posted on Feb, 21 2013 @ 04:16 PM
We've all seen the media play the public. Sometimes it is to implant certain concepts and doctrines. Other times, it is to further the goals of
outside influences like what some call the NWO. And still others, it's about making money...
As mentioned earlier, The Canadian has received very little donation support or follow-up supplementary editorial commentaries from avid readers on
UFOs. Keeping all this in mind, The Canadian has decided to boycott UFO readers. The Canadian has no plans to cover any more UFO and alien related
sightings reports, until readers demonstrate a willingness to support our need to raise $5,000 to continue these efforts.
Personally, I have been following the subject of UFOs since the mid 1970s. Over that period, I have purchased many books but also, burrowed more than
a few from the public library. So far as I know, not a single author ever decided to 'boycott' the subject because of libraries, lol.
On the web, I read stories that carry weight and return to sites that offer good coverage. There are thousands of sites out there that do offer
stories on aerial phenom... but only a handful that do so as a specialty and the one above is not in that number.
But... more than anything, this just jumped out and struck me as a form of blackmail for regular readers of this particular website. Either pay us
money or we won't run the stories you like to read... as if the publishers didn't realize that there is a WHOLE freakin World Wide Web out there
just waiting for the traffic they are choosing to disrespect!
Anyway... there used to be a fairly respectable UFO community here and I thought they might get a good laugfh from this.