MISC: the Girl Who Saved the World Part 13
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Fri Dec 4 17:21:48 PST 2015
That position must be categorically rejected by this Executive and by
extension by all civilized people. Failure to reject this notion will
leads to riots, disorders, strikes, anarchism, and independent thinking,
an intolerable state of affairs that must be put down like the mad dog
that it is.
“Finally,” Moeller said, “the Supreme Warlord of all the Germans notes
that League Resolutions make it explicitly clear that it is the separate
and overriding duty of every Great Power to make every effort to arrest
and capture the Bearer and obtain for the benefit of the League of
Nations the Gate to Paradise, the Holy Namestone. Accordingly, the
Supreme Warlord has ordered and directed that the German Elite Persona
Team is to move immediately to wherever in the world the Bearer is
found, there to incapacitate her and take control of the Namestone.
There is of course always a hazard in operations of this type that other
parties will be injured or that there will be some minor incidental
damage to property. Such costs are appropriately born by the country in
which the damage takes place, because if that country had acted in an
appropriate and rapid manner, the Bearer would have been captured before
the German Elite Persona Team could have reached the scene to take
command of the Namestone for the benefit of all humanity.” Additional
pyramids appeared on various desks. Moeller handed the Speaking Stone to
Lord Smoking Frog.
“I bring you Greetings from the One World, the Six Regions, and the Land
of the Obsidian Hummingbird. The First Speaker, the Living Sun, notes
that the Bearer did not immediately comply with the direct and explicit
orders of Brigade Leader Valkyria. The First Speaker, the Living Sun, is
most concerned that Miss Eclipse’s depraved behavior will serve as an
ill example for the piously faithful and diligently industrious workers
and peasants of the One World,” Lord Smoking Frog said. “Those people
are all wonderful citizens of our Empire, but like all people other than
the Living Sun they are at risk of being led astray by malevolent
foreign interests. This risk must be eliminated as rapidly and
diligently as possible.
“Furthermore, the Assembly of the Tlatoani and the Council of the Realm
are united in insisting that in the face of a League Resolution this
Eclipse person owed instant obedience to Commandant Valkyria. That is
the way it is in all well-ruled countries. Those who lead direct.
Those who follow obey without question, hesitation, or thought. When
Eclipse was seen not to obey, she set the example that disobedience can
ever be a valid option, which of course it is not. At the first moment
that she refused to obey, she should have been struck dead.
"Better, of course, she should have been rendered unconscious, separated
from the Namestone, and then she should have been tortured to death.
Slowly. Her agony and death would then have sent a clear message on the
virtue and correctness of that unthinking obedience that is the true
strength of all civilized lands. Therefore, we believe a Special
Commission should immediately be appointed to deal with the most
important of all questions, choosing for Miss Eclipse the most painful
and terrifying possible form of execution."
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