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Exposing U.S. Government Policies On Extraterrestrial Life: The Challenge Of Exopolitics (English Edition) Kindle-editie
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Numerous reliable officials suggest that the US military was both perplexed and partly outmaneuvered by advanced, intelligent aliens during the first decade after Roswell. Salla's early chapters show how alien-related programs went deep black and soon became a security and constitutional nightmare. Initially, President Truman had direct control over alien-related programs, but when Eisenhower allowed Nelson Rockefeller to re-design his executive department in 1953, Rockefeller removed Eisenhower and subsequent presidents from active management of such programs. Eisenhower felt betrayed, and since 1953, crimes committed in alien-related programs have become a threat to both the US Constitution and human global security.
This book shows how the CIA Act of 1949 is used to funnel up to a trillion dollars annually into alien-related programs by allowing the CIA to secretly use funds from other agencies without regard to laws about their usage. Salla looks at the evidence for new, sometimes disturbing subjects like reported secret government agreements with extraterrestrials and human rights abuses at US government bases where whistleblowers say e.t.'s are allowed as part of joint programs (in which humans sometimes don't appear to have the upper hand). Worse yet, corruption and racketeering in alien-related government programs has resulted in disinformation and back-stabbing by CIA and other compromised personnae--all intended to confuse the public, for highly questionable reasons. Salla shows how some critics of Eisenhower National Security staff member Col. Philip Corso have crossed the line, going from critics to questionably-motivated debunkers.
Salla says "the power politics strategy that has dominated the extraterrestiral management system has laid the foundation for a devastating breakdown in the way the extraterrestrial presence is managed." In other words, human officials are way over their heads when dealing with extraterrestrials, who, can offer advanced technology to corrupt human officials in order to manipulate them and thwart public awareness of the many risks involved. What risks? Weapons technology, advanced spaceflight and energy technology, and more. The question, of course, is the alien agenda in all of this.
Both of Salla's exopolitics books, to date, break new ground by looking at very real, sometimes shocking developments in secret government programs that will play a major role in the technology and the politics of the human future. We're entering what may be the most important phase in all of human history---the tipping point in public awareness about aliens. However, readers must think for themselves and must carefully consider both the science and the credibility of the many sources who write on alien-related subjects.