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ET’s are up to no good

By Deborah S. Kauflin, Ph.D.

Are the extraterrestrials visiting our planet cute like Steven Spielberg’s ET, or are they like the monstrous creatures in the movie Alien?

There are many who claim ET’s are good because they have cured selected people of illnesses and disabilities after contact. The ones from the stars have seemed to give certain people gifts as well such as psychic ability and knowledge of advanced subjects. Wouldn’t this prove that the star creatures are benevolent?

The short answer is no.

One may mistakenly think that since aliens helped a few people that they are wonderful, caring entities. However, nothing can be further from the truth. That may sound strange at first, but hear me out.

There is account after account from abductees who describe basically being tortured by ET’s. These poor souls are taken against their will, prodded, probed, cut, assaulted, and more. And many have lifelong injuries from the experience. They report being taken by the same entities who helped other people. So, some were helped, and others were hurt by seemingly the same beings.

I am a retired criminal profiler.  I interviewed 25 serial killers and mass murderers for research. I got inside their heads and learned what made them tick. I also taught over a 1000 homicide and sex crimes detectives around the United States. When I did my lectures, I always talked about how psychopathic serial killers have a nifty trick that they like to use. They will go out of their way to help some people during their killing careers. While otherwise torturing and dismembering victims, the murderers will do such things as helping neighborhood children, being a little league coach, feeding the homeless, and volunteering for various charities. I had one case where a serial killer I interviewed actually stopped a woman from being raped by another offender!

When I asked the killers why they did this, the answer was always the same. One killer stated it very well. He said “I decide when I will be good, and I decide when I will be bad.” Another serial murderer said “just in case I got caught, I wanted people to think I was a nice woman so they wouldn’t give me DP (death penalty.)”

You may be asking what this has to do with aliens. Furthermore, you may be saying that we cannot understand our star brothers and sisters, so how can we judge them? Perhaps they do not share our morality.

But you have to ask: why would anyone give aliens a pass for bad deeds just because they come from somewhere else?

Behavior is behavior is behavior. Whether you are a human or an ET, your behavior will always give away who and what you are. Just because an entity cures some people means nothing. Further, you could make an argument that these beings are intentionally abducting and hurting some while helping others to hide their true purpose. In other words, divide and conquer. If they can keep researchers and alien/UFO buffs fighting over whether they are good/bad, then all of us cannot focus on what they are doing.

I’ve had some pro-alien advocates tell me that ET’s let us live our lives so we can grow and learn. They say that if you don’t feel pain, you can’t grow. This is very dangerous thinking. It could be used to explain away all kinds of horrors under the guise of education. For instance, what can a young girl learn from getting her nipples pulled off with pliers while the serial killer laughs and captures it all on tape? What does a rape victim learn as her breasts are cut off while she’s left to die in a field? What does a man get out of having a doctor paralyze him during surgery because the surgeon was drunk? Then to make matters worse, the entire medical establishment covers up for the butcher. What about the little old lady fighting cancer who can’t get pain medication? What does she learn from withering in agony in her final days? How about the modern day sex trafficked slave who lives locked up in some basement, never to see the light of day?

I could go on and on and on and on and on.

The point is that if there are some higher level, powerful, benevolent creatures who aid a few lucky people, why would those same entities not free the sex slave or save the little girl from being tortured to death? A truly benevolent creature with the ability to intervene would not, could not, allow this. If you who are reading this saw a little girl being tortured to death and you had the ability to stop it but didn’t, what would that make you? An entity that ignores suffering shows indifference at best, and malevolence at worst. Either is cruel.

If these beings are here and have the power to intervene to stop evil and they don’t, that makes them callous by default. The fact that they help some while ignoring or hurting others makes them worse than if they simply observed and did nothing at all. The behavior is so similar to that of the psychopathic killer. It seems planned.

On another note, I know numerous people are convinced that the US Military wants a boogeyman to fight. And the monster the government plans to sell as being the villain will be extraterrestrials. The Military and powers that be want something to justify more money and more war. Even if that is true, if ET’s are here and they are doing what people report, then THEY ARE A THREAT. Like it or not, the Military Industrial Complex would be correct that these creatures are the things that go bump in the night.  Aliens appear to have abilities that we do not. They can abduct humans seemingly at will. Some people they hurt; others they help. The fact that some come out of the abductions injured shows they CAN and DO harm humans. It is undeniable. This makes them dangerous.

You do not have to believe what I say, but I will tell you that I know predators. I know the behavior. I know how they act. And the aliens are following a classic psychopathic pattern. Those who have been helped may think that ET’s are these nice entities who would never hurt them. Yet when you look at how others have been treated, it should give you great pause. Think about a lion in a zoo. Most of the time, old Leo walks by and rubs against the bars of the cage to let his keeper pat him. He seemingly loves the keeper. He even chuffs to show his affection. Then one day……disaster. One day the keeper accidentally leaves a gate open, and old friendly Leo rips the keeper to shreds.

You can pretend a predator isn’t a predator, but eventually, the claws will come out.

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