Re: Chuck Clark & MJ-12

Message posted by MORRISON on July 30, 2003 at 20:46:21 PST:

Priests and people that wouldn't normally lie about that kind of thing were among some of the witnesses.

I like to think of it this way: If they don't exist, why is there so much fuss. For example take something that we KNOW doesn't exist and try and make a big deal out of it, there is nothing that the whole world makes a big deal out of, if it's proven not to exist.

There wouldn't be such a worldwide fuss if there wasn't some truth to it, and there wouldn't be so much government secrecy if it wasn't important, or if it was TOO important for the public.

Documents with a new classification above TOP SECRET, secret military installations that the government denies its existance, etc.

There's just so much to it, you can't really say it's hogwash or that there's no proof. I think the situation in itself is proof. That's just my opinion, everyone is free to believe what they want about it.

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In Reply to: Re: Chuck Clark & MJ-12 posted by RedOctober on July 30, 2003 at 20:17:56 PST:


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