It never ceases to amaze me what otherwise functional adults can believe. Mind you, this video was produced by someone with enough of a grasp on reality to understand how to operate video editing software. In fact, it probably involved more than one person. These are the people who live along side each of us in society.
Okay, so now the reptilians are not simply the leaders but also their body guards? That’s a new one. I was under the impression that the evil alien overlords ruled but that their slave minions were humans. One would think, in any case, they could keep the true shape-shifters hidden away from public events and use one of their human shills instead. But then again, this does not need to make sense.
A few observations:
- The Secret Service acts as the presidents body guards and are basically paid to be paranoid and constantly on edge that he will be attacked. Some hide it better than others, but if an agent is standing in a crowd looking around a lot, that’s because he’s doing his job. crowds are dangerous because anyone could easily pull a gun, and although there are usually metal detectors, they are not foolproof.
- That looks to me like a tall, slender guy with a bald/shaved head. Am I alone in this?
- Video cameras and compression are designed such that small details, normally not important to the picture, are lost in order to increase efficiency. One of the things that many video systems have is a smoothing filter, which removes random noise from the image to improve compression. It can make faint background details appear smooth. This can happen a lot in areas that are darker than most of the image or where contrast is high. The effect is increased by zooming. Of course, you can’t just crop and zoom and get an accurate picture. The image has a finite resolution. Any zooming beyond that is just pixel scaling.
- Do I seriously need to even
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