Originally posted by greeneyedleo
The reason being.............there is nothing to debunk.
So true. This guy's story was so shoddy, with so many unexplainable holes, inconsistencies, and goofs that the only thing that was even mildly
entertaining about the thread was getting a good laugh. The funniest thing was when his defenders would stomp their feet and squeal any time someone
dared to question the story.
First of all, he did a very poor job of expressing himself and explaining himself. He continually gave incomplete, vague answers, or chose to ignore
them altogether. When he got caught, he'd excuse himself for picking the wrong words or not explaining himself correctly. And this from a guy who
debriefs people on the nation's most highly protected secrets? ROFL Hilarious!
His defenders wanted to dismiss the fact that he didn't know the difference between atheist and agnostic, but it's so much more than that. He
doesn't even know the meaning of EITHER word. He got very defensive when accused of not knowing if there's a God, but that's the very definition of
To be kind, the guy's just not very bright, at least not bright enough to pull this off. Sure, someone could make a mistake about atheist or
agnostic, and maybe even not know what either word means, but the real knee-slapper was when he claimed to KNOW from what he saw at GL that ALL
religions WERE fabricated. Now THAT is some heavy-duty knowledge. What was he shown at GL that PROVED that ALL religions were FABRICATED to begin
with? Well, when pressed, he backed down from his previous statement to say he THINKS that people in power use religions to manipulate others. Well,
DUH! EVERYBODY in the world knows that! Even people who have deep religious beliefs! That's not even in the same universe as saying "I KNOW ALL
religions WERE FABRICATED!" Again, maybe Joe Schmoe that never thought about or pondered religious matters might not know exactly what an atheist or
agnostic is, but for someone who claimed to have this intimate religious information not know!? Give me a break!
Of course, his defenders ignored that giant contradiction.
And when asked again for a specific example of what he had seen, heard, learned, or experienced at GL to provide him with his knowledge of religion,
he could not come up with a single thing. Nada. Zip. Zilch.
Again, his defenders ignored this.
Now, get this. He works in security and debriefs people. Ok. Then he claims he was involved in the "planning" of a future staged terrorist attack on
the US, thousands of US citizens, and the GOP or Democratic Presidential candidate. Riiiiiight. The "powers that be" put this genius security drone
on the "planning" committee for the most nefarious governmental plot in the history of the US. Uh huh.
Again, his defenders somehow dismissed this.
If this were a movie, we'd all be cringing and rolling our eyes at this point, if not laughing out loud at the absurdity.
But, wait...it gets better. He starts to feel guilty about being part of this dastardly plot. He'd love to save the world, but he sure doesn't want
to lose the "bs American dream" as someone put it. But if the plot is carried through, what kind of "American dream" will he have left...you know,
with Marshall Law and all. I guess we're just supposed to ignore that inconvenient fact and contradiction as well.
Anyway, he starts feeling sooooo bad about it, that he decides to take action. And the best idea he can come up with is...to post anonymously on a
forum that is known for its many hoaxes and wild stories. Oh, and he provides absolutely NOTHING in the way of any proof whatsoever to back up his
story about who he is or what is being planned. Uh huh.
He was asked repeatedly that if he can post anonymously on this forum, why can't he alert the media and government en masse ANONYMOUSLY?
He never answered the question.