posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 11:59 AM
Does it really matter *what* is in the file?
Let's say that we, on ATS or other truth-seeking forums, have been right all along. Let's take it a step further and say that even the *really*
fringe elements are right. Stargates, Human/Dolphin hybrid super soliders, the Anglo-Saxon Mission, synthetic beings, galactic war involving 57 races
of aliens (all of which i assume are used to make Heinz 57 sauce), all of it true. And all of it proven, without a doubt, in this file. Handwritten
letters, audio recordings, video... the whole game laid out on the table in front of us. Maybe even a photo of the top puppeteers, forever caught in a
mid-air group high five.
Would the majority of the general population be ready, or even able, to accept it? Even if it was more down to earth - TBTP are turning us into slaves
for their own enrichment. They don't care about our lives and will kill us if we try to take our shared humanity back - would people be willing to
accept that? even if the people accepted it, would they be willing to, rightfully, rise up to take back our future?
I've already seen how the MSM and a lot of the population has responded to the Manning leaks. With indifference. Or worse, focusing on the leaks and
not what they contain. Dismissing Manning as a 'disgruntled soldier' when, from the chat transcripts i've read at least, he seems more like a young
kid heartbroken and overwhelmed by what is actually going on.
What about the fact that information written for public consumption, whether newspaper/magazine or television, is written for people with no more than
a sixth grade education? Would those people be able to understand, or have any interest in trying to understand, the contents of hundreds, if not
thousands, of pages of densely and/or obtusely written political and military documents?
If the information really is explosive, Assange should release a taste (the first hit is free) in a way that gets as much attention as possible. Then
give the Identifying information for additional damning files and say to the public 'Here's the names of the documents you need to demand the
government account for and explain, but it's up to you as a people to stand up, put aside your petty differences in political affiliation or
religious ideology and unite to force the truth out"
I mean, I don't buy into Assange and Wikileaks being part of the system, regardless, at some point we have to cut the cord and start demanding
answers and information for ourselves instead of relying on others to gift it to us.
just did a google search for 'assange', first hit was a news article with the title "Julian Assange: is 'Wikileaker' on a crusade or ego
So, could someone outside of the truth/rationalist community with a passing interest in 'who is this Assange guy?' not enter the same search, see
the top hit, and then conclude 'oh, he's just some ass that wants to be famous by breaking the law' and then move on to their next distraction?