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Plan for truth

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posted on Dec, 10 2007 @ 01:36 PM
reply to post by SantaClaus

Hi Santa,
I agree with you for the most part, but I'm not sure the answer lies in voting for someone to expose a coverup. Although I agree that a two-party system has significant flaws..

It is not for "the gov't" to tell us. It is for us to want to know. Part of the reason folks don't want to know is because they flat out feel it's a waste of time. The subject is so ridiculed that no one wants to touch it.

Most of my friends either laugh at the topic or just don't know alot about it... usually it's kind of a mix of those two things. As soon as I remind them how many people have seen UFOs, and the backgrounds of these people (gov't officials, military pilots, commercial pilots, presidents, scientists, medical doctors), and that they have nothing to gain from sharing their stories (only credibility to lose) you can see the cogs turning in their heads! Then remind them just how big reality is and how much we don't understand about it... you'll find them falling silent (from my experience).

I'm not advocating harrassing your friends and pushing the UFO subject upon them against their will. But perhaps bringing it into the spotlight via some political dicussion (i.e. vote for Ron Paul because he will expose gov't knowledge of UFOs) like you said Santa.

We aren't going to convince a huge chunk of the population overnight. But I think TEAM ATS made a great point: People look to the MSM for facts and when the MSM snickers at the UFO subject matter, the public just parrots them.

The first order of business is gradually getting people to take the subject more seriously. Forget about Roswell. Focus on things people can't deny. Leave a book lying on your coffee table and when your friends laugh, tell them UFOs are serious business and challenge them to read the book. In order to beat their psychological block you have to think in psychological terms. Nobody likes to back down to a challenge. Challenge them to read a book and lone it to them. Forget about conspiracies. Telling someone "the gov't is covering it up" is the same thing as a religious person trying to convince an agnostic by telling them "God works in mysterious ways." Stick to logic and don't be discouraged by slow progress.

posted on Dec, 10 2007 @ 01:56 PM
Heres a plan lets not vote in 08 for democrat or republican. But for an independent.

posted on Dec, 10 2007 @ 02:03 PM
So these Black Projects are un constitutional correct.
CNN would love this?

posted on Dec, 10 2007 @ 02:09 PM
Heres what we have right now George Bush admitted secret CIA prisions corect? this means what else is going on meaning that it should be closely watched.

posted on Dec, 10 2007 @ 03:03 PM
reply to post by Scramjet76

Hey Scram,

Looks like you're in the same boat as I, with your friends simply shirking the evidence as lunacy. The problem is their contentment with being ignorant, as if they simply could care less to know if such proof even existed.

I went way to far into policy in my post. I often post way too late when my mind is racing (not to mention the night out with my buddies last night), but my point was how people can't even see what is happening right in front of their eyes let alone uncover such a large-scale theoretical conspiracy. I mean, why doesn't Ron Paul have a chance at a general election? Because the republicans don't want him, its not that he doesn't have support of voters, but because his views are being squashed by his own party. Fixing the vote (or at least the 2 eventual front runners) seems like its happening in a big way.

Its out of pure apathy that this happens, and it is unfortunate, as people have too much on their plates to care. If we had simpler lives, I am sure this would not go unnoticed.

Scramjet, I've seen you post your "place books in plain sight" idea on a few threads and I agree wholeheartedly. What a simple, affective way to begin communication. It is great theories like that that can begin the gradual movement to uncover the eyes of millions. I applaud you for that, but I still get called nuts when my buddies see them, haha. At least it starts some rhetoric, right?

posted on Dec, 11 2007 @ 08:47 AM
its all coming too end over the next few years anyway see why here

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