Friday, 4 July 2008

Small Minded ‘' Abduction Article

It has been quite a while since I read a mainstream media article when the reporter's opinion alone truly sickened me but the sweeping generalisation that Mr Mark Lawson makes is one that is evidently imbued with his twisted personal perceptions as he suggests that the abduction phenomenon is no more than the externalisation of repressed memories of child abuse.

The final rationale is that spaceship-spotting is an outward expression of inner fears. For instance, many of those who claim to have been abducted by aliens report the experience of being anally or genitally probed. You don't need to rent rooms in Vienna to guess that a memory of extraterrestrial interference may have replaced that of a human encounter, although it may well have involved being carried out of their bedroom in the middle of the night…..In Britain now, the likeliest cause of these reports is fear of a different kind of penetration ….”


Forgive me for not quoting the entire article…..


manuel said...

wow, thats horrific. I have heard or seen documentaries, to account for this, like the travis one was believed to be memory of early operation, But what would account for the level of detail, and not all these are anal or genital probes, and some people were missing, I mean this AW does not know what he is talking about, by taking what may be a small number and sweeping the whole crew off the ship. Thanx for that..if its not one extreme its another..Lord give us patience.

Michael Naisbitt said...

Thanks for your comment Manuel, welcome and appreciated as always.

I’ll be honest it’s not so much the implication of what was suggested but rather as you say the broad & sweeping generalisation coupled with the unnecessary dark and explicit symbolism that comes with actually vocalising the act of being *carried out of their bedroom in the middle of the night* which I think is nothing short of obscene for a mainstream newspaper when commenting on nothing more than the misperception of aerial objects.

Cheers again Manuel.