In Israel, there is a method for releasing people from the army, called 'Profile 21'. It dismisses people from military service on the basis of what is defined as 'ineligibility to serve in the military', most of the reasons for providing the profile are connected to health (and contrary to widespread stigma, only 24 out of 220 health conditions for realease from service are psychiatric), but there are other reasons, including political reasons . Thus, I believe, my case in which I was released from military service in the IDF.
Release from the army with a profile of 21, accompanied in Israel by a note with a elimination order, so at least it was in the 70s and 80s, I do not know what the real situation is now. In front of such people, all the doors to stable work were deliberately blocked, they were deliberately tripped up everywhere, deprived of rights and more, without any written instruction to do so. People who were discharged from the military had to deal with a stigma for a lifetime and choose between being called ‘psychic’ and being called ‘dodger’, both of which are bad options. They had to go underground and hide, and also deal with their own conscience in the absence of the strength to deal with the massive social brainwashing that was activated on them 24 hours from every direction, to keep them from the very thought that 'maybe I'm not the bad guy in the story'. Only some of these truths can be found on Wikipedia, edited and supervised by Israeli IDF emissaries.
There may be those who will claim that my reports on C and the knowledge of the aliens, prove and explain, regarding my case, why I was discharged from the IDF.
Even if it were true, did it justify my marking and sending to life with a social elimination note?
But that's not true, and you'll have to trust my word here too, I knew I was marked long before I met C and before I even thought about the possibilities of extraterrestrial life. It starts when I was a kid. I have knowledge of who marked me and the reasons, and yet the abyss is dark and I am afraid to dive into what I have not yet discovered. One day I might expand on what I know. Just remarked, I was not the only one in my yearbooks to meet with C, and probably not the only one who knew anything about outsiders, real research and other things. I may have talked about it, even then, more than others, but it all started deep after I was already marked.
It should also be noted that one of the reasons I refrained from writing freely about C and the knowledge of the aliens for years was not only C's personal reluctance for publishing anything about him (untill 2005), but also my refusal to add the subject of 'aliens' to my struggle, fearing it would become a weapon in the hands of those who tried to challenge on my sanity. I think I have less to lose now. Maybe i'm wrong, but the things have to be written.