Dr. Steven Greer offered a wry smile when told he was being interviewed on World UFO Day on July 2.
“There are two things going on,” Greer said from his home in Virginia. “There is the silly season of the UFO subject , which is 90-plus percent of it, and there are the very important operations that are going on. The silly stuff gets all the attention because it's silly.”
Greer has said he’s been involved in the serious business of providing information about UFOs to at least two U.S. presidents since 1993.
So he had an insider’s perspective in June when President Trump announced he wanted to create a Space Force that would be a new branch of the military.
Greer said: “In a sense what he's calling for is acknowledging something that has existed in an unacknowledged special access project, black project, that has been operational in one form or another since the mid-to-late ‘60s.”
“I have a man who is a very top secret technology management office whistleblower from the Pentagon who has acknowledged to me that we have operational systems on satellites in space that can track and target and destroy any object in space, and those have been fully operational for many years.”
Greer’s efforts to gain disclosure about this secretive topic can be explored on the Web page siriusdisclosure.com, on a similar page on Youtube, and by watching the documentary “Unacknowledged” on Netflix, Amazon or YouTube.
Greer didn’t fault Trump for not knowing about secretive projects conducted for more than 50 years, referring to the White House as a bubble into which information or disinformation is funneled.
“This is what we've discovered is the unacknowledged extra access projects are run off the books in an extra-constitutional way, and the leaders in Congress and in the presidency rarely have full access, never mind control, over those projects. This is something that needs correcting as soon as possible.”
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