"Honest researcher" was a definite "no!"A "Disinformation agent" is usually well-informed...and, lies much better.And, even though the "raving loon" is a possibility...it could only be so, if Dr. Greer has become so talented at "snake-oil sales," that he'd finally convinced himself to buy a bottle.Therefore, I voted "snake-oil salesman."
Jo:Thanks for stopping by and voting - I can't disagree with your assessment, although I think he may well be working at disinfo angle, or maybe he's just a raving loon (the C2C appearance this morning pointed to the raving loon hypothesis, or RLH). Still, like you, I'm sure he isn't the honest searcher for truth (unless he's a raving loon, which would mean that he's honest, but in a completely nuts kind of way)! :-)Paul
You forgot "credulous drone"!
I agree the Greer is suspicious at the very least. However, I wonder who his Shadow Government is, other than figments of imagination he sees when he puts on his tin foil hat? Nonetheless, I urge you to take a hard look at the Council on Foreign Relations and it's control on world leader's and links to the Federal Reserve and other world banks:www [dot] freedomtofascism [dot] com
It's a good thing youare profiling many ofthe new generation of"ufologists". Otherwise,it would be plain disheartning to contemplatemany of the other "dominant"figures in ufology, like Greer.Mike Jamieson
Mac, I think you make an excellent point!But, we're already picking on the birds, so...should we really insult the bees, as well?
3 out of 4 choices are negative, can you honestly say this is a reasonable poll?
Reasonable? Absolutely. Certainly more reasonable than Dr. Greer.By dividing his opponents, it actually gives Dr. Greer a chance to come out ahead on a first-past-the-post basis. I am, however, considering having a run-off vote between "Honest seeker of the truth", which seems to be doing well, and whichever one of the other three comes second (assuming one of them doesn't come first).Paul
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