by Niara Terela Isley
These men have spoken out despite non-disclosure agreements, and despite the media ridicule and marginalization heaped upon these men, once selected as America’s finest servicemen and pilots to make the grandest flights this planet has ever seen… flying rockets into space, and to the moon itself.
Photo credit "Who's Dated Who": Late astronaut Gordon Cooper, 1927-2004
Here's a partial list, not including the hundreds of other military, commercial and other pilots around the globe:
Why would men who signed on to be
“American heroes” that go into space and are held up as examples to
every school child in the nation risk ridicule and censure to speak
up about a subject as officially discouraged and outright denied as
heroes don’t lie to the public. They don’t withhold information so
select corporate interests can capitalize on aspects of
extraterrestrial technology, claiming credit for themselves while
keeping the larger secret of where the technology actually came from
And that it could change life for the better of every single person on this planet if the technology locked down in black projects were to be released and implemented worldwide. Oil corporations and other military and corporate interests would have to answer for crimes committed to keep such secrets.
Amnesty for those keeping such secrets, and criminal acts up to and including murder, is one way that has been discussed for bargaining for the release of such information so it can be used for the public good.
Corporations who have made millions from
leaked ET technologies or applied their financial clout to keep free
energy devices from breaking their oil monopolies would count
themselves lucky to take their profits, create magnificent homes and
leisure lives from them and fade as quickly as possible from public
attention while the world transitions to clean
free energy and a
whole new, and hopefully more egalitarian, economy emerges.
Will the U.S. miss
its chance to be the first major nation to disclose the truth?
The U.S. has lagged behind in this area with the list of other countries around the world releasing thousands of previously classified documents regarding UFOs.
The current list of such countries stands at:
While the U.S. has had some documents released under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) many of them have been cryptic and/or had huge sections of them blacked out.
In general, with its policies of secrecy for “reasons of national security”, created from the National Security Act of 1947, the United States government and military have maintained a posture of official denial.
This flies in the face of rising volumes of testimony and research to the contrary.
If you live in Denver, also please support the Extra Campaign and get all the signatures necessary by August 7 this year to put the Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission on the upcoming ballot.