Fellow public servants!
From the reports and the debates on these reports heard at the last city council meeting, it is evident that we are dealing with the following main facts.
First, the wrecking and diversionist-espionage work of disgruntled city employees, among whom a rather active role was played by the police, affected more or less all, or nearly all, of our organizations – economic, administrative, and sewage treatment.
Second, sabotage and espionage are being carried out at the social media level, including Facebook and Twitter.
Third, some of our city employees, both at the center and at the periphery, not only failed to discern the face of these wreckers, spies, and killers, but proved to be so careless, complacent,and naive that at times they themselves assisted in sabotage by failing to discipline or terminate the wreckers.
These are the three incontrovertible facts which naturally emerge from the reports and the discussions on them.
WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED, FELLOW CITIZENS?
How are we to explain the fact that our city employees, having a rich experience in the struggle against all sorts of jay-walking, littering, and sewage leaks, proved in the present case to be so naive and blind that they were unable to discern the real face of the enemies of South Pittsburg, that they failed to recognize the wolves in sheep's clothing and were unable to tear away their masks? What negligence, friends! And how shall it be punished?
Can it be claimed that the wrecking and sabotage of the agents of disgruntled city employees operating in the territory of South Pittsburg can be anything unexpected and unprecedented for us? No, it is impossible to claim this. This is demonstrated by the wrecking acts in various branches of the road maintenance department during the past ten years, beginning under the previous mayor, as is recorded in the minutes of the July 2014 council meeting.
Can it be claimed that in this past period there were no precautionary signals or warnings about the wrecking, spying, or terrorist activities of the disgruntled agents of the water department? No, it is impossible to claim this. We had such signals, and the city council has no right to forget about them.
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
What are the facts which our city employees have forgotten about, or which they simply have not noticed?
They have forgotten that city employees at all times act as representatives of South Pittsburg, whether at work, at home, in church, or on the internet. They have forgotten that there is no right to privacy in South Pittsburg. We have an accepted habit of chattering about the cold coffee in the council meeting room, but people don't want to ponder about what this thing is – sabotage by Myrtle Huffines, the mayor's secretary, who has been told, again and again, that we want Folger's, not Maxwell House from the Piggly Wiggly. Sabotage is not a myth, it is a very real and ever-present threat. by wreckers who wait for the opportunity to attack South Pittsburg, to crush it, or to undermine its might and to weaken it within.
It is this main fact that our city employees have forgotten. And so we must bring down the fist of the united peoples and government of South Pittsburg upon these enemies, to remind them of their duty. Henceforth, fellow public servants, fellow citizens, the eye of South Pittsburg shall be upon you all. All of these traitors, and all enemies of the peoples of South Pittsburg must be reminded, that criticism of the city council and its departments is a termination offense. We will pursue these enemies to the death, as we did with the raccoon that was knocking over trash-cans on Woodleaf Road.
The mistake made by the dissenters on the council is that they fail to notice and do not understand this difference between the old and new South Pittsburg, the changes wrought by the traitors of Facebook and Twitter, and, not noticing this, they are unable to adapt themselves to fight with the new wreckers in a new way. I move that the revised policy on social media use by city employees be passed.
Do I have a second?