End the em­bargo

The Washington Times Weekly - - National -

For­mer New York City Mayor Ru­dolph W. Gi­u­liani and New York Sen. Hil­lary Rod­ham Clin­ton are among the pres­i­den­tial can­di­dates who will be in­vited to ap­pear and speak at an “ex­opol­i­tics” con­fer­ence in Wash­ing­ton this Septem­ber. Ex­opol­i­tics? “[T]he so­cial, po­lit­i­cal and me­dia as­pects of 60 years of de­nial of an ex­trater­res­trial pres­ence en­gag­ing the hu­man race — ex­opol­i­tics,” ex­plains Stephen Bas­sett, ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of the Par­a­digm Re­search Group, which has lined up a “pow­er­ful” group of speak­ers for its “X-Con­fer­ence 2007.”

Th­ese speak­ers “col­lec­tively hold enough knowl­edge of ex­trater­res­trial-re­lated phe­nom­ena and gov­ern­men­tal in­volve­ment with this phe­nom­ena to end the state-im­posed truth em­bargo to­mor­row. All it would take is for the po­lit­i­cal lead­ers and the po­lit­i­cal me­dia to pay at­ten­tion,” he says.

Ev­ery mem­ber of Congress will be in­vited to the con­fer­ence, where they will be told that as many as half of all Amer­i­cans (that’s a lot of vot­ers) be­lieve in ex­trater­res­trial ori­gins for at least some of the uniden­ti­fied ob­jects seen, pho­tographed, filmed and tracked on radar in the skies above earth.

John McCaslin, whose col­umn is na­tion­ally syn­di­cated, can be reached at 202/636-3284 or jm­c­caslin@wash­ing­ton­times.com.

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