Nick Pope, a Shill?
Shill: (noun) An accomplice of a hawker, gambler, or swindler who acts as an enthusiastic customer to entice or encourage others.
If you’re familiar with the field of ufology, you’ve probably hear of Nick Pope. If not, here is a brief biography from his own website:
Author, journalist and TV personality Nick Pope used to run the British Government’s UFO project at the Ministry of Defence. Initially sceptical, his research and investigation into the UFO phenomenon and access to classified government files on the subject soon convinced him that the phenomenon raised important defence and national security issues, especially when the witnesses were military pilots, or where UFOs were tracked on radar.
While working on the MoD’s UFO project Nick Pope also looked into alien abductions, crop circles, animal mutilations, remote viewing and ghosts. He is now recognised as a leading authority on UFOs, the unexplained and conspiracy theories. He does extensive media work, lectures all around the world and has acted as presenter, consultant or contributor on numerous TV and radio shows.
Nick Pope lives in California.
TV personality? Extensive media work?
That on it’s own throws up a red flag for me.
Here is a relatively young, “former” employee of the British government that has become, a leading authority on UFOs. He is payed thousand of dollars to talk at conferences, speak on TV and to appear at UFO related meets while receiving next to no retaliation from the British military or Ministry of defense. Why would they be okay with him just blatantly stating to the world that “something is going to happen during the London 2012 Olympics”? How could there be no repercussions for him possibly soiling the credibility of the British Government?
Unless maybe that’s been the plan this whole time.
A false flag alien invasion seems only too possible nowadays. We’ve been slowly desensitized to the idea of extraterrestrial life existing and visiting the earth.
Even all the technology we’ve been capable of creating withing the span of 5 years is a sign of intellectual progression that humans can’t completely fathom and yet, accept.
Everything’s been moving so quickly, so forcefully, and at such an incredible magnitude, you can almost imagine a FFAI* sneaking up on us and catching us off guard. As I’ve mentioned before, it would do well for any economy that decided to use it’s resources to fight a war that couldn’t truly be won.
Who better to use as a puppet than someone who has experience with handling UFO material for the government and presenting it in a “sane” and easily digested manner?
I guess we’ll just have to wait and see how all of this plays out in the future.
But for now Nick Pope, you’re on my “do not believe” list with Philip Imbragno and countless others.
* shortened form of False Flag Alien Invasion
Anonymous asked I wouldn’t even say a fake invasion would be too bad of an idea. It would be a great way to finally and completely disclose the idea of higher intelligences without actually being invaded. It would be a way of moving on from religion and other mindsets that have been holding us back in the past. It could in fact prepare us for a real invasion.
???? what do you know? what don't you know?
I only know what I can from the information available to me. History, politics, economy; all the answers are there for you. You just need to look for them and make the connections.
clearskymind asked First of all, I really like all the usefull information that you post on your blog and I'm sure not only me, but lots of other people are having questions about this emerging UFO disclosure and all you see on mainstream news channels...
What i wanted to ask is what is your opinion on a false flag alien invasion? a government infiltrated scare tactic to keep the world looking at a external threat?
Thank you! I can’t begin to explain how much it means to me to know I’ve helped people in their journey to discovering the truth that’s been denied for more than half a century.
My opinion on a “faked alien invasion”? I can see that being very probable. Maybe not in the next hundred years, or maybe even in the next 10. It’s fairly tough to say how or when disclosure will happen for us. An unforeseen invasion of Earth will cause MASS panic and just be total chaos for the human race. So why wouldn’t our governments take advantage of faking an invasion so they can “prove” we are still able to fight off an intelligence that is more advance than us? Kind of like putting on a show of false hope instead of a threat.
Let’s say there is an inevitable invasion in our future. Governments, I think, would rather have their people on their side than against them! Putting on a show of strength, cunning, and strategy will get people to trust their government more, eventually leading them to become completely dependant on the safety the military offers. If a real invasion were to happen, even if we are outnumbered and outsmarted, there could be a chance of calm within the population because they had seen that they were saved in the past.
I wouldn’t even say a fake invasion would be too bad of an idea. It would be a great way to finally and completely disclose the idea of higher intelligences without actually being invaded. It would be a way of moving on from religion and other mindsets that have been holding us back in the past. It could in fact prepare us for a real invasion.
Thanks for the great question!