Open Letters: An exopolitical walk down memory lane by Stephen Bassett
The U.S. government’s policy of truth embargo regarding the extraterrestrial presence was formulated between 1947 and 1952 when it was aggressively set in motion with the cooperation of its WWII allies including the United Kingdom. For the next four decades ending the truth embargo was out of the question so long as the Cold War was underway.
The door to Disclosure begins to open in 1992 and could well have taken place during the first term of President Bill Clinton. However, the military/intelligence complex in cooperation with right wing sympathizers, in particular Richard Mellon Scaife, unleashed the hounds of hell on the Clinton administration successfully reducing the President’s political capital and limiting his options. For the remainder of the decade, while Disclosure prospects waned, the Disclosure advocacy movement advanced.
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