Open Letter to President Elect Obama
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Dear President Elect Obama,
Your campaign was based on a simple, but profound promise
- change. There is one important aspect of the current
bureaucracy in Washington, D.C., that desperately needs to
change - UFO secrecy.
As president elect you have most likely been briefed on
the more than 240 alien incursions of the
restricted/prohibited airspace over Washington, D.C., that
have transpired since 1948. Pentagon intelligence officers
may have also briefed you on the failed military
intercepts that occurred in this same period.
Some of these hostile intercepts proved fatal to our
veteran, combat pilots - a tragic waste of life. However,
the attempted military intercepts in 1948, 1952, 2002,
etc. are what directly led to the current political stance
on this subject - total silence.
Despite the fact that hundreds of people have seen and or
photographed non-terrestrial, exotic aerospace craft
passing over sensitive areas of Washington, D.C., we are
told that officially nothing unusual is going on.
This situation has got to change. However, I am certain
that your transition team leaders, specifically John
Podesta, will urge you not to address this issue publicly.
You see, in 2005, soon after I broke the story
internationally of UFOs being photographed over the
Capitol, I spoke at length with Mr. Podesta's public
relations firm in D.C. because they had issued press
releases regarding their desire to end UFO secrecy.
Therefore, it seemed like a good idea to contact them
because I was looking for a public official to address the
UFO situation in D.C. on the record.
However, I was told by Podesta's people that despite the
fact that most of these violation of U.S. airspace by UFOs
were witnessed by credible citizens of D.C. and or seen or
radar scopes, and or photographed, no one holding
political or public office would be willing to officially
address the issue.
The reason for the official silence was actually quite
simple. No one really knew what to do about it. More
importantly, if an elected official were to officially
admit anything publicly regarding the ongoing UFO
incursions of U.S. airspace... that individual (and
perhaps their federal agency) would be held personally
responsible by the public to deal with the problem.
During your campaign, you stated your willingness to have
a dialogue with all world leaders regardless of their
political views. Are you also willing to engage in an
open, diplomatic dialogue with the occupants of the
unidentified aerospace craft visiting Washington, D.C.? If
not, why not?
As reported in my book "Close Encounters on Capitol Hill,"
according to NATO's classified UFO threat assessment in
the 1960s, many of the occupants of these exotic space
craft are in fact human and that the others species
were various types of intelligent humanoids.
More importantly, NATO concluded that these
interplanetary people did not pose a direct threat to
our national or international security. If that is true,
then why should we continue to deny the existence of
human beings from other worlds and refuse to engage
them in open, diplomatic debate?
In closing, I would like to make it crystal clear that
this is an ongoing situation that will not go away simply
by ignoring or denying it exists. Exotic, non-terrestrial
spacecraft have historically been sighted and or
photographed all over the world. But, they are extremely
interested in Washington, D.C.
To illustrate my point, listed below are some of the most
recent eyewitness accounts and photographs from our
Respectfully, Robert M. Stanley