Yes I’m in a bit of a feisty mood today. Somehow my account on WhiteHouse.gov was magically deleted after I signed petitions for the legalization of Marijuana, legal sales of raw milk and of course, UFO Disclosure under what is being called the Rockefeller Initiative. Why should the government even pretend anymore? Why do they act like they care what we have to say when they obviously don’t? Here is something you might be interested in if you’re curious like me:
The following was take from Paradigm Research Group’s website to help keep the community informed and involved:
Throughout December the White House “We the People” website experienced significant technical difficulties. Many thousands of people had problems creating an account and/or logging in and/or signing a petition. PRG received scores of emails from angry and frustrated potential petition signers. Furthermore, the “We the People” section was frequently down for maintenance. Consequently, all petitions submitted in December had little chance of reaching the 25,000 signature threshold for a formal response – Disclosure Petition II included. PRG has confirmed these problems with a White House staffer and has been told they are being fixed.
Therefore, “Disclosure Petition II – the Rockefeller Initiative” will be resubmitted to “We the People” sometime in January accompanied by a considerable amount of media and web promotion. [Note: the resubmitted petition will have a new direct link.] This petition is specifically formulated to challenge the White House formal statement of November 4, 2011 that, “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.”
Disclosure Petition I and the White House response generated more media coverage worldwide than all other posted petitions combined. The political media have taken notice. Should Disclosure Petition II quickly acquire the needed 25,000 signatures, the impact on the Disclosure process could be dramatic. But this depends upon you.
If you already have an account open at “We the People,” get ready to sign Disclosure Petition II in January. If you do not yet have an account, go to www.whitehouse.gov/petitions and create one now. Anyone from any nation can open an account and sign petitions.
The current submission of Disclosure Petition II (link below) will remain active through December 31. Feel free to sign it for practice.
Disclosure Petition II is active through December 31
Register and Sign at: http://wh.gov/jz0