posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 08:00 AM
Wow, Jessie V, very interesting.
On him being a legitimate conspiracy researcher or just a well-crafted disinfo specialist I'm conflicted. On the one hand, he seems to touch upon
topics that no one else in the MSM would ever touch with a 10ft pole, and seemingly reveals many secrets. On the other hand, I believe if these were
secrets the PTB really cared about the info would not be coming out on his shows, or anywhere on TV (and only on obscure websites like this one), and
he does come from an institution one of whose lesser known roles is being the guardian of secrets and eliminating those who know too much or might
tell too much (Seals and the rest of black ops).
Personally, I would love to see some questions off the bat that would address these issues, kind of an informal vetting (politely done, our guests
deserve our courtesy if nothing else), questions that we know the PTB is determined to keep the real answers from the public and covered up. For
example, we all know the "official" version of Kennedy's death is far from the truth, get his opinion on that, or something like Roswell. I think we
have had at least three Above Top Secret "AMA" guests state that their belief is that Roswell was true alien contact, maybe that could be the litmus
test for some future AMA guests. Ask them their opinion about Roswell, if it is relevant to their area of study, if they lean toward believing it
they could be legitimate, if they lean toward dismissing it, it is likely they are in some way controlled disinfo.
Also, since Jesse was a Seal, he had to sign many confidentiality/non-disclosure agreements, and as other guests have said, these agreements last the
duration of your life. Do these agreements just apply to secret info you learn while you are employed by the government and exclude secret info you
learn after your employment with the government is terminated?
How can he reveal all these secrets and not be prosecuted if he is bound by these agreements?
edit on 30-3-2014 by PlanetXisHERE because: (no reason given)