Friday, February 11, 2011

Validation At Any Cost

The UFO hordes were thrilled at validation by The Powers That Be:
The Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF), the only event of its kind, is an annual meeting of global business leaders, international political leaders, and selected intellectuals and journalists brought together to create a dialogue with respect to the positive impact organizational and national competitiveness can have on local, regional and global economic and social development. It was founded in 2006 by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), and is held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia under the patronage of HM King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.

It is interesting that the 5th Annual Global Competitiveness Forum to be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Jan. 23-26 has the courage to have a panel “Contact: Learning from Outer Space.” Featuring Dr. Jacques Vallee, Nick Pope, Dr. Michio Kaku, myself and an Egyptian Scientist Dr. Zaghloul El Naggar”, a member of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs.
Global Competitiveness Conference?


Blood money (and, really, is there any other kind?) doesn't come any bloodier than that.

Apparently, no one of any importance was the least bit concerned by the stomach-turning truth:  Global Competitiveness is the fundamental paradigm which spawns the most horrific atrocities facing down every human being on this planet.

Exopolitics is a grotesquely corrupt sham populated by self-aggrandizing elitists who use populist rhetoric to advance their appetites for power, influence and social advantage. They condemn The Powers That Be one moment, then brag, at every opportunity, of their proximity to those same powers.  By what authority do these people claim to represent anyone?  Dolla dolla bill, yo.

They sure as hell don't represent me.  What the exopolitics crowd understands of human nature, much less politics - which is nothing more than human nature manifest in institutional form - would not fill a thimble. Their spectacular ignorance is the very thing  accounting for their utility; not to me, but most assuredly to the sponsors of the corporate wankfest that is The Global Competitive Conference: CNN, Boeing, Financial Times, Audi, and so on.

I wonder if Raytheon chipped in for the party, and, if so, did it at all matter to the participants?  That's a rhetorical question.

The purpose of this annual conference is to strengthen the very institutions most responsible for strangling the life out of this planet before our very eyes.  Those institutions will be among the first to crumble when it becomes apparent to all of humanity that justice is a universal value.

As is typical of what passes for "debate" among UFO aficionados, someone rather closely affiliated with exopolitics obliquely referred to
me a "false prophet" for saying this.  The criticism itself went unchallenged. 

For what it's worth, I'm not real hip to the whole prophesy thing, but (a.) I do believe in Universal Justice, (b.) even if it takes a lifetime or a thousand lifetimes, and (c.) I make a point of knowing - or, at least, not ignoring - what goes on in the world, which is more than I can say of an awful lot of my huffy critics. 

Allow me to beat this dead horse a little more.

Perhaps you've heard of Jeppesen? No?  It's a Boeing subsidiary in the business of, among other things, transporting human beings for the express purpose of being tortured and, in all likelihood, occasionally murdered, by our good friends abroad. The polite term - sterilized so Americans never have to feel responsible, culpable, accountable or ashamed of financing crimes against humanity - is renditionAwwwwww.  Isn't that sweet?  Rendition sounds like a close cousin of Confection, a harmless something-or-other in which a very smart, tassle-shoed financial adviser would invest. Heavily.

It isn't as if liability is a concern.  Put it all on red! 

If anyone reading this was transported to one of our "allied" nation-states for the purpose of rendition and lived to tell the tale, they could not sue Jeppesen in a court of law. Why? Because the Obama Administration makes damn sure Jeppesen is protected under a State Secrets privilege.  This is a documented fact.

There are no trustworthy leaders, official or otherwise, in a hierarchy rotten to the core. A hierarchy for which nationalism, religion, ideology and, yes, even intellect (!!!) are merely adornments. We all know right from wrong, but use collective constructs to justify our selfishness, our greed, our cruelty.

We don't need leaders. 

We don't need followers. 

We need to accept responsibility for our actions, and conduct ourselves in a fashion which does not divide the world into winners and losers.

Friends, I ain't perfect.  You may have figured that out by now.  Life is a struggle.  And it's supposed to be a struggle.  If your life is easy breezy, you aren't paying attention.

But never mind that. Together, let us clink our glasses in praise of our awesomeness, and drink pure poison that tastes like candy, if only because the tonic to cure our ills tastes like poison. It is counter-intuitive to believe anything good for us can taste so awful, but this is what a true paradigm shift tastes like. 
The ascendant paradigm is not just an ideal or aspiration.  It is Light, and seeing what it illuminates is not for the faint of heart. 

Ever the optimist, I'll end this on a positive note.  Something good has already emerged from this meeting: the rank hypocrisy of exopolitics has been laid bare for all to see.

Who will look?

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