Originally posted by contemplator
What do you guys reckon would happen if a million of us showed up at Area51's door step and demanded disclosure -or we would storm the base? Would
they use deadly force against all of us? This is all just hypothetical, I am not trying to organize a rally. Could a scenario like this force the
government to disclose?
I'm coming in late to this whole question - but I'll just deposit my thoughts on this.
The response to your rally outside of the Groom Lake Facility (AKA: "Area 51") would be rather similar to if you rallied outside of any other
military installation. I used to run by the same signs that are posted outside Area 51 when I was down at Pensacola for my avionics training every
morning for PT. Contrary to what many enthusiasts like to speculate about - the signs are rather generic and in no way allude to anything 'special'
being at Groom Lake.
Likely, elements of the National Guard and Reserve would be brought in to help secure the perimeter. The idea would be that a bunch of civilians -
while very motivated in their beliefs - would not be so inclined to charge against a bunch of armed soldiers.
It would take time for you to organize any such rally - information through the internet would alert them to the plot - and it would be very hard to
miss a population boom of a million people in that area of Nevada. You would have to wait around to get that many people together - and you would
probably have to have twenty-thirty million people sign-up to actually get a one-million strong turnout. They would have plenty of warning to call up
an auxiliary security force. They would probably even have time to send a number of reservists through some form of standardized remedial training
that is usually done before they deploy to a combat zone.
That said - when dealing with crowds of civilians; non-lethal measures would be employed.
Even if you had a million people who were able to charge through flurries of non-lethal ordnance and some of those cool non-lethal microwave emitters,
and managed to get onto the compound - anything that was really "cool" would have been moved from the base, sealed up tighter than a gnat's anus,
Even if it was still on the compound, you would have to pass through assuredly lethal points of entry that are likely autonomous in nature.
If you had enough people who knew what they were doing and could disable those defenses - whether or not it could be done before a counter-response
was launched would be questionable. It's unlikely they would nuke the area - but if all of the malevolent alien bandwagon are correct - you may have
to deal with death-rays from flying saucers hell-bent on keeping their slaves in the dark. So there's that whole dimension of unknowns to be
In the end - I doubt you'll find enough people who are disciplined enough and dedicated enough to actually charge a facility prepared to repel
borders (lethally or non-lethally).
Of course - if you're willing to employ munitions of your own - the scenario changes. Those non-lethal munitions that are flying your way will
quickly be replaced by the lethal variety if you start dropping sentries with your hunting rifles.
Honestly - you would not find enough people that would consider it worth the effort. I would rather work my way into 'the know' and tell people
what I could rather than try to disrupt everything because I'm not in the loop.
Would kind of suck to destroy the MIB .quarters when they are trying to keep a zarconian death-ray from frying our planet as part of a
scorched-earth policy they have against their enemy (which happens to have landed here). You get where I'm going?
We simply DON'T know enough to take any disruptive action. Doing so could do far more damage than we could have ever imagined.
Sit back, relax - take some videos of UFOs, and take the taboo out of them. That will be the biggest contribution to finding out the truth that
anyone can do. Make the concept of UFO research akin to researching birds, clouds, storms/lighting, etc.
Until more of the UFO community gets with that program - it is the source of its own disinformation and taboo. It's too easy to dismiss legitimate
evidence and/or observations due to the frivolous nature of many others in the community.
If you want to learn the truth, you have to approach the concept with the mindset of one who is willing to be taught by some governing force (be it
the mechanics/outcomes of your actions, or some other person). You can't do that when you're out to prove something. Let your observations and
evidence of/from those observations do the proving - all you need to do is never stop asking questions or making observations.