posted on Dec, 28 2006 @ 11:13 AM
Hi... if you could post some links so we could check out what you mean, that would be great.
The thing about Lazar is he was saying stuff about an island of stable elements grouped around 115 long before anyone else. It seems to be gaining
ground, so perhaps one should give his story a little more weight.
For me, belief is always relative, and never total, one way or the other. One thing I am relatively committed to is the idea that disinformation is
out there, and is designed, among other things, to discredit specific pieces of information by surrounding them with lies.
Plus, I don't believe that institutions, such as the "national security state" are monolithic. They are made up of individuals, some of whom will
not necessarily share all the goals and ideals of the institution. Therefore leaks happen and this causes more disinformation.
I think Bill Cooper was sincere. I think Lazar was sincere. I think Corso was sincere but old and perhaps inclined to exaggerate his closeness to
the centre of things.
I don't know who Brown was and I'd like to know.a More details please.
I think that people like John Lear and Steven Greer are sincere, but may themselves be the unwitting victims of disinformation dog-and-pony shows.
They have relatively high profiles and it would therefore be good if they could be used to disseminate information calculated to divert attention from
specific areas or to make the imparters of that information look foolish.
For myself, I look at this as threads of narrative which outline various stories. This is, after all, what we do as human beings. We interpret the
world through stories. Occasionally those stories are written in languages like mathematics which have internal consistencies that can be checked,
but they are stories nonetheless.
One can therefore keep track of different narrative threads and see if any make predictions that turn out to be independently confirmed later in the
day. If so, they therefore get slightly higher credibility ratings, though of course one is open to the possibility that elements within the story
may have been planted to debunk or divert.
It's a great big fluid world out there.