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PRG is seeking the answer to these questions in Washington, DC as part of a congressional hearing initiative ongoing since November of 2014.

 

Update on the Bentwaters UFO Case

Stephen Bassett is a leading advocate for ending the nearly 70-year government imposed truth embargo regarding an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race and the planet Earth. He is a political activist, founder of the Paradigm Research Group, Executive Director of the Extraterrestrial Phenomena Political Action Committee X-PPAC, author of the Paradigm Clock website, and a political columnist and commentator.


Presently he is the only registered lobbyist in the United States representing extraterrestrial-related phenomena research/activist organizations; and X-PPAC is the first political action committee to target the political implications of extraterrestrial-related phenomena. In 2002 he conducted an independent Congressional campaign for the 8th District of Maryland. It was the first instance in which a congressional candidate on the November ballot in a federal election addressed the matter of an extraterrestrial presence and the 5-decades plus government imposed truth embargo.


On January 13 of 2003 he launched a new initiative, Citizen Hearing, which ultimately led to a week-long hearing in Washington, DC before former Members of the US House and Senate. The motto was and remains: “If Congress will not do its job, the people will.” And now, Bassett is taking it one step further with his Make It Rain on Congress campaign.


In April of 2004 he produced the 1st Annual Exopolitics Expo – the X-Conference – held at the Hilton Washington, DC North/Gaithersburg. It was produced by Paradigm Research Group. The 2nd Annual Exopolitics Expo was completed in April 2005 which ignited a staggering number of Disclosure conferences over the following decade. Even more encouraging is the Disclosure Movement in Europe which is gaining ever increasing momentum.


Since 1996, Stephen Bassett has assisted many other organizations and initiatives which have been making the case for (1) an end to the government embargo on the truth surrounding an extraterrestrial presence, and (2) open congressional hearings to present the testimony of former military and agency employee witnesses regarding the extraterrestrial presence.


His work has been referenced in the Washington Post, Washington Times, New York Times, Legal Times, Christian Science Monitor, National Journal, Pravda, London Sunday Express and O’Dweyer’s Washington Report. He has appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows, in numerous documentaries and continues to bring the message to millions of people of the likelihood and implications of “Disclosure” – the formal acknowledgement by the United States government of an extraterrestrial presence about the earth – not maybe, not someday, but NOW.

The Language of Disclosure

By Stephen Bassett

It will not be easy, but it is time to move on from the language that developed during the first half-century of the truth embargo. First and foremost is the acronym “UFO.”


Unidentified Flying Object was pushed forward and maintained by the Air Force and other agencies. It is now an anachronistic non-sequitur. It is ludicrous. The phenomenon involves piloted (usually) extraterrestrial craft. It is not about flocks of geese turning up on radar or pie pans being thrown from college dorm windows. It is about non-human created machines operating antigravitically in the skies. This term is no less absurd than a government sponsorship of UTP’s - unidentified tiny particles – to describe the research into the sub-atomic world. And, of course, in a context where the government claims there is no evidence whatsoever for sub-atomic particles. The term “Ufologist” is perhaps even more offensive. A professional studying the unidentified – forever.


UFO? No. Extraterrestrial craft.


Ufologist? No. Extraterrestrial phenomena researcher.


Which brings us to perhaps the most offensive term in the embargo lexicon – “Believer.” If you have concluded the evidence amassed confirms an extraterrestrial presence, you are a “believer.” This is no less absurd than introducing a particle physicist to an audience by saying, “Dr. Jones is a believer,” and everyone in that audience understands this means Dr. Jones “believes” protons and electrons are real.

Pushing a universal tag on anyone who disagrees with state policy or ideology is common and ancient. More recently those who have challenged the official government conclusions regarding the events of September 11, 2001 are called “truthers.” It is not meant to be a compliment.


There is a bonus for the truth embargo with “believer” as this is a tag often used for those with religious convictions, thus pairing extraterrestrial phenomena research with religion. This pairing was particularly useful during the Heavens Gate fiasco.


You are a researcher, investigator, journalist, activist dealing with extraterrestrial related phenomena, you are not a “believer.”


As for “alien?” Lose it. The term should be “extraterrestrial.” Suck it up and deal with the syllables. “Alien” has a great deal of baggage, much of which was not innocently attached....Continue Reading top right of page

This article is published with the expressed written permission of Stephen Bassett for publication on The Alien Jigsaw: alienjigsaw.com

 

Update on the Bentwaters UFO Case

 

“As you may have heard, the CITIZEN HEARING played a significant role in the huge win for wounded Veteran John Burroughs. Burroughs’ heart was damaged by an ‘Officially Acknowledged’ UFO encounter, while serving in the U.S. Military. Due to the efforts spearheaded by Congressman Cook, Senator John McCain’s office fought to secure the release of Burroughs’ military medical records, which in turn led to Burroughs finally receiving FULL medical disability for his injuries from his exposure to prolonged U.A.P. (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) radiation…John Burroughs and his lawyer claim their victory represents the ‘U.S. government’s de facto acknowledgement of the existence of UFOs.’ ” Watch The Film Here

Film Director, Jeremy Corbell, was featured on the OpenMinds Radio show with Alejandro Rojas. You can listen to the broadcast here. Additionally, as premiered in Corbell’s 2015 UFO Congress presentation, you can now view both of his recent short films, one being Bob Lazar: Cosmic Whistleblower

 

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Stephen Bassett


“Cover-up” is misleading. The basic policy of suppression was not illegal. Certain actions along the way may have been so, but not the policy. “Cover-up” inappropriately criminalizes people inside military services and civilian agencies. Many of them privately support Disclosure. It was not a “cover-up;” it is a “truth embargo.”


Private persons dealing directly with extraterrestrials are “contactees.” Some contactees, perhaps a majority, are “abductees” taken against their will and experiencing varying levels of pain and discomfort. It is misleading, confusing and exopolitically awkward to simply refer to a person in contact with extraterrestrials as an “abductee.” At this time there is no consensus term for someone having only telepathic/psychic contact, but “contactee” is not an unreasonable choice.


Extraterrestrials are not “paranormal.” The presence of multi-life forms in the galaxy is profoundly “normal.” It is not “paranormal” research. Truth be told, little if anything should be assigned to the paranormal. It should be a short list, and extraterrestrials are not on that list.


“Flying Saucer?” Please. That’s like calling airplanes flying toothpaste tubes. They are craft, ships, vehicles.


Perhaps a more debatable term would be “cattle mutilation.” In this instance I offer these suggestions: “animal” not “cattle” as the phenomenon is not limited to cattle, and “harvesting” not “mutilation” as the evidence clearly points to the acquisition of certain tissues. Thus, “animal harvesting.” On the other hand animal rights activists would certainly assert animals are mutilated when carved up for food. Nevertheless, “mutilation” does not address the purposeful nature of the event.


As for “crop circles?” Harmless, perhaps, but certainly not accurate. I lean toward “agriglyphs.”


Does this matter? Yes. All propaganda is built upon language one way or another. The propagandists look for weakness in the used lexicon and/or create their own lexicon to serve their purpose. Don’t play their game. Use language which most reflects the truth as discovered.

 

Update on the Bentwaters UFO Case

 

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