posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 08:31 PM
Will there be more ATS interviews with this guy? He's certainly got the credentials, and he at least comes across as intelligent.
I was impressed enough to go looking for his book.
But I have to wonder at some things. He says that disclosure has come, and that presidents and military top brass have brought disclosure. But
disclosure of what? That the Government is covering up ET? Doesn't seem to be his position. That the Government is covering up black programs? Well,
at least with regard to ufos it seems to be his testimony that they (mostly) aren't doing that. So "disclosure" from presidents and top brass
officials is nothing more than disclosure that people do in fact report seeing and photographing ufos and that the government doesn't know what they
He surely isn't referring to disclosure of the kind promulgated by the "disclosure project". Some of those guys (top brass) really go right into ET
and massive government coverups of reverse engineered ET craft, recovery of humanoid bodies, etc. Would he call that type of information
"disclosure"? I suspect not.
I do agree with him that the education system has failed when people are unable to discern when they are being conned by people making up demonstrably
false stories and when they are seemingly unable to discern authoritative sources from trash (and also from disinformation). Most of the people
researching UFOs seem ignorant of basic science, mathematics and how we can be sure of certain things which are known to be facts. In short, they are
either deliberately misleading ignorant people for profit, or they are themselves uneducated and ignorant.
It does make sense that governments are so bureaucratic, paranoid and incompetent that they surely aren't behind a coverup of UFOs. They are far more
worried about what the other guy is doing and what the public thinks of them.
But I start to lose him when he says that there is no career motivation for a military man to look into UFOs.
It stands to reason that if any earth based entity has the capacity and funding to engineer ufos it is the military, large military contractors and
aerospace firms. It's simply not credible that militaries have not invested in experiments in such areas and even less credible that military
contractors haven't. It also stands to reason that if other militaries and their contractors are doing it, then certainly the US military and its
contractors are doing it. The US couldn't even potentially allow their competitors to get an edge on them.
I'll also bet that Mr. Alexander didn't just get access to some magical archive of all military knowledge and projects when he had his TSSCI
classification. I'm betting the top secret classified information is so compartmentalised that absolutely no one has the whole picture. Whilst he may
have drawn the conclusion that the military did not have a single body which oversees recording ufo sightings (at least not any more), I bet he cannot
be so confident in asserting that projects to develop what we might call ufos don't exist.
If they can do it, they do. And they certainly can.
I look forward to seeing more interviews with this guy to see what else he has to say.