Like you I find the UN meeting reports
and Source A’s account interesting.
Although you find that the
reports still need independent confirmation, if we look at the
reports from an If-then perspective we see some patterns consistent
with earlier, unrelated reports.
For example, the Navy’s leading role in sorting out information for
the public is something we’ve seen previously. I wonder whether a
distinction is made within the Navy between Navy intel (intelligence)
and the higher admiralty. The use of middle-rank officers is a good
way to pose a measure of deniability.
The hostility of Saudi Arabia and some other Islamic countries to
disclosure would be expected. Disclosure would remove a layer of
elite management of religious phenomena that puts off public
perception of Saud family fraud. In some other Islamic
nations, disclosure would stimulate independent critical thinking,
on the one hand, while also posing the possibility of alien use of
religious themes in ways beyond official or clerical control. I
wonder whether Dubai is more liberal in this regard, given their
But Germany’s reported hostility is a conundrum. I have a brother
who has lived in Germany for about 16 years and he often complains
of a resistance there to new ideas—especially alien-related topics.
On the other hand, a manipulated post-war circumstance bred deep
skepticism in Germany. Add to that German leeriness of US imperial
sundering and you can also see where Germans may also fear a
disclosure scenario that deals too strong a hand to US management of
I wonder why Source A would find India “impossible to deal
with.” The East has long acknowledged the existence of aliens and a
re-cycling universe cosmology, hence there are less ideological
So I wonder whether India may be seen as
TOO willing to open to the public. India’s ability to blend alien
appearance with traditional outlook may cause US and European
manipulators to fear loose lips in India. Disclosure immediately
calls into question whether India would obey and conform to US
military-industrial and nuclear agendas.
India may simply say it will manage its
relations with aliens as it always has... Imagine the corporate
reaction to that.
And if China wants the US to pay for disclosure, it might not be so
much a financial concern. Instead, it may represent the fact that
China can plainly see that the US has a certain agenda that China
doesn’t want to be appended to as though in total agreement. The
Chinese certainly know that a US
black budget cabal has a deeper
technological inroad, probably more extensive human-alien contacts
of a technological sort, than does the Chinese government.
They may even fear breeding program
infiltration of US elites, i.e. in the “tall white” and gray
case (see the reports of
Robert Dean, Lt. Col. Steven
Clifford Stone). Of course, as
Naomi Klein writes, now that a Friedmanesque agenda has
resulted in 94% of China’s billionaires being the children of former
top Communist party officials, believe it or not, China may have
black budget/cabal complications of its own.
Source A’s report that the Air Force handled contact with
extraterrestrial life would tail with what
Charles Hall and others say
about the tall whites, for example. From the perspective of Col.
Philip Corso’s colleagues, we
can imagine deep concerns in the Navy and the Army about the Air
Force being compromised (or even infiltrated?) as a result of those
That would parallel Corso’s old notes
about how the Army felt that anything it told the CIA about
aliens or alien technology would soon end up in KGB hands due to a
web of loose-lips and compromises. In this case, the fear would be
that vulnerable information in the Air Force goes straight to aliens
and those dark eyed hybrids in black (rather than men in black), so
The Air Force role could be one of
unbridled ambition to copy and have control of
alien flight technology. Add stiff
doses of alcohol and revolving door ambition (or a lust for power)
and you can see how problems might arise in those reported off-world
The Navy’s reported concern about and investigations of “world” and
corporate hostility to disclosure could suggest that the Navy
suspects that there is more to the situation than simple human
reticence. The presence of what David Jacobs refers to as late-stage/human breeding program operatives (also noted by
Robert Dean) may be a wild card in
the equation. The Navy and other informed observers on this planet
are keenly aware of that. Infiltrated personae would not be trying
to smooth tensions, at the moment—for obvious reasons.
Some readers may wonder why the Navy would have a discrete policy
interest of long standing. It stems from that fact that, as Corso
wrote, the different services each began programs to investigate and
research downed alien technology (and more) after Roswell, perhaps
Because the Navy was selected to do the
first early Idaho nuclear reactor research (ostensibly for submarine
and carrier use), the Navy was the obvious early choice to research
what was then suspected to possibly be alien use of nuclear
technology—way back circa 1947. Of course we now know that alien
technology is scalar and beyond, but back in 1947 scientific
knowledge wasn’t so broadly based.
As a result, the Navy has long had a
discrete interest in aliens and
Source A said that the,
“USAF has handed off to the US Navy
responsibility for a specific contact project involving the
extraterrestrials discussed in
the February 12 meeting.”
That suggests that the Air Force may be
either embarrassed at the depth and closeness it has allowed
tall white and
other aliens reportedly directly
based inside the United States, or the Air Force is aware that the
other uniform services may see a possible threat in direct,
sometimes dutiful obedience of Air Force officers in both aiding and
providing for tall white and other alien presence
The United States is on particularly
weak feet during its
current economic situation, hence
the Air Force hand-off to the Navy may represent tacit admission
that the Air Force is far over its head.
In addition, we have to wonder whether the situation is one in which
compromised Air Force officers (and their corporate cohorts) may
want the Navy to get a taste of their interactions with such aliens.
The problem, of course, is that any breeding program operatives
or aligned aliens would quickly try to treat Navy officers to
a dribble of technology and special off-world buddy arrangements.
To date, the Navy has been the most
independent of the services, hence this late-stage conspicuous
contact almost suggests a measure of desperation on the given
aliens’ part. Which aliens, we must ask?
Human-alien contacts have proceeded so far and to such explicit
extent (even in my own case) that this last Navy-alien case seems
very, very late in the entire process. The Navy probably knows much
more than we see on the surface.
threats to UN diplomats by international
corporations may represent more than mere greed. All
nations involved in this process, i.e. China, can easily see that alien breeding program operatives are an important human
concern, especially when humankind is proceeding beyond a
technological threshold that will allow us to derive competent
scalar and inter-stellar flight and communications technology
independent of the most visible of current alien interventions.
So it is very late in the day, in that
regard, hence we see two competing factions in the reported UN
The fact that some in the military
clearly want the public to know about and peer into the competing,
partly compromised factions in the UN meetings story (if we look at
it from an if-then perspective) shows that we aren’t alone in
perceiving stark dangers in those who are trying to thwart competent
public knowledge of this process.
It’s a question not only of disclosure,
but WHAT KIND of disclosure is in the offing...
As US imperial influence wanes
and other nations begin to see the potential for a less filtered,
less murderous/corporate kind of public awareness, we should
expect to see potentially dangerous moves by the compromised