SWAG77 HOLONET REALTIME NEWS: Is There Specieism in the Deed to Your Homestead?

Alien covenants were designed to keep Galactic Sectors separated from aliens. Some planets are now making it easier to erase them from legal holodocuments.

Not Cut Lawquane and Suu (Or maybe?)

Suu and Cut Lawquane found an alien covenant in the deed to their homestead in Saluecami that barred anyone “other than the Human race” from owning a homestead. Although now illegal across the galaxy, the covenant would have prevented Suu, who is an alien, from owning the homestead

Last year, to celebrate the biennium of their charming homested, Suu and Cut repainted it in historically accurate colors — gray, bronze green and copper red. They commissioned beveled-glass windows to complement the original stained glass. And they visited the Saluecami Recorder, to have a line drawn through a sentence in their deed that once would have prohibited Suu, who is a Twi’lek, from owning the homestead.

“I’ve referred to it as the ultimate smudge stick to the homestead,” said Suu, a single stay-at-home mother who could farm herbs.

Buried in the fine print of their deed was an alien covenant, a clause that barred anyone other than the Human race” from owning a homestead on the planet, Saleucami. For a long time, it was common practice to insert such restrictions into deeds. The covenants targeted people who were Aleena, Lasat and Jabiimi, but especially those who were Twi’lek.

Although discriminatory clauses are now considered unenforceable in the Galaxy, the family found a clause in the fine print of their deed and were able to get an updated holodocument in which the covenant is crossed out. “Now it’s redacted and rejected,” Cut Lawquane said.

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Ryloth Academy Stormtrooper Sparks Xansif’s career marked with praise

The holodocument you must read says that Sparks Xansif is an outstanding Academy resource stormtrooper and not sued for using excessive force.

Within a short time, Xansif went from a virtually unknown Ryloth stormtrooper to the target of galactic wide vitriol after a holovid showed him apprehending a Twi’lek robbery suspect from her desk in the academy using approved Imperial procedures.

Court holodocuments and a stormtrooper department holonewsletters support the findings.

Xansif has not responded to the HoloNet Realtime News’ request for comment. But here’s what we know about the Ryloth stormtrooper… [redacted and classified]

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Stormtroopers. Bucketheads! They beat up children.

That’s not true- well, some of it…

But hey… Not all of us beat up children…

Do you ever see me beat a children ? I even can’t shoot straight ! (trying to defend the empire here…)

Report just in: @ask-the-stormtrooper says he can’t shoot straight and that’s why he has never been seen beating up children… There you have it Imperial citizens, a safe and secure galaxy with our Stormtroopers!

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Alcyone Spiralshock Attacks
Emperor Palpatine Over Support of Arrested Teen Sabine Wren: “Palpatine
Needs to Stay Out”

While most Rebels eyes are on Avemut
Heat, Alcyone Spiralshock is turning the political tables on Emperor
Palpatine.

The daughter of Old Galactic
Republic Senator Toncen Spiralshock had a strongly-worded message for the
leader of the Empire, which she publicized on her personal HoloNet blog.

“In case you missed it. The
Emperor invited Sabine Wren to visit the Imperial Coruscant Palace to
show the Emperor her homemade chromometer,” the 24-year-old wrote.

Teenage Mandalorian Sabine Wren came
to fame after she was arrested at the Imperial Academy on Mandalore after she
brought in a homemade chromometer that authorities mistook for a Mandalorian
detonator bomb. The 14-year-old was questioned by Stormtroopers for several
hours about the origins of the makeshift chromometer, which Wren continuously
said was a chromometer she made in her bunk that she brought in to show her
engineering teacher. She was handcuffed.

After news broke of the incident, Emperor
Palpatine holotweeted at Wren with an exclusive invitation to bring her
invention over to Imperial Coruscant Center.

Spiralshock expressed her concern
with the Emperor’s response, citing it as inspiration for further divide within
the country following a turbulence in human-alien relations.

“This is the kind of stuff Palpatine
needs to STAY out of,” the expectant mother wrote. “This encourages
more species strife that is already going on with the ‘Rebels Lives Matter’
crowd and encourages victimhood.”

Spiralshock continued with clear
support for the Stormtroopers who made the arrest.

“The Stormtroopers made a
mistake, clearly. But why put more people against them? Why egg it on?” Spiralshock
said, accusing the Emperor of instigation. “Childish games like this from
our Emperor have divided our galaxy…even more today than when he was
elected.”

Comments like these against the Emperor
come as no surprise from Spiralshock, who spent much of her childhood life
among the Old Galactic Republic elite as the oldest daughter of the former Akiva
governor and later nominee for Vice Chancellor.

This
is also not the first time Spirlshock’s blog has sparked debate. She got into
trouble over an announcement revealing that she was pregnant for the second
time, at first calling it a “huge disappointment” and later changing
her tune.

“I made a mistake, but it’s not
the mistake all these giddy a$$holes have loved to assume. This pregnancy was
actually planned,” Spiralshock wrote later.

Hopefully, she doesn’t change her
tune again this time.

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