MarioOnTheFly wrote:But some are genuine, cases are world wide spread. Some very highly positioned people have come out and testified about what they saw. Since mainstream public still thinks of the phenomenon as a fantasy crazy kooks made up, there is a stigma that comes with publicly stating a belief in UFO's.
Sorry if I seem to nit-pick on your words but you wrote that "highly positioned people have come out testified about what they saw". I am not sure what you mean here... but I know that nobody ever "testified" in the legal sense of the world. Using that word makes it seem as if something official, undeniable, and checked against raw evidence has happened.
Nothing of the sort.
All we have is a bunch of elite people, mostly of hollywoodian extraction, adding to this gigantic psyop everytime it seems to die down in the public consciousness. Frankly I don't see how this should add credibility to it. Is Dan Akroyd specially credible to you? Why would that be?
Then, I would also object to mystic connotation of the world "belief" in connection to the word "UFO".
For some reason UFOs seem to be offered to the public as a glimpse into an alternative religion to come, a new messiah that will provide all the answers + free energy + happy sex life for all. I don't get this idea. All we have is the occasional sight of strange objects in the sky. Why the mysticism?
Originally UFOs were all about fear, back in the "War of the Worlds" or "Roswell" days. WWII and later the cold war ruled, after all. Then came Spielberg and his "Encounters" -- and all of a sudden UFOs were these beings meddling with our moral choices and picking the best among us to "save the earth" and all that crap.
How not to see, or at least, how not to wonder that this fluctuating of the idea of UFOs reflects the fluctuating of this PsyOp against the background of a worldwide theater of mass deception?