PRESIDENT Barack Obama could be the world leader who is talked about for thousands of years, if, as many conspiracy theorists believe he is about to do, he reveals the existence of aliens to the globe before stepping down. It follows Hillary Clinton’s pledge to “get to the bottom” of “unexplained aerial phenomena” Had she been elected president. She also vowed to send a “task force” into Area 51 in Nevada where craft are said to be kept hidden away.
Stephen Bassett is the executive director of Paradigm Research Group founded in 1996 to end a government imposed embargo on the truth behind the so called "UFO" phenomenon. Stephen has spoken to audiences around the world about the implications of formal "Disclosure" by world governments of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. He has given over 1000 radio and television interviews, and PRG's advocacy work has been extensively covered by national and international media. In 2013 PRG produced a "Citizen Hearing on Disclosure" at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. On November 5, 2014 PRG launched a Congressional Hearing/Political Initiative seeking the first hearings on Capitol Hill since 1968 regarding the extraterrestrial presence issue.
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Stephen Bassett, America's only registered lobbyist on UFO and extraterrestrial issues, is convinced that the government has this information and it's only a matter of time before the president "announces to the American people that we're not alone." This much-anticipated mind-blowing moment, known among some UFO enthusiasts as the "disclosure," will officially confirm that "there are extraterrestrials, not only elsewhere, but engaging us now."
Bassett, is so convinced President Obama will disclose before the end of 2016, he has put his money where his mouth is by placing a 100/1 wager – dubbed the ‘Disclosure bet’ – which has a $30,000 payout, and he believes the UK Prime Minister Theresa May, would back up the US commander in chief.
Bassett's turning point came in 1995, when he read Abduction: Human Encounters With Aliens, by the late Harvard psychiatry professor John Mack, who counseled people who claimed to have had contact with aliens. After a short stint volunteering for Mack's Program for Extraordinary Experience Research, Bassett concluded that there was already enough scientific evidence "to confirm the ET presence many times over. The problem was political."
Though he's the only UFO lobbyist, Bassett is not the only earthling intrigued by the concept of intelligent life from other worlds. Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter both claimed to have had UFO experiences. Ever since something crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, the US government has investigated interplanetary craft with varying levels of official acknowledgment. In 1952, as flying-saucer mania gripped America, the Air Force launched Project Blue Book, which would become the most extensive official investigation of UFOs to date. It was mostly a public-relations effort, and the government officially got out of the UFO investigation business in 1969. But documents released since then show that the FBI, CIA, and Air Force kept up their own work on the matter.
Bassett and other UFO fans find cause for optimism in the fact that Clinton's former chief of staff John Podesta wrote, "The time to pull the curtain back on this subject is long overdue."
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