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I'm sorry I know of speciesism in the galaxy but could someone please explain to me how Count Dooku is speciesist. First of all he is one of the main protaganists of the Confederacy of Separatist systems, which is mainly made up of non human species, he constantly is seen co-operating alongside aliens, perhaps more often than he's seen working with humans. I just find this a surprise but if anyone can find any sources which prove his speciesism then I will not argue with fact.

  • This is something that turns up mysteriously in the Revenge of the Sith novelization, though there's no real hint of it in other material. Yrfeloran 23:23, 10 August 2008 (UTC)

Jekk'Jekk TarrEdit

Isn't that a example of Speciesism? Here is the article Bigtukker 18:04, February 14, 2011 (UTC)

  • In fact, the alien nature of the Confederacy was a part of the Sidious' and Dooku's plan. After the war, they will be able to blame the non-human leaders of the Confederacy for the whole conflict in order to create a New Order ruled by humans only. It appears in Revenge of the Sith novelization.Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

Lanteeb and Rocantor Edit

Shouldn't Lanteeb and Rocantor be added? They're highly xenophobic, enough to have enslaved another race because they were aliens. 03:30, October 8, 2011 (UTC)