"The business of the journalists is to destroy the truth... We are the tools
and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping jacks,
they pull the strings and we dance. Our talents, our possibilities and our
lives are all the property of other men. We are intellectual prostitutes."
-- John Swinton, speech given while working for the New York Sun, 1880
A note about the use of media in this series of articles Whenever possible, youtube videos of the short kind have been selected to
illustrate a point. However, some longer videos are included as well to save
on reading. We are also dealing with evidence that is much more practical
to behold when presented in its original form.
What is this hair-raising evidence about the presence of
We are talking about UFOs, Unidentified Freaking Objects, but that is
ultimately like talking about some other being's (flying) cars, and not
that being as such. You would not confuse a Porsche with its driver. But
given our cultural obsession with machines, and yes girls, mostly by
males, we seem to actually be more interested in their gear than their,
uhmmm, philosophy, or favorite recipes, or even their guitar amplifiers.
UFO's as alien flying cars leave only a few possibilities to sort out the
cognitive dissonance they cause in reasonably awake humans. It may be
true in some, and not true in other cases. Remember, it's a zoo out there
and a jungle in here.
1) These UFO's are somehow steered, usually rather intelligently, but
there is no-body inside (e.g. the glowing orbs; not spaceships with, say,
bunks, toilets, and leisure lounges)
2) They are (alien-) manned machines: the accepted General
Understanding -- in itself, an oxymoronic word combination,
3) Them UFO's are not machines as we know them, but time-travel or
interdimensional-travel devices; like a cross between Honda Antigrav and
an Apple TimePad
4) They are a combination of factors such as those three above, or a bit of
everything, depending on the case, or whatever: which we can not
comprehend with our pea brains.
This is a bit academic, because the vast body of evidence indicates that
UFO's and aliens travel and often appear together, usually the latter ones
inside the former. Since we only know that we know almost nothing, let's
put the following conclusion away in a safe place:
Aliens and UFO's are somehow related
AlienUFO is the most important topic of our time, perhaps the most
important topic of humanity. While most of us would probably be more
interested in those aliens who are driving these UFO's, and rather
recklessly so, ignoring G-force, some people at so-called high levels are
more interested in their flying cars. They want that UFO, and they want
it badly, to go and arm it with something nasty. They would do anything
to get the technology, and they did.
The story is, and I am getting ahead of myself but that can easily be
reversed in time, that ... the first deal that was proposed, in modern
times, between the Tall Whites, or Nordics, and the Americans, was not
good enough for the Americans. The Americans were told, in a nutshell,
that their overall attitude sucked a lot. That these nukes were a big
mistake, something like giving machine guns and 10,000 rounds of
ammunition to the drugged mad monkeys at the zoo before the gates
open on Sunday. That the planet was being treated like there was a
spare one somewhere. And that antigravity tech, and hence free energy,
could and likely would be abused by humans. In a word: not now, maybe
later. And that was not what the generals wanted to hear from the
drivers of these ultra-slick flying cars. So they told Eisenhower to say no.
But ... another deal was apparently made to get the technology to build
those flying cars to arm them with nasty things and stay as the top dog,
and also to go to places that Einstein said they couldn't. Einsteinism is
one of the major scientific frauds that conceals the physics which allow
for antigravity, time travel, and scaring the hell out of rednecks.
In another optional scenario, the much-desired antigravity technology
was back-engineered from crashed saucers (Roswell and others), no real
deal as such involved here. Or, another variation, as some people
suggest: the technology was harvested from a purposefully, sacrificially
crashed saucer (same Roswell case). Some have noticed that the Roswell
Incident happened at very specific coordinates at a particular time. Numerology, Gematria, Cabala and Magic play into this, and quite
heavily. In 1947, Roswell was also the only place in the world which had
nuclear weapons, another interesting fact because there is the argument
that UFO's started to appear en masse after the first atom bomb
There is no bigger swamp than AlienUFO, so let's try to stay inside our
hovercraft at all times. How to do this? Don't ask why. That is never a
good question with AlienUFO, despite your natural urge to do it anyway.
Resist that urge. Ask anything, but not why. Because the answer is ...
Keep an open mind but don't let your brain fall out. Be as skeptical as
you can, but do not discard arcane bits of information or perspective just
because you are not familiar with them. Because it is all stranger than
you can suppose, and all you can do is hang on to your knickerbockers.
WTF factors: some POTUS, some Astronauts, some Spilled Beans
At least two Presidents Of The United States have spoken in public about
Of other POTUSes we know that they grew hemp, way back when (POTUS),
which is quite interesting in itself. US Pot presidents include
Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jackson, Taylor, Pierce,
Lincoln, Kennedy, Carter, Clinton, Bush, and Soetoro.
Clinton of course claimed that he did not inhale, and judging from his
keen talent for explaining away oral sex, we must assume he didn't. I
mean, he did. Would he, uhm, lie? What did he say? What was the
question? Was he stoned?
Stoned Presidents: U.S Presidents that Smoked Marijuana
You would think that when you mix UFO's, Aliens, presidents, pot and
secrets, you get something interesting. As long as you inhale.
See? See how they hide the most fun stuff from you? Get off your fiction
fixes, people. Reality is the ultimate high. You just stay nice and sober
and let the prez-dents do that one.
Astronauts in particular have been prone to AlienUFO beans getting
spilled, and it was not due to zero gravity. They had both feet on the
ground when they spilled things. Listen to what they had to say. They are
known to be sober men who most definitely did not grow, or smoke,
hemp at work.
Pay attention to the extremely reclusive Neil Armstrong's last sentence:
Gary does the Pentagon, which does not return the high-five
The WTF factor of this story is beyond belief. Gary, without stealing
passwords, or breaking through firewalls, or anything more than
commercial software and a lousy 56K modem, walked around US military
computers between 2000 and 2002.
What did Gary find? He found that there is a Space Fleet Program,
apparently man-made, so, nothing immeeeeediately worrisome ...). There
were names for vessels like USSS Le May and USSS Hillenkotter,
named after serious AlienUFO insider military people. Gary McKinnon
says that he saw an Excel spread sheet titled NON-TERRESTRIAL
OFFICERS, with a list of 20-30 names. There were references to ship-toship
as well as fleet-to-fleet transfers of material.
Let this sink in for a moment.
Gary's decidedly not a hacker (though he admitted to breaking some law
and regrets it - kids, don't do this at home, okay?). Because these
computer networks that he hung out in, between 2000 to 2002, had
blank, default passwords. He saw large numbers of other connected
people from all kinds of countries, but could not determine their right or
lack of it to be there. It looked more like an open-door thing than
anything else. Gary had heard that the Johnson Space Center Building 8
had people erasing (airbrushing) evidence from hi-resolution satellite
images. He found his way into the computers at Building 8 and located
the file folders. They were named raw and edited, essentially, and he
was able to slowly download a 200-plus megabyte image in NASA
proprietary graphic format, reducing the channels, via his 56K dial-up
modem connection (an no, he did not take a screenshot.
He saw a huge cigar-shaped object with geodesic domes at its ends, no
sign of riveting or other manufacturing, the photo apparently having
been taken from a satellite looking down onto the alien object. He was
disconnected before he could save the image, and Gary was subsequently
tracked down and arrested by the British High Tech Crime Unit, which
utterly failed to see the irony between unprotected military networks and
Gary had tried to find a corresponding listing of the space command
personnel which he had seen, but was unable to find one. Also, ships are
always named USS such-and-such, not USSS. United States Space Ship,
anyone? Wanna bet?
You would think that walking around computer networks that are not
protected should not get you in trouble. After all, you are not hacking,
rather, surfing along and opening unlocked doors, or just walking past
them while nobody is looking, not vandalizing anything, not planting any
woowoo bugs or worms or viruses. You just want to find evidence that
some people on planet Earth have their hands on anti-gravity, or zero
point energy technology, while us standard-issue hominids have to pay
huge money for fuel in winter, if we are lucky (meaning, there’s fuel
around and the money is worth something). This was Gary's mission,
having empathy with senior people who could not afford to pay for
heating in England's winter. Beats Bono, if you ask me.
Gary has also been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of
autism, essentially making him unable to lie and compulsively putting
honesty and truth before everything else, even if it harms himself. Being
reclusive, and smoking pot while surfing on his cheesy 56K modem
around NASA, NSA, Navy Intelligence, Air Force Space Command,
Pentagon, and other such "highly protected" networks, Gary was one of
millions, only the URL’s he went to were funky. Pot-smoking American
presidents could have done this in their spare time (had they inhaled) if
they only cared, or knew some computing basics. Some have professed
that they want to let the American public know about all those secrets
that some people keep somewhere and all, but they don't do the deed.
So. Highly classified computer networks had passwords which were left
blank, on Windows machines being connected to the internet. Great.
Admittedly, Gary left some messages saying that their network security,
in a word, sucked. They never admitted this, or forgave him. They want
his British arse in some black military court. What was originally a 6-
month community service penalty in his home country, the UK,
ballooned into a 60-70 year prison sentence if Gary McKinnon gets
extradited to the US.
An undisclosed source at the high brass in the US reportedly said that
they were concerned about what Gary might have seen in his
wanderings around the world's worst-kept secrets (look, no passworks,
mom!), but has not disclosed. Then again, what he said he saw may be
the whole truth. After all, he is not a lying scumbag politician. I would
take his word any day over that of about a million people on teevee.
Gary did his mission in 2000, 2001, 2002. Does anyone remember any
significant events about that time that could have been as "wellprotected"
as those lists of NON-TERRESTRIAL OFFICERS of
NASA/DoD/Navy Intelligence/Air Force Space Command, which Gary
McKinnon could have laid eyes on?
Gary looks a bit like an alien, and he is extremely articulate and
obviously highly intelligent, courageous and empathetic. These are all
attributes lacking his opponents, the oxymoronic military intelligence.
Your grandchildren will know who he is when their time comes, so you
better check him out. A long list of entertainment people, especially
musicians like David Gilmour and Chrissy Hynde are supporting him,
and it will be a battle to get him extradited to the US.
At 6:50 into the clip: what Gary found while hacking into NASA
Gary McKinnon, David Gilmour and Chrissie Hynde speakout
on the news
This one is a good one: David Gilmour and Gary singing with Chrissie
Hynde. This is his support song, so he does not have to rot in jail in
some failed police state. And Gary just wants to sing and write songs, he
says ... (see the Project Camelot interview below)
Chicago/We Can Change The World (Gary Mckinnon Support
This is a long one, 50 minutes. Absolutely worth it. At 21:15: "Nonterrestrial
officers" Excel spreadsheet, with names and ranks of
personnel; ship-to-ship and fleet-to-fleet transfers of material:
Project Camelot interviews Gary McKinnon
Gary McKinnon is most certainly not an agent of the official disco-coclosure
that they want to serve you on the very disco channel sometime
soon. He found some scary evidence. He admitted it. They want his smart
arse. So it must be true. You would not go after a guy who fell for a hoax
that you set up for some reason on unsecured computers, would you?
Or ... was this an elaborate setup to make disclosure happen via the
controlled feeding of true (and false) information? Anything is possible.
Just don't trust those journalist whores to which Mr. Swinton alluded in
our opening quote. Pigs with lipstick.