The truth about UFOs is out there
UFO buffs will be over the moon if Democrat Hillary Clinton is elected the next U.S. president.
Clinton has said that as long as national security isn’t compromised, she would be open to declassifying files.
These could include documents from Area 51, the Nevada U.S. air force base considered by UFO believers to be the high temple of secret UFO activity.
Now that a presidential candidate has broached the topic of UFOs, it’s no longer a “toxic issue,” said Grant Cameron, who became involved in the issue during the mid-1970s after a personal sighting in Manitoba.
Cameron is a panellist at the upcoming ET Disclosure Hearing which is part of the Alien Cosmic Expo in Brantford next month.
“(With Clinton), the U.S. seems to be about to make the move to declassify documents. They are in a box. Even if she says she can’t release them because of national security, the whole story that there is nothing (to disclose) goes down the drain,” Cameron said.
“There may be a fire storm starting.”
Cameron said the Canadian government has always been kept in the loop about UFOs and aliens and leaves the U.S. to run the show.
“The Canadian government has had a large role since the beginning and we are hoping for them to acknowledge that,” Cameron said.
The expert panel at the Alien Cosmic Expo will discuss what they know and secret documents that remain hidden.
When it comes to UFOs, there has never been an undertaking to investigate the verified files, memos, air traffic control logs and government policies regarding UFOs, said Victor Viggiani, part of a team spearheading the panel.
“This has allowed the government and the military to avoid this matter and remain unresponsive to, and confidently silent about the issue of unidentified flying objects,” Viggiani said.
“Based on this set of circumstances, it is safe to conclude questions about the existence of the UFO phenomenon remain in the dark and that a public hearing on this matter is imperative.”
Stanton Friedman, a Ufologist and retired nuclear physicist, accused governments of keeping secrets like they are the “galactic police”.
He said the proof can be found by looking at what’s released when governments decide to make documents public.
“The trouble is you can only read one sentence per page because the rest is blacked out,” Friedman said.
The Alien Cosmic Expo runs June 24-26. Go to aliencosmicexpo.com for information.
The annual Canadian UFO Survey by Ufology Research found that 2015 was a busy year for sightings.
- Last year, there were 1,267 sighting of unidentified objects in the skies, which is the second largest number in the last 30 years. The year with the most sightings — 1,981 — was 2012.
- In 2015, 35% of Canadian sightings came from Quebec. In Montreal there were 97 reports, followed by 78 in Toronto, 69 in Vancouver and 36 in Edmonton.
- The survey said that each sighting lasted about 16 minutes and less than 12% of all UFO reports were classified as unexplained.