posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 09:40 PM
I wanted to add to the discussion, that every since the days of the Egyptian Pharaohs, Kings, rulers, the elect, those in control of governments and
nations would ensure a secret by killing everyone involved in any secret project. This was a work condition secret few knew for obvious reasons.
From the lowest construction type laborer to the planners, even the high priests that blessed such secrets were all killed, silenced to ensure the
secret, for a wise and brutal Pharaoh, a King would know with certainty, that only in such a way can a secret remain secret. When no witnesses exist,
you're completely safe from anyone ever knowing the secret.
Today, being involved in some secret operation now signals a death card.
I fear the smarter ones in the spec ops pack will see that seeking such a level of professional development for high priority national security, black
and ATS operations is now clearly a kiss of death.
The other message this incident shouts to Special Ops types is that you are more than expendable, you are most likely one operation away from being
killed just to keep a secret that may not be worthy of dying for because its one thing to get killed by some enemy of the USA and its another to
killed by someone you work closely with or someone or some group that just got assigned to the unit on a temporary TDY basis.
Under such a reality, the combat arms types, the special ops types will see this new grim reality and it will no doubt effect the future quality of
those assigned to special ops and special forces units. Its long term impact on recruitment and longevity is diminished by such a reality and perhaps
this is why TPTB seek to have a disposable human clone super soldier that is disposed of just like throwing a cigarette out the _
This stuff no longer surprises me as much as it saddens me to think that true honor no longer exists, even in the most highest of secret places
because this government is proudly showing everyone who can see that convenient equates to disposable, and that means they will kill you to keep a
secret and that is a subject better left to legal minds to resolve because it is so immoral in my book, I cant see anyone who would say, "nobody
ever promised you a rose garden, Soldier!".
Oh well, thanks for the thread. I am certain we will hear the drums beating on this one.