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Presidential Politics and UFO's

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posted on Feb, 13 2007 @ 06:12 AM
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if us dont want to disclosure because l beleave that there is no president that will ever have the power to order a disclosure , the best way is the back door , the disclosure project should be present to all country such as mexico, canada , iran , china, russia cuba, europe , and all the country on this planet till these country begin to talk about what they know and what they have and then when there will be a few official story and real proof like chili air force , it may gonna force US to open some book . and l'm sure that trying to make US to talk about this subjet is useless cause they are master in keepping secret and there is no media in US that we can trust on any sobject . they only talk about ufo to make it sound ridicule or if there is a real story whit lots of whitness and good picture , they wont present it on tv , dont trust de gouverment and the media cause they sleep together ,




posted on Feb, 13 2007 @ 08:19 AM
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I'm not sure any career politician is gonna bring up this issue anymore... Unfortunately, the stigma (still) attached to UFO reality would end his career, or severely undermine it (we all were tin-foil hats, remember).

Acknowledging an non-terrestrial presence on this planet would open the door to too many hot-button issues. What if people demanded access to the tech we've supposedly recovered?... "Um, sir.... where can I pick up my own zero-point energy condenser and gravitational field modulator. Thanks Mr. Oilman, I'm off to live in an asteroid and not pay taxes. Hope you can satisfy your thirst for power and needless subjugation with 1/100 the population left on-planet".


I hate to say it, but I don't think we'll have any kind of disclosure or roll-out of the powerful tech until we are "ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT". A single unifying government devoid of warring factions is the only way to use this equipment without disaster. Now if we can only figure out how to implement a JUST and ENABELING world government without completely abolishing the concept of amnesty and human rights..... hmmm. Too bad it's turning out to be more a consolidation of corporate/political power than a long-overdue Renaissance/Golden-Age. meh



posted on Feb, 13 2007 @ 10:17 AM
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From everything that I have read on this thread there are two main things that I agree with.
One, disclosure will not happen.
Two, even if the president requests the information it will not be given to him. I don't know how it will be kept from him but it will.
I think putting more enlightened people in the Senate might actually have a better chance at disclosure.



posted on Feb, 13 2007 @ 05:41 PM
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Originally posted by tezzajw
On what basis do you make that conclusion? Mere personal speculation like your's does nothing to solve the world-wide phenomena of UFOs.


First of all I base my conclusion on science, reason and the fact that the military is generally a few decades a. of the public technologically.

And beyond that, 90% of the BS that's said about UFOs is simply personal conclusions of people.




If they are STILL in the R&D phase, then why have they been sighted in similar forms for the past 60+ years? Why would we have secret 1940's technology to produce incredible anti-gravity machines that reach dizzying speeds - yet we bombed Japan with a large bomber? Sure... the logic all fits.
Why should it take 60 years to perfect aerial craft that can already outperform EVERYTHING else in the sky? What else do we need them to do that they can't already manage? They travel in space, under the ocean, blink in and out of reality, travel faster than any known aircraft, manouver better than any known aircraft, they interfere with electrical systems and even kidnap people. Isn't that enough already to stop the R&D and start mass-producing?

Obviously your mind is made up, so there's no point bothering you with facts.


You know, I was actually going to go sentence by sentence and respond, as you are assuming a great deal fo things, not only about me, but
other things as well, but I realy don't feel like it now.



posted on Feb, 13 2007 @ 06:33 PM
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Well back on topic. I think that Bill Richardson would be the best choice as far as anyone who may bring about Gov't disclosure about UFO's. He's the Governor of my state and he seems pretty big on finding out and letting the people know what these things are. He is a large supporter of getting to the bottom of the Roswell crash and in my opinion, if he is able to get to the bottom of that and find the smoking gun to put it to rest. I'm sure more things will be forthcoming. I'm just hoping he's genuinely concerned about disclosure and not blowing smoke like most politicians do. As far as Obama, I wouldn't really count on him doing any good in that area. Unlike Richardson, Obams has little political experience in relation to most people in office and could be in a position to be led by the more prominent politicians in the Gov't to maintain the status quo. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.



posted on Feb, 13 2007 @ 06:41 PM
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Wouldn't it be good for one President to gather the info (in secret), then without warning, just release it to the media worldwide.

Of course it would be political suicide, of course it would be public shame/humiliation etc... It could also mean the end of his life and possibly his family members.

But, who wouldn't remember him as a visionary who had the guts to defy a veil of secrecy that is cast over the world?

Clandestine operations and covert secrecy are an insult to the intelligence of our species. Any government should not be allowed to deny the public the right to know about UFOs.

More smoke dreams, I suppose.



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 07:52 PM
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This link describes how a President Clinton aid was spear.ing a movement to force the government to release UFO data.

www.ufoevidence.org...

Do you think some agency intimidated John Podesta and made him drop this initiative?



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