posted on Jun, 6 2004 @ 11:15 PM
This whole "the sky is falling" thing is getting old.
Exactly. And why do you think that is? The best way to debunk a story is to make it lose crediblility. The best way to make a story lose credibility
is to have it over played by 'the labeld'. Who are the 'labeled'? The labeled are those that we analyzers usualy call "dinsinformationists', the
ones who scream and holler about the sky falling and the Zeta Reticuli and never get anything right. Then once they have been debunked or their false
statements and predictions fail them , they will come up with even more insanity to the point where no one listens any more. Like the boy who cried
wolf. Why do you think they pounded that one into our heads when we were wee little children?
Once we indentify these 'labeled' ones perhaps we can come up with some sort of systematic removal. I don't like to name names , but I would say
most of the disinformation crew are the ones screaming 'disinfo' themselves. Mark Hazelwood for example is one of these characters who is getting
harder and harder to believe. His comments used to hold water. Now most of his commentary is about the disinfo crew sabotaging him and hijacking his
identity and hacking into his accounts. These things may very well be true. But if they are true, do any of you want to be involved with him? All it
really does is make him look like either one of the 'disino crew' himself, or that he has just gotten to the stage of paranoia that he has lost his
marbles. Or at least appears that way.
You could say the same about Nacy Leider and many others out there. This is what is so important about this group ,is that we need to be open to
anything and know who to filter out. The methods used here seem to be working well so far and should be kept up. Most sites of this nature I would
have left by now, but here I am into my second week of membership. You all seem to be on to something.
So let's not alienate the ones who are screaming that the sky is falling. Let's analyze them and their data. Because who knows, they may be
I have noticed that the ones who are so popularly being ripped apart for their beliefs are the same ones screaming sabotage. They are most likely the
ones behind the cloak that they themselves are talking about just to make the entire subject look crazy. They are also the ones with closed sites that
offer no corresspondance or inquiry. They are also the ones with a book or video for sale.
We are here together in debate or in research. We should never call any hypethetical event or idea wrong. I quote the greatest of them all:
" When we fail to anticipate the unforseen or expect the unexpected in a universe of infinate possibilities, we leave ourselves vulnerable to that
which can not be programmed, catagorized or easily referenced."
[edit on 6-6-2004 by nutzobalzo]