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BlackOperation19

area 51 employee interview

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From what I read sounds more like a disgruntled employee.

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Well based on his story he would have to be disgruntled. Thats the benifit to this kind of thing. It really doesnt require much to keep it secret, if there is something to keep secret because no one will believe it without a epic journey into the heart of it all, then when they believe, and try to tell another, they become the crazy disgruntled one. Would be cool to see some 115.

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What bothered me about the interview was something right near the beginning:

We are in a quarantine because we are so ignorant; our ignorance

keeps us from meeting them. Big brother reaches out the hand and

says, "Come over, little brother, let's have the cosmic connection,"

but we have to become a world together -- earthlings.

We are about 170 nations -- 170 languages; we have to come together.

When we have a spokesman, then we will meet on equal ground.

Does anybody else get the sense that he's screwing with us here?

"Aliens won't talk to us until someone conquers the Earth and eliminates all cultures and languages but one."

That is MESSED UP...

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We shall have world government whether or not we like it. The only question is whether the world government will be achieved by conquest or consent

-James Warburg To the United States Senate Committee on foreign relations 1950

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