posted on Dec, 26 2005 @ 12:53 PM
Originally posted by No1tovote4
Originally posted by Dulcimer
The combined marathon should provide about 38 minutes of actual content.
Man those shows can drag out even the shortest thing.........
LOL. They are somewhat better than that Peter Jennings show though. That show simply avoided any information that might be compelling to anybody
Heh, yeah I heard all about the Peter Jennings show from many people.
However, I must admit, better than nothing. And I think the figure was
about 8 million viewers that evening. One good note is ABC had a link from their homepage to The Disclosure Project. But it is a lot of effort for the
average 9-5 working folks to... 1. Watch the TV show, 2. Have the time or want to learn more, 3. Go to the ABC website and read a lot of info, 4. Find
the actual Disclosure Project link, 5. Then read all that data and/or watch the free video there, 6. Still believe there might be a little truth
there, 7. Overcome the fear or worry of ridicule, 8. Find and join up with www.abovetopsecret.com...
to chat about it all. etc....
It is a lot of effort !!
There is no cover-up.
There is 100% evidence that it is very difficult to stimulate public interest into these UFO topics without going too far and panicking people.
And reminds me of this quote...
"Final disclosure, though, comes with three prerequisites: One that the panic of the population will be minimized; Two that control, both physical
and intellectual, is maintained by the existing power structure; and Three that there will be no retribution towards those that have kept the
existence of extraterrestrial intelligence a secret. We are already in the end game of denial, which is also the first step of initial disclosure.
This is to say that the shadow Government that controls the UFO cover up must remain in control once the UFO reality becomes apparent and undeniable
to a significant majority. To generate the momentum for final disclosure, a paradox emerges: the mainstream mass media must report honestly and
undertake some serious investigative research to stimulate the public's interest; the mainstream mass media though, is largely owned by multinational
companies who also have an interest in nuclear and fossil fuel consumption."
Thank you very much for the historychannel.com link.
Have a great day !