If anything he says has merit, he may have a good reason for extra security. "They" wouldn't come after you if you know nothing.
I see. So how's it work exactly, do "they" specifically come after you during public speaking events... ??
You know, I've seen you make some really intelligent, on-point posts, but I get the overwhelming sense that you need to work on your imagination and
open up your mind. You really can't envision how this could be possible?
I'd say the obvious and easiest ways that could be done would be with a bomb, or a "lone nut" shooter scenario. Mind you, I'm not saying that
would happen, or that this supposed security is even necessary-- I'm just pointing out that it's 100% possible for someone to arrange the death of a
public figure at a speaking event.
If someone could get the president of the USA in a moving vehicle, surrounded by secret service, I'm pretty sure "they" could take out a UFOlogy
speaker at a public event. With or without security there, truth be told.
That being said-- If he is telling the truth in all his claims (or believes he is), it does make sense for him to have security. I would, if I felt I
were truthfully making such claims. On the other hand, I could easily see this as the move of a charlatan, or someone who just wanted to increase the
hype surrounding his story. It really is a nice touch. I bet wilcock was face-palming and saying "Why didn't I
think of that one first?"
There is also the possibility that he's come to distrust some of his own conspiracy-theorist fans. Let's be real here-- we don't always get the
best rep in the media. And there is reason
for that. There are some real kooks out there. The kind of people who think they can get a date with
a movie star by committing high profile murder. Or people who think some nefarious group is transmitting thoughts and orders into their brain. Then
again, maybe these last two groups really represent victims of MKULTRA style programs, and are actually manchurian candidates, sent in to take out
PS-- I thought his movie was decent. Not as good as I hoped / expected, and way over-hyped with some of the claims he made (about the film before it
was released). But not bad, anyway.