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Disclosure threads on ATS need special attention

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posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 10:07 AM
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I have only been on ATS a short while and I have been excited then let down by repeating disclosure dates that come and go.
Posters are typically new members who often claim involvement with the Industrial Military Complex in some way.
They never give us anything to examine and verify because they feel it will reveal who they are.

They also answer direct questions with I cant tell you or I dont know answers, which just serve to deepen the mystery with out any further confirmation of their claims.

I suggest to the MODS that when a thread like this happens where the poster claims to be in the know, they are instructed to prove it.

In the UFO forum, people who claim sightings are usually not given hundreds of pages of attention if they do not provide a photo or video.

What im suggesting is there are people who just want to be the center of attention and it is serving to them that they get this much attention with nothing but words and no proof.

If a real UFO insider wants to disclose something, I would think they would send a photo, video or documents for all to examine.




posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 10:36 AM
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Let me just post a follow up to why I think this is important.

I would think the entire reason for a person posting this inside information would be to prevent the event from unfolding the way the Military intends it to.

With no proof or information on where the fake UFO's are being stored or anything that can help us run over with video cameras and expose the cover up, then what possible purpose could starting a thread like this accomplish other than just attracting attention.



posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 01:03 PM
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I totally agree with you, that some kind of monitoring "all hype no substance" threads would be nice.

On the other hand, since ATS is usually pretty quick in debunking these, i can see, that there are still too much gullible people outthere still wanting to believe in already debunked things or people, and also some are playing some nice mindgames in the threads.

Don't know, maybe some warning should be placed for new users, but people visiting ATS should already know, where they are



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