My mother was one of those moms who used to remind the kids that charitable behavior is a virtue and that if you can’t find something nice to say about someone… With that in mind I would like to attempt to find the good side of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy and join in, albeit briefly, with the masses of my fellow citizens who are mourning her defeat. As the title implies, Hillary was very likely our last chance to have a president finally reveal the secrets of Area 51 and the UFOs, alien bodies and other secrets of the universe which surely hide there. (If we could only get them to release the anti-gravity technology we’d be on easy street.)
There were rumors flying around the Ufology community (yes… that’s a word now) that John Podesta and Hillary Clinton were finally going to provide The Big Disclosure on this subject when she got into office. Donald J. Trump has made no such promise, nor do I believe he’s interested in the topic. But as long as the aliens didn’t turn out to be the really good looking, female sort that Captain Kirk so admired (which might have proven too much of a temptation for Bill) Hillary might have opened the vaults. Now it’s too late.
Or is it? The latest rumor to hit the mill is that Clinton may still convince Barack Obama to provide this disclosure as a parting gift before leaving the White House. Oh… and they’re not giving up on Trump doing it either. (Morning News USA)
However, a beacon of hope still remains if Clinton and Podesta can convince President Obama to make the big reveal before he leaves office. A statement from the Paradigm Research Group website says “There are 70 days left to persuade Secretary Clinton, John Podesta and President Obama to engage the media on the extraterrestrial issue leading to a White House/Pentagon rapprochement and Disclosure under President Obama.”
Additionally, many alien truth seekers see president-elect Donald Trump wil be the one to reveal the existence of extraterrestrials to the public. According to them, Trump is not an insider and could spill the beans if he deems it necessary for the public to know of their existence.
I always try to maintain a bit of optimism myself, but as much as I would never question the impeccable research and accuracy of, er… Morning News USA, I’m just not convinced that this is going to happen. You see, Obama still has to work out some sort of income plan for his post-presidency years and he’s fairly young. That government pension can only stretch just so far. If they’ve got hold of some sort of limitless energy or warp speed technology, that’s got to be worth a fortune. You don’t just give something like that away.
But this may be all for the best. Let’s say that one of these three actually did reveal all the alien bodies and technology. Then we’d have a parade of people demanding that we all get to contact the aliens. And that, at least according to Stephen Hawking, would be a very bad idea. (Science Alert)
“As I grow older I am more convinced than ever that we are not alone. After a lifetime of wondering, I am helping to lead a new global effort to find out,” Hawking says in the film while exploring Gliese 832c, a planet that lies 16 light-years away and might foster alien life.
“The Breakthrough Listen project will scan the nearest million stars for signs of life, but I know just the place to start looking. One day we might receive a signal from a planet like Gliese 832c, but we should be wary of answering back.”
“If so, they will be vastly more powerful and may not see us as any more valuable than we see bacteria,” he says in the film.
Hawking often uses the example of Columbus’ expedition to the America’s to describe what could happen if an advanced civilisation gets word of our existence, saying that that initial meeting “didn’t turn out so well”.
I’m not sure how much we should trust Hawking on this one, though. First of all, his theory depends on the idea that we haven’t yet contacted any of the Grays, Zeta Reticulans, Nordics, Pleiadians, Reptilians or Sirians. (Those are all different species flitting around the cosmos, in case you hadn’t heard.) But that’s a pretty hard story to swallow if it turns out that we’ve got dozens of them in a cooler in Nevada. And we probably don’t have much to worry about anyway. If they were going to do anything seriously bad to us, aside from the occasional abduction, anal probe or hybrid cloning experiment, we’d probably know about it by now.