posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 12:45 PM
Originally posted by ownbestenemy
reply to post by iwilliam
Quite true all in all that if it were just someone spitting out a story it would be eerie. Then again, I am sure someone here on ATS (well, not just
sure, very positive) make daily predictions of some cataclysmic event. When you make them often, law of probability will eventually be on your
To each their own.
I don't read reddit conspiracies all the time (well, really ever before this) so i can't say whether predictions are made there all the time. I will
say that even if they had the volume of crazy predictions we get, hitting on something this accurate would seem significant to me. \
I understand that in the age of high speed connections and ubiquitous moblie devices, there are more liars online than stars in the sky. And while I
like to think I have a healthy level of skepticism, especially when it comes to people making claims like this, I can't just write a claim like this
off as "probably a liar" because if it's true, there may not be enough of a chance to get the info out later.
I read something online about a guy who wrote a book... he was completely convinced that there was going to be a false flag at the superbowl. So
convinced he wrote this ebook and distributed it widely... so wiidely (he claims) that so many people were informed of this possible false flag, that
they had no choice but NOT go through with it.
Maybe that guy was full of it. (he had a somewhat convincing argument, though I admit I didn't read too in-depth, as I found this material a while
after the fact). But I did kind of like the idea. The idea that if knowledge of some plot were uncovered, that maybe it could even be stopped, by
knowledge being spread.
Of course, they could choose to carry on regardless of public knowledge-- but then they would either need to answer some questions, or otherwise
engage in a complete, overt "take over." Maybe that superbowl guy looks like a nutjob. Who knows... maybe he is. I do know one thing for sure,
though: There was no violence at the Superbowl.