posted on Nov, 25 2005 @ 10:21 PM
Although the minister has quite a bit of credibility, his weak comments paint himself out to be a gullible, old man, who is not in with the circle of
whats going on. I highly doubt the parliament would give him any time becuase he doesnt say that he has any proof but says hes talked to a few
insiders underneath the white house. Now if those insiders dont come forward, theres really no case.
Maybe its the former minister himself that is trying to purposely make himself look like a conspiracy nut so he can hurt the credibility of the UFO
scene. Ever consider that scenario? I say that becuase the former minister puts so much reliability and trust in personal sightings and in Corso's
book, which many critics would paint him out to be gullable. Even Greer doesnt emphasize proof from personal eyewitness accounts.
[edit on 25-11-2005 by kyateLaBoca]