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I'm very skeptical of claims that TTSA is somehow government-controlled, especially because they openly admit they're working with the government (real covert operations aren't a reality show), but I have an open mind...
However controlled TTSA might be, the public perception shifted. Is TTSA controlling that? I think it's impossible. Many journalists started paying attention. UFO stories tend to be huge hits, actually, when it's good reporting.
If you think they're so incompetent as to associate with Bigelow, can they really control a worldwide phenomenon? Lots and lots of people are finally asking some questions.
.... Dr. Hal Puthoff....wrote the proposal that helped Bigelow land the contract to study UFOs.....
Source : Las Vegas Now - Feb 7th 2018
I think an interesting aspect to look at - is whether not TTSA has directly/indirectly - or indeed purposely or not- divided the UFO community more than it was previously.....
originally posted by: lakespirit
I've posted on the previous threads you've created in regards to Tom DeLonge's dad, so I'll post here as well. Understanding who Tom DeLonge's father was would go a long way in helping to understand why Tom DeLonge keeps having things handed to him, why he is allowed to move in these rarefied circles. Fleet Oil services. Government contracts, oil industry stuff. Getting any info about TDL's dad is challenging, but a determined investigator can glean a little bit, and try to connect some dots. The rock star fame stuff is a red herring to distract from his true privileged-status, being a son of a powerful government insider.
Maybe TDL was chosen for this TTSA role, for the same reason his band was given the right opportunities to be successful. He has had a built-in edge over his competition ever since he started down to he path of being a cultural producer.
What we learn from Weird Scenes is that not only were the movers of the 60’s musical revolution mysteriously concentrated in the very exclusive Laurel Canyon area, but what bound all of them were three common threads dangling against the backdrop of one highly curious phenomenon.
•Family connections to the military or intelligence community
•Connections to the occult
•A long chain of mysterious deaths and brutal murders
Laurel Canyon was home to a top secret military intelligence film studio whose presence and purpose remain largely unknown to this day.
...somehow all this TTSA buzz still doesn't really make sense: what would they be manipulating public opinion for? To channel more money into the U.S. Space Force? Getting more sensors out there for the intelligence community to have even better surveillance capabilities across the U.S. (through TTSA's "Scout" initiative)? Should it all direct our interest and attention away from certain political developments?
Or are they simply in it for the money, although that may sound a bit naive?