For as long as I have been a pilot, I found no question more vexing than the purpose of the Minmatar. Why did God create the Minmatar? Why does he allow them to exist? Why did he allow them to rebel? Fortunately, by the grace of God, I have waxed great in Wisdom, and I am now able to provide definitive answers to these questions. Answers, I must warn, which will provide no comfort to the wayward and the abolitionist:
I. To be Mistresses to the Amarr
Even as much as they be twice rebels against God, tainted by sin unto their very bones, nevertheless has God made the Minmatar easy on the eyes of the Chosen. Is the beauty of the Minmatar only a test of faith? Must the Chosen burn with desire for the Brutor, Sebiestor, and Vherokior, desire ever un-consumated lest we fall into sin? God forbid. God offers us the Minmatar as a reward for Reclaiming, and what’s more, every moment a Minmatar womb is filled with half-Amarrian unborn — half touched by grace — is a moment that womb is not filled with pure-blooded Minmatar filth. Let us partake of the Minmatar, therefore, confident we do so in accordance with God’s will.
Nevertheless, remember that we are a feudal people, a people of primogeniture and sacred flesh, all of which is lost when our bloodlines are tainted by the sin of those twice-rebels against God. The Chosen must have no legal children with a Minmatar, and if they do have children with a Minmatar, let those children be put far away from any Amarrian inheritance; nor may the presence of a Minmatar mistress be permitted to interfere with the Chosen’s duty to provide themselves legal heirs of pure blood, nor may the offspring of a Minmatar mistress be permitted to stir up jealosy among the Chosen’s heirs.
Finally, only Amarrian men may enjoy a Minmatar mistress. For an Amarrian lady to take the filthy seed of a Minmatar into her sacred Amarrian womb — a womb whose purpose is to produce pure Amarrian hiers — is a sin which cries out to heaven for vengeance.
II. To be Slaves to the Amarr
Could any people be more perfectly designed for slavery than the Minmatar? By the strength of the Brutor, we are built cities and starships and towering churches that we might worship God in surroundings that elevate our thoughts toward Paradise. By the intellect of the Sebiestor, we are given new weapon systems that we might extend the Reclaiming to all the stars in the heavens. By the wisdom of the Vherokior, we have healers and magicians who defend us against occult attacks and curse our enemies. All that is left for the Chosen to do is fight and pray, and it is fighting and praying that most glorify God and most satisfy the hearts of the Chosen.
Here it may be objected that Minmatar Revolt demonstrates that people’s unsuitability for slavery (or even, as the abolitionists tell it, that the Revolt demonstrates that the Amarr have failed the Minmatar in some way). The truth is exactly the reverse — by their Rebellion, the Minmatar have condemned themselves and all their posterity to slavery without any hope of manumission. For as one of our best known Scriptures says,
The gates of paradise will open for you one time only; woe to the soul who dares to knock twice." - The Scriptures, Book of Missions 5:14
To accept a Minmatar back into the Faith is to accept the legitimacy of knocking twice. The only thing to which a Minmatar might aspire is slavery, and the Minmatar Rebellion was actually a gift from God — the gift of a permanent slave people.
III. To Glorify God in their Destruction
The Scriptures are so full of genocidal exterminations of the Udorian people that to deny that is glorified in the destruction of the Wicked is difficult even for the most determined wayward abolitionist. So also is denying that the Minmatar are more Wicked than any civilization the Chosen have ever encountered (due to their Rebellion), and thus that God is more glorified in the destruction of the Minmatar than any Wicked ever.
Must the Chosen, then, give up their slave people for the glory of God? God forbid. In his own time, God calls all Minmatar to a place he has prepared — a place called Hell — where he will be glorified in their destruction. Although the wayward and the abolitionist deny the reality of this Hell or reduce it to metaphor, Hell is actually a place of conscious eternal torment in literal fire, a fire that burns with the glory of God. The Wicked — the Minmatar — are fuel for this fire. Therefore, even as much as the Minmatar desecrate God’s creation, the Chosen should always console themselves by knowing that all Minmatar — no matter how wicked, no matter how vile — will glorify God in a never-consumed flame that ever swells as more and more Minmatar are added to it.
Thus we can see that the Minmatar are a permanant slave people given to the Chosen — to the Amarr — as Mistresses and Slaves, and when their service in those roles is complete, God condemns them to Hell, where they glorify him in everlasting destruction. Amen. Amarr Victor.