The security of the Community will be his
primary aim, said No.6 in an exclusive interview.
The forthright candidate for the post of
No.2 is determined that the citizens be safeguarded against threats to their
“I have every confidence in my
chances,” No.6 told our reporter: “I admire No.2 as a man and I pay tribute to
his achievements. But the time has come for a change.
No.6 insisted that it would be a hard
fight, “but a clean one.”
We must put he well being of the Community
above everything else, he declared.
“I did not seek the opportunity to run for
our highest office,” said No.6, “But I accepted the call when it came, because
it is my duty as a citizen.”
No.6 said that his platform would be
“an opportunity for everyone and freedom for all.”
shall fight for the rights of all of us, and I shall not shirk the decisions
that have to be taken.”
In a true democracy like our community,
every individual has a special responsibility to express his mind by voting for
the right candidate.
No.6 said he believed in absolute frankness
with the electorate.
“Cards on the table is my motto,” he told
our reporter. “Everyone has a choice in this matter, and I know they will vote
for the candidate who gives it to them straight from the shoulder.
“To have the vote is a great democratic
asset which must not be abused,” No.6 reminded an enthusiastic election
meeting. “You must feel free to make your cross in the right place.”
No.6 said he entered the contests with
enthusiasm for a system which gave the ordinary citizen the right to run for
the highest office.
Such is the article by our own reporter,
not No.113, written and published at such a time long before Number 6 accepted
the suggestion from Number 6 that he was just the sort of candidate The Village
needs. Indeed when it comes to the actual interview with Number 6, Number 113
didn’t write one syllable down in his notebook!