Ah, get with the times, there were two species of ape on this planet, and the white ones were taken by the aliens and the black ones were modified to
a lesser extent. Reptillians were here all along, and along the line became really pissed at the human race.
Yes .. but why does the original link, have a dot in the address ... youtu.be
It occurs to me, that the author did not want to embed the video .. as the link takes you elsewhere first, before redirecting to the actual youtube
vid ... perhaps an attempt to implant a virus ?
the day this thread was created .. another user had joined ATS in within past couple of days .. got their 20 posts instantly .. and started creatin
silly threads .. with similar looking dodgy links ... the threads were removed swiftly ...
This is why i do not trust that link ... it doesnt take you directly to you tube .. and the author likely wanted a dodgy link here, as opposed to
an embeded video ...
I think you and your alleged friend have been watching too many V movies. Do really think that if this really existed they wouldn't enough sense to
wear contact lenses or something so it wouldn't be discovered. When you get some actual proof and documentation bring it to us.
The colors are just a reflection of something and in light changes, eyes can appear slitted, very common.
When others videos are done, by news, or project camelot, ie. the interview with David Icke, there are interesting effects. Both David Icke and Bill.
And they normally do very clear camera work, but a lot of is suddenly poor quality, almost as if to hide this effect. Those eye changes, are rapid,
and they appears briefly larger in the skull and distorted and as if an inner eyelid blinks, an extra eyelid or something, and I'm highly suspicious
of them as I do realize whats under the matrix here. But have to realize, its quite possibly a shoddy job with the camera too.
Project Camelot Interviews David Icke.flv
whereas this is so much clearer, though Bill's eyes are still interesting.
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