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Privateer Press is really just an alien coverup

PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 1:13 pm
by elrodogg
I really just can't make this stuff up.

http://theydonotcomeinpeace.com/archives.html#article2

Privateer Press? More like Privateer Pawns!

An interesting and somewhat disturbing bit of news has reached me through my network of eyes and ears out there. My loyal listeners often send me tidbits of information from around the Internet that relate to the goals of They Do Not Come In Peace. Sometimes these news items appear completely innocent and don't seem to have any connection to the terrible things our government has been doing for the last fifty years or so. However, upon closer examination if you know what to look for the seemingly innocuous becomes unrepentently insidious.

Case in point. Privateer Press, a game company that produces a series of fantasy miniature games called Warmachine and Hordes, has recently announced the addition of a new board game to their growing line of products. Few details about this game, called Level 7, have been released the public, and as you can imagine, speculation abounds among Privateer Press' legion of loyal fans and customers.

Now, I know what you're thinking. How does a board game have anything to do with the UFO cover-ups and conspiracies perpetrated by the U.S. government? Well, usually nothing, but as I've learned, the forces aligned against us will use nearly any means at their disposal to misinform, obfuscate, and in general, conceal the truth.

So, what is Level 7 and why should you care about it?

An anonymous source recently told me that the world in which the Level 7 game is set deals with alien abduction and government collusion with extraterrestrial agencies with nefarious intentions towards the human race. Oddly enough, many of the details in the game frighteningly coincide with another recent development—a new source with intimate connections to secret government projects. (See my interviews with Running Man for more details on this.)

Additionally, the game references many real-world events that have become part of the extraterrestrial mythology in this country. For example, the Majestic 12 and Project Aquarius feature prominently in the game's setting, and as we well know, these events are only mythology to those who don't know what's really going on. So why would Privateer Press make a game like this? Well, it's all apart of the U.S. government's vast disinformation campaign, which is facilitated by nearly every corporation in the country, especially those with a large audience and some media presence. I think there is little doubt that Privateer Press has been compromised by a number of government agencies and is now in the business off selling lies to it's customers. The Level 7 game is a perfect example of this treachery—it's a fantastic way to hide the truth out in the open. It's only a game, right? So how could any of it be real? It's the same deal with shows like the X-Files, movies like Close Encounters, and so on. Wrapping the truth up in fiction is the perfect cover. When guys like me start getting at the real truth, it's easy to label us as some kind of nut whose taken his favorite movies, books, and TV shows a little too seriously.

So I'll be keeping an eye on Privateer Press and their new "game." I'll also be digging a bit further into their history, their employees, and their recent activities. My goal is to expose Privateer Press as the feeble government façade they are, and moreover, that there games are part of the vast conspiracy to conceal the frightening reality of the extraterrestrial threat from the American public. They may be able to pull the wool over the eyes of their customers, but to me, it is painfully obvious that Privateer Press is trying to hide the truth They don't want you to know.

Re: Privateer Press is really just an alien coverup

PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 2:14 pm
by jty3
This is just viral marketing on the part of Privateer Press to hype up Level 7. Matt Wilson owns the domain name for this site.

Re: Privateer Press is really just an alien coverup

PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:13 am
by Fool
jty3 wrote:This is just viral marketing on the part of Privateer Press to hype up Level 7. Matt Wilson owns the domain name for this site.


I find this incredibly amusing, simply because of how blatantly obvious it is.

Re: Privateer Press is really just an alien coverup

PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:26 am
by elrodogg
I just want to believe.... in the crazies.