Re: [ufodiscussion] EXAMINER - Hawking: A U.K. psyops to promote space weaponization and a false war against extraterrestrials?
- Psyops? Hawking? Whoever dreamt up that idea does not understand
Cambridge intellectuals. Hawking may well be a pillar of the western
scientific establishment but he is far too eccentric and independent-minded
to be capable of being used as a tool by the powers-that-be in the ways
suggested here. If Hawking says that he thinks ETs might not be friendly
and we should stop trying to attract their attention in case some of them
aren't, then I think we can be sure that it is because he really thinks it
and not because he is trying to convince us all of something that he knows
isn't true as part of a psyops programme on behalf of the warmongering
In any case what he said argues against the idea of our having a
space-war with ETs surely, because it implies that he thinks we could get
clobbered if we had one.
For what it's worth, I do not agree with Hawking's views on this
subject. They are far too narrow for my taste and they ignore the fact that
any ETs with electromagnetic technology would have been made aware of our
existence by our e-m broadcasts of everything from TV soap operas to
encrypted military/diplomatic communications anyway. Who needs Arecibo when
we've been blasting that racket at them for decades already?
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Hawking: A U.K. psyops to promote space weaponization and a false war
April 28, 1:01 PMSeattle Exopolitics
Wiki: Stephen Hawking at NASA - Date unkown (1999, 2001, or 2003)
As Examiner.com reported on January 25, 2010, “*Scientists at UK Royal
Society ET conference are unaware of the extraterrestrial presence on
Alfred Lambremont Webre
“Scientists presenting at the Royal Society [conference on
extraterrestrial life in January 2010] present a darker evolutionary picture
of the threat of extraterrestrial civilizations visiting Earth. Simon Conway
professor of evolutionarypaleobiology at Cambridge University, is quoted as
stating that ‘Extra-terrestrials might not only resemble us but have our
foibles, such as greed, violence and a tendency to exploit others'
resources. And while aliens could come in peace they are quite as likely to
be searching for somewhere to live, and to help themselves to water,
minerals and fuel.’ Open scientific discussion about the existence of
extraplanetary life is reportedly encouraged in this conference. At the
same, the Royal Society conference involves mainstream scientists who seem
largely unaware of the evidence for an existing extraterrestrial presence on
Earth at this time.”
Stephen William Hawking <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Hawking>, CH,
CBE, FRS, FRSA, elected member of the Royal Society in 1974, a lifetime
member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, recipient of the U.S.
Presidential Medal of Freedom, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College,
Cambridge, a Distinguished Research Chair at the Perimeter Institute for
Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario, and Lucasian Professor of
Mathematics at the University of Cambridge for thirty years, has now
repeated fellow Cantabriensis professor Simon Conway Morris public ignorance
of the documented presence of extraterrestrial civilizations on Earth at
"To my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens
perfectly rational," Prof. Hawking
April 25, 2010. "The real challenge is to work out what aliens might
actually be like."
"We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop
into something we wouldn’t want to meet. I imagine they might exist in
massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet. Such
advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise
whatever planets they can reach," Hawking says.
"If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when
Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very
well for the Native Americans," the scientist says. While there may be
benign aliens out there, Hawking says trying to make contact is "a little
As expected, Hawking’s statements have drawn a wide spectrum of public
There is, however, plausible contextual evidence, that Stephen Hawking’s
carefully crafted statements as a protégé of the Royal Society may in fact
be a component of a long-term psychological operation (“psyops”) by U.K.
military intelligence to brainwash the human population the human population
into fear-driven support of the weaponization of space, and acceptance of a
possible false flag war in space
a hyperdimensional extraterrestrial civilization which is being groomed as a
foe of humanity’s sovereignty over Earth’s 3rd dimension.
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