posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 12:02 AM
reply to post by smurfy
I have little doubt that "they" know the correct orbit. The real question is -- do you believe "them?" I tend to in this instance, but I'm well
aware there is absolutely no incentive for "them" to tell us ahead of time if the asteroid was actually going to hit. Rather, there is a huge
incentive for the government to lie and say it won't hit if it actually will. Can you imagine the chaos if we were told it would hit and that
millions might die? Loss of control of it's citizens' behaviors is not an option for the Feds.
The government has a long history of telling outrageous lies citizens when it suits the immediate need of someone or some group in power. I'd
possibly be more naive about this if I hadn't been one whom the government attempted to collude in active misrepresentation of something which didn't
need misrepresentation -- it was subtle, but very clear once the pattern was noted. "They" were really good at it too, I suspected the involvement
of a well trained team. After a couple of carefully orchestrated weeks of meetings and interactions, most of the people I worked with engaged in the
collusion without realizing their perceptions about a particular group of ordinary citizens had been purposefully altered.
We will know in a few more days if "they" were lying to us or not. In the interim, you might want to get ready, just in case. It never hurts to be
prepared! Just remember, the function of government is to maintain control above all else -- lying is one of the key tools. Use of deadly force is
another. "They" are not your friends nor can "they" be trusted any further than you can check on them.
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