posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 11:23 AM
I gave up trying to read this whole thread as it is littered with posts by people who are no so much sharing their opinion on the subject, as
complaining about their own inability to not click on things that they don't want to read. Or maybe their own inability to let other people think for
themselves? It's the biggest unsolved mystery to me why people like that spend their time on ATS of all places.
That being said, I am extremely happy to find the date has been pinpointed. I didn't think it should be that hard to figure out the date anyway. If
there is a way to verify what television time has been booked in some countries, I would love to make sure that part is true. Does anyone know a way
we can check that ourselves?
I am disturbed to hear Wilcock talk about a plan to depopulate before November 27th! Having been following his blog, interviews, and other materials
for the past few years, I've found him to be almost painfully positive and upbeat about everything. To hear him say something like that, sandwiched
in between what could be good news, is just scary. I mean, anytime some doomsayer starts up, he is usually the first one to argue with the person. In
a Project Camelot radio interview he once said that Dr Deagle had a "pornographic fascination with death and destruction." Too bad David couldn't
be more specific about what he's heard regarding the depopulation attempt.
Some of you who have posted up-thread need to keep in mind that David has only heard about these things from his sources. They might all be part of a
plan to make him look like a fool. He isn't saying it will happen for sure. He said in the C to C interview that he wouldn't stake his reputation on
Also, the television disclosure makes a certain amount of sense. The two hour event would only be the first step. People will need time to get used to
the idea. I think that human-looking aliens will be much less scary to most people than if they were weird-looking. I'm having a hard time imagining
how some people I know are going to react. I expect some of them to not believe it.
And someone else had a good point when they asked how are we supposed to believe that someone is an alien if they look human. I asked that question to
someone myself once, and he didn't have an answer for that, only that a person never knows for sure if who they are talking to is really a human or
not. But ultimately it is up to each individual to make up their own mind, or keep an open one. Not just in this situation, but in life.
I'm extremely interested in the alternate history aspect of this scenario. I've heard that it will make a lot of people angry. But I want the truth.
I think I can handle it.