“Suppose they gave a war and nobody came” was the winsome prayer in the middle of the Cold War. If that thought was more than a sigh, it could well have been based on the cool heads that narrowly avoided heating up hostilities for two weeks in October 1962, when U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev were seen to hold the fate of the world in their hands in a great test of the idea of nuclear deterrence.
In those days the extremely consequential impact of nuclear deployment was perceived as the equivalent of the end of the world as we know it.
At every major stage of development, people have always felt that that particular stage was the most important one and that its result would be the immediate and dramatic alteration of human society, leading either to some sort of holy reclamation or great chaotic breakdown.World Evolution As revealed to Marshall Vian Summers on November 20, 1987
Half a century later, the risks of progressive leadership getting ahead of the ruling class quite evident, the pervasive dread of nuclear war has dissipated into optimistic consumerism like fog on a sunny morning.
Suppose they gave disclosure and nobody cared
Now anyone who is reading this blog is aware of the government’s reluctance to disclose what is known and recorded about UFOs (or UAPs, “unidentified aerial phenomena,” for those who wish to avoid the sensationalism of the past).
Until now, right? This week the Department of Defense released footage of phenomena, indicated the phenomena is “unidentified” and validated the evidence as authentic. Disclosure? For a moment, everyone who might still be reading this far breathed a gasp of surprise: what is this? The Department of Defense now acknowledged the videos were authentic and the objects actually unidentified, unknown as to provenance. Panic does not ensue. The audience who are paying attention are not satisfied with this acknowledgement, the legacy of such long non-disclosure still calling for accountability.
What is proof? How much do you have to see before it is clear?The Allies of Humanity Book Two | Third Commentary by the Unseen Ones As revealed to Marshall Vian Summers, Dec 18, 1998
See for yourself
- @UAP shares on Twitter videos and official reports of sightings by military witnesses
- @blackvaultcom shares on Twitter his observations from decades’ worth of documents obtained by determined FOIA requests
- Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Dean report for the New York Times on the topic of military eyewitnesses and government response
This disclosure is a distraction
The timing and intention of government agencies in disclosing observations is one matter that circulates this week as the latest controversy triggering reaction and opinion, only to get lost in the slipstream of consciousness while the world and all who are in it struggle to maintain stability and especially their own livelihoods and platforms.
The threat of extinction continues to loom in the background like the hum of a refrigerator in the room, ignored while attention is elsewhere, unnerving only if hitting at a certain vibration to certain sensitivities that something is “off,” something needing attention but disregarded.
The demand for disclosure is a distraction
The demand for disclosure is a distraction–a necessary distraction for those who are diligent enough to do the plodding research and objective enough to provide reliable reports, clear enough to communicate and build their audience, self-sufficient enough to keep working when a rock star comes to leverage all that work into acclaim, approval and acceptance.
The demand for disclosure, best waged by the so qualified, is nevertheless a distraction if it is the primary focus of any who want to know the truth. The truth is out there, as this week’s news makes clear to any who have been searching. The truth has been out there for more than half a century for any willing to do their own research.
The demand for disclosure, without due diligence, is hardly more than the bleating of sheep complaining about the farmer who fleeces them annually. Restless and reactionary, grumpy and complaining, those sheep don’t see the vehicle that shows up annually to take them to a far more serious outcome.
Disclosure is an indicator
All who demand disclosure, as if their government were an evil overlord and they the peasants fomenting revolt, fail to recognize the real enemy. The enemy within that is lazy and blind like a sheep, the consciousness that is asleep. The enemy from without, truly from beyond our borders seeking its own agenda, secretive about that intention even while making captivating displays as if to engage our attention or to gauge our reaction.
Any with eyes to see can be ridiculed only for so long, as long as we do have true and dedicated agents to sift through the deception and to present the evidence credibly. There comes a time when disclosure is beside the point. And that time is way past time to sound the alarm and to form a deliberate response. When that time comes, the secret agenda of the invaders will be so far accomplished, resistance may well be futile.
You don’t want to wait for the proof because then it will be too late. By then, there will be very little recourse.The Allies of Humanity Book Two | Third Commentary by the Unseen Ones As revealed to Marshall Vian Summers, Dec 18, 1998