Originally posted by The GUT
Originally posted by iforget
This is the part that makes me lean towards deception and not official disclosure, though I wish it otherwise. To me it seems counterproductive to
instill the fears and then attempt to dispel them with the truth...
Yep, the "fear" part doesn't make a lot of sense, although I guess it could be argued. But if it's "deception" for reasons other than
disclosure--and I personally lean that way--and if Dr. Green wouldn't seem a likely candidate to pooh where he eats, then what might that deception
It doesn't matter if the fear part makes sense... Er, what I mean is, fear is ALREADY an immovable part of the equation when you're dealing with
this subject. Some people claim to have been abducted, so they are gonna have fear no matter what, if disclosure of any type would happen. Some people
are extremists in religion or philosophy, and would automatically have a fear based, possibly hostile response... So how do we handle the fear? Blow
it into rediculous proportions, and then when you give "the truth", it will assuage those blown up fake fears, and hopefully, along with that, the
other fear that was already there might break off of the human collective psyche and get washed down the drain as well...
It's a psychological approach, obviously...and I don't know exactly how well it would work, but I can understand the idea behind it.
Whether he's being deceptive or not, well, he's ex CIA so... He definitely could if he wanted to. Maybe this was meant to direct our attention away
from a very real reptilian situation involving our babies...who knows?