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FTR-68 The Aliens Are STILL Not Among Us

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In addition to a discussion of the proposed development of human cloning by the “Raelians,” an “Alien-Contactee” cult with alarming fascistic overtones, this broadcast sets forth the ultra right-wing and fascist associations of Lt. Col. Philip Corso, a retired U.S. Army Colonel and aid to Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina (the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.) Thurmond has written the introduction to a book by Corso (The Day After Roswell), in which Corso alleges that the U.S. government has been in contact with “space aliens” and that he was personally involved with developing “alien technology” and distributing it to the U.S. military and industrial communities. In the past, Corso has also claimed that Lee Harvey Oswald was a communist who killed President Kennedy. One of the most important elements of this program concerns a pivotally important article in the July 1997 issue of Popular Mechanics. Accessing information obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, the article develops the thesis that the Roswell Incident actually occurred, but that the flying device that crashed there was not of extra-terrestrial origin. One of the most celebrated of the UFO incidents, the Roswell episode was probably sparked by the crash of a prototypical flying device being developed by the U.S. using captured German and/or Japanese technology obtained under “Project Paperclip.” Project Paperclip was an American program that imported Axis nations’ military technology and scientists for the purposes of utilizing them for the U.S. (The best known outgrowth of this program was the importation of the Nazi rocket scientists, such as SS officer Werner von Braun, to work for the U.S. space exploration program.)


One comment for “FTR-68 The Aliens Are STILL Not Among Us”

  1. Swastika Rehabilitation Week, compliments of the Raelians:

    Los Angeles Times
    Swastika banner flies over Coney Island; beach-goers complain

    July 14, 2014, 9:21 AM

    A small plane carrying a banner of a swastika, flew above Coney Island beaches over the weekend as part of an annual effort by the International Raelian Movement to resurrect it as a symbol for good instead of its hated representation of Nazi racism and fascism.

    The effort by the Raelian group sparked the expected outrage and was viewed by many as more of an example of hate than peace.

    “It’s a very chilling image, in light of the fact that southern Brooklyn has the largest remaining number of World War II and Holocaust survivors,” Councilman Mark Treyger (D-Brooklyn) said.. He told the Daily News that he had received several complaints over the aerial display. “There is no place for this in New York City.

    According to its website, the Raelian Movement believes that scientists came to Earth and “created all forms of life, including human beings, whom they created in their own image.” The extraterrestrials picked a messenger, Rael — born Claude Vorilhon on Sept. 30, 1946 in France — to prepare the way for the arrival of the scientists from outer space.

    The Raelian Movement every year tries to remind people that before the Nazis, the swastika — a peace sign and a Star of David — was an ancient symbol of well-being to Hindus and Buddhists, among others. This year the group expanded its demonstrations to a week from a single day.

    “We decided we need an entire week to really get the word out,” Raelian Guide Thomas Kaenzig said in a post on the group’s website..

    “Swastika Rehabilitation Week” began on July 5, and we’ve already held events in about 20 cities in Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe and South America.”

    Canada’s largest billboard company rejected the group’s order for a large sign it wanted to display in that country, Kaenzig said. The group is not anti-Semitic, spokesman Kaenzig told the Wall Street Journal. “We’re here to educate people, not offend people.”

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | July 14, 2014, 9:03 am

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