a reply to: ThatsAUfo
...what is going to bring them to turn round and actually give the people of our world the truth, because if you do your research it is so plain to
If, by "them", you mean the alleged human recipients of the privileged information (TPTB), then only a profound shift in human social and
individualistic behavior will motivate enough for "them" to consider a change in the status quo: i.e., Plausible Denial". Until such an event, there
is no operational or tactical reason to deviate from the plan (silence).
If, on the other hand, by "them" you are referring to the aliens/ETs themselves, then IMHO, the answer is the same. There is no benefit realized, at
this time, by any entities, for revealing themselves. Why should they? What's in it for them?
Let's be realistic: humans, as a lot, have not demonstrated very much in the way of altruistic behavior over millennia either toward themselves or
their own planet. They waste enormous precious resources just to kill each other! Imagine for a moment the combined military expenditures of the
United States, Russia, China... All that engineering, the commodities extracted, the energy and labor expended... Oh what a Starship that would
But no. Humans just want "the truth".
Do humans even "deserve" to be told yet? Many insist, "yes". Why? Because, like children in a toy store "wanting" something in an elusive,
intriguing package, they think they deserve it because that is what they "want" to be so.
Might I propose: Humans will be informed of the truth, perhaps directly, when they have earned the privilege.
I think humans have a way to go yet. When we pass the threshold of avoiding haphazard but anthropomorphic self-annihilation - and perhaps not until
the step after that (seeking the expansion of the human species beyond the Earth itself) then, maybe, we'll earn the right to know.
We just haven't been invited to the party yet. And who could blame 'them'?