Disclosure & Attention Diversion: What are we missing, and what is the real story?
#21
At the end of the TODAY SHOW video, the anchor says she "Doesn't like this", and "I want to go back to not believing this is real so I can be happy in my apron". These are the people Clif was talking about. It's going to be greatly disturbing for some, liberating for others, and cathartic for those of us waiting for the world to catch up.
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#22
Can't wait to see what kinds of alien food and technology they give us.
Hands Up!  Panties Down!
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#23
Yoda 
We are already chillin with aliens. We just can't see them with the naked eye.
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#24


There is some hard debunking efforts going on. The thing is, they're not taking into consideration the eyewitness testimony of the report claiming that the crafts were "swarming" above the ship. So there's what people saw on the deck of the ship, and then the footage that was leaked.
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#25
The 'pyramid UFO' from the Navy footage has VERY defined edges... that's my only qualm with this debunking.
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#26
They really didn't satisfactorily replicate it, IMO.
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#27
(04-17-2021, 07:37 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: They really didn't satisfactorily replicate it, IMO.

Agreed. Also, it's not testimony from a civilian; it's military personnel on a modern warship. 

What if the story wasn't accompanied by video, but nevertheless released as is? "Several members of a naval crew witnessed pyramid shaped objects swarming their ship, and the craft were maneuvering in a fashion that seemed to reveal an advanced technology". Shouldn't that be huge news all by itself?
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#28
Hands Up!  Panties Down!
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#29
(04-23-2021, 01:33 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote:

8:40 precisely.
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#30
It's kind of surreal to see Jeremy Corbell's name all over this disclosure situation.

I've had some really positive interactions with him back when he was putting together footage for the Lazar documentary (this would have been around 2014).

But the nature of the deployment of disclosure is interesting.

1) Someone "leaks" the footage to Jeremy
2) Jeremy is given "permission" to share it on his own platform via George Knapp (Mystery Wire)
3) Once it's shared, the "Pentagon" admits that it's authentic naval footage, and that they don't know what it is
3.5) It now is a "story" that the Associated Press "takes interest" in.
4) Jeremy avails himself from one location to multiple outlets under the AP umbrella, exactly like a press junket, where an actor sits in a chair with the film poster behind them, and various media outlets sit next to the actor and fire off questions.

*This is a marketing campaign.*

What are we being sold?
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#31
When Russel talks about how absurd it is that we're not all reveling in our oneness, it brought up this paranoid thought I've had forever, which is we're being made to feel like we're all lacking because, 'through our own stupidity we are dividing ourselves and creating unnecessary strife', but the reality is, it's being done to us, unbeknownst to us, and so we blame ourselves. I feel like we're supposed to walk the earth for thousands of years and enjoy the gift of life on earth, but it's all corrupted and divided and shitty, so something went wrong at some point. Evil and greed seeped into things.

I think inner cities are a microcosm of this idea. Ignorant white people talk about black on black crime as a means to degrade black people. But when you consider that inner cities are built with intentionally (this is well documented) super-depressing architecture, walled off on four sides like a prison (one side will be a supermassive concrete wall that divides a highway, another side will be a huge fence dividing a train track, another side will be another giant concrete wall dividing an industrial complex, etc.). Consider that architects were tasked with creating structures that would sap the hope and joy from the people living in them. That's evil incarnate. And then you put a liquor store on ever block. And then you arm children and groom them to sell drugs to numb the fucking nightmare, and encourage gang structure to protect the product. I mean... that is a controlled and implemented and maintained vicious circle. To then blame black people for the crime rate is fucking beyond insult to injury. It's sickening.
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#32
Luis Elizondo (form. director of the Pentagon's very-recently declassified UFO task force) fielding questions from Associate Press entities regarding forthcoming disclosure. 



10:35 in response to the Fox New Whitehouse Correspondent as to whether he thinks the Biden Admin will take the UFO "threat" seriously, he diplomatically avoids sharing his opinion on that, but then he suggests that disclosure has already happened, that the government has already admitted that "this is real" and "we're beyond (wondering whether or not it's legit); we're beyond the rubicon at this point." Given what he knows, it's got to be frustrating waiting for the world to catch up.
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#33
Apparently that's not the source video. It cuts off shortly after the time stamp. It says the source is Mystery Wire, and I see videos of him talking that are clearly filmed during the same period, but it's not the one of him fielding questions from various AP outlets.
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#34
My bad, actually; those videos are in fact that press conference, broken up into three parts.

Link to the channels video page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnF47ix...u7IMit3A0g
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#35


4:30 NY Times asks Lue what new information we can expect with the June report:

He says he thinks it'll be more unknowns than knowns, and given his experience with the 911 report (which took three years to complete) in conjunction with what he describes as a "decades long intelligence failure" regarding UFOs, he feels part of the interim report will be an acknowledgement that more time will be required to come up with a competent assessment. Meh.
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#36
Alien 


6:30 -- Wow. Excellent analogy to describe the potential of a threat regarding the presence of UFO's in our world.
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#37
(04-23-2021, 02:09 PM)Atma Wrote: It's kind of surreal to see Jeremy Corbell's name all over this disclosure situation.

I've had some really positive interactions with him back when he was putting together footage for the Lazar documentary (this would have been around 2014).

But the nature of the deployment of disclosure is interesting.

1) Someone "leaks" the footage to Jeremy
2) Jeremy is given "permission" to share it on his own platform via George Knapp (Mystery Wire)
3) Once it's shared, the "Pentagon" admits that it's authentic naval footage, and that they don't know what it is
3.5) It now is a "story" that the Associated Press "takes interest" in.
4) Jeremy avails himself from one location to multiple outlets under the AP umbrella, exactly like a press junket, where an actor sits in a chair with the film poster behind them, and various media outlets sit next to the actor and fire off questions.

*This is a marketing campaign.*

What are we being sold?

See this is what I was thinking too.

If they have photos of UFOs from 50 ft. away from cockpits taken by regular cameras...

We're gonna need to see that shit soon.

I mean, are we to believe this documentary guy got his hands on this footage and he's bringing this to the public BEFORE the world's governments???

Say what??

So WHERE IS the good shit? WHERE ARE the good pictures?

Is this all BS?
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#38
Whenever they use ONE GUY, I get suspicious...

Reminds me of the Tom DeLonge situation...

There used to be a great informational thread on here about that, but unfortunately it's gone...
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#39
I sure do hate losing good threads ;)
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#40
(04-25-2021, 11:05 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: I mean, are we to believe this documentary guy got his hands on this footage and he's bringing this to the public BEFORE the world's governments???

He's leaked the info by someone who is sitting on the info, so it's someone in the military or government. It's a "controlled leak" if you will. Then he's given permission by this entity to share it on his little platform, and once it's there, the Pentagon is asked if it's authentic, and they say "Yeah, that's actual naval footage." And then it becomes a story. Why wouldn't the Pentagon just release the footage and not go through this song and dance? I'm sure it has something to do with the nature of classification. It's a loophole to work around regulation. It allows certain individuals to "neither confirm nor deny", that type of thing. 

If I had to bet money, it's Lue (the 'retired' head of the pentagon UFO task force) who is leaking the footage to Jeremy. He was asked point blank if he's still involved in retirement, and he said he couldn't comment on it, so that's a yes. That totally makes sense, actually. As the guy who was the leader, he's obviously going to be a major resource for continued effort, and who better to leak the info than someone who is not technically in the government? This is a no brainer.
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