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If the clandestine government found some aliens just living life on Earth would they think that it would be ethical to kill them?

To eliminate a potential uncertain future threat rather than to preserve life?

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If the clandestine U.S military found some aliens just living life on Earth would they think that it would be ethical to kill them?

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  • 2 months ago
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    If it's clandestine, its ethos probably has no qualms with any act that furthers its purpose. 

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  • LP7
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    2 months ago

    The government would use and abuse them just like it's done with the native indians.Always an ulterior motive to get the best deal for nothing.

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  • M.P.
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    2 months ago

    Totally! Have you seen star trek? Primitive cultures almost always respond with fear - throughout our own history the status quo have always persecuted and executed anyone who even attempted to challenge the established doctrine (religion) with any independent thought, questions, science or math. Religion and it's outdated superstitions have no place in the modern world, yet they persist, like a disease, infecting the ignorant masses like cancer.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    In order for a government to govern, it cannot be clandestine.  It may engage in clandestine activities.  It may even have clandestine agencies.  But the government itself cannot be clandestine.  Also, if our government is trying to be clandestine, it is doing an extremely poor job of it and is the worst kept secret on planet earth as nearly everyone knows about it.

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  • 2 months ago

    I wouldn't know. You'd have to ask the clandestine government

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