|Letter from M. W.|
|Saturday, 01 November 2008 06:00|
You said in your victory speech that you are going to be a president for ALL of us, and I am a member of a large, misunderstood, albeit sometimes media-shy group of folks out here who want to see if you are serious about REAL change. I've never donned a tinfoil hat or been to a UFO convention, but I implore you to have someone on your staff spend two hours and watch the 'Disclosure Project', which can either be seen in the form of the 2001 National Press Club meeting on Youtube or on DVD which contains much more in-depth interviews of ex-military officers and intelligence types.
Other world governments, like our friends the British, are way ahead of us in releasing information gathered by the military to it's citizens about what's really going on in the skies above us everyday. If you are indeed going to keep your word, sir, that you will listen to ALL of us, then I ask that have the vision to see the need for transparency in our government, except of course in the case of national security.
We have grown up as a nation, as is evident from your victory and I feel that we the people are quite capable of handling the TRUTH, whatever that may be, but if what all of the military men have been trying to tell us is indeed true, and why wouldn't it be, then there is a LOT going on over and around many of our nations military bases, and we all deserve to know about it.
There is loads and loads of real, actual evidence like radar tapes and printouts and official government documents that when looked at as a whole, is quite frankly, overwhelming. I wish you the best of luck and with God's help, we can make this a better and more open country. Thank you for listening to me and hopefully, taking this matter seriously.
As you may or may not know, President Clinton tried, without success, to find out the truth of the unidentified flying objects that our military has had so many contacts with over the years. He was told, in no uncertain terms, that he did not have a need-to-know. I hope you fare better.