posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 07:31 AM
reply to post by bskivss3
I had also been wondering about a fairly same scenario, not so much aliens, but actual government agents providing disinformation.
Don't go confusing argument and discussion with so-called deliberate disinformation. We’re all here to communicate our individual ideas and
Then again, if you do happen to read of anything that is obviously the product of specific assignment protocol designed to realign pre-established
data and facilitate contrary positional opinions, maybe you should take notice.
Even worse, if they continually insist on the realignment of accepted thematic content toward allowable perceptions of non-Terran issues as defined by
Standard Procedures, then perhaps you’re on to something.
And if you get the hint that threads have been attacked by operatives who are applying methodological misinformation procedure because information, in
any format, has been identified contained in subject-specific “threads” that are contrary to Standard, then perhaps you should walk away. Of
course if this does happen, you'll probably see structured Organizational Disinformation procedures applied as authorized by the appropriate Military
Department, Office of the Secretary of Defence, Organizations of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Defense Agencies of the Department of Defense
(collectively known as DoD Components) that are to prepare and supply data specific to redirection and deflection of discussion.
Then again, perhaps I've said too much. Get my drift?