Webre at The EXAMINER: New York Times Article Boosts ET/UFO Disclosure Movement
This is the first time that I've heard Bassett connect the UFO issue with the energy issue in a public format like this. If the public is going to be engaged in the UFO issue, this is how it's going to happen. Many military witnesses are saying that the reason for the disclosure is the threat to those who produce oil, coal. Really positive article for this issue.
On May 14, 2009, the New York Times – whose motto is “all the news that’s fit to print” – published an article by Anne C. Mulkern of Greenwire, a leading environmental and policy news portal, entitled: “A climate solution that’s out of this world.” Ms. Mulkern’s article put a respectable, mainstream media spotlight on the ET/UFO disclosure movement, and one of its principal advocates, Stephen Bassett.
Ms. Mulkern’s article begins with an overview of one of the principal arguments of the ET/UFO disclosure movement. She writes, “One of the newest energy lobbyists claims he has the answer to climate change: spaceships.
“The government has in its possession ‘extraterrestrial vehicles,’ lobbyist Stephen Bassett said. As in flying saucers.
“Imagine the power source, he said, behind a 30-foot wide saucer that weighs the same as a tractor-trailer yet hurtles through galaxies at 20,000 miles per hour.
“’What is the energy system operating that craft?’ Bassett said. ‘They're not burning kerosene.’
“He added, ‘It eliminates oil. It eliminates coal. If it's as good as we think it is, it transforms everything.’"
Anne Mulkern ends her New York Times revelation on a positive note: “One energy analyst said it is not surprising that among the great diversity of energy lobbyists there is one who wants to expose a UFO cover-up.
“’I hope he's right. Wouldn't it be cool?’ said Jerry Taylor, senior fellow and energy analyst with the libertarian Cato Institute. ‘Good luck to him. Hopefully, the magic energy machine will be coming our way shortly.’”
Bassett’s advocacy and Mulkern’s New York Times reporting are following a disclosure advocacy and exopolitics research tradition that reaches back to 1901.