Originally posted by g146541
I was jokingly wondering to myself how long it would take the movie to become a UFO movie.
22 minutes is the answer.
Sorry but I could not finish it.
Aliens are not gonna come and share technology with us and save us.
Jesus is not gonna come save us.
Zombies are not gonna wipe out the elite and save us.
That is right, if we don't do the job nobody will.
But keep on hoping on the Highly improbable, that is why folks gamble.
Don't lose hope!!
If you do, you might get motivated to stop hoping and start working...
Originally posted by Revolutionz
The most amazing thing ive seen, confirmed everything i knew and more, this must be spread. But man does it piss me off with all these close minded people who refuse to beleive and are trapped in this "social circle," where what is considered normal or not is controlled by the elite. Wake up people this is real. And even if the elite did make this its still all real and happening just people to full of fear to accept it, and on the measley $5 they want like he said it would only take 200billion to fix earth, the $5 could be a start.edit on 19-11-2011 by Revolutionz because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by MathiasAndrew
reply to post by Diplomat
If you like Bill Cooper, the video below contains his views on the alien issue
This is an edited 10 minute version of the hour-long radio broadcast that aired on William Cooper's Hour of the Time show. It discusses the history and planning of a possible HOAXED alien invasion to set the stage for a one-world government.
Originally posted by nightbringr
While looking for ammo to debunk this conspiracy theorists wet dream I came across this:
It's an incredibly well written, step by step debunking of the entire movie. While I'm sure I'll be accused of "having a closed mind", I suggest anyone with an open mind would also be open to both sides of the story. I watched this well produced yet error and lie filled video. Will you read this blog?
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Originally posted by xXxinfidelxXx
reply to post by alyosha1981
I honestly don't know what to think of this documentary. He says that he sort of "defected" from his family if you will, yet something seems off. It's not necessarily in the information that was divulged but in the way they chose to show it. Someone put ALOT of money into this documentary (3d effects, cameras, studio time, etc.), so the main quandary I have is who put up the money and for what reason. Someone had to benefit and I really doubt that us "Joe Schmoe's" fit the bill. Call me jaded or whatever else but I smell something fishy.