimand these offices, and additionally change to an agressive rules of engagement to stop the New Reclaiming from taking hold of new systems.

Gaven Lok'ri
Amarr
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2009.12.07 06:34:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Julianus Soter
Republic Fleet High Command should immediately investigate and reprimand these offices, and additionally change to an agressive rules of engagement to stop the New Reclaiming from taking hold of new systems.


I suggest a different course of action. Kill the morons who got the Republic and the Federation into this war in the first place.

I find it funny that the people being targeted here are, with one exception, the admirals who worked to try and prevent this war. Do you really think that those same admirals are active during this Shakorite tyranny?

Nomakai Delateriel
Amarr
Ammatar Free Corps
Curatores Veritatis Alliance
Posted - 2009.12.07 07:19:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Gaven Lok'ri
I find it funny that the people being targeted here are, with one exception, the admirals who worked to try and prevent this war. Do you really think that those same admirals are active during this Shakorite tyranny?


Since when was the statements of Jade Constantine in line with such silly things as "facts" or "logical conclusions"?
No. Jade has a simple approach:
1. Find someone she dislikes.
2. Blame them for all the worlds problems, regardless of the issue or to what extent they could possibly have any effect on the matter at hand.

Vincent Death
Inglorious-Basterds
Posted - 2009.12.07 07:31:00 - [15]
 

When you expect a man to do what is against his nature, when you demand that he act for the good of the many and against his own best interests, when you continue to praise the false virtue of altruism...this is your result.

Rodj Blake
Amarr
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2009.12.07 09:19:00 - [16]
 

Originally by: Jade Constantine

I will pay a bounty of one billion ISK for the corpse of each of these men: Admirals Jonar, Flimir and Lyarl must die.



Does the offering of this bounty signal a change in SF policy?

Roland Rose
Gallente
Posted - 2009.12.07 09:45:00 - [17]
 

Originally by: Rodj Blake
Originally by: Jade Constantine

I will pay a bounty of one billion ISK for the corpse of each of these men: Admirals Jonar, Flimir and Lyarl must die.



Does the offering of this bounty signal a change in SF policy?


Yeah, Revan is back and now Jade can afford to buy things. Laughing

edeity
Amarr
Posted - 2009.12.07 11:14:00 - [18]
 

There are other things those outside the protection of Amarrian law are useful for. Important things. Spiritual things. So fear not, for my small part at least there is no intent to make slaves of those abandoned by your "Freedom" fighters. Much higher purpose will be pursued with those whom we capture or recruit.

But we do come for your people.

Lord Meriak
Amarr
Amarrian Retribution
Posted - 2009.12.07 11:28:00 - [19]
 

Sorry Jade but Star fraction is not in the fw and lets face it. from the docking ring of kamela u never will be.

If you did support the republic you would have gotten in the fight FULLY rather dipping your toe in and out.


Kade Jeekin
Kinda'Shujaa
Posted - 2009.12.07 11:36:00 - [20]
 

Edited by: Kade Jeekin on 07/12/2009 11:37:18
Actually it's mind control. There's a device which makes the navy think that you're a friend despite you stabbing them in the back. Check this report out:

http://www.eveonline.com/ingameboard.asp?a=topic&threadID=1228242

The Minmatar had an unofficial convention with the Amarr that they wouldn't use such weapons. Despite it being used extensively in the Gallente/Caldari conflict. Now, after taking all the Gallente systems the Caldari have started using it against the Republic. The device is freely available and can be used against any of the navies in losec. I don't believe it would work in hisec however.

There is a lobby of CONCORD to get the ROE changed to outlaw the use of such weapons. If you care your might like to sign up with the lobby:
http://www.eveonline.com/ingameboard.asp?a=topic&threadID=1224938

PS: it only works against Faction Navies, not against other capsuleers. Who have more control over how they percieve enemies.

Sepherim
Amarr
Ordo Quaesitoris
Ordo Magna
Posted - 2009.12.07 11:41:00 - [21]
 

It is indeed a strange fenomenon, but I doubt it is a conspiracy as such. It would be too blatant and obvious. Or else, the treason comes from Mr. Shakor himself, which would be strange and rather improbable.

No, I believe it probably has a more simple reason: those pilots are most likely not pod pilots. As such, they die. Definitively. I believe that they are willing to die fighting the "Amarr slavers", but aren't willing to do so fighting the Caldari, which are not directly their enemies.

Sinjin Mokk
Stillwater Corporation
Posted - 2009.12.07 11:57:00 - [22]
 

How very fascinating.

I’m going to go one step further and suggest the theory that perhaps these admirals gave Star fraction their walking papers.

Over the past month or so, the Empire has pointed out evidence of Star Fraction involvement in the war. Time and again they have provoked military action while taking careful steps not to actually join the Republic Military or even join its militia. We have shown them to be little more than parasites, sucking the blood from the Republic, sending Minmatar troops out to die while reaping the financial benefits and taking none of the risk.

(This is how they are able to post such a high bounty.)

I would think that a group that cares about the Minmatar people half as much as Star Fraction claims to, would take that bounty money and buy food and shelter for the people in the Republic who need it. They would try to be peace-makers instead of terrorists and war-mongers.

I say again Star Fraction. You have zero credibility and no moral standing. You are the Molok of this age and we Amarr see through your lies and deception.

It is not my place to say, but I would like to think that we can use this opportunity to create a stable peace along the borderlands. Send in the diplomats! Our governments and people have a long way to go for a lasting peace, but at least we have an opportunity to create stability in the area.

And if we care about our people, isn’t that what we really want to try for?

Gabriel Darkefyre
Minmatar
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.07 13:02:00 - [23]
 

Edited by: Gabriel Darkefyre on 07/12/2009 13:05:48
It would appear that blaming the Fleet Admirals for this failure of duty is more than a little presumptious.

For almost a year now, we have noticed this phenomenon occuring across the Gallente/Caldari Theatre as well and have been conducting research upon various components discovered within the wreckage of Navy Vessels from both sides.

In the end, it came down to this component

*A 3 Dimensional Holo Image of a Circuitboard is Shown*

This is the Main FOF Recognition Circuit, an integral part of the Targetting Computers on board Navy Vessels.

Analysis has shown that this component is Identical in both Gallente Navy Ships and in Caldari Navy Ships and is supplied to the Empires from a single Source.

CONCORD

These chips are designed in such a way that if a pilot is registered on the CONCORD Databanks as being in Good Standing with the Empire that owns the Navy Vessel, then the Targetting Computer will simply not register the Pilot as being a Valid Choice for Targetting. There is a Subroutine which allows targetting if the Pilot has opened fire upon a vessel of that Empire within the previous 15 Minutes however.

Unfortunately, this design was released to the Empires prior to the Issuing of the Militia Powers Act. As such, there hasn't been an update to the Software to register Members of the Opposing Militias as being Valid Targetting Choices Automatically.

It is also designed in such a way that it cannot be disabled or bypassed without completely disabling the Vessels Targetting Computer in the Process.

----

So, in the end, this failure wasn't due to any Treachery on the Part of the Minmatar Command Structure, rather it was as a result of a serious design flaw that affects the Navy Vessels of all the Empires Equally.

Let us just hope that CONCORD are working on a Update to this component.

Cadirro
DAEDALUS X
The Final Stand.
Posted - 2009.12.07 13:40:00 - [24]
 

Originally by: Sinjin Mokk
How very fascinating.

I’m going to go one step further and suggest the theory that perhaps these admirals gave Star fraction their walking papers.

Over the past month or so, the Empire has pointed out evidence of Star Fraction involvement in the war. Time and again they have provoked military action while taking careful steps not to actually join the Republic Military or even join its militia. We have shown them to be little more than parasites, sucking the blood from the Republic, sending Minmatar troops out to die while reaping the financial benefits and taking none of the risk.

(This is how they are able to post such a high bounty.)

I would think that a group that cares about the Minmatar people half as much as Star Fraction claims to, would take that bounty money and buy food and shelter for the people in the Republic who need it. They would try to be peace-makers instead of terrorists and war-mongers.

I say again Star Fraction. You have zero credibility and no moral standing. You are the Molok of this age and we Amarr see through your lies and deception.

It is not my place to say, but I would like to think that we can use this opportunity to create a stable peace along the borderlands. Send in the diplomats! Our governments and people have a long way to go for a lasting peace, but at least we have an opportunity to create stability in the area.

And if we care about our people, isn’t that what we really want to try for?



If you ask me, putting all time and effort, all work and blood towards the cause of trying to free, and keep free, innocent Matari on the worlds down there, is more of a moral standing than any Amarrian royalist can claim.

Calling the Star Fraction the Molok of this age is indeed a funny thing to say, as this depends greatly on your own point of view. Do you think a freed slave, whose life was taken from him years ago and now finally given back, or a Republic fleet pilot who was backed up by Star Fraction forces will see them as a Molok?

Or would it rather be the fanatics who caused all of this misery in the name of their wretched god?

Talking about morale, how is it even defined nowadays? Is it all about right and wrong ideals? Or just mere sticking to a predefined agenda?
If so, our biological superiority and ability to outmaneuver death has apparently led to a degrading sense of what morale once was:
A collection of questions. Questions and answers, that every sane mind would know how to answer.

Is it right to take lives, free will and control over their actions from a human soul equal to ones own?

There was a time when everyone would know the answer, but apparently, once more in human history, a god, created by humans, whose sole purpose is to grant power to those who don't have other ideals that qualify them for leadership, deviates, obscures and dampens the minds of those who believe.

Hearing an Amarrian royalist talking about "caring about and feeding Matari poeple" in the exact moment where thousands of them are ****d, ravished, abused and beaten, as well as billions of them denied control over their actions by Vitoc, makes it hard for me to believe we originated from the same species.

Anyhow, I got carried away a little, my apologies.

Emporio Briton
Posted - 2009.12.07 13:48:00 - [25]
 

Edited by: Emporio Briton on 07/12/2009 13:49:52
Oh these people didnt suffer they were given an option.

Either be happy with the change of occupancy and assimilate into the Amarr Empire or be destroyed.

They chose the latter, so a full systems wide planatary bombarment order was issued. Every plannet and habital, roid moon and dust cloud was decimated with air to ground artillary and incendry ammunition. They died rather quick. So no suffereing was involved.

Must of been an amazing sight from the ground looking up at all that flying towards you, trueley awe inspiring Wink


Rodj Blake
Amarr
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2009.12.07 13:48:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Cadirro

Calling the Star Fraction the Molok of this age is indeed a funny thing to say, as this depends greatly on your own point of view. Do you think a freed slave, whose life was taken from him years ago and now finally given back, or a Republic fleet pilot who was backed up by Star Fraction forces will see them as a Molok?


Prematurely-freed Slaves might think themselves lucky, but they would be mistaken. For such a slave is missing out on the chance of redemption. Such a slave is incapable of taking the moral path through life.


Cadirro
DAEDALUS X
The Final Stand.
Posted - 2009.12.07 13:58:00 - [27]
 

Originally by: Rodj Blake
Originally by: Cadirro

Calling the Star Fraction the Molok of this age is indeed a funny thing to say, as this depends greatly on your own point of view. Do you think a freed slave, whose life was taken from him years ago and now finally given back, or a Republic fleet pilot who was backed up by Star Fraction forces will see them as a Molok?


Prematurely-freed Slaves might think themselves lucky, but they would be mistaken. For such a slave is missing out on the chance of redemption. Such a slave is incapable of taking the moral path through life.




I guess by "redemption" you mean a juicy Vitoc injection a day to keep all the bad thoughts away? That is, indeed, morale. You prove my point.

Rodj Blake
Amarr
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2009.12.07 14:08:00 - [28]
 

Originally by: Cadirro
Originally by: Rodj Blake
Originally by: Cadirro

Calling the Star Fraction the Molok of this age is indeed a funny thing to say, as this depends greatly on your own point of view. Do you think a freed slave, whose life was taken from him years ago and now finally given back, or a Republic fleet pilot who was backed up by Star Fraction forces will see them as a Molok?


Prematurely-freed Slaves might think themselves lucky, but they would be mistaken. For such a slave is missing out on the chance of redemption. Such a slave is incapable of taking the moral path through life.




I guess by "redemption" you mean a juicy Vitoc injection a day to keep all the bad thoughts away? That is, indeed, morale. You prove my point.


Ignoring the fact that most slaves are not the recipients of Vitoc, my point is that when a slave is released at the proper moment they no longer need to be chastised for improper thoughts because they no longer have improper thoughts.

When a slave is released prematurely they still have immoral thoughts and the words and actions of the Shakorites only serve to prove this.

Cadirro
DAEDALUS X
The Final Stand.
Posted - 2009.12.07 14:21:00 - [29]
 

Edited by: Cadirro on 07/12/2009 14:21:52
Originally by: Rodj Blake
Originally by: Cadirro
Originally by: Rodj Blake
Originally by: Cadirro

Calling the Star Fraction the Molok of this age is indeed a funny thing to say, as this depends greatly on your own point of view. Do you think a freed slave, whose life was taken from him years ago and now finally given back, or a Republic fleet pilot who was backed up by Star Fraction forces will see them as a Molok?


Prematurely-freed Slaves might think themselves lucky, but they would be mistaken. For such a slave is missing out on the chance of redemption. Such a slave is incapable of taking the moral path through life.




I guess by "redemption" you mean a juicy Vitoc injection a day to keep all the bad thoughts away? That is, indeed, morale. You prove my point.


Ignoring the fact that most slaves are not the recipients of Vitoc, my point is that when a slave is released at the proper moment they no longer need to be chastised for improper thoughts because they no longer have improper thoughts.

When a slave is released prematurely they still have immoral thoughts and the words and actions of the Shakorites only serve to prove this.


You surprise me, Rodj Blake. But to justify this surprisement, I'd like to know what you think of as the "proper moment".

After decades, when a slave has become old and fragile, and no longer has the power to chase thoughts you would label as "improper", let alone resist his imprisonment?

Or are you one of those rare Amarrians who actually care about their slaves? Don't get me wrong, I condemn slavery, but the knowledge that not all Amarrians are the same would please me, and soothe the pain I feel because I was once one of them.

Wayward Daughter
Minmatar
Posted - 2009.12.07 16:38:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: Cadirro
You surprise me, Rodj Blake. But to justify this surprisement, I'd like to know what you think of as the "proper moment".

After decades, when a slave has become old and fragile, and no longer has the power to chase thoughts you would label as "improper", let alone resist his imprisonment?

Or are you one of those rare Amarrians who actually care about their slaves? Don't get me wrong, I condemn slavery, but the knowledge that not all Amarrians are the same would please me, and soothe the pain I feel because I was once one of them.

I believe the "proper moment" to which Admiral Blake refers is the moment of spiritual awakening and genuine enlightenment. It is at this point where the slave's owner is legally and religiously obligated to free him, for he is now one of the Amarrian Faithful. I am one such. I dare say I am not shriveled.


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