posted on Mar, 22 2013 @ 01:45 AM
In reviewing the situation there are forces preventing, limiting, restricting and questioning disclosure. Just look at this thread as one of many
examples. In this case there is a strong public willingness to discredit despite a large foundation of evidence in the public domain supporting the
presence and contact with ET's. As for any threats an alien species could make to prevent disclosure, human stupidity is the main one that comes to
mind as the social perceptions will need to readjust to a more realistic picture of our place in this world from the more self centered position.
Stockmarket crashes, power struggles and the inappropriate use with a host of new technological toys are many common perceived threats associated with
In trying to understand any alien agenda is no easy process with so much disinformation and scattered stories around the place, so try putting
yourself in their place. As a race that has mastered interstellar travel, there is quite likely many planets that are being watched by many different
small teams. With limited resources they are more interested in their research projects than going on Opera, other talk shows and getting mass public
attention. Considering how discriminatory some humans can be it is very much in their interest to keep a low profile.
As for how disclosure will go, I see it more like the gradually turning of the tide rather than someone suddenly switching on a light. The internet
does provide a great resource for people to find what they are looking for when they are ready. There was quite a long and drawn out battle to
establish that the Earth was round and not flat with those early explores pushing for the change. The truth is out there...