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An interview with Sgt. Clifford Stone

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posted on Jul, 31 2005 @ 06:41 PM
OK, for those of you who aren't familiar with Clifford Stone he has a book called UFOs Are Real. He was part of a team which went to UFO crash scenes. He was part of Steven Greer's Disclosure Project press club meeting in D.C. in 2001. I believe everything he says. Here's a link to a recent interview. I don't think it's the interview itself, but it tells you how you can read it and tells you some about it. Interesting none the less...

posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 12:37 PM
Great link, and his earlier interview is a link on that page...

I'm still on the fence with Mr. Stone...but I disagree on the typist attack. Typists (back in the day) were like some of the communication specialists these days, in the military. They saw and heard a lot, and had high clearances, just because of the info being passed through them, even if not involved in the project himself. It certainly is an interesting tale, regardless.

posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 01:47 PM
Good link meshuggah1324.

I agree Gazrok that the attack on Sgt. Stone only offically having been a typist is not a valid one.

There is a link on that page to a related article that is even more intriguing:

The Failure of Power Politics as a Strategic Response to the Extraterrestrial Presence – Developing Human Capacity as a Viable Global Defense Strategy

I quote:


IMHO, this "suggestive telepathy" may not be what they think it is.


[edit on 2-8-2005 by Paul_Richard]

posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 03:43 PM
The so called 'Typist attacks' are in place for a very good reason. Do you think the people in charge of such a team would not have a contingency plan in case of whistleblowers? They would ensure that anybody who considered disclosing the 'truth' could be easily discredited and henceforth added to the ranks of eccentric story tellers. I am deeply disappointed in Mr. Randle, I expected a man of his stature to be aware of such possibilities.

An excellent read though, thanks Gazrok.

posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 06:41 PM
When people ask "why don't aliens just land in Time Square and hang out with out"? It's because they don't communicate like we do by speaking using their mouth. So when you don't communicate the same as another intelligent life form, it would be dangerous for them to just land in some populated area. This would be why they only interact with the elite in the government, because they feel safer. It's only logical to me.

posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 01:57 PM
This post makes me re-evaluate Sgt. Clifford Stone favorably because I was not aware of some of the facts concerning him.

However I would like more information on exactly how he exposed certain previoulsy unkown projects in the government.

If this is indeed confirmed then certainly his credibility goes up quite a bit.

Does anyone have any specific concerns about him besides the "typist" designation?

posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 02:26 PM
Well one thing , why can't Stone prove what he's saying?

K. Randle made a good point , saying that if he was going AWOL all the time for a week here or a week there , then that should be reflected in the Morning Reports, that are roll calls, produced daily and would show that he indeed was going AWOL .

Surely Stone would know that , so why can't he provide any evidence to back up his claims of being involved in Crash Retreival?

In other words there should be evidence of his being AWOL , from the morning reports.

So you have to believe Stone can uncover top secret Projects ( Moon Dust) via FOIA requests, but can't prove he was AWOL from his unit! Or that he recieved special training , at certain military bases!

I think Randle makes valid points against Stones claims.

posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 04:46 PM
Do you think they would have let him walk away with a UFO crash retreival patch or something? Doubt it. All he can do is prove he was in the military for a long time, and speak the truth. What all these guys like Clifford need to do is set up a congressional hearing on this issue. Why this still hasn't happened I just don't understand...

But I believe Clifford Stone more than most, even though his story is "off the charts"

[edit on 3-8-2005 by meshuggah1324]

[edit on 3-8-2005 by meshuggah1324]

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