As I post this it’s now the twenty-second anniversary of 9/11.

Not too many people remember that 9/11 came on the heels of the Disclosure Project event at the National Press Club on May 9, 2001.

On that day, Dr. Steven Greer, a stand-in for President Bill Clinton, who was too afraid of ending up like JFK to tell the truth about Roswell, led a group of military-industrial complex whistleblowers to the storied podium to disclose the news Clinton couldn’t.

It was not lost on more than a few people that the assembled media abrogated its responsibilities; an unknown entity (likely the CIA) jammed the internet broadcast and the mainstream media mostly ignored the event.

Over 20 of 400-plus military-industrial complex insiders had given powerful testimony about UFO reality. They had credentials. They had receipts. In former FAA Division chief John Callahan’s case, he had the actual data from the UFO event he witnessed. He held it up for the world to see.

The Disclosure Project couldn’t be debunked, so it was ignored.

The silence was deafening. Reporters were starting to notice. 9/11 changed all that. The never-ending War on Terror grabbed all the headlines: The hunt for Osama bin Laden -Saddam Hussein and his weapons of mass destruction – Shock and awe, and so on…

Everyone is familiar with the conspiracy theory that 9/11 was an inside job- a false flag attack as a pretext for a war of aggression in the mid-east. Of course, the talking heads and reporters in the mainstream media parroted the official version of the event, mercilessly mocking anyone who suggested otherwise no matter their credibility, branding them with the epithet “9/11 truthers.”

You’d think that an entire community of architects and engineers – you know, the people that build our homes, buildings and structures so that they don’t collapse into their own footprints as a result of a jet fuel fire – would have some credibility, would be taken seriously. You’d be wrong.

Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth) is taken about as seriously as the people who think the Earth is flat or that Elvis is still alive.

Even before AE911Truth, which was founded in 2007, there were several books that made a very strong case that 9/11 was an inside job. Anyone interested should read Inside Job: Unmasking the 9/11 Conspiracies by Jim Marrs (author of Alien Agenda), Debunking 9/11 Debunking: An Answer to Popular Mechanics and the Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory by David Ray Griffin and Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil by Michael C. Ruppert.

If 9/11 actually was, in reality, a false flag attack, choking off Disclosure was likely part of the motive, maybe even the primary motive. According to Greer, one of the biggest reasons for the UFO cover-up is that ET technology renders the petroleum paradigm obsolete. 9/11 and the subsequent War on Terror served to kneecap Disclosure and further the interests of Big Oil.

I had a contact experience in the middle of the night on the morning of 9/11 just before the events. Without going into detail at this point in time, the experience led me to think that the extraterrestrial presence interpreted the events of 9/11 as a rejection of the Disclosure Project initiative.

It’s now been three months since Disclosure Project 2.0 took place at the National Press Club. This time around, the government has admitted UFOs (rebranded as UAPs) are real, and yet, there may be even less coverage in the mainstream media than the original Disclosure Project event back in 2001.

DC lobbyist Steven Bassett has compiled a comprehensive archive of mainstream print media coverage. You’d be hard-pressed to find coverage of Disclosure Project 2.0.

I found one.