posted on Feb, 2 2015 @ 06:05 PM
While i wouldn't consider myself an avid viewer of the NLBS series, i do watch the occasional video and read some of the threads. It would appear to
me that NLBS is starting to alienate a part of its audience through videos aimed at disproving some conspiracy theories or forming conclusions of
others. By researching and forming a conclusion of the information presented in a frame of roughly 10 minutes, people are starting to become wary and
perhaps alienated. Especially so considering NLBS is a product of ATS.
People who subscribe to different theories or beliefs pertaining to a particular topic covered by NLBS may feel isolated or unwelcome when NLBS, on
behalf of ATS, determines what is and is not correct. I don't think this is a particularly healthy development for a video series belonging to a forum
where people can communicate their own ideas and opinions. I think it would be better for NLBS not to come to hard conclusions on alternative topics,
but rather present the information and let viewers decide for themselves.
I don't think it is a particularly sound strategy to present a video series which may come to conclusions in opposition to a range of members on an
affiliated forum. It is only natural that some people will feel restricted or opposed by these videos, as the positions expressed on NLBS are usually
upheld and promoted by ATS and some of its staff.
This is just my opinion, but it is something i have noticed. Member comments on NLBS threads will show some discontent.
edit on 2-2-2015 by
daaskapital because: (no reason given)