Gracist wrote:Wow interesting show you posted and interesting story about Juno. Very nice. It seems like this could be what he was talking about or its at least so similar its pretty crazy.
Gracist wrote:Wow this is really fascinating stuff you have brought up here. I'm going to have to look deeper into all this. Very nice research.
Dcopymope wrote:Gracist wrote:Wow this is really fascinating stuff you have brought up here. I'm going to have to look deeper into all this. Very nice research.
I think that over the next few years there will be a series of staged events or catastrophes that will be blamed on or connected in some way shape or form to some extraterrestrial group from somewhere in the universe or "UFOs" in the lead up to 2016, the year Juno is supposed to make contact with Jupiter, or maybe at a later date. Consider the reports below and you'll see that more & more every single issue is now about aliens.
They will than present us with what to the public will be concrete proof of life in space. As Mr. Cooper said at the 24:55 mark of the video, this evidence will have to be produced in a laboratory through genetic engineering, robotics, cloning, or the creation of human animal hybrids, so that they can show us something that to us would look and sound 'alien', which would have to be controlled remotely through a brain chip.
(and I guarantee you they’ve been doing this for much longer than three years)
Gracist wrote:I'm sure they've been doing it for more than 3 years too. I agree with you there is such a volume of ET references/predictive programming in the media now that it really does seem like that is where they're going to take their control system next. It will be even harder for brainwashed people to resist ET dictates if they already can't stand up to human tyrants. Tons of people already believe in aliens from another planet and everything and the general population believes in the Apollo missions and astronots so when you have Buzz and those guys (and for some reason people believe all these Air Force pilots like they are automatically credible) talking about seeing UFOs it becomes pretty apparent to me that the average idiot on the street is never going to question the validity of UFOs/aliens. Plus you already have most people believing ridiculous looking CGI "news" footage of catastrophes so I don't think making some fake alien invasion footage and putting it on the news would be a problem.
Gracist wrote:Notice how conditioned people are to just stare at their TVs during a "crisis" instead of actually looking outside at what is going on in their immediate vicinity?
Unleashed wrote:What page is this on in The Report From Iron Mountain playbook?
Dateline: Farmhouse in Upstate New York circa 1966
Little Green Men? Are you sure about this?
Of course, in 3 years time people will believe anything we tell them about space travel!
Is this before or after the chapter on "Let's try scaring them with Global Warming via Co2". Oh, that's what plants need in order to give off oxygen? OK, how about, "Terrorist, Terrorist, Terrorist!"?
Do you think they'll buy it?
Credibility, in fact, lies at the heart of the problem of developing a political
substitute for war. This is where the space-race proposals, in many ways so well
suited as economic substitutes for war, fall short. The most ambitious and
unrealistic space project cannot of itself generate a believable external menace.
It has been hotly argued that such a menace would offer the "last, best hope of
peace," etc., by uniting mankind against the danger of destruction by "creatures"
from other planets or from outer space. Experiments have been proposed to test
the credibility of an out-of-our-world invasion threat; it is possible that a few of
the more difficult-to-explain "flying saucer" incidents of recent years were in
fact early experiments of this kind. If so, they could hardly have been judged
encouraging. We anticipate no difficulties in making a "need" for a giant super
space program credible for economic purposes, even were there not ample
precedent; extending it, for political purposes, to include features unfortunately
associated with science fiction would obviously be a more dubious undertaking.
Nevertheless, an effective political substitute for war would require "alternate
enemies," some of which might seem equally farfetched in the context of the
current war system...
However unlikely some of the possible alternate enemies we have mentioned
may seem, we must emphasize that one must be found, of credible quality and
magnitude, if a transition to peace is ever to come about without social
disintegration. It is more probably, in our judgement, that such a threat will
have to be invented, rather than developed from unknown conditions.
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