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Re: New Revelations On The Origins Of MJ-12

From: Brad Sparks <RB47x.nul>
Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2007 16:39:06 EDT
Archived: Sun, 02 Sep 2007 18:10:27 -0400
Subject: Re: New Revelations On The Origins Of MJ-12

>From: Gerald O'Connell <gac.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2007 15:24:54 +0100
>Subject: Re: New Revelations On The Origins Of MJ-12

>>From: Stuart Miller <stuart.4.nul>
>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2007 11:09:07 +0100
>>Subject: Re: New Revelations On The Origins Of MJ-12


>Am I alone in becoming less and less interested in (for example)
>whether Ike had the right type of typewriter, yet more and more
>interested in questions like the following?

And less and less interested in another 20 years of fruitless
arguments over whether Ike had the right security stamps, etc.

>- How much potential investigative effort is being wastefully
>burned up by these disputes?

Precisely the intended purpose of the disinformation operations.
It is not aimed at the Russians!

>- Why do so many smart investigators seem to have forgotten that
>it is a basic rule of espionage/black ops/forensic investigation
>etc. that when the other side says "Hey guys! Over Here! Look at
>all this!" (and I'm talking about the whole Roswell, MJ-12
>phenomenon here), then you nod politely, make a low-effort show
>of interest, but actually direct all your real resources
>elsewhere (and if you suspect a double-bluff, then you ignore
>the call completely, secure in the knowledge that they'll always
>come back with more)?

Because they are so fixated on the search for aliens that when
the government keeps trotting out bogus "alien proofs" they keep
thinking that means there is some alien proof somewhere, or that
the bogus proof is not bogus but genuine. How many AF Colonels
"coming forward" with the same alien bulls--t year after year
before you say "enough is enough! we don't believe it!"

Has to be high enough rank so that the rank is impressive to the
naive, but generals are hard to force into lying. However lots
of colonels are out there who will never make general and plenty
who are willing to do whatever AFOSI tells them to do. And they
can always deny it later or say they were misquoted or
misunderstood, in fact that helps add to the confusion intended.

Many are probably told it's their patriotic duty -- to lie and
say they "knew someone" in the AF who captured a live alien and
hid him in a safe house for three years, conversing about
Tibetan music and strawberry ice cream.

>- Why in hell, if they wanted serious investigation of the MJ-
>12/Roswell issue, whistle-blowers wouldn't send their stuff to
>Len Stringfield instead of to a cast of characters who belong in
>a made-for-cable comedy about wannabe government agents?

You've got to be kidding? Stringfield? Why in hell wouldn't
genuine leakers (there is no wrongdoing involved so no "whistle-
 blowing") go to the NY Times?? The fact they don't tells you
they aren't genuine leakers, but plants, agents provocateur,
agents peddling disinformation.

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