Why the topic of UFOs has been marginalized and made ripe for spreading disinformation
I’m following up on this recent blog where, among other things, I mentioned a website very aptly named TTD, i.e. The Truth Denied, where they do indeed deny the truth. While some people may think I’m a masochist to bother with such ignoramuses, I’ve continued to approach people seemingly interested in the real truth about UFOs, extraterrestrials, etc., with some optimism. Clearly, it’s again misplaced.
The genius who’s all hung up on his 1973 “UFO sighting”, Jim Kerr, indicated that he was going to look into the information and evidence I sent to him regarding the Meier contacts. To understand one of the main reasons that America’s fate is sealed, you can read through Kerr’s response to the voluminous content I sent him, clearly revealing that he actually delved into none of it:
Billy Meier is, without a doubt, a hoaxter. I reviewed Meier’s claims years ago, and again over the last several days. I took a look at everything you provided along with recent information. I looked at Dr. Bruce Maccabee’s investigation, along with every other investigation on the internet, and Meier’s is a hoaxter looking to make money.
With all the recent news regarding UFO’s, I can understand why Meier is again promoting his fake UFO sightings and prophesies, but I’m not buying it. Plus, there is a new UFO generation of future cult members Meier can solicit, and bring into the fold, which is sad. Right now, because of recent ufology news, every faker and their brother is trying to make a name for themselves by passing off fake UFO sightings.
I expose hoaxes for “The Black Vault.” I have investigated many reported UFO sightings, films, and photos. The majority are misidentifications or hoaxes. If there were an award for the best UFO hoaxers, Meier would surely win the trophy. The jury is in on Meier’s. He’s a fraud, and I would only be wasting my time if I interviewed you and published a story to “The Truth Denied,” and “The Black Vault.”
Among many things, I provided Kerr with Joe Tysk’s definitive analysis and skeptical-challenge-ending article which, of course, he couldn’t rebut, nor even comment on. But what should I expect from a religiously deluded, so-called investigator who believes in “demonic, fallen angels, or malevolent dimensional beings” and disinformation specialists like To The Stars Academy, Tom DeLonge , and Luis Elizondo?
To appreciate (if that’s the right word) how and why this poor imbecile regurgitates such false, unsubstantiated, skeptical nonsense, you may consider that he “contributes” to not only TTD but also toThe Black Vault, another disinformation organ fronted by John Greenwald who, when I first encountered him years ago, was a young UFO enthusiast just ripe for spreading UFO disinformation*, which it appears he was successfully recruited to do. Then again, maybe he did it all on his own and gravitated to the b.s. naturally.
Greenwald is among the many wannabes who get infuriated by my representing that Meier’s contacts with the Plejaren are singularly authentic. And I have a funny feeling that Kerr’s mere mention of Meier and me made him feel wonderfully warm and fuzzy all over.
There are reasons why the topic of UFOs has been marginalized and made ripe for spreading disinformation that furthers the agenda of the various darker forces on Earth. It’s the perfect vehicle (no pun intended) to gather the attention of bible thumpers, conspiracy theorists, sci-fi enthusiasts and other, unaffiliated and fearful types.
The field of UFOlogy itself has zero scientific standards, and allows and encourages know-nothing wannabes and charlatans, like the above-mentioned poseurs, to peddle their drivel to many equally unqualified, non-thinking people looking for entertainment, etc.
It would all be harmless enough if it wasn’t actually a major tool in keeping the people of the world in ignorance and effectively oblivious to the various, now unstoppable, environmental, geophysical and financial events that are descending upon us.
*On EP 36, I’ll explain why I use the term “UFO disinformation” so frequently pertaining to so-called “UFO researchers/experts, etc.”