GOP debate evades ET disclosure issue, now on Obama White House website
None of the GOP candidates – Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Michelle Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Herman Caine, Rick Santoro, John Huntsman, or Gary Johnson – in a FOX News/Google September 22, 2011 debate for the Republican nomination for U.S. President brought up or addressed the issue of whether, as U.S. President, he or she would disclose the extraterrestrial presence that, overwhelming evidence shows, is active in the Earth’s space environment.
The Obama White House ET disclosure petition
By contrast on the very same day as the September 22, 2011 GOP debate, the Obama White House website inaugurated a published citizen petition entitled:
“We, the undersigned, strongly urge the President of the United States to formally acknowledge an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race and immediately release into the public domain all files from all agencies and military services relevant to this phenomenon.”
“Hundreds of military and government agency witnesses have come forward with testimony confirming this extraterrestrial presence. Opinion polls now indicate more than 50% of the American people believe there is an extraterrestrial presence and more than 80% believe the government is not telling the truth about this phenomenon. The people have a right to know. The people can handle the truth.”
What the Obama White House can do about the ET disclosure petition
The White House website states, “The White House plans to respond to each petition that crosses the 5,000 signature threshold. In a few rare cases (such as specific procurement, law enforcement, or adjudicatory matters), the White House response might not address the facts of a particular matter to avoid exercising improper influence. In addition, the White House will not respond to petitions that violate We the People’s Terms of Participation. In some cases, a single response may be used for similar petitions.”
The Obama White House website continues, “Petition responses will come from a variety of Administration officials, including staff at the White House. From time to time President Obama may respond directly to petitions, but we expect most of responses to come from other Administration officials.”
As of this writing, the Obama White House petition 4144 more signatures are needed by October 22, 2011 to qualify for a formal White House or Obama Administration response.
Sign the White House ET disclosure petition
Readers can sign the Petition by clicking at the URL below. A U.S. postal code is required.
The ET disclosure issue has been included in prior U.S. Presidential debates
Historically, the ET disclosure issue has been included in U.S. Presidential debates. For example, in the 2008 U.S. Presidential campaign, ET disclosure was a highly visible part of a Democratic debate.
Ever since the Durant Report of the 1953 U.S. Central Intelligence Agency’s Robertson Panel, mainstream media have considered the extraterrestrial and UFO presence to be the “3rd rail” of journalism – “touch it and you die”.
The 1953 CIA Robertson Panel essentially decreed that any discourse about extraterrestrial or hyperdimensional civilizations be treated with ridicule or scorn, and that any journalist, academic or government official treating this subject with professionalism and integrity be destroyed as an economic and social entity.
Tim Russert, the late NBC Meet the Press host, was the last mainstream national reporters to ask Obama his opinions as to whether life existed beyond earth, at a Presidential debate on October 31, 2007. Tim Russert asked Sen. Barack Obama about his belief in the existence of life of life beyond Earth.
Obama responded with a circumspect answer, and appeared to leave the door open to future developments. “I don’t presume to know. What I know is there is life here on Earth, and — and that we’re not attending to life here on Earth [LAUGHTER],” Obama said. After referring to the needs of children for health care, and seniors for heating bill subsidies, Obama concluded enigmatically, “There may be some other folks on their way[ namely ETs].” See video below.
On June 13, 2008, Russert died of an apparent enlarged heart and artery rupture, as determined by his autopsy. There is online speculation that Russert may have been assassinated via electromagnetic weapon inducing a heart attack (a known military-intelligence assassination technique) as a signal to journalists covering Obama to stay away from certain lines of inquiry. If Russert was assassinated because of his mainstream journalists role, it may have been because of his question to Obama on the extraterrestrial issue. This outcome would be consistent with the mandate of the 1953 Robertson Panel.
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