reply to post by projektruth
Yes, that's true...death threats, especially if you take them seriously, have a habit of concentrating the mind, and tightening the lips. As, if the
threats are made in sincerity, in all likelihood they would be acted upon.
The people 'in the know' are acutely aware of this. As most people value the lives and safety of their families and themselves, MOST people will
never talk, as the threat applies to children, grandchildren, and so on.
Would YOU talk if it meant potentially everyone in your family meeting a nasty car crash, air crash, a nasty house fire, a gas leak, radon gas seeping
into your house, polonium in your water supply etc etc for what?! To satisfy people of their curiosity? To inform people who probably are going to
think you're a nutcase, out to sell a book, or have a grudge?
I certainly would not. If it were just me, on my own..that may be different, but we all have family one way or another.
Plus, there are probably a surprisingly small amount of people who know the truth of all of this anyway. Most technicians will see the screens, data,
and nothing else. If the screens and data are saying there is nothing there but dust, that is what the majority will see.
It's the oldest term in the security services vocabulary...NEED TO KNOW.
If you don't absolutely NEED to know, you won't know. We're not talking about thousands of people involved in a cover up here, only those needed to
pull it off. Of those involved, literally only a handful have the full picture, the rest are compartmentalized, and only are involved in a single
area, that has no connection to the rest of the 'puzzle'.
Far from NOT being able to keep a secret such as this for so long, i'm frankly surprised as much has come out over the years as it is!
Before anyone disputes these facts about secrecy..ask yourself: How would you organise keeping this from the general public, if you were in charge of
Then ask yourself, how would you organise it, with Billions of $ at your disposal. Still think it's bunk?