reply to post by MarrsAttax
Any one who initiates contact may be doing so because they have an ulterior motive regardless of their fine words.
This has been my point exactly. The Alex Colliers, the Blossom Goodchild's...these people, if not completely and utterly full of condensed owl
manure, are the most dim-witted noodle-noggins I have encountered.
So dig this...these aliens with intergalactic pimpmobiles show up and abduct them. They bring them up to their ships that appear very much like the
Star Trek ship in the Next Generation with the Holodeck and everything...ahem...they beam up this Alex dude and/or channel Blossom and tell them all
this recycled peace, love, and global harmony stuff that we haven't been able to accomplish in a hundred thousand years without any real eloquence
and with the sort of "1000 words to say what could take anyone else 20" approach which loses most people who might read this stuff (unlike Jesus and
the Buddha who learned they had to teach their homies with parables and analogies because you lose people otherwise)...anyway they roll up with a lot
and nothing else.
those words turn out to be in many cases a wad of untruths--none of the predictions turned out, the Andromedans didn't chase the evil ETs
out in 2003, the Ashtar's didn't show up with their spaceship...and still these people keep on believing them like abused spouses and girlfriends
believe their no-good cheating manses.
I mean, generally speaking, friends tell you the truth. People who are out to save your life don't set you up to look like liars, kooks, and
If these space aliens that are contacting folks exist...either they are total stoners and are giggling their pants off at how stupid we are, or they
are evil pretending to be good.
I've noticed that humans are eyesight creatures. If it looks good, it must be good. Our biggest problem in history is that we are all talk and no
action so it is not surprising that people are clinging to these aliens who do the same.
Jesus (if you believe he existed), Gandhi, Dr King, Malcom X all talked the talk, walked it, and died for it.
When these Galactic dudes show up and actually start helping to fix the planet, I'll concede they aren't full of doodoo. Until then...*makes
BTW, don't give me the "they want us to do it ourselves" business. I work relief and I could say the same to countries affected by drought,
disease, and civil war; that they fix it themselves...but that would be mean, wouldn't it?
If you have the means it is your duty to help.
[edit on 30-11-2008 by Rintendo]