At the 2001 Disclosure Project Press Club event, Carol Rosin
gave a synopsis of these aims.
Carol Rosin founded, and is President of, the Institute for Cooperation in Space and Space Preservation Trust Foundation, Ventura, California.
Dr. von Braun asked Carol
to join him at Fairchild Industries
to help him create a ban of weapons in space.
left her teaching and went to work for Dr. von Braun in 1974.
Afterward, Carol Rosin
has persisted for nearly thirty years in trying to carry out Dr. von Braun's request to get weapons banned from space.
She is now President of the Institute for Cooperation in Space and of the Space Preservation Trust Foundation.
Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) introduced Carol Rosin's U. S. Space Preservation Act as House Bill 3657 on December 8, 2003.
In the past 30 years as Carol
has worked hard to carry out Dr. von Braun's challenge to her
has often thought of his
warnings about the misuse of space and an "Enemy's List" that he
said the American government was using to keep the media and public in support of Pentagon budgets.
- INTERVIEW -
Carol Rosin, President, Institute for Cooperation in Space and Space Preservation Trust Foundation, Ventura, California: "The message that he (Werner von Braun) was giving me continually was that we must prevent the weaponization of space from happening because otherwise the truth would never be officially acknowledged about who we were, who we are, as a human species in the universes.
Q: BUT, CAROL
, IF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HAS ALREADY MILITARIZED SPACE OF THIS PLANET, HOW COULD WE POSSIBLY ACHIEVE A TREATY NOW TO ELIMINATE SPACE-BASED WEAPONS?
Q: AND IF THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN, CAROL
, WHAT IS THE WORST CASE SCENARIO IN YOUR MIND?