My morning began with a hot cup of green tea and a quick listen to the local a.m. New York news from my alarm clock radio. The topics include the usual array of local, national, political, sports, etc., and it's on a loop - so that each hour the same stories are cranked out. What made today different was a story they aired that's been making the rounds on alternative outlets - it's about how the E.T.s (the Greys no doubt) assisted Hitler's and Germany's rise to the top (nearly). I was stunned that I was hearing this on a local CBS-affiliate radio station! The piece lasted about 30 seconds, and there wasn't even a counter point made to the story. No experts or politicians were asked to weigh in to add their 2 cents as why it was all wrong.
So I thought, great, it will be on again in a little while. But it wasn't. So I scoured their web page. Nothing. That was odd, I thought, but not entirely surprising. But the good news is, for the tens of thousands of people who heard that news clip, many will be Googling the story to get the goods. And this. Is how. The truth. Comes out. Can anyone say 'ripple effect'?
Mainstream Media Headlines of Recent Days:
Millions Wrongly Treated for 'Cancer,' National Cancer Institute Panel Confirms
Peru To Provide Free Solar Power To 2 Million Of Its Poorest Residents By 2016
Non-GMO Shopping Goes Mainstream! The TODAY show on the Dangers of GMOs (VIDEO)
Shock Study: Some Soft Drinks Contain Cancer-Causing Chemical
Advisory panel says NSA surveillance program should be ended
Tall White Nazi Space Aliens Are Not -- We Repeat NOT -- Invading
This last story from Huff Post comes off as skeptical and sarcastic, what with that cartoon image of Hitler and a flying saucer - kind of ridiculous and insulting, as he is not nearly depicted as the Jew-murdering psychopath bent on world domination. Or maybe I'm being too sensitive. The writer poo-poos the whole idea of the association between aliens and the Third Reich as being ludicrous and dismissible. And yet, if the story is so absurd, why bother publishing it? I get it's in the 'Weird News' section, but unlike other stories in this section, they act as though this one is fictitious. If it didn't have legs, why would it even be here in the first place?
Moreover, this para,
"While some might link "Tall Whites" to Hitler's idealized super race of white Aryans, Hellyer never made such an association. That false connection seems to be how the Canadian politician got snagged in this mess."is the kind of stuff convoluted journalism is made of. There are so many things wrong with this. But if you've do a little research, AND listen to Mr. Hellyer's interview, the reality of what he is saying is quite sound. The Tall Whites are typically Pleiadian, if I am not mistaken. Huff Post is adding fuel to a fire of their own making.
One last note about the headline, Tall White Nazi Space Aliens Are Not -- We Repeat NOT -- Invading, that much they have gotten correct. While it is assumed to be tongue-in-cheek, it is in fact true. No on is going to invade us. They will be coming in peace and brotherhood. In fact, as Mr. Hellyer points out, many are already here.