posted on Nov, 1 2010 @ 02:03 PM
Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by sp00n1
Sounds like more rubbish/disinformation from the fright-wing.
Seriously, do you people really believe this garbage? If you do, then the National Enquirer is a credible news source.
I take it you haven't actually READ the Insider reports. Why bother with that if you've already decided on the truth of the matter before reading
them? I've been following the Insider posts since they started and I wouldn't believe the stories either except for one small fact:
Everything he said WOULD happen (in advance of it happening) HAS happened. To me that's a test of the veracity of what he is saying. If he had been
wrong about even half of what he predicted I could see saying, "Well, it was a lucky guess." because anyone looking over at the White House has to
conclude there are issues, even if you want desperate for them to succeed. If you actually believe there's nothing wrong over there, please take off
your rose colored glasses.
I've noticed with this and the other, longer thread that the reactions against this material simply criticize the material and call it and the people
who speak in favor of it names. That is, of course, a logical fallacy. Calling people names does not answer the charges. Not one post has actually
refuted the claims. They are all like the above post, bereft of anything useful. Frankly I would welcome a post that was thoughtful and considered
that addressed these issues and showed how they were NOT true.
The fact is that the Insider has proven remarkably prescient. So far he has been 100% accurate. If you are going to refute that, you have your work
cut out for you. Of course, you'll have to start by actually reading the articles and show you are familiar with the material.
Note: I think it would be a good idea to copy those articles to the local hard drive. No telling how long they will remain up.
edit on 11/1/2010 by schuyler because: spelling, as usual