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Originally posted by fishspeaker
reply to post by ignorant_ape
We (The Truth Seeking Believers) Do not require pathetic humanoid forms of "Evidence" (Belief Backup for the Small Minded) , We KNOW the truth.
Yes , I hath spoken ~
Peace be upon all yee ~
It's all right for you to fight with your brother; but when a bully attacks your brother,
you and your brother unite for mutual defense - overlooking your family disputes for the
And, so it would be on Earth if we were to encounter a common enemy or a common
authority. Assuming they had the power to wipe us out, it would make our different cultures,
tribes, religions and countries unite to defeat a common foe. This concept is not new at all.
What is new is that at least one group on Earth has actually set such a plan in motion on a
global scale back in 1954. Its plan was designed to create a convincing illusion of both a
common foe ('a bad alien race from space'?) and a common messiah ('a race of elder brothers
from space'?) with a view to duping the peoples of Earth into a new world order of peace and
To have even hoped to pull off such a daring scheme, that group would have had to have
access to power at the highest government levels. It would have required large sums of
money... LARGE sums. It needed to have leadership that was at least partly visible in the
community. This meant there would be some small clues or traces of their leadership and their
gameplan - if a person knew where to look.
A good mastermind for a clever deception such as an alien threat to the planet would need
to know a lot about human behavior and behavioral modification.
Originally posted by atlasastro
reply to post by prevenge
The real question is: Why do we need a common enemy or adversity to all get along?
Originally posted by TheFlash
The concept of an "Alien Invasion" is absurd. That would be like ants afraid of a "Human Invasion" of their 'world'.