a reply to: bsalert
We will find out shortly what was said in that interview. I suspect it is a further drip from the TTSA tap which is a good hint as to what is really
Elizondo has taken over from Tom DeLonge as spokesman for TTSA since the company floated. He has done plenty of quick soundbites for the MSM. But
doesn't actually speak to many people in long form interviews.
In fact you can trace all of his longer interviews almost back to one solitary source coming out of Las Vegas. A source that never asks any tough
questions about the operation at all and one intrinsically linked with the people and UFO myth making in that corner of the USA. It's almost like it's
part of the operation. (Sources can be provided on request).
Ask yourself a few questions about this TTSA operation.
1) No one who currently works for the Pentagon has confirmed that videos have been declassified for use by TTSA. TTSA stamp their logo across these
videos but their provenance is 'dodgy'. The Pentagon's only main comment has been.
"After a while the consensus was we really couldn’t find anything of substance.They produced reams of paperwork. After all of that there was
really nothing there that we could find. It all pretty much dissolved from that reason alone—and the interest level was losing steam. We only did it
a couple years....”
2) The financial documents make no mention of UFOs or disclosure. They do confirm that "To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science' is actually listed
as a service company SERVICE - ALLIED TO MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION"
Don't believe me? Check the link : www.sec.gov...
3) Tom DeLonge has set up this company to ensure that huge debts of his previous companies have been loaded onto "TTSA". But he also earns earns $100k
a year from this project. Guaranteed.
3) The board of TTSA is full of ex-CIA men. One of whom was involved with
the SERPO hoax
4) Tom's 'Our Two Dogs' hotdog stand (which employs 12 people and turns over $400k a year) has loaned $600k to TTSA. This has to be paid back with
interest to Toms hotdog stand.
5) If his fundraising objective of at least $5m is not achieved then projects will be delayed or cancelled and we are left with what 'To the Stars'
was a year ago - an entertainment concern. Tom still gets his $100k, his hotdog stand gets paid back at 6% interest and I am not sure what happens to
investors money. Stock cannot currently be liquidated.
Elizondo was actually knee deep with AATIP and UFOs in 2009 but also found the time to work on his own
"Never Ship Empty
I'd suggest that you don't just listen to Luis Elizondo or any of the people involved with TTSA and look at the opposing views too. Then make your own
mind up. They could surprise us one day but the legal documentation cannot be fabricated.
It's probably too boring for most people wanting to search for UFOs and aliens and 'disclosure' so they won't bother. But the financial listings all
point to "To the Stars Academy" being a huge money shuffle and entertainment operation.
Follow the money : www.sec.gov...
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