a reply to: TheAmazingYeti
Tom likes to claim that there's truth woven into the fiction but I think that's just to sell more books. What do you think? Narcissist or patriot?
I really don't understand the criticisms Tom receives from this community. Look at what most people buy up or the people they follow, many of which
are common grifters selling certifiably false BS, pushing their crap at conventions (paid speaking engagements), books, etc-but they really
this junk, and its their sole income source.
Now look at Tom's actions.
He's leveraged himself, (his brand), everything he's done in the past, turned his back (somewhat) on the majority of his fans (who rip into him for
it), and dumps a reasonable chunk of cash into this venture, taking a huge risk which would not be a worthy business venture by any means.
In other words, he's leveraging everything he has: his name, his reputation, his money
to get information out, whether or not some is guised as
"inspired by truth" or "based on true facts but presented as fiction" I think that's really besides the point.
Most people in this 'industry' would probably be happy with the investment Tom put into it, and would walk away with probably the money he'll end up
expending just to get the project completed.
As for the fiction/fact issues people have, he's currently working on a documentary. Hopefully its worth the effort he's put into it and it gets
received well enough to continue his efforts. Personally I think there is a lot of undue criticism here. He has John Podesta working along side him,
who has publicly lobbied for UFO-Disclosure, and who remarked his biggest failure was not getting to the bottom of UFOs while working with Obama.
There's also Hillary's comments, about disclosing UFOs, and the past history with the Rockefeller initiative. Frankly I think the claim of her
touching on UFOs during election time as way to garner votes, is absurd. UFOs/Aliens is not a campaign topic, not one that actually gets votes,
because it brings more negative press/reaction than positive. Just look at any UFO/Alien-article on Hillary, and read the comment section, as people
rip her on e-mail disclosure while lobbying for Alien/UFO disclosure. It doesn't make sense.
Do I think Hillary cares personally about UFO Disclosure and that she wants to illuminate the truth for common people? No. Im not an idiot. There's
obviously some politically advantageous scheme behind all this for her, while I think Podesta's position is more genuine.
I really don't care if its finally being disclosed because of XYZ reason, and Hillary or whoever wants to capitalize off of it. If we do get
disclosure, the world will change overnight, and everyone
will capitalize or try to in their own way. The Church will be offering to convert ET
to Jesus (even though its likely religious texts are based on previous contact), the UFO-Crowd will be clamouring to say, "I told you so" "we were
right all along" "we're the experts!" while largely getting ignored, because it will be government/political disclosures that people are following and
that set the course for the future.
Depending on what gets disclosed:
UFO Crash/fallen technology, no contact = Governments will be working on allocating funds and spinning the political landscape around future plans,
UFO Crash/Fallen tech + contact with aliens = Governments will be working on current diplomatic relations, allocating funds, and carving the political
landscape around handling contact.
The second is based on the ET presence actually wanting to communicate. From the tidbits Tom Delonge has released so far, it suggests the ETs have
been pretending to be our gods for centuries, which opens up an entirely separate can of worms. Which would likely infer the former disclosure over
the latter is most likely. Meaning some secrets would remain.
If anyone hasn't read looked at the literal translations of the bible by Mauro Biglino, an official
translation expert for the Vatican (until getting sacked)
it's worth the read. If Tom's disclosures so far are on point this literal translation
would tie in perfectly to what's been said so far.
And even if you ignore all that. I still think there is enough evidence to confirm ETs or at least something
has contacted and left behind
technology on Earth, whether it be extra-dimensional beings, time-travellers, whatever.
There are accounts throughout history, that suggest otherworldly contact, from the 1900s dating back to the earliest
civilizations. The further back you go the more it gets swept into religious allegory though. Makes sense as religious organizations controlled the
world for so long. But, very compelling accounts from 1500s, 1600s, 1800s, etc-suggest contact by technologically advanced ships/beings
- Wilbert Smith, head of Canada's early UFO division - Stated unequivocally in classified docs: UFOs are real, the US has a
crashed ship and technology, and his con confirms this, as well that his father inspected some of it. This also would explain why certain
disinformation programs began, to discredit certain documents which would be coming out. MJ-12 (meaning some were indeed real, but a hoax was
perpetrated to discredit those and all would be dismissed).
- Shows a concerted effort to discredit UFO topic. Originally planned to give a negative result, caused controversy, than
supposedly ran with a scientific (unbiased) objective, later we learn cases were purposely omitted from it, plus the results were reported wrong,
claiming 5% of cases remained important in scope, when in reality it was more like 22%. The most important thing with Bluebook, is it shows the
government was trying to downplay and misrepresent the issue to the public. It also shows that after Bluebook ended, with no official program in
effect, the official programs are actually fully classified now.
- I think one of the best documented cases. And, contrary to the official position that after Bluebook no program existed later. The
government consistently states they don't care about UFOs or Aliens/Crashes, etc-but Kecksberg is a perfect example of military getting to a crash
site immediately, and messing with witnesses. Plus the nonsensical "debunks" over the years, claiming it was this that and the other. Currently I
think the claim is a Russian satellite, which was dismissed earlier, said to be impossible, when Oberg had been pushing it as such. Most interesting
from Kecksberg though was that markings on the object were documented, and they coincide with at least 2 other reported crashes.
Really there's a mountain of evidence beyond this, but Im just listing these, because I think from these, one can discern that there is contrary
information in the official record. And there is enough actual evidence in the documented paperwork, to suggest that there has been crashes already,
that its possible a very secret wing of the military/which was pushed into state contractor hands (to avoid disclosures) has been in contact or well
aware of everything there is to do with an alien presence-off world and possibly on-world.
I've been a skeptic for a long time, but when you look at the totality of the evidence.No.
edit on 21-6-2016 by boncho because: (no reason given)