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FTR-68 The Aliens Are STILL Not Among Us

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In addi­tion to a dis­cus­sion of the pro­posed devel­op­ment of human cloning by the “Raelians,” an “Alien-Con­tactee” cult with alarm­ing fascis­tic over­tones, this broad­cast sets forth the ultra right-wing and fas­cist asso­ci­a­tions of Lt. Col. Philip Cor­so, a retired U.S. Army Colonel and aid to Sen­a­tor Strom Thur­mond of South Car­oli­na (the chair­man of the Sen­ate Armed Ser­vices Com­mit­tee.) Thur­mond has writ­ten the intro­duc­tion to a book by Cor­so (The Day After Roswell), in which Cor­so alleges that the U.S. gov­ern­ment has been in con­tact with “space aliens” and that he was per­son­al­ly involved with devel­op­ing “alien tech­nol­o­gy” and dis­trib­ut­ing it to the U.S. mil­i­tary and indus­tri­al com­mu­ni­ties. In the past, Cor­so has also claimed that Lee Har­vey Oswald was a com­mu­nist who killed Pres­i­dent Kennedy. One of the most impor­tant ele­ments of this pro­gram con­cerns a piv­otal­ly impor­tant arti­cle in the July 1997 issue of Pop­u­lar Mechan­ics. Access­ing infor­ma­tion obtained under the Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Act, the arti­cle devel­ops the the­sis that the Roswell Inci­dent actu­al­ly occurred, but that the fly­ing device that crashed there was not of extra-ter­res­tri­al ori­gin. One of the most cel­e­brat­ed of the UFO inci­dents, the Roswell episode was prob­a­bly sparked by the crash of a pro­to­typ­i­cal fly­ing device being devel­oped by the U.S. using cap­tured Ger­man and/or Japan­ese tech­nol­o­gy obtained under “Project Paper­clip.” Project Paper­clip was an Amer­i­can pro­gram that import­ed Axis nations’ mil­i­tary tech­nol­o­gy and sci­en­tists for the pur­pos­es of uti­liz­ing them for the U.S. (The best known out­growth of this pro­gram was the impor­ta­tion of the Nazi rock­et sci­en­tists, such as SS offi­cer Wern­er von Braun, to work for the U.S. space explo­ration pro­gram.)


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  1. Swasti­ka Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Week, com­pli­ments of the Raelians:

    Los Ange­les Times
    Swasti­ka ban­ner flies over Coney Island; beach-goers com­plain

    July 14, 2014, 9:21 AM

    A small plane car­ry­ing a ban­ner of a swasti­ka, flew above Coney Island beach­es over the week­end as part of an annu­al effort by the Inter­na­tion­al Raelian Move­ment to res­ur­rect it as a sym­bol for good instead of its hat­ed rep­re­sen­ta­tion of Nazi racism and fas­cism.


    The effort by the Raelian group sparked the expect­ed out­rage and was viewed by many as more of an exam­ple of hate than peace.

    “It’s a very chill­ing image, in light of the fact that south­ern Brook­lyn has the largest remain­ing num­ber of World War II and Holo­caust sur­vivors,” Coun­cil­man Mark Treyger (D‑Brooklyn) said.. He told the Dai­ly News that he had received sev­er­al com­plaints over the aer­i­al dis­play. “There is no place for this in New York City.

    Accord­ing to its web­site, the Raelian Move­ment believes that sci­en­tists came to Earth and “cre­at­ed all forms of life, includ­ing human beings, whom they cre­at­ed in their own image.” The extrater­res­tri­als picked a mes­sen­ger, Rael — born Claude Voril­hon on Sept. 30, 1946 in France — to pre­pare the way for the arrival of the sci­en­tists from out­er space.

    The Raelian Move­ment every year tries to remind peo­ple that before the Nazis, the swasti­ka — a peace sign and a Star of David — was an ancient sym­bol of well-being to Hin­dus and Bud­dhists, among oth­ers. This year the group expand­ed its demon­stra­tions to a week from a sin­gle day.

    “We decid­ed we need an entire week to real­ly get the word out,” Raelian Guide Thomas Kaen­zig said in a post on the group’s web­site..

    “Swasti­ka Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Week” began on July 5, and we’ve already held events in about 20 cities in Africa, Aus­tralia, Asia, Europe and South Amer­i­ca.”

    Canada’s largest bill­board com­pa­ny reject­ed the group’s order for a large sign it want­ed to dis­play in that coun­try, Kaen­zig said. The group is not anti-Semit­ic, spokesman Kaen­zig told the Wall Street Jour­nal. “We’re here to edu­cate peo­ple, not offend peo­ple.”

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | July 14, 2014, 9:03 am

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