Well, I finally sat down and watched Tom's documentary, or the first three episodes of it, and this is what I got so far:
- It is very well made and pretty slick
- It tries very hard to come off as "patriotic but frustrated ex government employees takes matters into their own hands"
- It is, so far, very light on content. Nimitz incident mainly, but some new information too (with some new eyewitness accounts being the mexican
fishermen and the marine biologist)
- I was surprised that the alleged squirreling away of logs and recordings from Nimitz/Princeton got as much space as it did (a vague accusing finger
- The fact that a lot of the team are still intimate with the US governent is being glossed over.
- Mellon casually drops that weird things have been seen at Area51, which caught me a bit by surprise (due to the admission, not the fact)
To most of us here, it should come as no great surprise that this has all the signs of being the US governent, or at least forces within it, spinning
a version of the UFO subject.
It pushes the UFO/USO as a threat angle pretty blatantly, although the actual threat is so far not so clear. After all, no harm was done to the Nimitz
or the fighters even if they were chasing after these things. I suspect this will change with the nukes episode, perhaps. They are certainly building
up to it.
Agenda wise, I am still at a loss. Entertainment wise, I can only admit that it was entertaining and engaging, even though I knew I was watching
somewhat of a propaganda piece
. To people new to the subject, this will have the force of a hammer. Especially young people, I should think, who
are not yet as old and cynical as some of us on this board.
I think this is going to work very well and no matter how many oddities and discrepancies we point to, we will be simply flung aside by the
And, alas, I think this is just the beginning. We will get the "new ufo reality" shoved down our throats wether we like it or not, whatever it turns
out to be, because the forces at work here are pretty powerful.
If this is the work of Tom DeLonge then I am the Emperor of Atlantis.
All hail the new paradigm, I suppose.
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