Time to get to the bottom of the much hyped Pentagon UFO Study story: What’s this “revelation” really about?
by Martin Harris
This month (December 2017) the MSM has been having a field day with the pentagon “UFO Study” revelations. I commented that it seemed to be much ado about nothing; a non revelation of underwhelming significance. But I questioned why there should be such hype: a diversion? a PsyOp?
The story rang a few bells, and sure enough, searching back through the MSM briefs published in our Uncensored Issue#50, there were several items dating back to October which tied in with the Pentagon revelations! The MSM themselves seem to have either missed the connections, or deliberately obscured them. The Huff’ post published articles on two consecutive days (10 and 11 Oct.) and CBS Las Vegas Affiliate on 11 Oct. There is indeed a conspiracy at work here, and it involves a “revolving door” between the Public Sector and the Pentagon! A conspiracy to promote a multidisciplinary company run by former Pentagon staff who were involved in a UFO study, and figureheaded by a UFO believer Rock Star!. Can you say “Public Indoctrination”?
It becomes quite apparent that the Media Release and headline hogging hype (considering the actual lack of any substantial “bombshell” revelations) is carefully timed to promote the company, called TTS/AAS. As you can see, they are putting out their hand for funding!
Read the links below for yourself and I’m sure the discerning reader can figure out the potential agendas at work here!
NOTE: The Las Vegas Now article is authored by George Knapp, the same journalist who promoted Area 51 whistleblower Robert Lazar! Connections guys, connections…..
Let’s dig deeper:
There is a long history of intelligence agency involvement in Ufology. Especially the CIA, who had “retired” staff on the board of NICAP! Take Rear admiral Roscoe H. Hillenkoeter, the first “head honcho” of the CIA (May 1947 to October 1950): After he retired from the Agency, and subsequently the Navy, he served on the Board of Directors of NICAP. When he mysteriously retired in 1962, he was replaced by Joseph Bryan 111: the CIA’s first Chief of Political and Psychological Warfare! In 1969, Bryant became Head of the Board for this UFO research organisation.These guys were clearly still working for their former employers unofficially, directing and monitoring the information reaching the public, and their subsequent perception of the UFO phenomenon. A good deal of the reason for this infiltration of UFO groups has been acknowledged in recent years by the CIA themselves: To protect the U2 and SR71 spyplane programs, and the US Navy Skyhook program, which were often seen by ground observers, Radar operators and commercial pilots due to the bright, reflective aluminium bodies visible as specks of light high in the atmosphere, or glowing spheres, often moving at considerable speed. There was no way to avoid these vehicles being seen, so “divert and misdirect” seemed more logical than “deny everything”. A Russian scientist, Villen Lyustiberg, wrote in 1966 that “The US publicizes them (Ufo stories) to divert people from it’s failures and aggressions”
Author Annie Jacobsen, in her “Area 51: An Unofficial History” comments on the confusion and speculation among analysts about what the Extra terrestrial theory of UFO origin and what the government really knew:
“..was an Elite group with a need to know allowing, even fostering, exactly this kind of conjecture among analysts because it was better to have insiders on a wild goose chase than to have them on a trail leading to…Area 51?”
And Area 51 eventually came to popular public attention via Robert Lazar and George Knapp in the late 1980s. Controlled dissemination? Was Lazar deliberately fed disinformation while working at the secret facility in order to maintain the real secrets of Next Generation military technology?
It has always seemed rather ironic to me that the UFO community mistrusts the Military and the Government (they are surely hiding the truth) and yet will more readily accept and embrace information from an official military source. Surely, an informant with Military Intelligence credentials should make us more wary, not less!
Another more recent example was the “deathbed revelation” of Boyd Bushman, a former Lockheed Martin scientist known as something of an oddball and maverick. In this instance Bushman’s “Alien” proved to be a WalMart toy:
History has given us John Lear, Richard Doty, William Moore and the aforementioned cast of characters, ALL of whom have intelligence or military connections, and disseminate anecdotal stories, questionable documents and other “evidence” of a highly contestable nature. This latest MSM sensation has all the hallmarks of a continuing trend of official coverup, misdirection and disinformation via infiltration of the public sector by intelligence operatives.
I suggest we watch developments on the Pentagon/TTS/AAS story with a discerning and wary eye!