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British Prime Minister Promises Openness on Extraterrestrial Visitation

British Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

Prime Minister David Cameron (right) & Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (left)

Earlier this year David Cameron the Conservative MP who is now the UK Prime Minister was asked a question about UFO secrecy. Broadcaster and campaigner Richard D. Hall attended a Cameron Direct event in January 2009 which was one of a series of public meetings broadcast live on the internet. The leader of the UK new coalition government gave a perfectly clear guarantee that as Prime Minister his UK government would have a policy of complete openness on the issue of whether extra-terrestrial life exists and on whether we are being visiting.

With the new coalition UK government we have a partnership that hasn't been seen in British politics since the early 20th century. At its top we have the Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg who is the leader of the Liberal Democrat party.


Nick Clegg too should be familiar with at least one exopolitical issue. He has shown his support for stopping the extradition of Gary McKinnon to the United States to face trial. While this support is based on issues such as the unfairness of a one-way extradition agreement and Gary's Asperger syndrome there is an exopolitical dimension that Nick Clegg has so far not publicly addressed. That of the illegal suppression of evidence of extraterrestrials by United States government agencies which is what Gary was looking for and found. This is evidence that is backed by hundreds of government witness testimonies it can easily be said without fear of exaggeration. Gary acted to expose the illegal activities of these US government agencies. Driven by the belief that exposing these crimes will help end the suppression of advanced technologies that could improve the lives of every living person on this planet. This always was a human rights issue even before Gary became entangled in it.   

David Cameron has expressed his exopolitical opinion that the UK government should inform the people of the UK if evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial beings is forthcoming. Nick Clegg should also be questioned on this issue and on the exopolitical dimension to the Gary McKinnon case.

Next week a ruling is expected to be made on the extradition of Gary based on medical evidence. Indeed, British newspapers are already reporting that Gary will face trial in the UK. So it seems the British people are fully expecting that the fairest decision will be made.

It will then be up to the Crown Prosecution Service to decide on whether Gary should face trial in the UK. He has after all already been given a police caution which suggests (under normal circumstances) that it would not go to trial. However, these are not normal circumstances. 

We therefore have a sitting Prime Minister who has promised complete openness on the issue of extraterrestrial visitation. His deputy attended demonstrations for the Free Gary campaign and fought to allow Gary the right to be tried in the UK.

If the Crown Prosecution Service decides to bring Gary to trial in the UK then the motivations and reasons for Gary's actions will need to be given close scrutiny.

What will David Cameron and Nick Clegg make of the evidence that demonstrates the 60 year long truth embargo on the evidence of the existence of extraterrestrials?

Maybe Cameron, Clegg and the new Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox will briefed on the issue of the extraterrestrial presence or maybe they won't. Regardless, they only need to read some of the "unidentified" cases if the Ministry of Defence's own UFO documents released in February 2010 to see that there is compelling evidence of an extraterrestrial presence engaging this planet.

UFO files from the UK government release in 2010

Yet, this is just a fraction of the evidence and testimony. It is up to every one of us - not just Cameron and Clegg - to bring about disclosure. In fact it is through the effort of the people not the politicians that political issues are brought to the fore. Remember they are just you elected representatives. They are your voice by-proxy in parliament. You want disclosure? Then brief your Member of Parliament and tell them what they need to know so they can work for you.

The people who David Cameron MP and Nick Clegg MP represent are their electoral constituents. Neither Cameron or Clegg appear to know much about the UFO issue and so it is responsibility of the people to tell them what they need to know. Then they will be in a position to be more effective in there governmental roles with issues that are exopolitical in nature.

Anthony Beckett

May 22nd, 2010


Note: Exopolitics UK will be taking the initiative of releasing briefing documents to the media and to cabinet officials later this month. The organisation was a prime mover in raising the profile of the Gary McKinnon case in recent years and it will continue its work promoting exopolitical awareness in UK government officials and the general public.



Richard D. Hall will present "The Information War" on Saturday 7th August, 2010 at the Leeds Exopolitics Expo. His website is