Every voice needs to be heard, yours included

I took the opportunity to send President Trump a letter, using the contact page provided for just such things:

Dear Mr. President,

We tried to bring this to the attention of the last president without success. But because you have already shown a deeper understanding of the worldwide danger of the IS/ISIS, if not dealt with promptly and properly, I offer this information to you. First though, I of course understand that it is extremely unconventional in many ways. However, the impeccable accuracy of the source, over the past seven decades, establishes a firm foundation of credibility, which hopefully will be the important factor to consider.

I provide the following links, which also lead to further information, and support your brilliant foresight in seeking an alliance with Mr. Putin to end this scourge upon humanity:

The Only Way to Stop the IS (http://theyflyblog.com/2014/11/28/the-only-way-to-stop-the-is/)

“Paris Will Be Destroyed from Within”: Billy Meier, 1981 (http://theyflyblog.com/2015/11/14/paris-will-be-destroyed-from-within-billy-meier-1981/)

I am fully aware of the “unusual” nature of this information. So I will add that we now have physicists, NASA aerospace engineers, former Navy Seals, etc., vouching for the singular authenticity of this source. And a…skeptical professor not only facilitated my two presentations at NAU but also thanked me for providing Mr. Meier’s ADVANCE warnings of the radical Islamist attacks in Paris in 2015 (http://theyflyblog.com/2016/01/05/skepticism-bears-good-fruit-when-truth-prevails/).

Sincerely,

Michael Horn

Authorized American Media Representative

The Billy Meier Contacts

www.theyfly.com

If you think – we could use the word believe – that your opinion doesn’t matter and use that as an excuse, I ask you think again and to step up, first inside yourself, and recognize that every voice needs to be heard, yours included. This issue is of worldwide importance. Perhaps you have other issues that you feel more passionately about.

Whatever the case, use this opportunity to politely express your opinion. Where you already see bad policies forming, or possible good directions that you want to encourage this president to take, speak your mind.

 

See also:

My Letter to President Bush, May 2004

The Donald Trump Presidency & the Henoch Prophecies

The Donald Trump Presidency & the Henoch Prophecies, Part 2

The Donald Trump Presidency & the Henoch Prophecies, Part 3

Misguided

Misguided, Part 2

 

Thanks to George Madeyski for the White House contact info.

90 comments on “My Letter to President Trump

  • I have a problem with the fact that really rich people are now in control of the U.S. government. I don’t see one middle-class person among Trump’s team. . . . they are all Billionaires or multi-millionaires. Since when do really rich people care about the rest of us? Also, the fact that the CEO of Exxon Oil is now Secretary of State really bothers me. Do you think that Trump is going to consider any other alternative energies that conflict with the interests of Big Oil?

    BEAM would be wise to distance himself from Trump and his racism, his arrogance, his bigotry, his misogeny and his money-controls-all mentality. I am sad to say that I am disappointed that Billy has told us that Ptaah endorses Trump. This makes me distrustful of the information we are getting about the Plejaren and it inclines me to question everything we have been told by BEAM. Every sane instinct in me screams rebellion against Trump and everything he represents! The world indeed has become quite mad and the maddest of the cruel people has been proclaimed President of the most dangerous country in the world!

    • Trump is not a saint, but he is not of evil-intention. Nor does having rich people make evil intentions either. In case you aren’t aware, there is an inner war going on between the elites (Trump was a former) and is now rebelling against them. Sure, he’s narcissistic, but he does have good intentions for the country and a lesser extent – the world.

      All these names you’re calling him – is this because of -feelings- or what the MSM says? He’s a rash speaker and very politically incorrect (the latter I think everyone should be, quite frankly), but to suddenly switch positions on what Billy and Ptaah said, is questionable.

      Did you read that CR properly? They did not label him as a saint. They gave a balanced report about him as a person and his intentions.

    • DO NOT FEAR, CAROLYN!

      Gandalf puts Sarumon in his place!
      “Tell me, “friend”, when did Saruman the Wise abandon reason for madness?”
      😉

    • Wake up and stop watching mainstream news. What do you want running this country? Someone that wasn’t successful. Give me a break! If you don’t see how Obama and all his croonies destroyed this country then you’re part of the problem.

  • Hi Michael. I post a question about the Goblet of the Truth and didn’t post my question? Any problem about my question? Thns

    • Hi Frank,

      I haven’t had tome to dig into the GoT. I think you may be asking about why it’s stated as a 3rd WW one place and a IVth another. Most people think the next war would be the 3rd, which Meier has also used in various texts.

  • I some times watch Richard French a locakl cablke TV channel. There was a commentary about Trump`s physiological prophile which expalins why Trump rants and rages alkl the time. My brother told me recently that Trump was alwyays like that even before he became president. Trump thinks he own the world. Both Trump[ and Putin are just niot nice people and most certainly they are both NO angels if you`ll pardon the expression meaning they just aren’t nice and quite frankly they are both just plain mean and nasty but at least ius samrt enogh to know that he can only go so far where as forTrump he doesn`t know how and when to stop ranting and raging etc. About hte ONLY good news is that we will finally be friends with Russia. The Russian people are the same as you and I are but Russia is the biggest country in the world with nine time zones and stretches from Scandinavia all the way to Alaska etc.

  • Here is an article about what Richard French the TV commentator on the local cable TV talked about and what my brother in Florida told me befor Trump became president: A Psychological portrait of Donald Trump by Secar Chella from the counterpunch,.org website.

  • Mabye we should all call Trump Saurman instead. Here is another article you might want to check out also from counterpunch.org The TPP is not Dead: Ot`s Now Called Trade In Service Agreement(TISA) by Pete Dolack Bothothese counterpunch articles are from Friday February 10th through Sunday February 12 2017 Weekend Edition. Trump and co are now trying hard to ram TISA through which if far worse than the TPP and TISA is also alot more dangerous toio I might add! Maybe the name Saruman might just fit this malevolent emporer and his Shills etc.

  • ***WARNING*** ROCKET SURGERY

    In my “older” years (I’m 44) I figure that another who has discovered the twig in my eye, has, without a doubt, a log in their own.

  • An OLD saying, that’s obsolete.

    “I don’t trust you as far as I could throw you”
    should read:
    “I don’t trust you as far as I could agree with your ugly evil persona”

    persona
    [per-soh-nuh]
    4.
    (in the psychology of C. G. Jung) the mask or façade presented to satisfy the demands of the situation or the environment and not representing the inner personality of the individual; the public personality (contrasted with anima).

  • Is it right to consider BEAM a major prophet of the new age?

    On what basis are we expected to be recognising him as such?

    Can he actually work with ET’s to secure peace on earth. The ET’s have the ability to disarm all nuclear and dangerous activity on earth why don’t they just do it then? Why all this waiting when mankinds future is at stake

  • Donald Trump is pro death penalty, certainly pro torture, and shockingly pro nuclear-proliferation – by his repeated own admissions. I believe Ptaah/Billy did not speak to these points specifically. While Donald very well may be engaging in showmanship when it comes to “building walls,” he is exceedingly punitive minded, and clearly does not have a high regard for principles, ethics, or humanity. Further, while Ptaah indicated that Trump has the “right instincts” – the intention to improve America – unfortunately he has zero understanding of policy (domestic or foreign), as well as zero interest in learning policy coupled with the attention span of a gnat. Thus, he won’t be able to execute well. (e.g. Travel Ban = total failure, and many more will follow)

    Donald clearly does not know much of anything beyond real estate, but due to pathological narcissism, he assumes he knows everything (e.g. “I know more than the generals”). He effectively does not know what he doesn’t know, which makes him both foolish and dangerous.

    Lastly, while Donald is not an ideologue, Steve Bannon is, and that guy is running the show at this point. He’s now making national security decisions for America, and as a nationalist authoritarian, and an expressed desire to “deconstruct” the government, will probably just make a mess of everything domestic.

    We must replace Donald with someone more knowledgable, coherent, and humane, as soon as possible.

    • Let’s remember that impeaching Trump results in Pence becoming the president, not an inspiring possibility. The reason Trump got elected is because enough people were sick of the political farce, although they probably didn’t see how it was the result of many, many decades of causes.

      Most Americans aren’t deeply reflective and don’t see their own role in creating-allowing the societal events to occur. They want quick fixes and, at this point, it looks like the country’s rapidly becoming more polarized and moving towards the conflicts and events that Meier’s long foretold. As he stated too, real leadership won’t come from the top down but only from the ground up, when people start to make the profound inner changes first.

      Politics is a dead-end dog and pony show and the mutts in power want to hold on to it. Don’t expect much better. Look at what happened to Obama and the role he’s now apparently playing in trying to sabotage Trump. And 2020 is not very far away. While it’s an election year…read what Ptaah and Meier have said about what may become of the US by then.

      • I would be extremely displeased with Pence as President – a social conservative ideologue who is at his best when he’s trying to roll back gay rights or fight against simple public healthcare measures, however, at least I know Pence sleeps at night, rather than twitter-ranting, which is probably more conducive to making decisions and handling nuclear launch codes. If Donald were impeached tomorrow, however, the morons who voted for him would still have the same shockingly bad character judgement and fall victim to some other con artist like Donald, or worse, someone with real skill: an actually intelligent demagogue, like Hitler.

        It is absolutely the American people’s fault, in particular, their commitment to ideology (political, religious, etc.), pointless tribalism, and disregard for reason and facts. It is too easy to take advantage of them, and that is what they are: exploited by smarter people who only want money and power for themselves. It’s maddening to watch it all unfold, frankly.

      • I sincerely hope those disturbing rumors about Obama undermining the current president aren’t true. I don’t think it would be in his character to act so pettily. If the accusation is true, however, then it would mean the man has truly changed or been completely brainwashed.
        I would think that it is incumbent on a former president, and any private citizen for that matter, to advise, aid, stimulate, and collaborate with the sitting president for a productive stay in office and, if need be, pressure the administration -albeit in a constructive, nonviolent fashion- into fulfilling the promises and programs that would bring about true progress for the populace and the country as a whole.
        Also, people tend to forget that change doesn’t come every four or eight years in whatever shape or form; other elected officials and so-called representatives need to be held accountable as well, namely that “snake pit” called Congress. But this is true for most countries, not just the USA.

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