Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Major Soft Disclosure | Think Tank Discusses How To Restore Justice On Earth or Outer Space? - How to Overthrow a Martian Dictatorship

There is so much soft disclosure in this article it boggles the mind and for those who have been gaining knowledge of the Secret Space program and the history of our planet, the hairs of your neck are about to stand on end. 

First the article specifically tries to dissuade people from applying the concepts to earth:
"Note – and I should make this abundantly clear for any spooks reading this – the British government, nor any government on Earth, but a tyrannical administration on an alien world in the future."
Anyone who has half a clue about what's really happening on Earth should quickly realize we are undoubtedly being controlled by a tyrannical administration, the so called Cabal, which has operated for thousands of years. This manifests as an elite who 'own' all the resources of the planet, and have elevated themselves as rulers by force, using systems such as democracy (mob rule) to keep the awakening masses in check. When reading the below article, imagine it was specifically written for Earth. 



Given the recent disclosures by Corey Goode, as summarized by David Wilcock here: History of 'Old One's', Draco's, SSP, Plan for Disclosure in 2015, Cabal Surrender, Sphere Beings, and Much More, I suspect that this is in some way connected to the upcoming big disclosure, which will provide the basis for creating a society based on truth, honor and justice. The similarities between what is discussed by this Think Tank are so complete in relation to Corey's disclosures, it seems as though they started meeting 3 years ago (shortly after the Sphere Being Alliance was established) as part of the Cabals effort to maintain their control in a post disclosure world. 

Briefly, this is because their myths and legends about this time in history, where they would be elevated to the status of gods, was dispelled as a result of an Alliance formed between one faction of the secret space program and highly advanced guardian group known as the Sphere Beings. This Alliance has stopped major Cabal activities, and is giving them time to do what is right to tell the truth to humanity, else it will be done for them by the human Alliance, which formed 3 years ago, some time in 2012.

Corey's recent trip to Mars, wherein he visited an ICC installation, is almost perfectly described as their 'thought experiment':
Conclusions from these meetings will be published as essays, designed to serve as manuals for future spacefarers.

“We hope the discussions we have will constitute the first ideas on extraterrestrial liberty,” Cockell says. “We’ve got a chance to think about what the problems might be in outer space before we go there.”

The scenarios the group is contemplating are easiest to imagine if you think about what a space colony might be like. Perhaps a domed settlement with a few hundred residents, beneath a thin dusty Martian sky. A fragile and isolated outpost of humanity 225 million kilometres from the home world. With a brutal dictator and his cronies in charge of the oxygen generators, for instance. [an almost perfect match for the ICC Colony visited by Corey on June 20th.]
Related Big Update: ICC Mars Colony Conference Report June 20th, World Shattering Disclosure for Mars Colonists, 'Divergent' Type Conditions | Corey GoodETxSG

Also, the Think Tank suggests that the most effective way to uproot a tyrannical dictatorship is through terrorist like violence:
“Say, for example, you don’t like your government and you resort to revolution,” says Cockell. “Someone goes and smashes up the habitat, destroys the windows and instantly the place is depressurised, the oxygen is lost and everyone dies.

“The consequences of violence in space could be much more catastrophic than on Earth,” he warns, “So how do you dissent in an environment in which violent disobedience might kill everyone?”
Why is revolution only able to be realized through violent means? Clearly this reveals a lack of understanding about Natural Law and honor - while stopping violence with defensive force is our duty, inflicting violence on others in some type of eye for an eye justice only creates more problems and a softer form of mob rule. They then say, that media and journalism is the next most effective approach, suggesting that the Alternative media who has championed reforms of the Earth systems are in fact making significant headway.

Finally, in the Scifi Series, Ascension, there is a group of people on a generational long mission to Proxima Centauri - a near perfect match for the Ark story described below by Baxers novel.

I could write a small book on all the meanings offered in this article. For those who have been following the Secret Space Program disclosures of late, this will probably be recognized as an effort to prepare for what is to come. 

Our planet is the world taken over by tyrannical dictatorships, and I find it interesting that their previous conferences were on how to develop a system of governance founded on the US Constitution and Bill of Rights; possibly in an effort to create another bogus democracy of self imposed slavery, like what has dominated the US since its beginnings. 

The likelihood that this group is not connected to MI6, being only 2 blocks away, and that it is not dealing with the recent developments related to the SSP Alliance of 2012 and plans for mass disclosure is extremely low. In my view, this is one of the biggest confirmations of circumstantial evidence yet to hit the scene. 

For more about these recent events see these posts:

Full ET Disclosure Plan Involves Document Dumps & Whistleblowers Coming Forward | Dr. Michael Salla

Big Update | Latest ET Conference, The Method Used to Travel, How to Prepare for Disclosure, Sphere Being Clarifications | Corey GoodETxSG

Self Mastery and Discernment Are Essential To Avoid A.I. Enslavement | Bio-Technology Hybrids Open the Door to Extraterrestrials AI Robots Replacing Humanity

How Has The ET Narrative Changed? | Freeman Perspective with Dr. Michael Salla from 2012 - The Grey's, Sirians, ET Races, Esoteric Symbolism and Architecture, Plus More

The Ultimate Secret: Majestic-12 | Secret Space Programs, ET Contacts, UFO's, Above Top Secret

Soft Disclosure | The Vatican Is Making Radical Changes In Preparation For Disclosure

Solar Warden: Secret Space Program

Extraterrestrial Alliance Helps Secret Space Program Overcome Opposition To Full Disclosure | Insider Corey GoodETxSG

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Source - BBC

Two short blocks from the London headquarters of Britain’s security service, MI6, a group of 30 men and women is plotting to overthrow the government.

Note – and I should make this abundantly clear for any spooks reading this – the British government, nor any government on Earth, but a tyrannical administration on an alien world in the future.

This is not a game. The scientists, engineers, social scientists, philosophers and writers gathered at the British Interplanetary Society in London are taking their task seriously – studying, with academic rigour, the problem of toppling despotic extraterrestrial regimes.

We’ve got a chance to think about what the problems might be in outer space before we go there - Charles Cockell

This is the third annual conference on extraterrestrial liberty. Last year the event tackled the challenge of writing a constitution for an alien settlement, concluding that successful space colonies should base laws and liberties on the US Constitution and Bill of Rights.

“This year we’re discussing what happens if you don’t like the government you’ve created and want to overthrow it,” says conference organiser Charles Cockell, a professor of astrobiology at the University of Edinburgh.

Conclusions from these meetings will be published as essays, designed to serve as manuals for future spacefarers.

“We hope the discussions we have will constitute the first ideas on extraterrestrial liberty,” Cockell says. “We’ve got a chance to think about what the problems might be in outer space before we go there.”

The scenarios the group is contemplating are easiest to imagine if you think about what a space colony might be like. Perhaps a domed settlement with a few hundred residents, beneath a thin dusty Martian sky. A fragile and isolated outpost of humanity 225 million kilometres from the home world. With a brutal dictator and his cronies in charge of the oxygen generators, for instance.

Non-violent opposition

“Say, for example, you don’t like your government and you resort to revolution,” says Cockell. “Someone goes and smashes up the habitat, destroys the windows and instantly the place is depressurised, the oxygen is lost and everyone dies.

“The consequences of violence in space could be much more catastrophic than on Earth,” he warns, “So how do you dissent in an environment in which violent disobedience might kill everyone?”

The answer lies, Cockell believes, in preventing dictatorships emerging in the first place. This would be achieved by building non-violent means of opposition to government into the rulebook, perhaps through organised labour systems – similar to unions on Earth – or by holding the leadership to account through journalism and media.

In space, private corporations could be just as ruthless and despotic as the worst governments

“Once you stop a free press in an extraterrestrial environment, you’re actually in deep trouble,” he says.

The physical structure of the settlements could also be designed to minimise the effects of conflict, with air, water and power systems in multiple locations. Not only would this reduce vulnerabilities to a break down or failure but it would avoid the dangers of a central point of control.

However, even with a free press or organised unions there are issues in space that do not arise on Earth – particularly when companies are involved.

“As we know private corporations can be just as ruthless and despotic as the worst governments,” says Cockell. “If you strike, then maybe the corporation says ‘that’s fine – let me show you to the airlock and you can leave’ and off you go into the vacuum of space.”

And while freedoms, liberties and labour laws have evolved on Earth – at least in democratic nations – they may need to be adapted before anyone settles elsewhere. Space is a unique environment and there is a balance to be struck between slavery and total freedom. Opting out is not an option. A Martian colony that is so libertarian that everyone sits around doing nothing all day is unlikely to survive for long.

“We need to arrive at a balance between a society that maximises civil liberties but also maximises the potential for people to survive the lethal conditions of space,” says Cockell.

Sci-fi signposts

Although this may be one of the few times that academics have formally contemplated the challenges of off-planet living, science fiction writers have been thinking about it for decades.

One of the British Interplanetary Society’s most famous members is Arthur C Clarke and conference delegates include one of today’s best-known and acclaimed sci-fi writers, Stephen Baxter.

Baxter’s 2010 novel Ark, for instance, features a starship on a multi-generational mission to a distant new world where precisely the issues of governance arise. “You have a group of young very competitive candidates applying to get on this thing,” explains Baxter, “and then they find they’re stuck there.”

“At first it’s military discipline, then they go for a consensual government but that breaks down and a dictator takes over because he gets hold of the water supply – very relevant to this discussion,” Baxter says. “You also have a middle generation who are going to live and die on the ship and they evolve a rebellious teenage culture.” Some people do not even believe they are on a spaceship but in some sort of prison or social experiment.

“Evolving a society inside a box is a fascinating area to think about,” says Baxter. “Sci-fi writers are always thinking one step beyond, it’s a great bed of thought experiments.”

The more you anticipate, the more chance you have to get it right - Stephen Baxter

In fact one of the first known books on lunar revolution, The Birth of a New Republic, was written by sci-fi author Jack Williamson in the 1930s. The novel explores tensions within society and between the Moon and Earth. Robert Heinlein’s 1966 novel, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, even explores the idea of a prison colony on the Moon with a despotic prison warder who controls the air supply.

For Baxter, the conference helps shift these sci-fi ideas into practical reality.

“The more you anticipate, the more chance you have to get it right,” he says. “It’s not that far away before we have long-term missions away from the Earth and we have to look at the psychology of people in enclosed environments and construct a civilisation on this basis.”

In the 1930s a colony on the Moon was a distant dream. Even in 1966 humanity was three years away from that first step. A long duration mission could happen during our lifetime. If it is to succeed and humans are to successfully colonise new worlds, we need to be prepared.

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Source:


http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150619-how-to-overthrow-a-martian-dictatorship
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