The Big Dogs Bark!!
* U.S. presidents speak about flying saucers and alien beings.
* Military brass talk about crashed disks.
* World leaders talk about extraterrestrials.
*Intelligence agency honchos tell what they know.
Who Says Flying Saucers are Real? EVERYBODY!
The question really should be: «Who says they’re NOT real?» It’s impossible to find any government official who will flat-out say UFOs or flying saucers are not real. Check out the following quotes.
«I’d like to tell the public about the alien situation, but my hands are tied.»
President John F. Kennedy to Bill Holden, steward on Air Force One flying over Germany, summer 1963 When Holden asked Kennedy what he thought about UFOs.
President Bill Clinton
«If I put you over at (The Dept. of) Justice, I want you to find out two things;
1. Who killed JFK.
2. The truth about UFOs.
President Bill Clinton to Webb Hubbell shortly after Clinton had been elected to his first term.
Addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Forty-second Session, September 21, 1987:
«I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And, yet I ask you, is not an alien force already among us?»
When Reagan said «alien force,» he wasn’t talking about the Democrats. I have not only confirmed this quote, I also have it on videotape, and in full color. The fact of alien visitors is well known and openly discussed inside the United Nations.
Speaking of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev at the Geneva Summit Conference in 1985, Reagan said,
«How much easier his task and mine might be in these meetings we hold if suddenly there was a threat to this world from another species from another planet outside in the universe. We’d forget all the little local differences that we have between our countries, and we would find out once and for all that we really are all human beings here on this earth together.»
Former President Jimmy Carter had a dramatic UFO experience when he was running for president. On his way to a two-day religious conference Carter saw a UFO. He and his entourage were so disturbed by the experience that they spent the next two days discussing UFOs and extraterrestrials instead of the planned conference agenda.
«It was the darndest thing I’ve ever seen,» said Carter. «It was big, it was very bright, it changed colors and it was about the size of the moon. We watched it for ten minutes, but none of us could figure out what it was. One thing’s for sure, I’ll never make fun of people who say they’ve seen unidentified flying objects in the sky.»
Although he touted himself as a humble «peanut farmer,» Carter was a sophisticated observer. He was a graduate in nuclear physics and served as an officer on U.S. Navy nuclear submarines. Carter later declared: «If I become president, I’ll make every piece of information this country has about UFO sightings available to the public and scientists.»
In 1977, after Carter had been elected president and tried to open the UFO files, he was told by the heads of the intelligence agencies that he, as president, did not have a high enough security clearance to even SEE the files! The intelligence community had immediately gone to work to prevent Carter from investigating further.
The chief of the Air Force community relations division, Colonel Charles Senn wrote the following in a letter to Lieutenant Duward Crow of NASA: «I sincerely hope that you are successful in preventing reopening of UFO investigations.»
«In the firm belief that the American public deserves a better explanation than that thus given by the Air Force, I strongly recommend that there be a committee investigation of the UFO phenomenon. I think we owe it to the people to establish credibility regarding UFOs and to produce the greatest possible enlightenment on this subject.»
Written while serving in Congress (in a letter sent to Mendel Rivers, chairman of the Armed Services Committee) March 28, 1966.
President Harry Truman formed the highly secret group (code named MJ-12) which stood for Majestic-12. The sole purpose of this group was to investigate UFOs and report their findings to the president. Majestic-12 was established by a special executive order of President Truman on September 24, 1947, three months after the crash at Roswell, New Mexico.
A briefing document describing the group for incoming president Dwight Eisenhower was leaked and is now available to almost anyone. I have included it in the Documents section of this website. The government denies the existence of such a group or document. The authenticity of the document cannot be proven, but the reality and the purpose of MJ-12 has been confirmed with many high-level sources over the years.
«I can assure you that flying saucers, given that they exist, are not constructed by any power on earth.»
President Harry Truman
White House Press Conference
April 4, 1950
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI
«I would do it but before agreeing to it we must insist upon full access to discs recovered. For instance in the (2nd) case the Army grabbed it and would not let us have it for cursory examination.»
FBI Director, in a handwritten note to Clyde Tolson
July 15, 1947
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
«We have indeed been contacted, perhaps even visited by extraterrestrial beings and the U.S. government, in collusion with the other national powers of the earth, is determined to keep this information from the general public. The purpose of the international conspiracy is to maintain a workable stability among the nations of the world and for them, in turn, to retain institutional control over their respective populations. Thus, for these governments to admit there are beings from outer space … with mentalities and technological capabilities obviously far superior to ours, could, once fully perceived by the average person, erode the foundations of the earth’s traditional power structure.»
former Special Assistant to the Executive Director of the CIA,
Vice Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter
«It is time for the truth to be brought out in open congressional hearings. Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense. To hide the facts, the Air Force has silenced its personnel through the issuance of a regulation.»
Vice Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter
former Director of the CIA (1947-1950), member of MJ-12
General George C. Marshall
«The United States has recovered UFOs and their occupants. The UFOs were from a different planet and they were friendly. They have been hovering over defense facilities and airports. The U.S. authorities were convinced they had nothing to fear from them. The U.S. wanted people to concentrate on the real menace, communism, and not be distracted by the visitors from space. There has actually been contact with the men in the UFOs and there have been landings.»
General George C. Marshall
U.S. Army Chief of Staff in World War II; Secretary of State, 1947
(as told to Dr. Rolf Alexander)
«… enclosed in a thick glass container … submerged in a thick light blue liquid…. It was a four-foot, human-shaped figure with arms, bizarre four-fingered hands, I didn’t see a thumb, thin legs and feet, and an oversized incandescent light-bulb-shaped head that looked like it was floating over a balloon gondola for a chin.
What I found was an intriguing Army intelligence document describing the creature as an inhabitant of a craft that had crashed-landed in Roswell, New Mexico.»
Colonel Philip J. Corso, (Ret.)
chief of Foreign Technology Desk; U.S. Army Research and Development, member of National Security Council
excerpted from ‘The Day After Roswell’
Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens
«I’m convinced beyond doubt that we have recovered aircraft, alien vehicles, that we have made contact with aliens, that we are communicating with them in some way or form, and that we have vehicles and bodies in preservation.»
Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens (Ret.)
Air Force Foreign Technology Division, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
«By this order, the Secretary of Air Force Office of Information must delete all evidence of UFO reality and intelligent control, which would, of course, contradict the Air Force stand that UFOs do not exist. The same rule applies to A.F. press releases and UFO information given to congress and the public.»
1962 Air Force order
Disclosed by Major William T. Coleman
former Air Force headquarters spokesman
former Project Blue Book officer
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
«I am convinced, based upon my research and the individuals with whom I have had contact within the U.S. intelligence community that the U.S. government does indeed have craft that meets the description of many UFO reports.»
NASA Mission Specialist, 1974-1977
«Congressional investigations have been held and are still being held on the problems of unidentified flying objects. Since most of the material is classified, the hearings are never printed.»
William H. Ayres
Senator Barry Goldwater
«The subject of UFOs is one that has interested me for some long time. About ten or twelve years ago I made an effort to find out what was in the building at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base where the information is stored that has been collected by the Air Force, and I was understandably denied this request. It is still classified above Top Secret. I have, however, heard that there is a plan under way to release some, if not all, of this material in the near future. I’m just as anxious to see this material as you are, and I hope we will not have to wait much longer.»
(in a letter to Shlomo Arnon)
March 28, 1975
«I have every confidence that the American public would be able to take such information without hysteria. The fear of the unknown is always greater than the fear of the known.»
Walter H. Moeller
«If this information could be presented in such a way as to appeal to reason, and not to emotion, I think it would be a good thing.»
Ralph J. Scott
Representative, North Carolina
«I have discussed this with the affected agencies of the government, and they are of the opinion that it is unwise to publicize the matter at this time.»
Richard B. Russell