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Project Camelot - An Army Experiment of Social Sciences?

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posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 01:32 AM
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Sorry if this has been already posted - I did some searches on the site and did not find any clear references.

I have a friend who brought it into my knowledge; and now seeing that this 'project' is somewhat referred here on the ATS, I thought it might be good pointing out the possibility that Project Camelot still might be a project of Social Sciences.

Originally it was iniated by United States army as mentioned in Wikipedia (as probably many of you already know):

Project Camelot was a social science research project of the United States Army in 1964.[1] The goal of the project was to assess the causes of violent social rebellion and to identify the actions a government could take to prevent its own overthrow.

Wikipedia

While I didn't find any direct references to army from Project Camelot's website, I have a suspicion that it may still serve same kind of purposes that the 'original' project, which now may have gone civilian.

I have this feeling because of all the 'new age' stuff they are preaching. They may be sincere, but somehow I doubt it. Is their goal perhaps to evaluate the beliefs in modern society? First of all, why are they doing this? Their given reason is:

to provide a vehicle for researchers and whistleblowers to get their stories out.

Project Camelot

Well, so far I haven't seen any credible story they have brought into daylight. If I want whistleblowers, I use WikiLeaks.

Please remind, that this is merely my opinion. I voiced it in order to have conversation about this matter, not to discredit Project Camelot or it's supporters in any way. They'll have change to defend themselves, before any judgements.

-v




posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 02:17 AM
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S+F ,

i´ve been pondering the same scenario for to me what they project on PC is not what they tell , or to me it seams that way ,

could very well be that PC are whistle blowers and show the charlatans for what they really are , i mean they talk and talk about non disclousur yet at the same time they want money from it, to me that is a no no if we really want to better this world.

yet one cant but notice that more then half of what they speak about in the videos are military project gone wild.

but i just find it so absurd that they speak about being true and being one with"nature and god" yet the wallet issue dosent seam to bother the lectures one bit.

my 2 cents



posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 02:58 AM
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and here I am listening to David Wilcock's coast to coast interview from last night!

I wouldn't be surprised if ATS were a similar government experiment, handed off to civilians. I've often thought that but i still enjoy the heck out of this site!

today i have been reading up on the connections between Nazi Germany and NASA, and as many readers here know, they are directly related.

and here we are, bombing the moon tomorrow. missiles built by slave labor, to be sure.



posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 04:04 AM
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Originally posted by zerbot565
could very well be that PC are whistle blowers and show the charlatans for what they really are , i mean they talk and talk about non disclousur yet at the same time they want money from it [...]


Yea, either wanting money from information or giving it away for free, has been troublesome issue for me. Wanting money raises the question of "cashing" about interesting information. Yet giving it for free sometimes gives me a notion of "propaganda". I guess I am merely suspicious in either case. Usually the quality of information is the revealing give away in most of the cases...

I guess in case of project cumalot - as in many other cases - they skillfully employ the fact and fiction, but then it can be hardly described as a truth, but rather as enjoyable entertainment.

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Originally posted by feedpeopletosharks
I wouldn't be surprised if ATS were a similar government experiment, handed off to civilians. I've often thought that but i still enjoy the heck out of this site!


Well couldn't said it better myself. I don't see a reason of enjoying the site whatever the underlying reasons for it may be.

-v

[edit on 8-10-2009 by v01i0]



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