posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 09:39 AM
Originally posted by Anishnaabe
reply to post by Th3MissingLink
You gotta step in their shoes for a moment.
Would you release some Mind Blowing evidence of some coverup/lie/conspiracy/false flag; if most of the people that will be affected by it, aren't
even ready to understand what it means?
You wouldn't want to instill mass fear and panic by blowing peoples minds right away . You'd lead up to it, and when the time is right, spread the
word. Otherwise, people will just hate you, whether or not you meant to scare everyone.
If that makes sense. I'm just trying to look at explanations, (not excuses) for why they haven't released game changing evidence. That's all
edit on 28-1-2013 by Anishnaabe because: (no reason given)
So they aren't giving up the info because we wouldn't understand it and it would cause fear and panic? Could the exact same thing be said by the US
Government as to why they don't release the info and keep things private? Isn't holding back information why so many are annoyed with the government
(along with other reasons of course, but that being a big one)?
Not releasing does more harm than good for them, as myself and many like me are annoyed at anonymous because they seem like attention seekers. Hey we
have super good info from the government but only we can see it! That's like in kindergarten when that one kid tells everyone his dad is a super
secret spy but he can't prove it because how super secret it is.
I'm not calling them terrorists with this, but you know when you watch a movie and for the terrorists to get their message across they kill someone
for no reason other than to show they're serious? That's what these anonymous guys need to do with their supposed great information. Release
something super damning, tell them there's more to come if they don't do what they're asking.
And also, to just the general audience, what's the point of taking down the DOJ website, or any other government website? Is there really any info on
there and does it really affect anything? Is it harder to take down a public website for the government than it would be some other non-government
site? Is there any reason to hack the DOJ website other than to be all like "lulz did u c that!? >-