"Both Cooper and Lear stated the Greys had broken the Greada Treaty and could not be trusted. Lear stated:
"...a deal was struck that in exchange for advanced technology from the aliens we would allow them to abduct a very small number of persons and we would be periodically given a list of those persons abducted. We got something less than the technology we bargained for and found the abductions exceeded by a millionfold than what we had naively agreed to."
However, it would be easier to envision that appearing to be the case if you remember and knew fully about Phil Schneider and his battle with aliens and then how he was tortured and murdered after warning his audiences that he was at risk of that occurring for what he knew and said about the underground aliens, and remember in the 80's under the pervert Bush, the Franklin Credit union scandel where so many children were abducted. (It would explain Bush and children since Bush would definitely be a lizard if such existed)
So there are numerous alternatives to a simple kidnapping but what his book does is show through evidence these disappearances could not be classified as normal nor the park Services response to request for help either. Either those that work there are completely desensitized to such tragedies and the impact on families, or they are forced into covering something up as part of the disappearances, whatever they maybe.
The best any of us can do here, is some serious deductive reasoning as a result of critical thinking skills based on pieces of facts and information. We have to figure this out for ourselves since anyone even remotely connected to the issue is dead.
People Especially Children Mysteriously Disappearing Inside National Park Service
By Waithewright, Pragmatic Witness
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