posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 05:05 AM
Originally posted by PrinceDreamer
I often wonder what the effects of all these type of threads have, or would have if any of the claims made were true. For example, if the so called
PTB were planning a false flag event such as Aliens landing or a terror event at the Olympics, would all of these threads predicting it make them
change their plans? Would the fact that so many of the worlds population have been exposed to these predictions make them change their mind, make them
feel they would be found out.
I mean whether people believe these predictions or not now, if something happens the memories of these predictions will still be there, say aliens
land, anyone who has read threads like this or discussed them with friends would have to think back to this and wonder if it was a false flag after
all, you would have an automatic distrust of what you are being told at that point it is natural.
And then that brought another thought (must be a leftfield day for me) would not predictions of a false flag alien invasion do well to cover up a real
disclosure? Say for example the worlds elite know that a small alien fleet is on its way here, they can track it, know its speed and estimate its time
of arrival, they may even feel they could defeat this small fleet, or chase it off, not wanting the public to truly believe in aliens, could you not
plant the idea it is all a false flag and they are not really aliens? No need to believe in them, no need to listen to them, just keep trusting your
ever loving government? Ok its a bit out there, but I did say I was having a leftfield day
This is something I have been wondering about for a while myself. I'm a bit torn to be honest.
The optimist in me says that indeed TPTB delay or cancel plans anytime rumors spread significantly enough. One criticism people have of the whole
illuminati/whatever you want to call it secret group ruling the planet is that they've been at this agenda for a damn long time-- and so my
optimistic side says that's because they actually HAVE hit stumbling blocks like this. One thing the world has on TPTB is strength in numbers, and
the INSTANT these guys show their hand and the world wakes up, it's game over for them (at least in the current state of the planet). For that
reason, they need to be very, very careful that their actions don't raise any major suspicions. One thing that's really hard to measure though is
exactly how effective the preventative defense really is, but it is easy to see how whistleblowers mysteriously disappear unless they reach a certain
popularity level before they get killed, in which case the plan becomes let them live and perpetually criticize them for being quacks.
On the other hand, the pessimist in me says that global events like the anti-christ, alien invasion, nibiru, etc have been predicted by people
constantly over the years, and even if it weren't a false flag someone's eventually bound to get it right based off of sheer probability, and for
that reason they may just go ahead with it. But what's horrible to me about this (aside from the resulting one world government) is the notion that
the bigger the lie is, the better, and so this blue beam thing may in fact not just be a cool light show. Who's to say they aren't planning to kill
a million people in the process? That was the whole thing about 9/11-- it was so tragic that people suffered from cognitive dissonance and any
argument about that being an inside job was out of the question to the degree that someone might beat your ass for even suggesting it. Not debating
whether 9/11 was a false flag here, but the idea of creating something so devastating to unite people is still sound to me, and as a result I don't
see how blue beam could work if it were anything other than the greatest single-event devastation the world has seen.