posted on Feb, 4 2011 @ 02:27 AM
reply to post by Jophiel
So if I call a show and claim to be from the White House, or CIA or NSA and tell you something that I say is secret, should I be believed? It's just
too easy for Anyone to do. Without some kind of proof or backup evidence, and considering all the nut cases in the world, why should anyone take this
seriously? We read many threads and posts in here, trying to find real answers to real questions. A lot of time is spent by others on hoaxing,
pranking, and getting a kick out of getting people all worked up over nothing. This fall everyone was talking about The Big Disclosure. Then....
nothing. I love hearing from the Gemini and Apollo astronauts telling us they have seen something. At least its stories from whom we would like to
think are reliable sources. Ditto all the other witnesses such as Defense Secretaries, Generals, military pilots (I'm referring to UFO tales
specifically right now), but again, its hearsay without evidence. I still believe, so I still research and read and hope someday I will be proven
right, but a caller in to a show all on its own? People that want to tell secrets also want to be believed and that seems like a poor choice to place
a call. I've watched Jesse Ventura and I've seen bunker video and I've heard many prophecies and predictions that never come to pass. The two videos
sound like sincere people, and maybe the removal of the original video from Alex's site and youtube seems suspicious, but it could also be created
hype by a producer of the show. Make a call, post a video, remove a video.... I need more proof.
edit on 4-2-2011 by jaxnmarko because: watching further video and looking for proof of the claims, more direct response to the thread and