Press Release – July 1, 2011
World Disclosure Day – July 8
Washington, DC – Paradigm Research Group has today initiated an international effort to designate July 8 as World Disclosure Day.
Disclosure – the formal acknowledgement by world governments of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race – is the primary goal of a growing international truth movement. The purpose of World Disclosure Day is to provide a focal point for people and organizations to come together to assert their right to know extraordinary information being withheld from them by their governments – the truth embargo. World Disclosure Day will also help broaden public awareness of the Disclosure process and those organizations involved in this advocacy work.
On July 8, 1947 General Roger Ramey held a press event at the 8th Army Air Force Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas in which he changed the just released story of a recovered crashed disk near Roswell, New Mexico to that of a retrieved Rawin weather balloon. This was the informal beginning of the now 64-year truth embargo regarding an extraterrestrial presence. For this reason the date July 8 was chosen to emphasize the need to reverse that now inappropriate policy.
People and organizations from every nation can register their endorsement of World Disclosure Day at the WDD website. Endorsements from around the world are already coming in (the majority of which are international). In time various relevant events will come to be scheduled on this date.
Tomorrow (July 2) is World UFO Day, which was initiated in 2001 and has drawn some modest attention over the years. It is home based at: www.worldufoday.com
But the advocacy movement is now representative of a new era – exopolitics. The era of the UFO is over. It ended no later than 1991. “UFO” is now an anachronistic contradiction in terms. [Imagine the India independence movement had focused on UFOs - Unidentified Foreign Occupiers.] The truth embargo is not about preventing citizens from learning about frisbees, balloons and bird flocks. It’s about withholding acknowledgment of non-human, intelligent beings flying about in Earth’s skies and much more. The scientific study of the phenomena should of course go forward, but should be called extraterrestrial phenomena research – not ufology.
“UFO” is of the past. Disclosure is the future, and this is where the emphasis must shift. A national security policy has to be changed, and that is politics – exopolitics.
Note: on the day the first nation comes forward to finally and formally acknowledge the extraterrestrial presence, that day will then become World Disclosure Day (or Disclosure Day) historically recognizing the most profound event in human history.
Contact: Stephen Bassett, Ex. Director
Paradigm Research Group
4938 Hampden Lane, #161, Bethesda, MD 20814
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