Let’s hope so.
DoD/US Navy is producing a report to be released to the public on the subject of whatever they know about UFOs. Congress has written into law a requirement for this report to be released this summer. Whether or not DoD/Navy will come clean on this is an open question.
Luiz Alizondo, former head of ATIP in DoD said last night on the TeeVee that there are three possibilities with regard to what these flying squirrels really are:
- It’s our stuff. These would be US technology developments that have not been coordinated with other parts of the government. This seems unlikely. I have my ear to the ground and I do not think this could have been “pulled off.”
- It is Russian or Chinese stuff. If that is so, then this would be the intelligence failure of all time. remember the FBI would not have been involved in this. That reduces the probability of failure by a lot.
- It isn’t from here unless the film the Abyss guessed right and an ancient superior species has been living at the bottom of the ocean. What other possibilities are there? Interstellar travelers? Time travelers? Creatures from a parallel universe beyond the membrane?
Dana Perino co-host of The Five says she is “deeply skeptical” about the existence of such phenomena. Well she is one of the most severe process persons I have seen in a long time. There does not seem to be any content in her head at all.
I suspect that there is a SAP in which a small number of people actually know what the government at its core has known since Roswell. pl