High Strangeness: A Million of This, a Million of That

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

A Million of This, a Million of That

The other day I blogged about the upcoming Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, and I was pretty dismissive of the whole thing for reasons you can read about here.

But I'm a big person and I can admit when I'm wrong. And while I'm still essentially right about the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, there is one thing that the people behind this event are doing that I like. I like it because it has the word "million" in it, just like my "Million Intruder March," scheduled for later this year in Nevada. There's just something about a thing consisting of a million things that gives me confidence that we can unravel this whole UFO/Government conspiracy kerfuffle at last.

This nifty side project to the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure is called "Million Fax on Washington." It involves either a million of us faxing the White House's Office of Science and Technology (OST) at 202-266-7454 to demand that the government reveal what it knows about UFOs and extraterrestrial visitors at once, or one guy sending a million faxes to OST, I'm not sure which. I guess it doesn't really matter. A million faxes is a million faxes, no matter who sends them. Somebody's going to notice them.

This whole thing started a while back when a bunch of people petitioned the White House to disclose everything it knows about UFOs, aliens, alien technology and the like, and the White House flatly denied knowing anything. Needless to say, that didn't sit well with a lot of people, who took the denial as proof that the White House is hiding something.

What else could they do, really, but put on a mock Senate hearing and encourage enraged supporters to fire up their fax machines?
This is the facsimile, or "fax," machine at the White House Office of Science and Technology, specially designed to accept a million incoming faxes from ordinary citizens like you and me in less than a day!
Want to take part? I thought you would. Here's what the Million Fax website has to say about what to write in your fax:

In your own words convey the following:
  1. You find the White House response to Disclosure Petition I - Disclosure to be unsatisfactory.
  2. There is substantial evidence pointing to an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race and the White House (OSTP) should examine that evidence,.
  3. The OSTP should send representatives to the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure as part of that examination.
  4. You believe a truth embargo regarding the ET issue has been imposed by the government for decades and this embargo must end now.
  5. You have a need and a right to know the truth of this matter and you can handle that truth.
Why should you do it? The organizers knew you'd ask:
  1. It is time for the people to know the truth about the world they inhabit.
  2. Maintaining the truth embargo has cost a fortune, undermined the social contract, and led to abuses of secrecy and power.
  3. Until this embargo is ended there will be no public access to technologies derived from ET vehicles at a time of mounting economic and environmental challenges. The energy and propulsion physics of the "flying saucer" is needed now.
Well, that's what it's really all about, isn't it? We need the energy and propulsion physics of the "flying saucer" and we need it now. I'll grant you, it would also be nice to know the truth about the world I inhabit, but that seems a bit selfish when what we really need is the energy of the "flying saucer."

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