Monday, December 31, 2007

Picard's Lawlessness and Kirk's Exoneration

Greetings earthies and supreme lifeforms. Now that its finally 2008, I wanted to usher in the New Year with Star Trek TOS, TNG, and VOY Captain verdicts with me being the judge, jury and prosecutor! That should blow your hats off. Happy New Year Fleshlings!

Picard's Lawlessness and Kirk's Exoneration:

1. Thirty-nine Starfleet ships and 11,000 crew members were eliminated during the rein of Locutus of Borg aka Captain Jean Luc Picard. Don't be shocked readers its true. Its interesting because Picard was never court marshaled by Starfleet Command to account for his crimes against thousands of sentient carbon lifeforms. Whereas a court-martial investigation was assembled against Captain James T. Kirk with Areel Shaw as the prosecution. Kirk's cooked because of one starfleet lifeform. The crime? Captain Kirk was accused of negligent homicide in the death of Ben Finney, despite the fact Finney manipulated the Enterprises NCC 1701 computer records... and Oh Yeah, the guy's still alive and on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701!!!

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Intelligent homosapiens were snuffed out by the unholy Borg hands of Locutus. Why wasn't there a proper court of enquiry by Starfleet Command? Could Jean Luc's influence with the Federation and Starfleet Admirals have quashed the public outcry calling for Federation justice?

One of the people killed by the Borg-Picard was the wife of Lieutenant Commander Benjamin Sisko. Benjamin barely managed to escape Locutus's evil clutches with his son Jake Sisko. Star Treks good vs evil met in "The Best of Both Worlds".P1 and P2. Despite the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701-D remarkable reputation in space exploration and seeking out new lifeforms on new worlds, Picard was an outstanding interstellar diplomat. I believe Captain Jean Luc Picard of the Starship Enterprise now carries with him a stain of blood amounting to the deaths of 11,000 lifeforms which were conveniently brushed under the rug... if thats possible!!!!

Captain Janeway of Voyager summed up James T. Kirk comparing him to 24th century Starfleet officers. "It was a very different time," she explains in the Voyager episode "Flashback". "They all belonged to a different breed of Starfleet officer... They were a little slower to invoke the Prime Directive and a little quicker to pull their phasers. Of course the whole lot of them would be booted out of Starfleet today."

Well what about Picard? He was from your 24th century, Janeway!!! I feel like yelling at Janeway but I realise this is science fiction. If Janeway did exist in person I'd point out,
"well, look at what Picard got away with and you're slagging off Kirk's Starfleet code. HaHaHa! No Way on earth baby.

To summarise: Picard escaped banishment to the Dilithium Rura Penthe mines. This is one of the most dreaded Klingon penal colonies of the Klingon Empire from which there is no escape. "Work well and you will be treated well. Work badly and you will die."

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Picard carries with him a stain of blood amounting to 11,000 snuffed out lives. Picard is Guilty and cannot be exonerated for his lawlessness against lifeforms in the galaxy.

Starfleet did themselves and Picard a favour, judging the Borg encounter as one of those far-out freaky situations that you can't really blame on anyone. (Still it was most likely hushed up and deemed an extremely sensitive subject matter. lol)

Captain Kathryn Janeway's logic favours 24th century Starfleet officers over 23rd century Starfleet Officers.

Kirk became the first Starfleet captain to stand trial. The court martial investigation discovers Finney is still alive via McCoys heartbeat device. Kirk is proven innocent and is exonerated of all charges.

Happy New Year, Trekkers!


Anonymous said...

Did you miss the fact that Picard was CONTROLED BY THE BORG? Picard is to blame for other things but you can't blame him for being mind controled by an alien.

Spacerguy said...

If its not right don't do it, if its not true don't say it. I'm merely being logical, Anonymous. Picard made the heavens fall by snuffing out 11,000 lives. Was this justice? but you got me...Captain Picard was being controlled by the BORG and resistance is futile.

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