Suite de l'affaire Greer ; beaucoup de monde dans la communauté pense que Greer ne fais que de la désinformation on peut aussi remarquer qu'il à accusé AJ.Gevaerd d'être un agent de la CIA en meche avec le gouvernement Brésilien vu le sérieux de ce Mr bien connu de la communauté ufologique j'en doute ; on peut aussi raconter le fait que Greer avec un budget de plus de 175 000$ travail en ce moment sur un documentaire le concernant quelques images ici.http://vimeo.com/43101753
A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO
I know that Dr. Steven Greer is not considered the most popular or
even credible UFO researcher among Listers here.
But his new bold claim that he's examined an alien corpse and says
he's to employ a top DNA laboratory to dissect it, must be worth a
In this article on Colin Andrews website Greer appeals for funds for
the project so it might be included in 'Sirius' a disclosure
film he's making.
Seriously? If so, I am amazed to see how far can Greer go.
Stephen Greer, like his simulacrum, The Joker, is an agent of chaos.
Very interesting input, John.
Some hoaxers are in it for money, others for fame, others for
power, others for women (yes), etc. Some are in it for the
combination of it all. And some don't care about money, but do
about power for instance.
However, Greer has shown to exercise a particular agenda. I am
sure he is in it for a lot of what I wrote above, but there is
more in his actions that makes me believe that he is what you
described: an agent of chaos.
He pulls some absurd inventions out of his hat and throws them
to the wind in an extraordinarily easy way. I have two examples
in which he involved me.
First was in a lecture he gave in one of the editions of the
International UFO Congress, back in early 90s, in Mesquite NV.
He spoke on one of his subjects right after me at that event.
Speaking before him, I presented the theme of UFOs in the Amazon
and described the lights that attacked people there (suck-suck
phenomena). It is well known by most here on the List.
After I spoke, I took questions from the audience and replied to
them. But right after me, after he spoke, Greer also took
questions from the audience on UFOs in the Amazon and the killer
lights - my theme. And without doing any investigation
whatsoever about the phenomena that I'd described, he didn’t
hesitate for a single second to reply that all those particular
cases in the Amazon were only the result of CIA operations in
the jungle. Amazing! I had to intervene immediately to fix that
and he really didn't like it. Who cares?
The second example was in late 90s, when I did a lecture tour of
Scandinavia, focusing on Finland. Greer did the same a couple
months before I did and when he learned that I would also do a
lecture tour of those countries after him, he simply started
spreading the false rumor that I was a CIA agent working for
"disinformation" in Brazil. The very same is constantly spread
by a one-time protege of LMH's Urandir, (who's copying who?),
who goes even further and also says that I am paid US$ 20,000 a
month by the CIA to spread "disinformation" about UFOs in
Brazil. Yeah, twenty grand per month! Not bad at all
But that is so funny. If everything I do here is considered
"disinformation" about UFOs by my nice bosses at CIA, according
to Greer and the other guy, and it results in a nice paycheck of
USD 20,000 every month to me, I wonder how much I would be paid
to do "information" about UFOs in Brazil...