Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently made a stop in New Hampshire, during which time Daymond Steer, a journalist at the The Conway Daily Sun,brought up the topic of Unidentified Flying Objects. Her response might be surprising to some, though it shouldn’t be, since Clinton, and her campaign manager, John Podesta, have investigated this topic before, and dozens of governments have already officially disclosed the existence of UFOs. Her remarks lead one to wonder if we can expect the disclosure of UFO files from the United States if Hillary is elected (or selected)?
This story seems to be blowing up, as it was recently published by Washington Times and the Huffington Post.
These objects seem to pop up all over the place, and are seen, recorded, and photographed by people all over the world. They are also commonly tracked on military radar and visually confirmed by military pilots, often performing impossible maneuvers and travelling at unattainable speeds. For example, a photo snapped by a Canadian Air Force pilot by the name of Dr. Jacques Vallee (notable for co-developing the first computerized mapping of Mars for NASA and his work at SRI International) was published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration. And here is a defence intelligence agency report describing an example of something that has happened hundreds, if not thousands of times.
Here is a great summary of the issue given by author and historian Richard Dolan, taken from the Citizens Hearing on Disclosure that was organized by Stephen Basset, executive director of the paradigm research group. These are two out of many people we need to be paying attention to when it comes to this topic, not your television.
The point is, the subject of UFOs is no longer a fringe topic, and thanks at least in part to the release of thousands of pages of UFO related documents into the mainstream, people like Hillary Clinton no longer seem afraid to open up about this issue publicly.
What Hillary & Her Presidential Campaign Manager Say
Not long ago, Bill Clinton made an appearance on mainstream television talking about the topic, in a humorous yet serious manner. When Daymond Steer asked Hillary about her husband’s comments on UFOs, she said, “I think we may have been visited already, we don’t know for sure.” She also told Steer that her campaign chairman, John Podesta (also former councillor to Barack Obama and White House Chief of Staff for the Clinton Administration), has encouraged her to pursue the subject.
“He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out. . . One way or another, maybe we could have, like, a task force go to Area 51.” (source)
Now, it’s important for readers to note that the existence of Area 51 was publicly revealed last year. It is no longer a secret. Whether or not there is UFO/extraterrestrial activity going on there is a different story, of course, but this was still big news. There also remains the distinct possibility, however, that this revelation was meant as a decoy to distract us from discovering or asking about the numerous hidden military facilities all across the world, many of which are deep underground. We published an article going into detail about the reality of these places a while back, you can read more about that here:
Right Beneath Your Feet: The Hidden Reality of Deep Underground Military Bases
Clinton’s assertion that she thinks “we may have been visited already, we don’t know for sure” is undoubtedly significant, particularly in light of the fact that she made an appearance on CNN a long time ago stating that UFOs are a silly topic to look into, a mere ‘conspiracy theory.’ (source)
Her view on the matter has been significantly revised, it would seem. As illustrated above, her campaign manager, John Podesta, has encouraged her to look more into this subject. At the end of 2014, Podesta tweeted that his biggest regret of the 2014 campaign was “not securing the disclosure of UFO files.” This is not the first time he has made such a bold statement:
I’m skeptical about many things, including the notion that government always knows best, and that the people can’t be trusted with the truth. The time to pull the curtain back on this subject is long overdue. We have statements from the most credible sources – those in a position to know – about a fascinating phenomenon, the nature of which is yet to be determined. – (taken from Leslie Kean’s 2010 New York Times bestseller, UFOs: Generals, Pilots, And Government Officials Go On The Record, in which Podesta wrote the forward)
Almost a decade prior to this, he made an appearance on live television (at the national press club), arguing the following:
I think it’s time to open the books on questions that have remained in the dark, on the question of government investigations of UFOs, it’s time to find out what the truth really is that’s out there. We ought to do it really because it’s right, we ought to do it because the American people quite frankly can handle the truth, and we ought to do it because it’s the law. (source)
Can We Trust What The Government Will Eventually Disclose About UFOs and/or Extraterrestrials?
It’s no secret that the masses have a very tough time trusting governments, especially when you think about the fact that corporations hold, as Jane Goodall called it, a “scary” amount of power over policy decisions (which is why we see major legislature continually in the works to give corporations even more power over governments). The recent TPP is just one example of this in action. Above the corporations are the big banks, from whom corporations get their money.
Governments and mainstream media have also been caught dishing out misinformation and lies regarding global events already, with false flag terrorism being just one example of many of this kind of dishonesty. The point is, when it comes time for the government to provide the world with information about extraterrestrials, given their track record, would it be prudent for us to believe it? It’s a shame that so many countries have reached this point of utter disconnect between citizens and their governments. Lack of trust is at the core of the problem. Something to think about…
It’s important for more people to start critically thinking, questioning, and doing their own research. Rest assured, this is one topic (out of many) where it would be best to do so.
On the other hand, the evidence supporting the idea that we have been visiting, and that there has been a cover up is quite overwhelming. Perhaps this is just another step in the slow process of letting the world know?
By Arjun Walia
I joined the CE team in 2010 shortly after finishing university and have been grateful for the fact that I have been able to do this ever since 🙂 There are many things happening on the planet that don’t resonate with me, and I wanted to do what I could to play a role in creating change. It’s been great making changes in my own life and creating awareness and I look forward to more projects that move beyond awareness and into action and implementation. So stay tuned 🙂 firstname.lastname@example.org
(Source: collective-evolution.com; January 4, 2016; http://tinyurl.com/zcswlmw)