|This article appears in the February 12, 2016 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
Kesha Rogers: ‘This Is Something
Let me just make this point: this conception of the unique identity of the human species, evolving to change our conception and relationship to the universe in which we live, is something that Krafft Ehricke strongly believed in. And he called this conception, in his own words, man’s “Extraterrestrial Imperative,” and he developed this principle in his three core fundamental laws, which state:
1) Nobody and nothing under the natural laws of the Universe impose limitations on man, except man himself;
2) Not only the Earth, but the entire Solar System and as much of the Universe as he can reach under the laws of nature, are man’s rightful field of activity;
3) By expanding through the Universe, man fulfills his destiny as an element of life, endowed with the power of reason, and wisdom, of the moral law within himself. . . .
When you look at the fact that we have a completely insane policy, in terms of our election process, avoiding leadership, the fact is that no one is putting forward this vision, a real visionary policy of a national orientation of where we need to take this country, a national identity, which the Space program and President Kennedy inspired people with. This is something you should think about; this is something that we really have to fight for—that we have to restore a vision and we have to actually put this nation back on the road toward Progress. And the Space program is just what is necessary to do that.