Source: The Sage (email@example.com)
Gary was not silenced. He chose to sell his soul to the highest bidder
and that to me tells me all I need to know about Gary and the value
system that motivates him. It doesn't appear to me, not from Gary's
actions, that he ever wanted to share his ongoing encounters with the
world to get the truth out. No, from what I can see, he only wanted
to use you to get the publicity he needed to get offers for money and
fame. I mean, whatever happened to his claim you indirectly quoted from
him, that he wanted to learn some answers as to what he and his family
were experiencing? Is sensationalizing his supposedly real-life experience
going to accomplish that for him now -- or is that no longer a priority?
If the ET/paranormal phenomenon were physically real (as opposed to
imaginary), then one would reasonably expect that the person asserting
their alleged experience would not want to cheapen it by sensationalizing
it or selling their soul to the highest bidder, instead we would reasonably
expect that they would want to resist the media hounds and the hush
money and let the world know that they take this seriously and that
this is no joke. But it is too late, it is just another joke now.
If I really believed in the reality of the ET/paranormal phenomenon,
I would suggest to all my (seriously believing) friends to boycott the
movie if any of you believe in the reality of the ET phenomenon. I would
tell them to show the world that we weren't joking, that this phenomenon
is real, and that we weren't going to let any government representative,
any lawyer, or any Hollywood producer silence us or make a mockery out
of what was supposed to be a traumatic experience for Gary Lowrey, but
has now turned into a happy and profitable experience.
As I have stated before in this group, incidents like
this, even if they were true and factual, can only seem to further damage
what I view as the UFO community's already poor reputation, but I am
starting to wonder if the UFO community even gives a damn about reality
or their reputation?