Over the years, there have been numerous folks who have suggested that it’s about time for full disclosure of what the US government knows about ETs, UFOs, and contact with other intelligent beings. The government used to be pretty open about it all, collecting reports annually in an operation called Project Blue Book, which was ended (at least publicly) in the late 1960s.
Not much point in me pointing you to what folks say & see & react to – heck, you have YouTube & you can search for things, too, but there was an interesting story in the news this past week….
John Podesta, a one-time chief of staff to Bill Clinton and an outgoing advisor to Barack Obama, was asked his biggest regret as his present tenure with the government ends, and he said:
Although the news types can’t seem to give this sort of thing much credibility (The Independent calls him a UFO nut, and The Washington Post does the “damning with faint praise” thing one better by telling a story with faint detail), at least it has snuck into the national conversation that someone close to two presidents thinks there IS a story to tell.
He joins the increasingly high-level chorus that suggests there actually is something to disclose.