posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:56 PM
Although everyone has bits and pieces, some with bigger ones than others, no one in the UFO field has the missing link that ties everything together.
Every story is sort of, well, different. This is why I want to recall an old quote.
Sgt. Clifford Stone once said:
They don't care about what you know, but what you can prove.
These words sounds logical, but if a whistleblower wants to send work to Wikileaks,they becomes alarmingly true words to go by. Wikileaks follows
strict standards, and by no means can they be blamed for that.
Someone could, and probably is, spilling the beans right now about everything we want to know and more. All the beans were probably spilled at that
disclosure conference. But no one was ever provided with ample evidence to prove the origin of those beans. For many, it is enough to believe as
individuals. But disclosure would suggest bringing these truths into society, and for that you would need so much more. If the UFO secret was truly
being hidden by a secret government, they probably are not concerned if a few things leak out here and there. As many have said, such a vast
conspiracy is impossible. They would be correct. People would start talking..and they already probably have. As long as people aren't bringing
celestial laser beams home, or the proverbial "On the White House Lawn" event happens, the stories are too unbelievable to be given the official
Think for yourself:
1. Would a real picture inside the hangar of Area 51 with an alien craft be good enough to convince everyone on this board? No, and it probably
wouldn't be for Wikileaks either...even though it is real. Just by the very nature of the subject, this could happen.
1. Would a picture inside a camp in North Korea with starving victims be good enough to convince you that people are suffering there? I bet a whole
lot more than the first story, despite the fact that North Korea is one of, if not the most secretive nation on earth.
[edit on 25-6-2010 by bananasam]