posted on Sep, 7 2007 @ 01:18 PM
It really scares me that there are people on here who honestly believe that a Grey alien was standing behind french doors at the White House while the
President of the United States gave a nationally televised speech. You've heard the phrase "there's a sucker born every minute", well I think it
should be changed to "there's a sucker joining ATS every minute".
Look, like most of you on here, I believe in the existence of aliens. I will even say that I believe our government is in posession of alien
technology and may even be in contact with aliens. But I find it completely rediculous to believe that we would be so careless as to actually have a
Grey "chilling" at the White House, especially during a Presidential speech. The Secret Service has eyes and cameras on every foot of the White
House and the surrounding area, especially when the President is standing on the lawn giving a speech. There's no way they would allow a friggin
ALIEN to stand behind him. Use common sense people. This is obviously a reflection of some kind or a distorted view of an object or even a piece of
furniture in the room. There's a million possibilities of what it could be. But one of those possibilities is NOT an alien standing there.
When people give this kind of stuff credibility, it completely undermines what those of us believers have been fighting for. It's these kinds of
things that make the world and the media laugh at us. And when junk like this gets passed around, it damages the credibility of legitimate UFO
footage/pics and even reputable alien photos (if they exist).
Look, I've been guilty of similar things in the past. I'll visit a website and just because there's a convincing story and some cool pictures,
I'd completely buy into it. It's because deep down I wanted it to be true. I wanted there to be evidence to back up my personal beliefs. But then
I'd realize that I was letting this excitement and this desperate need for validation to get in the way of my common sense and what are otherwise
excellent b.s.-detecting skills of mine. The bottom line is that when it comes to UFO/alien stories, and even all conspiracy-related stories, you
need to believe none of what you hear and half of what you see- especially when its on the internet! Now, obviously I don't mean that literally.
But you need to use common sense and not let your eyes or your heart fool you into believing things like this.
There's nothing wrong with quesitoning things. It doesn't automatically make you a "debunker" or a tool of the government/illuminati/etc, despite
what some will say on here. You do a lot more harm to the cause by believing in junk like this than you do by questioning EVERYTHING. Remember....
we're supposed to DENY IGNORANCE! It takes plenty of ignorance to believe that a Grey alien was standing behind the President of the United States
during a speech on the White House lawn!