Originally posted by Dastardly666
Assuming of course it hasn't already been done!
In 2010, the UN appointed Mazlan Othman as the Space Ambassador to greet ET on our planet.
Personally, I don't think she is the best choice and someone else should have been given the job.
The United Nations did not appoint anybody to be anything like a space ambassador. That was discovered shortly after the story came out. It's very
strange, because I'm pretty sure the original article making that claim was written by the science editor of rather major UK newspaper. How does a
journalist in that kind of position fudge up that badly?
My personal theory is that he did not fudge up. I speculate that the "alien ambassador" thing was used to draw attention away from the retired U.S.
military guys who were speaking at the National Press Club that week about what they had been privy to regarding UFOs and nuclear weapons during their
time on active duty.
The mainstream media had picked up that story and were playing it up quite a bit in the week or so prior to the press event. About two days before
the scheduled press conference, the Othman story came out. Within about 24 hours it was debunked and subsequently linked in several Op Ed pieces in
major newspapers to the UFO/nuke event under the general notion of "that crazy little green men stuff".
The same kind of thing occurred in 2007 when James Fox and Leslie Kean held their event at the National Press Club in which a number of - well -
generals, pilots and government officials spilled the sh!t regarding their experiences with UFOs.
This was a super-credible lineup of serious people, and it might have had way more coverage in the media had it not been for...you guessed it, an even
MORE sensational "alien" related story that was hyped up and then quickly disembunked. On that occasion, a Colorado man promised to reveal to the
press smoking-gun video proof of aliens (remember the supposed ET peeking through the dude's window?) on the EXACT SAME DAY as the much more credible
and significant event at the National Press Club.
The formula for neutralizing any unacceptably credible UFO-related story seems to go like this:
1. Distract attention from the credible UFO-related news with a sensational fake UFO-related story.
2. Reveal the sensational fake story as bunk.
3. Associate the bunk UFO story with the credible UFO story in the public's perception.
Just a hypothesis, but it's based on two separate but very similar observations. Next time there is an event scheduled to occur that is of the
caliber of the UFO-nuke event or the generals, pilots et al event, look for another UFO and/or alien related story to pop up alongside it in the media
and to be subsequently deflated and linked with the serious story.
Sound crazy? Read "The Missing Times: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-up" by Terry Hansen
Oh, and also watch this video
in which Hansen discusses the CIA-UFO connection.