An Open Letter to the UFO Research Community
I encourage you to join me in a public boycott of Jeff Rense, his radio show, and the rense.com website (which I won't link to because I can't stomach sending even one more visitor). I'm regularly stunned by otherwise intelligent, respected ufologists who think nothing of appearing on-air with a man who has continuously published and linked to articles like:
- How Jewish Supremacism is Destroying America
- Christian Roots of White Nations
- How the Jews Mock Jesus Christ
- David Duke: Constant Zionist Efforts to Censor Dr. Duke May Result in Some Broken Links
- The Incredible Jewish 'Holocaust'
- The Protocols Of The Elders Of Zion Archive
- Zion's Big Lie - The 'Six Million' Myth
- The Elusive Six Million
- Why The Zionist British Royal Family Should Hang
If you want to delve even deeper into the loathsome cesspool of Rense.com, see Professor Pan's five-part analysis, "Jeff Rense is a Nazi Scumbag."
I realize ufology is unfairly relegated to the fringe of mainstream science, where it is lumped in with many bizarre and unsavory subjects. I understand that there aren't many platforms for UFO researchers to talk about the subject to a large audience. But really, I must ask—is it worth a few minutes of air time or seeing your words on a website to associate yourself with a man who publishes material that exalts Hitler and the Nazis, denies the Holocaust, and openly calls for the extermination of Jews? A man who links to some of the most racist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic hate-speech sites on the Internet? Do you think your appearance on his radio show or website is doing anything for your reputation, or the marginalized field of ufology, other than pushing both into the gutter?
If you agree with this boycott, please send it along to your colleagues, via linking here or just emailing the text. No reputable ufologist should associate his or her name with a man who runs a publishing empire built upon stoking the hatred of entire groups of human beings.
If you do appear with Rense or allow your material to be published there—for shame.