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Re: Larry King Live UFOs Now Friday Night

From: Joe McGonagle <joe.mcgonagle.nul>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 22:46:52 +0000
Archived: Sun, 11 Nov 2007 08:20:31 -0500
Subject: Re: Larry King Live UFOs Now Friday Night

I was sad enough to stay up and watch the programme last night.

On balance, I think it was quite good, it didn't do any harm.

I thought Shirley MacClaine was the most likely to scare off any
serious interest, with comments like:

"I don't want to get into arguments are they real or not
anymore. I've had too much experience talking to people all over
the world - particularly in Peru - who have satisfied me."


"And he [John Mack] said that we have to get clear in our own
heads and our own consciousness what God is."


"They're [The contactees (are)] being taught that we are
trashing the planet in a fierce way. Be careful. Then we're
being taught that they, too - even though they may be extremely
superior in many technological ways, they're trying to teach us
about the superiority of our technical spirits and knowledge
that we haven't even touched."


"That's the problem here. We need the governments to reveal
these files. The Chinese have done it. The Brazilians have done
it. The French did it about a month ago and it so lit up their
switchboard it crashed their Net."

I wasn't aware that the Chinese have released their official UFO
documentation, is anyone else? Also, I don't know what MacClaine
expects to find in any Government documents. The majority of
them have already been released in the US, and we're well on the
way to the same situation here in the UK. If the documents don't
contain what she _believes_ is in there, no doubt the cover-up
accusations will just continue.

The duty sceptic (James McGaha) started off very feeble, but did
improve. He eventually managed to make a few good points,
notably in relation the Rendlesham Radiation (virtually Nick
Pope's only contribution to the show).

I think that the other thing the programme demonstrated was the
sheer confusion surrounding Rendlesham - multiple events,
multiple contributory factors, late reporting, mistakes in
dates, and no effective official investigation.

I'm not overly familiar with some of the cases discussed, but
some interesting details were offered by McGaha in relation to
the JAL1628 airline encounter.

On the whole, it wasn't worth waiting up for, there were no new
revelations (are there ever?), but it didn't to any damage
either. The Press conference may be lucky and strike a note with
the media, given the notoriety of UFOs in recent political
debates on-air. It won't take long for the nutters to destroy
any positive reaction, though.



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