posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 04:57 PM
I just read through the post that has been appropriately stamped [HOAX]. I find it quite hilarious that these people with unimaginable information can
sneak out of their Human-ET collaborating facilities unnoticed. Then, when they reach a computer and decide to tell all of us lovely ATS members about
their journey and the secret operations they are involved in they are not allowed or willing to divulge these secrets.
I'm having trouble understanding then, why these "in-the-know" people (let's call them people for now) would bother going through the trouble of
risking their lives just to post a thread on a message board without telling these secrets. It would seem their escape from the secret facility they
were employed at was only to tell us they worked there and that they are or have been involved in fascinating things. Though, not fascinating enough
to tell us what these astounding events are.
However, it doesn't stop there. They would like to remain anonymous and would rather not say where their from or what country they live in because
they don't want to be found out for telling us the secrets that they never told. Completely understandable. I always thought that IP addresses were
traceable, no? Not by me, but by the ultra superlative top secret facility that they escaped from. I would also assume that this facility forgot about
security, purposefully let this "person" escape, or would capture them long before they reached a computer, and if they failed to find this person
before they reached a computer then they would have no problems tracking where the person is at. Having in mind that the escapees main objective is to
share their secrets that they can't seem to actually share. Selfishness?
I'm a skeptical believer, but enough is enough. It's easy enough to buy into silly scams just on simple faith and will. Nobody needs their eagerness
exploited. It's one thing to believe a lie you tell for one reason or another, it's another to purposefully attempt to trick people in a sinister
In a short summation, vagueness is your first clue of a fabrication. If they don't offer anything specific (names, places, times etc.) then let your
instincts and truth prevail and do not let yourself be dazzled by schemers and thieves.
I'm sure things of this nature have been said. I did not search to see if I was being redundant. Please excuse and delete this post if it is found to
Thank you everyone!