EXPECT NO HELP FOR THE HELPLESS
TO: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 13th may 2009
hello from andrew hennessey
I am a known researcher and speaker in the field of exopolitics and have come across so many people who have become victims of human rights abuses resulting from abductions by alien beings.
[e.g. the research of Dr Jacobs of the Intruders Foundation, or Professor John E Mack]
Thus far I walked away from exopolitics when its proponents themselves PhD’s claimed that human victims were either psychologically maladjusted or were demonizing these beings – but that left the plight of the human victims totally unattended to.
Many victims now believe that their traumas are being totally overlooked whilst a general global whitewash is underway.
I ask therefore on behalf of these forgotten human victims if Amnesty International would please intercede on their behalf to enable them to reclaim their human rights and dignity in the law via some International political process e.g. the United Nations, or at a more local governmental level.
They should at least have access to a program of counselling or social reconciliation that takes their complaints and their issues as real.
I look forward to an official reply and formal Amnesty International Policy Statement on these matters which I will distribute.
Dear Andrew Hennessey
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Dear Communications team
My query should very much fall within the remit of Amnesty International.
HUman beings are being selected/allocated against their will as consignments for alien research, and are being removed from their residences in nation states, procedures inflicted upon them, they are tagged and re-abducted etc etc and many suffer grievous trauma in the process and this is outside the remit of Amnesty International ?
Amnesty International are failing in their duty in not acknowledging the plight of those victims of Human Rights abuse by non-humans.
The plight and needs of those Human Rights Victims is Not inconsistent with the aims and goals of Amnesty International. There is nothing on your who we are page that would suggest your a priori denial of Human Rights to parties injured by another new, emerging social group of abusers – human or otherwise.
Your organisation becomes an accessory to the fact in turning a blind eye to those helpless people that have been so ably identified and corroborated by leading PhD’s such as Professor John E Mack [then of Harvard], Dr Jacobs of the Intruders Foundation.
Amnesty International fails to step up to the new interstellar and corporate challenges and abuses of the 21st century, preferring it seems to play in the 20th century nation state playpen like a paper tiger with no teeth, an allegation of Human Rights activism to help placate the outrage of the monied and legally inclined middle classes.