Beware the Men In Plaid!!!
Don't Give This Man a Ride!
that phrase "MEN IN BLACK" has been absorbed into popular culture, the
weird emissaries of "the phenomenon", who previously appeared as black
clad "military men' driving black Cadillacs, visiting alleged witnesses
to UFO phenomena, have assumed a new "guise" and new modus operandi.
of the work of ground-breaking UFO researcher John A. Keel (The Mothman
Prophecies, Operation Trojan Horse) are well aware that the "Men In
Black" portrayed in the popular motion picure of the same name are
merely sci-fi fantasy creations bearing absolutely no resemblence to
the "real thing".
The actual story of the "Men in
Black" would make a riveting, truly disturbing motion picture. Just
such a motion picture is in production even as these words are being
written – Keel's "The Mothman Prophecies" will star Richard Gere and
holds the possibility of being the most factual, unflinching look to
date that popular cinema has taken at the reality of alien phenomena as
experienced by Americans during the 50's and 60's.
this promising production at last wake up the world to true vastness of
the scale of the deception being foisted upon all humanity? Hollywood's
track record has been one of eager participation in the mind-deadening
disinformation program being carried out by "them." Long-time readers
of my writing in years past will recall my impassioned diatribes
against such treasonous masterpieces of mass brainwashing as the faux
well-meaning "Close Encounters", the
just-close-enough-to-the-truth-to-be-dangerous "Fire in the Sky", the
unnaturally tear-inducing fairy-tale "ET", the ugly psychotic "Men In
Black", and especially the shameful, brazenly deceptive "X Files".
and other productions have been the poisonous tools that have replaced
the cold objectivity of science and solid investigatory techniques with
reason deadenling myths and popular notions that fit neeatly into the
world view the Illuminati "masters" would have us swallow, like so much
pablum, to soften our collective wills toward their manipulations.
the great work of John Keel has shown, the phenomenon evolves. In 1960,
it's intimidating "military investigators" driving black Cadillacs. In
2000, it's plaid leisure suited "tourists" driving light blue Buick
Park Avenues, or strangely "perfect" blonde, blue-eyed skateboarding
teens in plaid "baggies." You haven't heard much of these "men in
plaid" ... yet. But you will. And when you do, remember where you heard
Watch this space...