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Parts of UFO Disclosure Movement compromised by EBE operatives

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Edited by Iain Mackenzie

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Various representatives within the UFO Disclosure Movement, notably includes Exopolitics groups. Exopolitics groups, have sought to provide leadership in inspiring humanity to become responsible members of what they describe as the broader Galactic Community.

In order to help work toward that goal, Exopolitics groups have sought to help champion UFO Disclosure, and to help “channel” messages attributed to alleged Ethical Extraterrestrials. These channelings include messages of ‘peace’, ‘love’, and environmental stewardship. Sounds ethical, does it? However, just because an explicitly communicated message is benevolent, does not necessarily mean that the consciousness behind it, is. Indeed, that is how the aboriginal peoples of Canada, and other indigenous peoples globally, have been conquered: accepting at face value, messages of peace and friendship, that are designed to pacify “the enemy”, just before the conquest.

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Written by thecanadianheadlines

December 18, 2009 at 10:15 am

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  1. Many in the disclosure questare loath that anyone would bring this up, so here it goes: What if all the lovey-doveys are wrong? These EBEs are deceptive and basically have a hand over us with their ability to telepathically communicate with each other and read the minds of potential enemies. Not to mention the sophistication of their capabilities. I look forward to the chaos of “official” disclosure; and I will keep my phaser set for “stun.”

    Dan Philbin

    December 18, 2009 at 5:09 pm

  2. If they were here to harm us ? They could have a very long time ago. So from that we can deduce that their intentions are not to harm us.

    Michael M

    December 20, 2009 at 7:29 am

  3. The ‘if they wanted to, we’d already be dead’ argument does have some validity. However, there are exceptions to it: They could need us for something, or they might already be getting something out of us doing what we do here on Earth.


    December 20, 2009 at 6:37 pm

  4. I suppose these are a dime a dozen but here goes. Just after 8 PM last night (December 24) while outside having a smoke here in Nanaimo, BC, Canada, I saw two nearly-parallel twinkling very bright reddish stars. This was due south of my location, a bit to the right of Orion’s Belt in the sky. The right-most one was much redder than the other and slightly lower in the sky. I was thinking this was really weird, is that Mars? Then the red one started moving straight down, travelling three or four diameters of the moon in a few seconds. It did not change discernibly in brightness while doing this. I sprinted up the stairs, opened the door, screamed at my wife to come out and see this and ran back down. How long would that have taken when it’s only three steps? Four-five seconds? The red one was gone and the other started to fade in place until it too disappeared in a few seconds. Of course that’s when my wife showed up. My point about the time taken is that this thing apparently travelled away from the Earth at a right-angle in mid-flight.

    I’ve been checking the news – am I the only one in the world that saw this impossible thing? What did I see?

    If you feel compelled to comment, “Rudolph” and “What were you smoking?” will not be appreciated.

    Kelly Franklin

    December 25, 2009 at 4:07 pm

  5. Of course the other big problem in the disclosure movement is its connection with the free energy groups. When an inventor attempts to patent his device he will be killed or have his invention taken away. Total greed anyway. If you have a free energy device you can post it in a hundred places on the net and give it to the world. Can you imagine a world where every kook that wants an unlimited free energy device gets one? Yeah for about a minute. The men in black are the good guys, folks.

    The Prince

    December 28, 2009 at 5:36 pm

  6. Very nice and interesting article.


    January 9, 2010 at 8:06 pm

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