The day disclosure happened, Jimmy church went live with a Saturday show. The networks all supported him. Tom Delong delivered and to make sure that it wasn’t disparaged, it came out on the mainstream media without a mention of his name.
The day disclosure happened, those of us who have been involved with this issue for more than 50 years plus, sat back with our jaws on the floor. This was an unprecedented move by the government (!) of all places, to tell us, well not us, because we already know, but tell the ‘Jon Q Public” that the issue is real. We had finally accepted the fact that the ‘D’ word was going to be something we did, that no official channel would ever recognize – ever. Jaw Drop.
“Internationally, we are the most backward country in the world on this issue,” Mr. Bigelow said in an interview. “Our scientists are scared of being ostracized, and our media is scared of the stigma. China and Russia are much more open and work on this with huge organizations within their countries. Smaller countries like Belgium, France, England and South American countries like Chile are more open, too. They are proactive and willing to discuss this topic, rather than being held back by a juvenile taboo.” From <https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/16/us/politics/pentagon-program-ufo-harry-reid.html>
The day disclosure happened, history was made. A historic revealing that should have begun with Roswell in 1947 about UFO’s, not weather balloons, but didn’t because they told us about an event many years later in time: 2004 encounter near San Diego between two Navy F/A-18F fighter jets and an unknown object. (which just might have been one of our TR3B’s)
The day disclosure happened, it was admitted that we were lied to (for whatever reason) and that 22 million was spent on a project that was supposedly terminated in 2012, but wasn’t, to say nothing about the 29 trillion that is now missing or the upcoming audit of the DOD. Catherine Austin Fitts joins Alex Jones live via Skype to break down how there is 29 trillion dollars missing from the Pentagon and an audit of the Department of Defense has been ordered under Trump.
Earlier this year, a Michigan State University economist, working with graduate students and a former government official, found $21 trillion in unauthorized spending in the departments of Defense and Housing and Urban Development for the years 1998-2015.
The work of Mark Skidmore and his team, which included digging into government websites and repeated queries to U.S. agencies that went unanswered, coincided with the Office of Inspector General, at one point, disabling the links to all key documents showing the unsupported spending. (Luckily, the researchers downloaded and stored the documents.)
Now, the Department of Defense has announced it will conduct the first department-wide, independent financial audit in its history (read the Dec. 7 announcement here). From <http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2017/msu-scholars-find-21-trillion-in-unauthorized-government-spending-defense-department-to-conduct/>
Remember the last time a portion of the missing trillions was mentioned in the main stream? It was the day before September 11, 2001
The day that disclosure happened, many of us realized that we have finally taken a baby step toward actually stepping into a future with some hope. This tiny almost faltering step has so much gravity and weight holding it back, years of denial and far more astonishing things to be brought to the light of day, things that will be difficult for the planet, but must be out in the open if we wish to survive at all. We who have spent a life time looking and learning must help all those who need it. That is our job.
Funny story; we eat breakfast at a tiny local café on the weekends at the counter especially so we can sit and talk to the WW2 vets. They are funny amazing guys and they have seen it all. Today my husband mentioned the NYT article and you could have heard a pin drop. The guys eyes were like deer in head lamps. Then I said, “Well, that dropped like a lead balloon and stunk too!” and we all had a great laugh.
We have such a very long road to travel. Disclosure may have been dropped into the main stream, but everybody is fishing the shady spots where Purdue won over Butler….
Now, if we can only keep that door open wider than an eyeball…
December 16th, 2017