posted on Sep, 2 2018 @ 03:56 PM
This is exactly how mental conditioning works. First you see one hoax exposed, perhaps the Billy Meier case. Then another one comes along, like the
"Alien Autopsy" hoax. Then another, and another, like the "Roswell Slides" (which actually most reasonably discerning people looked at and thought
"why is this thumbnail super blurry and apparently depicting a mummy in some kind of museum-like display case?" and yawned until it all blew over),
and then sooner or later your mind becomes conditioned to believe "all cases are hoaxes" and you're no longer capable of independent rational thought.
Your mind is made up about every new story before you even know the first thing about it. So you can no longer see any new development as new, but
simply as an extension of the old - even when a wide variety of the past indicators of a hoax aren't apparent or applicable with the new development,
as we're seeing with this dramatic AATIP story.
Here we have a highly credible and straight-talking former intelligence analyst who worked at the Pentagon analyzing this stuff, telling us what many
if not most of us have been saying for decades: these exotic aerial devices are physically real and they're not ours. And in fact their key
performance characteristics remain consistent with at least 70 years of observations. We also have a pair of our top fighter pilots describing exactly
what happened near the Nimitz carrier group, and why their incident clearly falls outside of any conventional human-technology explanation.
But you and many others are mentally conditioned to believe that every new development is like the previous ones; either a hoax, or a mistake, or an
opportunistic money-grab. You're psychologically incapable of sifting the wheat from the chaff at this point. Which is why the rest of us who are
still capable of evaluating each new development on its own merits or lack thereof, are so sick of hearing you play the same tired old record over and
over again. Just because A and B and C equaled X, does not mean that D equals X. Its a logical fallacy to believe that all cases are false, just
because many other cases have been false. New things do happen. It takes an agile mind, not a conditioned one, to see a thing for what it is with
clarity and objectivity.
The revelations of the AATIP and the Nimitz case are new - not an extension of the old pattern of hoaxes and frauds. But you can only see all of this
through your incredibly jaded, mentally conditioned old lens. And you're convinced that this makes you smarter than everyone else, but in reality
you're exhibiting the opposite of intelligence: a completely calcified and immutable mind. You're starting with your conclusion ("it's all BS, like
the stuff before"), and then looking for ways to prove your foregone conclusion correct. That's the opposite of true skepticism. And in fact it's
identical to cult-like thinking - both are examples of mental conditioning.
I can't fathom how anyone could hear Cmdrs. Fravor and Slaight describe their experiences, and see their exemplary history as Black Aces fighter
pilots, and dismiss their accounts as anything other than a legitimate encounter with non-human technology. That Tic-Tac ufo either hacked their
on-board computers or intercepted their encrypted transmissions, then darted ahead of them to their CAP point and stopped there. Yeah - they were
definitely dealing with a vastly superior piece of technology that made their F-18s seem about as sophisticated as a biplane.
But instead of actually recognizing the incredible significance of that incident, and the jaw-dropping revelation of the AATIP with its 36+ technical
reports generated over the last 10 years which are probably game-changing documents that we all know exist now, all we hear from you and your cynical
kind are wild and baseless conspiracy theories, personal attacks against everyone who helped to break these stories, and silly wicked allegations of
Enough already. We all know what you have to say about this. So stop filling pages and pages of this thread with your unwavering cynicism retold in a
billion different ways, before you turn this thread into a sewer like the last one and somebody has to lock it down, again.