General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev and President Ronald Reagan at their first Summit in Geneva, November 19, 1985
11 November 1985
Western Union (11/13/85) to: Eduard Shevardnadze
Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics
Embassies at United Nations, New York City, New York; Washington, D.C.
My name is, …. ….. …. . I am on an island in ........... presently under the United States of America’s occupation and claimed jurisdiction. This island is ……. and I am surviving along its shore.
From ……, ...... mostly, during the past five years I have made attempts to contact governmental representatives of your peoples. Prior to this letter I have not sought direct response from anyone of the Soviet Union, merely contact under the phobic watch of Capital in the aegis of the United States’ government of Washington, D.C. -- both on an unsound, moral, global defensive.
In thirty-five years as a human, a citizen, a voter and a candidate for states’ ( ..... and ...... ) and federal elective offices in the past four consecutive national elections, I have experienced democracy as practiced in the United States. IF “democracy” is an accurate term for the reality of the United States’ elective processes then it must be qualified as democracy by group capital in contrast to democracy by informed, individual reason. The perpetuation by the United States’ government of this malignant perversion of democracy is inherent to the continued exploitation of the fundamental goodwill of humankind. A serious and viable candidate for public office I challenged this perversion, over and over: throughout ( except initially in ..... ), the malignancy simply congealed, becoming more steadfast than ever.
The oppression one sustains living in this political/economic system for which the United States’ government/military and increasing members of its allies are prepared to sacrifice life on Earth in a last attempt to validate these systems' failed ideologies I shall not here attempt to relate at great length.
I love these lands and peoples with whom I share the enervating burden of government by deceit; however, this love cannot flourish nor can it sustain my spirit and intellect. By right of my past endeavors toward public duties for which I vigorously prepared and legally sought I cannot still give credence to a proposition that the United States of America’s democracy is what those who lead and support that organization claim it--’The’ democracy-- is. It is not open or fair. It does serve the interests of few to the exclusion, deprivation, intimidation, and righteous elimination of many: President Ronald Reagan et al. Pan-American activities remorsefully exemplifying the latter consequence.
My intent herein is more than a message. It is also the following long deliberated decision/request and long desirably sound alternative to myopic, deceitful oppression:
Through yourself Minister Shevardnadze, I, .... .... ....., do hereby appeal to Mikhail Gorbachev and your fellow countrymen of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics that I be granted political asylum within the CCCP under Chapter X, Article 129, of the Constitution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Asylum wherein I may be free to labor, to share scientific inquiries, and to live within a viable, evolving example of human government which the United States is not.
Thank you very much for what you and your countrymen are doing for mankind-- presenting to the United States a reasoned alternative to the course it is being led. I give you my hopes that your country’s stated resolves are upheld and endorsed by the world’s peoples, and that for the betterment of life on Earth that the United States’ government is peacefully dissolved, its peoples helped to evolve toward an unarmed, united, equalitarian humanity.
Resolutely yours, ... ... ...
Notarized 12November 1985
To the Geneva Summit Perestroika and the Transformation of U.S.-Soviet Relations
General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev and President Ronald Reagan and at the first Summit in Geneva, November 19, 1985 http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB172/
" As US President Barack Obama so eloquently put it in his address to the UN General Assembly on September 28: "We see the fears of ordinary people being exploited through appeals to sectarianism, or tribalism, or racism, or anti-Semitism.”
Yes indeed, Mr. President! The seeds of such evil were actually planted by one of your compatriots, the founding father of covert destabilization: Zbigniew Brzezinski, the senior US foreign policy strategist.
And yet America has not been called into question; its war games it appears have not yet reached such Machiavellian proportions that the public cannot help but finally see through the smoking mirrors.
As America's hawks continue to spill their poisons, arming and financing so-called "democratic revolutions" across the MENA, terror, violence and radicalism have gained exponential ground. From Libya to Lebanon, Yemen, Egypt, Tunisia and Bahrain, the same narrative of hate and division has dominated; as if invisible hands were pulling strings, angling countries and people to follow pre-determined political formats.
Ever since the CIA tried its hand at regime change back in 1953 in Iran against Mohammed Mossadegh, the US has not looked back once; instead, it has pushed for more control, more behind-the-curtains manipulations as its officials worked to create a world order they could claim control over.
Today, this thirst for control has been compounded in this grand shadow foreign policy apparatus, you might also know as US-funded NGOs.
The National Endowment for Democracy for example, a central part of former US President Ronald Reagan’s propaganda war against the Soviet Union three decades ago, has evolved into a $100 million US government-financed slush fund that generally supports a neocon agenda - often at cross-purposes with the Obama administration’s foreign policy. " --https://www.rt.com/op-edge/318553-us-revolutions-export-world/
Obama says he was ‘skeptical’ of Syria rebel boondoggle from the start
Published time: 12 Oct, 2015 18:01
This from Ted Frier today 22.10.15, http://oursalon.ning.com/profiles/blogs/jfk-s-unfinished-legacy:
"Presidential rankings are notoriously subjective and John Kennedy’s place among America’s chief executives is more partial still owing to the circumstances of his death. Indeed, according to a 2010 survey, if the American people had their way Kennedy’s bust would rest on Mount Rushmore alongside the four already there, followed by new space carved out for Reagan and Franklin Roosevelt."
Ronald Reagan, not exactly ever my choice for further sacrilege on what Sioux nationals called (maybe still call, idk, even after its U.S. theft desecration) "Six Grandfathers... but appropriate. ...then blow the icons off the cliff face.