posted on Jan, 8 2008 @ 02:42 AM
Incarnated, I'm about 99.99% sure the guy with the "abduction" (to the alleged Kuiper Belt) experience you refer to is full of... beans. His story
has all the marks of pure fiction when compared to the real experiences written about by serious researchers like (the late) Dr. John Mack. And there
are other, reasonably corroberated accounts out there such as the Travis Walton story. ANYONE with a good enough imagination who can write fairly
well can claim ANY damn thing they want on the Internet.
As for the thread topic, there doesn't have to be a single cabal or small group that runs the affairs of the entire planet, and it's a safe bet (as
I see it) that there isn't. Each nation is sovereign and calls its own shots. True, any given country can have whatever number of behind-the-scenes
puppetmasters (or f-ing creepos), but everything that's done in secret (of which there's obviously a whole lot) in the USA, outside of the Executive
Branch/White House itself, is easily handled by official channels or agencies such as the CIA, NSA, DIA etc. The entire culture of government (as we
know it) is UTTERLY ruled by secrecy. Secrecy, or the level of it established by the National Security Act of 1947, is, automatically, conspiracy.
I've got some major insomnia, but I'm going back to bed now. Cheers.