posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 03:56 PM
I suppose you could possibly not understand the point. You see, it's not about you, personally. Why would you think so? It's about the reaction of a
large number of people who are generally ignorant, uneducated, or steeped in religious belief enough that, in the 21s century, they actually entertain
the idea of demons and angels. And, a priori, they have already decided that UFOs/aliens are associated with these imaginary entities. These are
quite medieval notions, and for a large group of people to have them means the real aliens, likely simply another intelligent species, haven't got a
chance. They'll be typecast as "demons" before they can say, "Hi. We're from Alpha Proxima. Nice to meet you." Now I am under no illusion that the
real aliens are benign, and they may very well have their own agendas that are contrary to what we consider our well being, But the real point here is
that assuming our government is aware of their presence, they are loath to present the evidence to we citizens--precisely because of attitudes like
yours. If the leaked information we generally have is correct, the government has commissioned more than one study from think tanks such as the Rand
Corporation to analyze what the public reaction to Disclosure would be. The basic answer is that "the public would freak out." How do we know this?
From posts such as the ones in this thread professing that aliens are demons, fallen angels, etc.
So, you have sort of proved the point. Now I suspect this issue is vastly more complex than what I have outlined here. Indeed, Indeed,
this thread on Disclosure
explored some of these issues in much more depth.
Fundamentalist beliefs are only part of the issue, but they are part of the problem and why we don't have Disclosure.
OP, sorry we got diverted away from reptilians. There may very well be a reptilian race, but I doubt they are here in the flesh, and they certainly
aren't disguised as the Queen of England and that nonsense. That's just fanciful nonsense.