May 9, 2001

Corpocracy Uncovered #2: 1. ET/UFO Disclosure this morning! + 2. Global Media Giants are Lobbying for the Most Sinister Privatization of All: The Airwaves + 3. BIRDLAND? & PREZ AND THE NEW POWER GENERATION + 4. U.S. Scientists See Big Power Savings From Conservation + 5. My dream last night + 6. The Ancestors Song + 7. COMPETITION TO BUILD THE LARGEST STATUE OF BUDDHA/MAITREYA + 8. Seeds of Hope + 9. The Earth's Ten Commandments + 10. Quote of Sathya Sai Baba

Hello everyone

There is an important event occuring today. If you can, make sure to listen to the webcast of the ET/UFO Disclosure Project this morning May 9, 9am to 11 am at where it will be archived afterwards. More details below.

I chose "Corpocracy Uncovered" again as the summary/title for this compilation because most of the material it contains pertains again to the hidden agenda of the multinational corporations - and those owning and manipulating them - in their quest for world domination and their contant effort to impose on us the technologies and accompanying ways of life that best serve their bottom line. Their current effort to grab control of the airwaves from governments is a most dangerous plan that again must be opposed by all possible *peaceful* means, otherwise the ruthless censorship of the media that is being re-established in Russia by Putin will pale in comparison to the absolute dominance of megacorporations over what information people are allowed to receive. Which brings us right at the heart of the global conspiracy to keep a tight lid on all major info pertaining to the presence of extraterrestrial civilizations around and on our planet - which the global covert government is trying to oppose by every conceivable means including the weaponization of space.

But there is hope, plenty of hope, at the end of the tunnel as more and more Light is beamed at us from the vibrationally higher dimensions of this universe to foster global spiritual awakening and pring to the full light and scrutiny of world consciousness the wrong actions and wrongs thought-forms of those still entrenched in darkness and self-serving but ultimately self-defeating selfishness.

Love. Light and Serenity

Jean Hudon
Earth Rainbow Network Coordinator



From: "World-Action" <>
Subject: Greatest Scandal Ever... 50 Year ET/UFO Lie
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001

ET/UFO Disclosure Project May 9, 2001


The single most important thing you can ever do to help all of humanity.... ALL life on Earth.... and the Earth herself: SUPPORT THE UFO/ET DISCLOSURE PROJECT

For 50 years we have lived under the greatest lie ever. THE TRUTH: ET does exist - is in our skies now - and has the technology necessary to solve the survival problems confronting all the inhabitants of Earth. We are facing health problems - pollution problems - energy problems.... the solutions to these problems have been hidden from humanity for over fifty years.


Two extracts from Disclosure Project's 'Executive Summary':

Dr Steven Greer on the ET/UFO Cover-up:

".... the greatest scandal in recorded history... how would the public react to the fact that the degradation of the entire earth's ecosystem and the irretrievable loss of thousands of species of plants and animals now extinct due to pollution, has been utterly unnecessary - and could have been avoided if only an honest release of this information had occurred in the 1950s?"
[Copyright 2001 Disclosure Project]

"Master Sergeant PPP US Air Force/NRO Operative (ret.), Sept 2000:

.... In his testimony, he talks of assassinations committed by the NSA; he tells how our military deliberately caused the 1947 ET craft crashes near Roswell, and captured one of the ETs, which they kept at Los Alamos for 3 years, until he died. He talks about the intelligence teams that were charged with intimidating, discrediting, and even eliminating witnesses to ET/UFO events. He talks about Germany's re-engineering of UFOs, even prior to WWII. He talks about our current energy crisis - and the fact that we haven't needed fossil fuels since the 1940s, when free energy technologies were developed - but have been kept from humanity. This is the real reason for the secrecy of the ET/UFO subject. "What the people in power right now don‚t want us to know is that this free energy is available to everybody."
[Copyright 2001 Disclosure Project]



LIVE WEBCAST of Disclosure Press Briefing on May 9th, from 9 to 11am EDT (and in the archives until Nov 9th) at

Note: Software requirements and installation information is now available on that web site

To find out what is really going on in our skies read the following weekly reports:



See also - regarding the weaponization of space by the U.S.:

Rumsfeld Plans to Seek a Military Strategy Using Outer Space



From: "Dave Hartley" <>
Subject: FWD The Most Sinister Privatization of All: The Airwaves
Date: Wed, 2 May 2001

Interesting that this is published in London while suppressed in the U.S.


Mayday, Mayday!

Global Media Giants are Lobbying for the Most Sinister Privatization of All: The Airwaves

by Jeremy Rifkin April 28, 2001,the Guardian of London

Question: what is the single most valuable piece of property worth owning at the dawn of the information age? Answer: the radio frequencies - the electromagnetic spectrum - over which an increasing amount of communication and commercial activity will be broadcast in the era of wireless communications. Our PCs, palm pilots, wireless internet, cellular phones, pagers, radios and television all rely on the radio frequencies of the spectrum to send and receive messages, pictures, audio, data, etc. Most of us never give the spectrum a passing thought. We regard it, more or less, like the oxygen we breathe, as a free good. In reality, the spectrum is treated as a `commons´ and is controlled and administered by governments who, in turn, license the various radio frequencies to commercial and other institutions for broadcast. In other words, in every country the electromagnetic system is owned by the government on behalf of the people.

But now powerful commercial media are seeking to gain total control over the airwaves. Imagine a world in which a handful of global media conglomerates like Vivendi, Sony, BskyB, Disney, and News Corporation own literally all the airwaves all over the planet and trade them back and forth as `private electronic real estate´. A strategy is beginning to unfold in Washington DC to make that happen.

On February 7, 37 leading US economists signed a joint letter asking the federal communications commission (FCC) to allow broadcasters to lease spectrum they currently license from the government in secondary markets. The letter, which went virtually unnoticed by the general public, is the opening salvo in a radical plan to wrest control of the entire spectrum from governments around the world, and make the radio frequencies a private preserve of global media giants. If they succeed, the nation state will have lost one of its last remaining vestiges of real power - the ability to regulate access to broadcast communications within its own geographic borders.

This story starts several years ago, when the Progress and Freedom Foundation, a conservative thinktank in Washington with close ties to Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House of Representatives, published The Telecom Revolution: An American Opportunity. The report's authors called for the conversion of the electromagnetic spectrum to private property. Under the plan, broadcasters holding existing licences would be granted title to the spectrum they currently used and would be able to use, develop, sell and trade it as they saw fit. Remaining unused parts of the spectrum would subsequently be sold off to commercial enterprises and be reconstituted as private electronic real estate, while the FCC would be abolished.

The study argued that government control of the radio frequencies led to inefficiencies, and that if the spectrum were converted into private electronic real estate that could be exchanged in the marketplace, the invisible hand of supply and demand would dictate the most innovative uses of those frequencies. Congressional hearings were subsequently conducted on the proposal, quickening interest in the plan.

Still, the notion of selling off the US airwaves to private commercial interests seemed a bit too ambitious, even for the most experienced Washington corporate lobbyists. Then, less than one month after George Bush assumed the presidency, the letter from the 37 economists turned up on the FCC's doorstep.

The new thinking: first, secure a partial privatisation plan, allowing commercial licensees to sell and lease their leased spectrum in secondary markets. Once done, the commercial foundation would be laid for a final conversion from government licensing of the spectrum to a future sell-off to the private sector. Other nations would be encouraged to follow suit and sell off their spectrums to global media companies. If some baulked at the idea of relinquishing control over their airwaves, international trade sanctions could be imposed to force compliance.

In the industrial age, exchanging property in markets was the sine qua non of commerce. The role of national governments was to protect property and markets. But in the new commercial world being born, having access to the flow of information in telecommunications networks becomes at least as important as exchanging property in markets.

If the radio frequencies of the planet were owned and controlled by global media corporations, how would the billions who live on earth guarantee their most basic right to communicate with one another? In an era where more and more of our daily communications take place in cyberspace, access to the airwaves becomes critical. Of course, those who can pay will be connected. But what about the 62% of people who have never made a telephone call, and the 40% who have no electricity? How will they ever secure access to cyberspace in a world where the admission fee is controlled by a few global media giants?

If the flow of human communications is controlled by global media companies, how do we ensure that social and cultural points of view and political expressions that may differ from those of the companies who own the frequencies will be allowed to flow over the spectrum? We might face the prospect of a new form of repression as global media companies tighten their grip on the airwaves.

Equally ominous, when companies like AOL-Time Warner, Disney and Vivendi Universal own the channels of communication as well as much of the 'content' that flows through them, will the rich cultural diversity that has traditionally been created and nurtured in civil society dry up? Will we be left with only a few global media companies as the ultimate arbiters of human culture?

How do we prevent these companies from exerting undue influence over commercial life itself, because of their control over the channels of communications through which business is conducted? And finally, in the new era, when everyone is connected with everyone else in commercial information and telecommunications networks, how do we prevent corporate owners of the radio frequencies from exploiting the data on people's lives that flows through cyberspace? What safeguards will people have over their own privacy when every aspect of their life story is accessible as data bits travelling over corporate-owned and controlled communications channels?

At the dawn of the global media age more than 20 years ago, an American government official made the prescient remark that `trade doesn´t follow the flag anymore, it follows the communication systems'. When our very right to communicate with one another is no longer assured or secured by government but controlled by global media conglomerates, can basic freedoms and real democracy continue to exist?

Jeremy Rifkin is the author of The Age of Access and president of The Foundation on Economic Trends in Washington DC.

© Guardian Newspapers Limited 2001



04 May 2001

Some of the most popular songbirds in the U.K. are being sighted much less frequently, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds said yesterday. A survey carried out by the group's members found that the numbers of starlings and house sparrows have halved in the last 10 years. The group blamed the problem on the advance of big-time farms. Mike Everett, a RSPB spokesperson, said pesticides were reducing the birds' food supply and farming was also destroying wild spaces and the birds' hedgerow habitat., Reuters, 03 May 2001

President Bush launched a two-week campaign yesterday to prepare the country for the recommendations of the secretive White House energy task force. Bush said, "What people need to hear loud and clear is that we're running out of energy in America." Building on a comment made by Vice President Cheney earlier this week that conservation is little more than a "personal virtue," Bush said, "[W]e can't conserve our way to energy independence, nor can we conserve our way to having enough energy available. So we've got to do both." Got it? The Natural Resources Defense Council began an ad campaign yesterday that describes Bush's energy plans as the "more pollution solution."

Washington Post, Eric Pianin and Dana
Milbank, 04 May 2001

do good: Take action and ask the White House for a
conservation-based energy policy

catch it only in Grist Magazine: The Bush energy policy -- in the
comic adventures of Zed, last of his species


IN GREAT CONTRAST TO THE FOLLOWING, MAKE SURE ALSO TO GO READ "COAL IS BACK" A special energy panel headed by the U.S. Vice president revives consideration of energy sources long out of fashion -- billions for oil drilling in environmentally sensitive areas, 1,400 new electric-power plants (many of them fired with dirty coal) over the next 20 years, new nuclear power plants (none has been built in the U.S. since the Three Mile Island disaster 22 years ago), more pipelines, more powerlines, easier environmental regulations to refurbish old coal plants, mere tax credits for the development of renewable fuels such as solar, geothermal and wind mill and NOTHING for conservation! -- a real environmental nightmare!! -- AT,9171,1101010507-107928,00.html


May 6, 2001

U.S. Scientists See Big Power Savings From Conservation


WASHINGTON, May 5 — Scientists at the country's national laboratories have projected enormous energy savings if the government takes aggressive steps to encourage energy conservation in homes, factories, offices, appliances, cars and power plants.

Their studies, completed just before the Bush administration took office, are at odds with the administration's repeated assertions in recent weeks that the nation needs to build a big new power plant every week for the next 20 years to keep up with the demand for electricity, and that big increases in production of coal and natural gas are needed to fuel those plants.

A lengthy and detailed report based on three years of work by five national laboratories said that a government-led efficiency program emphasizing research and incentives to adopt new technologies could reduce the growth in electricity demand by 20 percent to 47 percent.

That would be the equivalent of between 265 and 610 big 300-megawatt power plants, a steep reduction from the 1,300 new plants that the administration predicts will be needed. The range depends on how aggressively the government encourages efficiency in buildings, factories and appliances, as well as on the price of energy, which affects whether new technologies are economically attractive.

Another laboratory study found that government office buildings could cut their own use of power by one-fifth at no net cost to the taxpayers by adopting widespread energy conservation measures, paying for the estimated $5 billion investment with the energy savings.

But the Bush administration, which is in the final stages of preparing a strategy to deal with what it calls an energy crisis, has not publicized these findings, relying instead primarily on advice from economists at the Energy Department's Energy Information Agency, who often take a skeptical view of projected efficiency gains and predict a much greater need for fossil fuel supplies.

Administration officials said that some of the national laboratories' studies were based on theoretical assumptions that do not translate well into policy.

"We are looking for practical solutions here," said Jeanne Lopatto, a spokeswoman for the Energy Department. "Whatever works, we're interested in. But some of these ideas have been funded over many years and they have a very small impact on energy needs."

The once obscure debate between scientists at the national laboratories and economists at the information agency, both sides working for the Department of Energy, reflects a raging dispute between President Bush and many Democrats and environmentalists. While both sides agree that the United States faces energy problems, Mr. Bush's team has emphasized the quest for new supplies, while his critics emphasize untapped potential to reduce demand.

Vice President Dick Cheney, speaking publicly last week on the energy plan he is in charge of drafting, used the information agency's projections when he said that the nation would need at least 1,300 new power plants by 2020. Mr. Cheney used the figure to dramatize the need to mobilize public and private resources to close a supply gap.

Mr. Cheney has not publicly noted that other Energy Department studies show ways to trim that number. The conservation measures that the scientists consider feasible would save future energy costs and prevent air pollution from hundreds of power plants.

The laboratories' estimates assume widespread application of some time-tested efficiency standards and the success of some newer inventions that scientists love but many bottom-line economists tend to distrust as expensive or unrealistic.

Their work was reviewed by outside experts from industry, government and universities.

Some of the proposed conservation steps are neither costly nor complex. Just this week, researchers at the Energy Department's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced that they had developed a fluorescent table lamp that reduces the need for overhead lighting. The laboratory says the lamp matches the combined output of a 300-watt halogen lamp and a 150-watt bulb, but uses a quarter of the energy.

"Widespread use of this lighting system in offices and homes could greatly reduce the current power problems we have in California," said Michael Siminovitch, a scientist at the laboratory.

Other technologies have been proved in field tests. At Fort Polk, an Army base in Louisiana, electricity use during peak hours fell by 43 percent after base managers installed fluorescent lights, low-flow shower heads, new attic insulation and new home heating and cooling systems.

Most of the savings came from installing geothermal heat pumps, an efficient home heating and cooling system that circulates fluids through underground coils but otherwise uses conventional technologies. Hundreds of homes on the base were equipped with the systems, generating immediate cost savings for electricity and totally eliminating the homes' use of natural gas for water heating. The entire installation cost was covered by a private contractor that makes a profit by sharing in the government's cost savings for the first 20 years.

The heat pumps, though still something of a novelty, are completely proven and save so much money that President Bush installed a system at his new ranch home in Crawford, Tex., Mr. Cheney's official home, the Naval Observatory in Washington, also uses geothermal heat pumps to cut down on its energy bill.

A study prepared by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory last year contended that striving to make such savings often made sound economic sense.

The study found that the federal government, the largest energy user in the United States with some 500,000 buildings, could reduce its own energy consumption by one-fifth. The investment necessary to realize those gains would be $5.2 billion, the study said, but the energy savings would knock nearly $1 billion annually off the government's energy bill, an attractive rate of return.

Some private companies have already made significant advances in what are known as combined heat and generation plants, which could become industry standards, energy department experts say. Chevron has estimated that it saved $100 million a year after it withdrew a refinery from the Texas electricity grid and relied on an on-site generator, which allowed it to recycle waste heat from the generation process for refining.

New efficiency standards for clothes washers, water heaters and air-conditioners adopted by the Clinton administration were projected by the Clinton Energy Department to reduce electricity demand by the equivalent of 170 300-megawatt power plants over 20 years if fully enforced.

President Bush's fiscal 2002 budget slashed the department's spending on researching and developing energy-efficient buildings and factories, more fuel-efficient automobiles, new appliance standards and more efficient lighting. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham said some of that work was better left to the private sector.

Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney, both former oil industry executives, seem to have assigned a tertiary role to efficiency improvements, behind new drilling for oil and gas and new construction of energy infrastructure, like pipelines and power plants. Neither the president nor the vice president has promoted his own energy-saving home as a model.

In fact, Mr. Cheney said last week, "Conservation may be a sign of personal virtue, but it is not a sufficient basis for a sound, comprehensive energy policy."


From: "Frank Costanza" <>
Subject: My dream last night
Date: Sun, 6 May 2001

Reading an ancient manuscript in the Vatican (dream)


I wake up this morning from a dream in which I am sent reading a document to the world from an office in the Vatican. I am aware of the date and time, it is 4:44 PM on 4/4/4. I had just prepared a meal for a voluminous crowd who were destitute and searching for answers to their state in life. I had opened the two large ovens in front of me and began pulling out food of all kinds. Whatever the person desired to fill their hunger was produced and given to them without ever depleting the contents of either oven. I was explaining that God always provided for His children one just needed to have faith and believe in Him. It was at this moment of understanding that I was suddenly reading the document to the world. The document had been locked away for two millennia in a vault by the early fathers of the Christian movement. A copy was also found in several other places around the world, each in a locked vault of the center of a major religion. The documents were all written in Aramaic in the hand of Christ. The document explained how we all were God's children and our differences were to be set aside as we enter into a new millennium of peace and love. As the documents were opened and read throughout the world a great glow of love hugged the inhabitants of the earth and hatred was abolished. The multitude of religious beliefs merged into one foundation of sharing God's peace. All weapons of destruction were destroyed and the desire to kill was replaced with an inner desire for peace. I felt a great sense of inner peace, greater than I had ever felt before. I knew that God had finally gifted humanity with total awareness of His love for His creation. No single religion was raised above the other as the one true religion. All humanity was being told that the inner feeling of contact with God was God's gift NOT the outer pageantry of pompous church leaders. All of humanity was one with God and all will be one with God in the end of time. I awoke from my dream hopeful of a brighter future for all of humanity.


From: "Harmony Kieding" <>
Date: Sun, 6 May 2001
Subject: Re: Miscellaneous Subjects 80

Hello, Jean-

What amazing worlds open up to be explored with each of your newsletters!!

Re: "Dr. Abuelaish is the kind of person not only talking, he is a doer by its
fullness of meaning. It is not only being a vital bridge between the
societies by living actually on the two borders' sides, he puts himself in
danger by crossing Erez checkpoint so often (they are shooting there..) but
he also opened his home in Jabalya Refugees camp to the Israelis when we
were allowed to go there. Last time a group visited his home in the camp,
met his friends and neighbours, happened in September the last weekend
before the riots started."

This man's essence brings to mind a poem I wrote after a vivid dream:

The Ancestors Song

My Ancestors came in a dream to me
Blood dripping still from their wounds;
I witnessed their grief and their agony,
And their words coming out with no sounds.
As I stood at the border they begged me
To choose one side or the other
But their words rang false and I told them
I shall stand and call all of you brother.

O, it's been the English and Irish, and it's been
The Arabs and Jews-It's been one side or the other,
But I'll stand wheresoever I choose.
And the Place that I choose is the Light of my Soul
God bids me to stand in no other.
For the Light of Love lifts the darkness of war
So shall all of mankind become brothers.

Harmony Foster Kieding




India's 1,000 year Buddha underway (4 May, 2001)

Work has begun on a project to build the world's tallest Buddha statue in one of the poorest regions in India. Organisers say the statue will last for 1,000 years. The Maitreya project, in the northern province of Bihar, will also include a village complex on 16 hectares of land surrounding the holy Bodhgaya shrine. There will be monasteries, guesthouses, meditation pavilions, teaching facilities and countless holy objects. The surrounding area will benefit from modern hospitals and schools.

Organisers say the five-year project will cost around $200m, which will be raised through donations generated by an international network of offices in major cities around the world. The 500-foot statue, designed and constructed by a group of eastern and western architects and engineers, will have a bronze outer shell supported by an inner steel framework. The statue, which will be three times as tall as the statue of Liberty in New York, will be built using the latest technology. It will create more than 1,000 jobs for local people. CLIP

See also at

China enters biggest Buddha race (7 May, 2001)
China announces plans to build the world's largest statue - a towering 509ft Buddha, which promises to be 9ft taller than its nearest rival. (To be ready one year earlier than the Indian Buddha)



Subject: Seeds of Hope
Date: Sun, 6 May 2001

Dear Jean

As the result of our contact with a group of refugees who came to Australia from the Balkans we have released a CD called Seeds of Hope. From the sale of the Cd we hope to be able to repair some of the damage that is being done in areas of conflict around the world. We have just committed to help build a pre-school and community centre in a small village in Kosovo. We have nowhere near enough money to do it but when we started we didn't have a CD and amazing things do happen if you believe strongly enough in what you are doing.

I should make it clear I am not asking for financial support from you. I would however like to send you a copy in the hope that you may play it at some of your events or meetings.

Although our song is primarily a 'peace anthem' it has been sung at drug awareness events and used in many schools as part of living in Harmony projects. I would like it to be heard by as many people as possible in the hope that some may be captivated by the power of music and think deeper about issues that need to be addressed.I know I am biased but I feel it has a certain purity because it was conceived and has been driven by a genuine desire to right some of the injustices that occur on this planet. No major labels have helped us (one even citing 'conflict of interest'), we have no hidden agenda, no political, religious or other affiliations that may embarrass you. We are just a family that was deeply moved by contact with people less fortunate than ourselves.

Our story and song can be streamed at . Click on The Seeds of Hope Story and the song is at the end of that. It takes 9.5 mins to listen to both and I do hope you enjoy it.

Best regards and keep up the good work

David Herring


From: (Mark Quire)
Date: Tue, 8 May 2001
Subject: The Earth's Ten Commandments


The following are THE EARTH'S TEN COMMANDMENTS by Ernest Callenbach author of Ecotopia. I hope you find it of interest.

1. Thou shalt love and honor the earth for it blesses thy life and governs thy survival.

2. hou shall keep each day sacred to the earth and celebrate the turning of its seasons.

3. Thy shalt not hold thyself above other living things nor drive them to extinction.

4. Thou shalt give thanks for thy food to the creatures and plants that nourish thee.

5. Thou shalt limit thy offspring for multitudes of people are burden unto the earth.

6. Thou shalt not kill nor waste earth's resources upon weapons of war.

7. Thou salt not pursue profit at the earth's expense but strive to restore its damaged majesty.

8. Thou shalt not hide from thyself or others the consequences of thy actions upon the earth.

9. Thou shalt not steal from future generations by impoverishing or poisoning the earth.

10. Thou shalt consume material goods in moderation so all may share earth's bounty.


Date: Sat, 5 May 2001
From: Allan Widmeyer <>
Subject: Just a nice quote of Sathya Sai Baba, (Thank You Jean for your e-mails.)

Devotion does not merely mean reading sacred texts and undertaking rituals.

You may continue to do them, but keep your heart always sacred.

Whatever may happen, see that your faith does not waver.

All the worldly things come and go like passing clouds.

But the principle of love comes and grows.

There is no God other than love.

Love is your life, your friend, your relative, your food and your everything.

Heart that is filled with love can never be polluted.

Love is nectarine.

Once you fill it in your heart, the poison of evil will have no place in it.