Sunday, March 15, 2015

ANALYSIS: Arkanis Sector - Wretched Hive of Scum and Rebellion

HNN Analyst Benn Gleck detailing culture of corruption in the Arkanis Sector and relationship between criminal element and Rebel Alliance

IMPERIAL CENTER (CORUSCANT) - From HNN headquarters on Coruscant, senior Outer Rim analyst Benn Gleck asserts that it is no wonder that the sector has fallen to the crime wave. Gleck argues that the root cause is the corruption of the peoples of the Arkanis Sector (mostly aliens) are what has drawn the criminal and rebellious elements.

"I cannot describe to you the wretchedness of that place, but I will do so anyway. The aliens are everywhere, and they buy and sell humans as pleasure slaves. They have invited these criminals into the sector because they're just not like you and me - citizens of the Core."

According to Gleck the Arkanis Sector is awash with Hutts, Twi'leks, Jawas and Rodians, who desire to overturn the order of the galaxy, just like under the Old Republic. Their insatiable desire for spice, and to possess human women as well as children drives a culture of corruption in the Arkanis Sector, but will soon spread to the Core Worlds.

"The rebellion is no more than a twisted front for this culture," Gleck reports, "and if we don't rip it out, then there's no telling what will happen to us and our loved ones."

Gleck will be detailing more of his analyses in reports to come. While Gleck is not from the Outer Rim, nor does he have any special certifications in Outer Rim culture or society, HNN has retained Gleck due to his impressive loyalty to the Empire.

"I'm just a guy who really loves the Empire," Gleck asserts with a tear in his eye. "I just love it so much, and I'm proud to be an Imperial subject, that it just burns me so much what is happening out there, and I want you - loyal citizens, who love the Empire just as much as I do - to know what is happening."

In the meantime, he asks loyal citizens of the Empire to mourn the lost ISB agents in this back end of the Outer Rim.

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