Over the last several months, I have worked directly and indirectly with tangentially allied organizations made-up of disaffected State citizens hoping to drive radical, systematic change within the Caldari State. For my own part, this involved disseminating weapons, equipment, personnel, and training from the warclone diaspora within the State as a utility for workers movements and general strikes on State colonies. Revolutionary cells were, by design, autonomous and not beholden to any single command structure. We merely issued the tools and support to the Caldari people to act in the manner they felt appropriate to combat PKN tyranny and correct the course of the Caldari State.
While not my original intention this program would result in the attempted bombing of the Jita 4-4 space elevator, the Torrinos lockdown, and the bombing of CEP Spire. I willingly take responsibility for each incident, and rather than condemn these attacks undertaken by our agents I instead commend their actions and their ability to strike at the very heart of the State and show the cluster that the Caldari worker still remains the master of their own fate. Even under immense pressure and systemic abuse, you cannot tame the wind.
I come forward now not to gloat or relish in the very necessary steps that had to be taken to ensure a future for Caldari labor, but to solidify the myth of the Worker’s Revolution and its role as we move toward a new State in the wake of the destruction at CEP Tower. Let it not be forgotten that the rule of the Megacorporations exists for the betterment of the Caldari people and not vise versa. May this serve as an example of what the Caldari people are capable of executing should the megacorporations lose the consent of the workers of the State.
I’ve made my own vision for the future of the state very explicate and hope that those sympathetic to my political theory continue the work of moving the state toward a syndicalist, left-wing nationalist workers paradise. However, I have also made it clear that I believe in the importance of forming a rainbow coalition to make these ideals a reality and the importance of compromising and pushing workers revolution forward any way we can rather than fixating on radical ideological dogma.
With Akimaka Saraki now at the helm of the CEP and the Mountain Faction signaling their support for his policies of reform and reconciliation to strengthen the State, for the first time I see a clear path forward within the system that cannot be jeopardized now through unnecessary complications like lose disparate warclone revolutionaries. Therefore, I have taken steps to dismantle our network within the State to allow the Ocean Faction the chance to work towards reform unmolested. I strongly encourage those revolutionary organizations we have propped up and enabled in the past to do the same, secured in the knowledge that this is their victory.
They have thoroughly demonstrated that the Caldari work is not powerless, and that those that make progress impossible will make revolution inevitable.
For now though, we must allow the system time to adapt and develop their own plans to rebuild the Caldari way of life. They know full well what we are capable of now if they fail to do so.
(Above: Images taken from repair crews clearing fallen debris surrounding the base of CEP Spire)