Why now? Think about this for a second. Why now? After 70-years of deceit, lies, cover ups, denials, why now? Why is it now important for us to know about UFOs, errr UAP, and the implications this may have on us? Watching government officials such as Senators Marco Rubio and Mark Warner discuss this emphatically like we need to know what’s going on is almost laughable. Look, I’m not saying the topic shouldn’t come out. As a contactee and experiencer of this strange phenomenon I definitely 100% want to know what’s happened to me and why? All experiencers deserve the answers. But not a single journalist or researcher has asked the question, ‘Why now?’ It’s an important question to ask. Why is this all of the sudden a hot button topic? Why all of the sudden is the American taxpayer seeing their dollars being allotted for studies on the UAP phenomenon? Why is there now a public UAP task force? What is the purpose? What happened? Did the aliens use the red phone and contact the President’s personal hotline and say by such and such a date we’re going to make ourselves known? These are questions that need to be asked. Look don’t give me that this is all because of Tom DeLonge setting up the TTSA. That’s not it. That’s way down the totem pole of belief. When things like this happen, there are some very heavy hitters pulling on the puppet stings of humankind to bring us into a new reality. Does this mean there are aliens on the moon? Does this mean there’s a mother ship parked off of earth somewhere? Does this mean officials have seen and been told things are about to hit the fan? This is where strong, Walter Cronkite type of journalism needs to come into play here. Unfortunately, we’re not getting to see it because too many journalists see this topic as far too risqué to go down the rabbit hole for the strange adventure. But we need to know, why now?
In these fields of research, everyone has an opinion, and we all think our opinions are what’s right and others who differ have got it all wrong. This is no different in what we’re seeing in the UFO world, paranormal world, and the cryptid world. Whether we want to believe it, there’s a giant difference between business and friendship. We’ve lost that in many of these fields, where we are judging and pre-judging people on their work and going after them on a personal level. I know I’ve been accused of it, but that’s not the case at all. For instance, if I’m pointing out that someone isn’t a journalist and has never been a journalist, yet their profile bio states they are a ‘UFO journalist’ or ‘investigative journalist’, then I’m going to point that out. No one should lie about their credentials. However, that doesn’t mean that I am personally attacking them. For all intents and purposes, the person is probably a really nice person and doesn’t understand fully the implications of their actions. We always have to strive to give someone the benefit of the doubt. Outside of that, it’s just mean. Plain old mean. Add in social media, and those attacks can actually hurt someone. But for many of these online trolls and goblins the attacks don’t stop. They get off on the reaction that others have, whether it’s in agreeance or an attack back by the supporters of the attacked person. It’s tiresome, and really, it holds the field back. We have to learn to draw the line between being critical of a person’s work and making personal attacks. It makes us all look foolish. We’ve all done it. Myself included. But we have to strive to be better and unite our communities. People are watching.