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Tonight I look down on the uprising rebels crowding around the streets and feel a dark, bitter repulsion. I neglect their comfort, their vibrancy, their… life. The Citadel remains silent. There is not a more certain cure for aversion than anger. And I am filled with enough of that to bring the world to a […]

Unfortunate Iconoclasm

So, this is it… at last. I wish I could say this was a pleasant surprise, but it’s neither a surprise nor, as you will surely agree, very pleasant. Well, I’m nothing if not pragmatic. Well then, Concerned, under other circumstances I like to think we might have been able to work together in an […]

Consequence of Intolerance

I’d like to take a moment to address you directly, doctor. Yes. I’m talking to you, the so-called man of the way. I have a question for you. How could you have thrown it all away? It staggers the mind. A man of science, with the ability to sway reactionary and fearful minds toward the […]

A Need of Redemption

I have been asked to say a few words to the upcoming Trans-Human arm of Sector Region Citadel, concerning recent successes in containing members of the resistance Science Team. Let me say up front that I regret having to temper my heartfelt congratulations with a strong measure of disappointment. But I wouldn’t be doing my […]

Delivering The Future

Let me read a letter I recently received. “Dear Consul. Why has the Universal Union seen fit to suppress our reproductive cycle? Sincerely, A Concerned Citizen.” Thank you for writing, Concerned. Of course your question touches on one of the basic biological impulses, with all its associated hopes and fears for the future of the […]

Future Revolution Collaboration

It has come to my attention that some have lately called me a collaborator, as if such a term were shameful. I ask you, what greater endeavour exists than that of collaboration? In our current unparalleled enterprise, refusal to collaborate is simply a refusal to grow — an insistence on suicide, if you will. Did […]