UFOs are Real. The Government admitted that back in 2017, but with the caveat that the weird craft might be Chinese or Russian. Not so much these days. In early November, outgoing AARO (All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office) Director Sean Kirkpatrick all but admitted that real UFOs are extraterrestrial. 

Kirkpatrick said that UFOs were the result of either “foreign powers” or “aliens,” but added that “none” of the hundreds of cases reported by the military that were analyzed by AARO “have been positively attributed to foreign activities.” No mention was made of the possibility that UFOs are both alien and facsimile domestic craft, although that is what is implied by former Air Force intelligence officer and whistleblower David Grusch, who testified before congress about the Top Secret UFO crash retrieval and reverse-engineering program that exists within the military-industrial complex. 

Grusch’s testimony compelled the Senate to draft a ‘UAP Disclosure Act’ for inclusion in the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). As originally written, the legislation would increase UAP transparency by mandating a timeline for classified information to be disclosed. The UFO disclosure act also contains some contentious provisions.

According to Lobbyist Steven Bassett, the Disclosure initiative will pass, but there is an intense struggle going on behind the scenes over just how potent the act will be. The PTB are trying to weaken or eliminate provisions regarding eminent domain, subpoena powers and a UFO/UAP review board.

No doubt the PTB will resist the eminent domain clause, which orders government entities and private contractors in possession of extraterrestrial technology to turn it over to the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) within six months.

If I were in Congress, I’d be afraid that attempting to compel whatever rogue entity is in possession of secret UFO technology might be a lot like bringing a knife to a gunfight.

In the previous post, I wrote about an anecdote told by Steven Greer on Coast to Coast AM about a briefing he’d given to a General who’d been denied access to an Unacknowledged Secret Access Program (USAP) involving UFO crash retrievals and reverse engineering programs that led to the development of the Alien Reproduction Vehicle (ARV). 

According to Greer, the General said that if this group has such exotic [anti-gravity/field propulsion] technology it’s ‘game over’ because the most advanced technology he was in command of was the B2 Stealth Bomber.

Grusch has said that he knows exactly where the alien craft are. What happens if this rogue USAP group doesn’t comply? Do tanks roll-up on, say, Lockheed Skunkworks, and demand possession of all the nonhuman vehicles and all the back-engineered craft?

If I were in congress, I’d be worried that any attempt to reclaim extraterrestrial technology from the rogue group in possession of it might trigger the long-rumored alien false flag operation warned about by Greer, especially in light of the resistance to the eminent domain clause in the UAP Disclosure Act, reported by Bassett.

I know, I know, a fake alien invasion sounds beyond crazy, and it is, but that doesn’t mean the PTB won’t pull the trigger.

Given that Greer and his insider informants have been warning about this plot for years, we can only hope that the ultimate implications of the extraterrestrial presence – as I wrote about in my book, The Day After the Singularity: UFOS & the Great Technological Quantum Leap – are much better understood by the PTB at this point in time.

To go through with this beyond-crazy-black-op would be suicide.

Barring unforeseen circumstances, in my next post I will explain why I think Real UFO Disclosure maybe impossible until…

Stay tuned… (nod to RCH)


***UPDATE*** 12/22/2023 The bill passed, but not before it was gutted by the republican-controlled House. Gone are two of the most important provisions: 1) the presidential advisory panel that would have gone through the classified records and decided what should be disclosed. 2) The eminent domain clause, which would have compelled whatever entities are in possession of ET craft and technology to turn it over the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO).

As far as I can tell, Bassett has yet to comment. He hasn’t sent out a press release since the bill passed.

My Comment: It seems that the eminent domain clause was indeed a lot like bringing a knife to a gunfight: Nice fleet of Stealth Bombers you got there- it’d be a shame if anything happened to it…