I was recently sent a link to a seemingly unusual place to find an inept attack on the Billy Meier UFO case, the OccupyTheory website. According to the info on the site:
We are a online magazine that focuses on important issues related to the Occupy movement. Our journalists write about topics in the fields of climate change, activism, environment, and human rights.
So exactly why did they choose write a purely skeptical attack on the Meier case, use the outdated and inaccurate information and provide no links to any of our sites? Could it be because someone there was aware that Meier had criticized the stupid Occupy movement in “as the time fulfills”?
Certainly Prof. Zahi’s analysis on the WCUFO was already available when they wrote the article and they could’ve tested a photo themselves. They also could have recently learned that Phil Langdon chickened out of the debate with me, probably also because it’s obvious that he really didn’t – and couldn’t – duplicate the details of the WCUFO.
Still, since the site claims to discuss the pros and cons of numerous social and environmental issues, how is it that there’s no mention whatsoever of Meier’s abundant, prophetically accurate information pertaining to many of these exact topics?
I have only two theories as to why the Meier case is attacked here. One is that they are simply bad, shallow, trendy “researchers”. The other is that they are perhaps a kind of “rat catcher” site for the CIA or some other intelligence gathering agency set up to track people who are interested in quasi-alternative news and subjects. If so, they also want to direct people away from where real, vitally important information can be found.
Something “conspiratorial” to ponder on this Sunday morning.
Thanks to Adam Coate for the information.