Former advisor of President Obama, John Podesta regretted that he had failed to disclose secret government documents on UFOs. Why has he failed?
In 1947, President Harry Truman formed a secret society consisting of five senior army leaders, two government employees and five top scientists. This society was named Majestic 12 and charged with the investigation of the Roswell UFO incident.
In the past 70 years, this group turned into a powerful “cabal” that manages the flow of information about UFOs, writes Sabir Hussain, director of the Insets (Indian Society for Extraterrestrial Studies) in the newspaper The New Indian Express. A number of scientists, astronauts, journalists and military officials have openly spoken about this group.
Dr. Eric Walker (1910-1995), former chairman of the military think tank IDA and former director of Penn State University, said: “I am familiar with MJ-12. I’ve known them for 40 years. You can not do anything against it. ”
The late astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man on the moon, called MJ-12 a clandestine group, a quasi-government that operates unattended.
Emmy winner and investigative journalist Linda Moulton Howe noted that Congress, the representatives of the people do not have access to information about UFOs and aliens, which is kept behind bars by secret agencies.
According to retired US commander Will Miller MJ-12 will make every effort to keep information about their UFO research secret. Only people who have access to the so-called ‘unacknowledged special access programs “that are used to fund research into UFOs, may know what is going on, Miller said.
He noted that even the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a military advisory body of the US government and the military intelligence service DIA have no access. They act as if the phenomenon is a myth, although there are secret documents in circulation that Podesta tried to get disclosed.
In September 2005, President Clinton talks to a TV station in Hong Kong that it is quite possible that bureaucrats are hiding secrets about UFOs, even presidents.
On Monday February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor.