Secrecy around spacecraft, EBE’s, likely to continue under next administration. Candidate Giuliani rattles his lightsaber.
Space shot? Critics of U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich say his claim of a UFO encounter makes him unfit for command. Kucinich is opposed to the militarization of space. Another candidate, Rudy Giuliani, says America will be prepared for an ET invasion.
U.S. presidential candidates Dennis Kucinich and Bill Richardson are suggesting they know something most of us don’t about extraterrestrial intelligence. And now they are paying a political price for talking about their concerns about UFOs.
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani also promised a schoolboy last week that America will be prepared for an ET invasion.
The mainstream media largely ignored Giuiliani’s remarks.
But newspaper columnists like the Boston Herald’s Howie Carr (see link and excerpt, below), are smearing Kucinich as mentally unfit for executive office–simply because the Ohio congressman says he once observed an aerial object he could not identify.
Carr also cites Kucinich’s vegetarianism as evidence of the Ohio congressman’s mental illness.
The reason for the disparity in mainstream media coverage might be that Kucinich is opposes the further militarization of space, while Giuliani has been portraying himself as a future military strongman.
But Kucinich is not alone. Other U.S. pols, including President Jimmy Carter and former Arizona Governor Fife Symington, have reported seeing UFOs, along with 14 percent of their fellow Americans, according to a 2002 Roper poll.
And President Ronald Reagan once told the United Nations that “an alien threat” would quickly unite world governments.
New Mexico Governor Richardson also joins President Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff and others calling for the the U.S. military to release classified data about historic UFO incidents near Roswell and Kecksburg, Pa.
Kucinich reportedly encountered a UFO at the home of actress and New Age prophetess Shirley MacLaine (http://www.shirleymaclaine.com).
MacLaine reports in her latest book, “He said he felt a connection in his heart and heard directions in his mind.”
Kucinich admits seeing the UFO. But he denies communicating with any spacecraft.