Citizens safely sedated –
Thou shall not believe in
"Participation in North American democracy is largely based on the
belief that citizens should never be released into the world until they
have been properly sedated." This quote, taken from an unknown
convocation address, not only magnifies the state of denial and ignorance
in which a massive proportion of North Americans live; it is also an
historical testament to the lies we are all prepared to accept for the
sake of convenience.
Digest that for a moment before we proceed – because, quite frankly,
it doesn’t get much better.
No UFOs or elephants allowed in the dining room
Few issues are as stigmatized or ridiculed as the UFO/ET issue.
Its reality is marginalized – its existence, as a viable mode of
reasoning – that we are not alone in the universe - is disallowed.
For those unfamiliar with UFOs, beginning around 1947 or perhaps
earlier the UFO/ET issue burst onto the scene. The matter since
then has been investigated, scrutinized, ridiculed, stigmatized,
written about and tossed around like a piece of red-hot coal for over
Generally, world governments, their military and intelligence
agencies have managed to ignore, cover-up and otherwise cauterize
this issue from the consciousness of just about every politically astute
human being on the planet.
Richard M. Dolan, one of the UFO research community’s finest
authors, puts it best in his seminal work UFOs and the National
Security State – Chronology of a Cover-up 1941 to 1973, "… the
analysis [of the UFO issue] leaves us with the distinct impression
of the ET hypothesis as the elephant in the dining room that no one
As it stands today, in the year 2010 the state of affairs in the
UFO/ET issue will one day be looked back upon as a simplistic,
naïve and perhaps awkwardly nascent search for what was before
our eyes all the while. However for the time being humanity remains
anesthetized to the political and anthropological imperatives-of-knowing
within the UFO/ET reality.
Political spin-doctors and media schemers administer this seemingly
harmless series of daily sedatives courtesy of our government, religious,
scientific and educational institutions. The dosage - in a perfect drip
formulation - removes the need for any belief in or consideration of the
UFO/ET issue. A faint echo - as we spiral into our drug-induced siesta –
it whispers – ‘thou shall not believe in UFOs.’
History will show we were too blind, well sedated and collectively too
stubborn to see what is happening to us along the way. Complicit with
our handlers in the so-called democratic way of life we pretend to be
part of, this collective ignorance spends its time around every kitchen
table, in every newsroom and university lecture hall on the planet –
‘thou shall not even try to understand what the UFO issue really means.’
But give your head a shake – let’s look at who and what we are and
have become as a result of this politically induced sedation – it might
explain how and why we have reached this point in our addiction.
All too familiar forms of sedation
Knowingly and in some cases, wantonly, we choose to eradicate a species
of animals or plant life virtually by the hour.
We permit and otherwise turn an infected blind-eye to the fact that
every 45 seconds a child dies of malaria in Africa (W.H.O. Statistic)
while we ensure the existence of an economic system that hordes the
distribution of wealth and medical care into the bulging pockets of the
We build weapons platforms in space, stuff fossil fuels into the mouths
of any machine capable of work, remaining oblivious to what comes out
the other end.
We deify celebrities beyond our own God, (movie theatres have
become the churches for the worship of strange gods with lipstick,
make-up, guns that carry the ammunition of fear and male homo
sapiens with bizarre levels of testosterone) shall we go on - perhaps
not, lest we identify too closely with one of these churches or
another form of self-medication.
Lest those who are more familiar with the UFO/ET issue and its
huge body of research conclude this assessment is too harsh – peer
for a moment at our plight for the full Disclosure of the facts surrounding
the ET presence.
At each turn, as we inch forward and even after small Disclosure
victories - a member of the sedated, be it media, government or
even one of our own - manages to snuff out the light. The only
redeeming attributes we hold dear are our collective, internally-driven
courage to relentlessly seek the truth but more powerfully, celebrate
the reality that somehow we have been inoculated against the insidious
vaccine forced upon most in a world who are consumed by the
dumb-down messages of politics, religion, education, science and the
mass media. These attributes just may be our deliverance.
Sadly though and still, a pathetic majority of humanity sits and stares
at the passing parade of human events – hoping for that one really nice
float at the end of the procession that will ease our conscience because
we’ve sat on our hands for so long and at times covered our eyes and
ears in the hope – ‘there must be something better coming soon.’
Like the perfect social sedative, indolence and inaction have compelled
us to become inert; much like a deer frozen in the headlights of an
on-coming car – knowing it must not stay to witness what might come
next but is still, petrified and captivated by the sheer awe and magnitude
of the ensuing collision.
Somehow all of this may hit a little too close to home for some. These all
too familiar forms of sedation are so cutely insidious – their administration
is like a mosquito bite – irritating but soon forgotten when another itch
takes its place.
So – in a way we may not be totally to blame for our ignorance and
inert posture because our handlers are so good at sedation. But does
this remove all culpability?
No. But it certainly explains why and how we have become so cleverly
mesmerized by the sedative. We appear to have little time to ponder
the rational argument and the deluge of documentation that the
UFO /ET reality is as real as the air that we breathe and that sustains us.
When the sedation wears off