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The Federal Frontier: A new Federation-focused Capsuleer news site

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Villore Accords
#1 - 2017-04-21 23:24:14 UTC
I am pleased to announce the publication of a new Capsuleer news galnet site, The Federal Frontier. We have authors from all walks of life in the Federation providing news articles, opinion pieces, and other relevant media for your enjoyment and consumption.

If you wish to participate in this endeavor, please, contact me and I will get you registered with our trial contributor program.

Regards,

Julianus Soter

Moira. Corporation CEO, Executor, Villore Accords, @Julianus_Soter https://zkillboard.com/alliance/99001634/

#2 - 2017-04-21 23:33:03 UTC
News site? Sure, let´s take a look

First post: "Today is the Gallente holiday celebrating the signing of the Villore Accords and the subsequent declaration of war against the mendacious Caldari and their slavery endorsing allies, the Amarr."

Uhhh

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#3 - 2017-04-22 03:08:50 UTC
I like the style and love the content analysis. In my estimation an excellent development.
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#4 - 2017-04-22 10:03:38 UTC
I congratulate on the release, but I hope that it does not turn into one of those sites that seek to fuel the proxy war going on.

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Monyusaiya Industry Trade Group
#5 - 2017-04-22 10:42:23 UTC
It looks like an excellent new option for people who crave some low-grade yellow journalism, but have some kind of intestinal condition that makes them unable to stand Gutter Press's amount of flavor.

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#6 - 2017-04-22 11:12:19 UTC
Nice rag.

Does it come in 2-Ply?

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#7 - 2017-04-22 12:25:22 UTC
Villore Accords
#8 - 2017-04-22 15:17:49 UTC
New out today, regarding the Defamation campaign on board H4-RP4, read it now!

Moira. Corporation CEO, Executor, Villore Accords, @Julianus_Soter https://zkillboard.com/alliance/99001634/

Monyusaiya Industry Trade Group
#9 - 2017-04-22 15:54:49 UTC  |  Edited by: Evi Polevhia


Bold claim stating that a defamation case overshadows a plague that killed in the nine digits. Especially when this is the first time many have heard of it.
Villore Accords
#10 - 2017-04-22 16:02:04 UTC
Evi Polevhia wrote:


Bold claim stating that a defamation case overshadows a plague that killed in the nine digits. Especially when this is the first time many have heard of it.


Your faux concern for the lives of those affected by the Plague is truly touching, Madame Polevhia, particularly when you did your best to harm the event by destroying an engineering complex positioned to aid the effort.

Needless to say, the Scope and Ret Gloriaxx have showcased the more commonly heard news items, so our contribution to that space would be unnecessary. However, the additional story about this propaganda is interesting and deserves some investigation.

Moira. Corporation CEO, Executor, Villore Accords, @Julianus_Soter https://zkillboard.com/alliance/99001634/

#11 - 2017-04-22 16:27:25 UTC
Great effort!
#12 - 2017-04-22 16:28:43 UTC  |  Edited by: Aria Jenneth


Oh, gods and spirits, I just....

A few pre-printed fliers and posters slandering (apparently) a respected (in some circles) militia commander pop up at an Inquest into a brewing galaxy-wide biological threat, and therefore "overshadow" the life-and-death-of-potentially-trillions proceedings and apparently result in people going and spending precious hours trying to ferret out the source of the slander, which could instead have been spent trying to resolve the crisis instead of trying to protect a single person's reputation? And not only does that investigation fail, but then becomes the subject of a "news" article focusing particularly on this one rumor? (There were dozens; the Minmatar researchers seemed to be making a special if slightly confusing point of spreading them like crazy, including a rumor that they, that is the scientists, themselves, were psychotic.)

And then that article is introduced by the not-unconnected-to-the-journal target of the defamation effort? Really? Was this actually such an important part of the Inquest as that? Out of all the mysteries still swirling around the outbreak, that's the one you focus on? The Rook is still out there; the "council," whatever that is, is still out there; and THIS is what you're focusing on?

I just ... I don't understand why you'd think this was okay.

And what's more, you single out the Amarr for being inhumane? I was with the SFRIM delegation; Ms. Qerl and I worked alongside ARC throughout, and contributed our votes to the ARC voting pool. CVA's delegation, like the vast majority of everybody, voted not to glass the infected sites. And while the Amarr Empire itself did join the State in sponsoring the motion to vaporize the infected sites, they also put forth the proposal allowing mandatory distribution of the cure even to their own by-the-end deeply ill and very noisy doomsaying emissary (I expect) (eventually) (at the time we were a little preoccupied with other things to be bothered holding him down while the cure was administered, or to remember that treating him involuntarily was an option, and, actually, mandated by the measure we'd passed just two days before). That "inhumane" measure is what laid the groundwork for mass distribution of Agent 0410 by aerosol.

Between the primary focus on the slight to Mr. Soter's reputation and the slander (!) on myself and my fellow delegates (who is responsible? We must investigate immediately so that we can scowl fiercely at them!) (What's that? A problem that could threaten populations cluster-wide unless we respond effectively, and at once? Eh-- it can wait; our egos are more important!), this article seems likely to be at least as damaging to certain reputations as any limited-circulation poster campaign possibly could have been.
#13 - 2017-04-22 16:40:45 UTC
After reading the article, and Aria's post, I have to say, poor show to Mr. Soter. Do we really need another news source like this? I don't think so.

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Pandemic Legion
#14 - 2017-04-22 16:58:08 UTC
Lasairiona Raske wrote:
After reading the article, and Aria's post, I have to say, poor show to Mr. Soter. Do we really need another news source like this? I don't think so.

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Arataka Research Consortium
#15 - 2017-04-22 17:01:01 UTC
Honestly, pilots, Soter just craves attention. This latest grandstanding is par for the course.

As for reaching across the divide, to be honest, I don't recall any particular GMVA effort aside from Tarek Raimo hovering near the ARC station, or evidently trailing ILF Mahesha Bataav, and a brief and largely characterless speech by Soter on day three. I'd've expected to see a legitimate push to spike the Caldari resolution on Day 2, or a push on Day 3 to add a rider to one of the resolutions castigating the State.

Fortunately, the GMVA delegation appeared to lack coordination or motivation.

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Mercenary Coalition
#16 - 2017-04-22 17:03:35 UTC
Well that's a whole lot of protest over an inconsequential little article from a source that is self-declared biased and honest about that. Someone struck a nerve, and it'd seem there's quite a lot of antipathy towards a new rival on the "not-scope-news" side of things.

While there hasn't been a news source on these boards that can be trusted at all for ages - Scope, Discourse, this new rag, etc - it's somewhat amusing that this one gets such sudden, loud and loquacious protests aimed its way.

Perhaps bruised egos are more plentiful than one'd think.
Villore Accords
#17 - 2017-04-22 17:23:04 UTC
Makoto Priano wrote:


As for reaching across the divide, to be honest, I don't recall any particular GMVA effort aside from Tarek Raimo hovering near the ARC station, or evidently trailing ILF Mahesha Bataav, and a brief and largely characterless speech by Soter on day three. I'd've expected to see a legitimate push to spike the Caldari resolution on Day 2, or a push on Day 3 to add a rider to one of the resolutions castigating the State.

Fortunately, the GMVA delegation appeared to lack coordination or motivation.



When we are part of a multi-ethnic and multi-racial nation, we can not dictate or even expect the behaviour of our fellow citizens. I am the first to freely admit, that many of the Villore Accords capsuleers suffer from the psychological issues most capsuleers have a problem with: Many of them tend to be overly self-centered and uncaring of the fate of baseliners.

As a Caldari and AFAIK (former?) corporate citizen of Ishukone, I am sure you will be able to understand what it means to support the spirit of a nation rather than standing behind each and every one of its constituent groups.

As a Jin-Mei I favour a more nuanced and thoughtful approach and hence I openly supported Arataka Research Consortium because I welcome every effort to work together. Also, I was not "trailing" Bataav, but due to my own political leanings I am actively trying to mend the fence between the Intaki and our own people. While many of my people consider the Intaki tendency to endorse individualism so strongly somewhat frivolous, we also share an affinity with them when it comes to the spiritual.


Villore Accords
#18 - 2017-04-22 17:27:38 UTC
Evi Polevhia wrote:

Bold claim stating that a defamation case overshadows a plague that killed in the nine digits. Especially when this is the first time many have heard of it.


Surprising to see a Sansha supporter being concerned about the loss of human lives, or is it that you counted the casualties and regretted not having abducted and transformed them into your own puppets?
Gallente Federation
#19 - 2017-04-22 17:29:40 UTC
hay hay HAAAAAAAAy guess who's relevant media now yeah it's me

looking forward to bringing you the best of the federation with the standards of quality and discretion you've come to expect

**** yeah
#20 - 2017-04-22 17:43:05 UTC
Julianus Soter wrote:

Your faux concern for the lives of those affected by the Plague is truly touching, Madame Polevhia, particularly when you did your best to harm the event by destroying an engineering complex positioned to aid the effort.


Your weapons research station, operating with data we had reason to believe had been exfiltrated from the H4-RP4 facility unlawfully.

Besides, your mooks destroyed one of my more treasured weapons research projects in 117. I decided it was about time I got you back for that.

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