posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 01:00 PM
I know there are other threads addressing the "mass arrests of the cabal". Please, there has to be at least one thread dedicated to dispelling this
ridiculous belief. This simply plays into the desire of a large percentage of the world population that wants significant, lasting changes in the
system we live under. It's like the apocalyptic predictions we get from religion. Intense, yes. Epic in thought, yes again. But FANTASY nonetheless.
There is no Galactic Federation, no Confederation of Planets and certainly none that would arrest anyone.
May I ask: who will perform these arrests? Under what authority/law will they be arresting this mysterious cabal? How do THEY know who belongs to the
cabal but we, the peons of this world, don't? Where will they be kept after arrest? Who will represent them and where will trials be held?
If it did happen, great, I'm ok with it and would gladly admit being wrong. But IT WILL NOT HAPPEN! What makes anyone take any of this seriously
except desperation? People are desperate for a new way of living but it's not going to happen that way. ET isn't going to help us in this way, for
If anyone believes this, I think they may also be prone to believing in ET as gods. We shouldn't even have to think about things like this, but
obviously some should. Royal cr@- like this should be debunked as soon as it starts because it is reshaping our collective beliefs in a way that's
not good. It is creating, I think, the idea that anything coming from even legitimate ET researchers' camp must be outrageous and automatically
unbelievable. Just like Blossom Goodchild, for example.
However, there is one real possibility to consider: it is possible that some ETs are putting out stories like this, false and very-public failed
predictions like the Goodchild thing, for a purpose only they know or care about. These are all meant to garner lots of attention but culminate in
failure and a huge non-event. If that's so, we're being manipulated way more than our human leaders ever could.
edit on 17-3-2012 by Visiting
ESB because: delted part of sentence