Hon. Paul Hellyer gives a 25 minute speech at the U.S. Government Citizens hearings on disclosure, wherein he asserts that, “UFO’s are as real as the airplanes flying overhead.”
Hellyer details knowledge about a few UFO cases, stating that he is, “No ufologist,” but a politician.
Here are a few statements that stood out from this speech.
“My interest is in full disclosure…but, just as children survive the idea of the tooth fairy and santa claus when they become adult, I think the tax paying citizens are quite capable of accepting the new and broader reality that we live in a cosmos teaming with life of various sorts. The fact that some other civilizations are more advanced than we are may be humbling. But, that could be a necessary step in our survival. The world is an unholy mess. We have until… the end of the decade to arrest global warming.”
The new Maunder minimum may arrest “global warming” for us. A better question would be, will we stop polluting our environment before we reach the point where it can no longer supports life? He continues:
“Yet our leaders don’t even talk about it very much, except in superficial way. They appear to be more interested in starting wars to control more oil, and in effect prolong the gravity of the effect. Of course, even if they took the problem seriously, they wouldn’t have the finances to transition from oil to the clean energy, because we have an infinitely silly banking and financial system in the Western world..” [He partially blames Congress]
“We need the technology for clean energy. It exists and it’s being kept secret by the same vested interests who control our destiny. Who are these vested interests and what are they up to?”
He calls the “vested interests” a “cabal with three sisters“, that includes The Council on Foreign Relations, The Bilderburgers and the Trilateral Commission.
Hellyer also names the International banking cartel, the oil cartel, etc.., “Who together have become a shadow government… of much of the Western world.”
He refers to 911, the war in Iraq and continued wars today, etc., and sites passages from his book. Then, 22 minutes in, Hellyer says:
So, here we are a decade later fighting another war that can’t be won… the only hope of peace is a negotiated settlement. This will require a paradigm shift in American attitudes. It involves a de-facto renunciation for the plan of a renewable American energy and an adoption of the pledge to cooperate with all humankind to build the kind of world which we are collectively capable of.. We have to live in harmony with our celestial neighbors, as well as seeking peace on Earth.