posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 12:50 PM
First off, my apologies for not knowing which forum to post this in, 9/11 or UFO, I think it goes best as a conspiracy post.
I have read certain theories that the Phoenix Lights sighting might have actually been a government-developed black project, perhaps a ‘stealth
blimp’ as some have guessed, or something along those lines. Some have argued against this, stating that it would not make any sense to test such a
blimp over a major metropolitan area. Why would the government (or shadow government) do such a thing?
Here’s possibly why: to test their control of the media, evidence and public opinion.
On the one hand: with the proliferation of video, file sharing and independent media outlets (web), how successful could our shadow government be at
covering up in this new age of technology? Previously, they have been (very) successfully covering up the JFK assassination. But as technology
increased, they lost their tight grip. Examples include TWA flight 800, CIA involvement with drug dealing in LA, the reality of the Iraq war, etc.
Was the tech revolution eroding their control of mass media and public opinion? How far had it gone?
On the other hand: they have been successful in consolidating the major media outlets, media content over airwaves remains in the tight control of
the few, and TV, Newspapers censorship is alive and well. Was this level of control enough to cover a major ‘operation’(such as to bring down
the twin towers) while remaining in complete control? They needed to find out. They needed a major happening first to gauge their effectiveness in
stopping the evidence, swaying public opinion and curbing media investigations. When they decided to ‘go’ with 9/11 (as an inside job), how
could they judge whether they could control the investigations in this fast changing technological world? The Phoenix Lights could be a test of this
magnitude. If they could keep this under wraps, perhaps they could be successful at pulling off the destruction of the WTC.
It’s a theory. What do you think?