posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 08:20 PM
Originally posted by Unidentified_Objective
We're talking about India here.
My buddy who is in medical school was there two summers ago. He said the market was lined with mystics, fortune tellers and unlicensed doctors who
said they could remove tumors from you without any surgical tools. Years ago, those quacks were debunked when hidden cameras caught them using chicken
parts. Anyway, he was there as part of a humanitarian deal where they provided free checkups and medical services for the poor. Some of the people
were so superstitious they would rather some nutjob rub pebbles & incense over them while chanting, than taking the antibiotics he was giving them.
India, Pakistan....etc...full of superstitious and ideological extremists. I would take whatever they say with a grain of salt and assume it's BS,
unless real evidence is presented.
edit on 2-11-2012 by Unidentified_Objective because: (no reason given)
I'm unclear here, you're saying that because India, and the hundreds of millions of people that make it up, has some nuts, the entire populace and
apparent government agencies involved here, are to be dismissed? If that's the logic, then because the US had Fatty Arbuckle, anything Einstein said
was to be taken with a grain of salt. Or because the US has Jersey Shore, everything coming from MIT is suspect?
It is VERY hard to convey seeing something that is not supposed to exist to a person who wholly believes the thing does not exist. In fact, this they
greatest effort in futility. Jesus could come back, walk on water, heal the sick, water into wine and put every action on youtube, from 500 different
angles, and most of the population would say, "eh, hoax, show me proof." Could this be why he is never coming back, hell I'm never coming back
after seeing this insane asylum.
It is a valid point that the Army, which must maintain credibility at all costs, has put itself on the line in some way. If so, why?