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Re: 'Media Not Covering-Up' - White

From: Eleanor White <raven1@mail.nas.net>
Date: Sat, 01 Jun 2002 15:51:01 -0400
Fwd Date: Sat, 01 Jun 2002 15:51:01 -0400
Subject: Re: 'Media Not Covering-Up' - White

 >From: Peter van Hyum <pvanhyum@bigpond.net.au>
 >To: <ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net>
 >Subject: Re: SDI 190 - 'Media Not Covering-Up'
 >Date: Sat, 1 Jun 2002 09:39:10 +0800

 >>From: Eleanor White <raven1@mail.nas.net>
 >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net>
 >>Date: Fri, 31 May 2002 16:20:14 +0000
 >>Subject: Re: SDI 190 - 'Media Not Covering-Up'


 >>This is why the issue is now dropping off the radar screens.
 >>Maybe I'll soon have to revive the title for my old lecture,
 >>"Whatever Happened to UFOs?"

 >>Doesn't anyone consider that 9/11 and its frenzied fallout might
 >>be what is diminishing UFO interest?

 >Not being a qualified person in either the fields of Ufology or
 >psychiatry, and not yet fully across the wide range of
 >information regarding the former, I tender that the words I had
 >with you a few weeks ago Eleanor, regarding the Truth and people
 >not wanting to know it, are ringing true... it is commonly
 >referred to as 'denial'.
 >This quote, supposedly from a military pilot (and yes, I believe
 >made of or into 'sterner' stuff), after discussions regarding
 >the _re-entry_ of an Unspecified, Unapproved, Untested, Unknown,
 >Unreleased, Unacknowledged FO.

 >"I would rather take a rocket ship to Hell than to go back
 >inside that craft."


 >What message does this convey to 'the common man'?

That this fellow is certain UFOs are real.

 >If you think about our own psyche and be really honest, do you
 >now look at people of Middle Eastern appearance with a different
 >view than you might have before 9/11. I know I do, and I
 >apologise to the 99.9998 % of the people of that origin who are
 >innocent (the well known majority, who have anything screwed by
 >the minority).

I do not look at Middle Easterners any differently than before
9/11. With crime, it is the criminal's fault, not others of the
same ethnic background. A week after 9/11 I sent emails to all
the local Muslim organizations I could find, telling them I
welcomed them as my fellow Canadians, and that I felt it was
tragic and atrocious that their children were being harassed in

 >Does this sound familiar... I would put the rampant skeptics in
 >this former minority group.

 >As affirmed believers we are operating from an underdog
 >position. The skeptics have the power as they have the 'donkey
 >vote' (the default vote of denial, apathy and ignorance). It is
 >about marketing...VHS is the much preferred and common video
 >format, but professionals use (better) BETA format... you know,
 >those big bulky things that used to have movies on them <g>)

 >I personally believe, if we want to raise the profile of Ufology
 >in the public eye, we need the eminently credible Ufologists
 >like Kevin Randle, Stanton Friedman et al, to focus public
 >debate on the somewhat more believable and substantive issues
 >like the relationships of Government facilities, that
 >surround/adjoin the landings/crash sites of UFOs and include
 >the high profile cover ups of the 40's and 50's.

Yes and the media can help them, without much trouble, by giving
their speeches ongoing coverage, and making sure a debunker does
not get the last word on these spots.

 >Add to this the possible reasons for the location of sites like
 >Area 51, as we currently understand them, the relationships
 >between Boron, nuclear reactors and blistered skin, coloured
 >lights and dizziness, lost time and memory, stopped watches and
 >power drain etc.....

 >At the risk of seeming insensitive, we need to raise the issue
 >to a 60's Vietnam-type awareness. The leadership and guidance of
 >these aforementioned believers is crucial. Show and tell us the

No one has tried ongoing picketing yet. Why not?

Afraid of ridicule? As one who pickets for another cause subject
to government denial and ridicule, I can tell you first hand
that for every one of the (very few) ridiculers, there are
others who come along and congratulate me for having the courage
to tell the public about the other issue.

I am certain that UFO disclosure picketers would not find as
much on-site ridicule as perhaps they think. In fact, I think
such picketers would be overjoyed at the amount of support they
would find. It really raises your spirits when cars go by, honk,
and give you thumbs up when you're out on a cold, dark winter

With so much support indicated in the polls, at the very least
one continuously manned picket site could be accomplished at
least during good weather. I'm sure there are enough supporters
who could spare a few vacation days - many people don't take
all their vacation anyway.

You want something, you gotta give something, is what this
situation amounts to, IMO.

 >Critical mass and collective knowledge is what is required here.

As I see it, the polls indicate a substantial mass, and the
information available from private researchers is incredible.
What is needed, in my opinion, is the hard work of picketing,
which is the only affordable way to get past both media and

If I didn't have the other issue that needs my attention, I
would gladly start picketing immediately.

Eleanor White

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