Topic: A Question About Aliens
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Definitely something to keep in mind in the coming years ahead.
There was one thought that's been going through my head, and that's if the governments throughout the world will ever risk openly sharing the evidence that proves aliens exist. The perceived risks inherent in doing such a thing could potentially undermine the alien agenda. It would be in their interests to maintain the status quo, for belief in aliens to be regarded as a "fringe belief", as our governments get played like pawns against eachother to suit the needs of the galactic and hyper-dimensional trading collectives that have shown a great interest in the jewel that is Earth. I believe that to reveal such things, as Marshall Vian Summers has done and continues to do, throws a ratchet in the multi-galactic corporations machine, and leads humanity away from the sheperds of power, and thus forms a threat to their power. Therefore, it seems highly unlikely that any current government, with the current leaders in power, will ever reveal to the public what's going on. After all, they probably don't even know it themselves.
It's the compartmentalization of information that is the key to the alien intervention. Truth can be a dangerous thing if it lies within the hands of an individual who isn't fearful of revealing it, and thus the natural tendancy for humanity to help eachother, to warn the other of danger is mitigated by the fact that %99.99 of the population knows only fragments of the puzzle, and that's how the intervention succeeds.
As a wise man once said "Those who wander are sad". Those who come to our planet, seeking to sustain themselves due to poor choices they made during their evolution, deserve our pity, but certainly not our allegience. They are a sad people, yet until, as Marshall says, we know more about their intentions beyond a shadow of a doubt, they are not to be trusted.
When one considers why empires truly expand, it's usually due to overpopulation, and the desire to obtain more riches to sustain a dying homeland. In the cases of many of these races currently belonging to trading collectives, they wander because their worlds, are frankly, pieces of shit from ecological devastation caused by pollution and war.
That's a danger humanity could be possibly lead to. If we abuse our relationship with the Earth, and with eachother, and we destroy our environment, we will be obliged to look elsewhere for things to sustain us and to "empower" us in the materialistic sense. As we expand, we will fall into the same pitfalls that every Empire does, and the tyranny that would grow out of such a civilization is something, we as humans, have the potential of becoming.