No Manufactured UFO Craft
By The Sage (firstname.lastname@example.org)
5) And then there is the issue of human competence.
Humans have never demonstrated the creativity, innovation, or ingenuity
to develop and hide any UFO technology for 53 years. That is laughable.
I am fascinated by the attitude of the UFO community toward the military
and intelligence agencies, which seems to vacillate between hatred
and worship. My own attitude toward government agencies tends toward
the cynical at all times. For example, it does not surprise me that
the CIA might try remote viewing as an intelligence tool, any more
than it surprises me that the US Armed Forces paid thousands of dollars
for a screwdriver. But a screwdriver is not worth thousands of dollars,
is it? If UFO technology was available to humans, why haven't they
ever used it? Take for example, the Gulf War. No technology was available
to take the place of the incompetent Patriot missiles, surely that
would have been a perfect time to use our UFO technology, but we didn't.
What are they waiting for? WWIII?
A promise was made that if the public switches to
the belief that UFOs are human technology that, "much more ground
will be gained towards you goal of getting to the truths of ET visitation,"
but before I would consider any extraordinary claim like that, I would
first ask to see a guarantee of proof -- and there is absolutely nothing
to back up the claim that UFOs are human technology other then the
appeal to "Believe me when I say...". Instead of blindly
believing, let us instead see the proof of how much verifiably closer
anyone has gotten to the "truth" with this "theory"
already. According to library, no one has gotten close to the truth
at all, hence the reason someone would ask for the support of as many
believers as possible before that their belief would allegedly give
results. Obviously, there is no logical or rational reason to accept
the claim that UFOs are human technology; it is just an appeal to
yet another sub-religion of UFOlogy.
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