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Project Camelot Interview Dr Steven Greer

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posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 06:47 AM
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Latest interview from PC - looks like it could be pretty good.

Barcelona July 26th 2009

projectcamelot.org...




(edit -It should have been a good interview but unfortunately Kerry's ego from PC seemed to try and take over)



[edit on 7/8/2009 by davidifty]

[edit on 7/8/2009 by davidifty]




posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 06:54 AM
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reply to post by davidifty
 

Thanks for posting the video.

I'll watch it over the weekend.

I'll bet you'll get some interesting comments on this thread.





posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 08:30 AM
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It's almost as though Greer has gone viral on the board lately.


IRM



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 08:34 AM
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Too much conflict between Steven and Kerry.....I think it mainly comes from Kerry to be honest....little disappointing.

Whats the point in trying to get one over each other....



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 09:25 AM
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I made it to the 31 minute mark.. after that i simply could not take it anymore.. the voice of the crazy-lady was starting to burn holes through my soul!! 10 months of food and 3 years of oxygen left.. WTF?! Greer has had a habit of exaggerating some of his stuff, but these 2012-flying-bat#-of-doom camelot cultist's have really taken spouting BS to a new level.



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 09:35 AM
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kerry makes it clear in alater video that she disagrees with SG on many things....she basically calls him a liar..



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 10:05 AM
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That woman needs to learn how to shut up!
It's an interview, not an argument



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 11:08 AM
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In all honesty, I wished that MSM would throw hard questions and difficult situations around. Though the two of them are arguing for most of the video, it does seem significantly more genuine than what many would consider "conventional" journalism. I'm only half way through the video and am enjoying it very much.

Watching two different perspectives on the same subject clash like that certainly helps to reveal some of its genuine nature. Though it is particularily challenging to prove your point in a debate that requires evidence, the argument itself is boiling down to philosophy/theory. I am actually pleased that Greer had agreed to the interview and is conducting himself well during it.

The challenge placed upon him really put to light who he is.



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 11:24 AM
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I agree......after watching it all...there doesnt seem to be a clear message or common agreement. Disappointing as other PC interviews are well worth watching.

projectcamelot.org...

Richard Hoagland Interview:



John Lear:



Jim Marrs:



[edit on 7/8/2009 by davidifty]


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posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 11:30 AM
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an open letter to Project Camelot

Bill and Kerry,

while I thank you for the work that you do. As I listen to your most recent interview with Steven Greer, I find myself annoyed and distraught by your interview techniques. If you would like to debate a researcher please present your interview as a debate and promote it as such. Your technique to badger and argue with Dr. Greer is to say the least, disrespectful, both to your interviewee and to your audience.

Like many, I am searching for answers. These answers will come from many sources, as the the only thing that I know for certain is that noone has the whole picture, not you, not Dr. Greer, not your whistleblowers. Your desire to engage Dr. Greer in argument over your dichotomous positions only proves to me that you are engaged as much with your own egos as with your subject matter. This was not an informative interview or a scholarly debate, it was a classroom argument in which you posited your opinion and argued its efficacy throughout.

You argue that Dr. Greer makes definitive statements. You argue this point by making definitive statements. To be perfectly honest, your discussion with Dr. Greer illustrated to me that of the people in the room, Dr. Greer was the only one providing clear and consistent arguments.

If discernment is an essential element to humanity's growth, your interview with Dr. Greer debases that. If you wish for people to develop discernment, please begin by opening the door to information rather than to mud the waters and engage in schoolyard antics.

two things are certain. Dr. Greer does not have all the answers and project Camelot does not have all the answers.

In the future, I will be reading transcripts only of your interviews. You provide individuals who have a great deal of information, however, I do not trust the personal filter with which you put that information out anymore than I trust the personal filter that Dr. Greer employs.

Show your audience an iota of respect by presenting information to them, making counterpoints if you feel it necessary to engage the audience in internal debate, and allow the individual to engage in discernment.

By presenting yourself in an argumentative fashion you have alienated me. I think that your egos are out of control.


*mods* if you feel that this warrants it's own thread title. I agree and would appreciate if that can be made so.*



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 11:48 AM
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I believe everything Mr Greer says. He's an alien Trojan Horse sent to infiltrate the UFO subject. Look at this face and tell me it's 100% terrestrial




.........................................................OMFG!!



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 12:04 PM
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That woman has ruined every interview I've seen in which she's participated.

Watched the long David Icke interview recently -- or at least was enjoying listening to Icke, until that woman interrupted the flow and continued interrupting. She caused Icke to lose his train of thought and she interrupted mine. I was cringing and had to turn it off. Does she believe we listen in order to hear her -- or the interview subject ? If she's reading, I hope she understands that it's Icke I wanted to listen to, not her.

As for Bill, he sits there gazing at her in rapt adoration, feigned or otherwise, and he even seems to get testy when an interview subject starts to get tired of that blah-woman's droning -- at which point, Bill springs to life in defence of the very ordinary, very boring Kerry.

Camelot, the only reason we watch your productions is in order to hear people like Icke, Von Daniken, Greer, etc. We do not watch in order to hear you pair. Sorry, but that's the way it is. So from now on, please shut up and let the subject speak without interruption from you, ok ? Thanks



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 12:41 PM
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Originally posted by St Vaast
Camelot, the only reason we watch your productions is in order to hear people like Icke, Von Daniken, Greer, etc. We do not watch in order to hear you pair. Sorry, but that's the way it is. So from now on, please shut up and let the subject speak without interruption from you, ok ? Thanks


Umm, actually one reason I watch Kerry's interviews is because she is who she is. And the knowledge she brings to those interviews usually provides for some exciting and engaging questions most people in the MSM would be clueless to ask. So please speak for yourself.

I get the sense that Greer knows way more than he can "responsibly" share, knowing that most people are not going to have the discernment and complexity necessary to decipher what he is saying in the proper context.

Considering the vast knowledge present in that room between them, I am not surprised it got a little heated at times- and really it was over trite issues. If you are going to disregard the rest of what was said in that whole interview over the minor disagreements, you are doing yourself a disservice.

But in the last couple of minutes, the greater consensus prevailed. Greer's good intents of responsibly handling the information he knows and pursuing that for the benefit of humanity became evident.

One thing right away I appreciated from this interview was the clarification of his priorities:

1) CSETI
2) Disclosure Project
3) ZP Energy

Although I have to ask why then does his Disclosure Project site seem to be in limbo if these are his priorities, in that order?



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 02:22 PM
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I agree with you to an extent, however, it must be said that if they had stopped arguing about the trite issues for just a moment, they likely would have gotten into the meat of the discussion a little bit and possibly even made some insights.

I'm not a fan of Kerry's argumentative attitude, I don't like it when she talks over her interviewer to make her point. Considering that she has a forum all of her own to make herself heard at anytime she chooses, it strikes me as sheer ego to force her voice over another's when there is a brief window of opportunity to interview someone who, regardless of which philosophy you follow, has a great deal of knowledge and has a great deal to contribute.

This is not to say however, that she is without knowledge. But, do you think that Steven Greer will ever subject himself to another interview with Project Camelot? I don't.

Part of me that thinks that PC has stumbled over, many truths in their interviews, on the other hand, I also think that much of what is presented in their interviews is/are ravings of delusional individuals. it concerns me that they seem to believe everything that they present as fact no matter how outlandish it might be.

Now don't get me wrong here. I believe that the world and the universe is a much stranger place than we've been led to believe, and I think that humanity has been systematically lied to for at least as little as 60 years and as possibly as great or longer than 6000 years. But that does not mean that absolutely every miniscule piece of rhetoric that a Henry Deacon or Dan Burisch espouse is--the--truth.

It is very very possible that much of the "whistleblower testimony" that project Camelot relies so heavily on is fed to them to make them look ridiculous to the rest of the world. Enough truth to make the serious minded researchers take notice, but enough of if false to make the general public turn away from them.

I tend to agree with Steven Greer that it is one thing to speculate in private about the possible motivations of ET, but it is yet another thing to speculate wildly and widely.

I for one look at the whole spectrum with as much guarded optimism as I can.

Apologies to TrueAmerican, I did not intend to jump ON your post like this, it just seemed like a good jumping off point for me.

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posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 03:11 PM
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I have never heard or seen Dr. Greer before and had no idea what his philosophy and work entails. I am pleasantly surprised by him, his knowledge, philosophy, as well as his peaceful approach.
Unfortunately, he is the only educated, well spoken person visible during this interview.

These Camelot people aggressively try to push their own opinion and agenda into this interview. It appears as they try to force their view upon Greer as well as their audience.

Very low class.

[edit on 7-8-2009 by thegreatobserver]



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 03:12 PM
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I agree with much of what has been said above.

1. PC tends to believe EVERYTHING that is told to them.

2. PC's ego is starting to ruin interviews to the point where I recently am making it about halfway through the recent ones and have found myself getting bored and turning them off before I finish.

3. Its obvious that PC does little cross checking of their data. Case in point. They interview a guy named 'Pete Peterson'. Then post on their website that he works at Los Alamos Labs. They then post a link to the wrong Pete Peterson's bio at Los Alamos! The Pete Peterson they interviewed doesn't work at Los Alamos. How could they make this mistake after conducting a lenghy interview with the man? Tells me that you don't even need to try to fool them with dis-information. They can fool theirselves.

4. I believe PC was doing a good job in the past and presenting a wealth of good information... Even if only 10% of it is true and 90% disinfo. But as stated above... They are here to interview and listen to different points of view and let the audience's BS detectors determine whats good info and whats not. If they conduct another interview like they did Greer's (who has been in this game much longer than they have) and use the inteview to preach their own absurd points of view, I won't watch anymore of them.
It's ashame, but I'll give them another chance to straighten theirselves out.

5. Sometimes both of their voices really get on my nerves.


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posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 03:19 PM
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InsideNSA quote:

They are here to interview and listen to different points of view and let the audience's BS detectors determine whats good info and whats not.



Yes ... ' let the audience's BS detertors determine what's good info and what's not '


Well said



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 03:20 PM
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interesting this.

I don't recall seeing this "special note" attached to the video prior to listening to it, however, I don't recall not seeing it either.


Project camelot


Special note: This is not a conventional interview, but a contentious frank exchange of views. It is a debate on a very important subject. For those of you who prefer to hear more from Greer where he is uncontested we encourage you to visit his website or watch other interviews on Youtube. Our approach in this interview is purposeful and we do not apologize for insisting on sharing equal ground with Greer to discuss this important subject. --Kerry Enjoy...


I don't let this detract from any of the statements that I've posted on this thread or emailed directly to Project Camelot, however, in all fairness I think it reasonable to allow them equal time.



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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Originally posted by Flying Flyn

I made it to the 31 minute mark.. after that i simply could not take it anymore.. the voice of the crazy-lady was starting to burn holes through my soul!! 10 months of food and 3 years of oxygen left.. WTF?! Greer has had a habit of exaggerating some of his stuff, but these 2012-flying-bat#-of-doom camelot cultist's have really taken spouting BS to a new level.


LOL I just don't like that woman, Kerry is it? Even in the John Lear interviews, you can hear the condescending tone and attitude towards JL several times. Always in scenarios where he disagrees with a conspiracy theory that Project Camelot "pushes", or discredits the perpetrator of those "wacky" theories.

Just my 2-cents



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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Originally posted by Jubjub
That woman needs to learn how to shut up!
It's an interview, not an argument



I completely agree.

Kerry should listen and not say a word or at least just ask short questions.

She has always been very irritating, she is the main reason I stopped going to Project Camelot's site.



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