January 12, 2003
----- Original Message -----
From: "The Sacred Earth Society" <email@example.com>
To: "Ken Adachi" <Editor@educate-yourself.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2003 4:12 PM
Subject: NO WAR
The message below came to me from a friend. It is in several languages.
Please consider putting your name to the petition below. It is a petition
intended for the United Nations. No war
The US is about to dictate that a war take place. We are currently
undergoing a worldwide imbalance that could (at worst) lead to a third world
war. If you are also against this threat, the UN is now collecting signatures
to try to prevent this tragedy. Please copy this e-mail into a new one, add
your name to the end, and send it to everyone you know. The e-mail quote
marks (>) can easily be removed using a nifty program called "Note tab
light" it can be down loaded for free at http://www.notetab.com/ntl-dnld1.htm
Use the Modify/E-mail/Un-quote function. If you receive the list with more
than 600 names please send a copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org Even if
you decide not to add your name please send the petition on to others.
These listed human beings are for NO WAR!
1) Suzanne Dathe, Grenoble, France
2) Laurence COMPARAT, Grenoble, France
3) Philippe MOTTE, Grenoble, France
545) Sabine Kacunko,Germany
546) Ken Marsh, North Salem, New York, USA
547) Eric Siegel, San Diego, California, USA, http://SacredEarth.org
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2003 11:55 PM
Subject: Re: NO WAR
I greatly appreciate the sincerity and peaceful aspirations of the people
who have signed this petition to the UN, but I'm afraid that petitions have
had no political effect whatsoever for the past 50 years or more. Petitions
are frequently circulated on the Internet to be presented to the UN. Can
you list one of them that has effectively changed anything? In fact, has
the UN ever presented such a petition as this to the US government?
I don't believe they have, but even if they did, would it be anything more
than a dog and pony show for the sake of appearance?
The US government, mainstream media, and even the UN, feel compelled to often
remind us that we live in a 'democracy'. Do you think we are living in a
democracy Eric? I mean a real democracy?
If we were, there might be some possibility that large petitions would have
some political effect, but they have none because we longer live
under democratic rules. We only live under the ghostlike remnant of a former
democratic society whose government pays meaningless lip service to our 'democratic
ideals' and 'Constitutional liberties'. We have fascists and traitors at
the helm of state and they continually strive to deceive the general public
with the notion that we, "the People", are in charge. Nothing could be farther
from the truth.
What you are doing, however, in circulating a petition such as this, is to
provide the Illuminati with an up-to-date database of people who will be
singled out as freedom loving, antiwar advocates; not exactly the sort of
robotic, indifferent 'workers' that the globalists wish to have around after
their One World government is a reality.
Perhaps you are unaware, Eric, that the UN itself is a creation of the Illuminati
and seeking redress from the UN against its very creators is something akin
to victims of the Final Solution bringing their complaints to Gestapo Headquarters.
Of course, one could also argue that signing an ineffective petition is a
way of telling oneself that we've done our part for the antiwar effort and
feel good, but have we really accomplished anything-other than reveal our
political views to people that we should not trust?
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