Friday 14 November 2014

ET Disclosure- Make it Rain!

The Congressional Hearing Initiative has begun. For many years now Stephen Bassett, the executive director of the Paradigm Research Group, has been campaigning to persuade the government of the USA to disclose all the information it has about UFO's and aliens, which is an incredible amount. Last year, from April the 29th to May the 3rd at the National Press Club in Washington DC, he hosted the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure. This was a private reproduction of a US Congressional hearing with six real former congressmen and over forty witnesses. The subject was UFO's and ET's; see background links below for more details. The event was an unequivocal success and the next step is twofold: petition the United Nations for a world discussion on ET Disclosure and also push for an official US Congressional investigation into UFO's, the first one since 1968. To achieve the latter Steve has sent a DVD copy of the recording of the Citizen Hearing to every single member of the US House of Representatives and the Senate. He has then called for all of us to "make it rain!" This means we should email, fax, Tweet and text all the recipients of that recording to check that they've watched it and to get them to act on it. If you're American you can write to your own congressman and senator; if not then you can still Twitterstorm them. This mass communication must last for at least a month, but the first ten days are the most crucial; from November the 5th to the 15th. Instructions on how to take part in this are here: I'm not American so I can't email anybody in Congress, but I have been sending them Tweets. This takes a long time because there are four hundred and thirty five representatives and a hundred senators. Twitter has a spam filter to prevent you sending too many Tweets at once; but stick with it. As regular HPANWO-readers will know, I feel very split over whether Steve's mission is practically feasible. Can the authorities really reveal willingly a secret of such enormous proportions, and even bigger implications? A part of me doubts it, but I find the possibility irresistible. It's definitely worth a try and I support what Steve's doing completely. Keep an eye on the HPANWO Radio blog too because Stephen Bassett will be my guest on the HPANWO Show on Critical Mass Radio on the 25th of November. On the 12th of November, The Week reported on ET Disclosure. It doesn't actually refer to the Congressional Hearing Initiative, but it must have been inspired by it. The tone and content of the article are both extremely unprofessional and obtuse. I'd like to see the look on their face when the CHI works! See:
See here for Stephen Bassett's new interview on HPANWO Radio: (coming soon)

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