reply to post by lordvader
I have a question for all ATS members If a person possess entire and accurate knowledge of all human history as if they lived through it may
have some revelations that can destroy the foundations of today's society then should than knowledge be told or hidden.
"Hidden" is what we have today with wars, global tension, monetary enslavement, unnecessary deaths, etc. Could it really be any worse to tell the
truth for a change?
I would endorse the full disclosure of said hypothetical history, but in a guarded fashion. Bits and pieces as mentioned above could lead to certain
misunderstandings because the release could not be controlled. Everyone would run into the dreaded "Well". Well in order to understand this, you
need to know that, and in order to know that, you need to understand this first, etc. It could take a very long time for people to get their this's
and that's straitened out.
As a salesman would say, its all in the pitch. And it really would not be that hard because most all people already know something just isn't
Now, hypothetically, if lets say I was elected to head up this daunting task I would first like to meet this caveman for myself. Get his story
straight from the horses mouth, no middle men, or Politicians. We would have a nice cozy get together and discuss his situation.
Once I had his story I would go to the Government and procure a budget, (I would suggest they can find the money by redirecting funds from the
military and certain alphabet agencies) for a collage level class to be offered at various locations. The class itself would be broken down into 10
parts to cover the timeline in question. A group of people be secured for the instructor positions who are somewhat open minded to the materials, and
The class can not be mandatory for the general public, but it can be for all government employes. It could be strongly suggested to certain people in
positions of power to attend, and greatly encouraged for the average Joe and Jane.
The class would have certain safety features included such as medical staff and security built in for any contingency.
Since I see this as a Government responsibility there should be a mission statement as to why this is being done, and what outcome is expected. Once
the groundwork, planning, timing, required resources are worked out, the government can go public with the knowledge of the class.
Hypothetically, of course.