posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 12:01 PM
Originally posted by Spooky Fox Mulder
Think about it. If I was to cover-up a good genuine UFO footage - what better way of doing it is to get a lot of disinfo agents to post comments on
the video such as: "THIS IS SO FAKE!", "THIS IS TOTALLY CGI!" and so on. Just use one disinfo agent and then the snowball starts
I don't dismiss the possibility of disinformation agents being involved, but aren't you missing a group of people who complain about CGI and fake
videos? You know, the ones who know
what they're talking about?
As it's painfully obvious, not everyone is equipped or have the skills to identify CGI videos. Some people, however, do.
Have that in mind, next time you see a UFO footage out there that is labeled "fake".
If UFO footage "out there" is compelling and the experts aren't able to debunk it, then it's interesting
footage, but no footage will ever
be definitive proof
of anything, so I really have to wonder what you're trying to accomplish here.
It seems to me you're trying to keep people always
doubting the conclusion and analysis of UFO videos that have been labeled fake.
It's obvious from your many threads and posts that you spread and support a lot of outlandish theories and stories, often without even presenting any
shred of anecdotal evidence.
Another objective of a disinformation artist, as I suspect you might know, is misdirection - keeping people looking in the wrong direction.
I wonder who wins when people keep focused on, mudslinging and shouting at each other about UFO videos which have been debunked to a reasonable
degree? It's certainly not the search of truth.
[edit on 12-10-2009 by converge]