posted on Dec, 26 2009 @ 04:53 PM
Can anyone doubt that the PTB have used the entire gamut of the news and entertainment industry both to conceal what is inconvenient and to promote
their own agenda? And is it not striking how much financial clout is behind the entertainment industry, such that they would arguably not focus on any
given area in a major way without a definite, if not subtle, agenda?
There are so many directions the entertainment industry in particular could have taken. I for one love the truly cerebral efforts to envisage the
future of human history as portrayed in some science fiction. But this genre did not have to become increasingly obsessed with the idea of
extra terrestrial life forms, valid though the subject matter may be. What, then could be the motivation behind this evermore apparent emphasis? Or to
be more blunt: what could the PTB get out of it?
Could it be that the ever-increasing acceptance that there has been/will imminently be contact with alien civilizations means people are more inclined
to look with awe at 'ET's than at God — with the result that the PTB can more easily be regarded as the highest earthly authority?! And that this
is, in fact, a very deliberate ploy?
Moreover, could this simultaneously facilitate an agenda to weaken the role of traditional faiths across the globe in order to make the reputed
practices of some of the NWO proponents (c.f. Bohemian Grove / Illuminati pseudo- or literal satanism) more acceptable to the general populace?
Under this scenario so-called 'disclosure', far from revealing the truth to mankind, opens the door to all manner of abuse of power and enslavement
of the citizenry.
Whether or not you believe 'we are/are not alone' as they put it — is it not a strange coincidence that the popularization via the
entertainment industry of belief in alien visitation has coincided very conveniently with the increasing need of the PTB to find yet another
justification for 'protecting the people'?