The Problem with Disclosure
Why the government and insiders are afraid to tell us what is really going on
By: Michael Schuyler
“Disclosure” is typically defined as the governments of the world telling the populace what they know about UFOs, particularly the government of
the United States. The suspicion is that the government has retrieved data, including actual UFOs, attempted re-engineering UFOs themselves, derived
technologies from this knowledge, and even signed treaties with aliens in a so-called “shadow government’ that operates in a maze of secrecy
outside the oversight and authority of elected governments.
The idea is not new. Indeed, almost from the beginning of the UFO phenomenon groups formed with the avowed goal of penetrating the silence to expose
the truth. NICAP, the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, started in 1956 and is actually still around today in a much altered form
). Successive organizations and people have rallied to the cry of “Disclosure!” in the sixty some odd years since. Literally
thousands of books have been written on the subject. Conferences have been held, press meetings staged, cases discussed, hoaxes exposed, web sites
come and gone, and tens of thousands of forum posts on this very subject.
And still: No Disclosure. Some governments and people have claimed Disclosure has already happened. Canada, Belgium, Brazil, and other countries have
“opened their files” and allowed access. Even the Project Blue Book files from the United States Air Force are completely available to the public.
There is no lack of data on “sightings,” as anyone who has pored through the Blue Book files can tell you. Thousands of people have seen “lights
in the sky” which have been dutifully recorded by authorities and made available. And thousands of people have reported more substantive sightings,
including radar corroboration, and even meeting aliens, conversing with them, being abducted by them, or being told vast secrets and conspiracies
which they have related. Anecdotal accounts abound.
Still: No Disclosure. No “REAL” Disclosure, according to those who feel they know what Real Disclosure would be like. It’s possible that these
people will never be satisfied no matter what a government spokesman says because they believe the government always lies no matter what. And it’s
possible these people think they know what has happened and just want the government to confirm their beliefs. They think they know, and nothing other
than a confirmation of this will satisfy them. And it’s possible they are absolutely correct. The government knows something it is not telling. They
have not disclosed.
And yet we have countless witnesses who have come forward to tell their stories of everything from seeing lights in the sky to boarding flying
saucers, some against their will. UFO “gurus” such as Steven Greer, Stephen Bassett, Bill Moore, and the latest, Tom DeLonge, have amassed such
accounts and formed organizations dedicated to “Disclosure.” The theme here, which started with NICAP, is that certain elements within the
‘secret government’ really want to expose all this, but it’s difficult, and usually the time is not quite right to spill the beans so we’ll
have to wait awhile longer, just like the Second Coming. Anyone who is even mildly aware of anthropological lore has to admit these groups sound very
much like traditional Cargo Cults. If only the aliens would show themselves they would bring the means for abundance and free energy and many of the
world’s problems would be solved. The story is the same as it was in New Guinea during World War Two. If only you would believe.
edit on 3/13/2018 by schuyler because: (no reason given)