Victory in Richmond, CA!!!
May 21, 2015
There is great news, today! Something historic happened Tuesday night, May19, 2015 in Richmond, California. I wish you all could have been there! I wanted to make a general announcement beforehand so you could all attend. However, I had to be careful so that the Richmond City Councilmembers would not be pressured by the perps.
Here's what happened: Due to the persistent efforts of Amy Anderson, the City of Richmond adopted Dennis Kucinich's Space Preservation Act of 2002, which bans a number of space-based weapons launched from satellites - including psychotronic technologies. Although Mr. Kucinich's measure got mired in committee and therefore, did not pass through Congress, it did pass in Richmond, California Tuesday night, just as it had in Berkeley, California in 2002.
Link to the official Space Preservation Act Resolution of the City of Richmond, CA:
Some well-known activists in our community spoke at the Council meeting: Jesse Beltran, President of ICAACT, Lisa Becker, who gave an impassioned speech similar to the one she did for the Bioethics Commission meeting a few years ago, which was ignored, Dr. Edward Spencer, a neurologist, Elizabeth Adams, host of 'America Needs to Know', Alec Rafter, Chair of the FFCHS Media Committee, long-time activist, Robert Swegan, as well as myself.
The councilmembers were attentive and asked questions regarding material displayed by some speakers, some asked questions, reaching out, trying to understand the issues presented; others were well-researched, all a sharp contrast to the stony silence of the Bioethics Commission.
After the meeting, there was a celebration at Amy's residence with barbecue chicken, potato salad, green beans, potato chips, soft drinks and a cake. This is the first time I have ever seen the TI community so happy! Even Jesse Beltran, a man who is usually distant, was smiling at the head of the table. Many of the others were hugging and rejoicing. Amy was beside herself with joy and was outwardly beaming. It felt like, after years of struggle, we had finally accomplished SOMETHING which could benefit the TI community.
The important thing to remember about this action is that this council was/is in a position to assist TI's and they are clearly interested in helping them more if they come to understand the issues. One of the first steps in this process was the resolution that they passed, 5-2 Tuesday night.
Here's the link to the video to watch the proceedings. The council starts to deliberate the resolution at 3:10:35
Links to news stories about this measure:
The Richmond Standard - May 20, 2015
The San Jose Mercury News
Truth Stream Media
Oh my…. Here we go again! Another exaggerated claim by Derrick Robinson to make it look like FFCHS is doing something helpful to TIs when they’re not.
Why didn't they announce beforehand that this was coming up? Because they didn't want the city council to know what sort of nonsense they encourage their followers to believe by having a bunch of them show up wearing tinfoil hats and carrying picket signs, claiming that their minds were being read by satellites. They had to keep the lunatic aspect of what they promote out of the picture, as they always do when trying to appear legitimate in the real world.
As it is, I really don't see how the decision of a city council to pass a Space Preservation Act is going to make one iota of a difference to anything. All it does is show that the council supports the Act, but without the rest of the country behind it, it's still useless.
But let's all give more credit to these people than is due! After all, that's the FFCHS way!
What this does is tie the claims of TIs to satellite-based technologies in the eyes of the courts and the public at large. But satellite-based technologies are really not the issue at all, since most or all electronic harassment is conducted through ground-based technologies! Those who believe that their minds are controlled by satellites are the only ones who this rather insignificant ‘win’ will appeal to. These are the people who are the most deceived by the claims of people like Robert Duncan and who gravitate to FFCHS, and it only encourages them to continue to believe all that nonsense and stay stuck in their situations by focusing on the wrong things.
The whole thing can be summed up in this one sentence by Derrick:
"It felt like, after years of struggle, we had finally
accomplished SOMETHING which could benefit the
Yes, after years of (admittedly) getting NOTHING accomplished, FFCHS finally has THIS meaningless success to offer TIs to make them at least FEEL like they're being helped by these people.
...Or maybe that feeling was just from eating the potato salad and cake?
If anything, this just shows that Derrick Robinson, the cowardly leader of FFCHS who dares not face me on any of his claims for fear of being totally put in his place, is grasping at straws to maintain the appearance of legitimacy among the TI community.
Good luck with that, Derrick.
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