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For the rest of us: I say it's important information…just use it wisely.
They garner more attention- negative or not it's attention for some
reply to post by WhiteAlice
If such a person could be identified for sure, it would be interesting to see what they were trying manipulate, shoot down and what they were trying to propagate. It could lead to learning some truths.
Now everyone here thinks that anyone who ever disagrees with what they are saying about anything could be a government shill.
edit on 25-2-2014 by PhoenixOD because: (no reason given)
Yep and even if one isn't 100% certain, it can still be interesting to see if there's a pattern. Then again, that's coming from somebody who IS a self declared pattern junky, lol.
reply to post by MysterX
Spying on the American public is a relatively easy thin to do autonomously. But a complex operation like the one described in the OP can only be co-ordinated by teams of real people using significant resources. The operation would be costly and man power intensive. Because of this it would be restricted to high value targets who are producing a significant threat.
So dangerous terrorist groups or hackers attacking government websites and computer systems..yes. Joe Bloggs posting he has solved zero point energy with a few home made batteries and a set of Lego in his moms garage?...er no.
Where did you get that idea? that's anathema to debate.
reply to post by dreamingawake
Interesting and well presented OP :up
Problem here at ATS is now whenever one of those crazy Mars anomaly threads pop up, and someone calls it out for what it is (it's a rock!)....I can all ready here the screams of "shill!"....."disinfo agent!"....."paid poster!" with a reference back to this thread