UFO disclosure appears to be at a crossroads and if ‘we the people’ do not act we may lose this rare opportunity to force UFO disclosure. The United States military has a lengthy history of lies and deceit and will do anything in their power to block public access to UFO information. Therefore, we must contact our representatives so that they can force the military to cooperate. Unfortunately, politicians are our only resources that have this power, so the time has come for us to nudge those politicians into action. Fortunately, we have just the thing. Andreas Freeman has been gracious enough to share a form letter which you may copy below and paste into your own document and send to your representative.
I am writing you today to ask you to support SA4810, Senator Gillibrand’s amendment to the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act that establishes the Anomaly Surveillance, Tracking, and Resolution Office (ASTRO). I also ask you to please support the preservation of the current language in the amendment, as it addresses many serious issues that have been ignored and stigmatized for generations.
The language of this legislation is a paradigm-shifting departure from how the government has handled reports of unidentified aerial phenomena in the past, and will bring clarity to an issue that many in the public have been interested in for decades. The US government’s secrecy on this subject has greatly eroded public trust in our institutions, and has lead to conspiracy theories being created to fill the void resulting from the lack of information. The ongoing absence of oversight in this area will also be fully addressed with the current language in this amendment.
Those most personally affected by the stigma surrounding the UAP topic have been our men and women in uniform. They have been ignored and ridiculed for reporting UAP incidents, and I suspect some may have even lost opportunity for promotions by simply doing the right thing and telling the truth. There have also been reports of adverse health effects among military pilots who have had encounters with these objects. Sweeping these physiologically harmful experiences under the rug is no way to treat our service members, and the fact that this has gone on as long as it has is completely unacceptable.
It has also come to my attention that on November 23rd, the Deputy Secretary of Defense announced the creation of the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG). From what has been reported publicly, it is clear that AOIMSG would dramatically limit the scope of what a Pentagon UAP office would be, and could be if it were instead established by the guidelines provided in SA4810. The most glaring omission from the AOIMSG announcement is their failure to acknowledge the adverse biological effects caused by UAP that are harming members of our military.
The placement of AOIMSG into the OUSD(I) is all the more alarming. Former OUSD(I) official Luis Elizondo, who resigned from his position of Director of National Programs Special Management Staff in 2017, said today that creating this office under the OUSD(I) would be the exact thing someone would do if they were trying to maintain secrecy on the UAP subject. This is absolutely unacceptable, and is another reason the Gillibrand amendment must pass with the current language contained in the bill.
The Gillibrand amendment is a monumental step toward uncovering the mystery that is unidentified aerial phenomena. We need a UAP office that will harbor public trust and provide the American people and our military service members with answers. Oversight is essential to democracy, and our representatives in Congress are the ones who can best enforce it.
I once again ask you to please support Senator Gillibrand’s amendment SA4810 in the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act. Please do not allow the OUSD(I) to perpetuate a false illusion of redundancy with the creation of the AOIMSG. The language of the Gillibrand amendment must be preserved as much as possible in the final bill. This amendment has broad bipartisan support in its current version, and should be passed accordingly.
Thank you for your consideration.
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