A question arose in my mind regarding whether or not any acts of disclosure would even be believed? When a person of normal rationale is faced with
something new, particularly new and outrageous, what then constitutes the litmus test to determine veracity?
Is it repeatability? If enough people repeat the contention then by popular consensus it must be valid?
Is it probability? If it seems likely enough it must be valid?
Is it along the lines of dark secrecy in maintaining the articles low profile?
Or is it all just feeding the masses with what they want to believe?
Many times we, or at least I, had heard about Roswell and the alien craft that had been recovered. The official version, No UFO crashed in Roswell
NM... perhaps not altogether untrue a statement if the craft are being shot down but meh, that is conjecture on my part and not based on any concrete
What is concrete evidence though is the way events had shaped society and societies as in the secret variety..
While looking at one thing I was led to another and came across this article that seems to explain a lot about history... as well as spell out the
formation and reasoning behind secret societies like the Bilderburg group to name one.
Is it so unreasonable to accept the version presented for its inception? Some reason was behind all the secrecy and formation of groups that don't
officially exist on the books like MJ12 who had made press in media form through popular shows that glamorized UFOlogy and at the same time sold a
particular flavor of truth that may not have been as accurate in their accounts as one would hope for in a search for truth.
The issue is, what does one believe, or more apt, how far does one buy into the belief?
From that site and regarding the formation of MJ12...
"It is the only scenario THAT ANSWERS ALL THE QUESTIONS and places the
various fundamental mysteries in an arena that makes sense. It is the
only explanation which shows the chronology of events and demonstrates
that the chronologies, when assembled, match perfectly. The bulk of
this I believe to be true if the material that I viewed in the Navy is
authentic. As for the rest, I do not know, and that is why this paper
must be termed a hypothesis. Most historic and current available
evidence supports this hypothesis."
If the info presented there is pristine in its forbidden knowledge and based on absolute truth and not merely some agenda driven psyop then perhaps
justifiability exists within all the government does... or does it all whitewash the criminality by which the world is held hostage by limited
Would full disclosure of what truth is be accepted by the mainstream Joe standing in every walk of life or would it be more acceptable to those who
had tendency to want to believe in an ET?
Since the subject matter is so highly controversial the potential is there for manipulation of the masses but doesn't necessarily mean that the
information is anything but the truth.
Simply put, how would any of us know unless it came from some emissary of the ET themselves?
Would man be ready for such a meeting or are we being led to conclusion by Hollywood with shows like Alien or Predator, or Starship Troopers or
Battle for LA, or Independence Day... you see the direction the entertainment industry is leading belief... how accurate is that judgment though?
Would you be inclined to shoot first and ask questions later?
Or do you believe in a system of judging by actions rather than suspicion? Can you trust your leaders for their instincts? ... can you even trust your
Would disclosure bring man together with aliens or would man lock and load and seek truth and guidance at the end of a barrel?
The morality of the moment... what are the ET's thinking we would do? They theoretically have monitored our transmissions and find us sorely in want
of everything from intellect ( imagine a WWE transmission and ET watching it in a state of incredulity yet seeing the gullible human buy into it as if
it were real and not scripted) to justice, to morality, to sustainable future development.
Once again, would disclosure help or hinder the everyday Joe? The fact that the Government hasn't disclosed openly (perhaps by back channels like the
provided link?) says they do not have much faith in our ability to decide prudently ... or even wisely.
Where has any alien ever acted malevolently? According to the link, human body parts were found inside a downed craft. Was this a psyop or was it yet
another flavor of truth? I recall a movie called Planet of the Apes where the ape scientists had studied the human form to learn from... yet perhaps
we had done similar to the bodies of the found craft as well so it would be hard to draw a line on that ground alone.
food for thought... Would you trust the rest to fully disclose? Remember War of the Worlds radio broadcast and how people react? Perhaps there is a
need for research institutes that study human behavior?
And yet I don't feel handicapped by my thoughts as much as I do by the actions of the controllers who use these kind of studies to play us like
fiddles thinking we aren't capable of understanding truth... and yet don't we all create our own truths to comprehend that which isn't forthcoming?
I would vote disclosure on the simple principle of instilling faith in us to our visitors who probably could have taken over at any time throughout
and yet many of you vote shoot them first and find out what makes them tick. Perhaps being shot down at every approach has its limits of patience and
we will reap what we sow... .
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