This isn't exactly 'new' news, on the June the 5th a private commercial company called SpaceX successfully launched the falcon 9 rocket as part of
obama's ambitious COTS program (commercial orbital transportation services).
Which is to be an expected alternative to the under-funded exorbitantly more expensive constellation program (Ares1-5) that Bush instituted in his
vision for space exploration program.
Some of you maybe wondering, what exactly does the successful Falcon 9 test launch, have anything at all to do with Aliens and UFO disclosure?
Keep in mind this is all just my opinion, but while there is no direct connection a voluntary effort to make disclosure happen is NEVER going to work
through any efforts of private citizens whether through begging and pleading for those in congress and working against an elusive shadow government
that holds all the cards is just damn near impossible.
We all want it to happen, but it's a REAL and sobering fact that in all probability based on all information we can go by that none of us may live to
see disclosure happen, especially through the conventional means listed above.
Now that we've established what I see as the reality of the situation surrounding disclosure. The Launch and success of Falcon 9 , i'd argue is the
best hope and is one of the most important stepping stones to indirectly making disclosure inevitable.
Here is where my logic connects those two events, by Obama's vision in privatizing space and making it more and more accessible to the private
individual it will in time become more and more difficult for those elements of the government to cover up the phenomenon as they will not be able to
exert the same control over say a private surveillance space station owned by ufologists vs. NASA.
It's still possible, but these guys can't keep it up forever. The key here isn't forcing disclosure through a voluntary process, but increasing the
power and accessibility of private citizens to go beyond the bounds of government overwatch.
It's obviously not going to happen anytime soon, but only through the natural process of increasing levels of technological development, up to an
inevitable point where Humanity is able to develop and reproduce FTL travel openly.