I first want to say thank you all very much for your comments. If I haven't replied to yours yet, I will do so soon. I really like to hear what everyone has to say.
There is some information I would like to to share with my audience. But I don't want it Google searchable or discoverable without the link. Why is this? Some of you may recall that I emailed the WEU five years ago, requesting information. Once they discovered that I was sharing the emails with a prophecy site, they stopped being willing to cooperate.
I am in a vaguely similar (though not exactly the same) situation. I have no plans to do anything unethical or illegal. But I really would like to share some things I know that I'm sure many of you would like to know, without needlessly ruffling someone's feathers about it. I still want all of my readers to be able to access the information.
I have mulled over what to do about this. I tried to make a new blog, and password protect that blog. But that would require you all getting the password. It is unlikely that any one will discover the posts, so I have opted away from the password protected site, but only having a sister site, called "EU prophecy news X files" (silly name I know). I have made the settings so the posts are not indexed by Google. If there is something I would post that I really really don't want anyone to find, I'll type the text of it, then post an image of it.
This website you are on right now, will absolutely remain the main website. But I plan to hyperlink over to the non-indexed site whenever there is a semi-sensitive post. I will post the link in a blog post without much fanfare or description. And potentially, I will remove the link to it after a few days. So perhaps bookmark the link. I will bury the link in this website as well, but not in a terribly obvious location. And of course, if you want the link back, you can always comment, and I'll make it live again.
Sorry this is such a hassle, but there is some stuff I would just like to share. I think it would also be fine to retweet on Twitter (if you desire), especially if the live link goes down after while. But of course, no obligation to retweet. Just no reason to hold back.
This will certainly not deter a determined visitor from finding the other site, nor will it stop the NSA, the government, hackers, etc. I just don't want to cause needless annoyance or unnecessary explaining to do to secular audiences.
So without further ado, I introduce to you the first hyperlink, Memo 001.
This particular hyperlink will be deactivated in a few days. I still want you all to be able to access it, so I will archive it somewhere on this site that is kind of counterintuitive.