More and more people around the world are demanding “UFO” disclosure, and governments are responding.
by Arjun Walia
In fact, dozens of governments have already admitted to having departments in charge of UFO research and have released decades’ worth of declassified files.
While these files do not contain strong evidence to support the existence of extraterrestrial beings, they do officially report objects traveling at high rates of speeds performing maneuvers that no known aircraft can perform.
These well-documented encounters raise a number of important questions, and politicians are now beginning to promise us answers.
You can access the United Kingdom’s files here, and to access some more files that detail military encounters with UFOs, you can read this article.
“An extraterrestrial influence is investigating our planet. Something is monitoring the planet and they are monitoring it very cautiously.” — 2008 Presidential Candidate Mike Gravel (source) (source)
The gentleman you see in the picture above with Barack Obama is John Podesta, who was Obama’s councilor prior to becoming the head of Hillary Clinton’s current presidential campaign. Before working for Obama, he was White House Chief of Staff for Bill Clinton’s administration.
He has gone on record with the following statements about UFOs:
“I’m skeptical about many things, including the notion that government always knows best, and that the people can’t be trusted with the truth.
“The time to pull the curtain back on this subject is long overdue. We have statements from the most credible sources – those in a position to know – about a fascinating phenomenon, the nature of which is yet to be determined.”
A number of years ago he made an appearance at the National Press Club emphasizing the same thing. You can watch that clip here.
As you can see, this topic is now receiving a lot of mainstream media coverage, so much so that Hillary Clinton has promised she will try to achieve disclosure of American UFO files to the public.
Below you will see a picture of Hillary Clinton with Laurence Rockefeller which was recently published in the New York Times. The book you see Hillary Clinton holding is titled Are We Alone?
It was written by Paul Davies, a respected American physicist who has held professorships at various universities. Most of his research has been focused on quantum field theory.
The book ponders the ramifications of contact with intelligent extraterrestrials, and we published an article on the implications of this photo that you can access here.
Laurence was a big proponent of getting this information out into the public domain, and although Hillary Clinton does not appear to be the favorite presidential candidate, it seems she will be the one to officially disclose American UFO files.
This picture at the very least confirms that she has been interested in the topic for some time.
I do wonder if Hillary is using our interest in UFOs to gain more votes, but there is no way to know that for certain. Regardless of her intentions, we here at Collective Evolution believe that voting only offers the illusion of democracy.
Theodore Roosevelt told us that ‘presidents are selected, not elected,’ and he wasn’t the only one to do so.
The entire superdelegate process in itself completely undermines democracy, and it appears that Hillary’s path to the presidency was carved out long before anybody even know she would travel it. This is why it looks like ‘UFO’ disclosure is on its way.
Important Things To Remember About Government UFO Disclosure
It’s a shame that mainstream media and Western governments have spread so much misinformation. People trust them implicitly, making it easy for them to twist the truth for their own ends.
So even if they do offer official remarks about UFOs, it’s unlikely that they will be honest when doing so. If the ‘war on terror’ and the ‘war on drugs’ are any indication, we should be wary of anything they tell us about UFOs.
But it should be clear to anyone who has researched this subject that powerful and influential people take it very seriously. Whatever information does get released will not be the whole of it.
Why do we always wait until the government or the media verifies something in order to believe it’s true?
Why do we assume that anyone without these official credentials is lying, or crazy, or both? If we simply did our own research, we could come to our own conclusions and we wouldn’t be so easily fooled when these official sources lie to us.
There is so much information out there and so much evidence to support not only the existence of UFOs but of extraterrestrials as well. We don’t need the government to tell us what is already apparent. We just need to do independent research and think for ourselves.
If you’d like to learn more about this subject, you can start with the two articles I’ve linked below, as well as a book recommendation.
These articles are a good starting point to get you up to speed on some of the information that’s already out there:
- The Inevitable is Almost Here: What’s Going to Happen When the World Finds Out We Are Not Alone
- This Is What Happens When A UFO Is Tracked On Military Radar
- UFOs For The 21st Century Mind