posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 11:31 AM
I have heard people on the street mention some famous person in politics, and use a phrase like,"If it really was him", he did such and such. Or
died. It seems to be a sort of urban myth that a lot of rich people, politicians especially, have doubles to protect them. Could this be true?
Now we've all noticed certain "changes" in politicians, and I'm sure almost all of these could be due to their stress levels, aging, lighting
conditions, and such. Still, if I can think of all these ways to excuse changes in a politician's looks and actions, then surely other people could.
People that might want to use such explanations to control certain factions of government.
Yes, it would appear be hard to maintain such a cover up with friends and family. But once you go beyond the level of a wife or husband, few people
would be able to readily tell if the double were good enough. That's one of the results of family members being so defused in this day and age. The
everyday closeness is gone. (Think of all the changes having a child away at college results in.)
Historically, we know that many famous leaders have used doubles. Hitler and Sedam Husain being just a couple of the more recent. But is there
anything reliable showing that other recent and current leading political people could be doing this?
And if so, which ones, and what's your evidence?