Pioneer in the development of 'Exopolitics,' Michael Salla spoke about how government policies are evolving around the issue of ET and UFO disclosure. He views disclosure as being part of a process that in many ways began with Steven Greer's 2001 press event. He foresees a gradual series of steps by the Obama administration to move towards more openness, first about UFO sightings, then admissions of microbes on other planets such as Mars, and eventually there could be the acknowledgment of intelligent ET life.
Key players in the Obama administration around the disclosure issue include Hillary Clinton, who was said to be briefed on the Rockefeller Initiative in 1995, and Dennis Blair, the Director of National Intelligence, who Salla said became familiar with USOs (unidentified submerged objects) as a Navy admiral. Conditioning the public through mass media, such as popular films with ET subjects, is also propelling the issue forward, he noted.
Salla reviewed noteworthy whistleblower testimony, such as that of Airman 2nd Class Wilbur Kirtland (pseudonym), a medic who worked at Holloman AFB in 1955, when Eisenhower purportedly met with ETs and signed an agreement with them. Kirtland said he overheard two pilots talking about a 45-minute meeting that took place aboard a flying saucer. Another witness, an electrician, said he saw the alien ship land at the base, Salla recounted. For more on the incident, see this article by investigator Art Campbell.
MUFON & Bigelow Contract
First hour guest, James Carrion, the International Director of MUFON, talked about their organization's new contract with Bigelow Aerospace to provide research on UFOs. The pilot program is set to run for one year, he reported. More at the UFO Examiner.