Here in the UK we have one newspaper group which consistently refuses to get political, which never tells its readers how to vote, and which features
journalists, columnists & editors with a range of viewpoints from across the political spectrum, including those who are avowedly non-political too.
That newspaper group is called the Johnston Group, whose flagship newspaper is called, suitably enough, the Independent. There is also a compact
daily which is very popular, named the 'i', which is a printed word paper, which I read regularly. It is an excellent paper, keeping readers very
well-informed on a wide range of newsworthy stories from all aspects of life both nationally & internationally.
I purchased a copy yesterday, and as I read through it in the evening, I was shocked to come across not one, but TWO articles of a very lengthy &
detailed nature, both of which related to the UFO enigma, and the likelihood of alien, intelligent life, from out there in the universe, which appears
to have taken an interest in Humanity. On seeing the titles of each story, I expected that the typical fare would be served up - tongue-in-cheek
witticisms, even direct ridicule & mockery of the sources/ 'conspiracy theorists', etc. I was in for a surprise on both counts.
Not only did the journalists/columnists responsible report the stories in an excellent amount of detail, but they not once gave any indication that
mockery/ ridicule was part of the agenda. The stories were handled respectfully, in a serious tone, and the matter-of-fact presentation, together
with excellent quoted sources, in fact gave the opposite impression. These stories were being reported as legitimate evidence of the UFO phenomenon,
and the editorial slant was nothing short of a de facto admission that the US government, and the governments of many developed nations, knew that the
phenomenon was real, and strongly suspected (knew) that aliens were responsible for at least some UFO events. The presentation suggested that the
time had come for a more serious presentation of the facts, and discussions concerning their implications for Humanity.
The first article detailed the event which we on ATS have been looking at over the past week or so, that being the Tom de Longe 'To The Stars' footage
which was released by the US military, concerning two UFO events in 2004, filmed from cameras mounted on jet aircraft. Here on ATS we had
collectively come to a fairly cynical view on the footage & its release by TDL, I think you will agree. However, hold onto your hats, because a twist
will become evident in a moment. The second article* referenced the strange oblong cylinder 'asteroid (craft?) which had entered/ traversed our solar
system recently, spinning on its longitudinal axis, with various astronomers having been quoted as saying it suggested its behaviour had suggested
that the object was under intelligent control, possibly a robotic probe, or even a piloted transport vessel carrying living biological aliens.
* Note - the second article linked below is linked only to demonstrate that i news covered the story. However, the linked article is NOT the article
which appeared in the printed word i newspaper yesterday. The article online was written by a journalist named Serena Sandhu, and she takes the
traditional line of tongue-in-cheek mockery. HOWEVER, the newspaper article itself, was written five days after Serena's junk article, by Professor
of Astronomy, Alan Fitzsimmons. Who is remarkably more qualified to comment on the subject than journalist Serena. His viewpoint is entirely
open-minded as to the fact that the Oumuamua 'asteroid' could very well be a spacecraft under intelligent control. I think we can safely ignore
Serena's take on the matter. I bring this up because I have been thus far unable to upload my photographs of the articles in the newspaper itself due
to some sort of error with the ATS image uploads system. As soon as this glitch is resolved I will upload photos of the original printed articles,
and will ask the mods to add them to the OP as necessary.
Both printed articles were presented in serious tone, as stated, suggesting that a paradigm shift is now starting to unfold, and that yes, finally, a
planned disclosure event is underway. The twist comes in the fact that the first article, detailing the events highlighted by TDL's 'To The Stars'
foundation, basically presents the information as originating within the US government, with a former government agent (who appears to be still
sanctioned by the US government) stating that there is "..compelling evidence that we are not alone.." The twist? Tom de Longe is not
mentioned anywhere at all.
The article is therefore presented as a de facto admission by the US government, that yes, UFOs exist, they perform manoeuvres which cannot be matched
by known human technology, and that we are not alone in the universe. Ergo, this is tantamount to the first steps in a legitimate DISCLOSURE
sequence of events.
The second article features a number of quotes from reputable astronomers, describing their belief that this oblong cylinder
'asteroid'/ probe/ transport vessel which they have tracked along its path traversing our solar system, could be of alien origin, under intelligent
control even. They highlight its unnatural spin along its longitudinal axis, which as many here will know, would produce the effect of artificial
gravity within the inner edges of the cylinder, if indeed it were hollow & in some way adapted or designed for intelligent life.
But why is Tom de Longe not mentioned at all in the first article?
Well, because he had served his purpose in this round of the chess tournament. He was utilised to gauge public perceptions of the subject, to massage
the masses & inject some hopeful optimism into the worldwide community of UFOlogy, both professional & layman. While we at ATS had taken a rather
cynical view of the latest release of videos & testimony via TDL - with the plan now apparently in motion, TDL is cut out of the loop for the time
being, having provided a platform by which to calibrate the approach of those who will perhaps ultimately guide us into a full & candid admission by
our leading political figureheads regarding the absolute fact that intelligent lifeforms other than humans exist, and that they have taken an interest
in Humanity for a very, very 'Longe' time.
I expect we will see more of this type of reporting in the near future, and that TDL will once again - perhaps several times - be called upon to
provide calibration services for those in charge of the process. And finally, I believe that Donald Trump will be selected to break the news to the
world. I mean, it's already crazy enough that he became president, so why not 'make it so' via the Donald? I think people will accept it more easily
if it comes from him. Indeed - perhaps this was the plan all along..
But we're probably three or four steps away from that final event, depending on how the calibrations & statistical research via TDL, and elsewhere,
progresses. Is this all a cynical plot to lead us towards a fake alien invasion, per the oft-quoted depopulation agenda of the Elite? Or is it a
genuine release of truthful information by concerned insiders, which will serve ultimately to enlighten & evolve the mind of Man?
These are most certainly Interesting Times.
edit on DecemberFriday17012CST09America/Chicago-060040 by FlyInTheOintment because: phraseology