posted on Aug, 24 2008 @ 06:30 PM
I dont know why every story has to be black and white. Even if Bush lies...that doesn't make every word that comes out of his mouth a lie, and no
longer to be trusted at all ever again.
I think Phil, Cooper, Belick, all of these guys are gray area guys. Why I dont know, maybe there was parts of their stories they couldn't talk about
or face immediate retaliation, so they dropped hints. Hints that once looked up wasn't the truth in itself, but created a trail to follow.
He did have material, and I haven't ever found an analysis on it. I think that if you wanted to, you could find lies in anyones past and use that to
discredit the other information. But using the method of character review to disseminate the truth from lies, while ignoring the information itself
does nothing to prove a thing for me.
I honestly have no clue if this guy is telling lies or not concerning underground bases. To me they are a logical step to make when you have U2
capable aircraft taking pictures of above ground bases from the air, and know that because you have this tech, so will the enemy eventually.
As far as underground wars with aliens, Phil isn't the only one preaching these tales and I remember reading up on it much earlier than Phil and
perhaps this is where he got some of his material if he was lying. There are so many pros an cons it has become a quagmire in which there is only gray
areas of truth to it.
To me it is the message and not the messenger. To research it to death so you can fit it all in a box, will only compound the mystery of it all.
Doesn't matter to me how his hand got that way. I buy the hypothesis that certain elements have to grown via crystallization in a zero gravity state.
This seems just as credible as saying some elements may not being able to be formed in a low gravity environment like earth and could be formed on a
place like Jupiter (conjecture) with higher gravity.
He always seemed more sincere when talking about the GOV and the NWO than he was concerning aliens and their agenda. He did way too much grandstanding
on being an American patriot than begin a victim of alien fire.
By the third or fourth video I watched of him I would roll my eyes once he started the patriotic dance of his, and I watched his videos all in a row
years ago, so I may have a dated view on this as I haven't recently watched them prior to posting this, but I think some of his stuff seems credible,
and some of it doesn't.
If he is a dis-info guy, then why lie about the things that can be checked out to be lies. Usually it is the other way around...a guy with good
credentials coming out telling lies. Why would a dis-info agent come out and lie about his father when he is trying to convince a people with lies
that cant be checked on. It just seems too counter-productive to me.
He didn't make much money but I dont have financial statements as proof. It just seems clear to me that the convention circuit isn't really a money
making endeavor and it is the books and DVDs that pull in any money. Phil had neither books nor DVDs to sell. I just dont see money as a motivation
for any of his talks. He was a very simple man, and none to bright I may add without offending anyone. I just dont picture him as a schemer.
So I dont know what to make of Phil, but I do know what to make of his info, and how it reflects info that others have shared. It is the nature of the
research in this field to have to wade through alot of crap to find the occasional nugget of truth. I see some nuggets in Phil's story.