From: Joshua Laudermilk <joshua.laudermilk.nul> Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 00:18:48 -0400 Archived: Wed, 06 Jul 2011 09:47:54 -0400 Subject: Re: Annie Jacobsen's Roswell Source Cracked? >From: Steve Sawyer <stevesaw.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2011 07:56:54 -0700 >Subject: Re: Annie Jacobsen's Roswell Source Cracked? I really love your post, it's one of the better and more well written I've ever seen on this list. >our right to know the truth about our government's policies >(and how the use of such misbegotten and deleterious practices >has a disruptive, undermining effect on the authority and trust >in the institutions of government) According to 'them' we have no such right to the truth. >and I think such techniques and methods, especially when >employed domestically on US citizens and civilans, should be >thoroughly investigated, exposed, and made illegal due to their >potential negative effects and impact on society and the right >to know in a democratic republic. The collaboration of men responsible for this conspiracy are not subject to US law (or the US constitution) nor to international law. Moreover, the extraterrestrials themselves are not subject to our laws or any other nation's laws or international laws either. It is possible that the humans responsible for the conspiracy (or conspiracies, plural) and cover-ups were instructed to do so by the extraterrestrials, who do not wish to have their existence disclosed to the majority of humankind. The plot to hide the truth then may not resty solely on the hands of men or solely be the doing of men, but they may have been threatened and coerced into fulfilling the will of the extraterrestrials, who, as I pointed out, may not want disclosure. >What do others here think of the morals, ethics, and legality of >the use of such practices by elements of the government? These practices are totally devoid of morality and ethics, they are immoral (or amoral) and unethical. As to the legality, in accordance with an open society and a free society, it would be illegal, but much US legislation has been passed in the last 80 or so years to ensure that, when it comes to black operations, nothing is illegal. Whether it's human experimentation, murder, torture, the destruction of documents, people or property, etc. >Shoud they be the subject of Congressional investigation and >legislation to legally ban such, essentially, negative and >destructive domestic disinformational manipulation or psyops? Neither the humans responsible for keeping the truth from us nor their overlords nor the extratterestrials are subject to Congress. They transcend such authority. >To me, it smacks of the manipulation and propagandizing efforts To me, it indicates that they are malevolent and I'd use the word 'evil'. Sincerely, Josh Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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