When I first saw this interview scrolling through my newsfeed I chose not to watch it (out of years of frustratingly observing politicians avoid and mock a crucial topic). This initial decision was the sign of a fatigued freedom of information activist, myself, just not having the energy to be exposed to more blatant lies. It stressed me out too much.
The headlines seemed to be saying that he denied knowledge and joked about it, as is usually the case when presidents are confronted. Nothing new, but it was especially annoying considering a close aid of Obama’s, and Clinton’s Chief of Staff, John Podesta, a known UFO disclosure enthusiast, recently stated “Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the disclosure of the UFO files.”
Let it be known though that UFO files have already been disclosed, as can be viewed here, but it’s quite obvious there are many more still concealed.
Bryce Zabel did a great analysis of why Podesta’s tweet was absolutely not a joke considering his history with the subject. The sequence of Podesta’s and Obama’s statements was an emotional tornado of good news from Podesta (for bringing attention to the topic) and bad news from Obama (upholding the secrecy yet again). But maybe Obama’s interview wasn’t bad news. Maybe there was something more there that the mainstream interpretation wasn’t digesting.
After about a week I couldn’t help it and needed to analyze myself. Immediately after he responded to Jimmy Kimmel with the words “I can’t reveal anything” I jumped out of my chair and yelled in disbelief because my primal sense told me that he was momentarily telling the truth.
Here’s a transcript of the conversation:
Kimmel: This is something I feel like. If I was the president, and it is unlikely that is ever going to happen…
Obama: You never know.
Kimmel: If I was the president…
Obama: It was unlikely that I was going to be president.
Kimmel: The moment I was in inaugurated – my hand would still be hot from touching the bible – I would immediately race to wherever they have the files about Area 51 and UFOs and I would go through everything to find out what happened. Did you do that?
Obama: That is why you will not be president…
Kimmel: One of the reasons.
Obama: Because that is the first thing you would do.
Kimmel: It is at the top of my list.
Obama: The aliens won’t let it happen. You will reveal all of their secrets. They exercise strict control over us.
Kimmel: Now you know there are a lot of people who are going to examine your facial expressions here, every twitch, every everything and say, of course. Did you look? Did you see? Did you explore?
Obama: I can’t reveal anything.
Kimmel: Oh really? Because President Clinton said he did go right in and he did check and there was nothing.
Obama: You know, that is what we are instructed to say.
Now this doesn’t mean that he absolutely was telling the truth and I’m not trying to convince anyone to believe anything. My reaction was purely based on confidence in my ability to discern humans telling the truth versus those lying. His demeanor and actions seemed sincere to me, even though, tradtionally, I don’t trust much of what comes out of Obama’s mouth. It’s not a personal attack on him as a human being because I have no idea what reasons could be behind presidents being forced to lie. His life is most likely on the line.
The most obvious reason for the lies is:
Admitting we are now being engaged by ETs would cause global unrest in economic, security, and religious senses. Economics would be disrupted because ET technology shatters modern energy power structures. Religion would be disrupted because, well, aliens. Security would be at risk because the exotic tech could get into the wrong hands. Anyone in the world could have something more powerful than nukes.
That is the official view. I tend to side more with people like Stephen Bassett who say, “Joseph Farrell made a key point. Maybe the secrecy is because these weapons, if they get in the wrong hands, could be dangerous. I would like to make the suggestion that they are ALREADY in the wrong hands.” Here’s a powerful short video of that talk by Bassett, a leading disclosure lobbyist, at the Secret Space Program conference.
A weird possibility, which I’m not sure if I agree with, is that maybe the only thing that could bring about a state of global peace IS everyone having the power to destroy everyone else. It could cause universal respect.
Today I saw the below deep analysis of the Obama interview by Syfy Channel’s Ben Hansen from “Fact or Faked”. It’s well balanced and exactly agrees with my instinctual thought.
This whole episode changes the course of history without changing the course of history in an immediate way. It could be the highest level admission ever that there’s something serious going on here. The credibility that it potentially brings to the matter is significant. If/when a more traditional type of Disclosure occurs where a Whitehouse press conference happens and they admit it more clearly, this interview will be looked at as that time when we were told the truth without being told the truth. He could have flat out lied like the Whitehouse did in 2011 when they responded to a petition saying there is no evidence for ET, but he didn’t. This is a good sign for the future.
Enjoy and get active on this. I’d prefer to not die without knowing whether or not governments are withholding the true origins and reality of life in the universe. I’d also like to get the information and technology released to bring some peace and sustainability to this planet. What matters more?