posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 12:31 PM
The way I see it there are a few possibilities here, either:
These guys are all very much in on whatever cover-up exists and agreed to meet with you to evaluate whether you had any real evidence that
could compromise the situation. But if that's the case why would they need 10 men? They could've easily set you up with Butler alone while the other
9 watched from "behind the glass". I'm sure you would've been much more comfortable and willing to disclose more information in that setting.
You are close to some element of the truth (perhaps because of your contact with Ricky) and they are purposely f---ing with you to lead you
down the wrong path and/or make you nuts in the long run (a la Paul Bennewitz). This scenario makes much more sense to me than the first. It explains
why all the elaborate fuss with the 10 men and the Lockheed-Martin representative. It explains why they made comments about the MJ-12 documents -
almost like they were tantalizing you to believe that stuff - like "have you written any books?" (*cough*...maybe you should...*cough* wink,
wink)...MJ-12, look into that (and become another paranoid drone/unaware disinfo agent).
These men are NOT part of the cover-up, but they themselves believe in it and are very interested. That would certainly explain comments
perhaps the U.S. Military doesn't know what UFOs are, or there is an organized cover-up.
That scenario would certainly fall in line with the theory that there is a growing dissension within the US military about the UFO phenomenon.
I don't even wanna say this one because I don't want all the wishful thinking goofballs jumping all over it - but perhaps this is part of
the new policy put together in that alleged secret UN UFO meeting from last February. I remember reading that the "policy" was they were going to
stop denying stuff and start quietly encouraging people to investigate and open up to the phenomenon. So maybe you just became a pawn in that game,
Anyway, whichever one it was - I would always keep "B)" in my back pocket just in case (and to hopefully keep you a bit grounded). But the one thing
I take away from all of this is that no matter what the scenario
- this certainly does contradict the "official" US military stance that
since Blue Book they don't investigate UFO's.
So very nice work!! :up