The ET Issue-Update
I haven't updated this blog in sometime, so I wanted to give a report on where I am with the ET issue and current events.
If you were following this blog before, you will note that at the beginning of Obama's term I posted some very positive comments regarding the election of the new President. Like the majority of the rest of the country I got caught up in 'Hope and Change' and hoped that he would deliver as promised-a more transparent government and complete withdrawal of troops from the Middle East. There were some rumblings during his campaign about his voting record in his previous position not running parallel to his campaign promises. Perhaps out of blind optimism I jumped on the bandwagon.
And I was particularly hopeful about the possibility of his disclosing the truth about ETs. Most of the ET researchers have been taking a 'wait and see' approach to the issue.
He might still do this. ET disclosure is the one thing that might save the Presidency of Obama. I wonder if he still might play that card, but I rather doubt it at this point. Since he bows to big business, and since big business has the most to lose in a paradigm change as dramatic as ET disclosure, I would say that chances are pretty slim.
Currently, the nation is getting swept away by Ron Paul. Running on the platform of smaller government, no more federal reserve and no more wars, Paul's message is consistent with his voting record of a lifetime of public service. And polls show that Paul may be the one to beat Obama.
Even as the Republican party and the media has been slow to embrace Paul, polls are also showing that the Democratic process is very much alive, and Thursday night's Fox debates showed Paul on fire and far superior to his opponents.
In regards to ET disclosure, history would show, and I think it would be safe to conjecture, that Paul has probably not been made privy to this information. As an anti-establishment candidate, he has probably not been let in the inner circle of those in the know. If we compare Paul with Kennedy, who was another anti-Federal Reservist, Kennedy also tried to get to the truth about ETs and was denied. Carter was denied by his CIA Director George HW Bush.
Paul has made little mention of ETs, other than to say he would look into the matter. But I still see the election of Paul as a positive step in this direction. As those of us familiar with the history of disclosure advocacy have seen over and over, a power hungry structure stands securely in the way of ET disclosure. This power structure needs to be broken up. It seems that no amount of advocacy work is making any large strides in this direction, though there may be much more going on behind the scenes. The recent response from the office of the President is the first time that any answer has come from this office regarding this issue. But the standard answer that there is 'no evidence though we continue to look' was rather disappointing considering the mountain of evidence that has been coming out in the last 10 years and all the countries that have disclosed their ET files.
Ron Paul finally presents us now with an opportunity for the walls of this power structure to be severely weakened. An attainment of small government would considerably weaken the current 'masters of the universe'. I believe also that key members of the Federal Reserve are in on the ET issue. Researcher Stephen Greer has stated that former Fed Chairman Allan Greenspan has been a key member of the modern day Majestic 12 program, the underground program believed to be overseeing the ET issue. Withdrawing our military from around the world and stopping the warmongering that the US continues to engage in would also be a positive step in weakening the Military Industrial Complex that Eisenhower so accurately warned us against.
And this is where most of my focus is currently directed these days. Facebook has been my primary outlet, posting articles that promote Paul's campaign. I occasionally find and post updates for Greer's program and other articles of interest, and I continue to participate in the Disclosure Movement where ever I can. But our best hope to get us closer to the truth lies with Ron Paul, whether he accomplishes this or not, and I hope you will join me in supporting his campaign.