IMPERIAL CENTER (CORUSCANT) - As the rebellion in the Mid and Outer Rim heats up, as does an illness when one's antibodies are busy destroying the disease, it is well to remember the legacy of separatism and rebellion against the legitimate order.
The Commission for the Preservation of the New Order (COMPNOR) reminds loyal citizens of the true face of the Rebellion. While the Rebel propagandists spread lies of alleged Imperial misdeeds, the Rebellion is merely the latest incarnation of a separatist movement against galactic order and stability.
This movement, one of aliens and droids, duped into following the dictates of industrialists and financiers, such as the Trade Federation, the Corporate Alliance and the InterGalactic Banking Clan, was once the scourge of the galaxy. Under the leadership of the plutocratic Jedi-Master Count Dooku of Serenno, the separatists waged a bloody war against the legitimate authority in the galaxy.
With the rhetoric of smaller government, less taxation, less central control, Dooku mounted a war of genocide and atrocity against the good people of the Core Worlds. With nice-sounding words, he begat the greatest reign of terror and exploitation in a thousand years.
The Rebellion is no different. With Incom Corporation, the manufacturer of the deadly X-Wing fighter, as one of the its corporate backers, the Rebellion is recreating the separatists' modus operandi.
In truth, there is no search for freedom and justice, merely greater profits for the manufacturers of war matériel, and the instruments of death and destruction.
Thankfully, most loyal citizens of the Empire can see through this ruse - this cynical attempt to create a regime in which corporations and banks, with their alien and droid stooges, undermine everything that galactic civilization has attempted to build up over the millennia since the Ruusan Reformation, and the decades since the establishment of the New Imperial Order.
Thankfully, the Emperor saw through Dooku's scheme to enslave humanity to aliens, banks, and corporations, through the use of Jedi mind-control. The Jedi had been in secret league with the separatists - Count Dooku was one of their own, afterall - which is why they managed the war as poorly as they did, and it required a regime change on Coruscant to deal with the separatist threat.
Thankfully, the galaxy said "yes" to Palpatine, and "no!" to Dooku.
Just as you should say "yes!" to Empire, and "no!" to separatist rebellion.