posted on Apr, 9 2009 @ 05:20 PM
What would I personally do if I came into possession of footage that I felt was exclusive, and definitely showed something that was difficult to pass
What would I do if some former government official approached me saying that I personally was meant to see this footage and put it out?
I'd probably freak out for awhile and sit on the footage. Maybe try to forget about it for awhile, revisit it to see what I really think. Show some
friends, close family members who don't believe in the alien stuff and get their opinions.
If I were a member of ATS, I'd decide whether or not to post the video to my peers, that simple. A contribution of that scale would be invaluable to
the ATS community and others abroad.
I wouldn't announce on ATS or ANY forum for that matter that I have something that I am about to release to everyone, so GET READY!
I would choose not to "intro" the video like you have not because I was afraid of someone coming after me, but because it's just not the polite
thing to do, especially within these forums.
When I think of someone who did something like you have done here thus far, I think of someone who has no proof; my personal intuition tells me that
what you have up your sleeve is an elaborate excuse that will explain why you are suddenly unable to produce the video. Possibly you will
'disappear', by your own volition, or by the men in black. It's not difficult to do from underneath your anonymous moniker.
Either way, you could've saved us the distress and disdain that we will feel when that happens by simply including the video in your first post.
Can't you see what you're doing to people here on ATS? It's just not nice.
I would not do what you have done. I would decide to:
A) Post the video and let user comments shape the discussion, whatever that might mean. If I had something truly unique that no one else has stumbled
upon, my thread would be dozens of pages long in the time it has taken for the OP's to reach five pages.
B) Not post the video at all and keep it secret. This, however, would most likely NOT be the route I'd take if I were terminally ill.