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The last article we posted entitled “Bog Bodies” was a long narration of experimentation without limitations.  Time and time again we’ve seen the Orochi do the same as the unknown group in the wetlands of Blue Mountain.  They might have been Orochi, but they were unmarked so until we have confirmation we will assume it could’ve been anyone out in the bogs.

Inside these Orochi “camps” we will often find autopsies haphazardly done, information cataloged and organized with a hurried abandon.  I came upon one of these makeshift labs and couldn’t really help but wonder…why?  Why are the Orochi so obsessed with getting so many samples without really considering the cost to their own manpower and safety?

Maybe the Orochi management don’t really consider the underlings important. It’s been shown even in studies with the social structures of chimps.  The lowest ranking chimps tended to be the ones everyone picked on or generally didn’t care about and their health and safety tended to be lacking.  Shorter lifespans.  Less happiness. Expendable.

Yes, maybe technology advances because of sacrifices, but maybe there should be a balance. I’ve seen the Orochi “Safety First” videos, but the management seem to “highly encourage” their employees to take shortcuts and in turn, lend themselves to injury or death much more often.

Should the Orochi be allowed to unionize?

 

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Wynn Gwynn is an Illustrator, Editor and Writer of Tuppenny Dreadful, a media company in Darkside of Ealdwic London- Shades District.

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