posted on Apr, 28 2003 @ 12:58 AM
One point about credibility here...
I once knew an individual at a company I worked at. He claimed to be a former Navy SEAL. He had the physique, he apparently had the technical
knowledge of weapons, military structure, ect. But the thing I noticed was that he talked about it way too much, always regaling us with tales about
death defying missions here and there, killing hundreds of people, rescuing hostages, ect.
However, it all rang too hollow. One of the greatest requirements for a true SEAL is the ability to remain silent and not advertise the fact of thier
occupation. (A small concept called Operational Security).
Solomon strikes the same vein in me.
The Cabal is completely built around secrecy, stealth, and deniability. The true Cabal powerstructure prefers to stay out of sight and out of mind,
hidden in the shadows, running the world by proxy.
The LAST thing the Cabal would want is someone with any true knowledge of the system running around in public, selling subscriptions to get into the
Cabal fan club or whatever, changing thier name to reflect membership, and spreading information about the inner workings and agenda. All these
things are what the Cabal has strived to keep secret and away from the public for over 300 years.
With these facts in mind, please feel free to make up your mind on the credibility of our new member.