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Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by alyosha1981
eh. Watched the trailer. Had something about "burning into rock"....you can't do that. Rock doesn't leave evidence for burning as far as I know. It simply returns to rock.
Also it just seems to be an advertisement for a belief system. There's plenty of patterns in nature that we copy paste. And there's no real evidence for any sort of intervention, or hell care, from aliens. If it was, why do we continue to bend what we think they have left for us only into the most current and up to date sciences. We never really have learned anything from them that we don't already know.
50 years ago aliens had nuclear power and space suits, just as we invented at that time. Next they had lasers and hover cars, just as we envisioned at the same time. So on and so forth. Never, however, anything we haven't already imagines or thought of. No new ideas nor new technologies extracted from these contacts. Only known information of what we construct to be an advanced civilization. Just as so, as we tire from industrialization, now aliens are being imagined more ecologically friendly. No surprise there either.
Sir, are you willing to be known by the actions of your parents? How about the actions of the employees of your parents? How about the people that work in a corporation that your parents hold shares in?
No? Neither am I.
I prefer to be known by MY actions. And so I grant to the maker of the film the same rights. I shall know him by his actions. This movie speaks volumes.
Beautiful notion. Have you ever attempted to do anything "for the good of humanity"? I assure you any such endeavour requires resources. Even if it is only your time and energy... still you need to feed yourself, clothe yourself and house yourself. This takes money. Money that must come from somewhere. And, in case you were wondering, making a movie is not cheap. It costs a GREAT DEAL of money to pay for competent technicians and crews. Not to mention transportation costs etc. Making a movie is very, very expensive. So you must choose. Either we must leave all the "doing good for humanity" for the super wealthy or humanity must be prepared to cough the occasional buck for the good that is done.
Why are we willing to spend $5 for some trashy idiocy in the name of entertainment but when it is important and worthwhile it must be free?
It is interesting to note that Procter and Gamble does hundreds of millions of dollars of business with the Pentagon and is one of the top contractors for the U.S War Dept.? It is one of the world’s biggest, most toxic corporate polluters on the face of the earth with an annual turnover of over $68 billion. They did business with Nazi Germany’s Third Reich distribute Genetically Modified contaminated food and they produced the controversial fat substitute olestra, marketed under the name Olean (a synthetic combination of fatty acids and sugar bound together in molecules too large for the human body to absorb or digest). Procter and Gamble is also the maker of water-contaminating Tide detergent, fluoride-contaminated Crest toothpaste, and landfill-destroying Pampers?
Originally posted by Misterlondon
It just seems to be a bit ironic that this video would come from him.. he was brought up in elite circles surrounded by the people he is 'exposing' here.. He led a charmed life to say the least.. (and i doubt he rode in a yellow bus to school either as portrayed in the video) This company of his parents is just as bad as all the rest, they are clearly linked to the elite.. without a doubt.. and he grew up within this family. he claims to have discovered this information all by himself through research in later life... yeah.. right!