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The Mock Invasion.

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posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 01:52 AM
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I remember when I first stumbled upon Above Top Secret, It was like stumbling onto a book or collaboration of minds that never had a last chapter or an ending. It was great knowing there were MANY other individuals of every age, race and nationality with the same voracious appetite for knowledge as myself.

One of the first threads that held my attention was one talking about Von Braun's predictions or insights as to the coming "artificial threats" we would face in the future.

1. Russians / Communists
2. Terrorists
3. Third-world country "Crazies" / Axis of Evil / Nations of Concern
4. Asteroids
5. Aliens / Mock Invasion


The first 3 I do not want to get into too, simply because they really have already happened. The Cold War takes care of 1. 9/11 really takes care of both 2. and 3.

Even when Von Braun mentioned 4. he chuckled, honestly I think he realized once TPTB had advanced enough after the first 3, blaming an asteroid for destroying a town or city could be easy to pull off. It was easy to drop two building now wasn't it... but I digress.

The 5th point is wherein my question to you lies.

Given that we have no idea or credible information about the type and advanced nature of secret aircraft and technologies.. How easily could TPTB fool the world of an alien contact/Invasion?

The capabilities of Vaporizing a city target from an aerial platform are there. You would really only have to do it to one maybe two cities to get the full effect.

Scenario X would then take place and viola, we are at war with "home-grown intergalactic enemies" from planet Omahgawd.

Look at it this way, most people say that they would only believe in the presence of aliens if they landed on the White House lawn.. ok.

If you were to land an "man-made saucer" that was never seen or known to the public on the White House lawn, and two *insert whatever here* walked out, that would convince a ton of people.

Then you say, yes but they would be looked over by doctors and scientists and completely scrutinized.. that is true, but by who? Not by your local doctor, or by you or me. They would be examined by 'specialists' that are being paid TPTB anyway. So you are still going to get the data that they want you to get.

Tie all this together with the "net" going down as a pretty little bow on top.... mass hysteria would ensue. In would have to come martial law, you know just to get everyone calmed down.

So again I ask, how feasible could a plan not exactly like this, but under the same principles be pulled off against not just the American people, but the world?









[edit on 11-6-2009 by TwiTcHomatic]




posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 04:32 AM
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I think your spot on with logic but maybe not reasons for it.

Its going to happen shortly and everyone will fall for it if it does.

Would it be easy to pull it off, I think it would be.

Can I prove any of it? Nope.

Can anyone, nope.

[edit on 11-6-2009 by XXXN3O]



posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 04:42 AM
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Didn't Orson Welles do this already in 1938?

Seriously, what would be the point? TPTB profit from the status quo, not upsetting the apple cart.



posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 01:49 PM
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A radio event does not compare to an actual witnessed event.

I thought TPTB wanted the world population reduced.. seems like a clandestine way to do it to me, all under the name of "aliens".



posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 10:37 PM
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Well who doesn't want the world population reduced (except the Roman Catholic Church)?

How would an "alien" invasion accomplish that? Make war on the world? War is an indiscrimate and messy way to accomplish a population reduction. TPTB would want to make sure that skilled and productive people weren't reduced. It would affect profits negatively.



posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 10:48 PM
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Granted I see what you are saying.... but you still have not answered the question I posed.

Forgetting the world de-population part. Do you think the majority of the populace could be deceived with a mock "alien encounter"?

Not just necessarily a destructive one.



posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 11:08 PM
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Possible scenario, two words.... Project Bluebeam



Also research the HARRP project.




[edit on 6/11/2009 by jkrog08]



posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 11:21 PM
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Originally posted by TwiTcHomatic
reply to post by War Otter
 


Granted I see what you are saying.... but you still have not answered the question I posed.

Forgetting the world de-population part. Do you think the majority of the populace could be deceived with a mock "alien encounter"?

Not just necessarily a destructive one.


I think the Orson Welles comment answers the question, but to elaborate, Yes.

The media is neatly collected into easy to control and maintain economy-sized bundles. If the PTB as a collective whole used the media to feed invasion pap to the masses, who's gonna argue with Peter Jennings?



posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 12:36 PM
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What would be the point, we'd be doomed anyway with their tech.




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