Open Letter to The Galactics
|2009 Image of Moon Sized Galactic Biosphere Near Sun|
We know you are there and have been there for many years. We know you got a Star Trek "Prime Directive" non-interference thing unless you get a request from this planet. We get that. And we thank you for your courtesy and consideration. Its a good deal more polite than the buggers that were here for the last 6000 years who have been running the show much to our detriment.
However, our governments have had 60 years to get the people up to speed on you guys and they have utterly failed and sand bag even now to give the people the straight scoop. See they lied for 60 years, and they don't know how to admit they lied. So that's a bit of a Catch 22 you and us have to work around.
80% of Americans believe UFOs are a reality. Sure our corporate owned TV news people still ridicule such things, but since the Iraq war, none of us believe TV news anymore anyway. They blew their credibility long ago. We thank them for showing us very clearly who they really work for, the contrast is complete and utterly clear, its bankers, defense companies and pharmaceutical companies. None of which really have our health and well being upper most in mind.
I propose that you can do something for us, to help us do our thing, The One People, and it will speed things along.
One of the issues we face is constant meddling with our emails, delaying them for hours sometimes, intercepting and jamming our chat, voice and video conferencing, especially internationally. This costs us countless hours of delay and frustration. Those who claim to rule to preserve freedom are actively trying to stop freedom.
The Czechoslovakian peaceful "Velvet Revolution" overthrow of communism led by Václav Havel was quite a remarkable event in 1989, and might be a model of how we can proceed. Initially a low tech affair, copies of playwright Václav Havel writings on freedom and human rights were photocopied and mimeographed covertly and passed person to person and was quite effective in organizing a ground base of popular support for what need to be done to free the country from communist tyranny. Yet, it was a slow process and involved much manual labor.
The Internet as we have it now was not in place 1989, hard to imagine I know, but being an older computer user, that's the way it was back then. Sheesh... I am really dating myself as an old fart now aren't I?
I remember reading in one of the computer trade magazines of that time that some mysterious gentlemen from Japan showed up in Prague with suitcases of computer modems which they distributed freely. It was a simple move, and not that expensive really, and they plugged into already existing computers. Ad-hoc networks were quickly established using computer bulletin board systems over existing telephone lines and that greatly sped up the pace of change during the Velvet Revolution. It was one of the most peaceful changes in government the world has ever seen.