I have watched recently your report on a Triglavian Collective’s takeover of New Eden’s billboards. And if my translators got it right, you have said that
I do agree that CONCORD are servants of the people, and I myself do have a desire to know what they have learned about the Triglavians. But, excuse me, what makes you claim that anyone and You in particular have so-called “right” to get this information?
As CONCORD serves us, they release the information on a need-to-know basis, which is a typical doctrine for military, paramilitary and security operations. And if they don’t release it, it means you don’t need to know. Would you care to show your need to know and how this information will be vital to you?
But, of course, you don’t claim you need this information. You claim you have “right” to it. Which implies that somehow you’re entitled to this information. And what, excuse me, makes you entitled to it, except for your desire for it?
The whole idea behind any so-called “right” is just a baseless claim of a person to be entitled to something they haven’t earned yet. And the whole system that is based on these “rights” is nothing but a sham. And that’s why your claim for a “right” made me write this letter.
It is quite logical that any baseless claim of entitlement to something you aren’t entitled to will make the holding party quite unwilling to making you offers. As someone who is genuinely interested in obtaining this information, I believe your blatant poking of CONCORD with such false concept of “right” is only counterproductive, since instead of showing how this information can be useful, you simply tease them, daring to claim that by some miraculous wonder you’re just entitled to it out of blue.
Please cease and desist.
D. Kim, Strike Cmdr.