[Headnote: these documents exist and I am reading from them; I am working on getting them posted]
In furtherance of its ongoing concern for the health, safety, and welfare of the American People, NASCO has made a direct reference to something related to its activities which it calls "the initiative with the corn tortilla." Details relating to what this initiative entails were absent in the Minutes of a Board of Directors of NASCO meeting dated May 30, 2007.
Details are sketchy, but everyone remains hopeful about the "corn tortilla initiative." After mentioning this and other things as an update from Jim Bergfalk of the "Knowledge Corridor," the minutes go on to mention that Big 12 Universities are endeavoring on NASCO's behalf, and emphasizes:
"It is important for all of the Universities and entities working on research and development projects in these common areas to be coordinated and all have agreed to work with NASCO and to work for NASCO to play that role. Things are in their infancy and we are working on some baby steps to get this moving." Emphasis added.
After offering nothing else about the "tortilla initiative" and its other plans (not including specifically their maniacal Orwellian plan to track and tax everyone, which is discussed in other parts of this blog), NASCO goes on to discuss "NASCO in the media" and it complains about "conspiracy theorists." This label is not and never was an appropriate label for people who criticize NASCO. In light of the activities NASCO is participating in, specifically the imposition of a a totalitarian police/welfare/warfare state, I think that people who criticize NASCO are not only well-founded, but doing a public service. If NASCO believes things that I am saying are untrue and unsupported in fact, I have heard no such specific criticism. Consistent with what I have seen and what I am saying, NASCO writes in its May 30, 2007 minutes:
"[S]till have 'conspiracy theorists' out there. They will never go away. Over the summer, NASCO will work to set up some Editorial Board meetings with major newspapers along the corridor to get the word out about what NASCO is and isn't. We have had some very good press as of late, combating the conspiracies, and NASCO staff will make sure that we put links to those articles on our website."
You are right about one thing Tiffany Melvin, we will never go away.
So that we can end all of these "conspiracies," will NASCO submit and cooperate with a comprehensive documentary about it and examination of all of NASCO's records, including all of its funding sources and banking information?