The Documentary of Navokha

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The Documentary of Navokha

Post  Tryscar on Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:28 pm

Recently, a documentary titled 'Navokha: Seeing the Unseen' released by filmmakers and producers of the nation of Tryscar was released across the nation, also being exported to any other nation who maintained trade rights with Tryscar or otherwise obtained copies of the documentary. It grew rapidly in popularity, as the filmmakers themselves had obtained exclusive footage of the very reclusive and mysterious people of Navokha. As it caused some controversy amongst people who considered the independent, unlicensed documentary a violation of human rights - since it was not created, produced, or distributed with the consent, permission, or even the knowledge of the people of Navokha - the rogue documentary created news headlines across Tryscar. It showed aspects of the Navokhian society in the greatest detail possible as the cameramen filmed, hidden from view amongst the trees or using hidden cameras or drones to capture footage. Parts of the documentary showed brief glimpses of the Navokhians, from their basic culture such as primitive clothing, language, housing, and secluded way of life to studies and theories of their Council structure and even some shocking research of their spiritual practices, from dance ceremonies to nature rituals to sacrificial rites, which acclaimed Tryscarian anthropologists, sociologists, and social scientists offered for the documentary.

Consequently, ServaCorps ignored concerns from the public about Navokhians who were in captivity as slaves as declined commenting on the situation. Although there was brief debate amongst the public and the social-scientific community in favor of studying captured Navokhians, ServaCorps CEO Dorren Burne did not support this and refused to allow his corporation to take part in the documentary. Representatives from the government of Tryscar also declined comment and did not participate.

As the documentary spread it greatly expanded on the other nations' understanding of Navokha, showing them as an actual people who may be slightly misunderstood rather than the barbaric, near-mythical recluses that many believed them to be and offering, for the first time, some proof and solid facts of their culture which was largely left to stereotypical assumptions and misinformation. Still, the bias and lack of credibility behind the documentary, continued to perpetuate many new and recurring perspectives that the Navokha are uncivilized, brutal, and anarchic.
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Re: The Documentary of Navokha

Post  New USSR on Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:38 pm

The New USSR got their hands on this documentary and put it into circulation around their country spreading thier policy about the Navokha which is they are uncivilized barbarians that need to be exterminated. Of course this was spread with some...editing to the video. The New USSR loved the ability to cause thier people to all think one way and with this, it just aided that goal. The New USSR finally passed the law that all known Navokha in the area are to be herded up and traded with tryscar as slaves or the imperium as test subjects.
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Re: The Documentary of Navokha

Post  The Imperium on Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:53 pm

The Science echelon saw the documentary and contacted the cyber pantheon. The Navokha were now fair game to be used as test subjects for any variety of tests and experimentation.
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