> I write to you as someone who is neither pro or con against your
> country, Iraq. I am neutral like Switzerland was during World War II
> even though they were occupied. I surmise in some ways both your
> country and mine, the U. S. are occupied-personally, for better or
> worse. The following portions of this post I write with the
> intentions of letting you know that through music, at least I became
> recently aware of the actions the Iraqi government is claiming the
> United States is responsible for. I refer to the fact that the
> government of Iraq is claiming the United States representatives have
> "doctored" the carefully laid out detailed reports on CD and writing
> regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction supposedly in Iraq. So if
> you'll please "read between the lines", I'm sure you'll come to the
> conclusions that I hope you will understand that I have pictures and
> words of in mind.
> Since August, 2001 when I first stepped onto a public stage here in
> Hyannis, Massachusetts until recently, I always recorded my impromptu,
> unplanned, unrehearsed original creation performances. I've covered
> Kiss, Queen & Bruce Springsteen, collaborated with two fine
> individuals and have wrote and performed my own solo material as well.
> "Musicality: The state of feeling melodious and or musical."
> "Musicality" is the name of my project. At one time it was copyright
> protected. I was told that the $600 plus dollars for 10 years was all
> I needed directly from the words of a U. S. Patent office
> representative. Months later I was billed an additional large sum of
> money to cover my copyright. This was something I was not told of
> from the beginning. It is a dead issue to date, the copyright that
> is. Over here in America, when during January 2000, I had to speak
> with a court ordered psychiatrist, I was asked what I did for myself.
> I told him, "I am a meterman, telemarketer and I study non-lethality."
> He asked "what is that about?" I told him that non-lethality was
> the ability to use non lethal force where in the past deadly force had
> been used in certain situations. I also told him that my in-laws,
> Janet & Chris Morris of www.m2technologiesinc.com were the nations two
> top "gurus" in the field and that at one time they were tutored by a
> former Deputy Director of the C. I. A. from 1989 to 1994. Ray S.
> Cline served under President Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
> He gave President Kennedy personally the aerial photos of the missile
> silos the psychiatrist was informed. Later on that same day the
> psychiatrist while on the witness stand and under oath stated that
> "Mr. Mahler is paranoid and delusional." "Mr. Mahler believes he is
> followed by the C. I. A.." I have spent countless hours regretting
> those statements of mine stated to the psychiatrist. Since then, I've
> been forced to all kinds of mandated things. I thank my higher power
> that the courts here in Massachusetts have the limited power they do.
> It is of my opinion that should the Massachusetts Supreme court decide
> to allow physicians and psychiatrists of hospitals the right to
> hospitalize a person who is suspected of mental illness unwillingly,
> the courts will burst like a dam and well I don't know what life is
> like over there in Iraq, but there are similarities. Unless a person
> is in present danger of harming oneself or another, no authority
> should have the right to hospitalize a person. Some heart attack
> patients are sent away after only a few days. A person with a severe
> sickness such as the flu can walk out of a hospital of their own free
> will and so should a person who could be mentally challenged to a
> certain degree. By all means if a person is totally unconscious or
> totally incoherent without a trace of sanity, then keep them but do
> not under any circumstances allow the state of Massachusetts change
> the current rules.
> November 28, 2002 I had "burned" sixteen copies of "Musicality"
> with fifteen songs. At the time I had no Bruce Springsteen solo and
> with the E Street Band content on my computer whatsoever except for
> the cover version of Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out that I performed in
> concert over a year ago. With two firewalls and a router, I felt
> confident that I was well anchored from the storms of the internet.
> One of the technologies regarding non-lethality that was presented to
> the American public nearly five years ago via the Discovery Channel,
> "On The Inside" series was the ability to upload the entire contents
> of a unsuspecting persons computer via a commercial anti-virus
> scanner. In a televised demonstration, a suspect was using his
> computer and at night, the F. B. I. would upload every last file from
> that suspects computer. I state again, this was five years ago that
> the documentary was broadcast and I have a decent copy on VHS along
> with a 60 Minutes interview. Both the Discovery Channels "On The
> Inside" and the 60 Minutes specials featured my in-laws, Janet & Chris
> Morris. Back then the federal government allotted nearly forty
> million dollars to the non-lethal weapons project. This had occurred
> for Janet & Chris Morris wrote the "White Paper" that got the
> attention of the Pentagon.
> November 29, 2002 I had taken three copies of "Musicality" from
> the stack placed on the stereo speaker next to the apartment door with
> the intent of keeping one in the car, giving one to a curator of a
> performing arts center and giving one copy to my father. My neighbor
> was outside along side of his car and we said hello to each other as I
> sat inside my car. I took the first available CD of "Musicality" out
> of the slimline case and popped it in the CD player expecting to hear
> "Rip It" the first track. Instead I heard "One, two, three, four" and
> the instantly recognizable drum introduction to Bruce Springsteens
> "Badlands". The recording on the CD was of Bruce Springsteen & The E
> Street Band live in concert. "What the.." I said to myself aloud as I
> took the CD out and looked it over. It stated in plain capital
> letters "Musicality" yet the CD contained "Badlands". "I have no
> Bruce Springsteen songs performed by Springsteen on my computer" I
> thought to myself. "How could this be?" I called out to my neighbor
> who was still by his car and asked aloud "Hey, would you like a free
> CD?" He took the CD filled with Bruce Springsteen yet with the label
> of "Musicality" on it and said "you already gave me a copy of this."
> I told him what just happened in the car and with the CD in the CD
> player and I told him I had no Springsteen content on my computer save
> for my cover version of "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out". To this day, my
> neighbor still has the CD I hope. Perhaps he has listened to it,
> perhaps he gave it away to his young daughter or maybe he is even
> using it for a coaster, I don't know. I keep reminding myself to go
> see him and ask if I may listen to the Springsteen laden CD with
> "Badlands" live on it. I even went to his door yesterday and knocked
> only to find that no one was home. My birthday was one week and a day
> before the 29th of November and I just think to myself, "after all
> these years, nine years of promoting non-lethality" could this CD full
> of Springsteens "Badlands" have been a gift and if so, by whom?" My
> first thought and only deep thought is Janet & Chris Morris of M2
> Technologies Inc. So by now with the current situations in Iraq (the
> supposed alteration of documents by the U. S.), Iran reported to be
> building nuclear reactors and North Korea reportedly building up their
> nuclear arsenal again, I wonder if someday we will meet in the land of
> hopes and dreams.
> William K. Mahler
> Mahlers Of Cape Cod
> Queen Online U. S. A.
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