Jezer returned this morning. He was expansive about our prospects for the future. In fact, he has already taken two groups out of the city to the hiding place. And they are hard at work making it habitable for those to follow.
But he also had a word of caution. Among those he led out were some men whose forced labor involved delivery of materials down in the civic center. There they gleaned that two factions, the world government versus the local, were at odds in regards to the disposition of our people.
The locals are for our expulsion. The world government officials want to round us up into concentration camps.
Jezer believes their disagreement will work in our favor.