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Russian Engineer sends fax to InfoTelesys indicating calculations that
prove a safe de-orbiting of Space Station Mir is
On Russia's request, InfoTelesys approaches President Bush for a second
time to offer President Bush the opportunity to foster improved ties with
the Russian Public and President Putin.
InfoTelesys announces 12 Hour delay in Initial Web
Public Offering release to give President Bush time to respond to
the InfoTelesys’ Final Peace Offer
Russia's graciousness in spite of the difficult position they are in, as
Russia struggles to rebuild their economy after communisms failure,
presents an unprecedented opportunity for former adversaries to step in
and make lasting peace with a new Open and Friendly Russia.
We are all aware that Russia has sold arms to some of America's
enemies, however, one must recognize that these are Russia's
friends. We know that Russia spies on America, but America also
spies on Russia. It is not time to move on to more intelligent
fields, is it not time countries stopped spying on each other?
Lack of understanding in communications causes conflict.
InfoTelesys promises to bridge the world with global communications,
which we believe are capable of making huge inroads and lasting
peace. So long as the media content we publish does not preach
violence! Nations need to unite, recognizing that all stand
equal before God. In our new digital world it is no longer "us
against them", but rather, "all of us together" on this amazing
and beautiful planet.
InfoTelesys has been so well received by Russia, and around the
world. Probably because we are not interested in simply making
money, but rather, our interest is to make the world a better place, and
that includes Russia, who at this time has great need.
When InfoTelesys acquired the rights to Russia's Rostelesat Space
program including Russia's incredible experience and expertise in
building, flying and launching satellites, it allowed InfoTelesys to work
directly with the Russian government, who based on our experiences is run
by people no different to those we deal with in the U.S.
government. Although, Russia possibly has a little less
bureaucracy due to their cash strapped position. Near the end of
November last year, InfoTelesys sent a letter indicating our interest in
acquiring Space Station Mir to President Putin and Mr. Yury Koptev, Head
of Russian Aviation & Space Agency. It took a little over a
month for the letter to percolate through the government to the right
Early in February, InfoTelesys was invited to Russia to present the
"InfoTelesys Mir/Peace Around the Word Plan". The Founder
gave a private presentation to Mr. Denisov, First Deputy Council
Representative, Federal Assembly, Parliament of the Russian
Federation. Mr. Denisov was smart enough to Get IT.
A Norwegian accompanying InfoTelesys suggested that he could persuade
the Norwegian government to provide funds to InfoTelesys to support the
InfoTelesys plan. The next day, the Russian government gave
InfoTelesys an official letter to the Norwegian government asking them to
assist InfoTelesys. InfoTelesys never received a response from the Norwegian
government (InfoTelesys' letter to Norwegian Prime Minister Stoltenberg
Recognizing the huge significance of Space Station Mir to the Russian
people, InfoTelesys realized that there existed an tremendous opportunity
for the U.S. to extend an arm of friendship towards the people of Russia
by simply temporarily loaning InfoTelesys funds for an immediate Mir
maintenance mission. InfoTelesys prepared a letter for President
Bush explaining the opportunity to assist Russia. Unfortunately the
Hanssen spy scandal broke the surface at the time we were contacting
President Bush. InfoTelesys does not know if our letter was
delivered to President Bush, or if he had the opportunity to personally
evaluate our offer. We did get the letter to one of Bush's Aids,
while a congressman's aid gave us the cold shoulder when we tried to
approach the President through congress man.
Considering that the President is newly in office, one can certainly
forgive any oversight he might have had in not seizing this incredible
opportunity to foster good relations at practically no cost. But
then, the U.S. government has never been good at doing anything that does
not cost a fortune.
Who knows, maybe there is still opportunity through open forum, to
foster friendly ties that bind nations together and not tear them apart.
Chairman & CEO