Given the still-thundering aftermath of Vegas, plus the increasingly fiery California holocaust, it’s no wonder that not many seemed to have paid attention to the trumped-up hoopla “partial disclosure” announcement by rock star Tom Delonge.
I didn’t watch his press conference itself, figuring it would be some sort of “disclosure of threats from outer space” (given all the MIC players backing him), but I did pay attention to what certain others thought of it. For example, Jordan Sather, who was, frankly, boiling mad.
I guess that Linda Moulton Howe was similarly disturbed, but she tried to disguise it — in hopes, perhaps, that this kind of skewed “disclosure” will eventually turn into something more — what? Straightforward? More expansive? Less oriented towards technology and threats and more towards spirituality and consciousness? The latter would be my bias.
Another, even more diplomatic commentator, Michael Salla, focuses on the “promise” of “transport revolution.” Again, I sense that Salla is also hoping that this the foot in the door for genuine disclosure; that this effort will help to blast off the conceptual helmet that the USG and the MIC screwed onto humanity’s head ( with the “ridicule factor” to keep it on), beginning with Roswell in 1947.