Archived from the former firedocs blog. 21 August 2005.
Who’d be stupid enough to trust the CIA? I’m a conservative patriot and even I’m not that dense. The release of nearly 100,000 pages of “STAR GATE” program files is just another example of why. The joke’s on us, as usual.
This is the unimportant dregs of nearly 20 years, of a selected (read: “already known, so why not admit to them”) number of projects, which the CIA compiled under one umbrella they call The STAR GATE program. This so anybody looking for stuff under any project name will find only “stargate” stuff and not stuff that might have been in other projects we don’t know about and they aren’t admitting to if they exist. The records are the equivalent of all the crap you would throw away if you were condensing your files into what mattered. I can’t count how many are literally blank. Or have nothing worth seeing. Sessions with no feedback. Stuff that actually will mislead people clueless about who was involved in the viewing in the program, when, and what really went on, and more.
So, Daz has been the diehard going through all this stuff looking for things of interest. Ironically one of the most interesting things was a session McMoneagle did at TMI, on some Mars Anomalies RV’d–it wasn’t even done in the unit, someone essentially had to steal it and put it IN the unit records in order for it to be there. (Well that’s ok really given the sessions didn’t belong to Skip Atwater either, but he put them on his website and in his book.) And let’s not start on all the BS that went on while the unit was in progress anyway; but certainly, 20 years after the fact, releasing a very creative compilation of unimportant crap that accounts for perhaps 5%, and making it seem like you did the world a big favor — what nonsense.
It’s sad people were naive enough to think the CIA would do anything to clarify rather than to obscurate (my word. Obscurify, maybe?) the situation. It’s sad to see them disappointed but worse when they think they can actually conclude anything based on this stuff. Which of course is exactly what they’re hoping people will do, and some of the content is there solely for that purpose it appears. Information released by that agency and in the hands of the inquisitive public is like giving hungry people poisoned food. They eat it anyway, even knowing it’s tainted, and find themselves grateful for it anyway. I would rather starve.