Grant Cameron: UFO Disclosure Plan – 1/3

Written by Grant Cameron, 23 March 2017

There has been a lot of discussion in the UFO community lately about disclosure. There has been so much, in fact, that many people don’t want to hear the word anymore. The word disclosure has become almost as unpopular as the word UFO. The disclosure word became unpopular, perhaps because there have been many predictions of imminent disclosure with nothing happening. People now either believe that it won’t happen, or they share the position taken by John Alexander and repeated by former Senior CIA officer Jim Semivan, which is that “disclosure has already happened, it is confirmation that we are after.”

What needs to be clarified is that there are two types of disclosure. Most researchers, when they refer to UFO disclosure, mean the President stands at the podium and says “ETs are here.” That would be full disclosure. Disclosure is defined as “the action of making new or secret information known or a fact, especially a secret, that is made known.”

Government UFO disclosure is someone who has a need-to-know revealing information about the UFO mystery that we didn’t know before they started talking. An example of this might be Hillary Clinton saying “They (aliens) may already be here.” This is a big departure from government officials who have maintained that none of the UFO evidence shows any indication of an ET presence. Disclosure is also officials admitting there is probably life out there in outer space. Saying they may already be here is to me a disclosure. Saying aliens may be here is a big deal, especially when the same Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta state that if elected they will disclose what they can about the government’s secret UFO knowledge. When George W. Bush is asked if he reviewed the government UFO files when he got to the White House says, “maybe,” that is disclosure. He could have said “No” but he didn’t. He is revealing something we didn’t know as the official government position is that there are no unreleased UFO files. Seconds later, Bush responds as to whether he can talk about what he saw, and that too is disclosure. Assuming there is a non-human intelligence interacting with mankind, and assuming the United States government has dealt with that mystery, there are three possibilities:

Plan 1:

A Government Cover-up – The government plan might be to cover-up and bury the UFO story. If that were the case, their actions would be to simply shut up about the subject and never talk about it again. Canada, as an example, released all their UFO sighting files in 1967, announced they would no longer investigate UFOs, and then completely shut up. Unlike the United States, in Canada, there have been no whistleblowers, government rumors about underground bases, or leaked documents. Government UFO researchers in Canada have nothing to research or research. The lack of any discussion on the part of the Canadian government makes it look like they might, in fact, not be involved anymore. If there is a cover-up, it is a cover-up of what the Canadians described in a 1950 Top Secret memo to be the “most highly classified subject in the United States.” The release of that information is punishable by ten years in jail for every item leaked. The amount of “seemingly” leaked material that I will point out in this book strongly indicates that there is no full cover-up going on. There have been no UFO prosecutions, and it is very evident that officials are aware of the UFO leaks, and where they originate.

 

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