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The peace laws were supposed to bring stability. The generational debt act pledged to restore prosperity. And the designated scapegoats guaranteed security outside the facilities. But those promises began failing years ago.

Outside the facilities, the peace laws must be observed. It left only the scapegoats as an outlet for increasingly frustrated clients. What few protections the scapegoats had from the vicious whims of angry clients are disappearing as the facilities are sold to the highest bidder. No one outside will save them. Rescue and revolution must come from within.

For decades they did not complain. They did not resist. They did not fight back.

Now, they must reciprocate.

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