A video uploaded to FuTube, a video site in Origin, 117.01.12 21:13.
The description says it is footage from a drone at the Landfall Park protest camp, transmitted to those tuned to its channel.
[The video starts, Ché Biko is standing on a small stage, dressed in 3/4 utility pants with signs of repair, a worn-out sleeveless shirt, and barefoot. People can be heard talking in the background, along with an occasional distant protest chant. He looks at the camera blankly, then around for a moment before speaking.]
"Uhm...ok, I guess people had time to tune in now."
[Ché looks at the camera, then bows for a moment]
"Namas, citizens of Origin. I am Ché Biko. I, uhm....am a new citizen in Origin."
[Ché starts to alternate between looking at the camera and in other directions.]
"I was hoping we would get to know eachother a bit better before I would...speak up, but it's been an... interesting time since my arrival. I, like many of you, have been surprised by the leaks... Some here think I should speak a few words."
"Like some of you, I am concerned about recent revelations. And, while I wish that some things that have become public knowledge...would have stayed known only to... the people of Origin, I am a proponent of a transparent and decentralized society."
"I came to Origin because of the oppurtunity to stray of the beaten path, try new things.
In my eyes, closed, centralized institutions like the OCR are...traditions. Traditions of doing things a certain way because we grew up in a world where those traditions were maintained, a world where our ancestors have done so for...sometimes as long as history allows us to look back.
We have the technology to try things a different way, and from what I've seen, also a lot of desire to do so."
[Long pause, Biko looking around]
"If we have the courage to sacrifice...aspects of our old lives, our lives in New Eden... confront the fears that we've brought along with us from that place...maybe we will see our fears did not realize, and that our sacrifice was not a sacrifice at all. An open, decentralized surveillance network, connected to an open database containing profiles for every citizen and visitor, is the foundation for an open, transparent and decentralized society, and such a society may offer many benefits. In order to take that first step, we must first sacrifice most, if not all, of our privacy. But I think this may be a sacrifice that is not a sacrifice at all.
I can understand if you, upon first considering the idea of sacrificing your privacy, do not feel comfortable doing so. But others here have already established communities very similar to such a society. Consider this: the fear you feel about everything in your life being exposed is not a fear many of us will have in an open society, and for future generations, they will hardly learn what that fear must have been like."
[Ché looks at the camera]
"For those of you who are not convinced yet that expanding these experiments, these communities, to cover all of Origin should not be something that should be done at this time...I hope to discuss the pros and cons of an open, decentralized society, and many other things, with you in the future, much like I have been doing here the past days, and during my visit last month."
[Thoughtfull pause, eyes looking down, then up at the camera again with a small smile]
"I guess that's all for now. I'll see you around."
[Ché waves a peace sign at the crowd as he walks sideways of the stage, the video ends]