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Ufo Disclosure Day August 4, 2012?

Blake Cousins, owner of youtube channel, thirdphaseofthemoon, is calling for all sky watchers to arm themselves with their cameras and claims that today, August 4, 2012, will be a significant date in UFO history?
I dont know what he means by that because he only alludes to “reports,” “all around the world and swirling for months” and nothing more to back it up. Of course he also instructs us to upload our videos to thirdphaseofthemoon to “achieve maximum exposure”.

What he actually means is you upload your videos to his channel so he can achieve “maximum monetization” of your work. Trust me, all you need to do to achieve “maximum exposure” for your sighting  is to upload your video to your own youtube account, name it something like “ufo – blank description, blank location, and blank date” and if it’s good –  it will achieve “maximum exposure” on it’s own merit because sites like ufodaily will showcase it with due credit.

Im not trying to discredit Mr Cousins. He has many fans and detractors alike. I just think his videos are a bit far fetched sometimes and he trys too hard. The spooky background music, the long tracking shots in seedy locations, the bad copy, and the bad impression of a serious TV journalist – It’s almost parody. Did I mention he makes bad B Movies?

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I’ve always had mixed feelings about Nick Pope. In fact, any ex government official like Nick Pope (ex MOD) or Chase Brandon (ex CIA) so willing to jump in front of a camera to talk about UFOs stinks like counter-intelligence. So it comes as no great surprise to learn that Mr Pope’s comments regarding UFOs and the London Olympics were nothing more than a PR stunt aimed at selling an alien invasion themed Playstation game. The following is a quote from an email written by Nick Pope to Richard Dolan and read on air by Richard Dolan, June 30 2012, on “Truth Out Radio”. The email was in response to a question Richard asked regarding Pope’s previous comments about ET and the Olympics.

“My comments concerning Alien Invasion etc, arose because I was commissioned to do some tie-in PR for the launch of the alien invasion themed Sony Playstation game, “Resistance: Burning Skies”, out exclusively on the Playstation Vita. I came up with the idea of an alien invasion war plan. There are 2 versions out there, I can email you copies, a serious version and a more pop culture version that got picked up by the Daily Mail. The real issue here, and it applies to lots of subjects, is the increasingly blurred lines between real news reporting and marketing. “Chasing Ufo’s” is a classic case in point. How many UFO stories published in the last day or 2 arose because Nat Geo or a PR company acting on their behalf, sent out a press release with various stories, UFO themed opinion polls, competitions, etc, which contain a phrase – “commissioned in anticipation of National Geographic channel’s Chasing UFOs series premiering Friday night”. Type UFO into Google News and see how many ads mention “Chasing UFOs””

Nick Pope has completely discredited himself in the field of UFOlogy. Ironically he speaks of “the real issue of blurring the lines between news and marketing” whilst perpetuating just that. It also reconfirmed my assumption that he’s not ex Ministry of Defense.  The issue of Disinformation and Counter Intelligence Programs, (COINTELPRO), designed to deliberately spread false Information in order to keep the public away from the truth and muddy the waters by intentionally spreading false stories to de-legitimize the subject. In other words if some of the info is true and some of it is ridiculous, it’s all perceived as ridiculous.

I certainly hope the check from Sony was big because I’m betting speaking fees and book deals are a thing of the past for Nick Pope.

Bollocks!

Thank you Richard Dolan for your continued impeccable integrity.

Special Thanks to PLANETunderATTACK

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