Be Skeptical, Be Open Minded!
What is all of this about?
Mixed messages are everywhere within and without the government and military.
Is this all just a pysop to confuse the public and our adversaries about what we have?
Here is some food for thought.
U.S Security Clearance Orginization Discouraging UFO Whistleblowers
The Empire Strikes Back: Would-Be UAP Whistleblowers Offered Dire Warning from U.S. Security Clearance Orginization
"Clearance Jobs, an organization that defines itself as “the largest career network for professionals with federal government security clearance,” has issued an apparent letter of guidance that also serves as a chilling warning to any industry or government insiders who are considering coming forward as UAP whistleblowers with evidence of their work with non-human craft and their pilots.
The letter, titled “How to Blow the Whistle if You Work With Flying Saucers and Their Alien Pilots,” was issued to all subscribers via email on July 13th and is peppered with well-worn buzzwords seemingly meant to belittle the topic before laying out the dire consequences that likely await anyone who breaks their security oaths to talk about their classified work.
Whistleblowing Something Good?
After outlining the claims involving the U.S. government’s alleged possession of non-human craft made by former intelligence officer David Grusch, claims which first appeared in a story by Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal and published by The Debrief (a story that was later expanded upon to include potential alien pilots of these crafts in an interview with Grusch by Australian investigative journalist Ross Coulthart that aired on cable news network News Nation), the letter is broken into five segments.
The first, titled “Whistleblowing Something Good,” opens with more loaded phrasing and language, including the second use of the term “space aliens,” which seems to have replaced the classic “little green men” when trying to downplay and stigmatize the topic, before positing a scenario where Grusch’s claims are actually found to be true.
“If it were all true, it would be the most extraordinary event in millennia, with seismic implications for science, philosophy, religion, sociology, psychology, technology—everything!” writes author David W. Brown, who is described as a regular contributor to Clearance Jobs. “Nothing would ever be the same again. It would be a unifying force unlike anything since Constantine legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire.”
Brown then goes on to note that he cannot think of a single drawback to the government “revealing the existence of space aliens (feudalistic dominance notwithstanding)” before commenting that “If Grusch is sane,” this would mean that he has done a good thing by blowing the whistle.”
“Hiding flying saucers isn’t government wrongdoing, exactly, or fraud, waste, or abuse,” Brown adds with one metaphorical eyebrow raised. “At most, it’s just a little weird. Blowing the whistle on aliens, in other words, is a complete and total positive for all involved.”.. from the article: The Empire Strikes Back: Would-Be UAP Whistleblowers Offered Dire Warning from U.S. Security Clearance Orginization
Here is a link to the letter mentioned in the above article from "Clearance Jobs".
How to Blow the Whistle if You Work With Flying Saucers and Their Alien Pilots
"Last month, David Grusch, who studied “unexplained anomalous phenomena” for the DoD, blew the whistle on the U.S. government for hiding partially intact flying saucers and dead alien pilots. He didn’t see the spacecraft. He didn’t see the aliens. But people assure him that they are there, and that there’s been a conspiracy afoot since at least 1933, when one crashed in Italy. The Mussolini government kept it covered up, and somehow the Pope and Allied Forces managed to get it to the United States.
The U.S. government has recovered more such alien hardware. Top men tell Grusch this. Indeed, some have seen “very large, very large, like a football field kind of size” spacecraft. Why would the government hide the existence of alien life? “Feudalistic dominance,” said Grusch.
What more convincing do you need?
WHISTLEBLOWING SOMETHING GOOD
Congress, as you might expect, is on it. Meanwhile, NASA and the Defense Department have denied everything (of course they would). But let’s assume for a moment that Grusch is telling the truth about the people who allegedly told him the truth and that what they saw were indeed space aliens. If it were all true, it would be the most extraordinary event in millennia, with seismic implications for science, philosophy, religion, sociology, psychology, technology—everything! Nothing would ever be the same again. It would be a unifying force unlike anything since Constantine legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire.
Try as I might, I cannot think of a single drawback to the U.S. government revealing the existence of space aliens (feudalistic dominance notwithstanding). Which means if Grusch is sane, he has blown the whistle on an objectively positive thing in all respects. Hiding flying saucers isn’t government wrongdoing, exactly, or fraud, waste, or abuse. At most, it’s just a little weird. Blowing the whistle on aliens, in other words, is a complete and total positive for all involved.
Which means it might be illegal..." from the article: How to Blow the Whistle if You Work With Flying Saucers and Their Alien Pilots
Bipartisan Measure Aims to Force Release of U.F.O. Records
"Legislation backed by Chuck Schumer, the Senate majority leader, would create a review board to declassify documents related to unidentified aerial phenomena across the government.
Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the majority leader, is pushing legislation to create a commission with broad authority to declassify government documents about U.F.O.s and extraterrestrial matters, in an attempt to force the government to share all that it knows about unidentified phenomena. The measure offers the possibility of pushing back against the conspiracy theories that surround discussions of U.F.O.s and fears that the government is hiding critical information from the public. The legislation, which Mr. Schumer will introduce as an amendment to the annual defense policy bill, has bipartisan support, including that of Senator Mike Rounds, Republican of South Dakota, and Senator Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida, who has championed legislation that has forced the government to release a series of reports on unidentified phenomena. Support in the House is also likely. On Wednesday, the chamber included a narrower measure in its version of the annual defense bill that would push the Pentagon to release documents about unidentified aerial phenomena.
(While the government has agreed not to call mysterious sightings U.F.O.s, various branches and agencies disagree on whether to refer to aerial phenomena or anomalous phenomena.)" from the article: Bipartisan Measure Aims to Force Release of U.F.O. Records
What Are The Hidden UFO Black Projects of Lockheed Skunk Works?
Video from Shawn Ryan Clips
"How does one distinguish between a UFO of human origin and one of extraterrestrial origin? This intriguing question has been posed by many, and Dr. Steven Greer passionately advocates for the revelation of such projects, emphasizing that the shroud of secrecy surrounding them poses a significant threat to national security. There is currently a six-month window of opportunity for you to come forward and share your testimony. To delve deeper into this captivating topic, be sure to watch the full episode on the Shawn Ryan Show YouTube channel!" from video introduction
A Skeptical Look at Whistleblowers
Skeptic: Whistleblower claim on UFOs isn't 'accurate' | Elizabeth Vargas Reports
Video from NewsNation
"Air Force veteran David Grusch claims the government is covering up UFOs and that he has seen evidence of a secret crash retrieval program. He alleges the U.S. has even retrieved bodies from other species. Grusch spoke about these claims exclusively to award-winning investigative journalist Ross Coulthart, reporting for NewsNation. Contradicting Grusch's claim is science writer and conspiracy theory debunker Mick West, who tells "Elizabeth Vargas Reports" that what Grusch is saying isn't accurate and that "the video evidence doesn't stack up." from video introduction