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November 7, 2011

Scare tactics on aliens?

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

I just finished watching scare tactics on a new channel called the Curiosity Channel, on satellite television. It was about, “What would we do if we were attacked by beings from outer space?” It was, in my opinion, designed and produced by the big corporations who are now running the world.  They, along with crooked governments, know we believe it is going to happen in the not-so-distant future. They do not want to lose all the power they now hold over the world, so they are coming out with this kind of stuff to frighten average citizens.

But, after all, haven’t extraterrestrials been coming down to Earth for centuries? They are now aware we are becoming a hazard to ourselves, and want to keep us from poisoning the rivers any more than we already have, or blowing up the Earth. They want to keep billionaires from controlling the little man like they have been doing for years. We can look at a world where the rich will no longer rule. It scares the government and corporations so bad they may lose all they have acquired. They are using airwaves to try and frighten us, so when and if the extraterrestrials do come, we won’t trust them.

They want us to try to fight what will be good for the world. If they were going to come down here on Earth to take over, and destroy all of Earth’s inhabitants, wouldn’t they have done it already? I believe we do not have a thing to fear, except for the big corporations and the billionaires trying to keep that from taking place.

So far, I have not heard of anyone being hurt by the ones that are already supposed to be here. The only people who have been hurt are the ones the rich wanted to be hurt, in order to help scare us some more. We have nothing to fear. In fact, we have a whole new world to look forward to: No more wars or famine – only happiness and good health, along with a much better way of life. That scares the heck out of all of the ones who now have everything.

William B. Heytz


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