The UFO Disclosure Campaign

Rumors are heating up that the US government is in the process of coming clean on the existence of extraterrestrial life and unidentified flying objects:

Dr. Garry Nolan, an immunologist at Stanford, who recently stepped into the ufological arena after claiming to have analyzed alleged UFO remains. As we reported not long ago, during an interview with Tucker Carlson Today, Dr. Nolan discussed his thoughts on the Unidentified Aerospace-Underwater Phenomena (UAPs) and whether or not the government possesses technology that originated from another planet. In addition, Dr. Nolan discussed his experiences working with the government and analyzing and studying people who came too close to UFOs.

He stated during the interview that individuals involved in the recovery of UFO debris and subsequent secret government programs would soon come forward to reveal what they know, putting an end to one of the biggest cover-ups in modern history.

When you say that the government has been involved in a cover-up, do you think they’ve been hiding it all this time?” Coulthart asked.

“Oh yes. I know it’s a fact because I’ve spoken to important people who are about to come out and whistleblow on it,” Nolan replied.

“And there has been an active cover-up. Just look at what the Department of Defense (DoD) recently announced. They announced an office to study the phenomenon. Putting money aside, they say they will start the study from 1947.”

“Which is incredible. That’s the date of Roswell,” the interviewer said.

“Yes, 1947. And we want a list of every operation they did to misinform and misinform the public,” Nolan said.

A recent law passed by the U.S. Congress may have influenced this statement by the Stanford professor. It grants a kind of amnesty to officials, military personnel, and government contractors to provide information on UFOs without fear of legal consequences or reprisals.

Whether these rumors are true or not, what will be will be. I don’t really care because it’s always been entirely obvious to me that extraterrestrial life exists due to a) the size of the known universe, b) the panoply of historical anomalies, and c) the interaction between the natural and the supernatural. I’m not going to bother to explain my thinking now because anyone who can’t follow the logic won’t follow the logic and I just don’t care what anyone else happens to think of my conclusions.

And that’s not the interesting aspect of this rumored disclosure of a decades-long – and probably centuries-long – coverup as far as I’m concerned anyway. For me, the more interesting aspect is the way in which it would conclusively disprove, yet again, the retarded, but commonly-held idea that conspiracies involving large numbers of people are impossible due to the inability of people to avoid inadvertent disclosure to the public.

One would have thought that the success of the Manhattan Project, which involved 130,000 people working in 30 different locations over four years without anyone learning about its purpose would suffice to disprove the Impossibility of Conspiratorial Secrecy argument, but since a) it lasted only four years and b) it took place during wartime, most people erroneously discount the obvious falsification. That will not be possible in the aftermath of the disclosure of a successful 75-year UFO coverup.