UFO Secrecy

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Date Host George Knapp
Guests Richard Dolan, Jack Sarfatti

Guest host George Knapp welcomed author and historian Richard Dolan for a discussion on UFO cover-ups.

Dolan said recovered alien technology is currently in the possession of powerful private multinational interests, who may also be pulling the strings of the U.S. government and other governments across the world. He speculated that former President George H.W. Bush as well as Vice President Cheney and Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld may have knowledge about UFOs, however, most government officials do not. According to Dolan, the 'UFO problem' became formally removed from the office of the President in 1969.

Dolan believes multinational corporations have subverted our traditional constitutional government in order to protect the knowledge they have acquired from UFOs/alien technology. Such technology includes fiber optics, lasers and integrated circuit chips, he speculated. Dolan also spoke about media control and self-censoring, black budget spending and how the multinationals have managed to maintain their UFO cover-up stories for so long.

Due to technical difficulties, the live program with guest host George Knapp began halfway into the first hour. The audio streams and MP3s have been edited accordingly.

Physics of UFOs

In the first hour, physicist Jack Sarfatti briefly spoke about the physics of UFOs and how they may be using wormholes to travel through time. He also shared a strange experience he had as a boy, when he claims to have received a phone call from a "cold, metallic, mechanical voice" that identified itself as a computer aboard a spacecraft from the future.

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