posted on Nov, 12 2007 @ 03:10 PM
It surprises me to see so many people on this board demanding video and photo evidence, when you very well know that as soon as he released it, there
would be endless accusations of fraud in the form of photochops and CGI. Not to mention, it would quickly become part of the mountain of hoaxes and
bull# on youtube, with comments like... 'dude this one have #ee actin g i cn see the poligons the lights all wrong i know ima 3d artis!'
i'm sure he wants his material to end up like everything else that has been thrown into the funny basket. i have no doubt that if congressional
hearings are held, the material he has will certainly not be withheld, and will hold more credence with serious, professional viewers by keeping it
away from tards at youtube and similar places. places like youtube would certainly take away any believability.
photos and video are NOT viable forms of evidence now days. there certainly are artists out there now, with the progression of software abilities,
that can fool even a professional eye. that is precisely why the man is concentrating on testimony of people with the highest credibility that can be
mustered. testimony from high places is the only real and viable source of evidence other than official documents.
and what is so hard to understand that he has to 'put food on his family' one way or another? he gave up a 250,000 dollar a year career for this. do
you think it wouldn't be difficult to get use to not having that anymore? he has 4 kids, and from what i can remember, they have all gone through
college or presently doing so. not to mention his impossible goal of raising however many millions of dollars for r&d, security etc.. publishing books
and selling videos of highly sensitive material that one might be interested in viewing is a logical way of atleast trying to achieve his hefty goals.
i have no idea if he is the real deal, but one thing i do know is, he truly puts his heart into trying to do all this the right way. he's very
careful about it. i do believe he has very good intentions, and has given up a whole lot for the cause. his efforts are entirely commendable and
deserve more respect from the community that also wants this disclosure to happen. have a bit of patience. big things sometimes DO take years to
accomplish. this is no easy task and there are plenty of factors involved.
i have read his first two books, and i'm about halfway through the most recent one. yes, he does have some crazy stories, and sometimes i do sit and
think, is this guy for real? can this really be true? did this really happen to him? surely not. but then i remind myself of the heart and soul that
is obviously shown in his quest to achieve this seemingly impossible task, the money he has given up, the inevitable loss of atleast some sanity due
to stress, and i think.. there has to be something to what he says. i will continue to defend the man as long as he continues to be steadfast in his
ultimate goal for disclosure, which is more than can be said for many other so called heroes in the community who gave up LONG before now.
Excellent post by the original poster by the way!
[edit on 12-11-2007 by spacemanjupiter]