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Amysenthia
11th April 2013, 13:13
I was on another website and they were talking about a petition that could be signed asking that the truth of the NSA involvement in the Apollo program be revealed by Obama. I had never heard of this site and when going to it saw a number of petitions that would be great to be signed.

Most need 100,000 signatures to supposedly be taken further. (The one talking about the secret space program had less than 2000.)

I am just curious if this is a legitimate site or is it just a way for the US Gov to monitor who is interested in what. Just thought I would ask the PA family what they thought.

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/

Dennis Leahy
11th April 2013, 13:29
I'd say "just a way for the US Gov to monitor who is interested in what" is an accurate assessment. They upped the number (it used to be 25,000) when too many petitions were hitting that number, but even then, not one petition was acted upon. What do we expect from the sophisticated criminals that run/control the US government?

Dennis

Kimberley
11th April 2013, 17:22
It is a legitimate white house site and you do not have to be American to sign any of the petitions...

Yes it is a way to collect information however there have been many petitions that have gotten answers here is one petition that did get an answer:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/response/searching-et-no-evidence-yet

This petition was at the time they only needed 25,000 signatures. Now to the onslaught of petitions being posted the number of signatures needed is 100,000 in 30 days I think...

Much Love! Much Peace!

Dennis Leahy
11th April 2013, 20:53
... here is one petition that did get an answer:
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/response/searching-et-no-evidence-yet
hehehehehehhehe Excellent one, Kimberley! This really gave me a chuckle:


"Thank you for signing the petition asking the Obama Administration to acknowledge an extraterrestrial presence here on Earth.

The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race. In addition, there is no credible information to suggest that any evidence is being hidden from the public's eye.
...
The fact is we have no credible evidence of extraterrestrial presence here on Earth."
I'm only guessing, mind you, but my guess is that this disingenuous pile of lies is an EXCELLENT indicator that the White House set this up simply to take a pulse, not to honestly act upon or honestly answer anything. I feel like a need to take a shower every time I read something or hear something emanating from the White House. Maybe it should be called the "Brown House?"

I think we have to come up with a new pejorative phrase to describe the criminal gang that has usurped the functionality of the US federal government. Something catchy like calling the corporate proponents and owners of the atomic energy industry "the Atomic Mafia."

I have seen "Amerika", "USSA", and a few others, and I started calling them the "United Corporate States of America" but that is actually really weak in comparison to the level and degree of deliberate malevolence and psychopathy that oozes from that sulfur-belching, blood-dripping consortium.

Oops, I'm going off topic. Maybe I should start a poll at whitehouse.gov asking for suggested new names for the US federal government. Hey, is the word "Mafia" trademarked?

:~)

Dennis