So Dennis Kucinich claims to have seen a UFO, and this draws a question in a recent debate.
But he backpedals and claims that what he saw was truly unidentified. No big deal right?
Just another laughable goof from the one presidential candidate who everyone knows is a little off kilter,
and who of course has no chance of winning anything.
In reality, the only reason such a question would be brought up in a national debate is to discredit the man,
make him look foolish, and to derail the one candidate that could actually make a difference,
but who represents the greatest threat to the powers that be and the status quo.
By authorizing his sighting to be included in a recently published Shirley MacLain book, Mr. Kucinich should
have been ready for the smear tactic that such an admission would inevitably inspire. Instead of being caught
off-guard, and trying to downplay his experience, what Kucinich could have, and should have done, is to seize
the opportunity to say exactly what he knows about the UFO phenomenon, which is more than what he claimed the
other night. What he could have said is something like this:
“Yes, I saw an object, just as other former presidents including Reagan and Carter claimed to have seen unusual
objects. It was a classic triangular shaped craft, and it moved in ways that defy conventional laws of physics.
Millions of highly credible people all over the world have seen such objects and their first hand eyewitness
descriptions should be taken seriously rather than ridiculed.
I was also one of 535 members of congress who received a 500-page briefing document about the alleged UFO
government-imposed truth embargo regarding UFO’s shortly after the May 9, 20001 National Press Club conference,
which kicked off the Disclosure Project – a non-profit organization which has gathered testimonies from over
400 government, intelligence and military eyewitnesses to classified, top secret projects dealing with this subject.
I was the only member of congress to support the efforts of the Disclosure Project, albeit off the record, and when
I am elected president I will do everything I can to end the decades-old secrecy surrounding this topic,
which according to some of the DP witnesses is connected to the energy situation, and could lead the way to complete
independence from fossil fuels.”
But instead of being prepared to take his floundering campaign to the next level by introducing the one issue that
not only would resonate with a majority of voters, but one which might signal the dismantling of the secrecy apparatus
surrounding every issue of utmost importance since President Eisenhower in 1961 first warned of the rise of the
“military industrial complex”, we get a tepid response which reinforces his image as a flake.
Score another one for the corrupt system.