posted on Sep, 11 2008 @ 05:59 PM
reply to post by jpvskyfreak
Well, like I said before, I guess ATS can have it's E! moment, nothing wrong with that...
However, there is always a danger that celebrities, just because they have that elusive charismatic influence, can be used to push dubious agendas.
Scientology was made this way. The same could, in hypothesis, be done with R. Williams and the Gilliland ranch...
I'll admit it didn't
seem this way to me at first glance, I'm just pointing out that celebrity is dangerous, because it's a bit like
dazzling deers with headlamps... they never know what hit them.
Again, just to be clear, I am not stating this is the case, if anything it seemed just R. Williams chilling and not really giving a hell what they
think of him, I just talked about a principle which of course will have many exceptions.
I am still waiting to see if ATS will put up more material to be honest, and then I may throw up a final opinion post, as I've followed the Gilliland
thing for a while and it touches a lot of themes in a cross referenced way which I am interested in and have a tiny bit of personal experience.