I think that is the big thing in all of this, if they are like us and they could be anyone people will gladly take it!
That is easily proven....
Look at Icke *et al* followers....
they would loveeeeeeeee for the Queen, Bush family, on and on to PROVE they are human.
so this is NOT as unrealistic and far fetched as one would think.
I bet the NWO even laughs at the irony and loves DI's ideas and the results (ones that flock to his speeches or have more than an avid curiosity on
the subject). Imagine the "AHA, SEE, The Govt KNOWS I am HUMAN!! I can PROVE IT are YOU??" paranoia that would occur. As they/we/the suckers all
laugh proudly showing off their chips. uhhhg
*also...how to prove it? DNA databases. Lets all flock there too. I mean who OWNS these places anyways?? The large Pharma? oh well who owns those,
we ask?? The VERY people who want us chipped. lol, as IF they would ever get a test or who'd know if it is accurate/truth? lol.
*loved that show/series Alien Nation (the one that the main family alien guy is a cop??). Even in that fictional and imaginative scenereo (vs the
treatment of aliens in the more recent District 9) the 'foreigners' were treated badly by some and not others. If anything I see the introduction of
the alien-invasion/arrival subjects on television and movie form (NOT Bradbury or Roddenberry's interpretations) as testing of different ideas of
testing the larger public on their opinions of and subjective analysis of their possible-reaction/solution skills or lack thereof. (?? Comment??)
Since Roswell (IF it even occurred or IF it were just a means to give the possibility/suspicion/realistic lack of skepticism on the alien-landing at a
later date agenda) seems mighty suspicious as a hoax in this regard to me. Of ALL of the timeframes in history- - - WHY would aliens crash? Not only
crash but possibly be shot down so easily? Whyy in the US? Why in the 40's? and no, I don't buy the 'because of nuclear weapons testing' branch of
thought. It (the crash) just seems fishy enough to cause the average person to have less doubt on the subject by year 2000+. The origional
broadcasting of Well's War of the Worlds was not-likely a random storyline either. Thus, Orson Welles had one of his writers, Howard Koch, rewrite
the story of War of the Worlds. With multiple revisions by Welles, the script transformed the novel into a radio play. Besides shortening the story,
they also updated it by changing the location and time from Victorian England to present day New England. These changes reinvigorated the story,
making it more personal for the listeners.
I mean c'mon, lets look at his credentials now: "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_E._Koch"
In 1943, at the request of Jack Warner of Warner Bros., Koch wrote the screenplay for Mission to Moscow (1943). The movie subsequently spawned
controversy because of its positive portrayal of Joseph Stalin and the Soviet Union. After the war, Koch was fired by Jack Warner after Koch was
denounced as a Communist. He was then criticized by the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) for his outspoken leftist political views. Koch
was blacklisted by Hollywood in 1951
not sure if I have the time right now to look further to see if he is related to this bunch en.wikipedia.org...
But it just
makes the whole WOTW panic fiasco much more curiouser and curiouser (as Alice would say).
According to L C Vincent (for henrymakow.com) www.henrymakow.com...
A classic early example of these psy ops was the 1938 "War of the Worlds" broadcast which created "accidental" and "unfortunate" panic and hysteria
throughout the United States. Listeners tuned in to what they thought was a real invasion by Martians. It was funded indirectly by the Rockefeller
Foundation through the The Princeton Radio Project, and guided at every stage by members of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Greaaaaaaat, now the Rockefellers and the Rand Corp. Must they have their hands in this too? Sure, why not. Fishy indeediously (slang)!!
It just might be a no win (if majority rules) situation in my opinion IF one is unprepared and unaware of their 'game'. So, just remind people to
be aware of the the scam --whether it is this idea or another, we have to keep coming up with imaginative IDEAS on HOW they could get us to line up
happily like we are Walmart Xmas shoppers!! Keep your eye on the ball peeps!
Interesting quote from Vincent's page: " In 1917, Marxist John Dewey was the first political person to publicly promote the threat of an invasion
from outer space when he spoke these words:
Some one remarked that the best way to unite all the nations on this globe would be an attack from some other planet. In the face of such an alien
enemy, people would respond with a sense of their unity of interest and purpose." John Dewey, New York 1917.
He futher comments about Reagan's UN
speech, etc etc. All of which fall in line with this particular topic. Decades later, President Ronald Reagan made a similar observation at the
United Nations when he said: "In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps
we need some outside, universal threat to make us realize this common bond. I occasionally think how quickly our differences would vanish if we were
facing an alien threat from outside this world." - President Ronald Reagan, in a speech made to the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations, Sept.
Yeah, yeah, we get it Uncle Ronnie. We are all the same to you. Same theme, different seat on the ferris wheel.
either/or, I think we are on to something.
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