Disturbing Phenomena: Ignoring the UFO Disclosure Project
WASHINGTON D.C. (2010) - At the National Press Club, a group of retired military personnel gave compelling testimony about their experiences dealing directly with UFOs at the bases (mostly nuclear) they worked on.
The group also talked about the subsequent burying, non-reporting, or flat-out directive to ignore any evidence regarding these encounters by their military bosses at the U.S. Navy and Air Force.
Furthermore, they all maintained that the U.S. government’s deliberate cover-up and public denial of the truth has been going on consistently for the last 40 years.
The testimony of these men was extraordinary not just because of the otherworldly content, but in light of their very obvious military credibility. Being a whistleblower isn’t easy. But even civilians know it’s considered close to treason in “military” circles.
Coming forward publicly is not only incredibly brave, it is clearly motivated by the same patriotism that had them join the military in the first place.
For these veterans and hundreds of other military members who have come forward on official record to the UFO Disclosure Project, revealing what they know is an urgent matter now, one of national security and First Amendment rights. As the years ticked by these men watched silently as the world governments -- not just America's -- continued to conceal information from the public.
There is money (trillions of dollars in military contracts), power (status quo around the globe), and control (major religious implications) at stake here.
It’s not hard at all to venture a guess as to why governments would conceal such paradigm-shifting information. It could change the course of human history. More
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