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Re: Why The Cover-Up? - Boone

From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 10:43:53 EDT
Archived: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 09:28:47 -0400
Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up? - Boone

>From: Peter B. Davenport <director.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 17:35:36 -0700
>Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?

>>From: Richard Hall <hallrichard99.nul>
>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2007 22:26:33 +0000
>>Subject: Re: Why The Cover-Up?


>>I sometimes agree with Bob. This is one of those occasions. His
>>is a very reasonable line of thought. When it comes to the
>>ultimate questions we are all stuck with speculation, some of
>>which can be far more reasonable than others.

>>My own thinking (especially after reading the Carey-Schmitt
>>book) is that the military and obviously the President were
>>faced with sudden, undeniable proof of alien visitation without
>>having a clue as to who they were, where they came from, why
>>they were here, or what kind of danger they posed to humanity.

>>Cover-up as a decision at that point is extremely easy to

>Dick, et al,

>I don't subscribe to CNN, and in fact, my television is so olde
>that it isn't even compatible with cable TV, so I didn't see the
>fiasco with Larry King. However, I have read the transcript,
>compliments of this List, so I believe I have a fairly clear
>picture of what took place there. It appears to have been a
>'rerun' of the LK 'interview in the desert', which occurred on
>September 30, 1994, or perhaps the day after.

>What interests me more than the original program is the
>subsequent debate the program stimulated, both on this List, and
>elsewhere. The one thing I observe is that everyone who has
>addressed the question of a presumed cover-up has done so,
>predicating his/her views on the notion that the apparent
>presence of UFOs on our planet is 'hermetically' separated from
>the U. S. government, its policies, and actions. This assumption
>may be flawed...

Finally, someone else is getting this! Right on Peter Davenport!

>The question that concerns me most is whether the (presumed)
>occupants of the UFOs might have succeeded, over the last 60
>years, or so, in insinuating themselves into our culture, to the
>extent that they can manipulate events on a large scale.
>Moreover, they are able to do so in a fashion that leaves the
>perpetrators not only undetected, but even unsuspected.

The real deal is the occupants have been here since day one.
They're not omnipotent nor omnipresent but they're good at
covering a lot of ground. Our blowing up of stuff on a massive
scale as well as advances in education resulting in new levels
of awareness got them all ruffled under the gills. We are not
being invaded, we_are the invaders. We just forget to cover up
our own despicable acts towards one another.

>Given the findings of abduction researchers, I see nothing that
>militates against this possibility. Alien technology appears to
>be so far advanced beyond anything humans have yet invented, it
>may occur right under our noses and we don't recognize it for
>what it is.

Bingo. We use the same tactics. Less powerful but from the same
school. It's called psychiatry, coercion, electro-shock,
narcotics, electronic wave and behavior modification and when
those don't work we use good ol' fashioned humiliation and
invalidation, ridicule. People will run into a lightning storm,
fight a she-bear with their bare hands, punch sharks and wrassle
with wolverines, but you threaten them with humiliation they'll
ball up like an Amarillo armadillo on a hot Texas day.

>If an alien civilization is technologically advanced enough to
>be able to travel to Earth from whatever they call home, it
>seems unlikely to me that our planet would be the first alien
>culture they would have encountered along the way. Hence, they
>may have visited enough civilizations at our level of
>development that the whole process of 'introduction' might be
>'old hat' to them by now. Certainly, they would have recognized
>the same principles of 'battle' that were recognized by Sun Tzu,
>and others, over the course of human history, namely, that the
>best form of 'attack' is the one that your adversary is least
>apt to anticipate, or least able to detect. I can't imagine that
>this simple principle would have been lost on an intelligent,
>technology-based civilization.

They're not worried about our weapons. They're worried about the
real_us. Those old sayings, 'I jumped out of my skin!' or 'I was
beside myself with...' are true. We have a culture that makes
billions off of religious beliefs but then acts as those beliefs
are foolish. At least 5 billion people on this planet believe in
spiritualism. Even in this day of nano-technology and iPods
those beliefs have not waned and it's still growing. Why?
Because deep down inside we know it's true that we're not just
flesh and blood. There's more to us than meets the eye and that
scares the hell out of some.

>If the scenario I outline above has merit, it points out to us
>all, I suspect, how far we have to go to educate the public
>about the UFO/alien phenomenon, and how important our work may
>be. If we are unable to prove, to everyone's satisfaction, that
>UFO's are a real phenomenon, how are we _ever_ going to be able
>to convince our fellow citizens that some of the crazy events we
>see taking place on this planet may be being instigated by
>aliens, or somehow under their influence?! This is Spielberg

I've said so many times before what's really going on doesn't
fit the profile of the nuts and bolts scientists because they
can't see past their own testubes. Our government is incapable
of mounting and maintaining a cover up of this magnitude. But we
don't ever want to find out that there might be more powerful
and influential governing bodies afoot. You can tell by the
actions. Notice how we're always meddling in the middle east?
You tell me what the real agenda is. By now you'd think America
would take care of America's business but we've become 2nd class
citizens to some other agenda. The forces at work didn't expect
the likes of Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine. That moment in
history toppled more than one empire.

>My observation also underscores the possibility that those of us
>in ufology may err in expecting that the U. S. government, or
>any other social institution, will ever act so as to reveal the
>truth about the UFO phenomenon. They may be under quiet
>influence by the very presence we are attempting to reveal, and
>even those humans being influenced may not be aware of it!

>If there is merit to any of my observations above, then we may
>have big trouble on our hands...

Peter Davenport never ceases to amaze me. A practically one man
army running the NUFORC. Amazing.

Bottom line is, there is no cover up. What we have here is not a
cover up but an unwillingness to address, confront, and disclose
via official means.

I've said it before, I don't need the U.S. government to tell me
the Sun just rose or that water is wet. I can see that for
myself. We're granting our government power that is not theirs
to wield. It's up to_us to determine what's real for us not the
other way around. Reader, did you ask the government whether
your wife or husband or children or parents love you? No. You
can determine that for yourself. Do you ask the government if
God exists? No, you make your own choices and observations
independent of a bunch of politicians. Why ask a politician what
the face of reality is? They're supposed to be working for us
not the other way around.

Again, another bottom line. We're part of a bigger governing
body that is in jeopardy. We're all part of it but through
choice and manipulation via technology we forget or go into
denial. Unless we exercise our rights as established by the
Constitution of the U.S. we're going to continue to be under the
pall of these higher principalities.

There's nothing more dangerous in this universe than a person
who is in control of their own self determinism.



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