Richmond City Council, Chemtrails and the Space Preservation Act

cloudspotter

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Richmond City council have recently passed a resolution to support the Space Preservation Act

The resolution supports the Space Preservation Act and Space Preservation Treaty permanently banning “space-based weapons,” even though the legislation first introduced by Rep. Dennis Kucinich in 2001 has never gained traction in Congress. It appears that Richmond is the first municipality in the U.S. to take up this lofty issue in more than a decade. In 2002, the City of Berkeley passed a similar resolution supporting the ban.
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However, from watching the video of the proceedings it's obvious that the council members are unsure just what it is they are voting on - HR2977 or HR3616 or something to do with Reagan's Star Wars project

The City of Berkeley resolution was in support of HR3616

 

Mick West

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Richmond City council have recently passed a resolution to support the Space Preservation Act

It seems like this is more driven by people who feel they are being individually tortured by beams from space. The "Targeted Individual" crowd.

Councilmember Jovanka Beckles, a member of the Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA), introduced the resolution, saying it begins to address concerns of a Richmond resident who claims she’s been targeted by “remote transmission” from space-based weaponry. Others claiming to have suffered physical and psychological attacks traveled from around the country to speak at Tuesday’s council meeting. One speaker claimed to have been zapped multiple times right before his testimony at council.
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I think this is just Beckles trying to support mentally ill local individuals and make them "feel safe" (1:40). Other similar non-local individuals also embraced the validation. She says it will cause them emotional distress if they don't pass the measure, and that there's no downside. So basically she's just advocating passing it as a placebo.

The Berkeley resolution:
http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/citycouncil/2002citycouncil/packet/091002/2002-09-10 Item 46.pdf
 
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cloudspotter

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It seems like this is more driven by people who feel they are being individually tortured by beams from space. The "Targeted Individual" crowd.

Councilmember Jovanka Beckles, a member of the Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA), introduced the resolution, saying it begins to address concerns of a Richmond resident who claims she’s been targeted by “remote transmission” from space-based weaponry. Others claiming to have suffered physical and psychological attacks traveled from around the country to speak at Tuesday’s council meeting. One speaker claimed to have been zapped multiple times right before his testimony at council.
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I think this is just Beckles trying to support mentally ill local individuals and make them "feel safe" (1:40). Other similar non-local individuals also embraced the validation. She says it will cause them emotional distress if they don't pass the measure, and that there's no downside. So basically she's just advocating passing it as a placebo.

The Berkeley resolution:
http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/citycouncil/2002citycouncil/packet/091002/2002-09-10 Item 46.pdf

She did make the point that it wouldn't actually cost the council anything if passed
 

Mick West

Administrator
Staff member
She did make the point that it wouldn't actually cost the council anything if passed

Yes, that's what I meant by "she says ... there's no downside".

I'm just watching the video. Very sad, but it's not really the type of thing that can be addressed here.
 

JRBids

Senior Member.
It seems like this is more driven by people who feel they are being individually tortured by beams from space. The "Targeted Individual" crowd.

Councilmember Jovanka Beckles, a member of the Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA), introduced the resolution, saying it begins to address concerns of a Richmond resident who claims she’s been targeted by “remote transmission” from space-based weaponry. Others claiming to have suffered physical and psychological attacks traveled from around the country to speak at Tuesday’s council meeting. One speaker claimed to have been zapped multiple times right before his testimony at council.
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I think this is just Beckles trying to support mentally ill local individuals and make them "feel safe" (1:40). Other similar non-local individuals also embraced the validation. She says it will cause them emotional distress if they don't pass the measure, and that there's no downside. So basically she's just advocating passing it as a placebo.

The Berkeley resolution:
http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/citycouncil/2002citycouncil/packet/091002/2002-09-10 Item 46.pdf


What she is doing is bolstering their beliefs. What a ridiculous thing to do.

Almost like Mommy telling the monster not to come out of the closet.
 

cloudspotter

Senior Member.
What she is doing is bolstering their beliefs. What a ridiculous thing to do.

Almost like Mommy telling the monster not to come out of the closet.

Tricky one though. Bolster their beliefs or ignore them/tell them they're wrong/tell them to seek help.

The first way she gives some peace of mind to troubled people who will probably never let go of their delusions, the other options make her part of the problem
 

cloudspotter

Senior Member.
Peace of mind and proof in their minds that they are right about their delusion. How far should people go to placate someone who is ill? Passing laws?

6:40 "you know it never got passed because...you know how it is in Washington, there are a lot of power plays".

Sorry, actually watching this....what a waste of time and money. I have no patience for this.

Well she is a politician
 

CeruleanBlu

Senior Member.
A quick follow-up to the update that @cloudspotter showed us about Richmond city, and things aren't going so well. Two excerpts:


Regardless, since the resolution passed, the police department has been fielding calls from people throughout the world who feel targeted by anything from surveillance to mind control to insidious nanotechnology.

"We are getting numerous requests from individuals all over the country--some even from other countries related to the Council's recent resolution," police chief Chris Magnus said in a statement released by the mayor's office. "Richmond now seems to be known as the 'resource or helpers' for folks from many states with a myriad of mental health and other problems."

The department does not have the resources to field such a large number of calls, Magnus said.
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Vice Mayor Jael Myrick said in a statement that he now regrets voting in favor of the resolution.

"It has become clear in the past two weeks that this resolution is being used by some to validate very dangerous conspiracy theories that may be having a real negative impact on the lives of people with serious mental illness and those around them," Myrick said.
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Hama Neggs

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The councilwoman says that this is "already in place" on a federal level, as if she thinks Congress passed the bill.
 

cloudspotter

Senior Member.
The City Council has re-thought what they did. They are besieged by calls from TI CT'ers.

So, placating the mentally unstable might only exacerbate their condition and spread the misery.....

see:
http://www.mercurynews.com/my-town/ci_28348993/eye-east-bay-richmond-council-heads-political-fallout

So did Councilman Jael Myrick, who said he thought he was voting for a resolution to keep weapons, such as missiles, from local airspace.
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Didn't think they'd quite grasped it
 
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