posted on Mar, 24 2008 @ 09:35 AM
What amuses me most, is that whilst the bickering continues, the scum in the halls of supposed power are destroying freedoms and liberty at a rate
never before seen.
Whilst you all sit here at your computer screens locked into discussing these puported facts, the politicians are taking away your rights to speak
Eventually sites like this one willl be shut down, for fear of "terrorist links" or "unsuitable content". It's already happening to many sites
out there, and few of us are doing anything about it.
When was the last time any of you got in touch with your local representatives and asked them to investigate something that mattered to you
Just before some of you start to accuse me of preaching and not practicing, I got in touch with my local MP only yesterday to ask about a very serious
issue of immigrants flouting the law and knowingly doing it. I've asked him to investigate, then reply in an official capacity. I have asked him to
let me know that he is earning the salary he is paid.
Obivously, I have been polite courteous, and thanked him for his time. This is something we should all be doing. If the local representatives had more
letters, and emails from us they would actually realise we do have a voice, we do wish to be heard, and they might actually start doing as we want
So, my simple advice is this: Lets stop the debate about which planes did or did not hit the towers and write to our local representatives.
If the topic of which plane hit the towers is too much to let go, then your local official elect will not give you the time of day. However, if you
write to him or her and ask them (politely) to give you an official response about the attrocity on 11th September 2001, and ask them if they
personally looked into the matter, you are going to get a response.
If you also ask them to continue, or re-open any investigations they were personally conducting, and mention that you would gratefully appreciate it,
they are likely to do something.
Ask them; if they haven't investigated, why not, and will they, because you would like to know that they listen to you as a voter, and would
certainly vote for someone that listens to you when the next elections come around... this always gets them thinking, because they want to keep their
Develop a relationship with your local officials. Write to them regularly. Always address them in a courteous manner, be succinct (brief and to the
point) in your correspondence. Give them plenty of time to respond to your letters (two weeks should be enough), and encourage your friends to do the
If there are twenty of you writting about the same things, your elected officials are not likely to ignore you... they start to think to
"wow, there's a crowd out there that have concerns about the same thing, I wonder if they'll be voting for me next time if I don't listen to
Remember votes count. If your elected official thinks that you and a group of your friends will not be voting for him or her next time, they are going
to listen to you...
Please, for all of our sakes, stop bickering amongst yourselves about which plane it was, or who it was... write letters, write emails... do this
today before the ability to actually influence these elected officals is taken away from us.