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A Brief Treatise on UFO Disclosure, US Economy, and Doing Our Part
With all these important economic concerns being discussed—hopes that the areas of energy, health care, and education will be restored, as well as hopes that long term deficits will be lowered—we can hardly hope that President Obama will be concerned with disclosure of any government files regarding UFOs. Larry Lowe with the Phoenix UFO Examiner shares the following similar observations:
“Seasoned observers of the UFO/ET phenomenon and the political landscape in America wonder whether or not the exopolitical movement is sufficiently grounded in terrestrial political reality to be conducting such a program with any hope of success. Given the number and magnitude of the crises facing Barack Obama and his administration, the last thing it needs is association with an issue that opens them to ridicule.”
This refers directly to Dr. Michael E. Salla, PhD, founder of the Exopolitics Institute, along with members such as Jeff Peckman who, following in the footsteps of exopolitical forerunners like Steven Bassett, are promoting the notion that Obama’s administration will indeed be the ones to disclose UFO information. To be realistic, he probably won’t have enough time to so much as even consider the notion during the majority of his four years in office, and even if he is elected again, depending on where our economy goes from here, it is hard to say whether Obama would be likely to pursue interest in disclosure in the future, either.