posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 03:52 PM
a reply to: IsaacKoi
Excellent thread as usual, IsaacKoi.
Creating realistic hoax UFO videos to mislead the watchers whether for money or cause confusion is a crime that should be prosecuted
Videos of objects that in reality would scare people to death may have impact on their health - they may get a heart attack, mental problems, trauma.
It is like the Martian attack hysteria in the 19(30)s. People with unstable mind who learn of such things in their neighborhood are likely to be
At the very least a hoaxer should be charged a fine as a first warning.
I agree that deleting comments or anything that exposes the hoaxes could be a sign that the person is trying to scam the audience and this is where
one should make a difference between creators of an animation as a sci fi, and someone who is really harming the audience with false information.
Where is the law for this?
Oh and I greet the work of anyone who exposes, creates a parody, mocks, points a finger at a hoaxer and shames them. If modifying a hoax video is
copyright problem, then one can take single slides and analyze those hoax frames by pointing them and then adding their own 'mocking frames' in the
You need to destroy the reputation of a hoaxer and make them feel useless at what they are doing.
edit on 5-9-2014 by CollisioN because: (no