When the reality of electro-gravitic craft was openly disclosed to the public by Tom Delonge’s To the Stars project, no one in the general public seemed to care. Mind you, this announcement subtly disclosed the existence of ETs and technology not of this planet, and yet barely anyone batted an eye. The announcement was made in a bold and public way, and yet no one paid much attention. It was from this apparent non-event that certain interests behind these revelations realized that if done properly, disclosure may not be so detrimental after all.
This strange non-reaction from the public suggests that all of the tiptoeing by the intelligence community and the corporate media around the subjects of UFOs and ETs may be wasted energy. It would take one news report to prove the testimony of numerous whistleblowers correct—that ET life has been discovered several times over and that humanoid life in the universe is common for the most part.
Following such an announcement, these interests might insert more accurate depictions of ETs in movies and entertainment so that people could become accustomed to the various appearances of these beings. Public displays and artist work in large metropolitan locations—portrayed as simple sculpture or even interactive holographic art—could serve to acclimate the public even further to these beings. After that point, when a high enough demand to meet ET existed, there could be some type of meeting or television broadcast where the public could interact and ask questions.
According to numerous insiders from the black ops community, the disclosure of extraterrestrials is considered one of the most serious endeavors the world could undergo. Yet many other developed countries have already done this and according to reports, they are getting along just fine. Understandably, there would need to be a certain level of tact applied to these revelations. However, it seems strange that certain organizations in the West are so squeamish even at the attempt.
While we consider this conundrum, let’s examine the article of interest, and how the MSM has chosen to flirt with these disclosures thus far. This post from Express.co.uk discusses a plan written by a man who is claimed to be a UFO expert. The excerpt details possible responses to our first encounters of ET life. There are both benefits and numerous questions surrounding this plan, and following the excerpt, we will discuss these in detail.
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Is Earth ready for alien contact? IT IS NOW – Government UFO Expert Pens Contingency Plan
Whether humans discover alien microbes on Mars or detect radio signals from a distant civilisation, Mr Pope said “top-level strategic planning” needs to be readily available.
And exclusively for Express.co.uk, the UFO expert took it upon himself to draft a five-page-long document outlining what he thinks is an adequate response to discovering aliens.
You can read the entire contingency plan written by Mr Pope below.
He thinks this somewhat dampened public excitement around the hunt for alien life, which in turn has left our defences wide open.
Mr Pope said: “It’s an uphill struggle. It’s always tricky to convince people to spend money on what a lot of people might consider white elephant projects, considering a lot of the social problems we have.
“As often as I like to say questions like ‘are we alone or not in the universe’ – that is one of the most profound questions we could ask.”
|UFO expert Nick Pope drafted a response plan for when we discover alien life (Image: NICK POPE/GETTY)|
According to Mr Pope, one of the biggest threats surrounding Earth’s lack of readiness is the possibility of coming in contact with deadly alien contaminants.
The UFO expert fears outside of NASA, there is no adequate legislation in place, to deal with potentially lethal extraterrestrial microbes and viruses.
In his drafted plan, Mr Pope urged the UK Government to ensure proper biological hazard containment protocols are in place.
He wrote: “In scientific terms, this danger is described as ‘back contamination’ and is part of ‘planetary protection’ policy.
“In NASA, this falls under the Office of Safety and Mission Assurance (OSMA).
“In the event of any sample-return or discovery-return mission, Her Majesty’s Government (HMG) will wish to seek robust assurances that the lead agency – probably NASA, but maybe the space agency of another nation, or a private company such as SpaceX – has appropriate biological hazard containment protocols in place.”
Earlier in August, Mr Pope told Express.co.uk world governments are making a “big mistake” by not preparing for this eventuality.
|Mr Pope believes there is no adequate legislation in place to prepare for this (Image: NICK POPE)|
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He now says he thinks people are simply unaware of the dangers lurking in space.
He added: “I don’t think people understand the issues. I don’t think people understand how close we might be to getting an answer.”
According to Mr Pope, there are three ways in which humans might one day find the answer to “are we alone in the universe.”
The most likely of the three is the discovery of alien microbes, dead or alive, on alien worlds such as Mars.
|(Image: NICK POPE)|
|(Image: NICK POPE)|
The other two scenarios bank on technologically advanced alien civilisations beaming signals into space or sending spacecraft to Earth.
Read more at: Express.co.uk
It could simply be that modern scientists are too egocentric to question whether or not they have all the information they need to draw any reasonable conclusions. It may also be that modern scientists do know about black projects, but that they either refrain from speaking about them or the media censors their commentary regarding this secrecy.
In addition, modern-day whistleblowers who have been exposed to ET life have consistently contradicted the mainstream scientific narrative of ET contact all but completely. When the people learn this, they will be forced to realize that they have been lied to and will likely wonder what to make of these contradictory data sets.
LANGLEY, VA – The largest collection of declassified CIA records is now accessible online. The documents were previously only available to the public at the National Archives in Maryland. Approximately 930,000 documents, totaling more than 12 million pages, are now available in the CIA’s Electronic Reading Room on CIA’s website.
Since 1999, the CIA has regularly released its historical declassified records to the standalone CIA Records Search Tool (CREST) system that was only accessible in person at the National Archives Records Administration (NARA) in College Park, Maryland. Moving these documents online highlights the CIA’s commitment to increasing the accessibility of declassified records to the public.
“Access to this historically significant collection is no longer limited by geography. The American public can access these documents from the comfort of their homes,” notes Joseph Lambert, the CIA Director of Information Management.
The CREST collection covers a myriad of topics, such as the early CIA history, the Cold War, Vietnam, the Berlin Tunnel project, the Korean War, and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft. The documents also extensively address developments on terrorism, as well as worldwide military and economic issues.
The documents include a wide variety of records, including collections of finished intelligence from the 1940s to the 1990s prepared by the Directorate of Analysis (or its predecessors, such as the Directorate of Intelligence), Directorate of Operations reports from the late 1940s through the early 1960s, Directorate of Science and Technology research and development files, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency policy files and memoranda, National Intelligence Council estimates, National Intelligence Surveys, Office of Strategic Services (OSS) records, Directorate of Support administrative records, and imagery reports from the former National Photographic Interpretation Center (reviewed jointly with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)).
The above disclosure was one of several data dumps and each of these events contained extremely revealing information, and yet there was little to no public reaction to them. In fact, the general public hardly noticed they happened at all. This suggests that the disclosure of ET life does not have to be a major event. In fact, if major news doesn’t cover it, the general public may simply pass it by entirely.
Along with these possibilities, the above excerpt raises another interesting point.