posted by RRRGroup at
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Relative to the link, Grant Cameron argues, logically I think, that Chase Brandon could not have made the Roswell statement without prior approval of the CIA. Forget about the "box." The main point is that a veteran, high ranking CIA official asserts that he knows that Roswell was an exteraterestial event. He would not say it, indeed, could not say it unless it had been somehow cleared with the CIA. Cameron goes on to argue that similar "revelations" related to the CIA have occured before. The "box" is pure fiction but the Roswell revelation and confirmation may well be something the CIA (and White House) wants out there for some reason.
By Dominick, at Monday, July 16, 2012
"...Grant Cameron argues, logically I think, that Chase Brandon could not have made the Roswell statement without prior approval of the CIA.."I find Dominick's faith in the entertainment media's 'CIA' concept to be most amusing....from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Pentagon Papers to the 9-11 attacks, one has to wonder just what they do, besides creating interfering posturing self-promoting self-outing-as-ex-CIA midgets like Karl Pflock?
By Kurt Peters, at Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Not sure what you are getting at, Kurt. My only point is to agree with Cameron that long-time CIA employees like Brandon don't make assertions like he did without prior approval from the CIA itself. Or do you disagree with that?
By Dominick, at Tuesday, July 17, 2012
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