From the archives of this spring’s Disclosure Hearings: Former Canadian Minister of Defense Paul Hellyer and Historian Richard Dolan

I notice that Paul Hellyer’s testimony is going viral. Good.

“My interest is in about 95 to 98 percent of full disclosure — I know of one or two things that I’m not sure should be in the public domain, at least yet. They will be someday, I’m sure. But just as children survive the idea of the tooth fairy and Santa Claus when they become adult, I think the taxpaying citizens are quite capable of accepting the new and broader reality that we live in a cosmos teeming with life of various sorts.

“The fact that some other civilizations are more advanced than we are may be humbling. But that could be a necessary step in our survival.”

 

So should Historian Richard Dolan’s:

“Disclosure is a paradox, because it is impossible, and it is inevitable. . . Someday, something is going to force the president’s hand, to make that bombshell statement, something like this. “I have been advised . . . that there is a reality to some of the UFO phenomenon . . .”

“The real question is, what next?”

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