Letters: ET cover up and the truth

Humanity's ascension needs to be made clear says letter writer

Thank you for publishing my “response to” letter in our local paper of Mar 11, 2015.  Unfortunately, you saw it necessary to scrap the pithy part. I am resubmitting this section once again for your consideration as it is this garbage that has hijacked humanity’s path to ascension and it needs to be made clear for all:

(“They” are) bombarding us with bad food, disease, techno-EMF’s, chemtrails, corporate science, religious distortions, precariat creation, extinction investment, 100 years of perpetual war and fear-mongering, false flag theatre and a media providing mis-information and no information, telling us the most trivial things are important, causing us to fight amongst ourselves, across genders and across races, as “they” – all world governments with the medical-military-industrial complex – suck the life out of us and this planet.

Citizen’s Forums on the ET/UFO phenomenon have expanded rapidly around the globe since 2012. Last year’s conference in Europe was covered by mainstream news in Italy. Disclosure concerning worldwide government ET coverup is nearly upon us, many energetic frequencies and species are involved and have been involved for eons. As a human race we need to be able to discuss this topic and connect the dots.    There is no excuse for secrecy. This subject will be removed from the realms of taboo and for the greatest well-being, sooner is much better, now is best. I ask you all personally who read this to answer:  Do you want to be fearless and whole or does it feel ok being status quo in a dysfunctional system? There is no wrong answer, just know that truth is imminent. And we will all be asked to choose.

For your perusal, Richard Dolan speaking to the Citizen’s Hearing on Disclosure in Washington, 2013:

Peace and Enlightenment,

Roberta Daye

Sooke

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