Well as much as I think the whole disclosure movement is lame - what I do
love to see is ATS members actually willing to get proactive about
This is MUCH better than the ones who sit around flagging every disclosure "prediction" thread and then cry for someone to spoonfeed them everything
they want to hear.
So I'm all for it
As for the ads themselves - here's some humble suggestions:
1. Don't focus on pressing the Government for some sort of official disclosure
, because you'll probably come on too strong and most likely
the message will just appear very...er..."eccentric" (to put it politely
2. Instead I would focus on pushing a message that it's "ok" for people to really believe something is up
. I think MOST of them already feel
this way but are just too embarrassed to admit it.
When you see anonymous online polls these days they usually reveal something like ~80% of respondents "believe", or at least don't trust what the
government is telling them. James Fox said it himself in "I Know What I Saw" - most people openly laugh the subject off, but when the laughter stops
- they all wanna know in hushed tones "are they real!?"
So I say create a campaign that softly encourages people to open up and ask these questions out loud.
3. Following that up - give everyone a little something to talk about around the water cooler
. Leave a web address at the end of the ad and
give people a place they can go to get more information. We could either set up a brand new website or preferably...
4. Do it right here at ATS
--- BUT --- and this is REALLY REALLY important - we need to make sure we present only the absolute best
evidence and weed out all the crap!
I think we should have a sort of "Hall of Fame" page for the absolute cream of the crop threads from the UFO forum - I'm talking about the ones put
together by jkrog or internos, etc. Then we can point people to this page and get them started on the right foot.
5. TV ads would be great but are probably way too expensive for the time being. I say start with a more grass-roots approach and make use of the vast
global network we have here at ATS. Get people to volunteer to put up posters in their area
. Guerrilla advertising and street campaigns work
great as long as they're done properly. I have a lot of personal experience in this field so if anyone at ATS wants some help with it just U2U away!