At Last: Word on “The Event”
Now my web browser is acting up and I can’t view the posted episode.
So, in desperation, I asked Lorraine to respond to last night’s episode and she graciously has provided her comments.
I must add that I notice in myself a desire for NBC to succeed with the series. I have this wish to see “our family” back together again – the mainstream media released from the grip of the CIA/Illuminati and functioning once more the way it was supposed to, as a free and committed watchdog of the public interest.
How long goodwill lasts.
“The Event” premiered on TV last night.
On the really good side, it exposes the concept of Disclosure to a wide audience even if this first episode was just a teaser.
As the President of the U.S was going to hold a press conference with a human-looking ET, an assassination attempt was made – shades of 9/11 – with a plane coming toward them.
The ETs make the plane disappear before it hit.
You can view the whole episode here (see bottom of page):
On the repulsive side, the quality (or lack of it) would make Orson Welles turn in his grave. It’s in soap-opera form and edited at a frantic, break-neck speed – 5 or 6 scenarios flashed back and forth, with no more than 3 seconds (!) of any one image, and sandwiched to the max with a ridiculous amount of commercials.
Since I rarely watch mainstream TV, I found it difficult to watch, BUT it is a welcome, positive omen for the disclosure reality that’s unfolding.
Some ask why we wait for government disclosure. Because government disclosure makes it real to the masses.
All of us will have to embrace this new reality for any real change to take place. I can’t imagine any other kind of event that would prompt the vital changes we so desperately need.
Disclosure and open contact will be the catalyst for the release of long-suppressed technologies held by our shadow government, and, overall, the beginning of a new perspective that’s not based on fear and repression.
Unfortunately, as long as we have a government, we need their cooperation.
Next Monday is the second episode and supposedly this is when the actual disclosure announcement will be made. Should be interesting to see what’s said.
“I hate television. I hate it as much as peanuts. But I can’t stop eating peanuts.” Orson Welles.