Having just watched again the "U.F.O DISCLOSURE PROJECT -FULL VERSION ", I am excited again about "Disclosure".
Does anyone know where this is all at, as I haven’t heard anything about it for a while.
It's amazing that all these high Ranking men from the American civil and armed forces
have seen UFO'S and are willing to testify in front of Congress.
It's the sort of thing that after a while we tend to forget, and become Sceptical again.
These men were trusted with "top secret" Information and some of them were trusted with
keys to the nuclear arsenal. So how are we not trusting there word about what they have seen.
I do trust them and want to see more action on disclosure.
For those of you who haven’t seen this video it is worth a watch.
edit on 15-5-2011 by rigel4 because: (no reason given)
I have a new personal standard for listening to people with insider connections and knowledge of the future:
If at any point they try to sell me a book, or "harmlessly" link me to a not-for-free book they have written or one of their friends has written, I
automatically stop listening and toss everything they've ever written directly into the trash.
If we're really talking about the most important event to ever occur in Human history, even if they're telling the truth, it makes them a
bunch of douchebags to sell their information to people in a book. It's more than a little disingenuous to be making an old-world fortune off of a
new-world concept, don't you think?
Sheldan Nidle delivers free information via his weekly/monthly updates.
About him selling his books on the website, I guess he needs money to buy food, shelter and electricity like everyone else, right?
People love to get information. He has it. He sells the information so he can continue to get new information and deliver it to the rest of us.
I have a moral issue with someone selling information. Information wants to be free, especially information like this (if it's true). Of course, it
probably isn't true so I'm not going to throw too much of a fit about it. If these people need to support their work with money, the morally
valid way of doing so is to offer their information for free and ask for optional contributions in return. Not by saying "I know something you
don't know, and for $19.99 I'll tell you what it is... until the next book."
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