posted on Jul, 30 2010 @ 01:24 AM
Originally posted by ufo_superhero:
I think this could finally be the real confession we've been looking for.
I agree. The information about the Dulce base already out there is absolutely fascinating, but it's scattered, occasionally contradictory, and marred
by claims of disinformation.
My interest was certainly piqued by the interview, and Sanchez's website makes some big claims -- i.e. finally revealing who actually operates the
To address those skeptical: (Giving Colonel X the benefit of the doubt--) Yes, it seems the background info and context Colonel X provided would be
enough for him to be identified by -- I don't know -- 10 or so people who worked very closely with him 30 years ago. Maybe. And even if they could
and did identify him based on that excerpt, what would they do about it? In what way would it benefit them to tell the government (or whoever) what
he's doing? That's assuming they still have contacts in the right places. And it's assuming they're still alive. And that they read ATS and/or The
UFO Chronicles. Basically, what I mean is this: by not giving his name, but by giving his story he leaves himself open to only a very, very slim
chance of being identified and or prosecuted/persecuted. If he did give his name, though, he'd be open to all kinds of negatives: hate mail,
harassment, general skepticism and persecution directed at him from a multiplicity of directions.
He's a professor. Look where Michael E. Salla -- a man with a PhD and a good academic record -- is now: nowhere. Because he published Exopolitics.
You lose much of your cache in the academic world when you admit to believing in and/or being involved with extraterrestrials. So, it makes perfect
sense to me why the Colonel would want to have his identity not disclosed.
But, because of this, Sanchez does leave himself open to criticisms relating to transparency and credibility.
Either way, I'm curious to read the full interview. Dulce is a subject I'm very fascinated by and this interview promises to set a lot of the record
straight. I tend to believe that these kinds of whistleblowers and those who publish their stories are on the level. If people are just out to get
money, there are easier/more lucrative options available. I'd of course rather not have to pay to read it, but this interview seems promising. I look
forward, at least, to a review once it comes out (to see if the book's worth purchasing).
So, thanks for posting Mr. Warren
. Do you have any idea when the book is slated to come out? Looking forward for a further excerpt from the
interview. Hope you get permission to post it