by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:
Will a person be silenced for sharing too much sensitive information? The answer to that question is a big yes, all you really have to do is take a look at what’s happened to well-known whistleblowers in recent years, like former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who leaked even more details about their mass global surveillance program than those prior to him.
Just look at what he had to go through to leak that information, and is currently going through now. Thomas Drake and William Binney are some more great examples. It’s definitely a risky task to blow the whistle on sensitive information.
Surely there are far greater, more sensitive truths being withheld from the American public that are even more threatening to the control and power that these global elite have come to enjoy so much. We’re told that secrecy is for ‘national security’ purposes, but that seems to be far from the truth… These people can have their lives taken away, that’s how serious it is. I can’t imagine what a ‘whistleblower’ from the recent Pentagon UFO program the world recently learned about would have experienced if they were to speak publicly just a few years ago.
“The dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts, far outweigh the dangers that are cited to justify them. There is a very grave danger than an announced need for an increased need for security, will be seized upon by those anxious to expand it’s meaning to the very limits of censorship and concealment. That I do not tend to permit, so long as it’s in my control” – JFK
So, we know that sharing the truth isn’t always easy, and it’s usually countered with a lot of disinformation. Then we have ordinary citizens and researchers who also stumble across some very sensitive information. Sure, they may not be as big a threat as those who actually come from ‘within’ these various programs, but they are threats. Sometimes, in years prior, those who’ve held high-ranking positions who spoke of topics like UFOs, were allowed, in some cases, to do so freely, because this subject was ridiculed big time and it only made one look even more ridiculous.
Perhaps this was a strategy that was part of the disinformation campaign, referenced in 1960 by the head of the CIA (Roscoe Hillenkoetter) that was purposefully used to ridicule the subject while simultaneously keeping the reality of it a complete secret. (source)
Then we have individuals like Gary Mckinnon, and everyday citizen who performed the largest military computer hack of all time. Many of us saw the process he went through.
Max Spiers, however, is a different story. Considered by many to be a “conspiracy theorist,” Max touched upon topics that are definately outside the box, but also have evidence of truth to them for those who are willing to investigate. Topics such as UFOs, mass elite level pedophile rings, the continuance of the MK ultra program, super soldiers, and much more.
Like many researchers in this field, he began to seem worried that his line of work was making him a target to those that do not want specific information known.
In a chilling text to his Mother, Vanessa Bates, days before his death, Spiers wrote:
“Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.”
Pretty weird, isn’t it? Now, if you look up Spiers and his work, and you’re already into the topics listed above, the information he was sharing should not come as a surprise. If you’re new to spears, and new to our site, you might think it’s completely ridiculous.
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