A roadmap on how to get the public aware and interested in UAPs and further Disclosure

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As most of you know, the response from both the mainstream media and general public to recent revelations has been less than lukewarm. I believe that a “reverse psy-op” is in order… that is to say, a platform aimed explicitly at educating and informing the masses through the mass dissemination of validated content. I’ve laid out a very crude sketch of how I think we could approach it. If it gains traction, the Discord I’ve just set up will be a temporary base of operations to actively pursue it.

Feel free to throw critiques at this; I welcome them and will update to make this framework more realistic. Some of it is likely self-contradictory or unrealistic, and I want to improve it.

(Mods, I messaged already regarding leaving a Discord invite but haven’t heard back and don’t want this to be deleted for a rules violation. So if this post makes you want to join in on this venture, DM me. )

(Edit for clarity: this goes beyond web development and can use involvement from quite literally any field of expertise. Don’t be put off by the emphasis on the platform itself; it’s just a means to an end.)

Site Structure:

Descriptions of site layout, functionality, and means of creating a submission→ analysis → feedback loop.

Trust in the public eye is a must. As of right now, basically every resource available has something suspect (to the average layperson). Wild speculation poisons the well in their eyes, and paints a veneer of superstition across the entirety of the community. To remedy this, we’ll require a site:

Hybrid of government-style website with credible landing page: links to reputable websites/trust factors, clearly-defined sections and definitions of terms. Secondary structure more closely resembles Wikipedia, and is directly accessible from the landing page etc. “Wiki” is built on crowd-sourced and moderator-curated submissions. Rules for submission/membership are deliberately limited to enable moderators to examine more “likely sightings”. This mechanism for verification would be entirely transparent, and laid out in text/annotations etc. Visitors to the site would be able to track a post’s veracity “ranking” or “tier level” based on metric(s) of credibility (also publicly displayed). In addition to tracking veracity, vetted community members would be able to post their attempts at debunking, additions that would be added to the “flow”. If the debunking is conclusive, the status of that particular footage would be updated. A comprehensive knowledge base and secondary forum to host “master documents”, the results of behind-the-scenes research/analysis. When considering point 2 above, treat it as an open-source display of the scientific method, something that invokes confidence in the public that this organization is actively pursuing the truth with their best interests in mind. What is visible by default in terms of analysis would be the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. However, anyone who is curious could also examine the “play-by-play” of authentication that occurs. Imagine an annotated/summarized version of these debunking threads, with descriptions that decode what’s happening in plain English.

Organizational Functions:

In addition to delivering informational content and a means of collective outreach to the public, the organization will also require other mechanisms for broadening and deepening the conversation.

Public Outreach:

This phrase means at least two things, or two intentions, in this context.

To apply maximum pressure to politicians, this has to become a non-partisan voting issue. Therefore, the site/organization must function as something of a media production house (at the very least have a segment devoted to coordinated social media canvassing). Multiple complex issues have to be summarized into factual, bite-sized pieces of content and circulated to maximum saturation. There are numerous ways to spin it in a way that attracts attention from even the most skeptical (massive fraud and misallocation of funds chief among them). Many people likely want to become involved beyond just voting for someone who professes to care about this issue above the other candidate. I’m one of those people. But many don’t have the time or resources to dive in this deeply, and feel entirely disenfranchised in that sense. So for those who are aware of the situation or are receptive, this site must also provide an avenue to enable their involvement. Whether it’s the simple ability to help circulate informational media or to engage in public relations and political activism, options should be streamlined with a minimal barrier to entry.

Elaborating on the idea of summarization and the dangers of oversimplifying the realities of what we know and don’t know: think about it like a marketing funnel. Each piece of content would be laden with links and different means of reaching additional information sources… some of which are conveniently hosted on this hypothetical org’s site.

Expert Outreach:

Eventually, it would be desirable to involve academia and industry.

Experts in a number of fields should be involved in the most diplomatic way possible, even if only to provide their perspectives off the record. By segmenting an analysis based on professional expertise, trust factors emerge in the form of claims that can be independently-verified without having to wade into a crowded and often non-serious forum.

Organizational Details:

This covers how an independent organization might emerge as the result of crowd-sourcing. It’s a sketch of some of the key requirements that must be built in so that trustworthiness in the public eye could be maintained long term.

Structure:

Non-profit organization structured to be as financially-transparent as possible Two-layer hierarchy, where teams communicate laterally instead of involving the bloat and excess of middle management Three-way reporting between leadership, teams, and the public. The idea is to position the org as a direct representative working on behalf of the general populace since obviously there are no large players involved right now with that as a primary motivator.

Volunteers, Restructuring, and Resilience:

Anyone joining or volunteering within the organization would be doing so with the explicit understanding that they are not only furthering the goals, but are also seeking a more qualified replacement or addition to their segment of operations. For example, this means that if I’m volunteering in public relations within the org, then I’ll gladly step aside for a more qualified candidate and let them take the reins. These are not roles that should be assumed by those looking for a personal legacy or career enhancement; these are steps taken in the interest of creating maximum transparency for humanity at large. An informal board of directors or trustees from varied backgrounds will quickly become necessary to assist in the vetting process for upper-level leadership. Note: this isn’t predicated on size or finances so much as the potential for personal impact within the org.

Similar Projects:

These are examples from totally different industries/disciplines that highlight the kind of trust factors, layout, and accessibility that I’m describing. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but I wanted to start it with a couple key examples.

Mayo Clinic’s site is a great example of a combined knowledge base and content delivery system meshed into one: https://www.mayoclinic.org NASA combines humanizing elements with simplified explanations: https://www.nasa.gov/ Although obviously commercialized, NextEra still offers comprehensive walkthroughs of renewables with a distinct flow: https://www.nexteraenergy.com/

Other:

Auxiliary section to define other necessary structures and technologies that will aid credibility in the coming years, and the challenges that might emerge moving forward.

Dealing with a future where every picture and video is questionable: hardware or software that creates cryptographic hashes based off of device location or connectivity to a blockchain. Might also require AI-augmented authentication measures to track accelerometer movement and compare it to pixel movement, or real time HDR map evaluation to check for a “real” environment.

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