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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

UFO Sightings: US Air Force Captain Witnesses UFO Deactivate Nuclear Missile Warheads


UFO Sightings: US Air Force Captain Witnesses UFO Deactivate Nuclear Missile Warheads

March 30, 1:27 AMUS Intelligence ExaminerFred Burks

"For the sake of that airman I spoke with, and for all the other officers and men in the Air Force who have had to keep silent about what they experienced with these objects, I, without reservation, accuse the U.S. Department of the Air Force of a blatant, pervasive and continuing cover-up of the facts, deception, distortion, and lying to the public about the reality of the UFO phenomenon. Below is solid evidence to support my accusation."
-- Captain Robert L. Salas, USAF, on the shut down by UFOs of nuclear missile warheads at Malmstrom AFB

Captain Robert L. Salas of the USAF is one of the many brave military officers who have come forward to share their personal experience of a major cover-up around UFOs. I had the privilege of spending some time with him personally in February 2010. He came across as a quiet, warm man who was still disturbed by his experience. We have stayed in contact, and he later sent me an essay describing his detailed research into a most amazing – even inspiring – UFO incident he experienced, which I've posted with his permission below.

Captain Salas was present in March of 1967 at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana when a large, saucer-shaped craft at a very close distance was reported to him at the same time as numerous nuclear missile warheads were deactivated. Could this have been a message from extraterrestrial beings not to engage in nuclear conflicts? Why has this and many similar incidents reported by high-ranking officials not been given major news coverage. Don't miss Capt. Salas' excellent essay below, and then visit the links listed in the "What You Can Do" section at the end for more on this fascinating topic.

Back to Montana
By Captain Robert L. Salas

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Text Box: Captain Robert L. Salas

On March 25, 1967, I woke up groggy from my 24 hour "tour in the hole," as we referred to duty in the underground capsule. As I recall that morning, I picked up the Great Falls Tribune and read accounts of UFO reports around the area.

Later that afternoon, I received a call from one of the airmen who had seen the object at Oscar Flight where we had experienced the strange incident of multiple warheads being disabled the morning before. He pleaded, no begged me to meet with him to talk about what had happened. All he wanted to do was talk about it.

He had been one of the security guards who had to stand in abject terror in front of this large red pulsating ball of light by our front gate with only a rifle in his hands. He told me unashamedly that he was confused and frightened by what he had seen, and he was desperate to speak with me about it. I had to tell him that I had taken an oath not to speak about the incident to anyone and could not meet with him.

As much as anything that has transpired in my life, that conversation has consistently haunted me to this day. I was unaware at that time that the entire flight of ten Minuteman I missiles was also disabled while UFOs were observed over the launch facilities of nearby Echo Flight on March 16, 1967. They too were not allowed to talk about it. Only later did I discover the intense policy of secrecy around UFOs throughout the Air Force.

James Klotz and I have documented these events in our book Faded Giant. There are multiple witness statements and documentation to support these claims. At least for the sake of that airman I spoke with, and for all the other officers and men in the Air Force who have had to keep silent about what they experienced with these objects, I, without reservation, accuse the U.S. Department of the Air Force of a blatant, pervasive and continuing cover-up of the facts, deception, distortion, and lying to the public about the reality of the UFO phenomenon. Below is solid evidence to support my accusation.

Note: For Captain Salas' background and a much more detailed description of his personal experience with the above event, click here. For personal research he later conducted into this astounding incident, read on.

Background and Assessment of Malmstrom AFB incidents of 1967

The following is an accounting and assessment of the unique and fascinating period in the history of the UFO phenomenon involving the Malmstrom AFB (Air Force Base) incidents of 1967. It is based in part on Dr. Roy Craig’s own handwritten notes, and excerpts from his book, “UFOs – An Insider’s View of the Official Quest for Evidence.” In addition, actions by Lt. Col. Lewis Chase, Malmstrom AFB, Base UFO Officer, will also be reviewed. And, since I was on station and a witness to one of the incidents, this essay started with a very brief description of my own recollection of the facts of these significant events.

I gratefully acknowledge that much of the material used in this report was obtained through the efforts of investigators James Klotz, Dr. Michael Swords, Robert Powell and Raymond Fowler. The hand-written notes of Dr. Craig and other documentation are also archived at Texas A&M University Library, and we are grateful for their use. I would like to dedicate this article to the memory of Dr. James McDonald, a true scientist who, by right of his abilities and intense interest, deserved to have been the principal investigator of a real scientific study of the UFO phenomenon.

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On August 9, 1967, Dr. Roy Craig made a visit to the home of Raymond Fowler to discuss some reports of sightings. Craig was part of the U.S. Air Force financed University of Colorado UFO Study Group (Condon Committee) chaired by Dr. Edward Condon. The final report of this committee is held up today as the reason why the U.S. government no longer examines UFO cases.

Fowler had been assigned the title of an “Early Warning Coordinator” for the group by virtue of the fact that he was an investigator for National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenon (NICAP). He was also on the Sylvania Minuteman Production board in support of their contract for the Minuteman Missile ground electrical systems.

Fowler had received reports of missile equipment failures at missile sites in Montana. He told Craig about the reports he had received from sources on site that these failures were associated with the appearance of unidentified aerial objects around the missile sites. Craig was interested because he was assigned to look into such incidents as part of the study.

Background of Dr. Roy Craig and his position with Condon Committee

Craig received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry. In 1966 he was an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado when the university was awarded $500,000 by the Air Force to do a scientific study on the UFO phenomenon. Craig had no experience or training in investigative procedures and only had a passing interest in UFOs. He knew little of the history of the phenomenon when he began working with the group. Yet, he was assigned as one of three principal investigators for the study. “My assignment would be to investigate the physical aspects of current UFO reports, working with a staff psychologist, who would study the psychological aspects of the report… My associate would look into the minds of the persons reporting the sightings.”

So, even before looking into cases, Craig was tasked to work with a psychologist. The clear implication here is that the group leadership had a pre-disposition to thinking that the reports of UFOs could be explained as delusions of the mind. In addition, he had stipulated to Condon that he would accept the assignment if he did not have to deal with any classified information. “If an investigation led to a requirement for access to secret information, which seldom happened, I turned the case over to another member of the project and accepted his judgment regarding the extent of UFO pertinence to the case.”

As the committee was organized, Condon deputy Robert Low was the only member (presumably other than Condon) who was authorized to review classified material. That was also problematic from the beginning, since prior to the start of the study, Robert Low had written a now infamous memo in which he had characterized the study as being done by non-believers and to trick the public into believing it was objective. When it counted the most, Robert Low failed to push the Air Force for the release information on a classified investigation that very much involved UFOs.

A Visit to Malmstrom AFB (October 9-14, 1967)

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According to his notes written during his visit, Craig had four objectives. First, he wanted to review with Lt. Col. Lewis Chase regarding his UFO encounter in 1957 while flying a training mission as aircraft commander of an RB-47. The Missile site shutdowns and the possibility of UFO involvement was also on his list. Craig knew of the Shutdowns at missile sites from Ray Fowler. It is significant that he lists the date of the shutdowns as March 24, 1967. That significance will be discussed later.

Text Box: Potential Witness list

We note that the civilian agencies involved, such as Sylvania and Boeing were not allowed to talk about it. In fact Fowler has told me that he only mentioned the rumors of the Echo Flight shutdown of 10 Minuteman missiles to Craig with some trepidation of losing his job and security clearance. The report of the shutdowns was cloaked in secrecy even before Craig arrived at Malmstrom. The depth of that secrecy would soon be escalated after his arrival.

Text Box: Request for Report

In Craig’s book on his experience with the Condon Committee, he describes an encounter with Lt. Col. Chase, whose position description included the title of Base UFO Officer. The fact that the position of base UFO officer even existed is revealing in itself. Here's what Craig had to say about his encounter with this officer (click for verification):

“After Colonel Chase and I had exchanged pleasantries in his office, I asked him about the Echo incident. The Colonel caught his breath, and expressed surprise that I knew of it. 'I can’t talk about that.' … If I needed to know the cause of this incident, I could arrange through official channels, to see their report after completion of the investigation. … Although local newspapers carried stories of UFO sightings which would coincide in time with Echo, Colonel Chase had assured me that the incident had not involved a UFO. … I accepted the information as factual and turned review of Major Schraff’s report (on the Echo Incident) over to Bob Low, who had received security clearance to read secret information related to the UFO study.”

Low, in turn, had to interface with his Air Force liaison in Washington, Col. Hippler. A portion of the memo he wrote to Low is shown here. Low’s note at the bottom of this handwritten memo states: “Roy, I called Hippler and he said he would try to get this, but he suspects it’s going to be classified too high for us to look at it. Says he thinks interference by pulses from nuclear explosions is probably involved.”

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The tone of this note indicates that Low was simply accepting this rationale for classifying the missile shutdowns as a non-UFO event. According to records of Dr. McDonald, Robert Low never followed up on this request. If Low had followed up on his request and asked for more details, such as the possibility of nuclear explosion EMP (electromagnetic pulse) from the Air Force, he might have discovered that the U.S. did not test any nuclear weapons in the period from March 10 through April 4, 1967; the time period of the shutdowns (source: D.O.E. Report DOE/NV-209 rev. 15, December 2000, U.S. Nuclear Tests 1945 – 1992).

Even on the face of it, Low should have realized that if nuclear EMP was truly involved, it would have created widespread havoc throughout our strategic missile forces. Clearly the reasons given by Hippler were simply intended to give cover to Low and others to back away from any further investigation by the Condon Committee.

Craig’s notes indicate that he knew the names of many individuals whom he could have interviewed with respect to "rumors" of UFO involvement in the missile shutdowns. There were civilian representatives from Sylvania and Boeing who knew the sources of the "rumors" of UFOs. Their names had been given to him by Fowler.

Fowler also gave Craig the name of Dan Renualdi, a member of the Site Activation Task Force (SATAF) who was a very credible eye-witness. He reported being within a few feet of the object. In addition, one of the NCOs on the Air Force Technical Evaluation team admitted to seeing a saucer. There is no record of Craig interviewing these men. Craig did not ask to know the names of any of the Echo Flight crew on duty at the time of the shutdowns or any maintenance or security personnel at Echo.

It is important to emphasize that, although he was charged with investigating this incident, Craig failed to conduct or document interviews with any principal witnesses, including me. This is verified by his notes and his own book. By his own admission he simply took the word of Col. Chase that there was no UFO involvement and did not pursue an in-depth investigation as he was authorized and responsible to do.

The Secret World of Lt. Col. Lewis D. Chase, Base UFO Officer

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Text Box: Major Lewis D. Chase

On the evening of September 19, 1957 (or July 17, 1957 – there is some confusion on the date) Major Lewis D. Chase was piloting an RB-47 aircraft on a training mission that started out over the Gulf of Mexico near Louisiana then headed north. As the aircraft approached Jackson, Mississippi, Chase and other crew members saw a lighted object above them at 35,000 ft. They determined pretty quickly that the object was not an aircraft because it was emitting an intense electromagnetic signature on their equipment; similar in intensity to a ground based radar. As they turned to the west toward Texas, the object followed them.

When they contacted Air Defense Command ground control (GCI) at Ft. Worth, they confirmed that they had radar contact with both the object and his aircraft. As the RB-47 continued north toward Kansas, the object appeared at the 11 o’clock position of the aircraft. Suddenly the object started closing on them. As it approached it accelerated at high speed and passed directly in front of the RB-47. The object then stopped and hovered in mid-air about ten miles from the aircraft’s low 2 o’clock position.

As the RB-47 passed over the stationary object, Chase watched it blink out. The object simply disappeared! The object later re-appeared in another position. These maneuvers continued for over 2 hours. Chase wrote a detailed report of the incident at the request of AFOSI (Air Force Office of Special Investigations), whose representatives met him and his crew on arrival at Forbes AFB, Kansas. Chase told Craig that there was a voice recording of his communications with his crew during the incident which was confiscated by AFOSI.

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Text Box: Dr. James E. McDonald

Chase and his crew were told by AFOSI not to talk about the incident. Some of the details of this incident were told to Roy Craig during his visit to Malmstrom AFB, who included them in the Condon Report. Others were recorded in an interview with Chase by Dr. James McDonald on January 30, 1969, just a short time after the public release of the Condon Report.

Chase had asked Craig and Major Quintanilla, head of Blue Book in 1967, to check if there was an incident report in the Blue Book files during their meeting of June 12. Quintanilla reported that there was no file of the incident. Later, after completion of the Condon report, a “summary” report of the incident appeared in the Blue Book files. Dr. James McDonald had found that the report of this incident had been classified during Craig’s search for it. The Air Force essentially admitted to McDonald, after the termination of the study, that they indeed had some “classified” UFO incident reports that were not made available to the Condon Committee investigators for the study!

Soon after the Condon Committee began work in earnest, they convened a meeting with the Air Force at the University of Colorado on June 12, 1967. By this date, the Malmstrom UFO incidents had taken place and Lt. Col. Chase had been involved with the handling of those incidents. The Air Force had established "special contacts" for UFO matters at some of their bases. Those contacts were called Base UFO Investigators and were "requested" to attend this meeting by Major General Otto Glasser, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff of the Air Force.

Major Chase held the highest ranking of these investigators, who were mostly junior grade officers. Chase wrote a trip report of this meeting and parts are quoted here, verbatim. “Much effort was expended in explaining the methods that have been used to discount approximately 95% of the UFO sightings to date, i.e., optical mirage, stars, satellites, temperature inversion, etc. No time was devoted to the 5% of sightings on the Project Blue Book list that remain admittedly unexplained to date.” (Project Blue Book was an earlier UFO report)

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In another paragraph he stated: “It was also quite clear that, for the study to be effective, there is almost total dependency upon base UFO officers to sort the multitude of reports and to identify those cases worthy of detailed examination.” Apparently the Air Force was going to be able to choose how they would be investigated.

The last paragraph of his trip report reveals much about how the Condon Committee and the Air Force were intending to orchestrate this program. “Although the University study has approximately 8 months to run, and barring any dramatic events, the conclusions in the initial formal report will most likely read as follows: a. There is no evidence to support a hypothesis that extraterrestrials have visited earth. b. Certain events have occurred that are difficult to explain due to lack of conclusive data and/or instrumentation and state of the art investigative procedures.”

He concluded by saying, “However, it is reemphasized that there will be no big change in the UFO program, unless it is a civilian/military sharing of charges of concealing information from the public. The program for some lengthy period will remain under Air Force control due to the dependency upon Blue Book files and individual base UFO officers.”

Since Chase was the highest ranked officer at this meeting, he was effectively representing the Air Force brass. He had been directed to attend the meeting by a Major General at the highest levels of Air Force headquarters. And with his trip report, he was prepared to respond to any inquiries from headquarters about the meeting and whether or not the Condon Committee would cooperate in the manner the Air Force desired. It seems that those questions were answered for him.

By this time, Chase had already been clued in on how the Air Force wanted the UFO question handled. Chase was Chief of the Operations Division at Malmstrom AFB during the missile/UFO incidents in 1967. On March 16, 1967 Echo Flight was disabled while UFOs were observed near the missile launch sites by multiple witnesses. The Air Force considered this incident one “of grave concern to this headquarters.”

A week later on the morning of March 24, 1967 Oscar flight was disabled as a UFO hovered by the front gate of the Launch Control Facility as verified by myself and other witnesses. On the evening of March 24, 1967 a civilian truck driver, Ken Williams, observed a large domed shaped lighted object while driving near Belt, Montana (not far from Great Falls, MT). The object was about a mile to his left and seemed to be pacing his truck at the same speed. Soon the object stopped and hovered for a moment, then dropped into a ravine and landed. Williams observed it as it pulsated with a very bright white light. Later the object was also seen by Montana Highway patrolman Bud Nader before it finally flew off at high speed.

Lt. Col. Chase was notified of this incident about an hour later because of all the UFO sighting reports coming into the base. After discussions with the base commander, Col. Klibbe, he decided to investigate the situation. By 3:30 am, there had been numerous reports of sightings, including some over Malmstrom AFB. That morning, details were put into a message sent to various Air Force offices, including the Office of the Air Force Chief of Staff and the Foreign Technology Division at Wright-Patterson AFB (TDET).

Text Box: Request for clarification

Four months later word had filtered back to TDET that there had been some equipment problems during the March 24th sightings. They sent an inquiry to Chase. It stated that “Our office has been informed that during the sightings there were equipment malfunctions and abnormalities in the equipment. One individual stated that the USAF instructed both military and civilian personnel not to discuss what they had seen, as it was a classified government experiment. Request information on the validity of such statements. If some type of experiment did occur on or about 24 March 1967, please advise.”

Text Box: Chase’s Reply

Within a few days, Chase replied. “This office has no knowledge of equipment malfunctions and abnormalities in equipment during the period of reported UFO sightings. No validity can be established to the statement that a classified government experiment was in progress or that military and civilian personnel were requested not discuss what they had seen.”

These are blatantly false statements since I and others can attest that we were ordered not to talk to anyone about our incident and that our equipment certainly did malfunction. And, if it had been a military experiment, we would have since had the capability of easily disabling nuclear missiles at will.

This correspondence was written after the Condon Committee meeting with the Air Force Base UFO officers. Since Chase was obviously not disclosing the missile shutdown incidents even to another Air Force office, clearly the cover-up was ongoing, and he was in the middle of it. By the time Roy Craig came to ask questions about the Echo Flight incident, Lt. Col. Chase would know what he was expected to do.

The Non-Scientific Study

In August 1966, Lt. Col. Robert Hippler, representing the Air Force Office of Science and Technology and serving as the study group’s contact with the Pentagon, stood before the highly educated group Edward Condon had selected to participate in the study and said, “You see, first of all, we (the Air Force) have not charged you, and you have not promised, to prove or disprove anything.”

He may not have realized it, but he was telling his audience not to perform a scientific study. The scientific method is understood by anyone who has ever passed a science class in high school. A scientific method consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses (Wikipedia). By their own admission, the Air Force did not give the study group any hypothesis to prove or disprove. They did not provide the group with all the data they had in their possession or access to witnesses.

As was pointed out, they had classified UFO files and reports which were not made available to the study group. Thus, the scientific method could not have been used. The Air Force did not really want the scientific study they had promised Congress and the public. They simply wanted to divest themselves of the responsibility of responding to public inquiry on the subject of UFOs.

James McDonald who had investigated sightings throughout the U.S. and in Australia had provided the study group with a list of twenty best cases. The study group declined to look at them.

As Lt. Col. Chase had pointed out, it would be up the Air Force to decide which cases ought to be investigated. And, while Blue Book opened up their files to the group, the classified cases were not made available for investigation. Chase lied to Craig about UFO involvement in the Echo incident and did not mention the fact that Oscar flight was disabled on March 24. Craig was told that Echo Flight was disabled on the 24th, and that was never corrected to him (the actual date was March 16) by anyone in the Air Force, because then they would have had to admit that a second flight (Oscar) was disabled under similar circumstances.

Roy Craig had refused to look at any cases which might involve a security classification. He simply bought into Chase’s explanation and did no further investigation of an incident that was referred to him by credible sources. Therefore, one of the most important cases, the Malmstrom AFB missile shutdowns, which could have had a major impact on the results of the study, was not even considered.

As has been stated many times before, The Condon study was a whitewash of the UFO "problem," and that paint job was bought and paid for by the Air Force. This was a critical period in time on the question of public disclosure of information held by our government about the phenomenon.

As a result of the "findings" of the Condon Study, the Air Force took and has ever since taken the position that the phenomenon has no bearing on our national security interest, and therefore no relevance to the Air Force or any other government agency. Therefore, they claim, they no longer investigate UFO reports.

This policy has, of course, allowed the withholding of facts and information from the public to continue. It has allowed the making of policies and government intervention with and about these unknown objects without oversight, public discourse or approval. It has allowed an intolerable abuse of secrecy in our government.

The fact that UFOs possibly disabled nuclear warheads may be a message from extraterrestrial forces for us not to play with such dangerous toys. Hundreds of military and government witnesses have gone on record claiming a major cover-up around UFOs. Among them are a former chief of the CIA, the former chiefs of defense of the UK and Canada, and two NASA astronauts, including Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon. Why is it that so few people are aware of this and other amazing and even inspiring facts around UFOs?

What you can do:
  • Inform your media and political representatives of this important information. To contact those close to you, click here. Urge them to explore what's really going on with this Malmstrom AFB incident and with the UFO question in general.
  • Read concise summaries of revealing major media reports on UFOs available here.
  • Explore other fascinating, well researched articles on UFO cover-ups at this link.
  • Learn more about the intriguing UFO question and its implications in this powerful lesson from the free Hidden Knowledge Course.
  • Visit our UFO Information Center at www.WantToKnow.info/ufoinformation.
  • For a UFO research website recommended personally by Capt. Salas, click here.
  • Spread this news to your friends and colleagues, and spread the word on by email and on websites, so that we can fill the role at which the major media is sadly failing. Together, we can make a difference.
Fred Burks served as personal language interpreter to Clinton, Bush, Cheney, Gore, and other top dignitaries in secret meetings. As part of an international network of researchers and news analysts, Fred obtains and disseminates key, reliable information about powerful, yet little-known forces which shape our world. For more, see articles and links in the right column of this page.
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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Obama does not intend ET disclosure now

Obama ET disclosure uncertain, as voter ballot and citizen groups move to disclose ET presence

Alfred Lambremont Webre

With the sudden announcement on Friday Dec. 4, 2009 of the closing after 50 years by the U.K. Ministry of Defence of its UFO Affairs desk on the implausible grounds that its annual $73,000 budget is now being devoted to President Barack Obama’s surge in the Afghan war, speculation of imminent disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence by the Obama administration has faltered.

The U.K. decision, taken in apparent reaction to secret disclosure maneuvering, authoritative citizen-driven ET disclosures and an impeding citizen ET ballot initiative in Denver, Colorado, has had the function of making transparent the underlying reactionary nature of “official” disclosure strategies that are camouflaged components of expansionist military strategies.

There is evidence that the U.K. and the U.S. governments are co-participants not only in a global expansionist military policy as in Afghanistan, but also in interplanetary military expansionist policies involving secret solar system and galactic anti-gravity fleets. Evidence of these fleets was uncovered by UFO researcher Gary McKinnon, whom the U.S. government is prosecuting and whose extradition the U.K. government is facilitating in contravention of international humanitarian law.

Disclosure of an extraterrestrial presence, and of secret human-ET liaison programs will most plausibly, as they have been in the past, be done by citizen groups or whistleblowers. With the approval of a Denver Ballot Initiative, disclosure may now also be a matter for the voting public to decide. The extraterrestrials themselves, of course may continue their driving role in ET disclosure, at least for the immediate future.

Obama does not intend ET disclosure now

In hindsight of the U.K. decision, there are multiple reasons why the Obama administration would not now disclose ongoing secret human-ET liaison programs of the U.S. government, some of which have been ongoing since at least the early 1970s.

For one, the U.S. government is actively prosecuting UFO researcher Gary McKinnon in order to maintain the secrecy of a black-budget funded anti-gravity space ship fleet.

Secondly, ET disclosure by the Obama administration would risk disclosure of top-secret forward U.S. military bases on Mars, serviced by teleportation corridors. The reality of these has now been revealed by independent whistleblowers. The Obama administration’s function is to rationalize a covert U.S. government strategy to colonize the solar system militarily.

Thirdly, a leading agency of the Obama administration – NASA – is actively seeking to suppress knowledge of the extraterrestrial presence on Mars and other celestial bodies.

Fourth, unlike President Jimmy Carter, Obama never promised to disclosure during his campaign and has undertaken no good faith effort to disclose the ET presence. Efforts by this reporter to reach the office of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for confirmation of some good faith disclosure agenda have been rebuffed.

Finally, independent sources now confirm that Barack Obama is a life-long U.S. intelligence asset, who began his training in the early 1980s at Columbia University as part of an elite unit training him as a future U.S. president, under Zbigniew Brzezinski, founder of the Trilaterist Group under David Rockefeller.

Trilateralist-controlled groups and defense and resource industries have benefited from the decades of the privatization of extraterrestrial liaison programs. There is no reason to believe that a Rockefeller-dominated complex would engage in public interest disclosure not connected with military dominance and a permanent war economy.

Nuclear disarmament, the Nobel Prize and extraterrestrials

On December 10, 2009 in his Nobel acceptance speech at Oslo Barack Obama is expected to continue a multi-lateral initiative for the elimination of nuclear weapons, a policy that advanced ethical extraterrestrial civilizations have reportedly been urging on the United States since the mid-1950s.

Some exopolitics commentators have speculated that a Nov. 9, 2009 spiral night light in the skies of Norway may be a multi-dimensional omen related to extraterrestrial disclosure. If the night-light is not the result of a failed rocket attempt nor a celestial phenomenon and is ET-related, it can be interpreted by the context communication theory of extraterrestrial communication. More likely, if the Norway light is ET-related, it may relate to support of Obama’s nuclear disarmament policies. Of course, the night-light could be Project Blue Beam-related psyops, designed to cast an ET aura over Obama policies.

This theory holds that ET-related events, such as UFO encounters, may be symbolic communications by the intelligence behind the encounter, to a human public. The Chicago-O’Hare UFO sighting of Nov. 7, 2006, in which a 20-60 ft. UFO came down over United Airlines Gate C-17, is held, by one analysis, to be such a context communication related to then Senator Barack Obama’s future U.S. Presidency.

Disclosure by ballot: The Denver initiative

The movement towards Extraterrestrial disclosure by democratic, grass roots participation has a major event horizon in the Denver Ballot Initiative, which envisions the establishment of a municipal commission on extraterrestrial affairs by electoral ballot sometime in 2010. Thus what many entities of the U.S. government have worked to diligently to avoid since 1947 – official acknowledgment of an extraterrestrial presence – has the potential of occurring under Denver, Colorado municipal law at the next city-wide election in 2010.

The potential depends of whether Denver voters actually approve the ballot initiative.

Denver, Colorado has adopted an initiative form of direct democracy for bringing issues to public ballot. Initiatives and referendums are a form of direct democracy, and a modality by which voters can force voters, or executive or legislative bodies to consider issues they would not otherwise consider. “The modern U.S. system of initiative and referendum originated in the state of South Dakota. South Dakota adopted initiative and referendum in 1898 by a vote of 23,816 to 16,483. Oregon was the second state to adopt, and did so in 1902, when the state's legislators adopted it by an overwhelming majority. The "Oregon System", as it was at first known, subsequently spread to many other states, and became one of the signature reforms of the Progressive Era (1890s-1920s).”

The Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission ballot initiative is an historic landmark in exopolitics – relations between intelligent civilizations. Initiative proponent Jeff Peckman reports that “In a letter dated November 30, Denver City Clerk and Recorder, Stephanie Y. O’Malley, confirmed sufficiency of the petition. The letter [stated] that ‘the Denver Elections Division has found a sufficient number of valid signatures to place the measure on the ballot…at the next citywide election.”

Peckman continues, “Well over 10,000 signatures were submitted to obtain the 3,974 valid signatures needed. If the voters pass the measure, it would create a commission funded entirely by “grants, gifts, and donations”. The full text of the initiative lists the reasons for creating the commission, along with qualifications and duties of commission members.??“A major task of the commission will be to collect credible evidence that extraterrestrial intelligent beings and their 'UFO' vehicles have been visiting Earth. The evidence will then be displayed on the Denver City government web site. The seven regular members of the commission will also try to determine both risks and benefits of interacting with extraterrestrial visitors.”

The Denver ballot initiative remains a 2010 political election to watch, in the USA if not the planet.

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2010 Denver ET Vote: Mainstream press start publishing inaccuracies and 1953 CIA-inspired innuendoes


2010 Denver ET Vote: Mainstream press start publishing inaccuracies and 1953 CIA-inspired innuendoes

January 12, 11:54 AMSeattle Exopolitics ExaminerAlfred Lambremont Webre

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The Sacramento Bee, a mainstream politically oriented newspaper serving California’s capital city, has begun publishing inaccurate and distorted information regarding Denver’s August 2010 vote to establish an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission. The 2010 Denver ET Initiative vote was approved on November 27, 2009 after organizers submitted over 10,000 signatures under a local initiative law. Denver mayor John W. Hickenlooper has been quoted as public supporting the ET Initiative process.

Starting in 1953, the CIA Robertson panel functionally set a series of “rules of the road” regarding the extraterrestrial presence directing that any mention of the extraterrestrial presence in American journalism, science, education, and government be accompanied by ridicule. The result of the 1953 CIA Robertson panel has been two generations of U.S. professional journalists, scientists, educators, and civilian government officials who are virtually ignorant of any extraterrestrial presence and how to foster a public discourse around it.

The upcoming Denver August 2010 vote on an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission – the first such election held in Earth’s history - mandates clear, accurate and impartial voter communication and education on the issue involved in the public policy implications of the extraterrestrial presence. There is no more room for yellow journalism about little green men.

Denver Mayor John W. HIckenlooper supports ET vote

The Denver ET vote is an avenue to extraterrestrial disclosure

In August, 2010, the citizens of Denver, Colo. will go to the voting booths and do something that no other earthly civilization in mainstream recorded history has done – vote on establishing an official commission to “create a responsible, responsive, common sense strategy for dealing with issues related to the presence of extraterrestrial intelligent beings on Earth.”

The Obama administration does not appear that it will soon provide any break to the 60-year truth embargo on the extraterrestrial presence.

The 2010 ET voter initiative takes the position that the voters should speak on the issue of extraterrestrial disclosure. ExtraCampaign.org, speaking of the 2010 voter initiative, states, “It's time to go over the heads of elected public servants directly to the voters. James Madison, American's fourth President, wrote that "’The People are the only legitimate fountain of power’".

Jeff Peckman, coordinator of the 2010 ET voter initiative, provides an interesting coincidence to James Madison’s observations. Shortly after the Denver 2010 ET vote was chosen one of the top 10 ET/UFO stories of 2009, Mr. Peckman wrote this reporter:

Dear Alfred,

Thank you for including the Denver ETA Commission initiative in your top
ten stories of 2009. I'd like to add an alternative perspective on the
lack of disclosure from Pres. Obama as predicted for Nov. 27.

From a vibrational or intentional level, something even better
happened. The prospect of disclosure on 11/27/09 by Pres. Obama would
probably be regarded by most people as disclosure by the highest
governmental power of the United States. But according to James Madison,
America's fourth president, "The People are the only legitimate fountain
of power" and from them the other powers of government are derived.

Disclosure by that transcendental and higher governmental power of The
People, did not occur on that specific day. But what did occur was that
disclosure "by the People for the People", by way of the Denver ballot
initiative, was guaranteed at precisely 5:00pm Mountain Time on Nov. 27.
2009. That was the exact moment when the 25-day mandatory signature
review and protest period legally expired for the Denver Elections
Division to determined that we were not only sufficient with signatures,
but that there was no protest of any signatures. A protest would have
tied up the petition in court for up to 50 more days and possibly cause
a rejection of the petition, appeal and so on.

Because the city workers were on a mandatory furlough that day for
budgetary reasons, I was not able to know the final status of the ballot
initiative petition until Monday, Nov. 30. But to the extent the ballot
initiative is significant for a citizens approach to disclosure, Nov.
27, 2009 was historic for disclosure by the highest governmental power
of the land.

Jeff Peckman

Wiki: August 2010 Denver ET vote is first of its kind worldwide

The distorted and inaccurate intrusion of the Sacramento Bee

On January 12, 2010, Ross Mackenzie, a former editorial page editor at the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, now Opinion Columnist with the Sacramento Bee, wrote of the August 2010 Denver ET vote:

“-And speaking of Colorado, come November Denver's voters will decide whether the local government should establish an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission - you know, flying saucers and UFOs. Britain's military has just dropped a similar commission after 50 years of black holes and no positive leads.”

SacBee Reporter Ross Mackenzie wrote a “spike”

In journalistic parlance, this paragraph is what is known as a “spike”. It is a strategic paragraph, intentionally constructed with inaccurate and twisted information, in order to kill off interest in or discredit an issue like the August 2010 Denver ET vote.

This spike is the sort of journalism practiced in the United States since the 1953 CIA Robertson panel.

We are dealing with an election called by the sovereignty of the people of Denver here.

What mandate does the 1953 CIA Robertson Panel have over how the people of Denver and other major cities of the United States (and the world) should receive information about an issue in a public election on the extraterrestrial issue circa 2010?

In a word, none. The CIA nor any other military-intelligence organization or government does not have control over the rights of freedom of speech of U.S. or other citizens regarding the extraterrestrial presence under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution; the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, or the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The over-all thrust of the paragraph is to misstate the date of the election, paint the Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission with pejorative innuendo language We can deconstruct the various elements of the “spike”.

Deconstructing SacBee’s spike of the 2010 Denver ET vote

1. “come November Denver's voters will decide” - Any reporter on the Sacramento Bee should know about fact checking. The August 2010 date was published and readily available. We can give SacBee reporter Ross Mackenzie the benefit of the doubt on this one. Yet is not it a public duty of a reporter to get the proper information to the public on the correct date that an election is being held?

2. “you know, flying saucers and UFOs” – “Unidentified flying object (UFO)” is in fact a term invented by the military-industrial complex to enforce the extraterrestrial embargo. “The United States Air Force, which coined the term in 1952, initially defined UFOs as those objects that remain unidentified after scrutiny by expert investigators.” Since that period both flying saucers and UFOs have acquired a pejorative connotation, operationally created by the intentional psychological warfare against the extraterrestrial presence initiated by the 1953 CIA Robertson panel and carried out by U.S. government institutions, media, and academia since then with few exceptions. SacBee reporter Ross Mackenzie’s use of these terms in this context is intended to devalue the subject matter of the August 2010 Denver vote, and not to educate the electorate on the issues.

3. “Britain's military has just dropped a similar commission” – This is a gross distortion by SacBee reporter Ross Mackenzie. The Nov. 1, 2009 announcement by the U.K. ministry of defense that it was closing UFO desk that received UFO reports from the public is not like the Denver Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission. The MOD desk merely received reports and did not evaluate them.

The purposes of the Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission, on the other hand, are defined in detail in the full text of petition local ordinance. The purposes include: “1. To obtain and provide the most accurate, complete, credible, and relevant information available to city government personnel and residents about extraterrestrial intelligent beings on Earth; 2. To assist residents and visitors in reporting sightings of, or interactions with, extraterrestrial intelligent beings or their vehicles, and refer them to the proper and most appropriate public or private service agencies; 3. To inform people of the implications of encounters with extraterrestrial beings or their vehicles; 4. To develop protocols for peaceful and diplomatic contact with extraterrestrial beings in the event of contact; 5. To fund the Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission entirely from grants, gifts and donations, without requiring any fiscal outlay from the city budget; and 6. To make expenditures from the Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission fund.”?

4. “after 50 years of black holes and no positive lead.” This is misleading, debunker anti-extraterrestrial propaganda employed by SacBee reporter Ross Mackenzie. The following case, that of USAF Lt. Milton Torres, which received worldwide media attention, is sufficient to discredit Mackenzie’s reporting.

The Nov. 1, 2009 statement by the U.K. MOD stated that it was disbanding the public UFO desk because ““The MOD has no opinion on the existence or otherwise of extra-terrestrial life. However, in over fifty years, no UFO report has revealed any evidence of a potential threat to the United Kingdom.”

The U.K. National Archives, however, contain a treasure trove of extraterrestrial and UFO-related files collected by the Ministry of Defence over 50 years, and released in recent years. To access these recently released extraterrestrial and UFO files, readers can click here.

The documented case of USAF Lt.. Milton Torres

One key example of the files released by the U.K. Ministry of Defence is that of U.S. Air Force Lt. Milton Torres. The London Times reports the case of Milton Torres under the headline “US airman Milton Torres told to shoot down UFO when based at RAF Manston.” You can read the straight-forward account here.

One source reports, “According to Ministry of Defence X-Files which are declassified its new UFO encounter today. In one of the amazing close encounter which is published in latest MOD UFO Files,a former USAF pilot was ordered to shoot down a massive UFO — over NORWICH. According to him RAF controllers told him to lock on and launch all 24 of his rockets over the city. Milton said: It was some kind of alien snooping over England. I guess we’ll never know what it was. The incident happened in 1957 when Milton was a 26-year-old US Air Force lieutenant based at RAF Manston in Kent. At 11pm one night he was ordered to scramble in his F-86D Sabre fighter to attack a bogey hovering above Norfolk. Speaking about it publicly for the first time, he said: I was told I would be firing a complete salvo, all 24 rockets. I was pumped up — this was the sort of thing that happened before a war. He got the UFO on his radar and closed for the attack at the Sabre’s top speed of almost 700mph — then it disappeared off his screen in a flash. Milton said: I was smoking, as fast as I could go. This thing had a different propulsion system. It was not an airplane. The flyer said he was visited afterwards by a sinister security official and warned not to tell anyone — so he kept silent until now. The close encounter is in 19 files made available online yesterday by the National Archives.”

Why the timing of the SacBee’s spike on Denver’s 2010 ET vote?

Jeff Peckman, organizer for the Denver 2010 ET vote, reports that he has received widespread positive major media support following the approval of the ballot initiative.

Why would a veteran reporter like SacBee’s Ross Mackenzie resort to such an obvious and malicious spike against a measure whose process Denver mayor’s office supports?

The non-conspiratorial argument says that SacBee’s Ross Mackenzie is just an uninformed media veteran bringing forward the bad journalistic habits of post 1953 American journalism, where reporters were expected by their editors and the CIA to debunk extraterrestrials – or else.

The conspiratorial argument says that SacBee’s Ross Mackenzie is publishing anti-Denver ET vote spike pieces because that is expected of him, through peer pressure or something more sinister.

The excitement of the initial approval of the August 2010 Denver ET vote has moved into the preliminaries of the election “horse race”.

If a pattern emerges in the mainstream media of “spikes” against the 2010 Denver ET vote, then we might want to begin a more thorough investigation.

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