The News-Review

A Service of the News Bureau of the Government of the Twelve Colonies

Human / Cylon Summit

Posted by Fleet News Service on November 12, 2007

Please see the previous article for events leading up to this account…

Details are still coming in but at about 10am yesterday a delegation of civilian and military (Commander Nephilim, Captains Halberd and Serapis, Representative Pfieffer and Secretary Vielle) met with representatives from the Cylon base.  This picture was provided to The News-Review from an unknown source…

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(Cpt. Srapis – Sec. Vielle – Cmdr. Nephilim – Cpt. Halberd – Rep. Pfieffer)

(Nine – Three – Six – Centurion)

Again details are sketchy but reports indicate the meeting ended in a firefight in which Commander Nephilium was “shoot in the kiester”, one Cylon escaped, one was detained and one was killed.  We have also learned that Representative Pfieffer was taken into custody after the Summit.

More facts will be presented as they become available to us.

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8 Responses to “Human / Cylon Summit”

  1. SIM zuhal said

    Hum, I’m not sure but I believe I recognize centurion S at the right-most of that picture

    And I heard rhumours to the effect that the fight was initiated by the human delegation

    Hopefully, all can be healed from the process

    -= Un-disclosed name =-
    SIM zuhal

  2. Vicky Vielle said

    I would like to take this opportunity to quash any rumours about the firefight being initiated by the Colonial negotiation team.

    Please be aware that the Cylons had no intention of honouring a prisoner exchange, and escalated the situation by killing the Cylon prisoner we had to exchange.

    Any ensuing shooting was only for the purpose of securing the safe and welcome release of our captured pilot, whose life was now clearly in jeopardy by the Cylon’s unilateral action.

    We must be vigilant always to avoid the assumption that human values and morals can be applied to Cylon actions. If anything this summit has taught us much about the structure of the Cylon hierarchy. That, and the safe rescue of our captured pilot made this a worthwhile endeavour.

    Vicky Vielle
    Secretary of Agriculture

  3. The Truth is Out Here said

    In all fairness, and despite what the government and our own military would want us to believe, the Cylons did not kill the cylon prisioner the colonials were holding. The prisioner commited suicide, ingesting some kind of poison.

    The cylons did not fire the first shot. Or the second. Or the third. Caught by surprise, they did not fire at all until the colonial rifles were busy hammering away.

    It all started when the commander, on whose authority I can only speculate (did President Vargas really instructed her to be this crass?), a bit after the prisioner commited suicide pulled her gun out totally out of the blue and executed the chief cylon negociator, instigating her marines to do the same to the other cylons. She executed the cylon. Executed. There is no other word for it. The cylon was sitting there at a table one second chatting, the next she had the commander’s gun pointed at her head, and an instant later the bullet went through her head and ripped her brain or whatever is there out.

    Ask anybody who was there… like Captain Perry or his marines, or Secretary Vielle. Representative Pfeffer told this initial part of the story wrong, either because she was still very disturbed or maybe because the military only released her so she could spread their propaganda and be yet another one of their friends inside the civilian government.

    This is the truth and nothing but the truth. The prisioner commited suicide, and the commander executed a negociator without any warning, threat or even a pressing reason. Of course the negociator was a danger… but not any more dangerous at that time than she and her buddies were when they entered the room, or when us colonials decided to meet with them.

    Two questions arise from here.

    1) Who were the traitors among us that handed that cylon prisioner the little vial of poison? Can we really trust the persons around us?

    2) Was the Commander acting on the President’s orders? These were negociations between our government and the cylons; what right had our military commander to unilateraly terminate the negociations in this way, which pretty much ensures there won’t ever be any negociating ever again? Can we even trust the commander to lead our armed forced if she has a temper like this?

  4. Bingo said

    Have you forgotten the murder of billions on our home worlds? Have you forgotten that these things are machines gone out of control? You can’t kill a machine. And the statements you made frankly implicate you as a possible agent. Posting anonymously was probably a wise choice.

  5. Heidi Stiglitz said

    “Was the Commander acting on the President’s orders? These were negociations between our government and the cylons; what right had our military commander to unilateraly terminate the negociations in this way, which pretty much ensures there won’t ever be any negociating ever again? Can we even trust the commander to lead our armed forced if she has a temper like this?”

    I’d be surprised to to find out this wasn’t the plan all along. Time and again, over and over and over, the Cylons has shown themselves to be untrustworthy at the least, homocidal at best, genocidal at worst. Have you forgotten their sneak attack on our worlds, even as our own negotiator sat waiting for the Cylon negotiators? The years they spent sabotaging our defenses? Infiltration of our military and civilian institutions? The simple flick of a switch somewhere that has caused several of their hidden models within the fleet to begin shooting at people indescriminately? The misplaced trust in several captured and supposedly “turned” Cylon models that in the end shot at the hand that fed them?

    Quit getting high on chamalla, “The Truth Is Out Here”. The Cylons swore the absolute destruction of humanity, and everything they’ve done since then has been in support of that goal. We’re one warship, and a hundred unarmed civilian ships, scurrying away with our tail between our legs, and still they chase us, still they attack us, still they attempt to annihilate us.

    “She executed the cylon. Executed. There is no other word for it.”

    I prefer the much more accurate term “pulled the plug”. More appropriate for a machine.

    As far as I’m concerned, “The Truth Is Out Here”, I’d be more than happy if we could set you Cylon-huggers down on some asteroid or planetoid somewhere so you could make whoopie with the Cylons when they showed up.

    No peace with the Cylons. Ever.

    Major Heidi Stiglitz
    Commanding, 47th Air Wing
    Battlestar Pacifica

  6. starbuckk said

    The hard part to accept is that we were apparently betrayed by one of our own. “The Truth Is Out There” was clearly present at the meeting. The out of context facts presented make that very clear.

    The timing of the cylon “suicide”, or more correctly self-destruction was clearly planned. Our ex-beloved Ms Biers, now more correctly known as “Number Three”, made a statement that they had NO INTEREST in a prisoner exchange. It was at that exact moment that we heard the cylon’s noises from the holding area.

    They came to us claiming that prisoner exchange was their motive. Lies. When they exposed their treachery by destroying one of our own, Commander Nephilim realized that the delegation had been betrayed with another cylon lie and was in immediate danger and sprung into action. We were backed into a corner with key government officials now in danger.

    Cylons are machines. The fact that some of them are now constructed with organic parts changes nothing. The only sympathy I can offer them is that it is how they are programmed. Machines can only do what they are programmed to do. And sadly, we have only our ancestors to blame for that. We were the creators of our own destruction.

  7. The Truth is Out Here said

    Funny how everybody got hung up on a technicality (pulling the plug/killing/executing) and ignored the subject at hand. Get technical on this:

    – We were told the cylons fired first. It’s a lie.

    – We were told the cylons killed the prisioner our side was holding. It’s a lie, it comitted suicide, or self-terminated if you prefer.

    Where am I getting with this? I don’t know, you tell me! If the military are lying about this and putting their own spin on this event, what other events have they spinned and what are they hiding? Could it be the cylons proposed something the civilian government might have accepted if the military hadn’t decided to terminate the negociations?

    Maybe they had something to say that our people would like to hear? They let us go for an entire year and a half, even though they surely knew where we were all this time. They have a hundred or more basestars, and yet we never saw more than one at a time, and always at a distance. Our most modern firepower packed battlestars went down in minutes, we have an old training battlestar that held on almost two years. Come on, if they were looking to kill us, we’d been dead ages ago… everybody knows that. They must want something.

    Funny how when someone questions the military he or she is immediately accused of being a cylon-lover and all but threatened to be put to death. Last I heard, the civilian government was in control of things and free speech was still free… or maybe that’s just what you want the people to believe.

    What about the traitors in your midst that gave the cylon that vial of poison? Not worried about finding them? Just want to bury that subject too?

  8. starbuckk said

    “- We were told the cylons fired first. It’s a lie.”

    Who told you that? Details about who fired first were not in any press releases. No official source made any such statement.

    “- We were told the cylons killed the prisioner our side was holding. It’s a lie, it comitted suicide, or self-terminated if you prefer.”

    Now you are playing semantics. We believe from the timing that the cylon was ordered to do what he/it/whatever did. And in case you are one of the last people in the fleet that are not aware, cylons don’t die when they are shot while in their territory, which we are. They just download via some wireless communication we have not yet begun to fully understand, and are resurrected to come and harass us again.

    “What about the traitors in your midst that gave the cylon that vial of poison? Not worried about finding them? Just want to bury that subject too?”

    In YOUR midst??? Interesting choice of words…perhaps you need a blood test. Its most likely that the vial was provided by a cylon agent. Doesn’t take a spaceflight technologies degree to figure that one out. We know they still walk among us.

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