View Full Version : Extraordinary Power of the Internet [BBC Commercial FULL]
21st March 2010, 13:16
Just found this Video on my travels ...greta promo... perhaps to soften the blow...slowly slowly...
Advert from the BBC!!....
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21st March 2010, 13:33
Too much attention is not a good thing. The video feels like a pre-blue beam alien invassion.....
21st March 2010, 13:43
Very nice promo Viking.
21st March 2010, 14:11
tisk tisk tisk, i wonder what they are up to with a promo like that? Very catchy indeed and so they leave the hook baited.........:fish2:
15th October 2010, 12:10
I like this, when I first saw this I was hopeing it was the real deal. Oh well someday:rapture:
15th October 2010, 12:12
Wow, was that eluding to ETs or what?
15th October 2010, 12:29
I've seen this one before and really liked it. With all the rumor of possible internet censorship though, it kind of makes you wonder.
15th October 2010, 16:04
The version i downloaded shows briefly a message, both at the beginning and end of the clip:
It has been cut out in the other versions. Maybe because the conditioning would be too obvious...
15th October 2010, 19:58
Someone has modified the original ad and pasted on it the "zeta reticulan" message that you can barely notice at the beginning and the end of the ad:
Also the message "we are the people of the internet" has been removed...
While I think that the original ad points to alien contact I do not agree with altering it to make it obvious is about aliens and specifically the "zeta reticulans". The author of the edit actually did a disservice to disclosure: "Oh yeah is that internet ad that all the idiots thought to be about disclosure..."
15th October 2010, 20:24
The people who made this ad.
15th October 2010, 20:33
Nice find fifi :)
Very interesting story behind the ad. Is it just me or the "alien" presence is kind of forced into the story? Why use an "alien" girl and not a "cyborg girl", or "computer generated" girl? What is the connection between internet and aliens that justifies the alien in the ad :)? So I think there is more to the story that we are being told :P
15th October 2010, 20:51
To me it just seems a very well done ad, clever advertisers know you will identify with it on a personal level, alien, angel, super-being. If you were an alien and could use a holographic device to communicate it would keep you from worrying of physical attack but then everyone (who uses their brain) would just assume you were a MILAB creation and so it would defeat the purpose of communicating at all.
16th October 2010, 01:18
I was first made aware of this video from David Icke's website. He has the 'modified' version of it there. In fact, I did not know about the original version until I saw Studeo's post this morning. Just goes to show how one needs to be cautious. Nice one, Studeo :thumb:
16th October 2010, 02:52
The people who made this ad.
Great find Thank you! love the behind the scenes info - really grounds the story.
11th December 2010, 18:03
11th December 2010, 19:06
I saw a version of this a few months back where someone had removed the internet bit at the end and replaced it with the words 'zeta reticuli'
they were posting it as if it was how it was released, but it was soon revealed to be this 'advert' for the internet.
must admit at the first viewing of it i got really really excited.
it is definately seems to be blatently disclosured flavoured.
and the weirdest concept for an internet advert, and not only that, who advertises the internet??
12th December 2010, 01:08
The BBC, IMHO, is heavily involved in the disclosure process.... All you have to do is watch the last few seasons of Dr Who to get an idea of what I mean..... There's so much there that seems to reference what we have read about.... Or, it's possible that they've got their ideas from some of the "above-black" whistleblower websites around the net...
1st January 2011, 05:19
What do you think this is ?
1st January 2011, 05:47
...One is playing with collective Conscience ...
1st January 2011, 06:00
This ad appears to promise more than it actually delivers, which is a promo for the BBC. It implies that the motives of the central figure (the white-haired girl) are pure (hence, white) and altruistic. Maybe I'm just cynical but I feel as if I'm being expected to see the BBC in the same light.
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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