posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 04:09 PM
reply to post by ufo reality
Just some advice you can take or leave:
If you have any sort of meeting whatsoever, be prepared to acknowledge every aspect of that meeting, as this is not about a witness case, or a stance
of protecting an individual. Don't ever say "some other stuff I'll keep private". If you don't want to talk about one or another statement,
don't bring it up.
Otherwise you end up in the "Greer" basket. Thats not where you want to be, unless you wish to become a blight upon the face of UFOlogy.
The idea of threats of "outing" someone for checking your validity of the meeting I see as really bad form. For you to threaten someone with public
ridicule for wanting to verify independently your statements about an alleged meeting...is real bad. Thats what UFO research is about...checking
You'll gain and lose contacts over the years many times (I've lost countless ones in 21 years, and still pick up new ones all the time). Make the
parties at the meeting aware that this information and all it's contents will be made public. That way, they don't say anything they don't want
told. You might not get the info you want, but what good is it to begin with when you cannot release it with a name: again, we're talking about
"Greer-ism". It's much different then a case witness situation.
However doubtful I find this whole meeting, I was not there and cannot say anything for sure except for: this is the military you're talking to, and
in the end, would you really take anything away from that meeting of value? These are people who have aggressively defended the "cover up" people
propose...anything you'd be told is likely disinformation.
[edit on 24-6-2008 by jritzmann]