Let’s take a look at how the major governments of the world will likely prepare the world for the coming of the Planet X system. It’s only eight months away now … and they know it. I know it. It’s in my book.
A common method used in intelligence operations is a cut-out. In espionage parlance, a cut-out is a mutually trusted intermediary, method or channel of communication that facilitates the exchange of information between agents.
Let’s say you wanted to inform the public on three major continents: North America, Asia (Russia) and Australia, of the existence of and the approximate timing of Planet X.
In the United States, you would authorize a large Fortune 100 media company to perform a 90-minute documentary on Planet X. This documentary would have to be with someone reliable and who knew the scientific facts and the approximate timetable, at least to within a few months. You’d have to have a major and particular channel already lined up that could broadcast this documentary. Then you’d contact the right individual, who would be the main topic of the documentary, and tape him for four hours. Condensing the interview, you’d have a 90-minute session ready to air by no later than mid-summer on your dedicated channel. Tens of millions are reached, perhaps 50-60 million.
In Russia, you would authorize a state-approved TV channel, one of the type owned by a Russian oligarch, and you’d approach that same individual and request a short on-camera interview. You’d, of course, just as in the first case, fly a film crew to his destination to tape. The documentary would be about “the mysteries of the universe.” The documentary would be aired in primetime in Russia and reach approximately 120 million people.
In Australia, you would have the Australian Today Show contact that same individual, a trusted expert, and offer to film a segment to be aired to the country’s 25-million-plus population. The same modus operandi.
Very interestingly, in the last month, I was approached by all three of these groups and asked to do precisely what I just described–tell the people the truth. I have agreed in each instance. Of course, it’s only a documentary. Or is it?
Tis strange – but true; for truth is always strange; Stranger than fiction; if it could be told, How much would novels gain by the exchange! How differently the world would men behold!