The Alert told the Search Engine which told Google which told the iPhone which told the PC which told Facebook which told Twitter which told the Web which became an App that there were no invisible people.
And so it was a fact.
But the little boy knew it was wrong.
The Government said that there were no invisible people because everywhere you looked in cyberspace it said, quite clearly, there are no invisible people.
But the little boy knew they were wrong.
The Government said it again. They said they were building big stadiums for the Really Big Games and lots of people would come and spend lots of money and the media of the world would come too. And all of those people wouldn’t want to see any invisible people and they wouldn’t because there weren’t any.
But the little boy knew they were wrong. After all, he’d seen invisible people every day. He talked to them. They had spoken to him. He told the Government but they said that he had a vivid imagination.
And the Government kept on its path. They didn’t even have to put out a denial. They just kept on and on and on, so the Alert told the Search Engine which told Google which told the iPhone which told the PC which told Facebook which told Twitter which told the Web which became an App that there were no invisible people.
But look here: https://invisiblepeople.tv/
Looks like the little boy was right and the government was wrong. Time to tell the Alert to tell the Search Engine to tell Google to tell the iPhone to tell the PC to tell Facebook to tell Twitter to tell the Web that became an App, that there are indeed invisible people…
…in the USA and throughout the world. Millions of them.
Look again: https://invisiblepeople.tv/
The little boy told other people and they started to believe him. Suddenly people could see. And when they saw they could act. It is possible to create a world with no homelessness.
The first step is simply to open our eyes.