Thursday, January 16, 2014

UFO Disclosure in Canada!

Breaking!!! UFO Alien Disclosure By Canadian Minister of Defence
Aliens are already living among us: former Canadian defence minister says so
Asian Tribune
Sunday, 12 January 2014
It seems to be fairly coincidental that a pilot of a British Airways A32O airbus reporting a close encounter with a UFO – Unidentified Flying Object – near Heathrow Airport, the world’s busiest airport, during the day and the disclosure of a fact by a former Canadian defence minister that aliens are already among us, this week , through two different channels.
The pilot had reported that he took evasive action when the UFO started heading towards the jet at 34000 ft, just 20 miles away from Heathrow Airport – and then slipped past the passenger jet just a few feet away. He had been convinced by then that the alien craft was going to crash into his jet; he described the UFO as something in the shape of a rugby ball with a metallic exterior.

An official investigation, which had been launched into the incident, never questioned the rationale of the complaint of the pilot. Having analysed the radar data – both civilian and military - and ruling out the possibility of the presence of weather balloons at such a height, the incident of this nature is often classified as unexplained by the authorities until, of course, a similar one grabs headlines.

The story got another kink this week when Paul Hellyer, 90, the former defence minister of Canada, went to an extraordinary length by defying the accepted military taboo to declare that the alien are already working for us, in an interview with the RT, the Russian TV channel. He says it is as true as an aircraft flying over us.
According to Mr Hellyer, there are about 80 alien species living among us, a fascinating fact, which makes us looking around to spot them in a crowd out of curiosity, even if the individual in question feels uneasy owing to simultaneous stares from many corners. Mr Hellyer sheds some light on the nature of these beings: they can be short greys, the tall whites and the Nordic blondes, Mr Hellyer says.
There is a rapid increase in the reported sightings of UFO in recent months, both by UFO enthusiasts and ordinary folks. In that context, the claim by somebody that aliens are visiting our battered planet does not sound strange. When the person in question, however, happened to be the former Canadian Defence Minister – a former leading figure in the NATO - the news is never short of the ingredients to arouse shock and awe among the ordinary people.
Mr Hellyer went on to say that aliens are mostly benign and want to help us get out of our miseries. Some are mischievous, though, warned the former military man. Mr Hellyer explains why the aliens do not want to share high technology with us: because, we are destroying our planet with what we already have – pollution and the thermonuclear bombs.
The interview reached its climax, when Mr Hellyer quite boldly claimed that some aliens are already working for the US military in Nevada. Then, in the same breath, he said that recently two female aliens visited a supermarket in Las Vegas incognito as nuns. Mr Hellyer says the two aliens got away with their stunt.
When asked about his own personal experience with the aliens, he described how he and his wife spotted a UFO in the Canadian skies while living in a cottage near Toronto. He said that the same UFO appeared on two successive days for well over 20 minutes, before disappearing at, what he termed as, astonishing speed.
There was some consolation for the concerned earthlings, though. Mr Hellyer is convinced that aliens are fully aware that this is our planet and we have every right to decide how to run it; they are not hell bent on interfering with that mechanism. If, however, we ask for help, the aliens are more than willing to help us to alleviate our troubles.
The interview of Paul Hellyer with RT comes at a time when the enthusiasm for the UFO is growing much faster than any time before. The progress made in technology, the internet and social networks have been playing a major role in the phenomenon, while making the lives of sceptics a bit more uneasy, often the scientists.
In this case, it is somewhat unfair, though. The scientists have not completely ruled out the presence of UFO as fantasy. On the contrary, they are as keen as the UFO enthusiasts to establish the facts, before taking a stand on the issue.
SETI – Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence – is a project that has been launched for the same purpose. The project is analysing the signals collected by very sophisticated equipment to check whether they have originated from places outside our solar system. A few months ago, the scientists who work on the project admitted the arrival of a mysterious signal which cannot be accounted for. It is currently under intense investigation.
Meanwhile, the cryptic messages left behind in the crop circle formations are still baffling both the scientists and the laymen alike. In addition, there are well-authenticated stories about alien abductions. Mr Hellyer also referred to some abductions carried out by the aliens – to a moon of the Saturn by the process of teleportation.
Ancient Aliens, the popular television programme by History Channel, is also stirring up the constructive role played by the aliens in the quantum leaps of our technological progress over the centuries, with which Mr Hellyer fully agrees.
The appearance of strange human beings among crowds in time travel photographs and videos, while defying the period they used to live in, adds a new twist to fact that the aliens are already among us. The frame, in which a woman talking on what appears to be a mobile device in one of Charlie Chaplin movies, for instance, is quite intriguing, as the possibility of it being tampered with is very low.
Surprisingly, Mr Hellyer’s opinion has not been ridiculed or challenged by any famous figure – military or scientific – so far. His bold move, on the other hand, may be an impetus for those who are in the similar situation owing to their past careers to come forward without hesitation to make their claims without fear.
Until then, we, the ordinary folks, have to be on the lookout for the aliens in our midst among us, just to appease our curiosity. In silent hours, I began to wonder how to resist the temptation to thoroughly scan a leggy Nordic Blonde, while elevating a random glance into a full-blown stare, next time when one of them walks past me – just to check any sign of alien chemistry in her persona.

Former Canadian defence minister claims aliens refuse to share technology because of Earth’s wars, pollution

January 6, 2014
Paul Hellyer: Aliens would share technology if earth stopped wars

Former Canadian defence minister Paul Hellyer, the so-called highest-ranked alien believer on Earth, says that extraterrestrials live among us and they refuse to share their advanced technology due to wars and pollution.
Hellyer, who was a Liberal defence minister from 1963 to 1967 under prime minister Lester B. Pearson, went public with his belief in aliens on earth in 2005.
Hellyer, 90, told Russia Today last week that he believes there are 80 different species of extraterrestrials, some of whom “look just like us and they could walk down the street and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one.
“I would say that nearly all are benign and benevolent and they do want to help us, there may be one or two species which do not.”
Hellyer described a cosmos similar to that of Star Trek and says that there is a “federation” of aliens that has a rule to not interfere in our affairs — the same as Trek’s “prime directive.”
“They don’t think we are good stewards of our planet, we’re clear cutting our forests, we’re polluting our rivers and our lakes, and we’re dumping sewage in the oceans, and we’re doing all sorts of things which are not what good stewards of their homes should be doing,” he said.
Paul Hellyer defends aliens after Stephen Hawking’s warning
Stephen Hawking’s warnings of an alien invasion have prompted a vigorous defence of extraterrestrials by their most prominent Canadian fan.
Peter Rakobowchuk
The Canadian Press
Published on Mon. May 03 2010
MONTREAL—Stephen Hawking’s warnings of an alien invasion have prompted a vigorous defence of extraterrestrials by their most prominent Canadian fan.
Former federal defence minister Paul Hellyer, 86, believes not only that aliens have visited Earth but also that they have contributed greatly to human technological advances.
So he can’t quite understand why the world renowned astrophysicist views them with such trepidation; Hawking recently warned that malevolent aliens could lead to the destruction of humanity.
The longtime cabinet minister accuses Hawking of spreading misinformation about extraterrestrials.
“I think he’s indulging in some pretty scary talk there that I would have hoped would not come from someone with such an established stature,” Hellyer said in an interview.
“I think it’s really sad that a scientist of his repute would contribute to what I would consider more misinformation about a vast and very important subject.”
Hawking speculates in a new documentary that most extraterrestrial life will be similar to microbes, or small animals — but he adds that advanced life forms may be “nomads, looking to conquer and colonize” new planets.
Hellyer served in the Liberal cabinets of Louis St. Laurent, Lester Pearson and Pierre Trudeau, later crossed the floor to the Conservative party, and eventually returned to the Liberals.
Hellyer, who ran for the Liberal party leadership in 1968, has been speaking out publicly about “the star visitors” for years. His most recent speech was in Washington in April 2009.
He dismisses a suggestion that some people might find his views a little hard to believe.
“The reality is that they’ve (aliens) been visiting Earth for decades and probably millennia and have contributed considerably to our knowledge,” Hellyer said.
He says earthlings owe a lot to their alien friends. Even that computer screen on your desk, he says, can trace its origins to spaceships.
“Microchips, for example, fiber-optics, they are just two of the many things that allegedly — and probably for real — came from crashed vehicles,” Hellyer said.

Hellyer admits that when he was defence minister, he never got any briefings on UFOs from the military. He says he got reports of sightings, and that some of them could not be explained.
His interest in aliens goes back at least as far as 1967, Canada’s centennial year.
That’s the year Hellyer went to St. Paul, Alta., to officially inaugurate the world’s first flying saucer landing pad which was built by the locals to celebrate the centennial.
The town continues to get about 5,000 visitors a year, with more than half making a pilgrimage to the landing pad.
Liberal Senator Colin Kenny was approached by Hellyer in late 2005 and asked to hold public hearings on Canadian exopolitics. That’s the politics of how to deal with extraterrestrial contact.
Kenny, who chaired the Senate defence committee, remembers the meeting well.
“I liked Paul, I worked for him in the leadership race in 1968, and when he called me up to see me I was pleased to see him and we reminisced for a while,” Kenny recalls.
“Then, wow! Out of the blue, he starts talking about extraterrestrials and how they’re everywhere and they have these immense powers.”
Kenny says his opinion about aliens hasn’t changed since that meeting five years ago: “I think it’s for the birds.”
“I’m certainly not going to waste any of my time on the extraterrestrial business,” Kenny said.
A past president of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada agrees there might be UFOs out there, but he’s a little more hesitant about aliens. He takes Hawking’s warning with a grain of salt.
“I think it’s an opinion more than anything,” Randy Attwood said.
“I think he may be throwing the ball out into the field, just to try to get people to actually start talking about this.”
Attwood says data gathered during the exploration of Mars by unmanned spacecraft give some credence to Hawking, who is an honorary member of the astronomical society.
“All things are pointing now to life on Mars in the past, possibly when its orbit was different,” he said. “It had an atmosphere, it was warmer, there was running water.”
“So it’s quite possible that life was in fact there — not Martian wilder beasts or anything like that — but multiple-cell organisms.”
Attwood says given that one of Earth’s closest neighbours potentially had life, it’s quite possible that life, in fact, exists elsewhere in the universe.
“Whether it’s single-celled or multiple-cell, or beings that are actually travelling through space, we don’t know,” he said.


Also See:
UFO Files - Out of This World!
01 October 2010
We Are Not Alone!
01 May 2010
The Disclosure Project - What the Government Doesn't Want YOU to Know!
02 January 2008
Alien Contact - Hard to Dispute!
27 July 2013