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Did President Truman have contact with Aliens?
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What did President Truman know about UFOs?
A lot I think.



Didn't he start Majestic 12 the code name for a secret committee of scientists, military leaders and government officials that was formed in 1947  by POTUS Truman to facilitate recovery and investigation Alien Space Craft or UFOs.
This is a video my husband showed me, it really brings to light the Attitude of the MSM back then, especially That Arrogant Ass Mike Wallace. (Who My Husband Could Never Stand)




Of-course POTUS Eisenhower probably knew even more about Aliens and ufos.
I think he even signed a treaty with them.
Here is just an example of what is in the article.


Quote:The significant point about Cooper’s version is that the humanoid extraterrestrial race was not willing to enter into technology exchanges that might help weapons development, and instead was focused on spiritual development. Significantly, the overtures of these extraterrestrials were turned down.
 
Confirmation that the First Contact meeting involved extraterrestrials who were effectively spurned for taking what might be considered a principled stand on technology assistance and nuclear weapons comes from the son of a former Navy Commander who claimed that his father had been present at the First Contact event on February 20-21, 1954. According to Charles L. Suggs, a retired Sgt from the US Marine Corps, his father Charles L. Suggs, (1909-1987) was a former Commander with the US Navy who attended the meeting at Edwards Air force base with Eisenhower. [11] Sgt Suggs recounted his father’s experiences from the meeting in a 1991 interview with a prominent UFO researcher:
 

Quote:Charlie's father, Navy Commander Charles Suggs accompanied Pres. Ike along with others on Feb. 20th.  They met and spoke with 2 white-haired Nordics that had pale blue eyes and colorless lips.  The spokesman stood a number of feet away from Ike and would not let him approach any closer.  A second nordic stood on the extended ramp of a bi-convex saucer that stood on tripod landing gear on the landing strip.  According to Charlie, there were B-58 Hustlers on the field even though the first one did not fly officially till 1956.  These visitors said they came from another solar system.  They posed detailed questions about our 
nuclear testing. [12]
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Another ‘whistleblower’ who confirms that First Contact involved an extraterrestrial race being spurned for their principled stand on technology transfer is the son of the famous creator of the Lear Jet, William Lear. John Lear is a former Lockheed L-1011 Captain who flew over 150 test aircraft and held 18 world speed records, and during the late 1960's, 1970's and early 1980's was a contract pilot for the CIA. Lear developed a close relationship with CIA Director (DCI) William Colby who was in charge of covert operations in Vietnam before becoming DCI. According to Lear there had indeed been a warning from another race prior to an agreement being eventually signed, and he claimed they visited Muroc/Edward and the following occurred:
 

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Quote:In 1954, President Eisenhower met with a representative of another alien species at Muroc Test Center, which is now called Edwards Airforce Base. This alien suggested that they could help us get rid of the Greys but Eisenhower turned down their offer because they offered no technology.[13]
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Cooper’s and Lear’s idea of more than one extraterrestrial race interacting with the Eisenhower administration is supported by other whistleblowers such as former Master Sergeant Robert Dean who like Cooper, had access to top secret documents while working in the intelligence division for the Supreme Commander of a major US military command. In Dean’s 27 year distinguished military career, he served at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe where he witnessed these documents while serving under the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe. Dean claimed:

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Quote:The group at the time, there were just four that they knew of for certain and the Greys were one of those groups. There was a group that looked exactly like we do. There was a human group that looked so much like us that that really drove the admirals and the generals crazy because they determined that these people, and they had seen them repeatedly, they had had contact with them, there had been abductions, there had been contacts… Two other groups, there was a very large group, I say large, they were 6-8 maybe sometimes 9 feet tall and they were humanoid, but they were very pale, very white, didn't have any hair on their bodies at all. And then there was another group that had sort of a reptilian quality to them. We had encountered them, military people and police officers all over the world have run into these guys. They had vertical pupils in their eyes and their skin seemed to have a quality very much like what you find on the stomach of a lizard. So those were the four they knew of in 1964.[14]  
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There is some discrepancy in the testimonials as to which Air force base the spurned extraterrestrials met with President Eisenhower and/or Eisenhower administration officials. Cooper claims this occurred at Homestead Air force base in Florida, and not Edwards. [15] On the other hand Lear and Suggs suggest it occurred at Edwards. In his letter, Gerald Light pointed to intense disagreement amongst Eisenhower officials in responding to the extraterrestrials at the Edwards AFB meeting. Such intense disagreement may predictably have occurred if national security officials were responding to an extraterrestrial request to abandon the pursuit of weapons technologies. Given the intensity of the Cold War, the national security officials present may well have decided it was more prudent to seek better terms before agreeing to the extraterrestrials request. Light’s testimony implies that the meeting at Edwards did not result in an agreement, but instead resulted in intense disagreement between Eishenhower officials. Consequently, I will conclude that the Lear and Suggs version is more accurate, and that the ‘First Contact’ meeting occurred at Edwards Air force base in February 20-21, 1954.[/size]
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I'm always hesitant when discussing political reaction to the question 'do Ufos exist?'
The media want a story and it's expedient for later purposes that politicians give them what they want,
so they give them what they want!

This isn't a reflection on whether such phenomena exists, it's just that when dealing with the media as
a conduit, accurate information that carries no flavour, can be moulded to seem more exciting and
references to possible official concealment can be lost for various reasons.

Some outlets wish to pander to their Governments for no other reason than it may disrupt their
source apparatus and others may well be under a form of control by the powers they're supposed to
monitor.

But which ever it is, the content... the real relevance of a report, can mean little to a Journalist who is
merely looking for a good scoop. Below is Kenneth Arnold's account of what he saw whilst flying his
plane near Mount Rainier in Washington State.

'...Arnold originally described the objects' shape as "flat like a pie pan", "shaped like a pie plate",
"half-moon shaped, oval in front and convex in the rear", "something like a pie plate that was cut
in half with a sort of a convex triangle in the rear", or simply "saucer-like"...'

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An artist's impression from the description of Kenneth Arnold's report.

The Press at the time jumped on the expression 'flying saucer' because Arnold commented that
the unknown objects' erratic movements were like 'a saucer skipping across the water'
Yet, his description and later rendering, offered a different shape, more of a crescent-like object.
But the label was born and the media around the world use it right up to this day.

In the clip that Guohua kindly provided, I notice that the Presenter -Mike Harris, constantly used this
'flying saucer' title in his questions and Donald Keyhoe resisted the lure to copy him.
Keyhoe sticks to a pragmatic narrative to counter Harris' constant disparaging questioning.

For it's time, that footage shows two things.
One: The strong manner that the public were controlled through the media with the idea that whatever
officialdom stated, is beyond reproach.
Two: The poor formula of televised interviews that is still around today. The early adulation, then the
doubting attack, a mutual neutral impasse and finally, the prevailing narrative reiterated.
All for the sake of ratings and promoting of the interviewer's career.

Stripping out all this garbage is needed before one can get to the truth about what is flying about in our
skies. Personally, I think Keyhoe carried himself well.


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Here is a good video.


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