posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 09:41 AM
Whenever I read articles like this, about people like this, I get suspicious. And I start to examine motives. A few ideas and questions come to
1. Could this be a form of controlled intentional disclosure?
Pick one of your employees who has a good reputation, give him a briefing and the info you want disclosed, "terminate" his employment officially,
and watch it all play out just the way you planned it.
2. Could this guy be for real?
Considering they can shut anyone up, anytime they need to. Chances are slim in my opinion.
3. Strictly a disinfo campaign?
A distinct possibility. But to what end? And what is it they're covering up with it? Silence might have served them better.
NASA, however, is a civilian agency. They do have classification levels and work closely with a lot of military and former military - but they are not
part of the military. Generally speaking, the military regards NASA as one giant security leak - if that tells you anything.
If the military regards NASA as such, then this should tell us all we need to know about them. They are there because that "giant security leak"
serves a purpose.