posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 05:38 PM
I think the UFO issue was probably not the reason JFK was killed. He had made enemies with an awful lot of organised groups both inside and outside
the United States.
One President who did try to get to the truth about Roswell and is still alive today is Bill Clinton.
He did actually try to get to the bottom of the "UFO issue" whilst he was president.
Vice Admiral Tom Wilson, who was J2, head of Intelligence for the Joint Chiefs of Staff was one of those Clinton asked to investigate. He actually
unearthed code numbers of secret projects that the government were funding but amazingly was told "‘Sir, you don't have a need to know".
Clinton’s first CIA Director James Woolsey was also another who attempted to get to the bottom of the UFO secrets that many have believed are being
kept from the public domain. Despite his efforts he declared "They have all told me nothing. They told me, well we had Project Blue Book, but the Air
Force closed it in 1969.”
Clinton went as far as ordering trying to get at the truth about Roswell after the original USAF report in 1995 "The Roswell Report - Fact vs.
Fiction in the New Mexico Desert" left out many witness testimonies and did not address the topic of bodies found in the desert.
In his peace address in Belfast he even found time to go off topic and said :
"I got a letter from 13-year-old Ryan from Belfast. Now, Ryan, if you're out in the crowd tonight, here's the answer to your question. No, as
far as I know, an alien spacecraft did not crash in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. And, Ryan, if the United States Air Force did recover alien bodies,
they didn't tell me about it, either, and I want to know.
The Air Force responded with "The Roswell Report – Case Closed" just in time for the 50th anniversary of the event or indeed non-event they
claimed happened. The bodies seen by eye witnesses were apparently nothing more than dummies. Dummies that were not actually put into use by the USAF
until the early 1950s according to their very own records.
Clinton, despite his lofty position, found getting to the truth about UFOs as difficult as any other researcher into the topic. In an interview in
2005 he even said.
"Well I don't know if you all heard this, but, there was actually, when I was president in my second term, there was an anniversary observance
of Roswell. Remember that? People came to Roswell, New Mexico from all over the world. And there was also a site in Nevada where people were convinced
that the government had buried a UFO and perhaps an alien deep underground because we wouldn't allow anybody to go there. And uhm… I can say now,
'cause it's now been released into the public domain.... This place in Nevada was really serious, that there was an alien artifact there. So I
actually sent somebody there to figure it out." "I did attempt to find out if there were any secret government documents that revealed things. If
there were, they were concealed from me too. And if there were, well I wouldn't be the first American president that underlings have lied to, or that
career bureaucrats have waited out. But there may be some career person sitting around somewhere, hiding these dark secrets, even from elected
presidents. But if so, they successfully eluded me…and I'm almost embarrassed to tell you I did (chuckling) try to find out."
If you believe JFK was killed because he was going to tell us all about Roswell then you also have to make the leap of faith that Roswell was an
extra-terrestrial disaster and that he had to die because of what he knew or was shortly to be told.