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In Memory of John Jameson

dans AEGIS/Freelance reports/INRA Par

There was a time when reaching the Elite rank was just not about hanging wings on one’s shoulder, getting a permit and getting discounted prices on ships and modules.

In this not so distant past, being Elite was earned and stood out.

You’d have done everything so that everyone knew that you were Elite because it opened all the doors, the most lucrative and risky missions as well.

Surely, the so-called Club, which was already working then, used this rank to select among the pilots top of the top, those who had their ways into very powerful organizations.

Everyone wanted to become Elite because the invited pilots expected to be instrumental in one way or another to write History.


At least that was what the so-called Club wanted everyone to think.

Reality is far from this picture.

As evidenced by the personal story of the most famous Elite pilot: John Jameson.

Nowadays, this name evokes some usual space station, in a permit-locked system giving unrestricted access to all vessels and modules available.

Formerly headquarter of the now defunct Federation of Pilots. Today, it’s a superpower that has a strong foothold in many systems but its headquarters location remains unknown.

One might think it is an improperly named Jameson Memorial.

But looking closer to John Jameson’s story, we can say that it fits well within the historical reality.


Indeed, Jameson climbed the ladder leading to the Elite rank quickly, much faster than anyone so far. This was all it took to attract the INRA’s attention and the so-called Club on him.

The perfect sucker for a no-return mission indulging totally foreign interests to this poor man’s sake.

The sign of power lies in the ability to proxy others to the frontline.


Personally, I’m feeling sad for this poor man who left his daughter fatherless for a bad reason, serving interests foreign to all morals and to all Humanity.


What History must remember is not that he pressed the button that triggered a genocide. No, what we must remember from this story is that even the most seasoned of us are fooled by this so-called Club, those people for whom life as a whole has no value compared to their ambitions. They are the ones responsible for this genocide, not John Jameson.


What makes the difference today is that, unlike Jameson, we know.

We know that it was a scared pilot who shot first on a Thargoid during first contact. We know that these non-human beings are hive minded, that they are sensitive and intelligent, supremely intelligent, but that they surely believed that we also lived in a similar social structure and declared war on humanity as a whole then. We know that INRA has surrounded itself with secrecy, has lied to humanity about its real goals and motivations. We know that INRA has manipulated humanity but we’re also entitled to assume that this disgusting organization was also manipulated by the so-called Club. This does not relieve them of responsibility for the crimes they committed, quite the contrary.


We didn’t know it yesterday, and we know all about it today.


How many of us have thought about the link between AEGIS and INRA?

AEGIS is asking us to bring them samples of Thargoids tissue and organs for study, just as INRA did yesterday. And AEGIS is presenting this as a game, just to detach us a little more from the reality of what is asked of us.


And tomorrow, no doubt that AEGIS will ask us to capture live specimens to test a new weapon designed to destroy this specie which we would have so much to share with.


History repeats itself, but unlike the contemporary men and women of John Jameson who were unaware of the INRA’s true nature, we do know the true nature of AEGIS. And this knowledge makes us free, gives us the choice.

It is a heavy responsibility to bear on everyone’s shoulders today.


We must all answer the following question: Am I willing to become AEGIS’s accomplice in the genocide that is coming?


Three possible answers are available to us:


Yes, I am.


No, I’m not, and I would stay away from this whole story.


No, I’m not willing to, but I’m going to do everything I can to prevent AEGIS and the so-called Club from carrying out its plan.


Those who regularly read our articles know what our answer is.


For my part, I think the only truly humane way of paying tribute to John Jameson is to prevent AEGIS and its minions from achieving its ends. But I admit,  I’m feeling like a man screaming in the desert  so much as I’m witnessing the majority of the pilots getting fooled by the playful and lucrative aspect used by AEGIS to coerce us into its accomplices.


We have to count ourselves, to regroup, to strengthen and organize ourselves.

And what better way is there than to go to Jameson Memorial station to pay tribute to the great man he was, so devoted he gave his life to an ideal that had been planted in his skull and was only a chimera?


Let us make the siege of Jameson Memorial, in memory of John Jameson, and make this damned station the true seat of his memory. That it becomes the place where an uprising will rise against this manipulative clique.


Let History remembers Jameson’s death as the spark that brought humanity to its liberation!


If you’d wanted to read the words of John Jameson himself, just follow this link.

The Trojan War will not take place

dans AEGIS/Alliance/Empire/Federation/Freelance reports/INRA/Thargoids Par

The news of recent weeks is rich in information likely to illuminate the galactic situation from a different angle.


And unlike the tasteless propagandist soup that our beloved Pravnet wants to make us a bunch of non-questioning soldiers, The Onionhead’s newsroom want to bring to light things that we hope will not be not so much insult to your intelligence.


We are in a rather paradoxical situation, it must be said.

On the one hand, the official media of the so-called Club, which publishes more and more rarely in recent times, and who tries to present his articles in the most factual way, at least in appearance, and in another hand, The Onionhead, which publishes articles that appear to be biased at first, but are not just to present facts detached from each other but rather to do links between the facts.


When the Cannon Interstellar Research Group makes the major discovery of the interaction with unknown probes triggering an EMP that disables all the systems of the ship that produced this interaction, Pravnet is quick to say:


The Canonn Interstellar Research Group has announced that one of its scientists has made a discovery regarding the so-called Unknown Probes.


When Wing Atlantis, OSIRIS, and the Children of Raxxla, are at the origin of a major discovery shedding a new light on our past and present history, Pravnet is just to report the facts without any mention of the groups that are at the origin.

Nothing surprising of course.


From the selection of the events to be told, to how to do it, who to quote, etc., everything is propaganda.

Worse, this rag also claims to write the present History.


In a way, it was fairly predictable that Wing Atlantis, OSIRIS and the Children of Raxxla would not be cited as those who discovered the abandoned bases of INRA first. These groups are fierce defenders of individual liberties, freedom of speech,  and have long been using all their resources to unmask this elitist and manipulative clique.


The reading of the INRA’s logs leaves little doubt as to the way of doing INRA in the past.

The resemblance is striking between the methods of INRA on the one hand, and the way of doing AEGIS on the other.

And unless we are singularly lacking in intelligence, or unless we want absolutely to start this war against our visitors from elsewhere, it is now impossible to miss this resemblance.

Even the gossip people princess, she who usually only lingers on mundanity, did not fail to say:


I read the INRA records, and frankly I was sickened. How could they treat living creatures that way? I’ve heard of governments inventing threats to support their military programmes. Maybe that’s what the INRA was. A smokescreen.” Aisling Duval, Galnet, 20/10/3303


Some will say that INRA and AEGIS have nothing to do with each other, that INRA was created by the Federation and the Empire while AEGIS also includes the Alliance, that the objectives of INRA were secret while those of AEGIS are not, and so on.


The INRA was created to answer a need of research in the civil field. That’s how it was introduced : to produce knowledge in order to develop applications in the agricultural, medical, industrial, space fields of activity. But in fact, INRA has secretly done reverse engineering on Thargoid technology. And even if the discovery of the xenocide mass destruction weapon was an accident, it remains that this organization did not hesitate  to employ means which had not been used since the 20th century on Earth during the Second World War, to be clear, and the nazi regime, to be clearer. The INRA did not hesitate a single second to press the red button, making responsible the entire humanity of the second xenocide in History comint by the nascent Empire. Do we have reason to believe that  AEGIS will not do the same ?


AEGIS was originally created to allow the three major superpowers (the Federation, the Empire and the Alliance) to pool their resources and knowledge to study the Thargoids. Certainly, AEGIS has stated that the aim is as much to produce knowledge about our visitors as to produce weapons to defend ourselves if necessary. However, for several weeks, AEGIS has been calling on the community to get all the resources it needs to design weapons, while at the same time, the organization has not published much about our visitors. It is the community of independent pilots that has gathered most of the information and knowledge about the Thargoids, including Canonn, not AEGIS. Otherwise, independent pilots regularly report disturbing discoveries that appear to expose large-scale human trafficking for the purpose of experimentation. Traffic and experimentation both seem to be linked to the Federation (source). Of course, we cannot directly link this traffic and these experiments to AEGIS, but the very nature of the organization’s structure suggests that other AEGIS members know that the Federation is currently conducting experiments on humans.


A more in-depth study of the 6 abandoned bases of INRA should be carried out with the necessary scientific rigor if we want to know more about the subject. And it’s up to us, independent pilots, to conduct this study, because we already know that AEGIS will tell us nothing more than what it’s allowed to tell us by the so-called Club. As to the Cannon, proof has been made for some time now that his independence is seriously dulled. There is still a lot to discover. We must consider these 6 sites as crime scenes and they must be studied with the same methods.


Anyway, the existence of AEGIS can only be justified if war breaks out. And everything is done right now to take us there.


Yet, we see that even a gossip princess comes to think that all this is a bit big, and suggest  in half words that all this could be a staging to justify expenses on weapons and the transformation of legions of peaceful independent pilots into bloodthirsty warriors.


She is not the only one to put it all in doubt.


The same day, our beloved Pravnet published an article where Jasmina Halsey was able to speak broadly on the subject.


Rather than doing like his AEGIS comrades who are the Federation and the Empire, backed by Sirius Corporation, Alliance spokeswoman Halsey is simply questioning the end of the Cold War between the Federation. and the Empire.

For her, all this is only smoke and mirrors, and staging.


Besides, we have also some reasons to doubt that this cold war even really existed.

For several years now, the Federation and the Empire have behaved as if they were in cold war, fighting each other thru proxy wars. And in order to demonstrate to everyone that this was a real cold war, the two superpowers have sometimes put themselves in a position to declare war eventually, without ever exceeding the red line.

According to the reasoning of Aisling Duval, all this could have only one goal: to justify the tremendous expenditure in armament made by these two powers during the past years, probably to the benefits of Sirius Corporation wealth.

Meanwhile, the Alliance stood apart from this grotesque and costly staging of resources and human lives.


To bring together the three superpowers within the same set, it took the very timely arrival of an external threat: the Thargoids. They are the perfect Deus Ex Machina who came down on stage when we were not expecting him anymore.

Thus, since their “return“, this parody of cold war no longer has any reason to be. Since that time, the three superpowers have a strong argument to present a united front and can justify their weapons spending.


AEGIS, as was the INRA at the time, is nothing more than the smokescreen created by the so-called Club to hide its real intentions.


But as time passes, as this clique unfolds its scenario, the end of the drama seems more and more obvious.


It’s a safe bet that, in the coming months, we would be dumbfounded by the creation of a new political entity on a galactic scale. Maybe it will be human, maybe not, or maybe hybrid. Anyway, in this new configuration, it is possible that the superpowers still exist as we know them today, but it is equally likely that this will not be the case. Perhaps even the mega-corporations, including Sirius Corp, will adopt a new, unprecedented form.

And all the pilots who fervently support this or that superpower will fall from their seats.


(The title of this article is refered to The Trojan Was will not take place)


As always, The Onionhead disclaims any responsibility for possible maltreatment of words and verbs during the writing of this article.


Many thanks to Cmdr Klingsor for his helping hand.

The little jackals barks, but the caravan moves on

dans Freelance reports/INRA Par

And here we are, once again, the pack of jackals is unleashing, making the game of the so-called Club by this way.


As soon as we had discovered this INRA base, when we had explained to the community of independent pilots how we had proceeded, the jackals who were crushing the Holonet all day long or the smoky bars of the stations instead of starting seriously to work, the same jackals that had been unleashed when our friends the Children of Raxxla had tried to keep alive Cmdr Salomé so that she could inform us of the actions of this same so-called Club, these hateful hordes, went straight to work, accusing OSIRIS, Wing Atlantis, and even EfilOne (and through him, the Children of Raxxla once more) of collusion with this clique.


However, when the Canonn Interstellar Research Group discovered the first site of the Guardians in their own time, it must be said that they did not have to face such accusations. Yet the historian Drew Wagar did tell us how much this discovery was taking care of the so-called Club’s affairs. And even after reading his last book, no one came to put this discovery of the Canonn in perspective with the historical background.


These accusations, which are currently raining on our heads, have become even more serious when our beloved Pravnet published the lapidary announce of our discovery, not even giving the name of Wing Atlantis, OSIRIS, or still less EfilOne, as at the origin of this discovery.

It can not be mistaken to assert that if it were the Canonn who made this discovery, Pravnet would have named the organization as well as the pilots involved in the discovery.


So, the pack of jackals is once again manipulated like puppets.


The same pack did not hesitate to shoot at the Oresrians and kill them without even questioning whether it was right, or merely judicious, to do so. The pack, thirsting for blood and death, promptly responded to the orders of AEGIS, directed, I remind you, by a federal admiral well known for his murderous tendencies.

I hesitate now on how to name them. Is it a pack of jackals, or rather a herd of sheeps?


I leave you to meditate on all this.

When a legend is no longer one

dans Freelance reports/INRA Par

In these columns, I have always wanted to stay within the journalistic framework. This has never prevented me from expressing my opinions, but no one can ever reproach me for not having done serious research before publishing an article in this newspaper.

I have always avoided personal matters.


But this time, I will depart from this rule.

The subject that will be addressed in the article that follows directly affects my family history as much as the subjects that I started writing here.


At the end of last week, the newsroom was contacted by one of these anonymous people who regularly send us messages supposed to be potential scoops. Generally, after some usual checks, they turn out not to be, and sometimes we discover some pearls, which motivates us to read them all and initiate the necessary investigations in order to verify if the information is indeed as heavy as the messengers foretold.


This time, the message just contained a short message: the images sent as attachments will attract all your attention.

The following two images was attached:


Accompanied by the following sentence: this is not a hermitage, but it could just as well be one.


This alerted us because in French, we write “ermitage” without H, whereas this is the case in english. Perhaps a clue to find the site shown on the pics.


But above all, it is the inscriptions on the tanks and the fronton of the entrance to the base that attracted my attention: INRA.


The last time I heard about the organization was by my father, Maximilian Weaver. And this is where this event has become, in a sense, a personal matter.


From the little my father told me, he would have worked for INRA when he was still very young. The first war against the Thargoids was raging, and my father wanted to make himself useful, so he made a commitment. He was an engineer first and foremost, but he did all the military training required to become an INRA officer.

He was so motivated by this commitment that he even managed to bring with him a fellow student, Dreyfuss. It was he who would later become his partner in business, with the success we know.

After his training as a cadet, once his officer’s braid hung on his uniform, and passed the few usual military missions to validate them, he was directed to an advanced research center where his scientific and technical skills could be fully exploited by the organization.


From what he told me, he would have worked on an agronomic research project based on an inverse engineering of Thargoids artefacts. He never gave me more details than that, or where this research was taking place, or with whom he had worked then.


All he told me was that he had worked enthusiastically on a project to address the problem of undernutrition, and that the team in which he was integrated had achieved convincing results, that a young scientist realized that their discoveries could also be used to destroy the Thargoids. How can we eliminate malnutrition on one side and cause genocide on the other, with the same discovery, has always been something that has questionned me.


However, when he learned that the research results of the team in which he was working were going to be used to develop a weapon of mass destruction, he asked for his transfer to the team that was going to develop this weapon.


I admit that it does not look very much like the image I have of my father. I have always remembered a man full of humanism and high moral values. But he told me that it was in order to be in the front row when the weapon would finally be finalized.


Finally, he subtilized the weapon’s plans, formulas and manufacturing recipes related to genetic engineering that allowed the development of this weapon, which we all know today as “Mycoid Virus”.


Once in possession of all the elements allowing to reproduce the mycoid, he left the INRA and entered the civil one.

No one ever had any suspicion about his theft.


It was several decades later, when he was at the helm of a flourishing company, he approached Alliance companies, told them what he had, and knew how produce an antidote. This is how, he told me when I was still a young man, he developed a mycoid antidote that allowed the Alliance to forge a strong relationship with some Thargoids.


Today, with the perspective that decades gives me, I think that all this could be constitutive of the personal legend that my father wanted to be built.

After all, until now, INRA was a legend, the mycoid virus just as much, and so the first war against the Thargoids.


I quickly contacted Cmdr Aymerix of Wing Atlantis to talk to him about all this. He forwarded this information to Mrs. Alvina de Messalina, their leader. She very quickly contacted me directly to tell me that she was launching an operation of Wing Atlantis in order to discover this base of INRA abandoned as soon as possible.


I assured him of all the support that OSIRIS teams could provide.

And so, just a few hours after receiving this message, we had gone in search of this abandoned base.

It did not take us more than a few days of research to find it. Some will say it was very fast. But they have no idea of the resources and number of Cmdrs mobilized for the occasion. All this was made public only 2 days after the operation was launched, for obvious reasons of safety. And of course, members of the so-called Club, or at least people manipulated by them, intervened massively in an attempt to discredit the discovery of the site that took place just a few hours after we returned this public operation, on Monday 9.


I was eager to go there. I have to admit that it was a long time ago that I had felt such excitement. At the time, I was 20 years old again!


Cmdr EfilOne, Yuksarr and Klingsor were with me. It was EfilOne who found the site first, and only about ten minutes later, Yuksarr, Klingsor and I were there.


We were able to hack the uplink data installed all over the site. And reading the logs plunged me into the deepest stupefaction.

Was it my father who was mentioned in these papers? I doubt. The young man in question seems quite far from my father’s values. Oddly enough, he seems to share more values with the site’s research director than with this young man. Perhaps, therefore, it is thanks to this woman that my father will have been able to join the teams that later developed this murderous virus, who knows. I have no memory and no traces to go further. I must admit that these logs seem more to have taught me about my father than all he could have told me during his lifetime.


I hope I can still be there when the next base is discovered. It goes without saying that Wing Atlantis and OSIRIS, as well as some of our close friends, are conducting in-depth investigations into the issue.


I think I would have the opportunity to come back to that in the next few weeks.

For the time being, I need a little time to digest all this informations and put it into perspective with everything we’ve been able to discover at The Onionhead.


Thanks for reading.


As always, The Onionhead disclaims any responsibility for possible maltreatment of words and verbs during the writing of this article.

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