Let's see, you want the TRUTH, can you handle it?
Imagine if you were working with ET beings and engineering a trade of "livestock" for technology. The only catch is that in order to harvest the
livestock, the livestock have to be willingly be led from the pasture to the slaughterhouse. Suppose that the livestock has an intuitive fear of the
unknown, which is only second to the threat of actual physical death. How would you get your sheep(le) to go willingly to the butchers?
FIRST, I'd get a lot of movies released to get people programmed for the eventual arrival of ET's, especially ones with ET's as good guys and HUMANS
as bad, especially featuring the "GOOD" ETs that look a lot like the ones that will "harvest" *cough AVATAR, cough cough*
Let's see, Together with my ET friends, I would create panic and "Hell on Earth" for a short time by causing all kinds of plagues and natural
Next I'd start a rumor about a "dangerous comet"
I'd give it a name that coincides with a well known acronym Extinction Level Event to stir the nutters up first.
Next, I would deliberately leak a document or official looking memo making it look like something real and menacing, and VERY threatening to earth.
Next I'd have a bunch of space related services cut *cough, seti?* to hide the TRUTH, but leave it open to speculation to confuse a lot of people as
to what it really is they have to fear.
Next I'd create a MAJOR distraction (economy crash, false flag anyone?) so MY people will be able to be protected and taken to bunkers during the
chaos, and will take focus off the actual arrival of their ships as well.
Next I would introduce my ET friends as "here to help" and they will tell you- Come with us and live forever, if you don't your world is soon to be
DESTROYED, and YOU. WILL. DIE.
Finally I will tell people they are here to save us in an "Arc" and you should go to somewhere to be beamed aboard reinforcing the fear of IMMINENT
DEATH to overcome the fear of the unknown. I think you all can guess what comes next.
edit on 6-9-2011 by eywadevotee because: (no reason given)