posted on May, 13 2005 @ 10:47 AM
I respect your views and I do believe that Greer comes off as sincere - however there are more than a few confusing things about The Disclosure
1.) He claims that they went out and were able to make contact with alien craft - yet tehers no video or pictures or explanation of why there are none
and why contact didn't continue.
That is pretty frikkin questionable to me.
2.) The Revenue Model - yes, okay, a subscription revenue model is okay for starting out - but for a group supposedly dedicated to complete disclosure
why is there no additional revenue models being considered.
Advertising? Corporate/Buisness Donations? Even bake sales??
Is it not time for them to evolve as many blogs and online sites have to allow the greatest amount of public access for the least price (usually for
3.) Why does Greer not subject his witnesses to lie detector tests or other forms of vigorous scientific scrutiny? - if we had the data of those
results along with their testimony it would make disinformation much more difficult, and witnesses crediblity would be more apparent.
If I, a regular workin' stiff, can consider all these issues how come these professionals at TDP can't?
I believe it is because, just like UFO related publications, they are allowed to exist as long as they present UFOlogy in a carnival like
Were they to take their mission truly seriously and to the logical end I think they would be shut down permanently by the U.S. Govt.
I therefore have to conclude that however pure their original motives they are at this point somewhat comprimised and thus effectively (by Dr. Greers
own definition) disinformation themselves.